The San Diego Comic-Con Immortals panel is being held on Saturday, July 23rd, so of course the fine folks at Relativity Media have released some new teaser art to go along with the two stills they laid on us earlier this week.
Guess what just landed in our inbox? The first official poster art for The Raven! Good thing we heard it tapping at our chamber door or you guys would be in the friggin' dark! Look for Relativity Media's The Raven starring John Cusack in theatres on March 9th, 2012.
A lot of movie studios may have passed on Comic-Con this year, but those who didn't are doing a great job of keeping us really busy. Next on tap for you are more images from The Raven! Look for what Relativity Media is now calling James McTeigue's Edgar Allan Poe project starring John Cusack (will they be scrapping The Raven moniker?) in theatres on March 9th, 2012.
And the goodies just keep rolling in! Trying to keep up? Yeah, so are we. In any event we've updated our Shark Night 3D gallery with even more shots of kids in the daytime! Dig it! David Ellis' Shark Night 3D has been rated PG-13 by the MPAA for violence and terror, disturbing images, sexual references, partial nudity, language and thematic material.
In advance of the Immortals panels being held this Thursday, July 21st, and Saturday, July 23rd, at San Diego Comic-Con, Relativity Media has released a pair of new stills from the film. By the gods, we are liking what we see!
Relativity Media is breaking out one hell of a cool photo op for fans in attendance at this year's San Diego Comic-Con in promotion of its upcoming film Shark Night 3D, and we've got a sneak preview for you! Dig it!
Time for a little international flavor, kids! Open up and say "ooh la la" for the French variation of the U.S. one-sheet for Shark Night 3D that comes without any photo effects. Also, if you look closely under the chick's arm, you can see that she's totally unshaven.
There will be blood in the water at this year's San Diego Comic-Con as Relativity Media has something special planned for fans in attendance! You can experience the sheer terror of a shark attack before the September 2 release of Shark Night 3D. Read on for all the gory details.
We've landed almost a dozen new images for David R. Ellis' upcoming Shark Night 3D courtesy of French distributor Metro Films, and just like after watching the trailer, we're perplexed by how many day scenes there are in a movie called Shark Night.
They don't show much, and one is decidedly on the blurry side, but a couple of new pictures of John Cusack channeling Edgar Allan Poe have popped up online courtesy of USA Today so of course we have them for you here! Look for what Relativity Media is now calling James McTeigue's Edgar Allan Poe project (will they be scrapping The Raven moniker?) in theatres on March 9th, 2012.
It's safe to say that the hype train for the Immortals is building more and more steam every day. Just last week we brought you several nifty character posters and now? A new trailer has been bestowed upon us! Immortals stars the new Superman, Henry Cavill, along with Luke Evans, Kellan Lutz, Isabel Lucas, and Daniel Sharman.
It used to be that we'd have to wait until closer to the opening of the San Diego Comic-Con to get the schedule for horror related panels, signings, and such, but this year things are a bit different. On tap for today is info on panels for Relativity Media's The Raven and Immortals along with DreamWorks' "Feeding Frenzy" contest and panel for Fright Night.
It's still hard to picture anyone else playing the great Edgar Allan Poe other than Jeffrey Combs, but we have to admit we are warming to John Cusack portraying the troubled poet. Dig it! Look for what Relativity Media is now calling James McTeigue's Edgar Allan Poe project (will they be scrapping The Raven moniker?) in theatres on March 9th, 2012.
Seems like we'll be getting that Crow reboot whether we want it or not. It's too much of a recognizable property (despite there only being one decent film in the franchise) for Hollywood to let it rest in peace. So despite the legal battle that's currently raging, we're told that The Crow WILL return! Um. Yay?
Listen closely, kids. Hear that? Shhh! Pay attention now. There? Hear it? That was the sound of all of our hopes and aspirations for Shark Night 3D sinking like a lead balloon. The MPAA rating is in. and it's about as hard to digest as that damned license plate in Jaws.