Paramount has always taken a strange approach toward the horror genre, haven’t they? We all know how the studio treated their Friday the 13th cash-cow in the 80s and, with the exception of a few titles here and there, they pretty much sat sidelined for the genre’s post-Scream resurgence. That’s what makes today’s news of a possible horror release out of their gates all the more surprising.
Wow. We guess Paramount isn't playing around anymore. After three years of nothing they finally nailed down a release date of October 1st, and now they're letting the goods on the movie fire with both barrels!
We've been reporting on Paramount's Case 39 so long now that we think the film's child star Jodelle Ferland is probably an adult already!
Around a week ago a document began floating around believed to have come from Paramount (which is yet to be confirmed) that offers a couple of quick updates regarding the status of two of the studio's projects, World War Z and Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters.
2011 looks to be the year that aliens invade the box office. Joining Oren Peli's Area 51 and JJ Abrams' Super 8, comes another in a string of alien related flicks, but this one, at least for now, is remaining pretty hush-hush.
Probably the biggest horror story of the week has just been broken on Day One of the San Diego Comic-Con! That's right, kids! You read that headline correctly!
Looks as if Paramount is ready to have Quasimodo come back for a quasi-retelling of the Victor Hugo classic The Hunchback of Notre Dame. That's right, kids! It's almost time once again to do the hump!
The phone has been ringing off the hook all morning, and sources close to the project have let us know that brave horror fans will be getting their first theatrical glimpse at one of the biggest sequels of the year when The Twilight Saga: Eclipse hits theatres next week.
"Hannah Montana" star Miley Cyrus is nearly legal so you know what that means, right? Time to star in a horror movie! Yep, there's just no finer way to be ushered into adulthood!
Around about a week ago we brought you a news story regarding an untitled horror project penned by Mark L. Smith (Vacancy) with Platinum Dunes partners Michael Bay, Brad Fuller, and Andrew Form along with Room 101's Steven Schneider. Today Smith spoke a little bit about it.
Trick or treating has long been a Halloween tradition, and the beauty of the yearly holiday in general is that it can be hilarious, spooky, and fun all at the same time. And that's exactly what Paramount in banking on for its new upcoming look at All Saints Day, Fun Size.
One of the big questions on fans' minds is whether or not we'll be seeing stars Katie Featherston and/or Micah Sloat reprising their roles somehow when Paranormal Activity 2 hits theatres this October.
Remember that news story a while back in which Platinum Dunes producer Brad Fuller stated that he and partner Andrew Form are looking to get away from the horror genre for a bit? Yeah, well, not so much.
Adam McKay, who's best known for directing and co-writing comedies such as Step Brothers and Talladega Nights, has turned his eye toward our genre and will be one of the producers on Tommy Wirkola's Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters. In a recent interview he touched upon possible casting choices for the new film that might not sit so well with some fans.
"Before you die, you see The Ring" And now you're going to see it flying off of the screen and directly into your lap. Yep, another 3D sequel is on its way, kids, and you have seven days to spread the word before you croak!