Sebastian Stan might not be a household name, but as a result of his being cast as Bucky in the new Captain America, that's about to change. And lest anyone forget, a few months after the Captain's July, 2011, release date, he's headlining a horror flick entitled The Apparition, which he calls "a mixture of The Strangers and Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Poltergeist."
One flick we're hoping stands a ghost of a chance at the box office next year is Todd Lincoln's The Apparition. Though we revealed the first two images from the film last week, information has been pretty scant thus far. However, that changed a bit today.
We just got our hands on the first hi-res stills from Todd Lincoln's new spooker for Dark Castle, The Apparition, and being that we're approaching the time of year where giving is the in thing to do, we figured we'd share!
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Todd Lincoln's new spooker for Dark Castle, The Apparition, is now filming in Palmdale, CA, and the very first paparazzi on-set pictures of star Ashley Greene have found their way online.
Fresh off of her success in the Twilight franchise, Ashley Green offered fans an update on what to expect when her latest film, Todd Lincoln's The Apparition, finally begins haunting theatres.
Finally one of the stars of one of the most successful book and film franchises in recent history is going to be allowed to deal with a different type of supernatural force!
The remake of Friday the 13th's main bit of eye candy, Julianna Guill, has just landed herself a new gig. Instead of tangoing with hockey masked killers, she's gonna be dealing with a completely different type of big bad!
Two more faces have joined on to be a part of Dark Castle's upcoming spooker The Apparition, and we've got the skinny on whom those faces belong to. See that? Your day is now complete!
Bucking the trend of updating the masses via Twitter, Todd Lincoln has instead opted to communicate via Facebook, where he provided an update on the status of The Apparition, which he's writing and directing for Joel Silver's Dark Castle.
Now that she's gained the kind of notoriety most actors only dream of by portraying Alice Cullen, adopted "sister" of Edward, in The Twilight Saga, Ashley Greene is undoubtedly fielding offers left and right. It's good to see her sticking with our genre as she appears to be in final talks to star in a new film entitled The Apparition.
Warner Brothers and Dark Castle Entertainment appear to be on a genre related roll of sorts, adding to their already rock solid line-up of Orphan and The Hills Run Red with a live action adaptation of the Devil's Due graphic novel The Nye Incidents.
Variety is reporting that Germany’s Studio Babelsberg has drawn up a five-year, fifteen-film production agreement with producer Joel Silver. The films will be produced under the banner of Dark Castle and are planned to be distributed by Warner Bros.