Once again MySpace is home to the online debut of some exclusive video footage, this time from Lionsgate's upcoming high octane thriller Gamer starring Gerard Butler and Michael C. Hall.
It may be on the fringe of horror, but we're still throwing our support behind Gamer. With Neveldine/Taylor, Gerard Butler, and Michael C. Hall all involved, how can we not?
Show of hands -- Who here knows what Augmented Reality is? And did you think you'd ever see it used for a movie poster? Well, thanks to Lionsgate, the answer to that second question is a resounding "Yes!"
The wonderfully twisted duo who brought us Pathology and the Crank movies, Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, are at it again -- This time with a new film called Gamer starring Gerard Butler, Ludacris, Milo Ventimiglia, Alison Lohman, and Kyra Sedgwick. Curious? We've got the goods for ya!
The sick minds behind Crank and Pathology, Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, could not settle their creative differences with the folks behind the scenes of Jonah Hex, so Variety reports that they have left the project.
Word has come down via Variety this morning that Josh Brolin is in talks to take on the title role in Warner Bros. upcoming adaptation of the DC comic Jonah Hex, the script for which was penned by the Crank team of Brian Taylor and Mark Neveldine. The duo will also direct.
UPDATE: According to Crank scribe Mark Neveldine, Troma's Lloyd Kaufman will have a cameo in Crank 2 along with Gelnn Howard ("It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia") and someone we thought bit the big one in the first film, Efren Ramirez. Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor made probably one of the most underrated movies of 2006, Crank. It was tasteless, bloody and funny. Sadly, we all thought Chev Chelios (Jason Statham) was a goner when he fell a few thousand feet and smashed into a car.
STYD got word today that Warner Brothers has officially given the thumbs-up on the script for the upcoming film Jonah Hex.
When you have a character named Jonah Hex, you really can’t make it without some supernatural elements, can you? I mean, the name itself implies magic in its most wicked form.