Writer and director David Twohy is best-known for his series of films about Riddick, Vin Diesel’s intergalactic convict/antihero/badass. Twohy still hasn’t left that world behind yet, but he’s also got a new scifi project without the character on his slate: Ice Moon Rising, a co-production between China and the U.S.
How the hell does Riddick manage to screw up his sweet gig as Lord Marshall King Necromonger? How does Riddick fall so far, so fast, to end up on a deserted planet, alone? We asked director David Twohy everything we wanted to know about the new Riddick movie, and he told us a ton. Massive spoilers ahead...
This weekend brought us a brand-new trailer for Riddick, pitting Vin Diesel against a fresh set of alien horrors. Vin Diesel, Katee Sackhoff, and Riddick director David Twohy sat down at San Diego Comic-Con to discuss how Riddick advances the series' mythology and why they wanted to make it an R-rated film.
After almost a decade of cinematic silence, audiences will finally become reacquainted with Vin Diesel's Furyan killing machine in Riddick, the third installment of writer-director David Twohy's film series. We visited the set during filming in March 2012, and talked to the cast and crew. Here's what we found out.
A brand new official synopsis has been released, revealing tons of details about the brand new Riddick picture. Check it out:
The Riddick cast and crew have been locked out of their Montreal studio over unpaid bills — and meanwhile Katee Sackhoff has reportedly been offered the role of a Riddick-tailing bounty hunter. So what's really going on with the silver-eyed Furyan?
Vin Diesel and David Twohy's new Riddick sequel just got some great news! Rumor has it Karl Urban is ready to reprise his role as the power-hungry Necromonger Vaako, from The Chronicles of Riddick . Hell to the yes.
Good news, Furyan fans — David Twohy and Vin Diesel's third Riddick movie has started casting, and new details are leaking out all over! Find out who's coming back from the Underverse right now.
More news about a potential third Riddick movie: Writer/director David Twohy shared his thoughts, as well as some excellent concept art. Does this mean we're closer to Vin Diesel agreeing to a pay cut so the movie can go forward?
Our favorite Furian shared some good news and some bad news about the new Riddick movie. The good news is, it might start filming this summer. The bad news, Diesel's salary woes may halt the project completely.
The director of The Chronicles of Riddick, who is also directing the new Riddick film, took to the internet to answer the fans questions. The good news: it'll be more like Pitch Black, the first film.
Brian Murray's concept art helped launch a Green Lantern movie. But his other artwork includes this fantastic alien prison, for a David Twohy film... plus a far different reinvention of Star Trek than J.J. Abrams'.
Last we saw of the silver-eyed Riddick he was ruling the Necromonger clan, because you keep what you kill. But in his next movie, where will we find our beloved anti-hero? Spoilers below.
Soon enough, both Vin Diesel and Twohy wil be explaining to you exactly what a Necromonger is. Your favorite silver-eyed psychopath, Riddick, is coming back.
Vin Diesel may be hoping to pull the emergency ripcord on his speedy free-fall out of the limelight. Director David Twohy mentioned on his blog that there might be yet another Pitch Black sequel emerging from the darkness, but that it would be smaller in scale and independently financed.