James Cameron has been trying to produce a Fantastic Voyage remake for a while now, but he keeps burning through writers. That will likely change now that Man of Steel's David S. Goyer has been tapped to write the script for the movie, since THR reports the movie is now being fast-tracked.
Check out a blazingly awesome piece of newly revealed concept art from Star Trek Into Darkness, created by artist Victor Martinez. He recently created a website to showcase his work for Trek 2, Oz the Great and Powerful, and the never-made Fantastic Voyage and Captain Nemo films.
There's actual forward motion on the new Terminator film, which Megan Ellison and her brother David have been trying to get off the ground for a while. According to Deadline, two new screenwriters have been hired to collaborate on the project... and they're kind of a weird pairing.
Implantable medical devices will eventually dispense drugs, get rid of blood clots and perform micro-surgeries inside our bodies, but powering them could be problematic. If the point is to have minimally invasive gadgets keeping tabs on our health, cutting patients open to swap out their batteries is not an ideal…
Idris Elba explains Guillermo del Toro's approach to his monster-fighting epic Pacific Rim. Director Jon Chu explains why his G.I. Joe will be more awesome than the original. Joss Whedon casts his metaphysical romance. Plus more Doctor Who companion rumors!
Don't expect every beloved character to survive True Blood's season finale! And don't hold your breath for the Ouija and Fantastic Voyage movies. Check out some photos of Brad Pitt shooting World War Z! Plus, what makes Loki tick in The Avengers, and a possible new Star Trek TV show.
Robert Downey Jr. says they have the perfect director for Iron Man 3. The Wolverine is ready to begin filming. Anne Hathaway details her feline research for The Dark Knight Rises. The new Fantastic Voyage may be getting a big-name star.
Four new Green Lantern promos remind us that there are some actual humans in the movie. Plus casting updates for the Fantastic Voyage remake, the adaptation of Stephanie Meyer's non-Twilight book The Host, and Oz the Great and Powerful!
Jon Favreau checks in with some context and commentary on the Cowboys & Aliens Super Bowl spot. Jodie Foster is far from a done deal for District 9 director Neil Blomkamp's next film. Liam Neeson confirms that he's done with Batman...for now. Nathan Fillion and Henry Rollins are teaming up for an animated Green…
Today's spoilers include a huge hint about a new Star Trek character, a Tom Hardy Batman rumor, Hunger Games script reactions and Fringe/V set pics. The Host 2 will be 3-D! Fantastic Voyage may have a director! Plus Harry Potter!
Although science fiction usually looks to the skies, there's a whole world of wonder and mystery beneath the ocean's surface. When you need some advanced submarines to go exploring, these are the fourteen best.
Paul Greengrass is no longer tied to Fox's 3D reboot of the Fantastic Voyage. Some speculate that this is because producers James Cameron and Jon Landau were never really in love with Greengrass shaky cam style. Neither were we. [Deadline]
Is Black Widow getting a spin-off movie? Is Vanessa Hudgens joining Spider-Man? Discover Captain America's supporting characters! There's a The Host casting call and an Inception pic, plus Cameron talks Battle Angel. Plus Fanastic Voyage, Transformers, Ghost Rider and Lost.
James Cameron's keeping his options open, according to his longtime producer Jon Landau: He may not direct an Avatar sequel or Battle Angel next. Landau also explained to us how Cameron might do underwater motion-capture for Avatar 2's ocean scenes.
The shakycam wizard behind the latter Bourne films, Green Zone, and United 93 is doing just what we told him — he's going deep to make a science fiction film.
There's only one thing Hollywood loves than a movie based on a toy: remakes. Dozens of science-fiction classics are slated for do-overs. But instead of remaking films that were fine the first time, here are 20 books Hollywood should film.
Scratch those dreams of James Cameron directing a version of Seven Samurai in space — his new mystery project with Shane Salermo isn't the Samurai riff, and Cameron's not directing it.