The Blob is back (again). Get ready to fear this slowly moving, gelatinous villain! We cannot wait.
There is a plague of remakes sweeping across the land right now. While some remakes are decent or worthwhile, a lot of them are pointless at best and travesties at worst. And a lot of them are clearly terrible ideas. Here are 10 movie remakes we are overjoyed never got made.
Explorers, the little known film by Joe Dante about a couple of kids who build a spaceship, is getting a full-fledged reboot, thus creating the first remake from our childhood that we're really indifferent towards.
The more we hear about the Rosemary's Baby miniseries remake, the more excited we get. And now that Zoe Saldana has been cast in the lead, we're hooked. Just look at that talent behind this 4-hour feature.
The trend of horror television will not stop — hooray! Entertainment Weekly reports that the classic 1968 movie Rosemary's Baby is getting a rebooted as a four-hour, miniseries on NBC.
Babies are scary. Yeah, okay, they're cute when they're not crying, and they smell nice as long as their diapers aren't full. But overall, they're squawking little beasts who grow like parasites inside women, before bursting out covered in blood.
Here's the first clip from the Fright Night remake. Looks like Colin Farrell has channeled the 80s cheese from the original flick into an even more aggressive vampire villain who loves to ladle on the TMI.
Over a month ago Arnold Schwarzenegger announced that he was ready to start acting again. And now Hollywood has come a calling with a remake, reboot or some sort of spin-off of every great action movie he's ever been in.
Glee's Halloween episode, in which the Gleeks do Rocky Horror Picture Show, has sparked a lot of press attention. And now it turns out the show's creator, Ryan Murphy, is actually in talks to remake the movie.
The Expendables is big loud action movie in which Naugahyde-hewn war gods turn junta lackeys into goulash for the better half of 103 minutes. It's screamingly ordinary, but the mass nostalgia it hawks is a genre cinema paradigm.
Brace yourselves for sexy parties from a spandex-clad dystopian future, because Warner Brothers' Logan's Run movie may actually see the light of day! Beloved commercial and short film creator Carl Rinsch is in talks to direct the futuristic remake.
Paul Greengrass is no longer tied to Fox's 3D reboot of the Fantastic Voyage. Some speculate that this is because producers James Cameron and Jon Landau were never really in love with Greengrass shaky cam style. Neither were we. [Deadline]
Last week we found out that Godzilla was prepping for a full reboot, coming out in 2012. Could this possibly be his brand new face?
The screenwriters who penned Robert Rodriguez's upcoming Predators have been hired to write a new Masters of the Universe script. I'm sorry, Hollywood. You can remake MotU, but you'll never replace Dolph Lundgren. My He-Man killed Apollo Creed.
High School Musical dreamboat Zac Efron is rumored to play spacefaring hero/Freddie Mercury muse Flash Gordon. Could this all be just a disinformation campaign by Ming the Merciless?
With Disney refurbishing Tron, The Black Hole, and Flight of the Navigator, it's obvious the Mouse House is mining its past for modern greenbacks. What Disney properties deserve an update? And no, we don't mean Hall of Presidents: The Movie.
Craig Gillespie (Lars and the Real Girl) is the new rumored director of the Fright Night reboot. So Who's going to sing "Good Man in a Bad Time" by Ian Hunter, in the club seduction scene? [LA Times Blog]
Now this truly is a bogus journey. Three iconic 1980s films are being dug out of the graveyard of Hollywood ideas, and dusted off for another go. One of these has got to be a joke, but which?
Apparently people never quite learned that "dead is better," because Stephen King's Pet Sematary is being brought back to life, with a remake. Let's just hope the remake, from the writer of 1408, doesn't put little Gage in 3-D.
Director and screenwriter Stephen Norrington speculates that the final draft for his new Crow film will be done this month, which means filming can begin this summer. Commence mascara-streaked crying, Crow purists. [Mania]