After years of rumors and false starts, it seems one of the most iconic video game franchises ever created is finally coming to the big screen. Terrorists, look out, because Solid Snake is on the case.
Vatican priests with a penchant for the paranormal may be coming to a theater near you soon, as the graphic novel The Order has officially been optioned for a movie deal.
The first footage from the new animated adaptation of Frank Miller's Batman: The Dark Knight Returns has been released, and even a few of Gotham's finest are glad to see the Caped Crusader is back on the case.
People like movies, and people like stuff. It didn't take much to put the two together, and nowadays huge tie-in marketing campaigns are to be expected with hit movies. But that doesn't mean they all make sense.
If you're looking to make a hit movie, and you work at Fox, you don't have to look too far. Between a hit trilogy, the Wolverine flick, and the buzzy prequel First Class, X-Men is a proven commodity—and they want to milk it for all its worth.
Fox has optioned Ray Bradbury's "The Martian Chronicles" with "I, Robot" producer John Davis to make into a blockbuster movie, possibly in 3-D.
Minimalist sci-fi movie posters by Pedro Vidotto for Iron Man, The Matrix, Twilight, Avatar, Beetlejuice, and more.
Warner Brothers and producer Roy Lee are developing a movie based on the Lego toy line.
Lucas Cruikshank and Jaimie King have signed on for Kyle Newman's adaptation of Stephen Emond's Emo Boy comic book.