The boss the Universal studio has admitted that the plans for its rebooted monster movies – the so-called 'Dark Universe' – was a failure.
Leigh Whannell's 'The Invisible Man' seems to have emerged like a phoenix from the ashes of the Dark Universe.
The report also suggests that A Quiet Place director John Krasinski worked on a pitch for the film in 2019.
Leigh Whannell has created a new take on 'The Invisible Man', in which Elisabeth Moss plays a survivor of abuse battling the spectre of her ex.
Director Bill Condon considering the Wonder Woman actress for delayed horror remake, if first choice Angelina Jolie pulls out.
Studio said to be eyeing the '21 Jump Street' star for the role of iconic monster hunter, previously played by Hugh Jackman.
The pain may not be over for 'The Mummy', according to reports which suggest that it could lose Universal as much as $95 million (£75 million).
Alex Kurtzman, the director of 'The Mummy' and creative lead on Universal's Dark Universe, spills the bean on Hollywood's newest shared universe.
With a very glamorous picture, a visible Invisible Man, and Frankenstein's new monster are unveiled.
It’s little secret that the DC Extended Universe, the Warner Bros-owned comic company’s attempt at a rival to the mighty Marvel Cinematic Universe, is struggling. Whilst its three existing movies – 2013’s ‘Man of Steel,’ and 2016’s ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice’ and ‘Suicide Squad’ – all performed well at the box office, none of them have won over audiences or critics the way Marvel have. This means that, at present, the only DC movie lined up for release in 2018 is ‘Aquaman.’ However, it has emerged that the studio are contemplating filling the gap left by ‘The Batman’ by accelerating the development process on one of their planned films.