Fans of "Californication" will be happy to find out that their favorite milf will soon be contending with a lot more than just unleashed libidos and the ever wandering penis of Hank Moody. Madchen Amick has just signed on to co-star in Priest for Screen Gems.
"True Blood" fans are going to get their chance to see one of their favorite small screen vamps in theatres as Bill Compton himself has joined the cast of Priest.
Well before he hit the big time as Eomer in LOTR: The Two Towers and LOTR: Return of the King, Karl Urban caught our eye in a little Kiwi flick called The Irrefutable Truth About Demons. And now it looks like he'll be returning to his horror roots in Screen Gems' Priest as he was cast to play the film's big bad known as Black Hat.
Fans who might be disappointed that the film version of Jonah Hex seems to have dropped most of its supernatural elements can take pleasure in knowing that so far Screen Gems' Priest is very much calling itself a horror-Western. And it shouldn't be lacking in the action department either thanks to today's announcement that Maggie Q has joined the cast.
Need a Western with a little more bite than your average "shoot the dude with the black hat on" premise? How about throwing some zombies into the mix! Yes, that'll do the trick!
Epic Films has jumped on board as international distributor for the latest from The Devil’s Chair (DVD review) director Adam Mason, Blood River, thanks to AFM. You may recall that Blood River’s been out there for a while now but this is the first time it’s been seen by distributors and all went very well.
Been a while since we heard anything from the world of Gallowwalker, the Wesley Snipes zombie cowboy movie. It’s all right, though; absence makes the heart grow fonder, especially when the heart is anticipating a badass zombie movie with western aesthetics, something no one’s been able to pull off quite right yet.
Even though the official site for the Wesley Snipes zombie movie Gallowwalker has been online for months, it was only recently that a very small link appeared on it called “Gallowwalker production stills”. You’ll never guess what’s found if you click on it...
All right, I admit that when it was first announced that Wesley Snipes was going to be in a new film called Gallowwalker playing a character named Kaos, whose nun mother made a deal to keep her son alive with the unfortunate side effect of bringing back to life anyone he killed, I wasn’t excited. In the least.
Wondering just what the hell Wesley Snipes is up to now that he’s permanently given up being the Daywalker? Or are you like me and really don’t give a damn? Either way, Production Weekly found out.