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Get a First Look at ‘The Wonder Years’ Reboot from Producer Lee Daniels

The Wonder Years is the latest series from the past to get a shiny new reboot. But rather than modernizing the drama about a suburban family living in the 1960s, The Wonder Years reboot is taking a different approach with the same formula. Produced by Lee Daniels, The Wonder Years reboot will follow a Black family living in Montgomery, Alabama in the 1960s, providing a much different perspective than the original series that starred Fred Savage, Danica McKellar, Dan Lauria, Alley Mills, Jason H...
Tags: Images, Television, Movies, Drama, Abc, Philadelphia, Lee Daniels, Black, South, Remakes, Savage, Montgomery Alabama, Dean, Olivia D Abo, Daniel Stern, Dule Hill

The Last of Us Supposedly Has a Remake in Development

A remake for the first The Last of Us game is said to be on the way, an announcement that will surely leave many quite confused as the 2013 title is not very old and shows no signs of age in terms of both graphics and gameplay. The founder of the Visual Arts Service Group, […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Zombies, Sony, Anime, Announcements, Remakes, Naughty Dog, Last Of US, Visual Arts Service Group

‘Cruella’ Trailer: Emma Stone Shows Off Her Killer Instincts as the Infamous Disney Villain

Revenge is a dish best served hot…but not burned to a crisp, as Emma Stone‘s Cruella De Vil should’ve been when she sets her haute couture cloak on fire in the trailer for her new film. But presenting a dog-killing fashionista like the 101 Dalmatians villain as a protagonist is also unlikely, yet here we are. A new Cruella trailer has been released by Disney, with the confirmation that the live-action 101 Dalmatians origin story will still be released simultaneously in theaters and Disney+ Prem...
Tags: London, Movies, Disney, Emma Stone, Emma Thompson, Movie Trailers, Remakes, Tonya, Cruella de Vil, Hauser, Craig Gillespie, Estella, Horace, Cruella, Disney/Pixar, Paul Walter Hauser

‘Goodnight Mommy’ Remake Will Star Naomi Watts

The nasty Austrian horror flick Goodnight Mommy is getting an American remake, and the remake has found its mommy: Naomi Watts. Amazon Studios is producing the remake, with Matt Sobel (Take Me to the River) directing a script from Kyle Warren. Released in 2014, the original film was helmed by Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala, who went on to make the even nastier (and better) horror movie The Lodge. In Goodnight Mommy, twin siblings begin to suspect their mother is not who she says she is. Va...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Horror, Warren, Naomi-Watts, Remakes, Watts, Amazon Studios, Sobel, Matt Sobel, Severin Fiala, Veronika Franz, Goodnight Mommy, Kyle Warren, Naomi Watts Amazon Studios

Shaman King Remake Brings Back the Supernatural Brutality

The Shaman King remake anime has finally debuted and will surely be deemed as both nostalgic and satisfactory for diehard fans as the over-the-top expressions and astounding battles have been preserved. The premier introduces a few characters before transitioning into the main supernatural element of the show: Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Anime, Bridge, Remakes, Image Gallery, Shaman King

Matt Reeves is Producing an English-Language Remake of Russian Creature Feature ‘Sputnik’

With a title like Sputnik and within a genre like horror, you can only expect one thing from the 2020 Russian creature feature: bloody, gory cosmonaut terror. And it seems like Sputnik, an acclaimed Russian sci-fi horror film that was released last year, delivered on those expectations, earning raves from the genre community who praised it as one of the best horror movies of 2020. So it’s no surprise that it quickly earned Hollywood’s attention, with an English-language remake already on its wa...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Russia, Sci-fi, Earth, Idaho, Sputnik, Xyz Films, Remakes, Reeves, Soviet Union, Mandy, XYZ, Matt Reeves, Village Roadshow Pictures

Tsukihime: A Piece of Blue Glass Moon Releases in August for Japan

Type-Moon has officially announced the release date of Tsukihime: A Piece of Blue Glass Moon will be the end of August of this year in Japan. The Tsukihime: A Piece of Blue Glass Moon remake will include two story arcs of the “Near Side of the Moon” scenario, with Arcueid Brunestud‘s route being called “Moon […]
Tags: Games, Japan, Vampires, Anime, Ps4, Remakes, Visual Novels, Tsukihime, Release Dates, Type Moon, Nintendo Switch, Blue Glass Moon, Near Side of the Moon

