San Diego Comic-Con saw the first ever bit of footage from Scott Stewart's long awaited flick, Priest, and we have the goods for you right here. Dig it!
Sony Pictures is making a splash at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, and we've got some images from the booth that's home to two of their biggest genre offerings - Priest and Resident Evil: Afterlife.
Good news for fans looking forward to Scott Stewart's Priest! It's been a couple of weeks since last we spoke about the film, and the May 13th, 2011 premiere date still stands! Celebrate, folks! It's a miracle! To commemorate this milestone, some new images have surfaced ...
The question remains ... will we ever see Priest? Given how many times the release date has been shuffled (it now stands at May 13th, 2011, but who knows?), it's getting harder and harder to tell. Given that the first image of Paul Bettany as the title character has surfaced in this week's Entertainment Weekly, maybe we have some hope after all.
Quick updates on a couple of movies that have been bouncing around like an out of control rubber ball for a long while now -- Sony Pictures' Priest and MGM's Cabin in the Woods have been moved around yet again.
Sony Pictures is doing the old release date shuffle once again, and this time it's Scott Stewart's Priest that is getting the bump until later in the year. What a way to treat a servant of God!!!
Fans eagerly anticipating Scott (Legion) Stewart's next movie Priest don't have to wait a second longer to get a look at what's in store for them when the flick hits theatres next year.
The Sony release date shuffle has begun, and several of this year's flicks have been pushed to 2011. Let's look at the tale of the tape!
Fresh off of promoting the hell out of his latest film Legion, which came in a hearty second at the box office this weekend, taking in about $18.2 million, director Scott Stewart took a bit of time to talk about his next film, a little slice of vampire fun called Priest.
It could be me, but it seems like we've been talking about Priest for a very long time. It recently wrapped production and now its producer, Mike De Luca, is talking about when we might expect to see it.
Thanks once again to the all-powerful Twitter, we've heard straight from the horse's mouth (in this case, director Scott Stewart's) that production on Screen Gems' adaptation of Min-Woo Hyung's Tokyo Pop comic Priest is a wrap!
The upcoming suspense thriller The Roommate was originally planned to debut on October 1, 2010. The good news is that you'll be able to catch the Christian Christiansen-directed flick a few weeks earlier, on September 17, 2010. Read on for more info...
Fans of "Californication" will be happy to find out that their favorite milf will soon be contending with a lot more than just unleashed libidos and the ever wandering penis of Hank Moody. Madchen Amick has just signed on to co-star in Priest for Screen Gems.
"True Blood" fans are going to get their chance to see one of their favorite small screen vamps in theatres as Bill Compton himself has joined the cast of Priest.
Well before he hit the big time as Eomer in LOTR: The Two Towers and LOTR: Return of the King, Karl Urban caught our eye in a little Kiwi flick called The Irrefutable Truth About Demons. And now it looks like he'll be returning to his horror roots in Screen Gems' Priest as he was cast to play the film's big bad known as Black Hat.