The Shadow Movie Has a New Home...FOX!

Sam Raimi is still attached as producer but according to what Latino Review, "The Shadow" is no longer with Sony. It is now with 20th Century Fox, and they have picked up the property.

Latino also says FOX is eying David Slade as the director job of the comic book adaption and whose movies include: "Twilight Saga: Eclipse" (not yet out), "Hard Candy," and "30 Days of Night" (Sam Raimi also produced this one).

The Shadow has been a collection of pulp magazine novels, radio programs, movies in the thirties, a 15-chapter serial produced by Columbia Studios, DC comics, Dark horse comic book series, and many more. Most recently on the big screen, a Universal Pictures feature film in 1994 starring Alec Baldwin.

LEEE777 - Sounds to this fan boy that this could have something to do with what happened with Raimi and his Spider-man franchise at Sony and might be the main reason its home is now at 20th Century Fox? Anyways thoughts and comments below.


Concept Art For 1994's THE SHADOW Starring Alec Baldwin

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Hit the jump to check out concept art that was created by concept artist Christopher Ross (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) for Alec Baldwin's 1994 superhero film The Shadow.
We could indeed. Pajiba are reporting that the latest Director to be attached to this much tossed around movie is the mighty chin himself, Q.T.
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Most people know that the former Spider-Man director was set to produce "The Shadow." Evidently, he now wants to direct it also.
Will Sam Raimi, mega-director of the Spider-Man franchise, be able to spin a golden web around a 1930s classic?