Finally giving us a Searching for Bobby Fischer for the digital age, when it's easier to care about a computer screen than some dumb kid, Disney is reportedly developing a film about the 1996 chess match between grandmaster Gary Kasparov and IBM computer Deep Blue. Deadline reports the studio has bough the rights to Matthew Charman's play on the subject--The Machine--and he's adapting his work himself for the big screen. Spoiler alert: though he'd later lose to an upgraded version of the system, Kasparov won the first set of matches, guaranteeing man's freedom from computer reign so long as the decision-making computers would later get to celebrate their accomplishment with a film of their choosing. And here we are now.
Jerry Bruckheimer is sassy and single again! Bruck and longtime beau Walt Disney have confirmed that they've ended their longtime relationship, putting the mega-prod back on the market! Despite the disappointment caused by their recent miscarriage, The Lone Ranger, the former c... / Continue →
As has already been noted today, 2015 is packed with enough big franchise titles that we may never need make another non-sequel again. But one title we now won't be seeing is a Johnny Depp Pirate. Previously scheduled for a July 10 release of that year, Pirates of the Caribbean... / Continue →
Like most things writer Damon Lindelof gets involved with, Tomorrowland has been surrounded by secrecy and clues that you're right to worry won't pay off, even with Brad Bird directing. All we've learned about the film so far has come from this box of old Disney-themed stuff, w... / Continue →