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October 11, 2012

Rupert Sanders in Talks for Van Helsing Opens in new window

Sanders could direct Tom Cruise in Universal's remake. More...

May 4, 2012

Weekly Ketchup: Tom Cruise Signed to Van Helsing Reboot Opens in new window

This week's Ketchup covered a week almost entirely comprised of reboots of old familiar concepts. Included in the mix are titles like The Jungle Book (this time in live action), Little Shop of Horrors (a third time), The Dukes of Hazzard (maybe), Tarzan (this time in 3D), and Van Helsing (yes, really). All that, and there's an animated sequel for The Wizard of Oz, too. More...

May 1, 2012

Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci to Reboot Van Helsing with Tom Cruise Opens in new window

Well, there was certainly room for improvement. More...

July 7, 2008

RT on DVD: Dark Knight, Mummy 3 Sneak Peeks Opens in new window

This week, we dispense with the news and cut to the chase to bring you two huge new gift sets timed perfectly for this summer's Bat-mania. What will earn you more geek cred: whipping out the Batman flash drive or watching the Dark Knight prologue in high definition, awash in the glory of Blu-ray? More...

March 28, 2008

Kevin J. O'Connor Making Mysterious Cameo in G.I. Joe Opens in new window

Add another name to the cast of Stephen Sommers' G.I. Joe. More...

October 4, 2007

New Line Options Dark Toy Story The Plucker Opens in new window

If you watched the Toy Story movies and thought "Nah, not dark enough," then boy, does New Line have something exciting for you. More...

August 12, 2007

G. I. Joe Movie Gets Mummy Director Opens in new window

This just in: From the man who brought you the Mummy franchise comes the live-action adaptation of G. I. Joe! More...

April 18, 2007

Kate Beckinsale as "Barbarella"? Opens in new window

This word arrives by way of a British gossip column, so you know what to do with it, but here's the dirt: Kate Beckinsale is apparently being considered for the lead role in Dino De Laurentiis' "Barbarella" remake. And you won't hear any complaints from me. More...

May 7, 2006

Box Office Wrapup: "Mission: Impossible III" Big, But Not Huge at #1 Opens in new window

Tom Cruise climbed into his usual number one spot at the box office with his heavily-hyped spy sequel Mission: Impossible III, however ticket sales fell below most industry expectations as the debut was not spectacular. More...

December 6, 2005

Sommers Collides (again) with "Worlds" Opens in new window

He was on the job once before, left for a better gig, quit that one, and then returned. Filmmaker Stephen Sommers is back on the case to write and direct a remake of "When Worlds Collide" for Paramount Pictures and producer Steven Spielberg. More...

August 29, 2005

"Mummy" Director to Spend a "Night at the Museum" Opens in new window

The Hollywood Reporter brings news on the next project for "Mummy" director Stephen Sommers, and it looks to be the high-concept comedic fantasy entitled "A Night at the Museum." More...

April 11, 2005

Stephen Sommers to Help "Worlds Collide" Opens in new window

Variety reports that filmmaker Stephen Sommers ("The Mummy," "Van Helsing") has been signed by Paramount to write and direct a remake of "When Worlds Collide." The 1951 science-fiction film was directed by Rudolph Maté and based upon the novel by Edwin Balmer and Philip Wylie, and details what happens when "scientists discover that another planet is veering dangerously close to Earth, and they make plans for a small group of humans to leave the planet before the inevitable deadly collision." More...

March 30, 2005

Code Entertainment Goes "Gravedancing" Opens in new window

Variety brings news of the inaugural production from Code Entertainment: it's a horror flick called "The Gravedancers," and it's just about to wrap production in North Carolina. Director Mike Mendez ("The Convent," "Killers") will be behind the camera, and on the screen you'll get Dominic Purcell ("Blade: Trinity"), Josie Maran ("Van Helsing"), Marcus Thomas ("Ring of Fire") and Tcheky Karyo ("Kiss of the Dragon"). More...

February 9, 2005

?Harry Potter? Leads Saturn Awards Noms Opens in new window

"Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" leads the 2005 Saturn Awards with nine nominations, including those for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Writer. "Kill Bill Vol. 2" and "Spider-Man 2" follow closely with seven nominations each. "Collateral" and "House of Flying Daggers" each received four noms, while "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind," "Sky Captain and The World Of Tomorrow," and "Van Helsing" received one each. More...

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