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Stephen King’s The Dark Tower may find new home at Warner Brothers

Warner Brothers is close to closing a deal with Ron Howard to direct at least the first feature film from Stephen King’s post-apocalyptic Western The Dark Tower. You may remember Universal Pictures dropped the property last July after considering developing it as three feature films and two limited-run TV series. Javier Bardem was attached […]

Brian Grazer: Reduced budget means The Dark Tower will get made

Back in July Universal Pictures pulled the plug on Ron Howard’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower, but producer Brian Grazer recently revealed that together with screenwriter Akiva Goldsman and director Ron Howard, they’ve found a way to trim $45-50M from the original $140M budget and that means the film will “get made” […]

Universal passes on Ron Howard’s The Dark Tower

Universal Pictures has passed on plans to adapt Stephen King’s 7-novel series Dark Tower into an ambitious big-screen and television project, Deadline reports:

The moment has come for Universal Pictures to fish or cut bait on The Dark Tower, the ultra-ambitious adaptation of the Stephen King 7-novel series that was going to […]

Ron Howard, Brian Grazer and Akiva Goldsman to develop Stephen King’s The Dark Tower

J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot production company has let go of the rights to Stephen King’s The Dark Tower. Abrams had been trying to develop the book into a film.

With the rights reverting back to its author, Ron Howard, Brian Grazer and Akiva Goldsman are teaming up to adapt the Fantasy Western into both […]

Brian De Palma on Paramount’s short list to direct Paranormal Activity 2

The LA Times’ 24 Frames blog reports that Paramount Pictures is currently looking over several directors to helm Paranormal Activity 2, including Brian De Palma, Brad Anderson (“Transsiberian”) and Greg McLean (“Wolf Creek”). 24 Frames also reports that at one time producer Akiva Goldsman was in consideration.

Of course this is all happening because […]

Fox to Reboot Fantastic Four; Akiva Goldsman Set as Producer

With Disney just recently announcing the acquisition of Marvel Entertainment in a $4 billion deal, 20th Century Fox shot back with their announcement that they are looking to reboot one of their major Marvel franchises; Fantastic Four.  The studio announced today that they have hired Akiva Goldsman to reboot the property as a producer.  […]