Some more news coming out of the San Diego Comic-Con, this bit concerning Jonathan Levine's (All the Boys Love Mandy Lane) upcoming Summit Entertainment adaptation of the Isaac Marion book, Warm Bodies.
Everyone's trying to find the next Twilight franchise for the big screen, and CBS Films is throwing its hat in the ring with an adaptation of Marie Lu's upcoming dystopian novel Legend. CBS previously hired Jonathan Levine to direct and now has added two up-and-coming writers to pen the script.
Even the dead need to cuddle. That is, before they stiffen and become locked into one place. Damned rigor mortis. Anyway, the possible casting news continues for Summit Entertainment's latest horror lovefest!
Name two things that go together better than zombies and romance! Umm ... Anyone? Think, people, think! It worked for Shaun of the Dead, did it not? With the Twilight saga winding down (just bite the damned baby already), Summit Entertainment is hoping that it will score big for them as well.
You know what's missing from today's zombie flicks? Romance and love! Well, sort of. But that's how Summit Entertainment is hoping you think as it gears up to give us a few Warm Bodies to cling to.
You know, I just knew it was too good to be true when Senator Distribution announced that All the Boys Love Mandy Lane (review here) would be hitting DVD shelves on July 17th.
All The Boys Love Mandy Lane (review), but no one wants her to be out in public. Years have passed, and we have yet to see the lovely Mandy in theatres or even on store shelves. What gives?
I guess we can take it as a good sign that the folks at Senator Distribution are finally going to be releasing All the Boys Love Mandy Lane (review) sometime soon since they finally came up with a new poster for the film, right?
The lovable sickos at Rotten Cotton have been causing quite a stir with their film, Black Devil Doll, and to keep the momentum going they've released three new trailers!
As you may recall, All the Boys Love Mandy Lane (review) is set to open in UK theaters next Friday, February 15th. Lucky Brits, we’re not getting it unitl (supposedly) April over here. But it’s all right, because Optimum Releasing have just thrown us a new clip from the film that should hopefully help tide you over for now. Check it out below and be sure to visit the official Mandy Lane appreciation society on MySpace when you’re done!
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Amber Heard, Anson Mount, Michael Welch, Aaron Himelstein Directed by Jonathan Levine
When the Weinstein Company snatched up the distribution rights to All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, one of the most talked about slashers in recent memory, the old crawling fear that I get whenever the Weinsteins get their hands on horror appeared with force. It would be at least a year before this would hit theaters, I just knew it.
We may still not have an official US release date for All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, but what we do have today is the first 10 minutes of the film. This comes thanks to our buddy Joey M. and Yahoo Movies UK.
Our buddy Joey M. pointed us in the direction of a new Film Jerk article where All the Boys Love Mandy Lane and many other films' release dates were rumored.
This one's for our UK readers; while yes, it sucks you’re not getting Cloverfield this Friday like we Yankees are (you only have to wait until February 1st, though), you are getting a movie a lot of U.S. horror fans are looking forward to a lot sooner than we are: All the Boys Love Mandy Lane.