'Sharp Objects' hides all its secrets in the credits.
May the curse of bad Hollywood anime adaptations finally be lifted.
Embracing the limited series format is the best approach to adapting Green's moving debut novel.
Nothing is unfilmable anymore; let's put these childhood favorites on the big (or small) screen.
A warm light for all mankind? No problem. Fahrenheit 451's Michael Shannon and Michael B. Jordan are ready to pile your books together and burn 'em all.
Saul Dibb's latest proves an alarmingly relevant release in the centenary year of the end of the First World War.
G.I. Joe, Micronauts, D&D. Get ready for the Cinematic Toypocalypse of 2020 and 2021.
If done right, Fox's third Green adaptation could potentially address OCD onscreen in valuable ways.
Kerry Washington's production company is also on board with the potential franchise.
The girls of Mystery, Inc. will star in a prequel film set in their teen years.