Screen Gems has provided us with five exclusive photos from Scott Stewart‘s action/horror/thriller Priest, which stars Paul Bettany as a priest who disobeys church law to track down the vampires who kidnapped his niece.
Stewart comes from a special effects background, working on films such as Sin City, Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire, and Iron Man, among many others. He made his directorial debut with Legion, which I still haven’t seen but heard not-so-great things about.
I will say this, the images we’ve received (which you can see after the jump) look bad ass. I’m sure we’ll get to see the first trailer during Sony’s panel at Comic-Con (update: I’ve been told that a First Look of Priest in 3D will be part of the presentation), and it will likely be online soon after. Hit the jump to see the photos.
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We haven’t really heard or seen much from Scott Stewart‘s Priest since the set visit video that aired during the Canadian version of Entertainment Tonight in March (watch it here). Over the weekend, the first production photo featuring Paul Bettany was released online (discovered by BloodyDisgusting). See the full image after the jump.
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Check out this first look at Scott Stewart‘s Priest aired during the Canadian version of Entertainment Tonight on Friday. You can watch it now embedded after the jump.
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The Sony-owned genre label Screen Gems has announced that they will be converting the upcoming graphic-novel adaptation Priest to digital 3D. The move follows Warner Bros, who decided last week to convert Clash of the Titans and the last two Harry Potter films to 3D following the success of Avatar. The film, directed by Legion helmer Scott Stewart,tells the story of a priest who “disobeys church law to track down the vampires who kidnapped his niece.”
Originally set to hit theaters on August 20th 2010, the release has now been pushed back to January 14th 2011 to allow time for the 3d conversion process and to take advantage of more 3D screens. Exhibitors hope to have more than 7,000 digital 3D capable screens online by the end of the year.
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