So yeah, he once again looks a little too emo given his Goth Gone Wild makeup, but at least we know Johnny Depp is involved in some nefarious goings-on in Tim Burton's big screen adaptation of Dark Shadows.
There now; that's much better! Breathe a sigh of relief, kids. The first official cast "Family Photo" from Tim Burton's upcoming take on the classic TV soap "Dark Shadows" is finally here, and everyone is looking as they should, including Johnny Depp.
While most fans are still freaking out about yesterday's photos of Johnny Depp as Barnabas Wonka Jackson Collins, for at least one person it's business as usual - Chloe Moretz. Recently she sat down with Movies.com for an interview about her Dark Shadows character, Carolyn Stoddard.
Here's the cold hard reality of the static age we live in - sometimes you see things you just can't unsee. Two Girls One Cup. That dude with the gaping anus. Tubgirl. Horror fans are about to add another one to the list ... the first behind-the-scenes images of Johnny Depp as Barnabas Collins in Tim Burton's remake of Dark Shadows.
For this writer one of the highlights of this past July's San Diego Comic-Con was the chance to sit in on the "Dark Shadows" panel, which included actress turned author Kathryn Leigh Scott, whose first fiction novel, Dark Passages, was recently released by Pomegranate Press. To coincide with the release, Dread Central interviewed Ms. Scott about not only her new book but also the time she spent working both on the "Dark Shadows" TV series and in the Playboy Club during its heyday. We also managed to garner a tiny bit more info on what's in store for fans of "Dark Shadows" in the upcoming Tim Burton film adaptation.
San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Dark Shadows Panel Highlights; Original Cast Cameos Confirmed for Tim Burton's Dark Shadows Film
Hermes Press hosted a "Dark Shadows" panel with Lara Parker (Angelique), Kathryn Leigh Scott (Maggie Evans and Josette du Pres), and Jim Pierson (consulting producer for the new Dark Shadows film). The big news was that four of the original cast members will be making cameos in Tim Burton's new film! Read on for the details and much more.
San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Day 2 (July 22) Schedule Now Live; Panel Info for The Walking Dead, True Blood, and More!
The horror-themed goods at Comic-Con just got a lot bigger and better with the confirmation of Friday, July 22's panel schedule, which includes some of our returning favorite and most anticipated new TV shows such as "The Walking Dead", "True Blood", "Bedlam" and "The River" along with films like Raven, Underworld 4, Fright Night, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance and Attack the Block.
Every good vampire needs a badass place to shack up in. Dracula has his castle and Carfax Abbey, Barlow has the Marsten House overlooking Salem's Lot, and of course Barnabas Collins has Collinwood Manor. Speaking of which ...
Here's some nifty little news for those of us out there who are eagerly anticipating Tim Burton's big screen adaptation of the classic television series "Dark Shadows". It sounds as if the great Alice Cooper himself may be taking a few moments to bring even more darkness to the tale.
Composer Danny Elfman sure has a lot on his plate lately. He's signed on to score Sam Raimi’s Oz: The Great and Powerful and two Tim Burton projects, Dark Shadows and Frankenweenie, to name a few. We guess it wouldn't hurt to add Lionsgate's big screen adaptation of The Hunger Games to the list!
It's happening, kids! Tim Burton is finally behind the camera for his big screen adaptation of the world's most famous vampire soap opera, Dark Shadows. Talk about a long road. The director recently took a moment to talk a bit about what it's like to finally be on it.
This is it, kids! After months and months of talking, production has finally begun on Tim Burton's big screen adaptation of the world's most famous vampire soap opera, Dark Shadows, and we've got the first details for you!
Finally a release date is in sight for for the Tim Burton adaptation of the ever so soapy vampire tale Dark Shadows. Get out your calendars, vamp heads! It's time to scratch off a new date!
Looks like everyone spoke too soon in terms of the casting of Michael Sheen for the Tim Burton adaptation of the ever so soapy vampire tale Dark Shadows.
Twitter has changed just about everything. Revolutions have been started. Demonstrations organized. Up-to-the-second news as it happens. Now it seems as if it is as good a place as any to announce your official involvement in a project!