Final Fantasy VII Tifa Lockhart Cosplay by Senya Miku Focuses on Feet & Thighs

Final Fantasy VII‘s iconic female martial artist Tifa Lockhart can be seen in the blue dress she wore during the infiltration into Don Corneo’s mansion courtesy of the ravishing Senya Miku, the significant focus on her cute legs and feet sure to appeal to specific connoisseurs. Senya Miku’s Tifa Lockhart cosplay that may aid in […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Cosplay, Feet, Remakes, Legs, Final Fantasy Vii, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Tifa Lockhart, Don Corneo, Senya Miku, Tifa Lockhart Cosplay

‘Ally McBeal’ Revival in the Works With Calista Flockhart Being Eyed to Return

Of all the shows clamoring for a reboot, Ally McBeal might not be the first one to come to mind. But ready your dancing (baby) shoes, because an Ally McBeal revival is what you’re going to get. TV Line reports that an Ally McBeal limited series revival is in the early stages of development, with leading lady Calista Flockhart being eyed to reprise the title role of the lawyer with the infamously short miniskirts. No word on whether the dancing baby will return as well. Original series creato...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Drama, Disney, Fox, Hulu, 20th Century Fox, Portia De Rossi, Remakes, Kelly, Hollywood Reporter, Calista Flockhart, Lucy Liu

Don Cheadle to Narrate ABC’s ‘The Wonder Years’ Reboot Pilot

Don Cheadle is about to take a walk down memory lane. The Avengers: Endgame star has been set as the narrator for ABC’s reboot of The Wonder Years, taking on the role of adult Dean Williams in ABC’s single-camera pilot. Deadline reports that Cheadle has been tapped to narrate ABC’s The Wonder Years reboot pilot, playing the adult Dean Williams in the new take on the classic family comedy-drama. In a reinvention of the ’80s series, The Wonder Years reboot follows the Williamses, “a Black midd...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Casting, Abc, Disney, Dave, Williams, Showtime, Steven Soderbergh, Lee Daniels, Don-Cheadle, Remakes, James Rhodes, Kevin Arnold

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade Trailer Compares Graphics & Lighting

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, the upgraded PS5 version of the FFVII remake, has unleashed another trailer comparing aspects between this version and the PS4, with the video covering topics such as the graphics quality, lighting, as well as new features such as Photo Mode and the Yuffie side-story. The all-encompassing and rather thorough video […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Anime, Comparison, RPG, Remakes, Square Enix, Final Fantasy Vii, Image Gallery, Yuffie

New ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Bringing Back Sally, the Only Survivor from the Original Film

Producer Fede Alvarez recently revealed that the upcoming Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie wasn’t a reboot, it was a direct sequel to the original film. And it certainly looks like he wasn’t kidding, because now it’s been confirmed that Sally Hardesty, the final girl from the original film, is back for this new entry. Unfortunately, original Sally actress Marilyn Burns died in 2014, so the role had to be recast – and it was, with Mandy actress Olwen Fouéré taking on the role. Bloody Disgusting ...
Tags: Texas, Movies, Casting, Horror, Sequels, Remakes, Burns, Sally, Mandy, Alvarez, Leatherface, Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Fede Alvarez, Olwen Fouere, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

‘She’s All That’ Reboot ‘He’s All That’ Headed to Netflix

No one needed a She’s All That reboot. In fact, a case could be made that we didn’t even need the first movie. But we got it anyway, and now we’re getting the reboot, too. It’s a gender-swapped version called He’s All That, and it stars a “Tiktok sensation.” Anyhoo, He’s All That is now headed to Netflix, where it will either be embraced by the youths of today or fade into the ether. Long live cinema! Remember the 1999 movie She’s All That? It was a modern-day adaptation of George Bernard Sh...
Tags: Comedy, Netflix, Remakes, Teen, He's All That, She's All That

Nomura on FFVII The First Soldier: “Our Challenge Is to Appeal to Other Fanbases”

Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier, the upcoming battle royale game that no fan was asking for, is apparently being made in an attempt to “appeal to other fanbases”, according to FFVII Remake Director Tetsuya Nomura. Nomura discussed numerous aspects about the smartphone game in an interview with Famitsu, clarifying the intended demographic for the […]
Tags: Games, Interviews, Smartphones, Anime, Remakes, Square Enix, Final Fantasy Vii, Nomura, Famitsu, Battle Royale, Tetsuya Nomura, Casuals, Tetsuya Nomura Nomura

‘Cruella’ Teaser: Emma Stone Makes Quite the Fashion Statement as Cruella de Vil

It’s time to find out what Cruella de Vil was up to before she decided to try skinning dogs to make coats. In Disney’s new movie Cruella, Oscar winner Emma Stone is playing the 101 Dalmatians villain her younger years when she was just starting to take shape as a rebellious fashionista in 1970s London amidst the punk rock revolution. Even without any dogs to skin, Cruella is clearly ready to make a statement that will blow everybody away. Cruella Teaser With the help of a cover of “These...
Tags: London, Movies, Disney, Sequels, Emma-Stone, Emma Thompson, Movie Trailers, Mark Strong, Remakes, Cruella de Vil, Craig Gillespie, Estella, Horace, Cruella, Raya, Disney/Pixar

