LEGO is no stranger to the sci-fi genre. It's inspired block sets, video games, puzzles, and now movie posters.
Richard Matheson's 1954 novel I Am Legend has been adapted for the big screen a few times, most recently in the 2007 Will Smith flick of the same name. But did you know Ridley Scott tried to get a Legend movie off the ground in 1997, and got so far along that some freaky vampire concept footage was made?
A long-threatened sequel to the 2007 Will Smith apocalypse flick I Am Legend is moving forward again—but Smith's involvement still hinges on the final version of the script.
Hollywood has been making films based on Richard Matheson's fiction for more than 50 years. His novel I Am Legend produced not one but three flicks, and the latest adaptation of his work—Real Steel—opens Friday.
It's okay for a film to modify a book a little for the sake of the medium. Heck, if they made A Tale of Two Cities into a movie today we'd expect at least 10 explosions and a hostage standoff. But in the case of some sci-fi films, the book's ending was completely thrown out in favor of a new plot twist.
If you want to survive the future of The Road or 2012, you'll need these guys. Well. some of them anyway.
The Box has been on the receiving end of some pretty harsh reviews—it's currently at 49% on the Tomatometer. But whatever you do,...
I Am Legend director Francis Lawrence tells us what he wants in a proposed prequel.