Scott Stewart

Your Prayers Have Been Answered! New Priest Trailer Arrives!

While we're not sure just who exactly has been praying for it, a new trailer for Screen Gems' horror actioner Priest is here, and we have every unholy pixel of it for your perusal.

Six New Character Posters for Screen Gems' Priest 3D

Six new character one-sheets for Scott Stewart's long awaited Priest 3D have come our way and we have every pixel of them waiting for your perusal.

New Priest Trailer Battles Its Way Online

The official trailer for Scott Stewart's long awaited Priest will likely be attached to prints of Resident Evil: Afterlife this weekend, and we have the goods for you right here. Dig it!

Legion (UK Blu-ray)

Reviewed by Gareth Jones Directed by Scott Stewart Starring Paul Bettany, Lucas Black, Tyrese Gibson, Adrianne Palicki Distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment UK

San Diego Comic-Con 2010: Scott Stewart Talks Priest 3D

One project I was pretty stoked to hear about when it was announced in 2009 is the film adaptation of the graphic novel series Priest. Being a huge fan of the story, I had hoped that somehow the stars would align to bring audiences a faithful telling of Ivan Isaacs (Paul Bettany), a warrior Priest from the last Vampire War who now lives in obscurity among the other downtrodden human inhabitants in walled-in dystopian cities ruled by the Church that must fight back when his niece (Lily Collins) is abducted by a murderous pack of vampires.

San Diego Comic-Con 2010: Holy Smokes! Dig on the Trailer for Priest

San Diego Comic-Con saw the first ever bit of footage from Scott Stewart's long awaited flick, Priest, and we have the goods for you right here. Dig it!

San Diego Comic-Con: Legion Sequel in the Cards?

In news that is sure to make the Foywonder either jump for joy or shudder in fear in turns out that Sony Pictures is tinkering with the idea of putting giving the green light to the sequel to their oodly entertaining yet completely bewildering flick Legion.

New Images From Priest Bless the Interwebs

Good news for fans looking forward to Scott Stewart's Priest! It's been a couple of weeks since last we spoke about the film, and the May 13th, 2011 premiere date still stands! Celebrate, folks! It's a miracle! To commemorate this milestone, some new images have surfaced ...

Get a Glimpse of Paul Bettany as Priest

The question remains ... will we ever see Priest? Given how many times the release date has been shuffled (it now stands at May 13th, 2011, but who knows?), it's getting harder and harder to tell. Given that the first image of Paul Bettany as the title character has surfaced in this week's Entertainment Weekly, maybe we have some hope after all.

Legion (Blu-ray / DVD)

Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Paul Bettany, Dennis Quaid, Lucas Black, Adrianne Palicki, Kate Walsh, Charles S. Dutton, Tyrese Gibson, Willa Holland, Jon Tenney, Kevin Durand Directed by Scott Stewart

Priest Release Date Gets Pushed. Again.

Sony Pictures is doing the old release date shuffle once again, and this time it's Scott Stewart's Priest that is getting the bump until later in the year. What a way to treat a servant of God!!!

First Footage From Priest

Fans eagerly anticipating Scott (Legion) Stewart's next movie Priest don't have to wait a second longer to get a look at what's in store for them when the flick hits theatres next year.

Motion Picture Purgatory: Legion

The whole time I watched Legion, pretty much the only thing I could think about was how great Trembles' MPP of the flick was going to be. The film is rife with some awesomely cheesy lines that are just begging for the Trembles treatment, and this week he delivers the goods.

Legion Director Scott Stewart Talks Priest

Fresh off of promoting the hell out of his latest film Legion, which came in a hearty second at the box office this weekend, taking in about $18.2 million, director Scott Stewart took a bit of time to talk about his next film, a little slice of vampire fun called Priest.

The Foywonder's Rambling Audio Review of Legion

If you were one of the many people who saw Scott Stewart's Legion over the weekend (and there must have been a lot of you since the film came in second in the box office rankings with an estimated $18.2 million), then you'll no doubt be interested in the following message we received from The Foywonder: