Dead Man Stalking
Well I guess budget and rating woes have been worked out because word has hit the interwebs that casting has officially begun for the third film in the Riddick franchise, The Chronicles of Riddick: Dead Man Stalking.
More concept art has been released via Vin Diesel's official Facebook page for the proposed third film in the Riddick franchise, The Chronicles of Riddick: Dead Man Stalking, and we have it for you right here! Check out the eye candy below and stay tuned for more news as it comes. If it ever comes. Synopsis
Last we heard about the proposed third film in the Riddick franchise, The Chronicles of Riddick: Dead Man Stalking, star Vin Diesel was pondering forgoing a big payday to get the job done and return to the darkest character he's ever portrayed. Now the director himself has chimed in.
Third Riddick Film Being Held Up by Cash and the Possible Over-Abundance of Strong Language, Latex, and Karo Syrup
It's a scary time to be in the movie business. Due in part to our horrid economy, studios are more gun-shy than ever when it comes to releasing R-rated movies for fear of not turning a profit. The next project to feel the sting? The third film in the Riddick franchise, The Chronicles of Riddick: Dead Man Stalking.
Some fresh chatter coming in for the third entry into the Riddick franchise, The Chronicles of Riddick: Dead Man Stalking, and we're really happy to hear what Vin Diesel and director David Twohy have to say about the upcoming project.
Vin Diesel gave Chronicles of Riddick fans an early Xmas gift today when he revealed a bit more about his character's look(s) in the upcoming third entry in the franchise, The Chronicles of Riddick: Dead Man Stalking, along with some snazzy new concept art.
Fans who were quick on the draw a little while ago got to watch a nine-minute presentation for the upcoming new Riddick feature, but the video has been removed much to the chagrin of those who missed it. Not to worry, though ... there's still a bit of goodness floating around for you fans of the baddest criminal in the galaxy!
New updated synopses have found their way online for two flicks we are really looking forward to around these parts -- David Twohy's The Chronicles of Riddick: Dead Man Stalking and Tom Elkins' The Haunting in Georgia. Ready for a peek at what to expect?
Just about everyone with a pulse agrees Pitch Black was pretty damned badass, but its sequel, The Chronicles of Riddick? Not so much. The main reason was because most of the first film's flavor was left at the door in order to get the flick a more friendly PG-13 rating. After checking out the very first script review, we don't think we'll be worrying about a repeat of that scenario.