Sunday Trending Topics: Doctor Sleep

Posted by July 30, 2012 Comment

Interesting: While Stephen King will soon release Dr. Sleep, his sequel to The Shining, Warner Bros. have started, very quietly, on early work that could lead to a prequel for their film version. The project has a long way to go to the screen, but Warner Bros. have called in Laeta Kalogridis, Bradley Fischer and James Vanderbilt to produce the new film.

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Welcome to a new Shinjuku business, Robot Restaurant, staffed by women dressed in military gear, and who control giant women legless robots modelled on Valkyrie from Soul Calibur and who make them dance for the entertainment of patrons. The place cost over $100 million to open. Entrance is $40 for the show, and a drink.

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Warner Bros. Set Wheels In Motion For A Prequel To The Shining, As Stephen King Readies His Own Sequel | Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

While Stephen King will soon release Dr. Sleep, his sequel to The Shining, Warner Bros. have started, very quietly, on early work that could lead to a prequel for their film version.

Updated Synopsis For Walt Disney’s Frozen Reveals New Characters And Plot Twists | Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

Disney were, for some time, working on an adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen and I suppose they still are, though the ongoing tweaks to the plot and characters of Frozen justify the name change more and more each time I read some new info.

So They Made Watson A Woman On Elementary For The Sexual Tension With Sherlock, Right? | Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

Starting this Autumn as part of CBS’ new line up will be Elementary, a modern day spin on the character and casebook of Sherlock Holmes. Yes, another one. Set in New York, this time. It’s been a hot topic of conversation at Bleeding Cool since we first caught wind of it.

 

(Last Updated July 30, 2012 3:10 am )