Linking up with the Guardians of the Galaxy filmmaker behind the scenes, the 80s icon has expressed his delight and caution over a proposed remake of the series
Working under the guise of his own production company One Race Television, the Guardians of the Galaxy star will link up with Chris Morgan to bring the remake to the small screens.
Wanting to create a low budget title that would work as a "dark supernatural thriller," the comic book creator explained the rationale behind his studio choice.
Filmmaker Andres Muschietti outlined his audition process for the new installment, explaining that the Doctor Strange star was considered for the leading role
Given the green light by the studio Blumhouse to go forth with the remake, the creator told a gathered crowd at SDCC that Spawn won't be the main protagonist.
As the studio earmarks two DC installments for 2020, they are preparing to give the horror classic a fourth remake.
Mike Mignola explains that Neil Marshall's upcoming blockbuster was originally designed to continue Guillermo del Toro's universe.
Written off as a fringe comic book hero before Wesley Snipes made him a star, the Marvel producer has lent his weight to a return for the vampire slayer.
Following on from the high profile dismissal for the Han Solo project, filmmaker Neil Marshall says his remake will have the license to get truly violent.
Patton Oswalt decided to host the two Hollywood actors for a special dinner as the torch was passed to play the comic book icon.
The veteran actor took a parting shot at filmmaker Paul Feig for not taking his advice during the production phase of the comedy.
Based on the character Abe Sapien, writer Peter Briggs went into detail about the screenplay he would have created for Universal before the Neil Marshall installment was granted.