Screen Gems, the production company responsible for bringing the Resident Evil film franchise to the big screen, has reportedly signed on to deliver a live-action adaptation of The Last of Us. The creative director for the award-winning video game, Neil Druckmann, will write the script for the upcoming project with Naughty Dog’s co-presidents Evan Wells and Christophe Balestra joining the production as creative architects.
Mark Millar To Serve As Marvel Creative Consultant For 20th Century Fox
20th Century Fox has announced today that Mark Millar has been tapped as a creative consultant for all future adaptations based on the studios’ Marvel properties. This means that the Kick-Ass creator will most likely be in the room for key discussions about the best ways for the film studio to develop future franchises based on the character rights they currently own.
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Christopher Nolan Screens Rough Cut of The Dark Knight Rises for Warner Bros.
Director Christopher Nolan has finished the first rough cut of The Dark Knight Rises, which he reportedly just screened for some of the top Warner Bros. executives, including Warners film chief Jeff Robinov and production president Greg Silverman.
Sources have revealed that Nolan has been spending plenty of time on the Warner Bros. lot the past few days which signals that the finish line for post-production is on the horizon. Of course, any official mention of how well it was received has yet to be revealed, but with the film’s release date still sitting 4 months away, Nolan has plenty of time to tweak and fine tune the final cut.
Now here’s an interesting piece piece of news. Two new photos have been posted over on Cinemart that someone is claiming to be from a department involved in Ridley Scott’s Prometheus film. The supposed mask was purportedly designed to be worn by an actor in the film and, if you haven’t noticed yet, bears an striking resemblance to the Space Jockey featured in Ridley Scott’s Alien.
Continuing the story from Dynamite’s Robocop series, America has fallen into a landscape of revolution and chaos and OCP has taken over Old Detroit from the authorities in a political coup. It’s up to Robocop and what’s left of the Old Detroit Police Department to try and make it out of the state in order to get help from the US military. But ED-309s patrol the streets and OCP has a new, deadly robot prototype to send after Murphy and co. Meanwhile, Robocop’s sanity continues to crumble along with his country.