A new video featuring stars Sam Worthington, Ralph Fiennes, Liam Neeson, and Alexa Davalos along with director Louis Leterrier and producer Basil Iwanyk has surfaced to help get you even more excited about the April 2nd premiere of Clash of the Titans in 3D.
Things are getting downright ridiculous in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn land. First Deadline Hollywood reports that "it's definitive. Filming on [two] back-to-back [Breaking Dawn] movies would begin in mid-October, and Summit Entertainment is looking at 'high end' directors." But then MTV states Summit told them, "No decision has been made." Further muddying the waters, The Hollywood Reporter chimes in with word that "the halls of Summit are also alive with the parallel potential of filming the last film — or films — in 3D."
Those of you sitting there waiting patiently for Robert Englund to turn on his Web Cam because you can't wait to see what he's gonna do needn't wait much longer! The first trailer and artwork for his next film have just hit online, and we've got a look at the goods for you!
One of the best things about the original Clash of the Titans was the very evil-looking Medusa that Harryhausen crafted to fight our hero. With the remake on the horizon we haven't gotten a good look at the updated design for old snake head, but thanks to Clash of the Titans in Wales, we've gotten our best one yet.
Out of Italy comes a new telling of Henry James' classic ghost tale, The Turn of the Screw, and it seems as if our Italian horror loving pisans are checking out our yankee trends because it's coming in -- of course -- 3D!
Though I personally was a little disappointed with Zombieland, most people really dug it, and it performed well enough at the box office to warrant a sequel. Writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick are working hard to make that happen, and when it does, you can expect all the usual suspects to return for another round of undead mayhem. But what else should you expect?
No matter how much we wanted to deny it, we knew this day would eventually come. Scary rumblings out of Universal today tell of a possible 3D Jaws remake. We're gonna need a bigger barrel. To vomit in.
Could this be an end of an era? According to writer Patrick Melton, Kevin Greutert's upcoming Saw VII 3D could mark the very last entry into the famed blockbuster franchise. Just when things were getting fun again!
Today's the day, folks! Saw VII begins principal photography with Kevin Greutert at its helm. This comes as a bit of a bittersweet pill. For one thing Saw fans should be thrilled as Kevin made Part VI one of the best of the series; however, the man's heart was set on making Paranormal Activity 2 for Paramount. All in all, we're sure he'll still make the best movie possible. Just a shame he had to be douched into making it.
A little more clarification has come down from the man himself, Steven Spielberg, about whether or not we can be expecting to see Gremlins 3D anytime in the near future.
The Sony release date shuffle has begun, and several of this year's flicks have been pushed to 2011. Let's look at the tale of the tape!
For those of you out there unfamiliar with the Susan Hill book or the 1989 TV movie of The Woman in Black, take our advice and track them down immediately. You won't be sorry! We're talking some really scary stuff here, man! Even better? A new version from Hammer Films is officially on its way!
The Underworld franchise is a bit of an anomaly. Usually the longer a franchise runs, the worse the films get. In the case of Underworld it's just the opposite. With a fourth version coming at us in 3D, there's been a lot of speculation as to what will happen. A sequel to the prequel? A sequel to the sequel? Finally a few details have emerged.
The first casting news from the already controversial seventh entry into the Saw franchise, Saw VII in 3D, has hit the net and it yields no shockers. Yet, that is.
Duck Season. Wabbit Season. Duck Season. Wabbit Season. Clash of the Titans 2D. Clash of the Titans 3D. 2D. 3D. ENOUGH ALREADY! Finally, the answer has come down. Yes, Louis Leterrier's remake of Clash of the Titans will make it into theatres in both 2D and 3D formats, though not shot with a 3D effect in mind.