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Yes, Randy dies in Scream 2, however, there’s rumors and speculation going around that Jamie Kennedy could make a cameo appearance in Scream 4. There’s one thing most fans of the franchise know about Jamie Kennedy and his background with stating the facts to destroy any rumors there maybe. However, he’s chosen to go silent and only had this to say about those rumors of his character popping up in the fourth installment..“I can’t tell … Continue reading
There’s lots of goodies, updates, artwork, and the like that deals with the Saw franchises latest, Saw 3D. If you’re a huge fan of the franchise, like I am, then you can add this one to your collection come January 25th, 2011. It will be available as a DVD, a Blu-ray combo pack, a digital download, and much more. The artwork for the Blu-ray/DVD/Digital combo is below. And to add a little bit of confusion … Continue reading
Did you see Buried in theaters? Well apparently I missed the moment where it may have touched the movie theaters by a week, but I’m not entirely sure. So Ryan Reynold’s film history did fantastic I guess until he did Buried, which obviously didn’t make a hit at your local big screen, which means it’s time to give his film Buried a release date. Fortunately, for those who missed the timing of the theatrical release, … Continue reading
Well it looks as though AMC wants to drop all The Walking Dead fans a hint in their last episode of the season with a three minute clip from their finale. Unfortunately fans will have to wait patiently for the second season to arrive as that time won’t be until October of next year. But according to sources, AMC’s The Walking Dead is on the verge of surpassing Mad Men and Breaking Bad in ratings. … Continue reading
Actually the release date is a couple days prior to Christmas, but I got your attention didn’t I? Ok, maybe not. Anyway, IFC has announced that The Horde will be released to DVD in the U.S. on December 21, 2010. The DVD will feature: a making-of featurette, an alternate opening, deleted scenes, drawing studies, posters, trailers, storyboards and the short film Revoallan.
There are numerous reasons why the release date for any film in progress or finished has to be pushed back or forward. But for The Thing remake, their reason for date change is because additional photography has to be dealt with first on the set. According to sources close to the production, the filmmakers have a cut of the movie and they are now hoping to use this next round of photography to enhance existing … Continue reading
MTV’s reinventing the 1985 cult classic Teen Wolf that featured original wolf member Michael J. Fox by turning it into a television series and the teaser trailer for the series has hit the web. Below is a breakdown of the three male leads in the series that include Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien, and Tyler Hoechlin.
Lionsgate has confirmed that Mike White, who wrote School of Rock and Nacho Libre, both starring Jack Black, will be at the helm of the Seth Grahame-Smith’s re-interpretation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Zombies that features heroine Elizabeth Bennet. Natalie Portman still rumored to be the producer behind the film, however there’s still no cast members yet. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is a 2009 novel by Seth Grahame-Smith. It is a mashup … Continue reading
EW gives us an inside look into the Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight Saga production designer) thriller, Red Riding Hood that stars Amanda Seyfried, Gary Oldman, Virginia Madsen, and Luke Haas. The story is set in a medieval village that is haunted by a werewolf, where a young girl falls for an orphaned woodcutter, much to her family’s displeasure. Yea, so it’s kinda like the fairy tale, but darker and with a twist haha.
A bunch of new images have surfaced form Wes Craven’s Scream 4 that features Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox, and a few others. Looks like ‘ghostface’ tries to destroy Neve in one of the photos using his infamous slicer. Check em out!
The theatrical release date for this remake has been up in the air for quite some time, but now we finally have a date for any of you who have been on the edge of your seats daily waiting to hear this…Ready?!?! April 1st is when you will get to enjoy the Darren Bousman’s remake of Mother’s Day. Here’s the scoop on what the film’s all about: After a bank robbery gone wrong, three brothers … Continue reading
In case you’re wondering who Fiona Shaw is, she just so happens to be the infamous Aunt Petunia Dursley from the Harry Potter franchise and she is making her way to HBO’s True Blood next season. Shaws is going to play Marnie in True Blood, a palm reader-turned-powerful witch, a character Alan Ball has been teasing for months.
Even though the release of AMC’s The Walking Dead came out last week, they’ve already announced news for Season #2, which means more awesome walking zombies are coming back for another round on your screen. This is what AMC had to say in this press release about the news: AMC announced today the renewal of â€śThe Walking Deadâ€ť for a 13-episode second season. Since debuting Sunday, October 31, â€śThe Walking Deadâ€ť has broken ratings records, … Continue reading
If you live in Seattle, Washington, then prepare yourself for the undead to arrive in your town this weekend with ZomBCon – a â€śconvention of the living dead.â€ť The guest list includes George Romero, Bruce Campbell, Ted Raimi, Max Brooks (author WORLD WAR Z), Chuck Palahniuk (FIGHT CLUB), Malcolm McDowell (CLOCKWORK ORANGE), John Amplas (MARTIN, DAY OF THE DEAD), Terry Alexander (DAY OF THE DEAD), The Ladies of THE EVIL DEAD (Theresa Tilly, Ellen Sandweiss, … Continue reading
MGM and Universal are currently feuding over the rights to the Child’s Play franchise since there’s been talks for quite some time over a remake in the works. Don Mancini, the man behind the franchise since day one and original writer/director, is holding on to hope and is keeping his exact plans for a reboot a closely guarded secret. As Mancini was quoted as saying, “Iâ€™m personally open to other things but I think thatâ€™s … Continue reading
As I type, the remake to the 1985 cult classic Fright Night is currently in the processed of being worked on and we now have an official plot line to go with it. Here goes: Senior Charlie Brewster (Anton Yelchin) finally has it all going on: heâ€™s running with the popular crowd and dating the most coveted girl in his high school. In fact, heâ€™s so cool heâ€™s even dissing his best friend. But trouble … Continue reading
Even though Christopher Nolan’s Inception left theaters just a short time ago, we already have the DVD and Blu-ray release date information available at our fingertips. On December 7th, 2010, get ready for one of the best films of 2010 to expand the new release shelves at your local Blockbuster when Inception arrives and does it’s brain bending justice. And even though the film did $800 million (that’s all?!?) worldwide, the questions fan may still … Continue reading
Now that production has officially gotten underway in Vancouver for Final Destination 5, we get the exclusive opportunity to see a couple behind the scenes photos, c/o Nigel Horsley of ShockTillYouDrop, from the set. Both of these photos feature stars Tony Todd, who’s doing his come back role as Bludworth (or Death as I like to refer to him), and Emma Bell who plays Molly.
This weeks Entertainment Weekly features a couple new photos from Wes Craven’s ‘Scream 4′ and you can certainly tell their magazine affiliated. Here’s a sneak peak at some of the new cast members along with a few veterans.
A special aired on VH1 that featured a clip from Saw 3D that involves Hoffman and Jill. Someone decided to tape the face off from their television and post it to youtube and this is what they recorded.
So this years New York Comic Con and something of a surprise added to it’s list of events, photos, comic geeks, and special guests. During the convention a few onlookers took a photo of the new The Thing banner, with a tagline of “Before it was unleashed, it was discovered.” According to sources close to the film, The Thing was going to be classified as a prequel even though production company would much rather call … Continue reading