Neil Patrick Harris
On October 11th, this writer (and his better half) visited the interactive horror play Delusion: The Blood Rite in Los Angeles, CA, and we both came away thinking, “This is the most entertaining, engaging, inventive, creepy, and downright fun, live-action horror experience I’ve ever had.”
Last year, famed Hollywood stuntman Jon Braver unleashed DELUSION onto unsuspecting Los Angelinos. It was a unique hybrid between live theatre and a haunted attraction that sent you running for your life through a creepy mansion full of psychopaths and death-defying stunts.
Last October I traversed all the haunted attractions Southern California had to offer -- and the biggest stand-out was DELUSION: an interactive play that puts you in the midst of some of the most jaw-dropping mayhem this writer has ever seen performed live.
An arrogant teenager is bewitched by an Olson Twin to spend the rest of his life looking like a chemo patient at a henna tattoo convention unless he can get sexting enthusiast Vanessa Hudgens to fall for in love with his inner beauty. Beastly is Beauty & the Beast for the Twilight set, and soon you'll be able to bring home the movie you didn't see in theaters.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Alex Pettyfer, Vanessa Hudgens, Neil Patrick Harris, Lisa Gay Hamilton, Mary-Kate Olsen
So, how emo are you? Do you shit broken hearts? Is your hair Crazy Glued down on one side of your face? Does your face stick to magnetic surfaces? Do you know that it's better to cut up the road instead of across the street? Well then, we've got great news for you, oh whiny one!
Remember Beastly, starring Vanessa Hudgens and Alex Pettyfer? Yeah, it had fallen off our radar as well ... until this weekend, when a new trailer debuted. At least we get to see a bit more of Neil Patrick Harris this time.
I ran into The Guild's creator/star Felicia Day at last month's Halo: Reach launch party and HAD to ask about Rock of the Dead, the new guitar controller rail shooter that she voices alongside her "Dr. Horrible" co-star, Neil Patrick Harris, with music by Rob Zombie.
A new one-sheet for CBS Films' Beastly, which swaps out the beast from the Beauty and the Beast story with a tattooed and pierced guy from New York's East Village, has arrived online today sporting a tagline that is simply wince-inducing. Dig it if you must.
Just a few weeks removed from its announcement of shifting the release of Beastly so as not to clash with Universal's upcoming Charlie St. Cloud, which stars Zac Efron, CBS Films has finally announced Beastly's new release date, and wow, is it pretty damned far off.
So, yeah. Over on the official Beastly Facebook page the powers that be posted a message to fans about why the flick has been bumped to a later date.
As promised at the end of last week, a second trailer for CBS Films' Beastly debuted this morning, and of course we've got a look at it here for you.
Finally a new still has surfaced from CBS Films' Beastly in which the beast (Alex Pettyfer) gets his claws on his beauty (Vanessa Hudgens). And they're at the zoo no less!
When worlds like Twilight and Beauty and the Beast collide, what we're left with should be a teen-friendly angle on a true classic story. At least that's what CBS Films is banking on, and we've got a couple of posters that they just released (one lenticular) for you to dig on.
We've seen the trailer and a slew of stills from CBS Films' upcoming feature Beastly, and today they sent over a brand spankin' new featurette that provides some behind-the-scenes footage and cast interviews.