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We have a LONG way to go before weíre visiting Camp Crystal Lake or sleeping on Elm Street together. But Iíll remember, when we get to those points, that Goosebumps was the movie that started it all.†
After two weekends at number one The Martian dropped low enough to let some of the usual October doldrum entries have a shot at number one. One of the 20th century's most popular children's book series got an adaptation and took the opportunity.
Horror has always been seen as a genre primarily for adults. However, that doesnít mean that we havenít seen some truly amazing horror movies made specifically for all audiences come out over the years, and now seems like the perfect time to celebrate those titles.
After a few slow weeks with only a few new releases, we have a packed one scheduled this time around, folks. So letís not waste any time diving right into them.
The Goosebumps film is based on the award-winning children's horror series. And now, the movie's star Jack Black has helped the film's theme song by adding his goofy voice to the rap and playing gloriously along in the accompanying video.
The cinematic version of R.L. Stineís beloved Goosebumps novels doesnít even hit theaters until later this year, but thatís never stopped anyone from looking to the future. And in case you were curious, Goosebumps 2 is already in the works.
With Labor Day weekend coming up, we are at the very end of the summer season Ė but that just means that fall is about to start and that Halloween is on its way.
By now, you've seen some reveals of these monsters and madmen. But director Rob Letterman is saving some bumps in the night for the big screen. Still, there's plenty to dish about what we did learn cruising the set of Goosebumps.
I may be old and cranky and most definitely not the target audience, but judging by this first trailer, the Goosebumps movie might actually be a pretty good time.
Happy Monday! Did you need some nightmare fuel to help you get through this severed work week? No problem, because the Goosebumps movie has unleashed a series of character posters, giving us a chilling look at what'll be going bump in the night next year.
Now the children's author who brought us titles like Stay Out of The Basement, Night of the Living Dummy and The Haunted Mask is getting a movie makeover of his own, courtesy of Jack Black, who plays R.L. Stine in the upcoming Goosebumps movie.
That time of year is almost upon us. In just two weeks, geeks and nerds from around the world will be hopping in their cars and boarding planes to head out to southern California for the annual San Diego Comic-Con. As always, we expect that the event will be packed with all kinds of big announcements and sneak peeks, but what hasnít been clear is precisely what is going to be on display. Today the roll-out of that information has begun.
Are you ready to plan your 2014 and 2015 around Big Eyes, Goosebumps and The Smurfs? The question is rhetorical. You totally are
With any luck, the upcoming Goosebumps movie will be packed with all kinds of various nostalgia triggers for audiences who grew up reading the books back in the 1990s, and one good sign that the project is heading in that direction is that they've just hired an actor with a good amount of nostalgia experience.
Now, Goosebumps has a release date of March 23rd, 2016 according to THR. Thatís more than two years from now, so youíve got tons of time to leave a note in your Trapper Keeper.
The Goosebumps adaptation continues on in its development, roping in Israeli actress Odeya Rush for the young female lead in the film. For those gauging her career superficially, sheís going from Philip Noyceís adaptation of the beloved-by-all-ages The Giver to one of the beloved-by-Ď80s-babies childrenís series.
The long in-development live-action movie based on R.L. Stine's popular horror series Goosebumps is finally taking some major steps towards production, and today it's not only been revealed who is likely to star in it, but also what the basic story is about.
If you were a kid in the 90s, chances are that you picked up at least one of R.L. Stine's Goosebumps books. The short, throw-away paperbacks were great quick reads for kids looking to read some scary stories about evil ventriloquist dummies, haunted Halloween costumes...
The latest update on Columbia's Goosebumps project came earlier this year, when the studio was looking to switch from Disturbia scribe Carl Ellsworth to Shrek Forever After writer Darren Lemke to adapt the series into a film. Frustratingly, no word has emerged on the project since then. Still, it's good to see Stine is game for a movie version, even if he's not optimistic about one coming about anytime soon.
If you grew up during the '90s, it's likely you're familiar with prolific YA-writer R.L. Stine's Goosebumps, either as the kiddie-friendly horror book series or as its child star-studded TV spin-off. The ubiquitous franchise has long frightened and delighted children with its spooky stories of devilish toys, menacing MacGuffins, and campfire tales come true.