Dark Horse Entertainment
If you’ve been waiting as long as I have for word on My Name is Bruce, breathe yourself a sigh of relief; the wait is over. Finally Dark Horse Entertainment is getting the film ready to make its way to theaters this October, and a sequel is being worked on as you read this!
Over the weekend it was announced that Dark Horse Comics, the indie label responsible for everything from Hellboy to The Mask, has signed an exclusive three-year production and distribution deal. One of the first titles being worked on is R.I.P.D., the comic created by Peter Lenkov, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
As it stands, My Name is Bruce is still due out sometime this year. Bruce Campbell himself has said it numerous times, and I have no reason not to believe what the Great Chin decrees.
The jury is still out on when we'll see The Chin's latest project My Name is Bruce hitting theatres or stores (“Bruce Talks Home Invasion” – November 2007), but it is always a good sign when the PR starts rolling heavy down the road.
We last gave you word on My Name is Bruce a scant two weeks ago ("Bruce Talks Home Invasion" – November 2007) and now the claims of them “madly racing” to finish the film have been justified. Reader "chainsaw" dropped us a heads-up today that the trailer for My Name is Bruce found its way onto YouTube and you can check it out below! Hopefully some solid release news will follow shortly, stick around!
The people over at Home Media Magazine recently sat down to chat with cult hero Bruce Campbell about his current and future plans. While there are not real big revelations to be had, we do get a few bits of much needed information regarding DVDs and releases. Check out part of the interview below.
Well it’s a minor update, but since My Name is Bruce is one of my must-see movies of 2007 (maybe 2008 if they don’t hurry up), it’s worth mentioning.
Dark Horse Indie, despite having not exactly taken the genre world by storm thanks to their lengthy turnaround time in projects, have got behind a brand new one according to The Hollywood Reporter that I’m sure we’ll be hearing about for years to come much like My Name is Bruce and Driftwood
Bruce Campbell’s going to be on your TV screen again soon, playing a sidekick character in a new show called "Burn Notice"; hopefully this one will last longer than some of the shows the man actually starred in, too.
The boys who believe their news is cool, AICN, just got their dirty mitts on a brand new exclusive pic from the upcoming Dark Horse Entertainment flick My Name is Bruce. Below is a tease (guess which shirt is Bruce’s!), but if you click on it, you shall be treated to the entire thing! Look for My Name is Bruce, directed by and starring Bruce Campbell, this February!
Just last week we heard that shooting on My Name is Bruce, the new film directed by Bruce Campbell in which he plays himself, called to a town to defeat evil by those who can’t differentiate reality from fiction, had wrapped. Over the weekend AICN got the first pic from it, which you can see below. Yep, that’s the one and only Ted (The Mighty) Raimi in the role of Wing, caretaker of Guan-di, the Chinese God of War, who is the main baddy Bruce will be facing in the flick. Sounds like a blast so far!
In a recent chat with one of the gooey denizens of Fangoria, former Evil Dead star Ellen Sandweiss made mention of a role she just finished up for her Dead co-star Bruce Campbell, that of his ex-wife in the highly anticipated My Name is Bruce.