The Iron Man 3 screenwriter explains why his shelved Runaways script works now better than ever.
Earth’s Mightiest Heroes derailed plans for Drew Pearce’s adaptation of Runaways, but the Iron Man 3 screenwriter holds out hope that the film could be revived as part of Marvel’s Phase Three.
Drew Pearce, the writer of films like Iron Man 3 and the upcoming Pacific Rim, has signed on to Mission: Impossible 5 for Tom Cruise and Paramount Pictures
Legendary Pictures has tapped Drew Pearce (No Heroics, Iron Man 3) to age up the characters in a four-week polish of director Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla film.
New photos from the Florida set of Iron Man 3 show the Extremis and Iron Patriot armors, as well as star Robert Downey Jr. as a carousing Tony Stark. Directed by Shane Black, the film opens May 3, 2013.
A rumor has emerged suggesting that everything we thought we knew about the new Iron Man 3 revealed at Comic-Con International is wrong. Needless to say, potential spoilers follow.
A third film in the Guy Ritchie-directed Sherlock Holmes franchise is already being worked on by Drew Pearce before Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows premieres.
Screenwriter Drew Pearce reveals that Marvel’s Runaways was put on hold so the studio could focus on The Avengers. Now he says, “fingers crossed,” the movie could begin production in 2012.
It looks like the Kiss Kiss Bang Bang writer-director will do double duty on the next installment of Marvel’s Iron Man franchise, collaborating with No Heroics creator Drew Pearce on the screenplay.