‘The Boys’ Season 3 Announces Premiere Date With New Teaser
‘The Boys’ are back in town.
Seth Rogen’s ‘The Boys’ Gets First Teaser, Plus Simon Pegg Joins
Get the first look at Amazon’s graphic novel adaption of ‘The Boys,’ plus casting and plot details from NYCC.
First Look at Amazon’s ‘The Boys’ Stays True To the Comic Cover
A different kind of superhero show is coming to Amazon with Seth Rogen’s adaption of ‘The Boys.’ Check out the first look.
Karl Urban Joins Amazon's 'The Boys' to Beat Up Superheroes
Not content with adding Lord of the Rings, Dredd and Star Trek to his pop culture resume, Karl Urban is taking on Amazon’s The Boys. The fan-favorite star will lead the new adaptation of Garth Ennis’ comic, as directed by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.
Karl Urban Says Alex Garland Was the Real Director of ‘Dredd’
Garland was the writer of the film; Karl Urban says he, and not Pete Travis, was the actual director.
Karl Urban Knows ‘Nothing’ About a Possible ‘Star Trek 4’
The star of ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ said he’d “love” to make another ‘Star Trek’ movie, but says he doesn’t know about any new developments in the franchise.
Karl Urban in Talks for 'Judge Dredd: Mega City One' Series
A potential TV reboot of Judge Dredd seemed like tacit admission that Dredd sequel was never getting off the ground, just as producer hopes to return Karl Urban to the role were wishful thinking at best. Now, Urban himself says “discussions” are taking place, and if he likes the Mega-City One material, “I will be there.”
'Judge Dredd: Mega-City One' Producer Wants Karl Urban Back
The announcement of a potential Judge Dredd: Mega-City One TV series dashed hopes that Karl Urban would finally get that Dredd sequel, but should it? According to one Mega-City producer, “we are going to have some long and complicated conversations” about Urban’s return.
‘Pacific Rim 2’ Set Photo Reveals Returning Favorites
Aside from headliner John Boyega, there aren’t any “big” names in the Pacific Rim sequel, aside from Scott Eastwood (who isn’t quite as well-known as his surname). Guillermo del Toro’s original plan for Uprising (previously titled Maelstrom) was for Charlie Day, Burn Gorman and Rinko Kikuchi to reprise their roles from the first film, but when Steven S. DeKnight took over directing duties, those plans became far less certain — and we’ve been left to wonder which characters, if any, might actually return. Thankfully, a new set photo helps clear things up a bit.