Chosen to remake every movie. Chosen to wear orange. Chosen to make things gritty. Chosen to drop the ball on even the simplest of concepts. Chosen to use lens flares at a relentless pace. And now, chosen to create comic books.
Marcus Nispel's reboot of the Conan the Barbarian franchise comes out in theaters this weekend, and of course it's in 3D "for your viewing pleasure". Still torn on whether or not you'll be seeing it?
Our exclusive video interview series for Marcus Nispel's Conan the Barbarian 3D comes to an end today, and we saved the best for last: Rose McGowan, who portrays Marique, the mystical daughter of malevolent warlord Khalar Zym, in the film.
Conan. What is best in life? To star in the remakes. See lens flares driven before you. And to wear the power color, orange! We know at least a handful of people who will find that opening sentence as funny as we do. In any event, Marcus Nispel's 3D Conan the Barbarian remake hits theatres this weekend, and we've got your verdict for you.
Our video interview series for Marcus Nispel's Conan the Barbarian continues today with the star of the show, Jason Momoa. When it comes to taking on an iconic character like Conan, you need a true badass to breathe life into one of the most popular warriors of all time, and he more than fits the bill.
In the upcoming Conan the Barbarian, actress and action veteran Rachel Nichols (Star Trek, GI Joe) portrays Tamara, a pureblood descendent of the Sorcerers of Acheron who becomes an accomplice and eventual love interest to the titular character (played by "Game of Thrones" star Jason Momoa).
Exclusive Video Interview: Ron Perlman and Leo Howard Discuss Fathers, Sons and Badasses in the New Conan the Barbarian
For Marcus Nispel's latest project, Conan the Barbarian, the director decided to approach this reimagining a bit differently: Rather than remaking John Milius' iconic 1982 movie that introduced the world to a then-up-and-coming Arnold Schwarzenegger, Nispel opted to rely more on the 1932 Conan short story series by Robert E. Howard.
Voltage Pictures today released some early artwork for director Marcus Nispel's latest horror flick Backmask, and as always we're right here to get it into your hot little hands. Or eyes. Or whatever. Announced at Cannes, read on for the plot details of this Steven Schneider (Paranormal Activity, Insidious, The Lords of Salem, The Bay) produced film. Synopsis
He tackled The Texas Chainsaw Masscare. He bungled Friday the 13th. He's treading more sacred ground with Conan the Barbarian, and now director Marcus Nispel is looking to put his patented orange-colored lens flare laden stamp on yet another horror flick - Backmask. Well at least it isn't a remake.
Yeah, not really horror, we know, but Conan has been known to fight monsters, giant creatures, zombies, ghosts, witches, etc. Besides it's brought to us by Marcus Nispel and his power color orange!
I've made my feelings about the Friday the 13th remake abundantly clear by now, but since it's hitting Blu-ray and DVD on June 16th, all my venom is bubbling back up to the surface. Will the new cut with the added footage do anything to change the minds of spurned fans like myself? I think that depends on what it is that didn't we see ... like more little Jason for instance.
Done screwing with our favorite slasher franchises for the time being, Marcus Nipel is in talks to offer his lens flare laden slant on yet another famous horror tale, The Last Voyage of Demeter, for Phoenix Pictures.
In a good turn of events for R-rated horror, Platinum Dunes' reboot (the new, classier, way to say remake) of Friday the 13th has scared itself up some big box office this weekend, raking in an estimated 42 million, plus!