One of the great movies Hollywood has been trying and failing to remake for a long time is Logan’s Run. A who’s who of filmmakers and actors have tried to reimagine the film—and now, X-Men, Fantastic Four and Star Wars producer Simon Kinberg will give it a shot.
There was a while where it seemed like Brazil director Terry Gilliam would be the one to bring Alan Moore's seminal graphic novel Watchmen to the big screen. It obviously didn't work out, but producer Joel Silver has revealed how Gillaim's adaptation would have ended, and it's bonkers.
If there's one movie that probably doesn't need an "edgy" R-rated remake, its a movie about how two horny teens make their perfect woman out of a Barbie doll. But, that won't stop Hollywood from defiling the already fairly creepy '80s film Weird Science.
The race to cash in on the found footage movie craze has just hit a new peak of hysteria, as the Weinsteins are determined to film their Moon astronaut movie, Apollo 18, in time to release it in March.
Warner Bros. just bought a brand new screenplay titled World War X, which is all about time-traveling terrorists from the future. But does this mean World War Z has some potential brand confusion — or is it just never happening?
While it would be bad ass to see the green codes of the Matrix whipping at your skull, 3D conversion is an ugly thing to subject a great film to. Thankfully, Joel Silver, is extremely against it. [MTV]
Some movie producers are as identifiable as directors — just think of Jerry Bruckheimer and his splodey-boom school of film-making — and their oeuvre forms a coherent statement. One producer who doesn't get the props he deserves is Joel Silver, who's produced everything from the cheese-plattery Xanadu to the paranoiac
Set your "I'm ambivalent about that upcoming comic book movie" settings from Justice League of America to Wonder Woman. Producer Joel Silver told journalists that the JLA movie is officially dead, but that he's now interested in reviving the troubled Wonder Woman movie, whose original script was was written by Firefly