During an interview with Blogdecine, director Nacho Vigalondo let the beans spill about who he's considering to be in the director's chair for the remake of his time travel thriller Timecrimes (review).
Good news came over the wire today for a new director to whom we’ve been giving some extra attention as of late: Gabriel (review) helmer Shane Abbess (interview) has been tapped to direct Source Code for Universal.
Not a lot’s been said about Vincenzo Natali’s Splice, the story of two rebellious scientist who create a creature by splicing different DNAs which eventually becomes deadly, for a while now. A few months back we had some very early looks at the creature that stars Adrien Brody and Sarah Polle
2009 still seems like a long way away, but the rewards that year will bring to the horror genre make it seem worth the wait. With '08 flooded by teen slashers and pointless remakes, it is comforting to know some filmmakers and studios are still willing to take a chance on projects like Splice.
If you happen not to remember us talking about a film called Splice, let me refresh your memories. Sarah Polley, Adrien Brody and Delphine Chanéac will be under the direction of Cube helmer Vincenzo Natali as he takes us into a world of beautiful and terrifying world of genetic engineering...
Some fresh details have shown up regarding the next project for Cube and Cypher director Vincenzo Natali, the monster movie Splice. A casting call posted on MEW breaks down the movie for possible actors looking to participate, and I have to admit it sounds very cool;
Recently we had the pleasure of sitting down briefly with Nacho Vigalondo, the director of the time travel film everyone's talking