For the past several months we've had to make do with a paparazzi photo of Josh Brolin as Jonah Hex, but now finally, with the Jimmy Hayward-directed film scheduled to hit theatres on June 18, 2010, Warner Bros. has released the first official still ... and a complete synopsis.
The panel for Jonah Hex let out a short while ago, and while there wasn't a lot of new info revealed, we did see some new footage that was cut together just for the San Diego Comic-Con and learned from director Jimmy Hayward that shooting of Megan Fox's scenes wrapped just 48 hours ago.
Ever since we first started covering the live action version of Jonah Hex, it's been a little unclear as to exactly how many genre elements had been written into the script. But now some clarification has come down courtesy of Jimmy Palmiotti, one of the co-writers of the original DC Comics series on which the film is based.
Will Josh Brolin's portrayal of Jonah Hex be a one-off, or can we trust Megan Fox's tease to MTV about a sequel already potentially being in the works?
Remember that picture of Megan Fox from the set of Jonah Hex when she was wearing a bathrobe? You know you all wanted a peek under it! Well, wonder no more! Fox has lost the robe and ... we're kind of fretting for her health!
Warner Bros.' Jonah Hex is rolling as we speak, and today the first batch of candid behind-the-scenes images of Megan Fox have hit the web. Megan, Megan, Megan! What we would do for a peek under that bathrobe!
The big screen adaptation of Jonah Hex just got itself some serious sex appeal, as Megan Fox has joined the cast that already includes Josh Brolin and John Malkovich.
It's interesting to see MTV get so many horror-related news scoops these days; I guess the "M" in its name is starting to stand for Movies rather than Music.
John Malkovich will be going head-to-head with Josh Brolin in the upcoming adaptation of Jonah Hex, Variety reported this morning. The film is finally set to roll in April after numerous setbacks and delays.
Now this is an odd turn of events; THR reported this morning that Horton Hears a Who director Jimmy Hayward has signed on to make his live action debut with the DC Comic adaptation Jonah Hex, which has been stagnant for a bit after the Crank directors departed the project.