I don’t know about you, but I’ve been craving a good tornado movie. Not something dumb with sharks or whatever, but something that at least tries to be realistic and scary. That craving is so bad, I get legitimately excited when Twister is on TV. Well, thank the clouds, New Line’s upcoming tornado film Into the Storm is almost here.
Directed by Steven Quale (Avatar), it stars Richard Armitage (The Hobbit) and Sarah Wayne Callies (The Walking Dead) in the story of what happens to a small town when one of the worst storms ever hits. It opens August 8 and you can get a great look at the scope of the carnage in this new trailer. Watch the latest Into the Storm trailer below. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, March 27th, 2014 by Angie Han
Because we haven’t been through enough crazy weather events so far this year, Warner Bros. has just unleashed its first Into the Storm trailer. When a barrage of cyclones hits the small town of Silverton, a group of thrill-seeking storm chasers head out into the chaos to try and document this once-in-a-lifetime meteorological event.
Richard Armitage (Thorin Oakenshield from The Hobbit) stars, along with Sarah Wayne Callies (The Walking Dead), Matt Walsh (Veep), and Jeremy Sumpter (TV’s Friday Night Lights). Watch the trailer and check out the new poster after the jump.
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Posted on Wednesday, September 25th, 2013 by Angie Han
Just as next year’s real-life tornado season winds down, Warner Bros. will unleash a twister of its own The studio has just set an August release for Into the Storm, formerly titled Black Sky or Category Six.
Steven Quale (Final Destination 5) directs the found-footage tornado thriller, which centers around a group of storm chasers and stars Richard Armitage (The Hobbit), Sarah Wayne Callies (The Walking Dead), and Matt Walsh (Veep). Hit the jump for plot details and more. Read More »
Posted on Friday, July 22nd, 2011 by Angie Han
Final Destination isn’t the kind of franchise that surprises — if you’ve seen any of the four previous installments, you probably already have a pretty good idea of what to expect from Final Destination 5. We were treated to a 3-D clip from the upcoming film, showing that scene familiar from any Final Destination movie: the moment when one of the characters has a horrifying vision of death, prompting him to get off the airplane / highway / roller coaster / stands / bus just before it comes true. Read details of the footage after the jump.
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We’ve been getting a lot of casting info about Final Destination 5, which James Cameron protege Steven Quale is soon directing. Emma Bell from Frozen and The Walking Dead is signing on as the female lead.
She’ll join P.J. Byrne, Tony Todd, David Koechner, Meghan Ory, Nicholas D’Agosto, Ellen Wroe, Arlen Escarpeta and Miles Fisher when the film shoots in Vancouver later this month. Expect more antics in which death stalks people, who end up expiring in rather extravagent ways. [Arrow in the Head]
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Over the past week there has been some casting movement on 5nal Destination, aka the fifth Final Destination movie. We haven’t reported some of it because, well, the movie was called 5nal Destination. And after the last couple films in the series, mustering up enthusiasm for this one is difficult. (Though there might be some reason to hope for a better outcome this time. More on that in a moment.)
Now, in addition to a couple more names, including the returning Tony Todd and surprising addition of David Koechner, there’s vague suggestion that someone in marketing or production has come to their senses and the film could be backing away from that ridiculous title. Read More »
So you’re looking to hire someone for your 3D movie and you can’t afford James Cameron because it’s just another horror sequel? What is a studio to do? How about hire a Cameron protege?
New Line Cinema/Warner Bros has hired Steven Quale to direct the upcoming horror 3D sequel Final Destination 5.
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