This is pretty exciting news: Vin Diesel has announced that he’s intending on developing two Riddick sequels: a fourth film titled Furia, and a television show titled Merc City.
To err is human, to forgive divine. So I guess if you forgive these people and companies for making some of the most moronic decisions of this year, you're a god. Congratulations! Now cast your divine attention to learning how DC, Cartoon Network, Disney and more bungled their way through 2013.
It's no secret that Vin Diesel, the gravely-voiced star of Pitch Black and the new film Riddick, likes video games. So it makes sense that there have been two solid Riddick games already—and now we're getting a new one.
There aren't too many characters like Richard B. Riddick nowadays. He's an old-fashioned sort of anti-hero, whose amoral brutality is tempered by a code of honor. He was great in his first movie, but it turns out that antiheroes have a hard time supporting a franchise. As his new movie, Riddick, sadly proves.
Everything Wrong With The Chronicles Of Riddick in 8 Minutes? That hardly seems like enough time. Then again, I could sum it up in five seconds — Vin Diesel isn't playing the Iron Giant here.
This fall is just packed with movie goodness. A lot of the year's most ambitious films are coming out in the next four months. Including huge space epics, massive franchise pictures... and Marvel's first post-Avengers movie without Iron Man in it. Here's our prognosis for 20 upcoming science fiction and fantasy…
Vin Diesel just wants to be restrained in the latest teaser trailer for the third Chronicles of Riddick movie.
A Danish mother has at last paid back years of refrigerator finger-paintings of her as a stick figure with circle boobies and a triangle skirt. Nothing says motherly love like a Riddick box cover painting.