We’ve all chuckled when a terrible movie throws out a line of dialogue that seems to sum up our own dismissal of the film perfectly. That idea is the inspiration for a video that uses dialogue from some of the worst films of 2014 to review the films themselves.
While there’s a movie or two in here that might not quite be among the year’s worst (Monuments Men is too optimistic to really hate, I’d argue, even if it does squander a great cast and premise) there’s nothing quite as apt as seeing dialogue from A Million Ways to Die in the West, Dracula Unbound and, yeah, Winter’s Tale (above) repurposed to talk about the films themselves. Read More »
Last week, we took a look at the highest rated movies of 2014 on IMDb. Today we look at the worst (lowest) rated movies. Again, the movies are rated year round by IMDb users, and provide one of the largest sampling of mainstream public opinion on films. Find out which 40 films are on the IMDB worst movies of 2014 list, after the jump.
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Posted on Thursday, July 11th, 2013 by Angie Han
In Mary Shelley‘s classic novel, Victor Frankenstein is horrified the first time he looks upon his creation because the thing is flat-out hideous: eight feet tall, with watery eyes, black lips, and translucent yellow skin. The creature is so ugly, in fact, that Frankenstein immediately flees the room.
In Stuart Beattie‘s I, Frankenstein, however, he doesn’t look nearly so grotesque. In fact, with his chiseled features and washboard abs, he looks more like a movie star than a monster. Perhaps that’s because he’s played by an actual movie star, Aaron Eckhart. See the first official image from the modern-day epic, based on the graphic novel by Kevin Grevioux, after the jump.
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We’re less than a month away from the granddaddy of all pop culture gatherings, San Diego Comic-Con, and Lionsgate is the first studio to officially announce it will be bringing movies to show off. On Saturday July 20, in Hall H, stars and filmmakers behind The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and I, Frankenstein will be on hand to promote and show brand new footage. Read More »
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Posted on Tuesday, September 18th, 2012 by Angie Han
Though we got our first peek at Aaron Eckhart in monster mode back in April, it now seems we’ll have to wait a whole other year to see the movie surrounding him. Lionsgate has just shifted the comic book adaptation I, Frankenstein from February to September, putting the Dwayne Johnson actioner Snitch in early 2013 instead. More after the jump.
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Stuart Beattie is currently directing Aaron Eckhart as a modern version of the creature from Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein. The film I, Frankenstein is based on the graphic novel of the same name by Kevin Grevioux, with Eckhart taking a lot of inspiration for his version of the monster directly from the Shelly original.
Now we’ve got the first photos of Eckhart in costume and makeup for the film. Hit the jump to compare his look on set to the graphic novel depiction of the monster, above. Read More »
Posted on Friday, November 18th, 2011 by Angie Han
Chuck actress Yvonne Strahovski is in final talks for I, Frankenstein, Stuart Beattie‘s adaptation of the comic book by Kevin Grevioux. Aaron Eckhart leads the cast as Frankenstein’s classic monster, who in the present day goes by Adam and stands between humanity and the supernatural demons who would overtake them.
Bill Nighy was previously announced as being in talks to play the villain, a demon prince determined to unlock the secrets of Frankenstein’s reanimation. Strahovski is negotiating for the female lead, a scientist who’s tricked by the demons into helping them create an undead army. Miranda Otto and Socratis Otto (no relation) also star.
Strahovski recently starred in Killer Elite with Jason Statham, Clive Owen, and Robert De Niro, and will next appear in My Mother’s Curse with Seth Rogen, Barbra Streisand, and Adam Scott. I, Frankenstein is scheduled to begin shooting this winter in Australia. [The Hollywood Reporter]
After the jump, rising star David Oyelowo books yet another high-profile project, and Elle Fanning and Alessandro Nivola try to stop things from exploding.
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Over nearly two years, Lakeshore Entertainment has been trying to get a jump on the impending Frankenstein adaptation race by making a movie based on Keven Grevioux‘s graphic novel I, Frankenstein. The Underworld-like story, a “contemporary fantasy thriller in which the original monster of Victor Frankenstein stands between the human race and an uprising of supernatural creatures determined to overthrow the world,” was originally going to be directed by Underworld: Rise of the Lycans director Patrick Tatopoulos. But Stuart Beattie stepped in to write and direct in March of this year, and last month Aaron Eckhart was signed to play the heroic monster Adam Frankenstein.
Now Bill Nighy is in talks to keep the Underworld comparisons going by playing the villain of the film. Read More »
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Early last year Lakeshore Entertainment became one of many companies to actively put a Frankenstein movie into development. In this case the property is I, Frankenstein, based on the graphic novel by Kevin Grevioux. The story is a contemporary fantasy/thriller based on Mary Shelly’s original gothic tale. It follows the monster, Adam Frankenstein, who has survived to the modern era and finds himself (itself?) caught up in a war between immortals. No shit.
Lionsgate will distribute I, Frankenstein, and the studio announced today that Aaron Eckhart will play Adam Frankenstein. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, March 29th, 2011 by Angie Han
30 Days of Night screenwriter Stuart Beattie has signed on to write and direct I, Frankenstein for Lakeshore Entertainment. The film will be based on the Darkstorm Studios graphic novel by Kevin Grevioux, one of the writers behind 2003’s vampire-werewolf action flick Underworld. I, Frankenstein features the classic literary monster as a modern-day private detective who deals with both humans and other supernatural creatures — including Dracula, now a mob boss, and the Invisible Man, a secret agent. More details after the jump.
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