The micro-budget thriller will be first Legendary Pictures release under its new deal with Universal
Edwards has to make a 'Star Wars' movie first
The studio will tease its August release "As Above/So Below," but is "Godzilla 2" coming to San Diego?
Universal is taking over the sequel from Warner Bros. and Zak Penn will write the script with the director
Nic Mathieu is making his directorial debut with the supernatural thriller, which co-stars Cory Hardrict and Max Martini
The massive screen exhibitor will now carry even more of the studios' movies
Julius Onah remains set to direct from a script by David Koepp, while Joe Roth is among the producers
The "Godzilla" helmer's entry into the saga will hit theaters in December 2016
The rampaging reptile reboot is heading for a box-office debut north of $65 million in the U.S. and will roll out in 60 foreign markets
"It's hard to build tension if you've given the ghost away early on," Max Borenstein tells TheWrap in new edition of The Writers' Room
"Godzilla" and other cli-fi blockbusters are gently pushing the emerging genre into the spotlight
Julius Onah is directing from a script by David Koepp
China Film Co. takes a stake in "Seventh Son" and "Warcraft," building on last year's deal between the two firms
Julius Onah ("God Particle") is directing from a script by David Koepp, who adapted Marcus Sakey's novel of the same name
Billionare entertainment mogul is unwavering in his support of the candidate post-scandal
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First reported last month on TheWrap, the five-year pact ends Legendary's long association with Warner Bros.
Steve Burke has been negotiating the deal with Tull, insiders tell TheWrap
The deal would involve distribution rights to Legendary CEO Thomas Tull's movies, co-financing of Universal movies and television partnership
CEO Thomas Tull said the definition of TV has morphed and he would be investing "real capital" towards building for the future
Tull said Warner Bros. and Legendary are in different places than they were in 2004
Appointment ends fevered speculation about where former Warner Bros. Television Group president would land
Legendary announced the first deal to make tentpole movies with China Film Group
First slate to be announced soon
Five33 designed campaigns for "Oblivion" and "Star Trek Into Darkness"
Despite a media report to the contrary, the situation has changed little since Tull let it be known in February that he was not happy...
Now Warner Bros. and Legendary hope the Jackie Robinson movie can connect with a younger crowd
Analysis: The Jackie Robinson movie's take on race relations connected emotionally with audiences
Its $27M debut is best-ever for a baseball movie and easily tops the $15M of "Scary Movie 5"
It's expected to battle "Scary Movie 5" for the top spot, with both films aiming for $20M