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Judge Dredd: Mega-City One will be macabre & insane yet light-hearted

It was only last month that we let you guys know that there is a JUDGE DREDD series in the works and if that wasn't cool enough, then we got word that DREDD star Karl Urban might be returning as the Dredd himself. Now that we have had some time to get over our initial shaking spells of excitement, we bring you an update on the series straight from one of the show's...
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Karl Urban may return as Dredd in Judge Dredd: Mega-City One

It was only a week or so ago now that we first shared the news that Judge Dredd was making his way back to the screen - this time in the form of a TV series called JUDGE DREDD: MEGA-CITY ONE . Like many of you, I was excited as hell to hear there would be more Dredd shooting people in the face, but today's news is even better. Turns out JUDGE DREDD: MEGA-CITY ONE executive...
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05.19.2017
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Big-budget Judge Dredd TV series announced!

The last film adaptation of Judge Dredd, called DREDD , was one of the best action movies I have seen in years. Slo-mo gore and a no-nonsense plot and pacing made the film stand out as more than just, as some call it, a "rip-off of THE RAID." Well, if you're a Judge Dredd fan like this guy then you'll be happy as hell to hear that this morning EW reported that IM...
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05.10.2017
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12 Monkeys director Terry Gilliam brands upcoming SyFy pilot 'a very dumb idea'

Back in July we heard that SyFy was looking to turn Terry Gilliam's 1995 classic 12 MONKEYS into a TV series with the pilot finally getting the greenlight late last month with Universal Cable Productions and Atlas Productions (who produced the original film) onboard to produce. While the news was not well received by many fans, it certainly didn't go over well with Terry...
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09.03.2013
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12 Monkeys to become a TV series for SyFy

Not sure how I feel about this next bit o'news as Terry Gilliam's 12 MONKEYS remains one of my favorite films of all time, but according to The Hollywood Reporter, Syfy is pushing forward on the TV adaptation of "12 Monkeys". Chuck Roven and Richard Suckle, who produced the feature film, will board the project for Syfy, which is said to consist of eight to ten...
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07.22.2013
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