You want eye candy? Brothers and sisters, we have got you covered. What better way to conclude a Friday afternoon than with your first look at the lovely Alice Eve ("Entourage") in the upcoming James McTeigue flick The Raven?
Another bit of variant artwork for James McTeigue's upcoming take on the darkness surrounding the life of the great Edgar Allan Poe has hit the interwebs, and we have it for you here free of all that annoying rap-rap-rapping.
Guess what just landed in our inbox? The first official poster art for The Raven! Good thing we heard it tapping at our chamber door or you guys would be in the friggin' dark! Look for Relativity Media's The Raven starring John Cusack in theatres on March 9th, 2012.
A lot of movie studios may have passed on Comic-Con this year, but those who didn't are doing a great job of keeping us really busy. Next on tap for you are more images from The Raven! Look for what Relativity Media is now calling James McTeigue's Edgar Allan Poe project starring John Cusack (will they be scrapping The Raven moniker?) in theatres on March 9th, 2012.
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.
They don't show much, and one is decidedly on the blurry side, but a couple of new pictures of John Cusack channeling Edgar Allan Poe have popped up online courtesy of USA Today so of course we have them for you here! Look for what Relativity Media is now calling James McTeigue's Edgar Allan Poe project (will they be scrapping The Raven moniker?) in theatres on March 9th, 2012.
It's still hard to picture anyone else playing the great Edgar Allan Poe other than Jeffrey Combs, but we have to admit we are warming to John Cusack portraying the troubled poet. Dig it! Look for what Relativity Media is now calling James McTeigue's Edgar Allan Poe project (will they be scrapping The Raven moniker?) in theatres on March 9th, 2012.
James McTeigue's upcoming flick The Raven, starring John Cusack as Edgar Allan Poe, has taken flight for a release date in the future. Far into the future. When will he set up to roost? Read on for the answer. Look for what Relativity Media is now calling James McTeigue's Edgar Allan Poe project (will they be scrapping The Raven moniker?) in theatres on March 9th, 2012.
Producer Mark D. Evans had lots to say plot-wise about James McTeigue's upcoming flick The Raven starring John Cusack as Edgar Allan Poe, Ewan McGregor, Luke Evans and Alice Eve. Check out the fresh info courtesy of Screen Daily below.
Good new for folks who are looking forward to seeing John Cusack spread his wings as Edgar Allan Poe in The Raven. Relativity Media has acquired distribution rights to the Intrepid Pictures project, and now that production is wrapped and it has a home, more info should be coming by the boatload.
Today, January 19th, makes the 202nd anniversary of American writer, poet, editor, and literary critic Edgar Allan Poe's birth; and actor John Cusack took a little time out of his busy schedule filming James McTeigue's The Raven to tweet some birthday greetings.
Though we still maintain that no person on the planet should portray the great Edgar Allan Poe other than Jeffrey Combs, we are easing into the idea of John Cusack tackling the role and have to admit this latest still is pretty damned cool.
When Jeffrey Combs was cast as Edgar Allan Poe in the stunning Nevermore and also in "The Black Cat" on Masters of Horror, he transformed himself into that character physically and mentally. John Cusack has apparently grown a goatee.
Some more casting news coming in for The Raven. So, who's gonna be starring opposite John Cusack as the troubled king of the macabre? We've got the details for ya!
After seeing Jeffrey Combs tackle Edgar Allan Poe in both the Masters of Horror episode "The Black Cat" and live on stage in Nevermore, I am convinced that there's no other actor alive today who can portray the troubled author nearly as well. Still, that's not gonna stop mainstream Hollywood from trying.