Italy has long been romanticized as a country of great food, fine wine, and kickass zombies, and now it's the land that will premiere Kevin Munroe's live-action Dylan Dog adaptation, Dead of Night. Bellissimo!
Well then. We may not have a single clue when we'll be able to see the Dylan Dog feature film Dead of Night, but at least we can take a good look at Dog's desk!
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Kevin Munroe’s Dead of Night is one of my most anticipated genre flicks for 2010. Not only are we finally getting a live-action adaptation of the Italian Dylan Dog comic book, but it sounds like the filmmakers have gone out of their way to remain faithful to the source material. Today Hyde Park Entertainment Group and Platinum Studios, Inc., announced that principal photography has wrapped on the project.
We've been talking about Dead of Night the big-screen adaptation of the Dylan Dog Italian comic book series for months now. Finally the first picture of Brandon Routh as the title character has surfaced online so get ready to feast your eyes!
Kevin Munroe's Dead of Night based upon the Italian comic book Dylan Dog is taking shape really fast down in New Orleans. The film, which tells the tale of a private investigator on the trail of the supernatural, just got a couple of werewolves to round out its menagerie.
A new production blog for Kevin Munroe's live action adaptation of the Italian comic book Dylan Dog known as Dead of Night has kicked into gear today now that filming has started, and it's quickly filling up with some interesting tidbits of info.
It was around November of last year when we last talked about Dead of Night, the live action adaptation of the Dylan Dog Italian comic book series starring Brandon Routh and Sam Huntington as the film's heroes. Now it's time to introduce you to one of the flick's big bads ...
Well, it looks like a bit of a Superman Returns reunion on the set of the upcoming graphic novel flick Dead of Night.
Shooting for the Brandon Routh starrer Dead of Night, based on the wildly popular Italian comic Dylan Dog, gets under way today in New York, and THR is reporting that Oscar-winning effects man Greg Cannom has joined the production to handle makeup effects.
I know a good percentage of you guys have never read Dylan Dog, the Italian horror comic that is the basis for the upcoming movie Dead of Night, but that ignorance shouldn’t prevent you from looking forward to the film. It sure isn’t dampening my anticipation of it!
Sure, Watchmen and other big name comic book adaptations may be getting all the press, but the one I am looking forward to the most isn't full of spandex, it's the upcoming Dylan Dog adaptation, Dead of Night.
With Dylan Dog finally headed to the big screen under the U.S. title Dead of Night, one has to wonder if it will pave the way for other iconic comic book characters who fight monsters. I’m thinking a Cal McDonald movie would be very nice…
Here's a bit of odd news: Last year we heard that the live-action adaptation of the Dylan Dog comics was going to be directed by Snakes on a Plane helmer David R. Ellis (“Dylan Dog is Superman?!” – October 2007), but all that looks to have changed.
The fellows over at Comic Book Resources got wind of the news regarding who would be playing the lead role in a big screen version of the Italian comic book Dylan Dog. News of the casting was leaked to the Lying in the Gutters column of the site.