Five more clips hit online today to help you usher in the apocalypse in style. Are you ready to travel down The Road? Maybe these latest snippets can help you make up your mind.
A new trailer debuted today for the post-apocalyptic scare-fest The Road and we've got it for you, scorched Earth and all. Dig it!
Fortunately, its November 25th release date hasn't changed again; instead, we get a new, albeit rather generic, poster for John Hillcoat's adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's The Road.
Looks like we'll be diggin' on The Road about a month later than we all expected as Dimension announced today that the film's release date has been bumped to November 25th instead of its original release date of October 16th.
"Ease on down ... Ease on down ... the road ..... Huh? Must you interrupt our Seventies themed Wiz inspired fun? You'd better have a good reason! Five clips from The Road? Ok! You have our full attention!
After months of talking about it, the John Hillcoat-helmed The Road based on Cormac McCarthy's Pulitzer Prize winning novel of the same name finally has a trailer.
Well, well. All I can say is, "It's about damn time!" It looks like the John Hillcoat-helmed The Road based on Cormac McCarthy's Pulitzer Prize winning novel of the same name finally has a firm release date.
It looks like you may have to adjust your plans of taking the family out to see The Road this Thanksgiving, according to a story in this morning’s THR.
Normally the launch of a film’s official site comes with, at the very least, some early production artwork. Such is not the case for The Road, John Hilcoat’s adaptation of the Cormac McCarthy novel, but more has been found that should make up for its lack of content.
I still have yet to discover the phenomenon of Cormac McCarthy's The Road first-hand, though I do have every intention of reading it before the movie is out later this year. If you're curious, you can get The Road through Evilshop here.
The first image from John Hilcoat’s The Road, an adaptation of the book by Cormac McCarthy, showed up yesterday over on a site called Row Three. As you can see, we have Viggo Mortensen attempting to comfort his son. Very touching.
Nothing goes better with turkey and dressing then the dismay and horror brought about by a nuclear apocalypse! Open up and say, "Ahhhh" ....
I think this is probably the best cast, pay scale-wise, to ever be assembled for a movie that is, at its heart, about cannibals.
Word on the street is that apocalypse films are definitely "in" at the moment.