Legendary has granted us a new trailer and one-sheet for its upcoming release of Seventh Son, and we have the whole enchilada right here for you to chew on. Read on for the eye candy and details.
With practically no dialogue, the teaser trailer for Skybound Entertainment's AIR debuted at SDCC this weekend, and we have it for you right here along with a few highlights from the panel.
Right now Entertainment Weekly is scoring all the goods from the upcoming AIR, produced by Robert Kirkman and starring Norman Reedus; and today those goods include another photo of Reedus from the film. How about spreading it around a little, guys?
Just in time for the dreaded by journalists event of the year, the San Diego Comic-Con, we have a brand new one-sheet for AIR, which is coming to us from producer Robert Kirkman and stars Norman Reedus of Kirkman's "The Walking Dead" TV series.
It was back in October of 2011 when we first got word that Christian Cantamessa would be directing a post-apocalyptic project called Wake Cycle, and now that some time has passed, the film has a new name (AIR), an impressive cast, and a few very familiar names on its production team.
Ah, the drama of bitter divorces! *kisses fingers* Magnifique! Anyway... now that Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. have gone their separate ways, news is breaking that Legendary was granted custody of their Seventh Son.
Julianne Moore and Jeff Bridges are front and center on the new one-sheets in promotion of Seventh Son, and we have 'em for you right here. Check 'me out!
Another one-sheet has arrived in promotion of Seventh Son, and this one features Killing Bono's Ben Barnes as some kind of...well, who knows, because this poster tells me nothing. Check it out, and look for more soon.
Another one-sheet has arrived in promotion of Seventh Son, and this one features Man of Steel's Antje Traue as a powerful witch. Check it out, and look for more soon.
Another one-sheet has arrived in promotion of Seventh Son, this time with actor Djimon Hounsou front and center. Check it out, and look for more soon.
There's even more casting news coming in today from Paradise Lost, but what makes this tidbit of info interesting to say the least is that it serves as a bit of a Dark City reunion!
It seems like it's been a while since Djimon Hounsou has been in anything major, but he's an actor whose presence is always welcome. Which is why it's good news that director Alex Proyas has cast the actor in his forthcoming take on John Milton's epic poem Paradise Lost.