The (almost) final weekend box office numbers are in, confirming our earlier report that David R. Ellis' The Final Destination had emerged as the champ in its battle against Rob Zombie's Halloween II. The numbers? $28.3 million (a whopping $9,079 per screen) for TFD (no doubt benefiting from its 3D price bump) and $17.4 million (a much smaller average of $5,754) for H2.
In what seems like a reaction to Halloween II coming in third at the box office this weekend, Bob Weinstein has announced to the LA Times that a new sequel is already on the way. One that is free of Rob Zombie and to be shot in 3D.
To the best of my knowledge the world has not been clamoring for the big screen return of Swamp Thing but then it's not like remaking DC Comic's Swamp Thing would be sacrilege. Wes Craven's 1982 film version was enjoyably campy and Jim Wynorski's 1989 sequel tested the limits of campy fun; neither are classics. If uber producer Joel Silver wants to remake Swamp Thing in 3D, I say go for it.
Ready to see tires flying, water spewing, and flames shooting out of your computer monitor? Well, the "Rumble" clip from David R. Ellis' upcoming The Final Destination comes about as close to bringing the flick's 3D experience home as it's going to get.
The time has come! The bell is tolling! The first official clip from David R. Ellis' The Final Destination is here! In it Andrew Fiscella telling his co-star Bobby Campo that it's not his time to die. Or ... is it?
Nearly twenty brand new stills for David R. Ellis' The Final Destination popped online today featuring a whole bunch of people about to have a very bad day. Check 'em out now! Consider it another gift before dying!
The trailer for Ju-On creator Takashi Shimizu's latest dive into the terror deep, The Shock Labyrinth in 3D, is now available. Say what you want about the guy and his films. He knows his stuff when it comes to making movies about really creepy ghosts that are pretty pissed off.
Just a day after dropping some death on us with two TV spots for The Final Destination, Warner Bros. has provided three more kickass spots for this 3D extravaganza!
Fans dying for a look at the 3D carnage promised by David R. Ellis' The Final Destination won't have to wait very long to whet their appetites as TV spots have began to run. We got ahold of two high quality looks at them for ya! Consider it a gift before dying!
Potential plotlines for a fourth installment in the Underworld franchise have been floating around since January, 2008, when the head of Lakeshore said confidently Underworld 4 “would carry on where Kate [Beckinsale] and Scott Speedman left off after 2.″ Now that Sony Screen Gems has given the project the green light, we'll see if he was telling the truth.
Why? Why can't we resist making ass jokes when it comes to this movie? At times it's as if we have the mentality of a thirteen-year-old! Sigh. In any event, MovieSet just published some nifty behind-the-scenes stuff concerning Dante's latest.
Nope, we're not talking about the blown-up results from a prostate exam; we're referring to some new art for Joe Dante's upcoming supernatural thriller The Hole. You people have such dirty, tasteless minds. That's why we love you so.
Something smell a little fishy to you? Yep, the sour stench of date switching is in the air. But it's not all bad. In fact, you'll hardly notice!
We’re still nearly three months away from Saw VI’s theatrical release, but Lionsgate seems pretty confident that they’ve already got your hard-earned bucks in their pocket. So much so that they’re pulling out all the gimmicky stops for 2010’s Saw VII.
All sorts of cool things are happening this week at the San Diego Comic-Con, including the return of the film that launched six sequels, the original Saw in 3D!