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The (almost) final weekend box office numbers are in, confirming our earlier report that David R. Ellis' The Final Destination had emerged as the champ in its battle against Rob Zombie's Halloween II. The numbers? $28.3 million (a whopping $9,079 per screen) for TFD (no doubt benefiting from its 3D price bump) and $17.4 million (a much smaller average of $5,754) for H2.
In what seems like a reaction to Halloween II coming in third at the box office this weekend, Bob Weinstein has announced to the LA Times that a new sequel is already on the way. One that is free of Rob Zombie and to be shot in 3D.
A fourth clip from Rob Zombie's Halloween II just hit online today featuring a real family reunion of sorts between mother and both iterations of son.
For a while it looked like the movie adaptation of Stephen King's Cell had gone to development hell to die, but today brings word that the project has been given a new lease on life ... as a television miniseries.
The Weinsteins have released the first official synopsis for Rob Zombie's Halloween 2, and in it they talk about an "an unlikely new hero". As long as it isn't Busta Rhymes I'll be really happy. Dig it!
Well, well. All I can say is, "It's about damn time!" It looks like the John Hillcoat-helmed The Road based on Cormac McCarthy's Pulitzer Prize winning novel of the same name finally has a firm release date.
In celebration of the May 19th DVD release of Outlander (review), we've scored you guys the official DVD trailer. Why? Because you're so damned lovable, that's why!
We learned last month that filming of Alexandre Aja's 3D take on the classic (to some of us) Piranha wouldn't be taking place until weather conditions permitted, and it looks like spring has sprung!
IGN got the early word on the special features that'll be found on the Outlander DVD when it hits video store shelves. Genius Products and The Weinstein Company are releasing the film, described by some as "Beowulf meets Predator", this coming May 19, 2009.
All right, this is just weird but it’s one of those things that I feel like if we ignore, we’ll be the only ones not talking about it. A scooper dropped us a line today with intel that Kevin Williamson is on board to write not just one, but three new Scream films, rebooting the franchise with a whole new trilogy.
This Tuesday will see the release of Dorothy Mills, a movie we’ve been hearing bits and pieces about for a while now. It follows a psychiatrist who is sent to a small village to try and help the titular teenager, who has been accused of trying to strangle a baby. When she gets there she finds out that there’s a lot more to Dorothy Mills than anyone believes.
Fans who are waiting patiently for the next cool 3D remake are sadly going to have to wait a lot longer as Dimension Films announced today that they have bumped the release date of Alexandre Aja's Piranha 3D all the way to March 19, 2010.
Over on Rob Zombie’s MySpace page, the man has posted the first sculpts from effects man Wayne Toth of the new Michael Myers mask for his Halloween 2, one of which you can see on your right.
For those of you who had maybe partially, out of the corner of your eye, been looking forward to Halloween 2 since the guys behind Inside were being circled to handle it, please return to your regularly scheduled angst; Variety has confirmed th
It's been a while since we heard much about Pulse 3, the Joel Soisson-helmed second sequel to the American remake nobody asked for. But since the DVD drops in just a few weeks -- December 23rd to be exact -- Genius Products and The Weinstein Company have released the box art for the disc along with a couple of choice stills.