Summit Entertainment has long ridden upon the wave of sparkling vampires and underwerewolves, but that ship is quickly sailing off into Donesville. Next for them? Ghosts! I wonder if they will have bushy eyebrows and perfect abs?
If you thought Area 51 had problems, man, you obviously haven't tangoed in Area 52, a new adaptation of the Image Comic. Read on for all of the out-of-this-world details free of glowing fingers and anal probes.
Those pesky aliens. If it isn't one thing, it's another. Oh, what it would be like to relive the glory days of them just wanted to stick things in our asses. Now it's all consume, consume, consume. In any event, motion poster time for The Darkest Hour!
Here it is, Twi-Hards, the moment you've been waiting months for: the official theatrical trailer debut for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1! Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) exchange vows, but the happy event has a dangerous aftermath.
Those two Breaking Dawn - Part 1 posters that were just released not enough for you? How about a new still featuring an intense embrace between the film's leads, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, during their characters' honeymoon?
Part of the reason I'm such an avid movie buff is because of the fantastic artwork that was used to promote films back in the day. In many instances a film's poster was more imaginative and inspired than the film it was marketing (right, Ice Pirates?) - but with such awesome poster art you wouldn't dare pass up a chance to see the film. But this?
More casting news has come in for the finally titled Scott Derrickson's found footage film, Sinister. Who's next to get spooked for Summit Entertainment? Read on for details!
Last week the Rotten one over at Shock Till You Drop posted a story about Scott Derrickson's untitled found footage film claiming that the title would be Sinister. Today the official word has come - They nailed it!
Summit Entertainment provided a new synopsis for its cash cow, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1, today along with some new images and the official versions of a few we've seen previously. Part 1 of Breaking Dawn is slated to be released in theatres on November 18, 2011. Part 2 will follow a year later on November 16, 2012.
We've been talking about Scott Derrickson's untitled found footage film for a while now, and even though we have a star and even a studio, the project has remained nameless. Until now.
As summer winds down (is Labor Day really just a few weeks away?), the focus is shifting to films that are due to hit theatres in the fall/winter, and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn is one of the biggest on the horizon. Today we have two new stills to share that come courtesy of Entertainment Weekly.
Ok, so we have a studio, a director, a producer, and a star. What could be next? A title maybe? Oh silly you! Of course not! That will come later down the road but we do have the skinny on who else is in talks for Scott Derrickson's ultra-hush-hush film!
Really now ... what goes better with the holiday season than a lethal alien invasion? Honestly it's hard to come up with a single thing, and that's just what Summit Entertainment is counting on as it's moved the release date for The Darkest Hour from December 23th to December 25th!
The trailer for the latest alien invasion flick headed our way, The Darkest Hour, has made its online debut, and we have every invasion-laced second of it for you right here free of those nasty anal probes!
While we may not have a title for Scott Derrickson's upcoming horror flick, we do have a star and now distribution! Read on for some more clues about the new terrors to come from the director of The Exorcism of Emily Rose.