The truth may be out there, but as far as Apollo 18 goes, it's been censored with a black magic marker. Still, there's some interesting reading to be had as this viral marketing mystery deepens.
What do you expect? Missions to the moon are complicated, man! All sorts of setbacks can happen. In any event Dimension Films announced today that Apollo 18 will be launching in theatres on April 22, 2011, instead of the previously announced date in early March.
A very famous show once touted the fact that the truth is out there. While that may be so, we just wish certain parts of it weren't blacked out! Get set for some more viral goodness coming out of the Apollo 18 camp!
And the viral goodness keeps on coming in anticipation of Dimension Films' upcoming cinéma-vérité shock-fest Apollo 18, and we're loving every minute of it.
In light of the WikiLeaks hoopla, it seems as if all of our government's "secrets" are slowly oozing out. One of them has just been "uncovered" pertaining to why our country hasn't been back to the moon.
Talk about hitting the fast track. It seems as if The Weinsteins are releasing new stuff for their upcoming found footage flick Apollo 18 just about every week, and that's totally cool as far as we're concerned because this alien flick is looking pretty kick-ass!
Found footage films continue to find their niche within the genre, and we're totally cool with that as long as they're good. With several deadly alien life form films on the way, both cinéma-vérité style and otherwise, 2011 is shaping up to be the type of cinematic extraterrestrial invasion that was last echoed in the UFO crazed Fifties and Sixties.
It's no secret that the once mighty horror hand Dimension Films is now suffering from a bit of financial arthritis, but the studio is looking to heal said ailment with a few cheap and well placed bandages.
A director is now on board for the adaptation of A.N. Wilson’s novel A Jealous Ghost, which Kirsten Dunst is producing and will star in. THR reports that King of the Hill director Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego is now the man calling the shots on the film.
I’ll admit I hadn't heard of the Spanish film King of the Hill (El Rey de la Montana) until the trailer for it popped onto Twitch Film seemingly from nowhere, but from the sounds of it this is one to keep our eyes on.