Dredd star Karl Urban has exposed the fact that Pete Travis didn't really direct the cult favorite movie.
Dredd star Karl Urban says conversations are happening for a potential Judge Dredd TV series on either Netflix or Amazon.
Producer Adi Shankar has debuted all six episodes of Judge Dredd: Superfiend, along with an introduction to this universe.
Producer Adi Shankar explains why he made this six-episode Judge Dredd: Superfiend miniseries, debuting new photos with the first trailer.
The full trailer will be released Thursday, October 23 for the Dredd spinoff mini-series Judge Dredd: Superfiend
Dredd producer Adi Shankar teases a look at his animated web series Superfiend, an unofficial followup to the cult comic book movie.
Dredd producer Adi Shankar's7-part mini-series focuses on the Dark Judges, and will be available for free sometime in October.
Karl Urban reveals that the Dredd prequel will likely involve Judge Dredd going on a quest to find Fargo, the first Chief Judge.
The 2012 comic book adaptation's popularity on home video has lead to the possibility of this follow-up actually happening.
More than 10,000 people have already signed 2000AD's petition to get a sequel off the ground starring Karl Urban as Judge Dredd.
The actor has met with writer-producer Alex Garland about making a follow-up to the critically-acclaimed 2012 action-thriller.
Writer Alex Garland and star Karl Urban have a trilogy in mind for this under-seen comic book adaptation.
Karl Urban stars as Mega City One's Judge Dredd, who squares off against the villainous Ma-Ma in Pete Travis' sci-fi thriller.
Or will fellow new releases End of Watch, House at the End of the Street or Trouble With the Curve take home the box office crown?
Karl Urban explains that he only needs to put on the elaborate costume to be one with his character in director Pete Travis' action-thriller.
Karl Urban and Olivia Thirlby star in director Pete Travis' sci-fi action thriller about two law enforcers trying to rid Mega City One of a new drug.
We also have a new clip featuring Olivia Thirlby telling Karl Urban she wants to make a difference in this dystopian landscape.