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Steven King Knows Why ‘The Dark Tower’ Failed

The Dark Tower, Columbia Pictures

The long-awaited adaptation of the Steven King series The Dark Tower bombed at the box office. It was a sad day for fans of the book series looking for a possible sequel that could save the film series. There were reports of numerous missed-steps in the production that caused this eventuality. It

First Trailer for Alex Garland’s ‘Annihilation’ is a New Kind of Alien Horror Story

Annihilation, Paramount Pictures

The first trailer for Annihilation, Alex Garland's follow-up to 2014s Ex Machina. The film looks dreamy and interesting. Paramount Pictures unveiled the first image from the film yesterday. Today brings the first trailer for the film, starring Natalie Portman entering an alien wasteland without fear. Check out the trailer below: https://youtu.be/ufaDurSCKOk Based on Jeff

‘Gremlins 3’ Script is Complete and Will Try to Kill Off Gizmo

Gremlins, Amblin Entertainment

According to director Chris Columbus, the script for Gremlins 3 is finished. The script is dark, and takes the franchise into uncharted territory. The film will no longer be a reboot of the franchise, but with Columbus' retooling, a direct sequel to Gremlins 2.  Columbus commented on the script while out doing press rounds

This is Where the Next ‘Alien’ Movie Could Take Us

Alien: Covenant, Twentieth Century Fox

Where is Ridley Scott taking the Alien franchise next? No one can be too sure, but he does have a plan. Was Alien: Covenant good? Meh. It really makes Prometheus look like a masterpiece. According to writer/producer Damon Lindelof (Prometheus), Scott has a big plan, and the next Alien film could take us to Paradise. Lindelof wrote Prometheus, but

Neill Blomkamp’s ‘Alien’ Film Was NEVER Going to Happen

Alien, 20th Century Fox

According to Ridley Scott, Neill Blomkamp's Aliens film was not even close to happening. The only Alien films being made are ones that Scott himself is working on. Fans of the direction of Blomkamp's vision will be disappointed, as some of his ideas brought the franchise back to its roots. In an interview

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