Warner Bros.' long-gestating Twilight Zone movie is back in development now that they've realized the cruelest twist of fate would be to actually make this thing. The studio is reportedly in talks with style-over-substance expert Joseph Kosinski--director of TRON: Legacy and more recently Oblivion--to now take the director's chair on their revival meant to, aptly, only serve as a hollow representation of the television series it's based on. While the 1983 Twilight Zone movie was at least an anthology in the vein of its inspiration, the film is said to focus only on one story but "with elements from the Twilight Zone universe." Only time will tell if they can keep such a lofty, purist promise.
Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, unofficial curators of Time-Life's Legally-Troubled Eccentrics and Outcasts, are adding another big-name weirdo to their collection. The writers who penned such real-life oddball stories as Ed Wood, The People vs. Larry Flynt, Man on the M... / Continue →
Looks like the director of Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire is adding another superfluously lengthy title to his filmography. In response to Warner Bros. and The Weinstein Company's dispute over name right to "The Butler," the MPAA's title registration bureau las... / Continue →
Apparently content with how fleshed out and rubber-coated they got Superman with Man of Steel, Warner Bros. and [visionary] director Zack Snyder have revealed that for the sequel they'll be tossing in even more parent mourning with the addition of Batman.... / Continue →