George A. Romero can be categorized as the "Godfather of Zombie Films." Romero has been contributing to Zombie films since the early 1960s with his 'Nigh of the Living Dead' series and have either been head of creating new Zombie films or have been asked to give insight on the sub horror genre.
So it's no surprise to me when it was revealed that Demarest and Kevin Smith's "Tusk" is developing a TV adaptation of Romero's 'Empire of the Dead,' a 15-issue graphic novel published by Marvel Comics.
The production-finance company made the announcement Thursday at Cannes.
The series will be written by Romero and longtime partner Peter Grunwald, and executive produced by Romero and Grunwald with Demarest’s Sam Englebardt and William D. Johnson.
Romero’s iconic 1968 film “Night of the Living Dead” conceived the idea of a zombie apocalypse. “Empire of the Dead” mixes ...read more
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AMC's 'The Walking Dead' is set to return Feb. 8, and after the devastating events of the midseason finale, holding on to hope may be harder than ever for the embattled survivors.
In a new trailer for the show’s February bow, it looks like Rick (Andrew Lincoln) is firmly focused on surviving — but does everyone else share his resilience?
In a recent interview with the guys over at Variety, showrunner Scott Gimple teased, “things are gonna get super hard” in the remaining eight installments: “Every eight episodes it’s a new show, and these eight episodes coming up are very much aligned with that, maybe the starkest example of that so far.
We begin in a very dark place and our group is broken by what’s happened.
And then things change, but who are they by the time things change? That’s the question. Have they been ...read more
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