Tweens. Fallen angels. Supernatural occurrences. A love triangle. Lots and lots of brooding. Yep, it's a familiar formula and you'll find it in spades once the big screen adaptation of Lauren Kate's Fallen gets here. Speaking of which, we have your first look... furrowed brows and all.
Here on Dread Central we always breathe a big ol' sigh of relief when a film we've been talking about for years finally heads home. Such is the case with Odd Thomas, which is at long last primed and ready for mass consumption. Full details await!
Image Entertainment, an RLJ Entertainment brand, will be bringing the thriller Odd Thomas, based on the original, critically acclaimed New York Times bestselling book by Dean Koontz, to the world on February 28th, and right now we have the final art!
We already told you that Image Entertainment, an RLJ Entertainment brand, has acquired all U.S. rights to the thriller Odd Thomas, based on the original, critically acclaimed New York Times bestselling book by Dean Koontz, and now we have a brutal new image to celebrate with!
Our friends up north in Canada are gonna become really close with Odd Thomas as Raven Banner Entertainment has swooped in and nabbed the Canadian rights! Read on for details.
Starring Anton Yelchin, Willem Dafoe, Addison Timlin Written and directed by Stephen Sommers
Ever since a lawsuit was filed earlier this year by the producers, we've been wondering what the fate of Stephen Sommers' adaptation of the Dean Koontz book Odd Thomas would be. Thankfully, the news is good. Read on for details!
At the end of 2009 the film rights to Lauren Kate's Fallen, which puts two fallen angels in a love triangle with a shy teenage girl, were snapped up, but then it was dead silence about the first of a hopeful four-part franchise. Finally, now we know the director and first two cast members.
The Playlist scored a bunch of new stills for Stephen Sommers' adaptation of the Dean R. Koontz book Odd Thomas, and honestly, even though they're plentiful, there's not a whole hell of a lot going on. Check 'em out!
During a recent interview with producer Jason Blum, we got some info on another film on his already full slate, the remake of The Town that Dreaded Sundown, with "American Horror Story"'s Ryan Murphy. Read on for details.
More casting news has come in for the MGM meta redux of The Town that Dreaded Sundown, and we have the skinny on exactly who'll be facing the original Sackhead next. Hint - It's not Steve Dash or Warrington Gillette.
A sales trailer for Stephen Sommers' adaptation of the Dean R. Koontz book Odd Thomas has made its way online, and we have a look at it right here for ya! Check it out and hope that one day we'll actually see the whole thing given its troubles.
A truly fresh face has signed on to the MGM meta redux of The Town that Dreaded Sundown, and we hope that said face eventually gets removed by some form of sharp implement. In just the movie of course. We're not that sick in the head. Then again...
The first casting news has arrived for the new version of the 1976 cult classic The Town that Dreaded Sundown, as one young star has traded in her time with Hank Moody to deal with a beast of another kind.