The remake of The Crow is perched and nearly ready to go, and as a means to quell some fan hesitation, Red Carpet News caught up with the new Eric Draven himself, Luke Evans, to find out what fans can expect!
Once known as House of Horrors, we have for you right now the first couple of stills from the new film presented by James Wan, Demonic. Check 'em out and bring your holy water. Hey, ya never know!
Hey, wait a second. Didn't James Wan say that he was done making horror films and Insidious: Chapter 2 was going to be his last? Well, that still appears to be the plan. But we'll be seeing his name attached to at least one more horror flick headed our way next year.
There's already a great deal of hoopla surrounding the long talked about remake of The Crow... the project has already been hampered by legal woes, negative story reactions, etc. Hopefully this latest tidbit of news will quell said negativity.
For a while it sounded as if The Crow redux was in for some smooth sailing, but alas... someone has gotten their feathers ruffled again.
Finally some good news has flown in for Relativity Media's redux of the classic tale of ghostly revenge known as The Crow! Creator James O'Barr has signed on to the project, which is heading to Comic-Con!
Well, this is interesting... a couple of days ago a script review of Javier Gutierrez's remake of The Crow slipped online, and let's just say it wasn't pretty. Said review made it sound as if this new Crow was a 180-degree turn from the original; however, star Luke Evans tells a different tale.
When it comes to script reviews for upcoming films that haven't even begun filming yet, you have to take the info with a grain of salt as anything can and will change. Our friends over at Latino Review got their hands on the script for Javier Gutierrez's remake of The Crow, and their reaction isn't pretty.
Sorry, Loki. Tom Hiddleston’s name had most recently been bandied about to star in the reboot of The Crow. Instead the distributors decided to go with a Greek god, “Zeus” from Immortals, AKA Luke Evans, to bring the undead revenger back to the big screen.
Here's the thing... if you're gonna go ghost hunting, you might as well do it with hot chicks. I mean, if things go wrong and some supernatural entity ends up claiming your soul for all eternity, why not have the last thing you see be a beauty? Speaking of which...
More casting news has come in for Dimension's untitled James Wan Presents thriller (formerly House of Horror) starring Maria Bello and Frank Grillo. Read on for the skinny on who else is setting themselves up for a good fright!
It's been awhile, but finally we have some firm casting news coming in for the James Wan-produced horror flick for Dimension, House of Horror. Read on for all the latest details regarding this upcoming spook show.
With the departure of Xavier Gens from Dimension Films' House of Horror comes word of a new director looking to take the helm of the James Wan presented scare fest from a screenplay by Max La Bella. Read on for details.
Some quick possible casting news has come in for James Wan's upcoming frightfest House of Horror, and it sounds as if another actor is in final negotiations to officially check in!
We've been talking about the frightfest House of Horror for a while now, and finally a studio has stepped up to give it distro. Read on for details.