It's good to see and know that America isn't the only country cursed with pointless floating heads on movie posters! Betcha five bucks a Yankee designed the official French one-sheet for The Wolfman!
Yes! Yes, yes, yes! Just got word that Universal's upcoming remake of The Wolfman has scored itself a nice hot and drippy rating from the MPAA!
As you may or may not have been aware, December 1st was a full moon, and in its honor, Universal Pictures has released a couple of items for the studio's upcoming remake of The Wolfman. Check out the new features that will take you behind-the-scenes of this horrifying tale and deep inside the Universal Monster Legacy.
Two more International one-sheets for Universal's redux of The Wolfman have ravaged their way forth! One a color version of a previously released poster and the other another look at the beast itself!
Now this, dear readers, this is a one-sheet that gets us excited. Never mind people looking scared behind trees or extreme close-ups ... this poster for Universal's redux of The Wolfman promises a howling good time!
Bringing the new version of Universal's The Wolfman to the big screen has been a long, arduous road. From people leaving the project to reshoots, re-scoring, and now re-editing of the film, it's getting hard to stay positive. But it just looks so badass!
And Universal's The Wolfman continues down a bumpy road toward its February 12, 2010, release date. On the editing front Dennis (The Chronicles of Riddick, The Fog-2005 version) Virkler is apparently out, and Mark Goldblatt and Walter Murch are in.
"Subtle" is the word that first came to mind upon viewing the new French poster for Universal's upcoming release of The Wolfman. And "classy" ... it is definitely très chic!
Rather than keeping with the extreme close-ups of Del Toro as the title creature, the latest one-sheet for The Wolfman remake takes a far more subtle approach by focusing on one of the film's other characters.
In the midst of all the Comic-Con madness, this bit of news managed to catch our eyes while wading through the crowds. The official site of Universal's The Wolfman launched today and provided us with a more detailed synopsis than what we've seen floating around before (see image below).
Since the news first broke so many months ago that Benicio Del Toro would be playing everyone's favorite lycan, The Wolfman, the biggest question has been what he'll look like. Of course we all have faith in Rick Baker, but nowadays you just can't be too sure of anything.
Now check this out! A site called Bauer-Griffin got the first behind-the-scenes shots from Universal’s remake of The Wolfman, starring and being produced by Benicio del Toro! The pic you see below seems to be of del Toro waking up after a night of carnage; very cool!
Another very interesting name has joined the cast of Universal’s upcoming remake of The Wolfman according to today’s Variety: former Smith and Elf King Hugo Weaving.
As much as I would’ve enjoyed knowing some other fave director of mine was getting the gig, it’s kinda cool that the “underdog”, as it were, seems to have got the gig directing The Wolfman according to AICN.
Never before have I seen or heard of a film get the kind of directorial list that The Wolf Man is getting now that the original helmer Mark Romanek is off and likely crying in a beer someplace.