Okay, who's up for some more casting news for Chan-wook Park's upcoming thriller Stoker? Anyone? Well you're gonna get it anyway! Force fed if necessary!
More casting news coming in for Chan-wook Park's upcoming thriller Stoker. Read on for the latest on this highly anticipated little flick from Fox Searchlight.
So who's next to be in talks to star in Chan-wook Park's upcoming thriller Stoker? Another rising star could very well be signing on for active duty. Read on for details.
Lucas Till, most recently seen as "Havok" in the hugely popular X-Men: First Class, has joined the cast for Chan-wook Park's upcoming thriller Stoker. Although only 20, Till already has an impressive heap of credits, and working with Park is another feather in his cap.
And the cast for Chan-wook Park's upcoming thriller Stoker continues to fill out nicely with the addition of an Oscar nominated actress. Such folk can never hurt a project!
We don't know about you guys, but we're getting a little tired of doing stories about people "in talks" for roles. Just let us know when they sign on the dotted line, how about it? Case in point - today's story about British actor Matthew Goode circling a part in Chan-wook Park's first English language film, Stoker.
In celebration of the release of the Academy-Award® winning Black Swan, which is out on Blu-ray and DVD March 29th, we want to share with you a new website that will reveal your deepest secrets and desires: the Black Swan Experience.
Fresh off its big wins at this weekend's Film Independent Spirit Awards and the 83rd Annual Academy Awards, 20th Century Fox has released the full set of specs to be found on the Black Swan DVD and Blu-ray, which will be hitting store shelves on March 29th. From the Press Release:
And even more news continuing on late into Friday evening. It sounds as if two of Hollywood's top stars are looking to engage in some bitey activity in the new film from the director of Oldboy.
It's been a few months since last we heard of anything happening with Wentworth Miller's horror thriller Stoker, but lo and behold some possible casting news has hit the net.
It's been a long time since we've seen a genre film garner the type of praise that's being heaped upon Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan, especially in terms of awards and nominations, and we couldn't be happier about it. But does Trembles agree? Synopsis:
Horror once again makes a fine showing, even in limited release! That's right, kids. Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan (review here) sent feathers flying this weekend, and as a result it looks as if a wider than anticipated release is just around the corner.
Natalie Portman's Black Swan bows into the theater today, and we can finally see what all the hoopla is about. The film has been getting good reviews everywhere and has even generated some solid Oscar buzz, which we are happy about, particularly for a film that delivers on the creepiness and chill factor.
Some really good news coming in that we're praying comes to fruition. It looks as if Park Chan-wook (Oldboy, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Sympathy for Lady Vengeance, Thirst) is just about ready to make his first American film.