Total Updates: 11
- Fri., Feb. 19, 2016 from The Hollywood Reporter
- added Brad Peyton as director and producer to credits of San Andreas 2
- Tue., Jul. 28, 2015 from Deadline
- added Brad Peyton as director to credits of Rampage
- Mon., Oct. 14, 2013 from Variety
- changed the status of Brad Peyton to Current of San Andreas 3D
- Sun., Sep. 29, 2013 from The Hollywood Reporter
- added Brad Peyton as director to credits of Incarnate
- Fri., Dec. 14, 2012 from Deadline
- added Brad Peyton as Director to the credits of Monument 14
- added Brad Peyton (In Talks) to the credits of San Andreas 3D
- Fri., Apr. 20, 2012 from Deadline
- added Brad Peyton to the credits of Lobo
- Thu., Dec. 22, 2011 from Reuters
- added Brad Peyton to the credits of Journey 3
- Mon., May. 24, 2010 from Deadline
- changed the status of Brad Peyton to Current of Journey 2: The Mysterious Island
- Wed., Apr. 28, 2010 from Deadline
- added Brad Peyton (Rumored) to the credits of Journey 2: The Mysterious Island
- added Brad Peyton to the credits of High School Heroes
New Line and Dwayne Johnson want to make the earth move for you one more time.
Brad Peyton is in talks with New Line Cinema to direct Rampage, reteaming him with the key players from the summer hit San Andreas.
Dwayne Johnson is ready to jumpstart a fresh property as he is set to star in New Line’s 3D disaster pic San Andreas.
Rosario Dawson is in negotiations to star opposite Aaron Eckhart in Incarnate, a potential new horror franchise from Jason Blum's Blumhouse Productions.
Reel FX and Andrew Adamson’s Strange Weather have acquired screen rights to Monument 14, the first installment of a young adult novel trilogy by Emmy Laybourne that Brad Peyton will adapt to direct.
Brad Peyton, who helmed the global hit Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, has just been set by Warner Bros to rewrite and direct Lobo, the live-action film based on the DC Comics franchise. Joel Silver and Akiva Goldsman are producing.
Journey 2 doesn’t hit theaters until Feb. 10, but the movie tested well over the weekend, and New Line has attached the film’s team to Journey 3 – if there is such a movie – TheWrap has learned.
Brad Peyton is making a deal to direct the "Journey to the Center of the Earth" sequel, as Brendan Fraser is withdrawing as the film's star.
Two big Warner Bros sequels are in the offing, and both of them are wrestling with major elements changes from the original moneymakers. Warner Bros and Legendary Pictures are moving ahead with a sequel to Clash of the Titans, which the studio would like as early as spring, 2012.