Whiteout Blows in September ’09

White Out (click to see it bigger!)Dominic Sena’s big screen version of the graphic novel “>Whiteout finally has a release date, but you all are going to have to wait quite a while to see it.

Warner Brothers announced today the theatrical release date of the Kate Beckinsale thriller is September 11, 2009. That day may be a little better than waiting until winter, but still … 9/11?

Whiteout follows a U.S. Marshall tracking down a mysterious murderer across Antarctica as time and sunlight are running out.


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  • G.D.

    I don’t expect it to hold a candle to the comic, but I was hoping it would at least be decent.

    That said, the last date I had heard for it was April…being pushed back 5 months can’t be a good sign. Especially when it wasn’t pushed INTO a winter date.

  • Cash Bailey

    This thing was shot about eight months ago.

    What’s the rumpus?