Rotten Tomatoes accidentally declares legendary filmmaker John Carpenter dead on his 70th birthday. He is, however, still alive.
Greg Pak and Daniel Bayliss are combining the two John Carpenter franchises for a comic book crossover from BOOM! Studios.
The legendary "Halloween" helmer criticizes "The Walking Dead" for rehashing elements of "Night of the Living Dead."
Carpenter will return to executive produce the tenth installment of the "Halloween" franchise, while Blum produces through his Blumhouse banner.
The revered filmmaker tells CBR News about his creative renaissance in the comic book sphere, creating new worlds and revisiting familiar ones.
Carpenter thought Luc Besson's action film was too close to his 'Escape from New York' and 'Escape from L.A.,' and a French court agreed.
John Carpenter's horror classic returns to theaters for a one-night engagement on Thursday, October 29.
Jack Burton comes to comics as Eric Powell and company spill the beans on what's coming in BOOM!'s "Big Trouble in Little China."
"Dead Letters" writer Christopher Sebela talks to CBR about writing BOOM!'s just announced comic based on John Carpenter's "Escape From New York."
Eric Powell and Brian Churilla team with John Carpenter and BOOM! Studios to tell the adventures of Jack Burton, star of "Big Trouble In Little China."
Studio Canal and Silver Pictures announced they're working in a trilogy based on John Carpenter's 1981 sci-fi action film Escape From New York.
Director Robert Ben Garant teams with the stars of MTV's Teen Wolf -- Dylan O'Brien, Colton Haynes, Tyler Hoechlin and Holland Roden -- for a Halloween-themed short film at Funny or Die called "Charlie Brown: Blockhead's Revenge."