Joss Whedon's buoyant, witty and robustly entertaining superhero smash-up is escapism of a sophisticated order.
Columbia Pictures has tapped "The Incredible Hulk" scribe Zak Penn to rewrite its untitled sequel to 2010's surprise hit "The Karate Kid."
Zak Penn and Michael Karnow bring a few fresh wrinkles to "Alphas," largely by making this latest elite team of gifted individuals extraordinary, but also quite vulnerable.
"Spy Hunter" is gearing up at Warner Bros., which is developing a feature version of the vidgame with Dan Lin ("Sherlock Holmes") and Roy Lee producing.
NBC is developing a new take on "Jason and the Argonauts," which would be produced as the first-ever green-screen drama developed for primetime.
What seemed in theory the least necessary revival of a bigscreen superhero emerges as perfectly solid summer action fare in "The Incredible Hulk."
Starz Home Entertainment label Anchor Bay Entertainment has acquired laffer "Sex and Death 101," scripted and helmed by Daniel Waters.
"The Incredible Hulk" will be matched against the oversized adversary Abomination, and Tim Roth will play the villain's alter ego, Emil Blonsky.
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