Marc Forster will direct late filmmaker Stanley Kubrick's unproduced script The Downslope as the first movie in a planned trilogy.
Pierce Brown wrote the screenplay based on his new novel, which revolves around a working-class revolt on Mars.
The star reveals that there is enough to mine from the books for a potential follow-up to director Marc Forster's zombie adaptation.
The director behind this June 5th release reveals how he got involved in the real-life story of drug dealer-turned-savior Sam Childers.
The graphic novel adaptation follows a secret government program to turn schizophrenics into assassins.
The director reveals his adaptation of Max Brooks' zombie novel is, 'as faithful as possible,' although certain changes were made, including how the zombies move.
A hungry flesh eater attacks a driver on the Glasgow set of Marc Forster's zombie apocalypse thriller starring Brad Pitt.
Cinematographer Robert Richardson is currently working on the Max Brooks adaptation, which may start shooting very soon.
He will produce and possibly direct the true-story adaptation.