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:
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Paul Bettany, Tyrese Gibson, Adrianne Palicki, Charles S. Dutton, Dennis Quaid, Lucas Black Directed by Scott Stewart
Ready for a behind-the-scenes look at Legion? We're ready to get behind any movie that features a possessed old lady crawling around on the ceiling Exorcist III style!
Another new clip from Scott Stewart's upcoming apocalyptic thriller Legion showed up today featuring Tyrese Gibson trying to play hero in the face of some truly loony odds.
Another new clip from Scott Stewart's upcoming apocalyptic thriller Legion showed up today entitled "Angel Fight", and of course we've got it here for your viewing pleasure.
Thanks once again to the all-powerful Twitter, we've heard straight from the horse's mouth (in this case, director Scott Stewart's) that production on Screen Gems' adaptation of Min-Woo Hyung's Tokyo Pop comic Priest is a wrap!
Six new badass posters of some of the characters from Scott Stewart's upcoming angels vs. angels smackdown Legion showed up online today, and they also come with a message.
Now that Paul Bettany is making the rounds to promote his upcoming dark action flick Legion, he’s finally ready to set his sights on his next film, Priest. Priest reunites the actor with director Scott Stewart, who also helmed Legion. He was on hand at Comic-Con to discuss his latest jump into the action film genre.
Along with the opening of the official Priest website comes the first look at Paul Bettany in the live action adaptation of Tokyo Pop's horror western comic book Priest.
Horror westerns seem to be an oddly hot commodity these days what with quality flicks like The Burrowers already out and Jonah Hex on the way. Another unlikely horror commodity is Cam Gigandet, who has just signed on to star opposite Paul Bettany in the live action adaptation of Tokyo Pop's horror western comic book Priest.
Not content with just one horror project on the horizon, director Scott Stewart is set to reunite with the star of his upcoming supernatural thriller Legion, Paul Bettany, as a means to breathe life into the live-action adaptation of Tokyo Pop's comic Priest.
"I kick ass for the Lord!" There's no way in the world a horror fan can whip out that quote from Peter Jackson's Dead Alive (or Brain Dead for you purists out there) without cracking a smile and reliving the badassery of it all in our heads. Well holy shit. Screen Gems announced today that yet another priest will soon be kicking ass!
Who do you think could stop an apocalypse that was set to take place because God lost faith in his creation (humans, not kangaroos)? I mean, really, if God wants to wipe us out, I doubt there’d be much that could talk him out of it. But that’s why we have fictional stories about the end of days; to prove my ass wrong!
The trades are reporting this morning that Paul (The Da Vinci Code) Bettany has signed on to star in the Screen Gems thriller Legion, the feature directing debut of visual effects house Orphanage co-founder Scott Stewart, who also penned the script with Peter Schink.