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king kong i01 King Kong Prequel Skull Island Announced, Plus: First Look At Crimson Peak and Michael Manns Black Hat

Legendary, the production company behind Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy as well as many other fan favorites, just held their presentation at Comic-Con and it included all of the expected projects like Duncan Jones’ Warcraft and Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak, but they also had a few surprises. Gareth Edwards showed up to confirm he’d be directing Godzilla 2 while teasing what monsters would appear… Continue reading King-Kong Prequel 'Skull Island' Announced, Plus: First Look At 'Crimson Peak' and Michael Mann's 'Black Hat'

187481789 J.K. Rowling Prepping Harry Potter Prequel Stage PlayDanny E. Martindale/Getty Images

The Boy Who Lived lives on!

Though the seven-part “Harry Potter” series is over, J.K. Rowling isn’t done telling stories within that universe. Her supplemental book, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” is getting made into a movie. And now, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Rowling is developing… Continue reading J.K. Rowling Prepping 'Harry Potter' Prequel Stage Play

  • THERESA “TESSA” GRAY

    The protagonist of “The Infernal Devices” trilogy, set in Victorian England, is Tessa Gray, a 16-year-old American orphan who travels to England to be with her older brother, only to discover she’s part of a sinister paranormal conspiracy, and worst of all, that she’s a supernatural being herself. She has slightly unruly brown hair, blue-gray eyes, and a slender, taller-than-average figure. In the absence of friends, Tessa

  • “Warm Bodies”

    <strong>Written By: </strong>Isaac Marion, a Seattle-based writer and musician who captured the zombie zeitgeist with his critically acclaimed 2011 novel for teens. <strong>On the Page: </strong>R is an unconventional zombie. He’s conflicted about his lot in life and finds himself attracted to Julie, the girlfriend of his last victim. He curbs his New Hunger for her brains and shuttles her off to his zombie loft in an airplane

  • Thirteen years ago, George Lucas dropped “Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace” with a loud toilet splash. Two years later, Peter Jackson launched the far-more beloved “Lord of the Rings” trilogy with “The Fellowship of the Ring.” By 2005 Jackson had won Best Picture, while Lucas had absorbed a hella ton of nerd grief for his