If you've seen the Viking/Sci-Fi/Monster mash-up Outlander (review here), a young actor by the name of Jack Huston might have caught your eye. He has since parlayed that experience into a regular part in the upcoming ABC series "Eastwick," and now his name recognition is about to go through the roof since he's been signed to appear in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
In an interesting follow-up to the news that Bryce Dallas Howard would be taking on the role of Victoria in the upcoming third installment of the Twilight saga, Eclipse, we're now hearing from the original actress who portrayed the vamp on a vendetta, Rachelle Lefevre, and she is apparently none too happy about the swap.
Variety is reporting that due to a scheduling conflict actress Rachelle Lefevre will be unable to reprise her role as villainous redheaded vampire vixen “Victoria” in the third installment in the Twilight film franchise. Replacing her in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse will be an even more famous redhead, daughter of Opie, Bryce Dallas Howard.
Xavier Samuel, a relatively unknown young actor, is about to find himself on the radar of teenage girls everywhere after being signed to appear as Riley in Twilight's upcoming second sequel, Eclipse.
Get ready for more glistening goodness, horror fans! It wasn't long ago that the news of David Slade (30 Days of Night) signing on to direct the third Twilight flick, Eclipse, broke.
It's amazing how quickly things work nowadays. Just last week we told you about David Slade's Cold Skin, and today we have some sexy and scaly early artwork for you to feast your eyes upon!
Yep. It's a little known fact. When you touch this guy, you'd think he was dead. Even in the hottest of weather he manages to st ... Huh? Oh, you mean his next movie. Gotcha! Yep, right after tacking Twilight: Eclipse, Slade will be sinking his teeth right back into the horror genre.
Well, it's official. The rumor-mill began rumbling yesterday that the acclaimed director of 30 Days of Night and Hard Candy, David Slade, was close to signing on to direct the third chapter in the Twilight saga, Eclipse. Today Slade has signed the dotted line.
Xbox owners have a lot to look forward to in mid-November. Gears of War will be out, a new Dashboard update brings us avatars, and a horror/comedy series will splatter all over LIVE!
Not content to rest on his directorial laurels, David (Hard Candy, 30 Days of Night) Slade has created something called Fubear that has definitely piqued my interest … and probably will yours, too.
This is why I love having an Xbox 360 and have yet to see the point in the PS3 aside from its use as a Blu-ray player. Variety got word this morning that this fall a series of short films under the banner “Horror Directors Do Comedy” will show up on the console free of charge. The cool thing?
Ah, it’s good to be right! Sony’s 30 Days of Night officially owned the weekend box office with a somewhat strong $16 million debut, easily beating out the Ben Affleck thriller Gone Baby Gone and other cinematic head-scratchers like Why Did I Get Married?
Sam Raimi has been a busy man this year. The director made sure Spider-Man brought in the bucks and he looks to do the same with another comic book-turned-film this year, 30 Days of Night (review). Raimi is acting as producer on this project, but his presence can be felt.
G4 is geeking out to 30 Days of Night creator Steve Niles starting this week: "In a Geek Out special, we're going to spend the next five days getting to know 30 Days of Night (review) author Steve Niles really, really well.