Here on Dread Central we always breathe a big ol' sigh of relief when a film we've been talking about for years finally heads home. Such is the case with Odd Thomas, which is at long last primed and ready for mass consumption. Full details await!
Image Entertainment, an RLJ Entertainment brand, will be bringing the thriller Odd Thomas, based on the original, critically acclaimed New York Times bestselling book by Dean Koontz, to the world on February 28th, and right now we have the final art!
We already told you that Image Entertainment, an RLJ Entertainment brand, has acquired all U.S. rights to the thriller Odd Thomas, based on the original, critically acclaimed New York Times bestselling book by Dean Koontz, and now we have a brutal new image to celebrate with!
An all-star cast of both monsters and actors alike are set to do battle in The Kitchen Sink, a horror comedy that's currently shooting and is set for release on October 24th of next year.
Our friends up north in Canada are gonna become really close with Odd Thomas as Raven Banner Entertainment has swooped in and nabbed the Canadian rights! Read on for details.
Ever since a lawsuit was filed earlier this year by the producers, we've been wondering what the fate of Stephen Sommers' adaptation of the Dean Koontz book Odd Thomas would be. Thankfully, the news is good. Read on for details!
The aptly titled The Kitchen Sink features a group of teens who form an unlikely alliance with vampires and zombies to take on an alien army. Now taking part in all this chaos are Patton Oswalt, Bob Odenkirk, and Ian Roberts. Read on for more details.
The Playlist scored a bunch of new stills for Stephen Sommers' adaptation of the Dean R. Koontz book Odd Thomas, and honestly, even though they're plentiful, there's not a whole hell of a lot going on. Check 'em out!
A sales trailer for Stephen Sommers' adaptation of the Dean R. Koontz book Odd Thomas has made its way online, and we have a look at it right here for ya! Check it out and hope that one day we'll actually see the whole thing given its troubles.
Wondering just where the hell Stephen Sommers' adaptation of the Dean R. Koontz book Odd Thomas has been? Honestly, we all but forgot about it, but THR just gave us a grim reminder of reality.
Curtis James Jackson III, better known to his fans across the globe as rapper 50 Cent, has joined the cast of Stephen Sommers' Odd Thomas adaptation in the role of blind deejay Shamus Cocobolo.
And the cast of Stephen Sommers' Odd Thomas adaptation continues to grow with the addition of former "Undercovers" star Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Viola, a waitress who raises two young girls after their junkie mother dies.
Amidst a crowded sea of stars circling the Odd Thomas project including Willem Dafoe, Nico Tortorella, Emma Roberts, and even Tim Robbins, only one man has the gumption to just sign on ... comedian Patton Oswalt.