Our fearless Uncle Creepy just phoned in from the heart of Comic Con with an exclusive about Shane Acker's animated flick, 9, so keep reading for the scoop!
We've seen a lot of product tie-ins to films over the years, but the new limited edition 9 shoe from Pony is nothing if not inspired ... and extremely creative.
Leading up to the 9/9/09 release of 9 directed by Shane Acker, Focus Features has provided Dread Central with two new stills that give us an indication of the kind of mayhem our nine survivors are going to be facing in the film.
So far, with regard to the upcoming animated film 9, we've met two characters: the beast known as The Seamstress and the good gal adventuress known as "7", voiced by Jennifer Connelly. Now Focus Features has released images of the remaining eight stitchpunk beings who comprise the titular "9".
Thanks to Focus Features, we're pleased to present Dread Central's second exclusive image from director Shane Acker's upcoming film 9: The character "7", who is voiced by Oscar winner Jennifer Connelly.
Still not sure what to think about that new animated post-apocalyptic flick 9? One thing's for sure: Focus Features is pulling out all the stops in terms of back-story for the characters. This week they've launched a new website for The Scientist.
We're all waiting patiently for September to roll around, which brings with it the release of Focus Features' animated fantasy, 9. In the meantime, we've got a look at the final one sheet and a host of promotional material that should tide you over until the Shane Acker directed fantasy goes into limited release on September 9, 2009.
Throughout the summer we'll be teaming up with Focus Features and their upcoming film 9 from director Shane Acker to provide exclusive imagery to the readers of Dread Central. First up: The Seamstress, one of the most advanced, subversive, and terrifying beasts in 9.
Considering that one of its producers is Timur (Night/Day Watch) Bekmambetov, it should come as no surprise that a Russian poster has surfaced for the post-apocalyptic animated feature 9.
I know I’m about as sick as I can be of Tim Burton and his works, one of the reasons I’m not looking forward to Alice in Wonderland, but in this case he only served as a producer, alongside Night/Day Watch helmer Timur Bekmambetov, and the result is more than worth paying attention to.
There was a movie about a decade ago called Hijacking Hollywood that featured a movie-within-a-movie that was a soulless, megabudget, Hollywood special effects extravaganza version of Moby Dick. Now here we are ten years later and that in-joke is about to become a reality.
Timur Bekmambetov, the talented fellow who brought us the Russian awesomeness known as Night Watch and Day Watch, may not be returning to round out the series.
Imagine it; you're fresh back from fighting the Crusades, and all you want to do is chill at home and maybe hang with some ladies for a while. Then a damn vampire army has to show up and muck things up. See, this is why I hate bloodsuckers.
Starring Konstantin Khabensky, Mariya Poroshina, Galina Tyunina, Viktor Verzhbitsky, Dmitri Martynov Directed by Timur Bekmambetov Distributed by Fox Home Entertainment