Men in Black director Barry Sonnenfeld is in talks to helm Lore, the Warner Bros. adaptation of 2003 IDW Publishing miniseries by Ashley Wood and T.P. Louise. Dwayne Johnson is attached to star.
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Ringu director Hideo Nakata is set to helm The Suicide Forest an adaptation of the IDW Publishing thriller by El Torres and Gabriel Hernandez.
With Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is attached to star in an adaptation of Lore, the 2003 IDW Publishing miniseries by Ashley Wood and T.P. Louise.
Saw cinematographer David A. Armstrong is set to helm Crawl to Me, based on the recent IDW Publishing horror comic by Alan Robert.
Ahead of the Dec. 16 premiere of Remains, the TV movie based on the comic by Steve Niles and Kieron Dwyer, Chiller has released an online prequel called Road to Reno.
After being rejected by Fox and shopped to other networks, the adaptation of the acclaimed IDW Publishing horror series has reportedly come to the attention of MTV.
A trailer for Locke & Key has made its way online more than three months after Fox passed on the adaptation of the acclaimed horror comic by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez.
The former child star, who earned an Oscar nomination for his role in The Sixth Sense, will play young Victor Frankenstein in the adaptation of the horror comic by Steve Niles and Chee.
IDW Publishing has confirmed that it will screen the rejected pilot for the adaptation of the acclaimed horror comic at Comic-Con International, followed by a panel featuring creators Joe Hill, Gabriel Rodriguez and the show’s producers.
Although Fox passed on the adaptation of the acclaimed horror comic, writer Joe Hill has revealed that fans may have a chance to watch the pilot at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Despite hopes that the pilot rejected last month by Fox might find a home at The CW or Syfy, it appears as if the comic-book adaptation has reached a dead end: The sets are scheduled to be dismantled at the end of the month, with a Fox spokesman confirming the show won’t go forward.
Although Fox passed on the adaptation of the acclaimed comic by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez, word has emerged that producers are talking with Syfy and The CW about picking up the supernatural thriller.