Posted on Tuesday, June 16th, 2015 by Angie Han
You’ve had a chance to explore the gorgeous and creepy haunted house of Guillermo del Toro‘s dreams; now meet some of its equally gorgeous and creepy inhabitants. Universal and Legendary have released four jewel-toned Crimson Peak character posters featuring Mia Wasikowska, Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain, and Charlie Hunnam. Check ’em out after the jump. Read More »
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Posted on Tuesday, June 16th, 2015 by Angie Han
Norma and Norman Bates’ toxic relationship will continue for the foreseeable future. A&E has renewed Bates Motel for two more seasons, the show’s fourth and fifth. The Psycho prequel stars Freddie Highmore and Vera Farmiga. More on the Bates Motel renewal after the jump. Read More »
Michael Myers is putting on the mask and picking up the knife once again as Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton are working on a “recalibration” of the Halloween series. Halloween Returns is the title of the new film, which will be the eleventh overall installment in the Halloween series, and the tenth featuring killer Michael Myers.
The story reportedly centers on the grown child of a former Myers victim harboring a deep (and understandable) resentment of the killer before becoming a target of the newly-freed Myers. In addition to serving as one of the writers, Marcus Dunstan will direct. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, June 11th, 2015 by Angie Han
If that fantastic first trailer got you all pumped up for The Martian, you’re in luck. 20th Century Fox has moved the Ridley Scott space thriller up two months. Meanwhile, Victor Frankenstein — the horror-drama retelling starring Daniel Radcliffe and James McAvoy — has been pushed back. Get Victor Frankenstein and The Martian release date details after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, June 10th, 2015 by Angie Han
Alejandro Amenábar (The Others) returns this summer with Regression, his first feature in six years. Emma Watson stars as a young woman who accuses her father (David Dencik) of a crime, and Ethan Hawke is the detective assigned to the case.
The dad claims not to remember the incident, so a psychologist (David Thewlis) is brought in to help him recover his memories. As they dig deeper into the mystery of what happened, the cop discovers that the case may be much more complicated and more horrific than they had initially suspected. Watch the Regression trailer after the jump. Read More »
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Posted on Monday, June 8th, 2015 by Angie Han
You got your first look at Ghostface’s replacement last week; now see the new masked killer in action. MTV has unveiled a new trailer for Scream, based on the hit film franchise. The iconic mask has changed, and the kids are chatting on iPhones instead of landlines, but the meta sense of humor remains. Watch the latest Scream trailer after the jump. Read More »
The epic nature of Stephen King‘s The Stand has meant that a big screen adaptation is all but impossible. Several filmmakers have tried and failed to condense the lengthy story – which is about a plague that destroys the world, and the battle between good and evil that follows – into a single movie. All have failed.
Josh Boone, director of The Fault In Our Stars, is the current director attached, and it seems his film won’t face the same failure. In fact, the project just got a lot bigger. Boone, Warner Bros. and CBS Films are reportedly talking to Showtime about airing an 8-part miniseries of The Stand that would act as a lead up to The Stand movie, which would hit theaters after the series ends. Read More »
Riding a wave of good festival showings and positive reviews, the horror film We Are Still Here begins to hit theaters and VOD this weekend. Ted Geoghegan made the film as his directorial debut, and the story follows a couple as they attempt to put a traumatic loss behind them by moving to a nice house out in the New England countryside. But the house has secrets, and it hungers. There’s clearly a vein of humor that runs through this one, alongside inspiration from Lovecraft and some other weird fiction. Check out the new We Are Still Here trailer below. Read More »
I’m always fascinated with the stories of movies that never were (like Darren Aronofsky’s vision of Batman). So much work in Hollywood never makes it to the big screen. From pitches to development, to years of scripts, casting, and even screen tests, films have a long road before cameras begin to roll. And we only occasionally see remnants of these unmade productions.
Most common are abandoned scripts which have leaked online over the years (like Frank Darabont‘s draft of Indiana Jones 4). Sometimes we get costume tests and concept art, like has happened with Tim Burton‘s Superman Lives. But other times we get a glimpse into the pitching process, be it a video like Kevin Tancharoen’s ‘The Hunger Games’ Pitch Trailer or concept art for an idea that never made it into development. And sometimes a filmmaker posts abandoned concept art and it sparks the fire and a movie is reborn (as is with Neill Blomkamp’s Alien film).
Splice/Cube/Hannibal director Vincenzo Natali has been posting some of the early concept art and pitch work that was created for some of his unmade movies, including Neuromancer, Stephen King’s It, Swamp Thing and Predator. Take a look at the Vincenzo Natali Neuromancer It and Predator concept artwork after the jump.
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