Zombie comic Deadworld headed to big screen

Dark Hero Studios partners David Hayter and Benedict Carver are teaming up with Pandemonium’s Bill Mechanic to turn the comic Deadworld into a feature film franchise, according to Variety. Hayter – who wrote scripts for X-Men, X2 and Watchmen – will pen the screenplay, and will produce, along with Mechanic and Gary Reed, who wrote …
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Watchmen soundtrack and original score released

Warner Sunset / Reprise Records released both the soundtrack and original score to the feature film Watchmen yesterday. The highly anticipated feature film hits theaters this Friday, March 6th. CLICK HERE to purchase the Watchmen Soundtrack and Original Score. Music From The Motion Picture Watchmen, the film’s official soundtrack, includes My Chemical Romance’s powerful reinterpretation …
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Never-before-seen montage clips from Watchmen to unspool starting this weekend on all of Universal’s stations

In the days leading up to the much-anticipated March 6th release of Watchmen, I found out that brand new clip montages from the film will air exclusively during the broadcast of six different shows across three NBC Universal networks. Each of the action-packed segments focuses on one of the film’s central figures—Rorschach, Dr. Manhattan, The …
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Warners to release limited edition record of My Chemical Romance’s cover of Bob Dylan tune from Watchmen

A 12” vinyl picture disc of My Chemical Romance’s powerful cover of Bob Dylan’s Desolation Row, recorded exclusively for the upcoming feature film Watchmen, will be released by Warner Records on January 27th, 2009. Fans will be able to pre-order the disc through the band’s website, www.mychemicalromance.com, as well as via www.watchmenmusic.com and www.becausesoundmatters.com beginning …
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Capcom’s Lost Planet Finds the Big Screen

Variety reports that Warner Bros. and Japanese game publisher Capcom are teaming to bring the video game Lost Planet to the big screen. Warner’s will distribute the film based on the hit game and Capco will co-finance, and possibly develop a sequel to the original game. David Hayter (The Scorpion King, X-Men, Watchmen) is writing …
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Snyder Gets Watchmen

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Zach Snyder, who is currently working hard on Frank Miller’s 300 and also developing Rainbow Six, based on the Tom Clancy best-selling book and video game series, has stepped up to the plate to develop and direct Watchmen, the seminal DC limited series created by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. Alex Tse, who wrote the Spike Lee-directed Showtime gang drama Sucker Free City, is writing the script …
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