Is it just us, or are there like four million movies featuring the word "fields" in their titles lately? In any event only one of those films is home to actor Robert De Niro, and that's the one we're most interested in!
One more casting addition has been made to Relativity Media's answer to Clash of the Titans, entitled War of Gods. Someone who has a whole lot of experience fighting beasties both mythical and otherwise!
We finally have a release date for Neil Burger's feature film adaptation of The Dark Fields. Look for the flick to hit theatres nationwide on March 18th, 2011. Yes, that seems like one hell of a wait but some things are just worth it.
Yes, we know. The headline sounds a bit kinky, but it's Friday, damnit! After such a long week we should all be entitled to be as kinky as we like, not to mention be allowed to go down on anything that we want!
Here at Dread Central there are certain actors whom we will watch no matter what they do. One such person who falls under that category is the legendary Robert De Niro, and we get especially excited when it turns out that his next flick will be in the horror genre!
"Revenge Thriller" -- two words that can mean horror or just an action-packed heavy drama, but considering the pedigree of the people involved in the recently announced Rubicon, we thought we'd pass on the info just in case it leans more toward the former than the latter.
It’s been a very long time since we heard about any progress of the film version of the Boom! Studios’ Tag comic, so its fortunate that the guys over at BD’s Graphic Content got their hands on some news this weekend.
Red 5 Comics’ Afterburn is making its way to the big screen, and this morning THR has learned that Matt Johnson (Torque, Into the Blue) has been tapped to pen the screenplay.
After months of negotiations Variety reports that Relativity Media has officially snapped up Rogue Pictures from the hands of Universal Pictures, closing the deal for around $150 million.
After taking a self-imposed sabbatical following the “demoralizing” experience of making League of Extraordinary Gentleman, which I felt demoralized just watching, Variety reports that Stephen Norrington is returning to filmmaking with a new film based on James O’Barr’s classic antihero, The Crow.