March 22, 2007
Jet Li IS "The Mummy," We Think
It's official: Jet Li has signed on to play a villain in Universal's second sequel to "The Mummy." And no, there's still no word on whether or not Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz are coming back.
February 20, 2007
"Mummy 3" Plot and Casting News
While we waited and wondered if Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz would be returning to star in Rob Cohen's "The Mummy 3" -- someone out there was writing a screenplay about their kid! Yep, that goofy little tot from "The Mummy Returns" has grown up, and it looks like he just landed his very own sequel.
January 10, 2007
New Writers (& Director) for "The Mummy 3"
Yep, looks like Universal is finally about to get off its butt and make a third "Mummy" movie. Though not signed yet, Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz are expected to return. And wait till you see who they got to writer and direct the sequel!
September 20, 2006
"Smallville" Escapee to Star in "Resident Evil 4"?
The third "Resident Evil" flick is still under production, but that won't stop the casting rumors on "Resident Evil 4: Afterlife" from pouring in. Let's just say that those who've watched "Dark Angel," "Smallville," and "Supernatural" might enjoy this news.
August 29, 2006
Get Ready for "The Sarah Connor Chronicles"
Yep, apparently that's what they'll be calling the all-new "Terminator" TV series -- and I'd probably be a whole lot more skeptical about this project were it not for the involvement of director David Nutter and screenwriter Josh Friedman.
May 22, 2006
From the creators of "Smallville" comes a new series that most likely won't ever see the light of day, mainly because its price-tag was a little too steep, but also because of all the confusion regarding the amalgamation of UPN and The WB. But a trailer for "Aquaman: Mercy Reef" made it onto the internet, so click right here to have a look.
May 12, 2006
Check Out the First "Superman Returns" TV Spot
If you missed "Smallville" last night then you probably missed the inaugural "Superman Returns" TV spot. No worries, though, because it's presently being hosted at AICN ... as of this moment, anyway.
November 16, 2005
"Superman Returns" to Smallville
Just a friendly reminder for our "Superman" fanatics: The first teaser trailer for Bryan Singer's "Superman Returns" will air during Thursday's episode of WB's "Smallville." (That's tomorrow night.)
November 14, 2005
Aquaman Swims Into His Own WB Series
OK, so it's not exactly movie news, but it's about Aquaman, so I figure it's geeky enough to warrant mentioning. "Smallville" fans will recall that a young version of the Aquaman character appeared on the series a few weeks ago, and apparently someone at the WB was impressed with what he saw. "Smallville" creators Miles Millar & Alfred Gough have since been tapped to bring an all-new Aquaman series to network TV.
November 4, 2005
"Iron Man" Flees New Line and Heads Back Home to Marvel
For two years an "Iron Man" languished over at New Line, but the rights to the character have recently reverted back to the Marvel-eers, and uber-producer Avi Arad seems pretty excited about getting the adaptation ramped up at home.
June 13, 2005
Hensleigh Heads Over to the "Darksiders"
Writer/director Jonathan Hensleigh ("The Punisher") has been enlisted by New Line to bring "Darksiders" to life, says The Hollywood Reporter. The movie, "which revolves around a band of vampires that become special operatives for the FBI," has had a few filmmakers attached in the past, most notably David Goyer ("Blade: Trinity") and David Nutter (TV's "Dark Angel" and "Smallville").