Author: Tom Chang

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I'm a gamer, sci-fi and fantasy fan. film and TV snob. I love to write and read the classics. Anything you want to talk about, I'm here to entertain or at least pretend to be interested.

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“The Batman”: Paul Dano Eyed for The Riddler

Paul Dano is in negotiations with Warner Bros for Matt Reeves’ The Batman with Robert Pattinson in the title role. Variety reports the role as the Riddler, but the studio won’t confirm. The Dano casting news comes on the heels of Jonah Hill pulling out of the project. Variety speculates Dano may have been Hill’s […]

“Zombieland: Double Tap”: Emma Stone Pitched “The Walking Dead” Crossover

The world of Zombieland provides a unique sandbox for the cast and crew where they’re not constricted to focus on the bleak. Speaking with Uproxx, director Ruben Fleischer said Emma Stone had a crossover idea to feature some of the cast of AMC’s The Walking Dead for Zombieland: Double Tap. “Emma had a funny idea […]

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Netflix Has “Bone” to Pick With Jeff Smith: Streamer Developing Animated Series

Jeff Smith‘s award-winning comic book series Bone will be making the journey from the printed page to television screens, with Netflix developing an animated adaptation series. With Smith (SHAZAM! The Monster Society of Evil, RASL) set to oversee production, the streaming series follows the exploits of the Bone cousins as they cross a vast, uncharted, […]

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“The Matrix 4”: Jada Pinkett Smith Might Choose the Red Pill One More Time

Jada Pinkett Smith is in negotiations with Warner Bros. about returning for The Matrix 4. She played Niobe The Matrix: Reloaded (2003) and The Matrix: Revolutions (2003), the second and third films, respectively. If she signs, she joins Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss from the original trilogy, who reprise their roles as Neo and Trinity, respectively. […]




“Maniac Cop” Once Scrapped Film Reboot, Now TV Series for HBO

“Maniac Cop” Walking a New Beat as TV Series for HBO

William Lustig‘s 1988 horror cult classic Maniac Cop, will be adapted to television from Nicolas Winding Refn and John Hyams by HBO. From Refn’s productions company byNWR Originals, Refn, and Hyams will serve as executive producers and direct the series. Set in Los Angeles, Maniac Cop shows various perspectives from cops to criminals. A slain […]

“Masters of the Universe”: Will Sony Take “He-Man” to Netflix?

“Masters of the Universe”: Will Sony Take “He-Man” to Netflix?

Sony tried develop its He-Man and the Masters of the Universe franchise since 2007 without much to show for it. Despite a live action remake of Masters of the Universe scheduled for a theatrical release in March 2021, Sony might have other plans according to The Hollywood Reporter. Will “Masters of the Universe” be in theaters […]

“The Matrix 4”: “Watchmen” Star Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Cast in Lead Role

The untitled fourth Matrix film cast Aquaman star Yahya Abdul-Mateen II to join the returning Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss. Director Lana Wachowski, who will also write and produce, met with actors for a secret role in recent weeks, according to Variety with Abdul-Mateen emerging as the frontrunner. Success of “The Matrix” films Warner Bros. […]

Zombieland: Double Tap Red Band Trailer Reveals Cameo

“Zombieland: Double Tap” Red Band Trailer Reveals Cameo

Sony released the red band trailer for its zom-com Zombieland: Double Tap.  Save for a cameo reveal, there isn’t much added. The trailer starts with Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) dropping a grenade into a vehicle and blowing it up. Shocked, Wichita (Emma Stone) screams, “What the f***?!” at what just happened. The trailer then reveals to […]


“Richard Jewell” Shows Nightmare of “Guilty Until Proven Innocent”

“Richard Jewell” Shows the Nightmare of “Guilty Until Proven Innocent”

Warner Bros. released the latest trailer for Richard Jewell, the biopic about the security guard who discovered a bomb in a discarded backpack at Olympic Park during the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. Originally called a hero, federal investigators later branded him a suspect, which created a firestorm of scrutiny from the FBI to his depiction […]

“The International” Pilot Ordered From CBS With Dolph Lundgren

Sylvester Stallone and Dolph Lundgren are working together again, but not in the way you might think. CBS put out a pilot order for a one-hour drama called The International with Lundgren set to star as Anders Soto, who is “part negotiator” and “part international spy”, according to The Wrap. Soto is a covert black-ops […]

“Lost in Space” Season Two Trailer: A Boy and His Lost Robot

“Lost In Space” Season Two Trailer: A Boy & His Lost Robot

Netflix released the trailer for the second season of Lost in Space, which surrounds Will Robinson(Maxwell Jenkins) and his search for the whereabouts of the Robot (Brian Steele). The trailer begins with Will talking to his mother, Maureen Robinson (Molly Parker about how to go about the search. Not sure where to begin, he speculates […]

“Human Resources”: New Netflix Animated Workplace Show from Creators of “Big Mouth”

New Netflix Animated Show “Human Resources” Debuts At NYCC

The creators of Big Mouth has their next project lined up for Netflix, an animated workplace comedy called Human Resources. The streaming service made the announcement at New York Comic-Con. Human Resources is the brainchild of Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Mark Levin, Jennifer Flackett, and producer Kelly Galuska. Details are scant about the series other […]

Gossip: So What Did Happen With Marvel and Sony Over Spider-Man Anyway?

“Spider-Man” Star Tom Holland Key in Getting Disney-Sony Deal Done

Tom Holland is a man of many talents. Not only does he possess the athleticism and wit to portray Spider-Man for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but he also was key for Disney and Sony reconciling to get their latest deal done. Six weeks after the negotiations went to a halt on August 20th that saw […]

“Pippi Longstocking” Film in Development from StudioCanal, Heyday Films

“Pippi Longstocking” Film in Development from StudioCanal, Heyday Films

The producers of the Paddington and Paddington 2 are bringing back another beloved children’s figure in Pippi Longstocking. Based on the works of Astrid Lindgren, Pippi Longstocking is an energetic and super strong girl with red pigtails. StudioCanal and David Heyman’s Heyday Films will be producing the project with the Atrid Lindgren Company, according to […]

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Untapped Potential: Why Pro-Wrestling Biopics Are So Hard to Pull Off [OPINION]

The story of World Wrestling Entertainment’s (WWE) Paige, become a rare exception in the world of professional wrestling that it showed authenticity and achieved what it wanted with hardly any filtering. Lack of Dramatization When you look at another acclaimed film in Darren Aronofsky’s The Wrestler where the protagonist in Randy “The Ram” Robinson (Mickey […]

“The King’s Man” Trailer Reveals More Origins of First Group

“The King’s Man” Trailer Reveals More Origins of First Group

While the first trailer to The King’s Man prominently features Ralph Fiennes as the Duke of Oxford and the need for the group, the second introduces how the first team comes together. Matthew Vaughn returns to direct the prequel and third film of the Kingsman series, loosely based on the comics of the same name […]