‘The President’s Analyst’ Remake Coming From Trevor Noah and Obama White House Deputy Director of Messaging Pat Cunnane

The President’s Analyst, a 1967 comedy-thriller about the misadventures of a psychoanalyst to the President of the United States, is getting a remake courtesy of The Daily Show host Trevor Noah. And the script for the remake comes courtesy of an actual Washington insider – Pat Cunnane, who served as President Barack Obama’s Senior Writer and Deputy Director of Messaging at the White House. THR is reporting that The President’s Analyst remake is in the works over at Paramount, with Trevor Noa...
Tags: Movies, Obama, Washington, White House, Barack Obama, Fbi, United States, Roger Ebert, Daily Show, Paramount Pictures, Trevor Noah, Paramount, Remakes, Clyde, Bonnie, Coburn

Shaman King Wonderfully Spiritual & Nostalgic

Another teaser for the Shaman King reboot has entered into the domain of the Internet as fans of the series greet the characters once more as they all battle it out to become the next Shaman King, sure to be hyping up fans both old and new. The rather bright and flashy second trailer that […]
Tags: Fantasy, Anime, Bridge, Remakes, PV, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Shaman King

More Square Enix Japan IPs Will Be Receiving Remakes

Sure to be an astounding revelation for those enamored with the concept of remaking old titles due to the nostalgia, it has been announced that Square Enix Japan intends to be even more uncreative as more remakes are said to be coming – specifically by Forever Entertainment. Forever Entertainment has taken part in an agreement […]
Tags: Business, Games, Japan, Anime, Announcements, Remakes, Square Enix, Forever Entertainment Forever Entertainment

Disney’s Live-Action ‘Pinocchio’ Casts Cynthia Erivo as the Blue Fairy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Jiminy Cricket

Disney might have wished upon a star to land the cast it got for the live-action Pinocchio remake. Joining a cast led by Tom Hanks as the toy maker Gepetto are Cynthia Erivo and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who are adding their star power to the Robert Zemeckis-directed live-action/CGI hybrid film. The Wrap broke the news that Cynthia Erivo and Joseph Gordon-Levitt have been tapped to star in Disney’s live-action Pinocchio remake, both taking on the roles of two Disney icons. Erivo will be playing ...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Disney, Tom Hanks, John, Robert Zemeckis, Joseph-Gordon-Levitt, Chris Weitz, Depth of Field, Jiminy Cricket, Remakes, Lily James, Sofia, Ulysses, Zemeckis, Cynthia Erivo

‘Silent Night, Deadly Night’ Reboot Coming Down the Chimney in 2022

Silent Night, Deadly Night, a movie that’s probably more well-known for its controversial poster than for its actual content, is getting a reboot for 2022. Orwo Studios and Black Hanger Studios are handling the new film, which will be inspired by the uber-trashy 1984 film about a guy who watches his parents killed by a guy dressed as Santa Claus on Christmas Eve and then grows up to be a killer Santa himself. The original film garnered plenty of controversy for its marketing material of an ax-w...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Santa Claus, Santa, Chimney, Remakes, Billy, Masi, Silent Night Deadly Night, Dennis Whitehead, Orwo Studios and Black Hanger Studios, Orwo Studios, Anthony Masi, Scott Schneid, Wonderwheel Entertainment, Orwo

English Translation for Doukyuusei Visual Novel Remake Coming

The remake for the classic Doukyuusei visual novel recently launched in Japan and not long after it has been announced that an international version is coming, allowing Westerners to experience the beloved classic in English or Chinese. Doukyuusei is a dating sim title that originally launched in 1992 and it is deemed by many to […]
Tags: Translation, Games, Japan, Romance, English, Anime, Simulation, Announcements, Remakes, Eroge, Visual Novels, Doukyuusei

Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl Nintendo Switch Remakes Announced

The latest Pokemon Direct has revealed The Pokemon Company and developer ILCA are remaking the Nintendo DS Pokemon games Pokemon Diamond and Pokemon Pearl for the Nintendo Switch. The English and Japanese trailer for the remake along with a lengthy overview from the press release by The Pokemon Company: Developed by ILCA, Inc., and directed […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Pokemon, Anime, Announcements, Remakes, Pokemon Company, Nintendo Switch, Pokémon Diamond, Pokemon Pearl, ILCA Inc

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade Coming to PS5 With Bonus Yuffie Content

