Shane Black appeared at San Diego Comic-Con's Hall H to unveil new footage from The Predator.
The Rock gives a long-awaited update on Shane Black's proposed update of Doc Savage, but it doesn't sound good.
Director Shane Black has blasted out a quick glimpse at the jungle floor while confirming that The Predator trailer is just around the corner.
With a 2019 release date now in place, Universal is eyeing director Shane Black to direct a Fast & Furious spin-off with The Rock and Jason Statham.
Shane Black will help bring Warren Murphy's Remo Williams books to life on the big screen with Sony Pictures' The Destroyer adaptation.
New Predator director Shane Black teases that he and writer Fred Dekker plan on exploring and expanding the existing mythology instead of starting from scratch.
Shane Black, who played Hawkins in the original 1987 action classic Predator, has been tasked with directing, producing and overseeing the writing process on 20th Century Fox's reboot.
Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling are being eyed to play two men who are drawn into the apparent suicide of a porn star in Shane Black's crime noir The Nice Guys.
He will write and direct this adaptation of the 1930s comic book about a multi-talented adventurer who travels the world to stop evil forces.
The writer-director and producer explore Tony Stark's troubled journey in this Marvel Phase Two sequel, in theaters May 3rd.
The scientist works alongside Maya Hansen in harnessing the power of nanotechnology in this Marvel Phase II sequel, in theaters this May.
Director Shane Black is also seen in this gallery from the Marvel Studios panel, press line, and the Iron Man kids costume contest.
The new director of this Marvel franchise will collaborate with screenwriter Drew Pearce.
The new director isn't planning on including any other Marvel characters, offering a Tom Clancy thriller-style storyline.
The Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang director will replace Jon Favreau for this third installment of Marvel's popular franchise, set for release on May 3, 2013.
The director is not a sure thing, as Marvel Studios looks for other writers and directors to fill the spot left open by Jon Favreau.
The project will be adapted from the Japanese manga about a young man who finds a notebook which can kill anyone whose name is written in it.