Get out next year's calendars, kids. Time to save the date for another highly anticipated flick. Just when will we be treated to The Grey, Joe Carnahan's thriller about a group of oil drillers whose plane crashes in Alaska, smack in the middle of the hunting grounds of a territorial rogue wolf pack? Read on for details.
It took a few days, but finally confirmation has come that Open Road has acquired U.S. distribution rights to The Grey, Joe Carnahan's thriller about a group of oil drillers whose plane crashes in Alaska, smack in the middle of the hunting grounds of a territorial rogue wolf pack.
Earlier today a 30-minute reel of Joe Carnahan's survival film The Grey was shown to distributors, and at least a half dozen of them are engaged in a bidding war. Complicating matters even further is the fact that the filmmakers are insisting The Grey be released later this year
Today's Entertainment Weekly magazine brings us a "First Look" at Joe Carnahan's The Grey, which reunites the director with his A-Team star Liam Neeson and promises "fewer explosions but more scares."
We couldn't be happier that director Joe Carnahan has gotten a green light to start production next week on The Grey, a thriller that stars Liam Neeson, and we also are liking the actors that have filled out his cast. With the lack of female names, could this be the next The Thing?
We've been fans of writer/director Joe Carnahan since seeing Narc back in early 2003 and have been waiting for him to dip a few toes into the horror genre. While his upcoming The Grey may be more action-drama than pure horror, he does label it a "monster movie", a description that always gets our attention.