Disney may not have scored with an adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ “John Carter of Mars,” but the author’s estate still hopes his book series can become a film franchise. The movie, TV and…
Two years after planting a flag in the U.K. with the opening of Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden, Warner Bros. will expand its facilities there with three new soundstages and an additional 100,000…
Tarzan wears his trademark loincloth, while the actor playing him sports a full-body motion-capture suit in Constantin Film's clunky-looking riff on the Edgar Rice Burroughs character.
With deals now closed for its ensemble, Warner Bros. has slated its reboot of “Tarzan” to bow on July 1, 2016. Alexander Skarsgard is set to star as the King of the Jungle and Margot Robbie is on…
Samuel L. Jackson is in talks to co-star with Alexander Skarsgard in Warner’s reboot of “Tarzan.” Christoph Waltz is also in talks to star with David Yates directing. Plot details are still vague on…
Christoph Waltz is in talks to join the cast of Warner Bros.’ “Tarzan” reboot starring Alexander Skarsgard. David Yates is on board to direct the pic. It is unclear how the new version will be…
"True Blood" star Alexander Skarsgard has emerged as the frontrunner to topline David Yates' "Tarzan" movie at Warner Bros.
"Footloose" director Craig Brewer has come on board to helm a new version "Tarzan" for Warner Bros.
Marking some of the fastest major market deals in Cannes in years, Paul W.S. Anderson's "Pompeii" and Richard Klooss' "Tarzan 3D" have both nearly sold out around the world.
Johnny Sheffield, who played Boy in the Tarzan pics, died Oct. 15 in Chula Vista of a heart attack after falling out of a tree in his backyard. He was 79.
Germany's Constantin Film is swinging into "Tarzan," launching development of a 3D animated feature.
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