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Dredd Star Olivia Thirlby Also Interested in Sequel to 2012 Film
If it's any consolation to fans of the Dredd franchise, particularly of the 2012 Pete Travis film, some of its principal players want to make a sequel happen as much an uphill battle it is right now Actress Olivia Thirlby, who played rookie judge and psychic Anderson, joined star Karl Urban, who played the title[...]
Karl Urban in Judge Dredd (Image: Rebellion)
Last month, comics publisher Rebellion CEO Jason Kingsley (2000AD) revealed that the early stages of development on the live-action series Judge Dredd: Mega-City One were already underway and that a script was already in place Once COVID health and safety precautions are in place, production on the intended sequel to 2012's Dredd can start up[...]
Rebellion Buys a Studio for 'Judge Dredd: Mega City One', 'Rogue Trooper'
Video game company Rebellion is literally moving in to television and film with the purchase of a $100 million dollar Oxfordshire studio space to begin production on two big titles. This new space will serve as a production studio, with the possibility to create upwards of 500 new jobs with this operation. Those two titles would of course[...]
Second Reel: Dredd (2012) Deserves a Sequel
The first movie we are going to advocate for is Dredd from 2012. The Background Dredd is an adaptation of the 2000 A.D comics featuring Judge Dredd The movie starred Karl Urban, Olivia Thirlby, and Lena Headey and was directed by Pete Travis though reports came out later that the movie was mostly ghost directed by Alex[...]
[Breaking] Pilot Script Reportedly Finished for 'Mega City One' Series [SDCC 2018]
Photo and Info courtesy of Bleeding Cool's Marcos Salinas: The long-awaited and feared limbo-bound Judge Dredd television series, Mega City One, reportedly has finished pilot script and is currently seeking out a United Kingdom filming location All of this was announced at the 2000 AD Thrill Hour in San Diego Comic-Con today by 2000 AD writer Michael Molcher. Mega City One has been[...]
Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of 04/04/18
I'm personally not going to follow this one because there are just too many other events going on, but if you're somehow a bigger Venom fan than I, then this seems like something worth trying. Dredd Furies #1 cover by Simon Parr Dredd Furies #1 This Rebellion/2000 AD one-shot continues a story from the Dredd film, focusing on the hacker that[...]
FX Puts in Pilot Order For Alex Garland's 'Devs' Series
Maybe I'm slightly biased because of how much I LOVED Ex Machina, but I'll see anything Alex Garland makes.  Annihilation was pretty great, minus the final 10 minutes, and Karl Urban has now gone on record to say that Alex "directed Dredd" (which was AMAZING), so that puts more positive tally marks in Garland's collum. It appears his next project will be[...]
Judge Dredd Gets a Ridiculously Cool Statue From PCS Collectibles
Judge Dredd has gotten a few statues and such over the years, but this one may just be the best Coming in early 2019, there is a new Dredd statue coming from PCS Collectibles While it is on the expensive side, fans will want to get their hands on this one for sure And they[...]
Assassin's Creed TV Series From Adi Shankar Is Happening
 From his facebook page: Adi is the man behind the rebooted Dredd film, which was the perfect example of how to reboot a film (with a heavy comic side)  The visuals and gritty artistry made it a cult favorite, spurring all kinds of rumors of a sequel or tv series continuation  With Assassin's Creed, it's obvious Shankar is getting[...]
Fairly OK Heroes: Judge Dredd The Cape And Cowl Crimes
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Judge Dredd is one of comic books most bad ass heroes He's not super by any means, but that doesn't matter In Judge Dredd: The Cape and Cowls Crimes he goes head to head with a few other superhero parodies in this book, each funnier than the last. The first story, "Fairly HyperMan" is a great[...]
'Dredd' Star Karl Urban Toasts 2000AD's 40th Anniversary
There are plenty of sad stories when it comes to great movies that were before their time but none is sadder than 2012's Dredd It did everything that a good adaption should; it remained true to the source material and was rewarded by bombing horribly at the box office It was a few years too[...]
Adi Shankar Is Not Involved In DREDD Sequel Says 2000 AD Co-Owner Jason Kingsley
Since then he's announced a "dark and gritty" Power Rangers series and has made promises about a sequel to 2012's DREDD. The CEO of Rebellion, owner and publisher of 2,000 AD, and owner of the rights to Judge Dredd, Jason Kingsley told ScreenGeek the following, "While we truly do appreciate Adi's enthusiasm for Judge Dredd, he has no involvement with the[...]
In Shocking Betrayal, 2000 AD Gives CBR EXCLUSIVE 40th Anniversary Judge Dredd Cover
Earlier this month, Johnston published an expose on the private life of Rebellion CEO Jason Kingsley, reporting that Kingsley likes to dress up as a knight and joust on horseback, and comparing the company's business practices to "sex with a beautiful woman." Could this have cost Bleeding Cool the EXXXCLUSIVE on the Ezquerra cover? Should we[...]