In the latest Underworld installment audiences were introduced to the young vampire/lycan hybrid named Eve played by up-and-coming actress India Eisley, whose very existence has world-changing implications for both of the warring species.
You know what's weird? News of this flick's release comes across our desks and our first thoughts are, "Oh, yeah! There was a fourth Underworld flick, wasn't there?" In any event, read on for the initial details.
Kate Beckinsale in fetish wear drops from ceilings. Super-powered teens go all Columbine. Ghosts terrorize Harry Potter. Liam Neeson beats the crap out of wolves. Movie endings confound. Viewer mail confounds even more so. Plus, film snob douchbaggery, two-headed sharks, men on ledges, and much, much more. Yep. A new edition of DFF is being served.
Harry Potter & the House of Hammer Battles The Adventures of Super Carrie for Box Office Championship
At the time of my writing this box office report, we still don’t know how close the score will be in the big game between the New England Patriots and “the New York football Giants” (as Howard Cosell used to call them), but at the movie Super Bowl this weekend, a one-point difference is about all that separated The Woman in Black and Chronicle for the box office championship.
Dread Central recently caught up with writer/producer/franchise creator Len Wiseman, who graciously took a few moments out from working on his director's cut of Total Recall to chat with us about Underworld: Awakening (review here), the latest entry in the series that began back in 2003 with a then up-and-coming Wiseman at the helm.
Underworld continues to be one of the most inexplicable franchises out there – like the Resident Evil movies – in that the films in the series are not highly regarded, nothing about the films has achieved any real notoriety within th
On a frigid (well, frigid by California standards) Thursday evening, January 19th, Dread Central headed to Hollywood for the black carpet premiere of Underworld: Awakening, which was held in front of the legendary Grauman's Chinese Theater.
Thus far in the Underworld franchise every sequel has managed to top whatever has come before it. Things like that don't happen very often. So the question beckons... does Underworld: Awakening follow suit? We've got your verdict right here!
Just yesterday we brought you guys a fun bunch of soundbites for this Friday's major horror release, Underworld: Awakening, and now we've got a load of behind-the-scenes footage and B-roll to drop on you. Dig it!
Strap in, kids! We've got a gaggle of soundbites on tap for you in support of the next flick in the Underworld franchise, Underworld: Awakening, with all of the cast and crew you care about. How much is a "gaggle" anyway?
Now don't get us wrong; we're big fans of seeing Kate Beckinsale in a skin-tight leather catsuit, but for once can't we have something that slightly differs from the "look at Selene from every conceivable angle" formula? If this latest artwork is any indication, we guess not!
In case you haven't noticed, and we'd be stymied if you haven't, clips from Underworld: Awakening have been popping up everywhere. It's been a bit rough to keep track of 'em all, but nevertheless, we now have every single one right here in one nifty place. Dig 'em!
Yep. Another twelve hours have passed, and you know what that means: yet another Underworld: Awakening clip. At this point we've officially decided to stop watching them, if only to save something for theatres. However, if you don't care ... have at it!