Director Joe Cornish follows Attack the Block with his brilliant new take on the Arthurian Legend The Kid Who Would be King.
20th Century Fox has released the first trailer for The Kid Who Would be King, which takes a very different approach to the legend of King Arthur.
The studio has tapped the Attack the Block director for their upcoming King Kong reboot Skull Island which is slated for a November 4, 2016 release.
Aaron Berg wrote the script for this historical spy thriller which follows Great Britain's secret intelligence agencey, Military Intelligence, Section 6 during World War I.
Jon M. Chu dropped out of the project back in October. Other contenders include Andres Muschietti and duo Phil Lord and Chris Miller.
The director is no longer interested in taking over for J.J. Abrams on this upcoming sequel. Rupert Wyatt or Jon M. Chu may be next in line for the job.
J.J. Abrams is out due to his involvement with Star Wars: Episode VII. Paramount doesn't have a deal with the Ant-Man writer just yet.
The filmmaker is reportedly one of the top contenders to replace J.J. Abrams for the return of this sci-fi franchise.
The Attack the Block director is adapting the futuristic Neal Stephenson novel about a computer virus that transfers from the screen to the user.
Director Joe Cornish confirms multiple possibilities are in the works for a continuation of his alien invasion thriller.
Nicolas Winding Refn and John Moore are also being considered for this 20th Century Fox action sequel starring Bruce Willis.
We go one-on-one with the writer/director of the highly buzzed about sci-fi action movie.
Aliens are on the prowl in this hyper-active new look at Joe Cornish's buzzed about sci-fi comedy thriller.
Inner city youths battle outer space aliens in Joe Cornish's instant sci-fi classic from producer Edgar Wright.
Screenwriters Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish revealed the initial treatment for the Marvel project existed before Wright's Hot Fuzz.
A gang of inner-city hoodies battle an alien invasion in Joe Cornish's sci-fi thriller.