Who will give you the hook? Do it once again? The Candyman can! And he will! Jordan Peele, who has been keeping busy since branching out with the horror film Get Out, has co-written a re-imagining of the 1992 cult horror film Candyman. The original film revolved around a mysterious killer with a hook, played […]Read More Peele to Unleash “Candyman” Reboot
In another gender reversal reboot, Taraji P. Henson will learn What Men Want. With the success of Mel Gibson‘s 2000 comedy What Women Want, which had a Chinese language remake in 2011 with Andy Lau in the Gibson role, it’s now time to reverse the odds with Henson going full speed. In the film, Ali […]Read More Henson Knows “What Men Want” in Trailer to Gender-Reversal Reboot
When it was first announced that Charlie’s Angels is once again getting the big-screen treatment and the Angels may have been found for this reboot of the 2000 and 2003 films. Currently in talks to play the new “Angels” are Kristen Stewart, Lupita Nyogo’o, and Naomi Scott. Stewart is best known for her role as […]Read More Has “Charlie” Found His “Angels” in Reboot?
What had looked to be a most likely promising collaboration of resurrection has turned into a situation on life support. When it was announced that Colin Hardy would be directing a reboot of The Crow with Jason Momoa to play dead rock star turned ghostly avenger Eric Draven, it seemed like there was hope […]Read More Star and Director Departures Put “Crow” Reboot on Life Support
Could Doug Liman‘s next film be the reboot of a classic ensemble cross-country race? Liman is in early talks to helm the reboot of the 1981 film The Cannonball Run, in which an ensemble cast would compete in a cross-country car race. The original film was directed by Hal Needham and starred the likes of […]Read More Could Liman Be In Charge of the “Run”?
Todd McFarlane has found his new Spawn. McFarlane, who created the legendary comic book hero in 1992, is set to direct a live-action adaptation of his own character based on his own script. The story revolved around Al Simmons, a former Marine betrayed by his own boss and is killed in a blazing inferno. Sent […]Read More Foxx is the New “Spawn”
It’s the first Friday of the month, so that means it’s time to unleash this month’s Indie Action Spotlight, where we highlight some indie action films and stunt/fight reels of performers who bust their tails to provide entertainment for the fans. This month’s Clip of the Month goes to Max Puerner‘s homage to 70’s grindhouse […]Read More Indie Action Spotlight – May 2018