More news coming in for the latest vampire-themed adaptation for Matt Reeves, The Passage. A writer has been found to handle the transition from page-to-screen. Read on for the details on just who the scribe is.
As we told you yesterday, there are four new Frankenstein films on the way from Ghost House Pictures, Summit, Universal, and Columbia. Now it looks like Summit is pulling ahead of the pack as it's just signed both a writer and a director for its adaptation of Kenneth Oppel's novel This Dark Endeavor: The Apprenticeship of Victor Frankenstein.
Matt Reeves is a director who knows a thing or two about making good vampire movies, as proved by his way better than expected take on Let Me In. Given this fact, it's no wonder he's been tapped to illustrate yet another tale of these fiendish bloodsuckers.
So the question beckons ... if two different movies are based upon the same short story, does that make the latest telling of said story a remake or another beast entirely? Kind of makes your head hurt, no?
Ever since the success of Cloverfield fans have been hoping and praying for a sequel. Thus far we've seen fan-made viral videos, hoped that Super 8 was actually the return of the beast, and have heard tons of chatter but nothing concrete. Will we ever see Clovie again? The answer is YES.
With the Blu-ray and DVD release of Let Me In (Blu-ray / DVD review here) quickly approaching, we nabbed a couple of behind-the-scenes clips for you guys to dig on to get you all sweaty with anticipation! Dig it! From the Press Release
Surprisingly enough, Matt Reeves' remake of Let the Right One In, entitled Let Me In (Blu-ray / DVD review here), ended up kicking an unusual amount of ass. Still on the fence about it? How about checking out a Blu-ray or DVD on us?
Let Me In pulled off the near impossible by being one of the better remakes that absolutely no one had any faith in, and now that the flick is hitting both Blu-ray and DVD on February 1st, we've got the skinny on what will be included.
One of this year's better remakes will hopefully be one of next year's best Blu-rays and DVDs. Matt Reeves' Let Me In will be coming home next February and we've got the 411 right here for ya! From the Press Release
Every now and again you'll see a deleted scene from a movie and wonder to yourself, "Why in the world didn't they include that in the film?" This is one of those times. Below you'll find a deleted scene, a very good deleted scene, that's been circling around the Net recently for Matt Reeve's take on Let Me In for Hammer. Dig it and wonder why it was cut below.
Still on the fence about whether or not to see Let Me In this weekend? Well, the film's new red band clip that features Chloe Moretz's Abby doing what vampires do best might help sway you in favor of making the trek to the multiplex.
The haunting Let the Right One In (review) was hailed by critics and fans alike so expectations are high for the remake. Will Let Me In be compared favorably to the Swedish film, or should it be more appropriately compared to the novel by John Ajvide Lindqvist? The time has finally arrived for the fans to decide for themselves!
Another chilly bit of artwork for Matt Reeves' Let Me In was released today by Overture Films and as per usual it's waiting right here for you to dig on!
Looking forward to Matt Reeves' upcoming remake of Let the Right One In, titled simply Let Me In? Good! You should be! It's surprisingly well done, and to get you in the spirit of things, we're giving away some exclusive Let Me In prize packages!