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Trailer and One-Sheet Debut - Limitless

Well, we now know why the film's original title of The Dark Fields was dropped. It made the thriller now known as Limitless sound a bit too much like a horror movie. In some ways we guess it still is, but barely. Tell us what you think. Limitless stars Bradley Cooper, Abbie Cornish, Anna Friel and Robert De Niro. Look for it on March 18, 2011.

Limitless Proves that Drugs are Good

We've all seen the commercials for strange medications that we've never heard of before. You see the images of happy people engaging in any number of activities -- hugging their loved ones, playing with pets, running on the beach -- but they never tell you what the hell the pill is for!

The Dark Fields are Now Limitless

The next star-studded horror flick from director Neil Burger has gotten a snazzy new moniker and a host of on-set video journals. Interested? Yeah, we figured that you would be.

The Dark Fields Moves From Universal to Overture and Heads to Theatres

Sometimes a little shake-up is a great way to get things in gear. Such is the case with Neil Burger's new fright film, The Dark Fields.

Behind-the-Scenes Video Journals - The Dark Fields

Looking forward to Neil Burger's upcoming horror flick The Dark Fields? Yeah, we are, too. If only for the amazing cast line-up! To get you further worked up, Rogue Pictures has released six video diaries to dig on!

Abbie Cornish Next to Enter The Dark Fields

Yet another name has been added to the ever-growing list of stars that comprise the great cast of Neil Burger's upcoming horror flick The Dark Fields.

Andrew Howard Brings Evil to The Dark Fields

Every good film needs a good villain, and if there's one thing that actor Andrew Howard is damned good at, it's being completely and unabashedly wicked. Guess that makes him the logical choice to play the heavy in the upcoming flick The Dark Fields.

Anna Friel the Next to Run Through The Dark Fields

Is it just us, or are there like four million movies featuring the word "fields" in their titles lately? In any event only one of those films is home to actor Robert De Niro, and that's the one we're most interested in!