It looks like the final nail went into the casting couch's coffin today as Sony Pictures Entertainment launched Face of the Fan, a new initiative for virtual talent sourcing. First on their list of projects to lend a hand to is Screen Gems' and Lakeshore Entertainment's Underworld 4.
A bit of artwork for yet another flick we feel as if we've been talking about forever, The Roommate, has made its way online today, and we have every foggy pixel of it awaiting your perusal.
Stop the presses, folks! In an unprecedented move a movie studio is looking to adapt a best selling book series into a possible film franchise! Holy cow! We never thought we'd see the day!
Who's ready for a trailer debut? Anyone? Anyone? Well, it's Friday and you're getting one anyway! Attached to this weekend's release of Devil you'll find the trailer for Screen Gems' latest thriller The Roommate. Or if you don't wanna head out to the movies just for that, you can watch it right here. Bring your own popcorn.
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.
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!
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 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!
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 ...
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.
Screen Gems and Third Street Pictures announced today that Robert Hall, President of Almost Human Inc., has taken the reins for creating the infected in Quarantine 2, the follow-up to the 2008 hit Quarantine. This marks Hall’s return to the Quarantine franchise as he created the special makeup effects in the first film as well (you can check out his work on the special features of the Quarantine DVD and Blu-ray in the "Dressing the Infected" featurette).
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!!!
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.
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.