Well! That's a relief! We told you weeks ago that the latest installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean series, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, would feature zombie pirates; and judging by this latest trailer, the filmmakers weren't just talking about Keith Richards!
With every story we do regarding the proposed big screen version of Dark Shadows that would reunite Johnny Depp with director Tim Burton, we get just that much more excited.
Yes, we know. Why are we covering Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides? Don't worry. It's not going to be getting the full DC treatment; we just hear tell that there are lots and lots of zombies in this one. That's good enough to pique our interest, and if said rumor turns out to be false, all coverage will be walking the plank.
Some more news for fans looking forward to Johnny Depp and Tim Burton's upcoming collaboration on a re-imagining of the classic vampire soap opera from a few decades back!
While this news isn't as painfully obvious as a horror remake director signing on to adapt an 'acclaimed' graphic novel as his second project, it wasn't terribly hard to see coming. Those of you salivating for a glimpse of Captain Jack's return won't be waiting much longer.
Will Johnny Depp's Jack Sparrow go up against an army of zombies in 2011's fourth installment in the Pirates of the Caribbean series? The actor was at Comic-Con to talk about the film - and what he had to say was pretty interesting.
Things have been awfully quiet on the big screen version of Dark Shadows, but now it seems there's a bit of light peering through the shroud of fog that's been laying over Collinwood Mansion.
With its March 5th premiere approaching, Tim Burton's 3D vision of Alice in Wonderland is sure to appeal to genre fans. Which is why we're providing a video tour of the props, costumes, and set pieces from the film that Nomad recorded for us during last year's San Diego Comic-Con.
We've been a bit hit or miss with our coverage of Tim Burton's upcoming Alice in Wonderland due to not being entirely sure how horror oriented it may be, but after seeing Medicom's new Alice and Mad Hatter figures from Japan, we just had to share.
Over the past few years news stories about the Tim Burton/Johnny Depp version of Dark Shadows have popped up every couple of months, and today another one came along in which we finally got solid confirmation as to the film's start day. To that I can only say "Hooray!"
The Dread Central crew were in attendance at the recent Spike TV Scream Awards reporting on the events as they happened, and to get you geared up for watching the show tomorrow night, October 27th, Spike has released a few more highlights!
Medicom has held a Disney license for some time now ... sometimes creating beautiful vinyl figures capturing every inch of your favorite characters and sometimes taking that character to extremes we never expected!
Is there another filmmaker working whose tackled more revisionist projects? It seems like everything this guy does lately is an updated version of an older movie, TV show or piece of literature. So, during Comic Con, Burton announced his next project, which really comes as no surprise.
Johnny Depp has done his part to ease the minds of "Dark Shadows" fans everywhere by confirming that Tim Burton's big screen adaptation of the long-running show is still very much on track.
We all knew Tim Burton was liable to come up with some pretty amazing imagery for his upcoming Alice in Wonderland, and today we found out just how incredible it is.