Color us officially worried. Universal announced today that their big budget remake of The Wolfman has been bumped yet again, this time to February 12, 2010.
What's this we hear? Ridley Scott and Anthony Hopkins are re-teaming to bring Hannibal Lecter back to the big screen for the fourth time? And what's this? Cate Blanchett will be playing the new Clarice Starling?
Leave it to STYD to find a batch of conceptual pieces by makeup FX artist Rick Baker online at ZBrushCentral. Do they provide an early look at star Benicio Del Toro's change from mild-mannered Lawrence Talbot to the creature known as The Wolfman? We won't know for sure until later this year, but in the meantime they sure do make for some fun speculation!
Even though MTV’s movie news seems as obsessed with Twilight as your average 12-year-old girl in the last few months, now and then they do manage to break out and talk to people about real movies, like the Joe Johnston-helmed Wolfman redux.
We’re trying to confirm things as we speak, but there are some rumors flying around right now, starting out at Fangoria, that Universal may be moving the release date for Wolfman from April, 2009, to sometime in the fall.
While doing the touristy thing at a recent Universal Halloween Horror Night, intrepid reporter Ryan Rotten managed to snap some pics of the promo art Universal had on display for one of my most anticipated remakes of next year, The Wolfman.
In the midst of all the Comic-Con madness, this bit of news managed to catch our eyes while wading through the crowds. The official site of Universal's The Wolfman launched today and provided us with a more detailed synopsis than what we've seen floating around before (see image below).
The Brits over at Empire Magazine managed to get their hands on the first production still from Cirque du Freak, the novel adaptation helmed by Paul Weitz and starring John C. Reilly, among others.
For a change, it looks like the next two years may have remakes we horror fans actually want to see. Shocking, I know. While there are some stinkers and iffy titles on the way, The Wolfman stands out mainly because of the talented cast assembled for the project ... and we haven't had too many good werewolf films in recent memory.
If the printed press in the UK is to be believed, everything’s going very well on the set of The Wolfman, the much –anticipated remake staring Benicio del Toro, Anthony Hopkins and Hugo Weaving.
/Film has something in store for fans of the upcoming Wolfman remake starring Benicio Del Toro and Anthony Hopkins. A reader of the site was present at one of the exterior locations in England and took plenty of photos of the props and buildings.
I wasn't too sure about running this, but the following "set report" that was forwarded to STYD does make for an interesting read for those of us following Benicio del Toro's Wolfman remake.
Since the news first broke so many months ago that Benicio Del Toro would be playing everyone's favorite lycan, The Wolfman, the biggest question has been what he'll look like. Of course we all have faith in Rick Baker, but nowadays you just can't be too sure of anything.
Now check this out! A site called Bauer-Griffin got the first behind-the-scenes shots from Universal’s remake of The Wolfman, starring and being produced by Benicio del Toro! The pic you see below seems to be of del Toro waking up after a night of carnage; very cool!