Worried that all the baddies that keep popping up in Spidey 2 could lead to an overflow of Sam Raimi proportions?
Ever wonder why J.J. Abrams’ upcoming Star Trek sequel was called Into Darkness?
Star Trek's John Cho reuniting with Trek writers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci for supernatural drama Sleepy Hollow? Yes, please.
The writers behind J.J. Abrams' Star Trek series are prepping their own sci-fi epic.
It looks like Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are bringing some of their sci-fi Fringe tricks to the Sleepy Hollow series.
Last week, we reported that wildly popular comic series, Locke & Key, was possibly bypassing its failed TV series and becoming a trilogy of films. Today we finally get some confirmation.
A pilot for a TV series based on Joe Hill's atmospheric Locke and Key graphic novel was one of the best shopped around in the 2010-11 season. And yet, the quirky story of a group of kids exploring a mysterious, mystical house sadly failed to get a pick up. But, the story may not end there.
Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman are busy guys. They're wrapping up work on Star Trek 2 with J. J. Abrams, waiting for the final season of Fringe to air, writing the sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man, producing Ender's Game and overseeing reboots of Van Helsing and The Mummy.
As if Robert Orci and Alex Kurtzman weren't already busy enough with TV shows and movies including (among others) the Star Trek sequel, the writing superteam has just paired with Underworld director Len Wiseman for a TV series based on the legend of Sleep Hollow. But, of course, with a twist.
If you'll remember, J.J. Abrams' Star Trek 2 was originally eyed for release this month, though the film was eventually bumped back to May, 2013—which is good, since filming literally just wrapped a few weeks ago. But why was the delay necessary to begin with? Co-writer, Alex Kurtzman explains ...