You've been waiting by your computer. Frantically hitting refresh on sites like Variety and The Hollywood Reporter. Finally the news you've been dying for has come -- the parts of Wolf Pack in the Twilight sequel, New Moon, have finally been cast.
We've been telling you about Dana Mennie's directorial debut Dark Moon Rising for a while now, and one of our readers, Rob, found a preliminary trailer for it floating around in cyberspace.
Werewolves are big around these parts. We love the hell out of the big hulking critters. And what better to go with all those teeth and claws than a little bit of Western flavor?
Variety reported last night that Watchmen co-writer David Hayter is definitely filling his plate with a lot of awesome genre goodies.
Per usual, DVD Active got the early word on the special features that'll be found on the Underworld: Rise of the Lycans disc when it hits DVD and Blu-ray on May 12, 2009.
The theatrical version of Ben Templesmith's 30 Days of Night didn't thrill me, but from the first time I heard about his Welcome to Hoxford, I've been intrigued by its premises.
I really don’t get why people are so obsessed with the Twilight sequel, New Moon, especially since the first film was more or less universally slammed for sucking, but we just go with the flow ‘round here most of the time, even if it is confusing.
From the creator of Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers comes the gory prehistoric mutant monster rampage Dire Wolf. Prepare to experience "One Terror B.C."
We’ve got no details whatsoever on this (yet), but according to the official site for First Look Home Entertainment, they’ll be putting both a Steelbook and Blu-ray edition of Neil Marshall’s freshman film, Dog Soldiers, on DVD soon!
In case Nomad's mostly positive Underworld 3: Rise of the Lycans hasn't whet your appetite enough for the vampire vs. werewolf prequel, below are two clips that ought to do the trick.
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Rhona Mitra, Billy Nighy, Michael Sheen, Kevin Grevioux Directed by Patrick Tatopoulos
Wow, it really is becoming the Harry Potter franchise with vampires ... Thompson on Hollywood has learned that both Juan Antonio Bayona (pictured, The Orphanage) and James Mangold (3:10 to Yuma) are eying possibly directing the third movie in the Twilight franchise, Eclipse.
You may recall a while back we gave you a heads up about a new show being produced for the BBC called “Being Human”; the story of a vampire, werewolf and ghost co-habitating in an apartment in London. While the premise sounds ripe for wacky hijinks, the actual execution was smart, funny and engaging.
There isn't a lot of meat to this story since the motion picture in question has only just been announced and details are all but non-existent, but whenever someone decides to make a movie about gladiators in the Roman Colosseum being forced to battle werewolves, that gets a headline in my book.
You know it’s a slow news day when we’re doing stories on who will be in the director’s chair for New Moon, the upcoming Twilight sequel that Catherine Hardwicke recently stepped away from due to creative differences.