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The Twilight Zone

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The Twilight Zone Movie Gets a Director; Hopefully He’s Amenable to Pig People

Last we heard of the Twilight Zone movie, Leonardo DiCaprio‘s production company Appian Way had been trying to make it happen for approximately forever-and-a-half. There was even a vague, questionably accurate plot summary involving time travel. And now there’s even more progress, as producers DiCaprio and Jennifer Davisson Killoran have reportedly chosen whom they want to direct.

So who’s likely going to be helming the triumphant comeback of this legendary, much-beloved sci-fi franchise?

The guy who directed TRON: Legacy.




J.J. Abrams to Resurrect Twilight Zone Creator’s Script for Television

It seems like a Twilight Zone story itself: the creator of a beloved, classic media phenomenon, dead nearly four decades when his final script, and the last project he finished, months before his death, is picked up by a company for production. A younger man, the newest phenomenon in the same genre of television with a twist, is taking the script on to get it to the screen. Will the younger man buckle under the pressure? Will a series of accidents mar the production? WILL THE RESTLESS SPIRIT OF ROD SERLING HAUNT J.J. ABRAMS?

Heck, lets just make a show about that.


All this has happened before...

Because You Can Never Have Enough Twilight (No, Not That Twilight), CBS is Rebooting The Twilight Zone

When I first saw this headline cavort across my browser I confused Bryan Singer with Bryan Fuller for a second (easy mistake to make) and thought the latter was the one doing a The Twilight Zone reboot. Alas, the Bryan in questions is not the one behind Pushing Daisies, Dead Like Me, and the upcoming Hannibal, but rather the one behind X-Men, X2, and House M.D..

Sigh. But it’s probably a good thing that it’s not Fuller, as it’s well-known that his involvement increases a show’s chances for premature cancellation tenfold.


The Future Is Now!

The Twilight Zone Movie Is Still Happening, (Probably) Won’t Involve Pig People

You remember that The Twilight Zone movie Leonardo DiCaprio‘s Appian Way production company is making? No? Well, it’s a thing that’s happening. Not much progress has been made in the five years since it was put into development; the only major recent announcement is that director Matt Reeves (Cloverfield) ditched the project for the Rise of the Planet of the Apes sequel.

Until a few days ago, that is, when out of nowhere came evidence that, holy crap, this Twilight Zone movie might actually still be happening, you guys! The evidence in question is a vague plot description; according to Vulture, the film will be about “a test pilot who winds up breaking the speed of light; when he puts down his craft, he discovers that he’s landed a bit late for supper — 96 years late.”



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A Friendly Reminder That the Annual Twilight Zone Marathon Is Still, Indeed, Happening

It’s that time of year again, ladies and gents — SyFy‘s New Year’s Viewer’s Choice marathon of The Twilight Zone if officially upon us, starting at 9:00 AM tomorrow morning! The Twilight Zone is a favorite of TMS staffers, and we urge you to share your favorite episodes in the comments section. We’ll also direct you to SyFy’s web site, which has an episode guide for all five seasons of the show, which ran from 1959 to 1964. So, go ahead and share! Feel free to discuss what you love about the show, what you don’t love that much, times you feel like you’re in the Zone, and times you wish you could visit … The Twilight Zone!

(via SyFy)


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Matt Reeves Will Direct The Twilight Zone Movie

At the very beginning of the month, we reported on a “short list” of directors being considered to direct a new Twilight Zone movie for Warner Bros. One of those directors was Christopher Nolan (!!!), another was Michael Bay (???), and a dark horse candidate was Rupert Wyatt (Rise of the Planet of the Apes). And none of the directors mentioned were Matt Reeves, director of Cloverfield and Let Me In. But Reeves is now the man with the job, beating out a group of strong contenders, now taking his spot to direct … The Twilight Zone.


Imagine What You'll Know Tomorrow

Real Steel Was Based on a Twilight Zone Episode, Which Was Based on a Short Story by Richard Matheson

Contrary to popular belief, this weekend’s box office winner, Real Steel, was not based on the game Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots. It was based on a short story, Steel by Richard Matheson, which became an episode of The Twilight Zone featuring Lee Marvin. Matheson also wrote the stories for the classic William Shatner episode, “Nightmare At 20,000 Feet,” and a bunch of other stories you might have heard of: A Stir of Echoes, The Incredible Shrinking Man, and I Am Legend, to name a few. So, how different is Real Steel from Steel?



The Short List to Direct the New Twilight Zone Movie Includes Christopher Nolan

You might have heard that Leonardo DiCaprio is looking to produce a new Twilight Zone movie for Warner Bros. In a departure from the 1983 movie, which featured an anthology format — four segments, four separate stories, four directors — there will be only one story and one director. The story, which will be inspired by an episode of the original Twilight Zone series, will be written by Rand Ravich (The Astronaut’s Wife). The director has yet to be chosen, though there is a “short list” going around that includes Michael Bay, Alfonso Cuaron (Children of Men, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban), Rupert Wyatt (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), and frequent DiCaprio collaborator Christopher Nolan. I’ll let the thought of a Nolan-helmed Twilight Zone movie simmer for a moment and then meet you all after the jump.


Questions! Questions That Need Answering

Twilight Zone Parody Asks: “Why Is Everyone Here?” [Video]

Submitted for your approval … A small town. Okay, a large city. Suddenly populated with people … people on laptops. So many people, with seemingly little to do, yet somehow too busy too move … in … the Twilight Zone (parody by comedy group Killing My Lobster). I hate when that happens.

(via Laughing Squid)

For A More Civilized Age

Chocolate and Peanut Butter: Star Wars and The Twilight Zone, With Jar Jar Bashing as a Bonus

So, did anyone watch the Twilight Zone marathon over the weekend? Maybe you watched too much, and now everything seems to be taking on a weird, twisted tone … and now Jedi Hero Luke Skywalker isn’t looking too heroic anymore. Indeed controlling things with one’s mind is not of this world. It’s something that occurs in a place like … The Twilight Zone.

We always knew that Jar-Jar Binks came from a dark, evil place.