According to new rumors spreading online, Fatal Frame and Silent Hill movie adaptations could be on the way. The project is apparently being led by Christophe Gans, who directed the first Silent Hill film released back in 2006. The rumor was sparked by a report from Allocine, with a French translation provided by Rely on Horror. It would
Russian entertainment company, Gazprom Media, has announced that a movie adaptation of Metro 2033 will begin filming next year. The premier of the long-awaited adaptation is currently set for January 1st 2022, Variety has revealed. The book’s original author Dmitry Glukhovsky, will be in a creative producer role for the project, giving the writer some
The upcoming Mortal Kombat movie has its Jax, Mileena, Raiden and Liu Kang, according to The Hollywood Reporter. For those interested here is the full rundown of the new castings. Mehcad Brooks from Supergirl will be taking on Jaxx Briggs; Sisi Stringer will be doing one of her first acting roles as Mileena; Thor: Ragnarok‘s Tadonobu
Speaking at the Television Critics Association during the press tour for comedy series Kidding, Jim Carrey gave a rather frank opinion of the ongoing work to redesign the look of the Sonic the Hedgehog film adaptation’s main character. That same design was rather hated by fans who thought the original version of the iconic blue
Back in the halcyon days of 1995, a campy classic based on the Mortal Kombat video games landed in cinemas. That even managed to spawn a small franchise of films. And despite the controversial bloodshed of the source material, the films stuck to a PG-13 rating in all cases. That’s all about to change with
Something that MonHun fans have been waiting for has finally arrived. During the 2019 International Shanghai Film Festival, attendees got a world-exclusive look at the new Monster Hunter film. The film is directed by Paul W.S. Anderson, and it stars his wife Milla Jovovich, who has been in charge of the Resident Evil series since
Various outlets are now reporting on a rumor that there’s a new script in production for a film that gamers and Star Wars fans will be very interested in. According to reports from the annual Star Wars celebration on April 20th, there’s some new irons in the fire, and many people think at least one
The upcoming Sonic the Hedgehog film has been delayed, and by quite a bit too. The film is now slated for release on February 14, 2020 instead of it’s original launch window of this November. Jeff Fowler, the movie’s director, Tweeted a new teaser image revealing the new launch date for the controversial CGI project.
PlayStation Productions, the newly created production division created by Sony, may have their first project already in the works. According to ResetEra posts, sleuths have found some mentions of the project during the same announcement of the studio itself. The in-progress project was confirmed by Tony Vinciquerra from Sony Pictures during the Q&A portion of
So it turns out that Rico Rodriguez might be getting a silver screen treatment very soon. I say this because there’s been a bit of information uncovered about an ongoing production to adapt the incredible action games, Just Cause, into a film. The effort is still in very early stages, but it appears to be
Sony is among one of the many entertainment and software companies that built a major part of their business in films and TV. The company got their start from the humble beginnings of an electronics retail outlet in 1946, to grow into one of the most recognizable names in technology, gaming and general entertainment. Today,
So after months of waiting, and plenty of angry fans, Capcom and Sony Pictures have announced the final release date for the film adaptation of Monster Hunter. The film was originally announced in May 2018 and was to be helmed by the same Paul W.S. Anderson who directed many of the Resident Evil live-action films.
After a recent photo sparked some concerns online over the course the Monster Hunter movie was taking, fans apparently needed to be assuaged. That photo showed actor Diego Boneta, who plays Sgt. Marshall, a member of the UN military team investigating the monster incursions into our world, wearing modern military garb. This picture kicked off
Fans of Monster Hunter, myself included, were really excited when back in May it was officially confirmed that a movie based on the popular Capcom franchise was getting a film adaptation. Since then, the hype has been hemmed back a bit due to other announcements about the film. Mainly those stemming from suspicions about the
Capcom and Paul W. S. Anderson are teaming up to bring Monster Hunter to the big screen in a film adaptation of the classic and massively popular franchise. Capcom has revealed that Paul W. S. Anderson will write and direct the live-action film, which is currently in pre-production. Japanese production company Toho will handle distribution
Notorious German filmmaker Uwe Boll – best known for his oft derided video game movie adaptations like Alone in the Dark, BloodRayne, House of the Dead, Far Cry, Postal, and In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale – is retiring from filmmaking. As reported by the Toronto Metro, Boll has chosen to