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Terror Tweets: 25/8 Update, Leaked New Moon Trailer, and Samara Going 3D?

A couple of updates came through via Twitter recently that we thought newsworthy but not quite detailed enough for their own individual stories.

Terror Tweets from Twitter

First is a tease from Wes Craven about the trailer for his long-awaited 25/8 project: “Just saw the studio’s new trailer for #25/8… it rocks! Think STAND BY ME with knives!

Follow @wescraven to see if he spills any more details over the coming days.

Next, E! Online proclaims, “New New Moon Trailer in the Wild!” and provides a link to the leaked new Twilight Saga: New Moon trailer that has been playing before screenings of Sorority Row. It falls right in line with the description we posted on Friday. But remember … the extended version is premiering exclusively during the MTV VMA’s on Sunday, and once it’s aired, you can click here to watch and re-watch it to your heart’s content.

Follow @eonline to stay up-to-date on all the latest Hollywood news and gossip (if that’s your thing).

Finally, Bloody-Disgusting reports, “Samara Looking to Return in ‘The Ring’ 3-D Sequel“. No other details are available; it’s all just “talk” at this point.

Follow @BD_News to augment your thirst for everything horror related.

And don’t forget to follow @dreadcentral and @reaperawards, too!

Look for more from the Twitterverse soon!

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  • doubleh55

    Cash, maybe doing a third movie is really the only way we’ll get that original movie and it’s extras. I really feel like we got fucked on that original DVD.

    • Cash Bailey

      Yeah, that disc was bullshit.

      THE RING TWO DVD had heaps of good stuff on it, and that movie was poo.

  • Cash Bailey

    Yeah, because that’s the one way they can atone for how shitty THE RING TWO was; a hack cash-in 3-D sequel.

    How about just giving us Verbinski’s film on Blu-Ray with all that deleted Chris Cooper material.