The latest announced Final Fantasy VII-inspired title from Square Enix that doesn’t have to do with mobile phones has been revealed to be Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, a PS5 port that comes with bonus content to try and convince fanboys into buying the game a second time, such as a bonus episode starring materia […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Anime, Ports, Announcements, Remakes, Square Enix, Final Fantasy Vii, PS5

Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis Retells the Whole FFVII Story on Mobile

Square Enix has announced a slew of new Final Fantasy VII-inspired titles and one of them was Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis, a full story remake of the whole Final Fantasy VII saga for mobile devices. The game will not only cover the events of the vanilla FFVII as enhanced by the Remake, but also […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Smartphones, Anime, Announcements, RPG, Remakes, Square Enix, Final Fantasy Vii, Casuals

Square Enix Cashes in on Battle Royales With FFVII: The First Soldier Mobile Game

Now that Square Enix has revived Final Fantasy VII, they have wasted no time milking not only it for all its worth but extremely popular genres as well, as the developer has now announced Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier, a battle royale title for mobile. Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier will allow players […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Smartphones, Anime, Announcements, Remakes, Square Enix, Final Fantasy Vii, Battle Royale, Casuals

‘The Twilight Zone’ Reboot Wasn’t Canceled, Producers Say – It Came to an End on Their Own Terms

Bright and early this morning, I was awakened by the shouts of a newsie in the streets outside my home, yelling, “Extra! Extra! The Twilight Zone reboot canceled by Paramount+!” I can only assume this happened nationwide, so we’re probably all on the same page there. But in any case, that story is slightly more complicated than that shrill child made it seem. Jordan Peele‘s Monkeypaw and Simon Kinberg‘s Genre Films, the production companies behind the CBS All Access revival of the classic Rod S...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Sci-fi, Cbs, The Twilight Zone, Paramount, Remakes, Cbs All Access, Rod Serling, Peele, Simon-Kinberg, Jordan Peele, Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead, Monkeypaw

Watch: Michael Bay Shares an Explosive Stunt Video From His Latest Movie, ‘Ambulance’

The King of Explosions is back, baby – but if he’s not careful, his overwhelming desire to blow stuff up real good might literally be the death of him. Michael Bay, the director of honest-to-God action classics like The Rock and, uh, anti-classics like Transformers: Age of Extinction, is currently hard at work making a new thriller called Ambulance, which is filming in Los Angeles. Bay is a natural born showman, and he’s shared a new behind-the-scenes video of an explosive stunt on the set of h...
Tags: Action/Adventure, Behind the Scenes Footage, Remakes, Thriller, Universal, Ambulance, Michael-Bay

‘Train to Busan’ Remake Will Be Directed by ‘The Night Comes For Us’ Filmmaker Timo Tjahjanto

On one hand, an American Train to Busan remake is a bad idea. On the other hand, the remake just landed itself a very exciting director: Timo Tjahjanto, the filmmaker behind May the Devil Take You, The Night Comes For Us, Headshot, and more. Produced by James Wan, the new Train to Busan is a remake of the  South Korean action-horror zombie film directed by Yeon Sang-ho that became an international hit. Timo Tjahjanto is one hell of an action filmmaker, and if you need to see proof of that, h...
Tags: South Korea, Movies, Horror, Boston, America, New Line, Busan, Gaumont, Remakes, Peninsula, Korean Peninsula, Action/Adventure, James Wan, Nicolas Atlan, Terry Kalagian, Train to Busan

Top 10 PlayStation One Games That Most Deserve a Full Remake

The concept of pumping out remakes of classic video games has become not only highly common nowadays but profitable as well since consumers seem to enjoy reliving their youths, and now this ranking has unveiled the PlayStation 1 titles that fans most want to see remade. The top result might baffle many however, though this […]
Tags: Games, Rankings, Playstation, Anime, Remakes, Final Fantasy, PS1, Dragon Quest, Tokimeki Memorial, Parasite Eve, Suikoden

New Adaptation of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s ‘The King and I’ in the Works at Paramount Pictures

Back in 1956, the big screen adaptation of The King and I landed nine Oscar nominations, including Best Picture. Now Paramount Pictures is looking to whistle a happy tune all over again with a new version of the classic musical in development at the studio. The Hollywood Reporter has news on The King and I musical remake in the works at Paramount Pictures. The film will be a new take on the musical adaptation of Anna and the King of Siam, the 1944 novel by Margaret Landon. Coming from renowne...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, Musical, Anna, Paramount Pictures, King, Remakes, Jodie Foster, Abraham Lincoln, Siam, Rodgers, Hammerstein, Rodgers Hammerstein, Temple Hill, Wyck Godfrey