Adi Shankar announced on his Facebook page a deal with Ubisoft to adapt Assassin's Creed for the small-screen as an anime.
The 'Power/Rangers' fan film producer will direct three digital projects for the studio over the next two years, including an animated superheroes concept.
Producer Adi Shankar will release all 16 episodes of his Hollywood hypothetical-centric series on YouTube.
The producer of "Dredd" and "Power/Rangers" is developing an animated adaptation of "Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse" with Frederator Studios.
"Dredd" producer Adi Shankar shares what he'd do with Fox's Marvel characters; Daniel Cudmore almost returned as Colossus and more.
Richards and Seymour join a growing cast that includes Jackson Rathbone, Kellan Lutz, Sharni Vinson, Andy Milonakis and WWE's Diamond Dallas Page.
"Adi Shankar’s Gods And Secrets" will explore the real world application of traditional comic book tropes on its cast of superheroes.
Adi Shankar offers a crash course in film finance to explain what it would take to get "Dredd 2" made. Short answer: a lot.
Producer Adi Shankar opens up about "James Bond: In Service Of Nothing," the "Power/Rangers" controversy and what he'd do with Captain Planet.
The animated "In Service of Nothing" follows 007 as he struggles to find his place in the modern world. Updated!
A new video traces the path of the dark and violent "Power Rangers" fan film, from location scouting to the premiere.
The Green Ranger may have disapproved, but many other former Rangers seem to have enjoyed the darker version of the kids' action franchise.
Producer Adi Shankar and director Joseph Kahn have reached an agreement with Saban Entertainment to return their controversial "Power/Rangers" deboot to the video sites.
After their video was yanked off of YouTube, the filmmakers of a 14-minute "Power Rangers" fan video are considering putting up a legal fight.
From the producer of "Dirty Laundry" and "Truth in Journalism" and the director of "Detention" comes a dark and violent short film that looks into the bleak future of the Power Rangers.
The seven-episode animated series, which features the Dark Judges, will premiere online Monday.
New images of "Dredd" executive producer Adi Shankar's animated Dark Judges animated miniseries "Superfiend" have debuted online.
As a thank you to fans, Adi Shankar is expanding his "Bootleg Universe" with a seven-part miniseries centering on the undead law enforcers.