Garland wrote the pilot for Devs, a thriller that follows a computer engineer whose boyfriend may have been murdered by her employer.
Oscar Isaac joins Natalie Portman, Jennifer Jason Leigh and others in Alex Garland's ("Ex Machina") sci-fi thriller "Annihilation."
The "Ex Machina" director, who wrote 2002's "28 Days Later," says it will be based on his concept, but that's the extent of his involvement.
The adaptation of the sci-fi/horror novel by Jeff VanderMeer will be the director's followup to "Ex Machina."
Effortlessly blending genre conventions, Alex Garland's directorial debut is a thought-provoking, tense and surprisingly funny examination of technology, humanity and control.
Upcoming science-fiction film "Ex Machina" boosts its visual promotion with a poster drawn by "Afterlife with Archie" artist Francesco Francavilla.
In a new trailer for Alex Garland's directorial deubt, Ava isn't the only one being tested.
The 28 Days Later screenwriter says there are "quite serious conversations" about a third film in the post-apocalyptic horror franchise.
Paramount has hired the Ex Machina writer-director to adapt the first book in Jeff VanderMeer's Southern Reach trilogy.
The new thriller from 28 Days Later screenwriter Alex Garland, starring Domhnall Gleeson and Oscar Isaac, offers up plenty of atmosphere and robot tension.
According to the Dredd star, a follow-up film might take its cues from the storyline examining the early days of the Judges.
Writer Arthur Wyatt reveals details about "Judge Dredd: Underbelly," the official sequel to last year's cult film "Dredd 3D," featuring the hard-lined future cop's adventures in dystopian Mega-City one.
Dredd star Karl Urban insists that, despite the film's poor performance at the box office, a sequel isn't completely out of the question.
Alex Garland spoke with CBR about adapting "Dredd 3D" from its "2000 AD" roots to the big screen, his thoughts on Karl Urban's turn as the titular character and his vision for the future of the fledgling franchise.