Dust off your bandages and prepare to enter Universal's tomb for a reboot of Eqyptian proportions. Wiseman tosses vamps and werewolves for a crinkly dead pharaoh, resurrecting the "T" in terrifying horror flicks.
In addition to being panned by critics, Len Wiseman's reboot of Total Recall also failed to inspire any box office buzz. So what was the problem? Wiseman thinks he's figured it out, and it has a lot to do with original early-90s star Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The touted reboot of the classic sci-fi flick Total Recall may have failed to impress the critics with its clunky plot, but it definitely wasn't short on sci-fi spectacles and bone-crunching action. Sadly, with only so much running time available, not every action set piece made the cut—but this deleted scene totally should have, and would've only added to the sci-fi insanity.
The Total Recall panel at Comic-Con today featured a brand new, six-minute extended trailer for director Len Wiseman's remake of the Arnold Schwarzenegger/Paul verhoeven classic, and we don't think the action stopped once.
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.