Kingsman director Matthew Vaughn has announced a slew of new Kingsman projects he's planning.
Matthew Vaughn is going back to his roots to reboot the franchise he started with Kick Ass.
Director Matthew Vaughn is seriously considering taking on a future DC movie for Warner Bros.
Director Matthew Vaughn is currently working on ideas for Kingsman 3, but will he return to direct it or hand it off to someone else?
Director and actor Jon Favreau was rumored to take over the second Star Wars Anthology spinoff movie, but he says it won't happen.
Kick-Ass director Matthew Vaughn reveals he is working on an idea for a Hit-Girl and Big Daddy prequel that will lead into Kick-Ass 3.
Directors Jon Favreau and Matthew Vaughn are reportedly circling the second Star Wars anthology movie rumored to be about Boba Fett and Han Solo.
A new rumor claims that Kingsman and X-Men director Matthew Vaughn has taken over for Josh Trank on Fantastic Four.
Matthew Vaughn believes he can convince Chloe Moretz to come back as Hit Girl in Kick-Ass 3.
Director Matthew Vaughn expresses his interest in directing either a new Star Wars movie, or the impending Indiana Jones reboot at Disney.
Producer Matthew Vaughn reveals that fans of Josh Trank's Chronicle will enjoy his upcoming Fantastic Four reboot.
Kingsman: The Secret Service director Matthew Vaughn thinks fans have 'had enough' of dark superhero movies made by Christopher Nolan.
Matthew Vaughn will produce the Ghostgirl YA novel adaptation, about a high school girl who refuses to let go of her crush after she dies.
Matthew Vaughn goes onto explain that this will be a true reboot of the Marvel property, and has nothing to do with the previous two movies.
The project is based on Mark Millar's comic book about a veteran Secret Service agent who mentors a young protege.
Chronicle filmmaker Josh Trank is directing this Marvel reboot that brings Mr. Fantastic, The Human Torch, The Invisible Girl, and The Thing back together.
Steven Spielberg, J.J. Abrams, and Brad Bird Top Contenders for Star Wars: Episode VII; Zack Snyder Not Interested
Michael Arndt's 50-page treatment is going out to the biggest directors in Hollywood.
The comic book creator reveals that the filmmaker departed from X-Men: Days of Future Past to make an adaptation of the comic book Secret Service.
The X-Men: First Class director is said to be in early discussions, and this is why he dropped out of X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Bryan Singer is being eyed for 20th Century Fox's X-Men: First Class sequel.