Nearly a decade after The Chronicles of Riddick, our favorite Furian warrior is finally charging back onto screens this fall with Riddick. Star Vin Diesel revealed the first peek at the new adventure a couple months back, by way of a 22-second teaser, but now there’s a meatier full-length trailer to sink our teeth into. Check it out, along with a new teaser poster and images, after the jump.
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It’s been a long eight years for fans of David Twohy and Vin Diesel‘s Riddick saga, but after numerous stops and starts, the third installment is coming together at last. Universal Studios has issued a press release announcing the start of principal photography in Montreal on the new sci-fi thriller, a follow-up to 2000′s Pitch Black and 2004′s The Chronicles of Riddick — and in the process, offered up some new crumbs of information about the film’s plotline and casting. Read more after the jump.
Posted on Tuesday, January 10th, 2012 by Angie Han
It took years for Vin Diesel and David Twohy to finally get their third Riddick movie off the ground, and even once production began, the project ran into further troubles and was forced to go on a two-month hiatus while it paid off its debts. But production is back in full swing at the Montreal set now, and things are looking up, at least on the casting front.
According to new reports, Colombiana actor Jordi Mollà has entered negotiations to play the head villain, while Battlestar Galactica star Katee Sackhoff, who was offered a part back in the fall, is now in final talks to board the untitled picture. More details after the jump.
Posted on Wednesday, December 7th, 2011 by Russ Fischer
The casting for J.J. Abrams‘ Star Trek sequel is going strong, with Peter Weller and Alice Eve being the high-profile additions of late. Benicio Del Toro was said to have a lock on the key villain role (possibly Khan) but ended up passing on the part last week.
The combination of interest in Del Toro and the rumor of Khan as villain — originally played by Ricardo Montalban — led some to wonder if Del Toro’s replacement would be another Latin actor. That seems to be the case, as the latest report is that Venezuelan actor Édgar Ramírez, so very good in the Olivier Assayas miniseries Carlos, is the current front-runner for the role. Read More »