To go along with our earlier announcement today that Hitchcock will be released in limited theaters on November 23rd, we now have a one-sheet for the film to show you!
Been wondering when we might see the Sacha Gervasi-directed Hitchcock, starring Anthony Hopkins in the title role? Well, it's looking like the Friday after Thanksgiving, November 23rd, is the date!
A behind-the-scenes shot of Sir Anthony Hopklins in full makeup as Alfred Hitchcock is here, and it lands smack in the middle territory of the actor looking like the director and well... not so much. Tell us what you think when you check it out!
No one doubts the acting abilities of Sir Anthony Hopkins, and now that the first image of him in full makeup as Alfred Hitchcock has been released, we're even more excited to see him portray the iconic director in the upcoming film Hitchcock. Check it out!
We all love The Karate Kid. No, not the ridiculously long remake that featured Kung-Fu instead of Karate despite its name, we're talking the original, man! Why are we talking about that? Because some interesting Hitchcock casting news has just broken.
Good news for fans anticipating Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho and for journalists tired of writing out that insanely long title ... the flick is officially starting production under the sleeker moniker, Hitchcock. Read on for the details.
Is it possible for the cast of Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho to get even more impressive? Apparently it is. Read on to find out just who's next and whom he'll be portraying!
Who could possibly resist joining the cast of a film about the making of one of the most incredible pieces of horror cinema ever made? I can name four actors off the top of my head who certainly can't!
Not a fan of the recently debuted trailer for the 3D remake of the Tom Holland classic vampire flick Fright Night? Then wait until you sink your teeth into the flick's first teaser one-sheet. Oh, how we miss the hand drawn vampire behind the house. Sigh. Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011. Synopsis
As promised in our recent article Fright Night 3D: Inside the Editing Bay, the trailer for said remake has hit the Internet, and of course we have it for your here in all its glory! Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011. Synopsis
Tom Holland’s Fright Night is not only a modern horror classic, it’s a movie that this writer holds near and dear to her heart. A film I’ve probably seen well over 1,000 times in my lifetime and could list by memory every cast and crew member and quote every line of dialogue until I’m blue in the face.
Two more images have been released from Craig Gillespie's upcoming 3D remake of the Tom Holland classic Fright Night, including the first good shot of David Tennant as not your father's Peter Vincent. Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011. Synopsis
Finally a little vampire action has come our way in the latest still from Craig Gillespie's upcoming 3D remake of the Tom Holland classic Fright Night. Behold the dreaded hickey of doom! Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011. Synopsis
Print media may be on its way out, but you can't declare it legally dead just yet, as evidenced by the appearance of two new stills from Craig Gillespie's upcoming 3D remake of the Tom Holland classic Fright Night in this week's issue of Entertainment Weekly. This time around we get a glimpse Toni Collette along with the film's stars Colin Farrell and Anton Yelchin.
A couple of photos have surfaced of a promotional banner of actor David Tennant (best known to fans all over the globe as Dr. Who) portraying his Peter Vincent character in the upcoming Dreamworks remake of Fright Night. In the original Peter Vincent (portrayed by the iconic Roddy McDowell) was a fallen horror host who reluctantly helps a young Charley Brewster battle his neighbor Jerry Dandridge, who also happens to be a bloodthirsty vampire who torments the teen.