With the broadcast networks' upfront presentations right around the corner, TV studios everywhere are scrambling to pitch shows for Fall 2011. But which shows will make it past the pilot stage? Rumor has it some promising shows are in danger.
Hollywood has gone into a science fiction feeding frenzy in the past week, with several new scifi movies getting greenlit. The success of Battle: Los Angeles, on top of Avatar, Star Trek and others, put dollar signs in everyone's eyes.
Can 30 Days of Night and Twilight Eclipse director David Slade undo the damage that Ben Affleck inflicted on Marvel's blind superhero, Daredevil? He's got a fighting chance — if they stick to the Born Again comic book series.
Can the internal monologue-heavy first Hunger Games book become a decent movie? We're still not sure, but at least A-list people are getting involved — including Kick-Ass' Chloe Moretz — and everybody's calling it the possible next Twlight.
Two incredible names are getting passed around for the director's chair on X-Men Origins: Wolverine 2. Horror mastermind David Slade and weird auteur Darren Aronofsky. Honestly, either one would be a great choice.
Twilight-haters, stand aside. We've been excited about 30 Days of Night director David Slade's vision for Eclipse from the beginning. In our exclusive interview, the director explains balancing the werewolf-on-vampire carnage with romance, and exploring the physiology of Twilight's vampires.
You've seen our take on the 30 Most Disturbing Twilight Products and we've got one more for the pile. Unlike your immortal love, your money is disposable — so go blow it on an Edward Volvo.
We're excited for David "30 Days Of Night" Slade's Twilight movie Eclipse. Why? Because it will be a film that isn't full of long glances and Bella scream-crying-lip-biting. It's all about action, plus crazy Jane's back.
Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of studio execs? Sony let the movie rights lapse on Sam Raimi's dream pulp project The Shadow. Undaunted, Raimi's shopping around the rights to other studios, and possibly recruiting a Twilight director.
30 Days Of Night director David Slade is learning the fine art of back peddling. He signed on to direct the Twilight sequel, after admitting in an interview that he wouldn't see Twilight at gun-point.