The cast of Tommy Wirkola's Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters 3D is shaping up nicely, especially with the addition of the latest Jason Voorhees himself, Derek Mears (pictured below; Predators, Friday the 13th, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl)! Read on to find out who else has joined the witch hunting fold!
There are few people on the planet who can do creepy strange guy better than Peter Stormare, and as a result we're always elated when he brings his special brand of madness to our genre.
Another witch has joined the growing cinematic coven of Tommy Wirkola's upcoming flick Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, and we've got the scoop on who'll be casting her spell next!
When news of Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters first broke, two things came immediately to mind ... this is either gonna be ludicrous in the most horrendous of ways or it's just crazy enough to work. Some more star power has jumped on board, and depending on her role, it could easily sway our opinion for the better!
And so it comes to pass. The leads have been cast in Tommy (Dead Snow) Wirkola's upcoming feature Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, and the pairing is definitely a good one!
If there's one thing we know about the proper Alien sequels, it is that Lieutenant Ripley kicked ass in every one of them and the character made famous by Sigourney Weaver has taken her rightful place as one of the strongest female characters in film history. So with two 3D prequels to Alien in the works, will director Ridley Scott be looking for another badass babe to pave the way for Ripley? You betcha!
One flick that's been on our radar for a while now is Anchor Bay's upcoming home video release of The Disappearance of Alice Creed. None of us has seen it yet so we're not sure how Dread worthy the flick is (although its description definitely has us intrigued), but when we know, you'll know! From the Press Release
And another interesting sounding project from the UK landed in our inbox today, this one entitled The Disappearance of Alice Creed. It's the first feature from writer/director J Blakeson, and there are only three characters in the entire film.
It's not much, but as a nice counterpoint to the action shots of Sam Worthington as Perseus that popped up online recently, we now present Gemma Arterton as the priestess Io in Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans redux.
Okay, so I will be the first to admit that I am getting kind of tired of the endless remake films that seems to be plaguing Hollywood these days. However, I must say that I am a little more than intrigued by the Warner Bros./Legendary Pictures remake of the1981 legendary classic Clash of the Titans.