The first major blockbuster of the summer season… and the first major disappointment
Or, you don’t need hundreds of millions of dollars to make a decent film.
Popular property fetches large price tag.
Summer actioner gets second go, according to Paramount boss
The biggest money grab since the gold rush.
Despite a level of notoriety gained from his work on the Resident Evil and Alien vs. Predator franchises, English director Paul WS Anderson’s third feature is arguably still his most satisfying.
Peter Weir’s deconstruction of televisual voyeurism is one of those rare Hollywood products; an intelligent but accessible movie, that feels as fresh today as when it debuted ten years ago.
Veteran end-of-the-week pub trip survivor Michael O’Connor is here to keep you occupied midway through the excitement of Friday, with a round-up of the week’s major headlines.
Paramount Pictures has denied that Stephen Sommers, the director of the upcoming GI Joe adaptation, has been fired from the production.
Paramount Pictures, according to Variety, has snapped up Marc Forster, the director of the just released Quantum Of Solace, to helm a big-screen adaptation of Max Brooks’s novel World War Z. J Michael Straczynski is penning the screenplay with Brad Pitt’s Plan B producing. The novel tells the story of a zombie apocalypse from the … Continued
Monkey-man Mutt be damned! Despite the poor critical reception Steven Spielberg’s Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull received, it has motored on home to a worldwide gross of over $700 million. Breaking the $300 million barrier domestically last week on top of a pretty healthy $400 million in overseas receipts, Harrison Ford’s return as Indiana Jones … Continued
In one of the more bizarre adaptation decisions of recent times, JJ Abrams will be producing a silver screen version of a New York Times article, describing a luxury home on Fifth Avenue in New York. The house in question, which actually exists, was built for the children of Steven Klinsky and Maureen Shelly as … Continued