And the 3D conversion train is chugging along on its tracks, though we cannot imagine it not being derailed soon. Box Office Mojo is now reporting that Wes Craven's My Soul to Take is the next flick up for conversion.
My god! Could it actually be? Why yes! Yes! Wes Craven's next horror flick, My Soul to Take (formerly 25/8), actually has a release date! Well, then. It's about time!
Once again Wes Craven has taken to Twitter to update everyone on the status of his upcoming 25/8. Wait ... what's that? The film has a new title? Read on for more!
Wes Craven has updated fans on the status of his latest film 25/8 via Twitter (of course) with a behind-the-scenes image and a tasty 140-character tidbit. Plot Synopsis
A couple of updates came through via Twitter recently that we thought newsworthy but not quite detailed enough for their own individual stories.
A few behind-the-scenes images for Wes Craven's 25/8 have surfaced today from the master himself so we're doing our duty to point you in the right direction. Plot Synopsis
Universal just released stills from their 2009 slate of movies and while some of them we’ve seen a thousand times before, like The Wolfman and Cirque du Freak, we do have our first look at Wes Craven’s 25/8 and some new imagery from Last House on the Left and Drag Me to Hell.
After months of negotiations Variety reports that Relativity Media has officially snapped up Rogue Pictures from the hands of Universal Pictures, closing the deal for around $150 million.
Both Nomad and Tristan just checked in with updates from both the Rogue press junket and Tristan’s time with Wes Craven during the roundtable. Subjects ranging from the Last House on the Left remake to Craven’s return to writing and directing, 25/8 were covered, so let’s get to it…
Last month Max Thieriot shared some plot details about Wes Craven's 2009 horror flick 25/8.
The star of Wes Craven's latest horror jaunt, Max Thieriot, spoke recently with STYD, where he cleared up what first appeared to be a very muddled plot of the upcoming 25/8.
Why these weren't pointed out before is beyond me, but this is better late than never.
The lead role for Wes Craven’s return to horror, the awkwardly titled 25/8, has been recast according to The Hollywood Reporter this morning.
The cast for Wes Craven’s next horror venture,25/8, is beginning to take shape according to The Hollywood Reporter, and finally we have a bit of plot we can work with.