A little teaser has surfaced to get you all geared up for the spectacle that will mark the seventh entry into the mega-popular Saw franchise, Saw 3D. How about a quick look?
Saw VII news has been all over horror sites lately, and while it was looking like Lionsgate was content to keep the tradition of Roman numerals alive, it now seems like they've reconsidered since we've gotten word on an unfortunate new title.
More details about some of the hijinx that Jigsaw is up to in Lionsgate's latest entry into the Saw franchise have come to light, and we've got them all for you right here.
Over on his official blog director Kevin Greutert has posted several behind-the-scenes images from one of this October's biggest events, Saw 3D. Ready for a quick update regarding everyone's favorite dead killer?
It's a safe bet that we're on the verge of being bombarded with upcoming goodies for the seventh Saw film, Saw 3D, but for now our friends overseas scored the very first bit of teaser art.
Since filming has wrapped and we're just six short months away from the release of Lionsgate's Saw VII 3D, the studio's PR machine is starting to roll. First up are the full cast list, which includes the long-rumored return of Dr. Gordon from the first installment, and an official synopsis.
Good news for the Jigsaw faithful out there. Despite all of the behind-the-scenes craziness, the seventh installment in this truly storied franchise has been completed.
There are few films coming out later this year that have as big or as interesting of a behind-the-scenes story as Kevin Greutert's Saw 3D. The Saw vs. Paranormal Activity rivalry has been well documented online, and we've all sifted through the dirty laundry. In the end we're sure Greutert will deliver once more so there's a lot to be excited about ... speaking of which ...
With the seventh entry in Lionsgate’s Saw franchise currently shooting in Toronto, Canada in preparation for its October 22, 2010 theatrical release, Dread caught up with the flick’s co-scribe Patrick Melton to chat about the film as well as the other projects he and long-time collaborator Marcus Dunstan are working on.
Though Lionsgate rarely tips its hand with regard to casting and plot points for the Saw movies, a bit of possible casting news has hit the net that's pretty interesting.
Could this be an end of an era? According to writer Patrick Melton, Kevin Greutert's upcoming Saw VII 3D could mark the very last entry into the famed blockbuster franchise. Just when things were getting fun again!
Today's the day, folks! Saw VII begins principal photography with Kevin Greutert at its helm. This comes as a bit of a bittersweet pill. For one thing Saw fans should be thrilled as Kevin made Part VI one of the best of the series; however, the man's heart was set on making Paranormal Activity 2 for Paramount. All in all, we're sure he'll still make the best movie possible. Just a shame he had to be douched into making it.
The first casting news from the already controversial seventh entry into the Saw franchise, Saw VII in 3D, has hit the net and it yields no shockers. Yet, that is.
Holy cow, have things just gotten really interesting ... really fast!
Ok. Color us speechless. It's no surprise that a sequel to the smash phenom Paranormal Activity is on its way. The movie made millions and dethroned the Saw franchise as October's biggest moneymaker.