Filming has wrapped on Alexandre Aja's Horns, but that doesn't mean star Daniel Radcliffe has a clear picture of what the finished project will be like. He recently spoke to MTV about both that movie and his continued interest in Max Landis' script for a Frankenstein film.
ET Canada just scored an interview with Daniel Radcliffe on the Squamish, BC, set of the currently filming Horns from Alexandre Aja, and we have a bit of the video to show you right here.
Several on-set photos of Daniel Radcliffe in character while filming Horns have landed online, and we have a few of them here to whet your appetite to see the rest. The pictures show Radcliffe being surprised by the police in the middle of his investigation, and he's looking very ornery... and horny.
Entertainment Weekly scored the first look at actor Daniel Radcliffe in full character regalia from the big screen adaptation of Joe Hill's Horns, and we have it for you right here. Dig it and let us know... Does he make you horny, baby?
Interesting casting news talk coming out of Fox's Frankenstein camp. It sounds as if Mr. Potter is ready to do some toiling in a completely different kind of alchemy lab. Read on for details.
More possible casting news is coming in for Horns, a satanic horror film directed by Alexandre Aja and sourced from Joe Hill's novel of the same name. Read on for the latest, and for god's sake, can someone please break out a tweezer?
Hot off The Woman in Black, it's nice to see star Daniel Radcliffe eager to continue his exploration of the genre. Today we've got word that the man who was Harry Potter has signed on to star in one hell of a movie adaptation.
She's officially on her way home, kids! Lock your doors! Bolt your windows. The insidious spectre of Eel Marsh house is coming in full 1080p! Read on for all the details you need to prepare yourselves!
"What did they see?" That was the question asked on all of the marketing for The Woman in Black (review here). While we can't answer that question for sure, we can tell you that the flick will be seeing a home video release on May 15th.
While she may have lacked a bit of bite domestically, Hammer's The Woman in Black (review here) has done extremely well in her homeland. Read on for some surprisingly good news.
As a means to help the film continue to kick ass throughout the long President's Day weekend, the good folks over at CBS Films have sent over an exclusive TV spot from The Woman in Black (review here) for you guys to dig on. Check it out!
Yes, The Woman in Black (review here) has already opened in US theatres (and is currently locked in a dead heat with Chronicle for box office domination), but CBS Films isn't taking the day off promoting it, as evidenced by this new clip that hit the web entitled "Lady in the Chair".
The time has come. The Woman in Black (review here) is now haunting a theatre near you, but if you need a bit more incentive to see it, check out the opening scene!
With The Woman in Black debuting domestically in just a few hours, the film's PR machine is making its final push to get seats filled by releasing a couple more TV spots, which are entitled "Listen" and "Alone".