New cast for Transformers 4
According to TFW2005, Hasbro has opted to introduce a new cast of Transformers for the upcoming fourth film in the series, citing lower-than-expected toy sales from the third film.Email Me! - When Available!
Anderson to become Monster Hunter?
The Playlist reports that director Paul W.S. Anderson is looking to adapt the popular Monster Hunter game series from Capcom into a potential film franchise. Anderson has previously adapted both Mortal Kombat & Resident Evil from game to film.Email Me! - When Available!
Stephens boards Black Sails
British actor Toby Stephens has been cast in the lead role of buccaneer Captain Flint in Starz's upcoming Treasure Island prequel series Black Sails, Deadline reports. The series is in pre-production in Cape Town, South Africa.Email Me! - When Available!
Showtime orders more Episodes
Showtime has renewed its comedy series Episodes starring Matt LeBlanc for a third season with a 9 episode order, Deadline reports. Production will begin in Los Angeles & London next year.Email Me! - When Available!
Entourage to return on big screen?
Entourage creator Doug Ellin has told Deadline that he is nearing completion on the script for an Entourage movie that will pick up the story 6 months after the TV series. HBO are awaiting the completed script before deciding whether to move forward on the project.Email Me! - When Available!
Tatum to helm Magic Mike sequel?
Magic Mike co-star Channing Tatum has told The Film Stage that he might be helming a sequel to the Steven Soderbergh-directed male stripper drama. Tatum also said that the sequel would be a reunion road movie, and would be more comedic in tone.Email Me! - When Available!
A&E orders Bay's Occult
Deadline reports that A&E has given a cast-contingent pilot order to Occult, a supernatural crime drama produced by Transformers movie series director Michael Bay & former X-Files writer James Wong. The project, which draws parallels to The X-Files & Fringe, centres on an FBI agent assigned to a new occult crimes task force.Email Me! - When Available!
Connolly to helm Shipkiller adaptation
Aussie director Robert Connolly (Balibo, Underground) has been set to direct an adaptation of Justin Scott's epic revenge thriller novel The Shipkiller, Deadline reports. Connolly will also produce along with Gale Anne Hurd. The novel was almost adapted to film in 1979 with Sean Connery & David Niven.Email Me! - When Available!