From Comic Book Resources, MTV, and Slash Film come a trio of new one-sheets in support of Lionsgate's I, Frankenstein; and we have each of them for you right here without all the excess surfing!
Finally a really good look at Aaron Eckhart in Lionsgate's I, Frankenstein has arrived courtesy of this week's Entertainment Weekly. Really bored at work? Need to pass some time? Try counting all the stitches.
Lakeshore Entertainment and Hopscotch Features have brought on David Hayter (X-Men, Watchmen) to pen the screenplay for their upcoming flick The Sword, a bloody tale of vengeance based on the graphic novel by Jonathan and Joshua Luna (The Luna Brothers).
The first casting news has arrived for Lionsgate's and Lakeshore Entertainment's new chiller from director Mark Neveldine entitled The Vatican Tapes, and we have all the details waiting for you with a shotglass filled with holy water.
Some quick news is coming in from the Cannes Film Market that must be music to both Lionsgate's and Lakeshore Entertainment's ears. It sounds as if The Vatican Tapes is poised to be a rather hot property at the big dance!
The first official artwork has arrived via IGN for Sony's often juggled around I, Frankenstein, and now it's not just the release date that keeps moving! That's right, kids; we have a new motion poster for ya! Dig it!
In terms of making its way from the page to the big screen, I, Frankenstein has had a bit of a rough road. To pave the way for a proper 3D conversion, the flick's release date has now been moved to January 24, 2014.
Now here's something interesting... THR is reporting that Lionsgate is post-converting Stuart Beattie’s I, Frankenstein for a 3D release on September 13th. You know, because this movie is just screaming for the post-conversion treatment.
Holy hell, the last time we talked about The Vatican Tapes was 2009, and back then it had James Marsh (Man on a Wire) set to direct the latest flick detailing what happens when an exorcism goes wrong. Time has passed, and things have changed.
More news is coming out of Berlin's EFM as Lakeshore Entertainment, on the lookout for a new franchise along the lines of Underworld, has picked up adaptation rights to the graphic novel series The Sword, written by Jonathan and Joshua Luna.
After all these decades we finally have an answer to the question What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, and you may or may not like it. The remake we first heard about in July now has a backer. Yep, pretty soon everything will be remade, rebooted, reduxed, and redistributed.
Just when we thought things were finally rock solid for Lionsgate Entertainment's I, Frankenstein, the release date has been bumped again. What could possibly be the reason for this? IT DOESN'T MATTER WHAT THE REASON IS!
With I, Frankenstein filming now Down Under, images from the set have slowly been making their way online. Here's another one for the fire! Check it out!
You just never know we someone with a camera will be laying in wait, but thankfully they're out there and when they score it can be pretty cool. Of course they can be absolute vultures too but that's an entirely different story.
We've been talking about I, Frankenstein for what feels like forever around these parts, but finally we have some imagery from the set. Check it out.