More eye candy from the third Chronicles of Riddick film is here featuring everyone's favorite Furyan getting some direction from the man who truly controls his destiny... director David Twohy!
Vin Diesel has posted two more images from the latest chapter in The Chronicles of Riddick franchise, tentatively known as Dead Man Stalking, one of which features our favorite Furian toting around what appears to be a bone-like weapon. Check 'em out!
When you have a star with the physical stature of Vin Diesel, you need to have him face off against someone bigger than he is or there are just no stakes. Well, for the next film in the Chronicles of Riddick franchise, the stakes have officially been raised to a brutish level.
After taking a look at the latest still from this week's filming, it appears that production on The Chronicles of Riddick: Dead Man Stalking is going swimmingly well. Read on for a peek at the Furyan left for dead...
For months there's been speculation regarding casting news, etc., for the third film in the Chronicles of Riddick franchise tentatively known as Dead Man Stalking, but now all of the official info is finally here.
A third image has surfaced for the new Riddick flick, and as always we have it here for you here, chock-full of Furian fury! Check it out!
Even the lethal Furian needs a time out from killing aliens, monsters, and whoever the hell else manages to get in his way. Get set for yet another still from the new Riddick flick!
After months and months and, yes, months of looking at every conceivable kind of concept art for the next film in the Chronicles of Riddick franchise, it's nice to finally see something real. Get ready for your first look at the Furian!
No, we are not talking about that funny video of a very young Vin Diesel break dancing (although we will include it here for shits and giggles). We're talking casting news, kids! Time to see who else will be going head-to-head with your friendly neighborhood Furian.
The set of the next film in the Riddick franchise is about to get a whole lot prettier if this potential addition to the cast that will have tons of sci-fi fans swooning ends up being finalized! Read on for details.
Lionsgate dropped a really early bit of teaser art for The Haunting in Georgia, the upcoming second installment of its The Haunting in ... franchise (which was spawned by the hit The Haunting in Connecticut), and as always we've got the goods for ya right here.
Two more stars are ready to have their wits scared scared out of them in The Haunting in Georgia, the follow-up to the hit flick The Haunting in Connecticut, one of whom should make "BSG" fans especially happy.
The werewolf subgenre has always been somewhat of a bastard stepchild in the world of horror, but what exactly is it about the cursed creatures that prevents so much fiction and filmmaking on the subject from being all that great? And, more importantly, will the upcoming Growl be one of the good ones?