Despite the fact that it was awesome, Karl Urban’s big screen Dredd reboot was a major box office bomb.
J.J. Abrams has found the face of his Human pilot with an actor from his Star Trek series.
As awesome as it was, the recent big screen reboot of Judge Dredd was a massive failure at the box office. But that doesn’t exactly mean the chances for a sequel are completely off the table.
Seventeen years since his disastrous big screen appearance, the iconic Judge Dredd returns in Dredd. This time the movie features a modest budget and focuses on the characters rather than a big name superstar.
Ever since he was cast as the iconic futuristic lawman, we've had faith that Karl Urban would deliver a better performance than Sylvester Stallone did in 1995's much-maligned Judge Dredd. The Dredd trailers seem to prove us right, but it wasn't just dumb luck that made Urban better. He worked at it, right down to that menacing, gravelly voice.
The upcoming Dredd reboot looks to be one of the darkest, bloodiest comic book-based films we've seen in ages—and some new footage shows just how violent it will be.
Here comes the long arm of the law. This fall, Karl Urban puts on a helmet and becomes judge, jury and executioner in Dredd 3D. A new poster for the film has been released and his perma-frown is front and center.
Dredd 3D's marketing machine is revving up with more posters and images from the mega-violent movie starring Karl Urban. Here's the latest ads from Lionsgate showing Dredd's sinister profile leveling his Lawgiver. Let the head-shot hoedown begin!
Some new promo shots from the upcoming Dredd flick have been released, showing off even more of the gritty world we can expect from the new Mega-City One—and the more we see, the more we like.
A few days ago, Star Trek and Dredd actor Karl Urban promised us that we'd see some exclusive Trek 2 footage by the end of Comic-Con weekend. The actor kept his word ... and delivered.