Consisting of eight episodes that will be directed by Goldberg and Rogen from an adapted script by Eric Kripke (Supernatural), The Boys is scheduled to premiere on Prime Video in 2019, bringing to life Ennis and Darick Robertson's down-and-dirty comic book world where a group known as "the boys" take down out-of-control superheroes by any means necessary.
Stay tuned to Daily Dead for more details and check out the official press release with more information below:
Press Release (via The Futon Critic): Amazon Greenlights Original Superhero Series "The Boys," Based on Comic Book from Preacher Creator Garth Ennis and Directed by Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen
One-hour drama will debut exclusively on Prime Video in
At the present time, there's no actual deal in place for Jack Black to return in Goosebumps 2 as R.L. Stine, but sources say it's possible he could return, assuming his schedule allows for it. But this new script being worked on by Rob Lieber may be for reasons that go beyond scheduling. Jack Black is said to make $6 to $8 million per movie these days. Since Sony is looking to bring down the budget for
The deal extends and deepens a long-standing partnership. Hasbro and Paramount have teamed up on five “Transformers” movies, as well as two “G.I. Joe” films. They are working together on an upcoming Transformers spinoff, “Bumblebee,” which opens in December 2018.
Paramount and Hasbro will finance the projects together, although the two companies did not provide additional financial information in a release announcing the deal. Paramount will distribute the pics. The two companies will also collaborate on television programming
Tyrese Gibson argues Dwayne Johnson is being "selfish" over the Fast & Furious spin-off film...
Ulp. Things are still prickly with the Fast & Furious family, following the news that Fast & Furious 9 has been put back a year to the summer of 2020, and in its place in 2019 will be a spin-off movie starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham. Earlier this week, Tyrese Gibson had let his feelings be known over Johnson, and he wasn’t happy.
He’s clarified his thoughts in a new interview with TMZ, saying that “I don’t know what they’re doing. Everybody coming at me like I’m hating on Dwayne about his spinoff, but I’m not. The truth is, I just wish he was releasing it at a different time”.
“It’s not a conflict, it’s just The Fast & The Furious is like a holiday. The Fast & The Furious family – the fans,
"I don't know what they're doing. Everybody's coming at me, like I'm hating on Dwayne for his spin-off. I'm not. I just wish he was releasing it at a different time. It's not a conflict, but Fast & Furious is like a holiday. Fast & Furious family, the fans, the tribe, the people who have been rocking with us for 16 years... you know, pushing our release date back,
Daddy’s gotta go back to work ~ Hobbs. Pumped to expand and build out the Fast & Furious universe in a cool, exciting way with our @sevenbucksprod, writer/producer Chris Morgan, producer Hiram Garcia and lead producer and my bigger twin, Neil Moritz. Thank
Well, THR is reporting that the project, which is being produced by Neal H. Moritz’s Original Film, has now shifted to Paramount Pictures, having been put into turnaround at its original home of Sony Entertainment. Both Fowler and Miller are still on board as director and exeuctive producer respectively, while the plan remains to deliver a blend of live-action and CGI.
The Sonic series has sold over 360 million copies worldwide since its launch in 1991, making it one of the biggest video game franchise of all time.
Are you excited about the prospect of seeing Sonic and friends on the big screen? Could this be the movie to break the video game curse?
The Hollywood Reporter reports the latest news. The planned film ‘centers on Sonic and his friends, such as Tails and Knuckles, who run around collecting items and points as they attempt to foil the global domination plans of Doctor Eggman Robotnik. The game was first released by Sega in 1991, with the character becoming one of the world’s biggest gaming icons’. More than 360 million copies of the game have been sold on various formats around the world, and continue to delight to this very day.
The new movie will apparently blend live-action and CGI elements.
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The film was previously in development at Sony Pictures and the creative team that was involved with the project at the studio are still attached now that it's moved to Paramount. That team includes producers Neal H. Moritz and Tim Miller (Deadpool). The film will be directed by Jeff Fowler, who is one of Miller's Blur Studios collaborators.
No plot details have been revealed yet, but the game focuses on the world’s fastest hedgehog and his friends, who battle their arch nemesis, Doctor Eggman.
Sonic the Hedgehog has had a couple animated series over the years, and he made his first big screen appearance in Disney's Wreck-It-Ralph. I think this could turn out to be a really fun movie. It seems like the creative team
Sony has previously been developing a Sonic the Hedgehog movie, but they, for whatever reason, decided to let the rights go. That left room for Paramount to swoop in and take a crack at it. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Neal H. Moritz will produce the project. His Original Film production banner recently signed a first look deal with Paramount and this will be one of the first projects under that new deal.
The project, based on the Sega video game franchise, had been in the works at Sony, but the studio let their film rights lapse.
Neal H. Moritz, who recently signed an upcoming first look deal with Paramount, is producing under his Original Film banner. “Deadpool” director Tim Miller will serve as executive producer, along with Toby Ascher. Dmitri Johnson and Dan Jevons will be the co-producers.
Miller boarded the project last year. Sega launched the Sonic game in 1991 and has sold more than 360 million copies to date, including both packaged and digital games on consoles, tablets, and mobile.
The game features a hedgehog named Sonic on a quest to defeat Doctor Robotnik, a scientist who has imprisoned animals in robots and stolen magical Chaos Emeralds. The game was enormously successful and established the Sega Genesis console as a major player.
Neal H. Moritz, whose Original Film banner recently signed an upcoming first look deal with Paramount, will produce the project, which is coming to the studio after Sony Entertainment put it into turnaround.
Much of the team that was developing it at Sony remains: In addition to Moritz, Deadpool director Tim Miller is executive producing, while his longtime Blur Studio collaborator Jeff Fowler will make his feature directorial debut on the film. Also executive producing is Toby Ascher, while Dmitri Johnson and Dan...
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