The Last Witch Hunter
We hope you're ready, kids, because you're about to get a new news story like every five minutes or so until we're done with this madness. Next out of the gate from AFM, which kicked off this morning, is the sales art for Vin Diesel's The Last Witch Hunter.
Some quick news has come in for Summit Entertainment's The Last Witch Hunter. The film has found its director in Breck Eisner (The Crazies), and it looks like Vin Diesel is indeed in talks for the title role.
Some possible casting news is coming in from The Wrap (who's been less than reliable lately so take this for what it's worth). Apparently Summit Entertainment has its eye on everyone's favorite fast and furious actor to take the lead in a new movie.
Witches and witchcraft seem to be getting a lot of play lately in terms of upcoming projects. Makes sense, too, with studios like Summit Entertainment carving out quite the niche for themselves with the tweener market.
When we first watched Night Watch, we knew then that director Timur Bekmambetov was someone to keep our eyes on. It just took a little while for the rest of the world to catch up, but now that they have ... wow, this dude's plate is FULL! Speaking of which ...
Looking to get the scoopage on Summit Entertainment's upcoming flick The Last Witch Hunter, which is being produced by visionary filmmaker Timur Bekmambetov? Of course you are! Witches are a hair away from being as hyped as vampires and werewolves in good old Hollyweird right now!
Ever since vampires struck Hollywood gold with Twilight, there's been a mad dash to try and identify the next big thing. With two similarly themed films on the way (the other being Tommy Wirkola's Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters), it looks as if those wicked witches are getting their spot in the sun!