We’re still not sold on the idea of director Bong Joon-Ho‘’s iconic Snowpiercer joining the ranks of movies remade as TV series, even with Joon-Ho’s involvement, but the train is officially leaving the station. TNT has given out an official pilot order to an adaptation of the 2013 South Korean sci-fi, with Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles scribe Josh Friedman at the controls.
Let TV’s love of vampires or movie reboots never cease! Up next on the assembly line is TNT’s rendition of cult horror favorite Let the Right One In, albeit one sure to raise questions of keeping child actors realistically unaged.
Apart from a world far enough in shock to dismiss any thought of TV, TNT had the good sense to reschedule its third season premiere of naval drama The Last Ship this past Sunday, owing to violent content tragically reminiscent of the Orlando attack. Now, the network has confirmed a new date for the two-hour premiere, moving the debut of Murder in the First as well.
It’s oft been said of erstwhile breakout director M. Night Shyamalan that the filmmaker had run out of ideas, but his new TNT Tales From the Crypt may never have that problem. The new series has partnered with Wattpad to crowdsource stories and horror trends, even recruiting writers directly to work on the series.
If ever you thought that TNT’s redux of Tales From the Crypt under one-time suspense master M. Night Shyamalan was only a nightmare, have we got a twist for you. Not only has TNT greenlit the new Tales From the Crypt to series, well also have a “newly reinvented” Crypt Keeper to tell them.
We first learned back in January that TNT had in mind to resurrect the classic Tales From the Crypt with M. Night Shyamalan curating new horror stories, though details were few and far between. Now, the Sixth Sense director at least confirms that the classic “Crypt Keeper” character will return, though perhaps not as we remember.
Given the amount of time passed, no one was exactly surprised to hear that TNT’s Teen Titans adaptation Titans was officially shut down, though many wondered if another network might swoop into rescue the DC drama. Perhaps, according to DC creative boss Geoff Johns, who says “we have plans for Titans.”
No one was exactly surprised to learn that TNT had passed on an adaptation of DC’s Teen Titans under writer Akiva Goldsman, given how little the project had moved forward in recent months. That said, what stopped TNT from getting into the increasingly-crowed TV superhero game?
TNT’s proposed Titans TV series, based on the DC Teen Titans of their namesake, has officially hung up the cape. After years in development, the network confirms it has abandoned development of the Akiva Goldsman led series, leaving DC fans to make do with only Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Gotham, Supergirl …
As if the renewal of FOX’s Wayward Pines weren’t enough of an anchor keeping M. Night Shyamalan on TV, The Sixth Sense director now has his own crypt. Tales From the Crypt, that is, a reboot of the classic anthology series landing on TNT.