Take a ‘Sneak Peek’ at the upcoming Netflix series based on the prolific writer and producer’s DC comic book series, now in production.
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Patton Oswalt, voicing Matthew the Raven, joins David Thewlis, Jenna Coleman, and Stephen Fry in Netflix’s dark fantasy series based on the popular DC comic books; show follows people and places affected by Morpheus, the Dream King, as he mends his cosmic and human mistakes.
The ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ director will pen the script alongside Simon Barrett, assuring audiences the film will not follow in the ill-fated footsteps of ‘Cats.’
The fantasy feature adaptation will star action darling Milla Jovovich and tough guy Dave Bautista, who will also produce.
The BAFTA-nominated composer is known for scoring Ubisoft’s ‘Immortals: Fenyx Rising and Microsoft’s upcoming ‘Halo Infinite.’
Fans are trying use the images of a gilded cross and map to piece together plot hints, but so far, no theories seem too promising.
Based on the popular dinosaur survival adventure video game ‘ARK: Survival Evolved,’ show features an all-star cast including Gerard Butler, Russell Crowe, Michelle Yeoh, and Vin Diesel as executive producer and the voice of the hero, Santiago; watch the trailer.
With Sony’s live-action adaptation of the beloved PlayStation game wrapping its shoot, we get our first peek at Victor Sullivan’s hair, makeup, and iconic shirt.
Horror mogul Gary Dauberman teams with Paramount Animation and writer Mark Perez on animated feature adaptation of unreleased horror comic book.
Feature for Netflix will be adapted from a book the stop-motion icon is writing with Clay McLeod Chapman.
Crew also is set for director Jon Favreau’s live action version of the animated classic, due in theaters in 2019.
The French production company has an exciting slate of co-productions following this year’s MIFA at Annecy, France, including animated series and features, with companies like Future Dog Studio, Nippon Animation and Michele Guaschino Studio.
Two children’s books adapted from Oscar-nominated NFB animated films, ‘The Cat Came Back’ by Cordell Barker and ‘My Grandmother Ironed the King’s Shirts’ by Torill Kove, to launch inaugural publishing program.
William Joyce, whose film ‘The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore’ won the Oscar for Best Animated Short in 2012, will direct the film, which is recently-formed Cirrina Studios’ first animated feature and first collaboration with French production comphany Dwarf Animation Studio.