Legendary Pictures has just released some new concept art for its upcoming film adaptation of Paradise Lost, and believe us when we tell you it's quite the eyeful! Read on for the goodies.
It can't rain all the time, but when it does, we're hoping that in Blu-ray high definition it will look better than ever. That's right, kids! The movie that started all the hoopla, ending in the tragic death of its star Brandon Lee, is getting set to make its debut in glorious 1080p.
Bradley Cooper is a super hot commodity in Hollywood right now, and from the looks of things, some upcoming roles are about to turn up the heat like a blazing inferno populated by writhing and burning damned souls, including that rat bastard Osama Bin Laden whom we just shot in the friggin' eye. Sorry. Still happy here.
Paradise Lost is one of those truly classic tales that has never had a proper adaptation. Maybe it's because the subject matter was deemed too much, or maybe Hollywood's technology was just too far behind. That's about to change, however, and here's to hoping it's pulled off with flying colors.
Yep, that's right, kids! You'll soon be seeing Sam Worthington taking up the role of Count Dracula in Alex Proyas' Dracula: Year Zero. Excited? We are. Though we're more curious to see how someone who is usually as wooden as the stakes that can take down even the baddest of bloodsuckers will handle playing one of horror's most charismatic heroes.
There's no doubt Hollywood's latest golden boy, Sam Worthington, is enjoying the fast track to stardom. From targeting Terminators to getting the blues in a little movie called Avatar to his upcoming tussle with the Titans, the man's making quite the career out of whipping ass. His next stop -- Alex Proyas' Dracula: Year Zero.
Now that he's done introducing Nicolas Cage and Nicolas Cage's hair to the Devil's Sudoku in Knowing, director Alex Proyas is more than ready to sink his teeth into Dracula: Year Zero. But what's taking so long to get going?
Knowing is one of those films that just keeps sticking around. It could have been something special, but instead it gave us some spectacular imagery and one of the hokiest endings in cinematic history. So of course Trembles has to have the last word on it!
When it was announced a few months ago that Stephen Norrington was going to remake the 1994 film The Crow, fans were pretty vocal concerning their disdain for the project. It's good to know that original Crow director Alex Proyas feels the same way.
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Nicolas Cage, Chandler Canterbury, Rose Byrne, D.G. Maloney Directed by Alex Proyas
One upcoming genre film that's been kind of flying under the radar is Alex Proyas' Knowing. It's probably because of the involvement of its on-again/off-again star, Nicolas Cage, whose last few efforts haven't been exactly stellar.
Whatever Alex Proyas does next, I hope he got the whole “working with Nicolas Cage” thing out of his system. There’s nothing worse than wanting to be excited for a film (in this case Knowing) but not being able to because of its star.
Summit Entertainment just released images from their 2009 slate of releases and while there’s not a lot of horror on there, it’s still worth showing you guys. Cause, you know, you’re special.
Alex Proyas (Dark City) had many of us wondering just what he was going to do with the Dracula name when he spoke briefly about the project at SDCC 08. Indeed Mr. Proyas has great vision, but what could he bring to the vampire world that we haven't already seen before?