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Joe Manganiello may be up for Deathstroke; Paul Bettany talks going red for the Vision role and more.
An unconfirmed rumor has surfaced naming Karl Urban as potentially playing a role in "Aquaman," along with two frontrunners to direct.
Marc Guggenheim discusses the upcoming "awesome" "Arrow" event; Simon Kinberg welcomes "Deadpool" to Fox's extended X-Men family and more.
While a sequel to 2012's "Dredd" starring Karl Urban seems unlikely, the most convincing argument for it yet might just be a musical reimagining.
Writer Arthur Wyatt reveals details about "Judge Dredd: Underbelly," the official sequel to last year's cult film "Dredd 3D," featuring the hard-lined future cop's adventures in dystopian Mega-City one.
PR coordinator Michael Molcher explains why "2000 AD" is endorsing "Make a DREDD Sequel," the unofficial, fan-run campaign for a follow-up to the Karl Urban film and how the movie's led to a measurable spike in comic sales..
The creator and stars of "Almost Human" appeared at Comic-Con International to screen the pilot of Fox's new sci-fi crime drama, which attempts to answer the question of what it means to be human.
Paramount has released a teaser for J.J. Abrams’ "Star Trek Into Darkness" featuring "Inception"-like music, threatening voiceover from Benedict Cumberbatch, the crew in peril -- and more!
Alex Garland spoke with CBR about adapting "Dredd 3D" from its "2000 AD" roots to the big screen, his thoughts on Karl Urban's turn as the titular character and his vision for the future of the fledgling franchise.
Lionsgate and 2000 AD have released the final poster for the upcoming "DREDD" film, featuring Karl Urban as the titular Judge looking over MegaCity-One as buildings burn in the background.
Karl Urban gatecrashed 2000 AD's CCI panel to gush over his love of the Judge Dredd comics, "2000 AD" EIC Matt Smith revealed the future of the comics and IDW's Chris Ryall announced the new writer for the U.S. ongoing.
"Dredd" stars Karl Urban and Olivia Thirlby spoke to CBR News at Comic-Con about shooting in 3D, acting with only a chin and what dark villains Urban wants to see in future films.
"Dredd" actors Karl Urban and Olivia Thirlby discuss their roles and character work in the upcoming Judge Dredd film adaptation.
Based on the classic 2000 AD character, "DREDD" is a dark, gritty, beautifully violent film with highly impressive 3D, a simple yet exciting story and a standout performance by Karl Urban's chin.
Lionsgate has released a new motion poster to promote the free advance screening of "Dredd" in San Diego during Comic-Con International. The film, starring Karl Urban, Lena heady and Olivia Thirlby, opens Sept. 21.
The first full-length trailer for Lionsgate's "Dredd" has debuted demonstrating Karl Urban's ability to deliver 2000 AD's iconic Judge's one-liners with a suitably gravelly voice and a steely edge.
Karl Urban poses as Judge Dredd in the first poster for Lionsgate's upcoming "Dredd" reboot directed by Pete Travis hitting in September.
A new photo has surfaced of Karl Urban as a scowling, helmeted Judge Dredd in director Pete Travis' upcoming adaptation of the long-running "2000 AD" comic strip. The film opens September 21.
Rebellion CEO Jason Kingsley spoke with CBR News exclusively, revealing Hollywood negotiations for two 2000 AD properties in addition to the upcoming Karl Urban-starring "Judge Dredd" film.
CBR has the EXCLUSIVE news that "Dredd" producer Andrew MacDonald is headed to Mark Millar's April Kapow! Comic Con in London with a first look at the Karl Urban-starring relaunch of the famed 2000AD property on film.
In advance of the film relaunch of their signature character, 2000AD release the very first still of Karl Urban as Judge Dredd from the R-rated "Dredd" which just began filming in South Africa.
Director Robert Schwentke and producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura describe the process of moving from Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner’s dark comic book miniseries to the light-hearted ensemble action comedy that is “RED."
"RED," the latest love letter to action and caper films of a bygone era, features strong performances from a cast of Oscar notables and an adaptation that expands the world far beyond the comic upon which it is based.
"RED" co-stars Bruce Willis and Karl Urban spoke about working together on the Summit Entertainment adaptation of the DC Comics title, the ambitiousness of the film and filming a rather painful fight scene.
Stars Helen Mirren, Bruce Willis and Karl Urban joined series creators Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner after their panel at Comic-Con International to discuss comics, adapting "Red" to film and old age.