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.
The alien invasion flick The Darkest Hour looks to be among the more unique and interesting forays into that particular sub-genre. And after Summit Entertainment's Comic-Con exhibition today, those earliest perceptions are looking dead on.
Some more news coming out of the San Diego Comic-Con, this bit concerning Jonathan Levine's (All the Boys Love Mandy Lane) upcoming Summit Entertainment adaptation of the Isaac Marion book, Warm Bodies.
One film that's kind of dropped off our radar a bit is The Darkest Hour, but that's about to change as it looks like Summit Entertainment is cranking up the promo engine, and today comes our first look at the flick via a still featuring Emile Hirsch.
Now this is what we call good news. After the Twi-Heads get their time at the San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday, July 21st, the following day, July 22nd, the grown-ups of Underworld 4: New Dawn, will head to Hall H to show the kids how to do that whole vampire/lycan thing right.
The teaser trailer for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part One debuted during tonight's MTV Movie Awards, and of course we have your hookup as to how to see it. The IMDb is presenting the trailer and is also home to a comprehensive and interactive special Breaking Dawn section on the site.
It was always a foregone conclusion that the first clip from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part One would be shown at the upcoming 2011 MTV Movie Awards, and to help build anticipation, the network has released a sneak peek of what's on tap for fans this coming Sunday.
Millions of screaming tweeners have reached (or are reaching) the point of adulthood, and with them comes the end of The Twilight Saga. Well almost. There are two parts left, and today the teaser poster for the first slipped online. 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.
As we told you yesterday, there are four new Frankenstein films on the way from Ghost House Pictures, Summit, Universal, and Columbia. Now it looks like Summit is pulling ahead of the pack as it's just signed both a writer and a director for its adaptation of Kenneth Oppel's novel This Dark Endeavor: The Apprenticeship of Victor Frankenstein.
Ghost House & Universal Diving into Two New Frankenstein Projects; Summit & Columbia Working on Two More!
As a confirmed and proud Frankenstein fanatic, it always warms my heart when more tellings of the legendary tale go into production. Such is the case with the upcoming adaptations of the Peter Ackroyd novel The Casebook of Victor Frankenstein and the Kenneth Oppel novel This Dark Endeavor: The Apprenticeship of Victor Frankenstein.
We've been talking about Summit Entertainment's Vlad for over a year now, and finally director Anthony Mandler has given a bite-sized update for eager fans waiting to see Dracula once again on the big screen. The only catch? We're not getting Dracula.
No, not The Rock. We mean the rock. As in the wedding ring. In retrospect this kind of reminds us of why you shouldn't eat blue berries, yet it's fine to eat blueberries. Kinda makes the old noggin hurt. 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. Synopsis: