Yes, Whiteout was met with a rather chilly reception at the box office when some really bad word-of-mouth concerning ... well ... everything about it ... started spilling out of the handful of theatre-goers that bit the bullet and went to see it. But did it get a fair shake? Now that the movie's hitting DVD and Blu-ray, you'll get your chance to find out.
Reviewed by Morgan Elektra Starring Kate Beckinsale, Gabriel Macht, Tom Skerritt, Alex O'Loughlin Directed by Dominic Sena
With Whiteout quickly approaching its release, the extra teases for fans all sweaty with anticipation have been coming fast and furious. Don't believe us? Then maybe not one, not two, not even three, but seven clips from the flick will do the trick for you!
As part of gearing up for their fall/winter seasons (where did this year go?), Warner Bros. sent along a couple of new stills for their upcoming film Whiteout starring Kate Beckinsale. Of course, we'll share them with you guys because, well, because you all look so sexy when you shiver.
The release of Whiteout has been postponed more times than we can keep track of, but now that it's back on track for September 11th, Warner Bros. is pulling out all the stops to promote it, including a brand new poster featuring a close-up of Kate Beckinsale that's sure to leave a large portion of the male population breathless.
I can't say I have ever read the 1998 comic book on which Whiteout is based, but after watching this trailer I know I will be seeing the movie version when it opens on September 11th. Kate Beckinsale stars as a sexy US Marshal sent in to investigate a series of brutal murders at Antarctic stations with only three days before the even harsher winter weather sets in. Dominic "Kalifornia, Gone in Sixty Seconds" Sena directs this body part freezing off chiller.
After what seems like forever, a promotional teaser has arrived online for Dominic Sena's live-action adaptation of the Greg Rucka graphic novel Whiteout!
Dominic Sena's big screen version of the graphic novel Whiteout finally has a release date, but you all are going to have to wait quite a while to see it.
A batch of horror movies we’ve not heard much about lately have recently acquired composers; instead of writing one story after another about them, I thought it’d make sense to give ‘em to you all at once. That's how much I care, you see.
How many horror fans have stayed awake all night wondering when a Collector's Edition of Universal's Van Helsing would be available. Would they again get to see vampires fly around in daylight? Couches that can kill Kate Beckinsale? Beloved monsters getting the bastard treatment? Plenty of plot holes to trash even the most hardened drinking game veteran?
One of Beyond Hollywood's readers sent in the new poster for Dominic Sena's adaption of the comic book Whiteout. The pic stars Kate Beckinsale as a U.S.
Word came down this morning from the virtual pages of Variety that Gabriel Macht (The Good Shepherd) has signed on to spend the next few months in the cold with Kate Beckinsale, choosing to join up as her co-star in the first new Dark Castle Entertainment movie, Whiteout.
Two cool new posters for two very questionable films showed up online yesterday, and we thought you guys would dig ‘em. First one comes from Arrow in the Head and is for the Elisha Cuthbert-starer Captivity, the trailer for which wore out its welcome about three films into this past November’s After Dark HorrorFest for me.
Though the first few stills that came out for the horror movie Vacancy, which stars Luke Wilson and Kate Beckinsale, didn’t give the most exciting first impression, the trailer that just showed up on Yahoo! Movies definitely does. The duo star as a couple who check into a rundown motel after having some car problems and discover that their room seems to be used for snuff films as a regular practice. They try to escape, but as the trailer asks, how can you escape when they see everything?