Over the course of the past year, the only times Fantastic Four really seemed to be in the news was when people started wondering, “Hey, why isn’t Fantastic Four in the news?” For a big studio comic book movie, it was uncharacteristically shy on revealing not just plot details, which is understandable, but even things like looks at character costumes.
But now… Continue reading 'Fantastic Four' Round-Up: An Unused Script, Easter Eggs, Deleted Scenes and More
It’s the final day of Comic-Con International in San Diego, and this year’s convention has – as usual – been filled with all sorts of fantastic announcements, fresh footage, and assorted movie geekery. Star Wars fans certainly weren’t disappointed, and the same could likely be said for anyone looking forward to seeing Batman and Superman brawl on the big screen, the X-Men unite (again), or Ash strap on… Continue reading A 'Hannibal' Movie, 'Captain Marvel''s Script, and More News You Might've Missed From Comic-Con Day 3
This continues to be an interesting year for trivia about The Breakfast Club. The classic teen movie, which was written and directed by John Hughes, recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, and while commemorative screenings were being held at SXSW and around the country last month, we also learned that there was going to be a nude shower scene, which Molly Ringwald and Ally… Continue reading Original 'Breakfast Club' Script Discovered at High School with Alternate Title
NBC wants to mess with our memories of Lloyd Dobler holding up that boombox. Nothing is sacred anymore. Nothing.
Deadline recently revealed that NBC ordered a script for a single-camera comedy sequel to “Say Anything…” The show would pick up 10 years after the events of the beloved 1989 movie. In the modern-day plot, Diane Court (played in the movie by… Continue reading NBC Orders Script For 'Say Anything' Sequel - John Cusack, Cameron Crowe Strongly Object