Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions are putting the new Wolfman on the fast track with director Leigh Whannell.Ryan Scott
Blumhouse Productions is teaming with Leigh Whannell for a sequel to 2018's Upgrade as a TV series.Ryan Scott
The Invisible Man's Leigh Whannell discusses his desire to bring the iconic vampire, Dracula, to the big screen.Jon Fuge
We could end up seeing some more Universal Monster movies with Leigh Whannell at the helm as a result of his new deal at Blumhouse.Kevin Burwick
Director of the upcoming horror The Invisible Man, Leigh Whannell, explains the hilarious reason why he decided to leave the Saw franchise.Jon Fuge
Director/writer Leigh Whannell takes the classic horror film and novel in a completely different direction.Julian Roman
Leigh Whannell and Jason Blum are both interested in Upgrade 2, possibly with a bigger budget.Ryan Scott
Wyatt Russell may end up taking on the iconic Snake Plissken role in Leigh Whannell's Escape from New York reboot.Kevin Burwick
Director Leigh Whannell reveals filming has wrapped on The Invisible Man reboot, with the editing process about to get underway.Ryan Scott
Blumhouse's remake of The Invisible Man has locked down a 2020 release date, with Leigh Whannell set to direct.Ryan Scott
Leigh Whannell has been tapped to write and possibly even direct the long-gestating Escape From New York remake.Ryan Scott
Universal has tapped Leigh Whannell to direct a new adaptation of Universal's The Invisible Man.Jeremy Dick
Leigh Whannell takes drastic measures to flee from a huge Lithuanian in our exclusive clip from The Mule, available now on DVD.
Saw creator James Wan will produce this continuation of the horror series, in theaters 2015.B. Alan Orange
The Australian producer/actor was recently interviewed and discussed the upcoming horror sequels he's involved with.
Lin Shaye, Leigh Whannell and Producer Jason Blum are also on hand for a look at this anticipated horror sequel, in theaters this weekend.Julian Roman
James Wan is in talks to direct a sequel to last year's successful horror tale, which will start shooting later this year.
The director and screenwriter of the original 2004 horror classic reveal they will come back if they're allowed to put a new spin on the series.