Legendary Entertainment

Saga Co-Creator Brian K. Vaughan Signs 3-Year Overall Deal with Legendary Entertainment

Comic book creator and television/film writer Brian K. Vaughan is teaming with Legendary Entertainment, signing a three-year overall deal with the studio. Under the terms of the contract, Legendary will adapt several of Vaughan's creator-owned comics; and produce exclusive, original Vaughan-created projects developed for film and television across both traditional and non-traditional platforms. "Legendary was instrumental in helping […]

Legendary Entertainment Nabs Dark Horse's Black Hammer for Film, TV

It would appear that Dark Horses' "Black Hammer" comics by writer [user_id] has been picked up by Legendary Entertainment for development for film and possible tv projects. Black Hammer, first published in 2016, won the 2017 Eisner for best new comic and best lettering, as well as nominations for best writer, best continuing series, best inking […]

Skyscraper Review: Rather Dull with Very Little Substance

Skyscraper wants to be the next Die Hard, but it misses the point in favor of meaningless, over-the-top action scenes. Director: Rawson Marshall Thurber Summary: A father goes to great lengths to save his family from a burning skyscraper. Every other action movie wants to be the next Die Hard. That's not a bad movie […]

Kong: Skull Island To Move To Warner Bros; King Kong vs. Godzilla Planned

In one of the odder stories this week, Kong: Skull Island is expected to move from Universal to Warner Bros. The reason: so Skull Island and Godzilla producer Legendary Entertainment can make King Kong vs. Godzilla. Let me repeat that: King Kong vs. Godzilla. When I was much, much younger, I use to say part […]

The Supercrash Of The Superheavy Fallen Star In Annihilator #5

Wait, what? I have a lot of confused feelings and even confused thoughts about Issue #5 of Annihilator, one of my favorite comics out right now. This is because the first half of the issue was practically a pleasure cruise compared to the weighty conflicts of the second half. But what did I expect? This […]

Orbiting Around Annihilator, Prometheus, Wild's End, Dawn/Vampirella, Copperhead And More!

[audio:http://www.orbitalcomics.com/images/blog/The-Orbiting-Pod-Episode-165.mp3] Bleeding Cool welcomes back The Orbiting Pod, the podcast of Orbital Comics in London. They say: This week, we play to the screen with Annihilator #1, dig for fire with Prometheus #1, enter the woods with Wild's End #1, lull between twilight & first light with Dawn/Vampirella #1, ride into town with Copperhead #1, […]

Grant Morrison Comics: What If There's No Secret Message?

By Nas Hoosen I remember an article about Batman #655, Grant Morrison's first issue of what would become his seven-year Batman run, from around the time that issue hit shelves. I can't remember who published it anymore but one thing I do recall is its author's obsessive examination of that first issue for layers of […]

5 Notes On Annihilator For The Curious-Minded

Annihilator #1 comes out today from Legendary Entertainment, written by Grant Morrison (see his previous interview at Bleeding Cool here) and illustrated by Frazer Irving. It's a "witchy" tale of a fair amount of complexity and considering its complexity is not something you'll be able to do at a first reading. The visuals of this […]

Legendary And Guillermo Del Toro Invite You To Get Scary

For those of you who want to work in the film industry, pay attention. Variety is reporting that Legendary Entertainment has partnered with Guillermo Del Toro and YouTube to create a contest inviting folks with YouTube channels to create their own horror short film using YouTube Space. The video below is an introduction by Del […]

Legendary Acquires Felicia Day's Geek & Sundry

In a marriage of all things geek… Legendary Entertainment has acquired Felicia Day's digital network Geek & Sundry with plans to team it with Chris Hardwick's network Nerdist Industries. The idea is both of these were creating content geared toward the same market. The same pop culture market Legendary targets with its films like Godzilla […]

World War Z's Max Brooks Brings Extinction Parade To TV With Legendary Entertainment

New York Times Best-selling author Max Brooks, known for his zombie fiction in World War Z and the Zombie Survival Guide, launched a comic series with Avatar Press, Extinction Parade, in January of 2014 with artist Raulo Caceres. The property has now been optioned by Legendary Television and Digital as an original series. Brooks will […]