Universal is recalibrating its approach to its iconic Monsters.
To paraphrase Stephen King, sometimes they come back … and often they suck.
“There are not a lot of female directors period,” he said.
Todd McFarlane, who created the comic antihero, will write and direct the movie.
The surprisingly resonant series offers up a prequel that examines The Purge’s beginnings.
Adaptation of memoir by an African-American police detective who infiltrated the KKK to star John David Washington.
Afflect will portray a Missouri small-town farmer turned academic.
Here’s your subtitle: “The Sequel HE Came Home…”
The sixth and purportedly final entry is a limp noodle.
The Key and Peele comic has hooked up with Blumhouse Productions.
Kids aren’t scary.
Mind you, the top film currently has a 6% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.