Alex Kurtzman will reportedly oversee development of “Star Trek’s” long-discussed return to television. Updated!
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The writer/producer promises that, despite references to the new Universal monsters universe as an “epic action-adventure,” the movies will contain horror.
CBS spotlighted “Extant,” “Under the Dome,” “Zoo,” “Scorpion” and the new adaptation of “Limitless” during a marathon panel at Comic-Con International.
The A-list writer-producer talks with SPINOFF about his new CBS drama, and provides an update on Sony’s upcoming Venom film.
Alex Kurtzman says the appeal of his Venom film is allowing the antihero to do things “that you can’t do with Spider-Man.”
Responding to criticism of the sequel, the actor says he “genuinely loved” the script, but then Sony stepped in to make edits.
Stars Robert Patrick, Katharine McPhee and Elyes Gabel joined the producers and the CBS drama’s real-life inspiration for the pilot screening and Q&A.
The studio is looking to transform the bestselling novel series into a big-screen franchise, with Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman on board to produce.
The Star Trek and Amazing Spider-Man 2 writer has been hired to direct Universal’s reboot of The Mummy.
Universal Pictures reportedly is take a cue from Marvel in plotting a cinematic universe for such classic monsters as Dracula, the Wolfman and the Mummy.