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Universal's Monsters Reboot Will Be Horror, Assures Alex Kurtzman

Universal's Monsters Reboot Will Be Horror, Assures Alex Kurtzman

Despite references to the new Universal monsters universe as an "epic action-adventure," the movies will contain horror.

Alex Kurtzman on the Real Genius of "Scorpion," the Hard Choices of "Venom"

Alex Kurtzman on the Real Genius of "Scorpion," the Hard Choices of "Venom"

The A-list writer-producer talks with SPINOFF about his new CBS drama, and provides an update on Sony's upcoming Venom film.

"Venom" Director Explains His Vision For the "Spider-Man" Spinoff

"Venom" Director Explains His Vision For the "Spider-Man" Spinoff

Alex Kurtzman says the appeal of his "Venom" film is allowing the antihero to do things "that you can't do with Spider-Man."

Kurtzman Shares First Glimpse of Plans For Universal's Monsters and Spider-Man's Foes

Kurtzman Shares First Glimpse of Plans For Universal's Monsters and Spider-Man's Foes

Alex Kurtzman plans a Marvel-style multi-film franchise for Universal's monsters, develops films starring Spidey's enemies and teases a Black Cat movie debut.

"Locke & Key" Film Finds Its Writer

"Locke & Key" Film Finds Its Writer

"Henry Poole is Here" writer Albert Torres has been tapped to adapt IDW's award-winning "Locke & Key" for film.

"Amazing Spider-Man 2" Producers on "Sinister Six," "Venom" & 'Tragic Choices'

"Amazing Spider-Man 2" Producers on "Sinister Six," "Venom" & 'Tragic Choices'

Matt Tolmach and Avi Arad tell CBR News about what to expect from the upcoming villain-focused "Amazing Spider-Man" spinoff films.

Sony to Expand Spider-Man Franchise With "Venom" and "Sinister Six"

Sony to Expand Spider-Man Franchise With "Venom" and "Sinister Six"

Sony has hired screenwriters Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Jeff Pinkner, Ed Solomon and Drew Goddard to develop "Spider-Man" spinoff films.

NYCC: "Sleepy Hollow" Creators, Stars Divulge Secrets of Supernatural Drama

NYCC: "Sleepy Hollow" Creators, Stars Divulge Secrets of Supernatural Drama

Co-creators Alex Kurtzman and Len Wiseman descended on New York Comic Con along with "Sleepy Hollow" stars Tom Mison, Nicole Beharie, Orlando Jones and Katia Winter.

Kurtzman, Orci & Pinkner Return for "Amazing Spider-Man 3"

Kurtzman, Orci & Pinkner Return for "Amazing Spider-Man 3"

Sony has snagged Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Jeff Pinkner for "Amazing Spider-Man 3," marking the "Amazing Spider-Man 2" writing trio's return to the franchise for a second time.

"Star Trekâs" Alex Kurtzman On Khan, Kirk's Journey & Carol Marcus' Underwear

"Star Trek’s" Alex Kurtzman On Khan, Kirk's Journey & Carol Marcus' Underwear

As "Star Trek Into Darkness" arrives on Blu-ray, producer and co-writer Alex Kurtzman spoke one-on-one with SPINOFF about the questions and critiques fans had about director J.J. Abrams' sequel.

Universal Unlocks "Locke & Key" Adaptation with Kurtzman & Orci

Universal Unlocks "Locke & Key" Adaptation with Kurtzman & Orci

Universal Pictures has officially optioned Joe Hill & Gabriel Rodriguez' acclaimed IDW series "Locke & Key," with go to genre screenwriting duo Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci attached to write.

Writer Orci Confirms Universal's "Locke & Key" Film Trilogy

Writer Orci Confirms Universal's "Locke & Key" Film Trilogy

Screenwriter Roberto Orci, who will write with Alex Kurtzman, has confirmed that Universal plans to adapt Joe Hill's hit IDW horror series "Locke & Key" as a trilogy of films. CBR has details.

"Star Trek" Writers Tapped To Pen "Amazing Spider-Man" Sequel

"Star Trek" Writers Tapped To Pen "Amazing Spider-Man" Sequel

Sony has hired "Transformers" and "Star Trek" writing team Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci to pen an "Amazing Spider-Man" sequel in anticipation of Marc Webb's reboot hitting theaters in July.

Hill's "Locke & Key" Heads To TV?

Hill's "Locke & Key" Heads To TV?

Months of stories and rumors surrounding the hit IDW series seem to be pointing towards an upcoming "Locke & Key" TV series produced by Stephen Spielberg and adapted by Alex Kurtzman and Robert Orci.

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