James McTeigue's upcoming flick The Raven, starring John Cusack as Edgar Allan Poe, has taken flight for a release date in the future. Far into the future. When will he set up to roost? Read on for the answer. 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.
Is there anyone on Earth not looking forward to seeing Nicolas Cage and his medieval fright wig in glorious 1080p? I mean honestly ... that's worth the price of the Blu-ray itself as far as we're concerned. Get ready for a gander at the official box art for Season of the Witch!
Never mind the blurry out of focus hard to hear slice of bootleggery that appeared online yesterday. This new day brings a much better look at the brand spanking new trailer for the upcoming sword crunching epic, Immortals.
Oh, the spectacle that is Dominic Sena's Season of the Witch! If you missed it in theatres it's coming home along with Nicolas Cage's hair this June. Glory be!
By the gods! The power of bootlegging and keen eyed viewers have brought us the first semi-blurry online look at the official trailer from the upcoming flick, Immortals! Steady yourself, and grab some aspirin!
Producer Mark D. Evans had lots to say plot-wise about James McTeigue's upcoming flick The Raven starring John Cusack as Edgar Allan Poe, Ewan McGregor, Luke Evans and Alice Eve. Check out the fresh info courtesy of Screen Daily below.
Not long ago we told you that Relativity Media had found a new place to hang its hat, along with the bodies of hapless victims, in the upcoming horror flick The House at the End of the Street. Today we finally know when to expect it. From the Press Release
What is it about The Crow movies that keeps them mired in controversy? Has any of them ever gone off without a hitch? A new dispute over the rights to the planned Crow remake between Relativity Media and The Weinsteins has just hit our radar. Read on for the details.
The first "good" image from the David R. Ellis formerly untitled shark thriller, Shark Night 3D, has come in, and it offers exactly the kind of toothy action that we hoped it would. Dig in!
Relativity Media has found a new place to hang its hat, along with the bodies of hapless victims who hopefully pile up at a rapid fire rate in the latest fear fest, The House at the End of the Street. From the Press Release
It really is hard to imagine anyone filling the shoes of Brandon Lee in the new version of the film that made him a tragic legend of sorts. To say that he nailed the role of Eric Draven in The Crow is a bit on an understatement.
It's been a while since last we talked about the proposed remake of The Crow, and usually when we did, it wasn't good news. People have signed on. People have signed off. This was going to be a long and troubled road. But even the roughest of roads eventually come to an end. From the Press Release
During today's events at WonderCon 2011 Relativity Media unveiled five brand new character posters for Immortals, starring the new Superman, Henry Cavill. Along with Cavill as Theseus, the posters highlight Luke Evans as Zeus, Kellan Lutz as Poseidon, Isabel Lucas as Athena, and Daniel Sharman as Ares.
Some quick news coming in for the greatest titled film we're likely to see in our lifetime, David R. Ellis' Untitled 3D Shark Thriller also known as Shark Night 3D.
While we all wait patiently to see if the proposed title of Untitled 3D Shark Thriller will stick for David R. Ellis' next flick, several videos have sneaked online, and of course we found 'em. We're good like that. The first video is basically just an introduction, but keep watching for the goods, which start flowing freely, including a walk through the shark tank. Dig it all below.