To get you all hot and bothered for the big screen adaptation of Jonah Hex, Warner Premiere Digital has released not one but two previews of their upcoming motion comic for you to peruse.
Despite numerous behind-the-scenes rumblings that it quite possibly wouldn't happen, today Warner Bros. released the trailer for its upcoming Jonah Hex. It's still not clear how "supernatural" this Western will actually be, but we'll find out when the film opens wide on June 18, 2010.
The synopsis for Jimmy Hayward's upcoming Jonah Hex talks about hell being unleashed on earth, and today the powers-that-be unleashed a new poster for the flick featuring, of course, Megan Fox's "attributes" -- despite the fact we keep hearing she only plays a very small role. Big surprise, right?
Though a trailer is still nowhere to be found, Syfy debuted the first ever footage from Jonah Hex, and we've got it here for you packing a satchel full of soon-to-be hot lead!
While most folks are obsessed with focusing on Megan Fox around these parts, a good look at a scarred and scary avenger piques much more attention than just another pretty face. And, man, do we have a good look at Josh Brolin as Jonah Hex for you!
Things have been deathly quiet out of the Jonah Hex camp so far this year -- our last update was in early January to be exact. And if Brent Hinds, the guitarist and singer of Mastodon, which has been recording and rerecording the film's soundtrack since last fall, is correct, things might be staying that way for a while.
Clash of the Titans has been #1 at the box office for two weeks running, but as all you loyal readers know, no film is ever really successful until Trembles puts his stamp on it.
With the April 30th release date of the highly anticipated remake of the Wes Craven classic A Nightmare on Elm Street coming up on us fast, we figured there'd be no better way to celebrate the arrival of the return of everyone's favorite razor-fingered boogeyman than by giving away a prize package to dream about!
Now we've heard some crazy casting rumors during the time we've been running Dread Central, but today's may just take the cake. What do model, musician, and actor Adam Bertrand; High School Musical alum Ashley Tisdale; and singing sensation Lady Gaga have in common? Read on to find out!
Is it weird that the entire time I've been readying myself to write this story I've been singing the title aloud to the tune of The Beatles song "All You Need Is Love"? I just can't stop either. See? I bet you're doing it now. Yep, just try and stop.
There's only one giant-sized movie tearing up the screens at your cinemas this weekend, and that's Louis Leterrier's remake of the monster driven classic Clash of the Titans. We've got the lowdown on whether you should honor the gods at the box office or save your cash for that golden mechanical owl you've always wanted!
With one of the best ensemble casts we've ever seen, master plot weaver Steven Soderbergh's Contagion is shaping up to be "the" deadly viral outbreak film of the decade, and we no longer have to wonder who's playing whom as Scott Z. Burns' Contagion script has gotten out. Along with the character breakdown, a few other details have emerged as well.
And so the marketing blitz behind the remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street begins. Looks like these guys are spending a hefty chunk of change - presumably in an attempt to replicate the Friday the 13th remake's opening weekend numbers. Will you be duped again? Check out these teasers and make up your own mind.
Graphic novels (or in this case Japanese manga) have been the single most popular bits of source material for Hollyweird these past few years, and the trend shows no signs of slowing down. Not just content with having a big screen version of Akira on the way, the house of the bunny has another trick up its sleeve!
Warner Brothers has definitely opened up the floodgates in anticipation of the April 2nd premiere of Clash of the Titans. Along with the first clip and over 40 stills revealed already this week, they've unleashed an additional 10 clips that are filled to brim with exactly the kind of monster mayhem we've been hoping for.