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.
Hot on the heels of yesterday's news of Henry Selick's The Shadow King being at EFM, our friends over at Bleeding Cool have scored themselves the sales art and even uncovered the flick's voice cast. Read on!
Good news for those of you who prefer your horror more on the animated and wondrous side of the fence. This year's European Film Market just may be the place where the world will witness the rise of The Shadow King!
Originally Disney’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman's acclaimed 2008 kids' novel The Graveyard Book was being developed as a stop-motion project to be directed by Henry Selick. Unfortunately that didn't pan out, but there's still life in the old tombstone garden!
Neil Gaiman is definitely one of the more popular writers among the Dread Central crew so, even though the story might be geared toward the younger crowd, we're all still pretty stoked to hear that his Newberry Medal-winning The Graveyard Book is heading to the big screen.
The name Henry Selick may or may not jump out at you, but we can assure you that you're very much familiar with his incredible stop-motion work on new classics like Coraline, James and the Giant Peach, and The Nightmare Before Christmas.
'What the hell is 4D?', you might be asking. It's actually an old school gimmick (much like 3D itself) dusted off and updated with modern technology. You won't only have the opportunity to witness Tim Burton's popular and enduring cult flick The Nightmare Before Christmas in all three dimensions, you'll experience it live in the theater.
If you missed Coraline in theatres you really dropped the ball, man! It's a true feast for every one of our senses! Don't beat yourself up too bad though, because on July 21st Universal will be bringing this instant classic home in several different packages on DVD and Blu-ray! What to expect? We've got the skinny for ya!
The man with the best hair in the illustrated reviews business, Rick Trembles, takes a look at the latest offering from Henry Selick and Neil Gaiman, Coraline, as only he knows how!
Reviewed by Nomad Starring the voices of Teri Hatcher, Dakota Fanning, Jennifer Saunders, Keith David Directed by Henry Selick
**PLEASE NOTE prize changes below!**All right, we are official closing entries in our Coraline contest! Here are the winners names; please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery of your prizes. If you don’t see them in that time, drop us a line and inquire where you goodies are! GRAND PRIZE winners YASMIN SALEY LILY SHAKUR DANIA DEVLIN
While out promoting Coraline, another upcoming 3D adventure I can’t wait for my eyeballs to digest, director Henry Selick talked to the JoBlo boys about another project he’s producing that’s of special interest to horror fans: a zombie comedy called Paranorman.
The producers behind Coraline, Henry Selick’s stop-motion animated adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s book, have provided 26 sites with 26 original pieces of art from the film in the form of the alphabet! Since we’re Dread Central, take a guess what letter we have for you?
The first full trailer for Henry Selick’s Coraline is finally online thanks to Yahoo! Movies; all you have to do is hit the link to see just how amazing this film looks.
Coraline is a high-definition stop-motion animated feature – the first to be originally filmed in stereoscopic 3D – based on Neil Gaiman’s international best-selling book. A young girl (Dakota Fanning) walks through a secret door in her new home and discovers an alternate version of her life. On the surface this parallel reality is eerily similar to her real life – only much better.