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Spec Sci-fi/Thriller Script Aether Acquired by FilmNation

Word on a new spec script that was just acquired by FilmNation landed online today, and we have the very sketchy early details on the sci-fi/thriller known as Aether.

Henry Selick to Spin A Tale Dark & Grimm

Some pretty nifty news has come in regarding who will be helming the upcoming adaptation of the Adam Gidwitz book A Tale Dark & Grimm for Kamala Pictures and FilmNation. Variety is reporting that Coraline director Henry Selick is now on board.

FilmNation to Tell A Tale Dark & Grimm

Some pretty nifty news is coming out of Toronto as word of another adaptation has hit the interwebs with a dark and grim thud. Read on to find out what's next for you fine fiends from FilmNation. Dig it!

Exclusive First Words on The Faces from Director Paul Solet

When word broke last week that Grace director Paul Solet has a new film called The Faces in the works, we knew we had to get in touch with the man himself to get you guys the skinny. We're sick like that, dude. Solet is decidedly secretive about the projects he has in development, but believe us he has been a very busy boy. Industry buzz has placed him collaborating with the likes of Darren Aronofsky, Peter Berg, and Michael Douglas, to name a few, but before we get ahead of ourselves ...

FilmNation Picks Paul Solet to Helm The Faces

Ever since Paul Solet's Grace burst on the horror scene, we've been anxious to see what the promising young director would do next. Finally that answer has come thanks to FilmNational Entertainment.

James McTeigue Has a Message From the King

While this one is perhaps best filed under the category of 'thriller', the word is that the upcoming Message From the King has enough of a sadistic bent to it that genre fans will probably really dig it too. Which is why it's getting a little mention here on DC.

FilmNation To Show Us The Last Vampire

Ah, those crazy teens and their sexy brooding vampires! No matter where you turn lately, there they are all sparkling and screamy. Yet, another series of toothy-teen films are on their way -- but here's the rub -- the books on which the films will be based came out years before Twilight and spent thirty consecutive weeks on the best seller list. Interesting.