What were the alien objects responsible for these telekinetic powers? The writer reveals more details about his rejected Chronicle 2 script.
The original Chronicle writer shares his plans for the sequel, which he left due to a difference of opinion earlier in the year.
The creator of the original found footage superhero thriller explains why he parted ways with Fox on the follow-up to this cult hit.
The screenwriter shoots down earlier reports that 20th Century Fox was not happy with his script because it wasn't more like the first Chronicle.
The studio essentially wanted another version of the original Chronicle, instead of Max Landis' evolution of the story.
We also have a full gallery of images from this Josh Trank directed found-footage superhero thriller, on Blu-ray and DVD Tuesday, May 11th.
The director takes the found footage genre to new heights with this thrilling adventure, debuting on Blu-ray and DVD May 15th.
The first film grossed more than $105 million at the box office worldwide since the Fox released it in February.
The Woman in Black takes second place with $21 million, while Big Miracle finishes in fourth place with $8.5 million.
Take a fresh look at Josh Trank's found-footage superhero drama before it arrives in theaters this Friday, February 3rd.
Director Josh Trank and stars Alex Russell, Dane DeHaan, and Michael B. Jordan discuss this found-footage drama due in theaters February 3.
Dane DeHaan uses his new found powers of telekinesis to extort money from strangers in this Josh Trank directed superhero drama.
Thinkmodo executed a unique campaign for 20th Century Fox's fount-footage superhero drama over the weekend.
Josh Trank directs this found-footage riff on Zapped starring Michael B. Jordon and Dane DeHaan.
Alex Russell, Dane DeHaan, and Michael B. Jordan star in this thriller as three Seattle teenagers with telepathic capabilities.
Three high school friends discover amazing super-human abilities in Josh Trank's Zapped remake.
Michael B. Jordan, Dane DeHaan, and Alex Russell headline this found-footage thriller about three teens with the powers of telekinesis.
Josh Trank directs this found-footage drama about three high school kids who develop super-human powers.
Alex Russell, Dane DeHann, and Michael B. Jordan star as three teenagers who inexplicably develop super-human powers.