Well, looks like it actually happening. Those madmen at Warner Bros. are going to try to adapt another manga as a live-action movie. The Akira live-action adaptation was actually long in development hell, but now WB has set a date for the film: May 21, 2021. Director Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok) has said he wanted … Continue reading Neo-Tokyo Is About To Explode Again In 2021 With The ‘Akira’ Live-Action Movie
For fear, that star Jim Carry might get horrible back issues of carrying an entire film on his shoulders, Sonic the Hedgehog director confirms the movie is now pushed back to February 14, 2020
Todd McFarlane isn't one to compromise on his vision. So much so that he's willing to walk away from his directorial debut on Spawn if the powers that be can't agree on a script.
Mark and Brian Gunn, screenwriters of the superhero horror film Brightburn, gave an interview to The Beat recently where they were asked what they're working on next and while they didn't give many details, they did reveal a little. “Among other things, we’re working on sort of a DC/Vertigo adaptation for New Line that we … Continue reading Brightburn Screenwriters Adapting A DC/Vertigo Story For New Line
After three other attempts will this fourth film be the charm for the franchise?
The soundtrack for the film by Bear McCreary is literally a love-letter to the music of Akira Ifukube.
Like Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Star Wars: The Last Jedi before it, Vanity Fair has coverage of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker shot by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz. Along with many behind the scenes photographs, there are smatterings of information about the final chapter of the Skywalker Saga in the numerous articles … Continue reading Vanity Fair Covers ‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’