Whenever news breaks out that Hollywood is adapting some kind of Japanese novel or comic (a live-action Death Note and Bleach seem to still be in early development), backlash immediately follows from hardcore fans. Well, Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt will be starring in Edge Of Tomorrow, a sci-fi film based on the light novel All You Need is Kill by Hiroshi Sakurazaka. Worried on how this will end up? Don't, because the trailer looks pretty fantastic.
Last month we were given a teaser to the live-action adaptation to Eiko Kadono's children's novel series, Kiki's Delivery Service (this film isn't based on Studio Ghibli's animated movie), and now we have a full trailer thanks to YouTube channel CinemaToday, which was posted yesterday.
Alvin Shwartz's Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark , the children's book series popularized during the 80s and 90s, is getting a film (or series of films) made. Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunston, scribes from the Saw films are already one the way to write the screenplay to bring these books to life and provide scares for this generation.
As more news drops in regards to Zack Snyder's Man of Steel sequel, it's becoming to look more like a Justice League than a Superman flick. So far we have Henry Cavill as Superman, Ben Affleck as Batman and the recently announced Gal Godot as Wonder Woman. Now it looks like we may have another hero (villain?) joining in the mix as Jason Momoa has been reported to be in talks for a role.
During VGX last night, a gorgeous trailer for a space adventure game called No Man's Sky has just been revealed by Hello Games, the same studio that has worked on the Joe Danger series. Check out the debut trailer for yourself and see the game trailer that caught the most attention at the show.
After announcing that 20th Century Fox will be following X-Men: Days of Future Past with a sequel of X-Men: Aplocalypse 2016 (title pending), the studio has now signed Simon Kinberg to a three-year deal with the to oversee both the “X-Men” and “Fantastic Four” franchises.
There were rumors going around that Telltale Games, the guys who made the episodic Walking Dead games, would be working on another popular game adaptation with the Game of Thrones. Well, put the rumors to rest because game was just announced during the VGX.
It looks like we might be getting more Indiana Jones films in the future, but this time it'll be coming from the Walt Disney Company. It's no surprise since they bought Lucasfilm, so this was bound to happen.
So X-Men: Days of Future Past, a star studded film featuring a cast of both old and new X-Men movies, is set to May 23, 2014, and I'm sure everyone is excited to see it. But what kind of plans does Fox and director Bryan Singer have afterwards? How about introducing one of the X-Men's greatest foes: Apocalypse.