One of the more intriguing films that came out of Sundance this year is without question The Voices, which stars Ryan Reynolds and talking animals. Yes. Talking animals. And Ryan Reynolds. Are you sold? Because we're sold.
One of the more intriguing films coming out of Sundance this year is without question The Voices, which stars Ryan Reynolds and talking animals. If you've been wondering when you'll be able to see it, we have some good news for ya!
One of the more intriguing films coming out of Sundance this year is without question The Voices, which stars Ryan Reynolds and talking animals. Fresh off its premiere at the festival, we've got the first piece of teaser art for ya today.
Don't know how we missed this one, but better late than never, right? In any event back in April both Gemma Arterton and Anna Kendrick joined the cast of The Voices. Maybe said voices should speak up a bit next time!
Quite often we sit around looking at our pets and wondering just what the hell they're thinking in their tiny little minds. If only they could speak. Here's the catch... what if they could be heard and were evil? Ryan Reynolds may be finding out for himself soon enough!
Pets. Sometimes you look at them and wonder to yourself just what the hell they could be thinking. What if you could tune in? What if you could hear every word? In The Voices these cats and dogs are thinking about a lot more than just Beggin' Strips and milk rings.
Given the success of movies like Paranormal Activity and Insidious, Hollywood is finally catching on to the fact that you don't need a huge budget to make a good movie. Yeah, and the box office dollars don't hurt either!
Heard from Dave Kajganich, the writer of the upcoming theatrical remake of Stephen King's IT, recently, and he was kind enough to give us an update on how this massive story is being streamlined into one film.
Warner Bros. isn't clowning around on the remake front as it is sending everyone's favorite clown Pennywise back into the spotlight for a theatrical redux of Stephen King's novel IT to be produced by Lin Pictures and Vertigo Entertainment.
Roy Lee and Vertigo Entertainment continue to branch out from their Asian horror remake roots with a new thriller called The Mountain, according to Variety. Working with Legendary Pictures and Written Pictures, they’ve tapped Malice in Wonderland scribe Jayson Rothwell to pen the script.
It annoys the shit out of me when a film is announced in the trades but nothing’s said about what it actually will be about. Take the story on The Colony in this morning’s Variety; a long list of genre names is attached to it, but all we know is that it’s an eco-horror tale.
I guess it was inevitable that a remake of the popular Japanese film Death Note (review) would happen; even more inevitable that Vertigo Films would be involved. So color me unsurprised on all counts!
We knew it was only a matter of time before the Filipino horror hit Sigaw would find its way into the hands of remakers, and of course the primary force behind it is Vertigo Entertainment.