Posted on Friday, February 7th, 2014 by Angie Han
Two of the four hundred or so Stephen King projects currently in development are making strides in casting. Jay Baruchel has signed on to lead The Ten O’Clock People, replacing Justin Long, while Isabelle Fuhrman (Orphan) and Stacy Keach (Nebraska) have joined John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson in Cell. More details on both films after the jump.
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In June we saw the first teaser for Paranormal Activity 2, which opens on October 22. But that mostly traded on the cache of the first film, which did shockingly well for Paramount. (Thanks in part to a very smart marketing campaign.) Now there’s a full trailer for the sequel, which introduces the new family that falls victim to a haunting. See it after the break. Read More »
Shock Till You Drop has learned that the first teaser trailer for Paranormal Activity 2 will be attached to The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, which hits theaters next week — on Wednesday, June 30th 2010.
Tod ‘Kip’ Williams (The Door in the Floor) is directing the movie, and shooting began recently. The script is by Michael Perry. Oren Peli is producing; Akiva Goldsman is executive producer. Paramount Pictures has yet to confirm any cast members, although we expect the film to consist of mostly unknowns. The film is set to hit theaters on October 22nd 2010.
Briefly: Well, it’s not quite Brian De Palma, but it’s also not Akiva Goldsman. And did we really think that Paramount was going to a big-name director for this quickie sequel to Paranormal Activity? So: Tod ‘Kip’ Williams (The Door in the Floor) will direct Paranormal Activity 2.
The hire was announced on the film’s official website (via STYD) with a note from Oren Peli, who directed the first film.The script is by Michael Perry. Oren Peli is producing; Akiva Goldsman is executive producer.
“We are thrilled to have Kip working with us,” Peli says. “He is the guy we want at the helm, because he knows exactly what we want to deliver to the fans…and I can’t wait to be a part of what he’s putting together. I don’t want to spoil the story but I promise it’ll surprise you.”