Alan Tudyk (TV's FIREFLY) has joined Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, according to ComingSoon.net via Variety.
Disney has tapped Karl Gajdusek (UNKNOWN) to rewrite Joseph Kosinski's sci-fi flick OBLIVION, which has been renamed HORIZONS, reports Heat Vision.
Two new interesting names have surfaced as possible directors for PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES, reports Heat Vision.
VFX firm Prime Focus is branching out into production with a TV adaptation of Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman’s book GOOD OMENS, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
Breck Eisner (THE CRAZIES) has begun negotiations with Summit Entertainment to take the helm of THE LAST WITCH HUNTER, reports Deadline.com.
John Moore (MAX PAYNE) is set to direct a sci-fi flick from JURASSIC PARK 3 writer Peter Buchman, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Johnny Whitworth revealed to AMC Theatres that he would be playing Blackout in GHOST RIDER: SPIRIT OF VENGEANCE.
Kelly L. Murdock finishes the discussion of working with files and accessing content paradise from Poser 8 Revealed.
Richard Linklater (WAKING LIFE) is Warner Bros.' top choice to helm the remake of THE INCREDIBLE MR. LIMPET, reports 24 Frames.
David Slade (THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE) is 20th Century Fox's top choice to helm the reboot of DAREDEVIL, reports ComingSoon.net.
Despite comments from Eric Kripke, who was developing SANDMAN for TV, to the contrary, Geoff Johns, DC Comics Chief Creative Officer, tweeted that the potential series was still actively in development.
Radha Mitchell, Sean Bean and Deborah Kara Unger, the stars of the original SILENT HILL, are returning for the sequel SILENT HILL: REVELATION, reports ComingSoon.net.
Of course, when it comes to video games, communication technology doesn’t play as large of a role as the fun factor of weapons and gadgets. To combine a true military feel with a great game, the Future Soldier development team in Paris had to blend real-world tactics with near-future technology, and then factor in fun and engaging gameplay to deliver the experience Ghost Recon fans expect.
Okay, so maybe it isn't really a full-blown sport, but if the proliferation of these videos of digital artwork screen-captured during the creation process is any indication, it's fast becoming a popular spectator event in any case.
Disney has scrapped plans to produce Robert Zemeckis' performance capture remake of the 1968 Beatles animated film, YELLOW SUBMARINE, reports ComingSoon.net.
20th Century Fox has picked up a tentpole sci-fi project from McG's Wonderland Sound and Vision, reports Deadline.com.