Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures' The Seventh Son finally has a start date, and we have the latest for you right here. Read on for all the details.
Some more casting news coming in for Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures' The Seventh Son. Variety reports that "Game of Thrones" star Kit Harington has found his next role before jumping back into production on the HBO series.
We've heard of planning ahead, but this is getting ridiculous! Buy a 2013 calendar now, kids, and mark February 15th as the date Warner Bros. will release Legendary Pictures' The Seventh Son. Assuming, of course, those pesky Mayans are wrong about the world ending in 2012.
Another actor has stepped up to the plate in Warner Brothers' latest terror tale, Seventh Son (formerly The Spook's Apprentice). So who will be joining the show for some demonic mayhem? The power of Christ compels you to read on!
At the end of April the news broke that The Dude himself was in talks to replace the recently departed Zach Galifianakis in the Robert Schwentke-directed supernatural comedy R.I.P.D. based on the Peter Lenkov comic. Today confirmation has come.
With Zach Galifianakis exiting the upcoming big screen adaptation of R.I.P.D. (Rest in Peace Department), we've all been wondering just who could replace the white hot funny man. Attention ... look no further than The Dude.
Lots of actors are vying for the lead roles in Warner Bros.' upcoming tale of exorcism, The Seventh Sign, and the studio that the Bunny built has finally put out an offer to two of them.
Horror fans love to be kept in the know. That's why we're here. Still, reporting news lately has begun to feel more like micro-managing. Case in point ... reporting on who's in line for a role before anyone even gets it. Still, gotta roll with the punches or folks will go elsewhere, and we guess it does give you a feel for who said character will be.
Word has broken about yet another project featuring witches and witchcraft, this one coming with a top named star to play the wickedest witch of them all. If only she could be green!
Tremors? Nightbreed? Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat? 976-EVIL? Are all on the list this year. And though there were not huge horror wins in sound editing through screenplays, the Technical Awards never cease to bring out the horror veterans.
Rick Baker. Friend of apes. Maker of monsters. Seven time Oscar winner. And that lucky number seven was for The Wolfman, shared with fellow EFX maestro Dave Elsey. Their on-stage speech was great, but the extended Thank You Cam was even better. Both Baker and Elsey thanked Jack Pierce and Dick Smith for inspiring them.
It is that time of year again when Dread Central pays its respects to those who have worked in our beloved genre and made it to the red carpet on Oscar night 2011. The genre was in rare form when it came to the nominations.
"Whadja puke on the carpet for, man? It really tied the room together, ya know? Now it's gone. That's it! I cast thee out, man!" Oh, how I wish this one could play out just like that! The devil is going to once again get his cinematic due, but this time he'll be facing off with his greatest enemy yet ... The Dude!