Season of the Witch
Nicolas Cage and Nicolas Cage's hair have become the cinematic scenery chewing equivalents of the Great White Shark. Steady yourself, kids! We're gonna need a bigger brush!
Nicolas Cage and his ever present co-star Nicolas Cage's Hair will soon be fending off witches with their special brand of scene chewing, and it's already started with the film's one-sheet!
Finally an official synopsis has sprung forth for Dominic Sena's new vehicle for Nic Cage and Nic Cage's Hair, Season of the Witch, and we've got every word of it here for your perusal.
Following up on the teaser trailer that appeared online last month, Lionsgate has released via Fandango a full-length trailer for Season of the Witch, which hits theatres on March 19, 2010.
No, we're not talking about the bastard sequel of the Halloween franchise (sorry, no need to get that song stuck in your head) or even the little known George A. Romero flick of the same name. What we have here is the teaser trailer for a new Dominic Sena flick!
Good news for fans of Nicolas Cage and his hair! Lionsgate announced today that his latest film, Dominic Sena's Season of the Witch, has been granted a March release!
No ... calm down. Breathe. Lionsgate is NOT remaking Halloween III: Season of the Witch. We'll always have the bastard of the Halloween franchise with its cool-ass deaths and manic theme song to ourselves. We're talking about an all new property here, folks, one that's free from showing us Tom Atkins' bare ass!
From Johnny Butane on Dec 05, 2008 Tags: Black Plague, Demons, Ghosts, Period, Season of the Witch, Witches
The first pics of Nic Cage and Ron Perlman in Season of the Witch showed up on Moziplussz recently, neither of which reveal much other than the fact that they’re both wearing a shitload of armor. Looks very warm.
At the recent Scream Awards, which went down last night in Hollywood, word came down to STYD that Ron Perlman is jumping on board Season of the Witch, the period horror piece from Gone in 60 Seconds helmer Dominic Sena.
Wow, Season of the Witch is back in the news. It finally sounds like it’s going to get made, but as with most things in Hollywood it is both blessing and a curse. A blessing because this script has been sitting in development hell for years; a curse because Nicolas Cage is now attached to star in it according to Variety.
Word came down this morning from the virtual pages of Variety that Gabriel Macht (The Good Shepherd) has signed on to spend the next few months in the cold with Kate Beckinsale, choosing to join up as her co-star in the first new Dark Castle Entertainment movie, Whiteout.