While talking New Moon at this year's Comic-Con, Taylor Lautner (also known as "Team Jacob" to the entire female population) spoke a bit about working with director David Slade on the third Twilight film, Eclipse. "David was great when we first met," said Lautner. "He was telling all these ridiculous jokes and I am really looking forward to working with him on the film."
Okay, I have to apologize for all of my lame ass puns infecting the Jennifer's Body story titles. It's just so damn easy. Anyway, the Megan Fox horror flick is all over the place at Comic-Con so it's not at all unexpected to turn up another still from the flick as well as a little dialogue from one of the film's co-stars, Kyle Gallner.
While at Comic-Con, actress Kristen Stewart spoke about the transformation that her character Bella goes through in the second installment of the Twilight saga, New Moon.
Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor are not known for quiet, thoughtful dramas tailor made for the Lifetime Channel. Crank 2 can easily be described as an all out orgy of carnage and psychotic behavior, but Gamer is a whole different animal. This is a near future in an alternate universe where gamers log on and pilot a living, breathing human being in a life or death struggle. The winner ... well .. .they get to live ... and if they live long enough, they might just go free!
Is there another filmmaker working whose tackled more revisionist projects? It seems like everything this guy does lately is an updated version of an older movie, TV show or piece of literature. So, during Comic Con, Burton announced his next project, which really comes as no surprise.
It's been New Moon mania down here at the SDCC as thousands of fans congested the main hall dying to get a glimpse of not only what is to come, but also a glimpse of their favorite stars. We have the rundown of EXACTLY what you missed!
As expected The Final Destination ripped a huge bleeding hole through the crowd in attendance in Hall H of the gargantuan event, as David R. Ellis and company showed off the opening car crash sequence and more! Wanna know what you missed? We kind of thought you would.
Last week we told you that the fourth film in the Resident Evil series, subtitled Afterlife, would begin shooting this September. Today we got word that a director HAS been chosen for the project and things are, in fact, running full circle.
With the L-O-N-G awaited DVD of Night of the Creeps just around the corner, interest in the film is arguably at an all-time high. Creeps creator, Fred Dekker is at the San Diego Comic Con this week (like everyone else in the world) and spilled the beans on the possibility of a sequel...
Just got out of the Masters of the Web panel where an exclusive clip from Dead of Night was shown. What did you miss? Find out now!
Sure, Left 4 Dead 2 looks like more of the same, but it also looks like a blast.
Genre staple James Wan just landed a gig that will most assuredly have lots of fans screaming, whipping, and tossing holy water at birds and or overly acrobatic midgets!
Anthony DiBlasi's adaptation of Clive Barker's Dread (review here) is quickly gaining steam as a true fan favorite during its festival run and now it appears that the flick will also get its due at the years biggest horror film festival.
If you're not in attendance at this year's SDCC, then you are missing out on tons of stuff. That's why we're busting our asses to bring you the goodies, including the first official clip from Kevin Greutert's Saw VI! Check out one such tasty tidbit below which is playing at the Lionsgate booth at the SDCC sent to us by DC reader Ryan D! Saw VI arrives in theaters October 23. Clip removed by studio request. - Uncle Creepy
Clive Barker's Book of Blood is on its way home to DVD and Blu-ray owners on September 29th and we've got everything you need to know about it it right here!