Archive for February 3, 2012
James Bond (Daniel Craig) will facing dark secret’s of his boss M’s (Judi Dench) past in the 23rd James Bond flick, Skyfall, while a fair-skinned princess (Kristen Stewart) will team with a rough-and-rugged hunter (Chris Hemsworth) and his band of warrior dwarves to battle an evil sorceress (Charlize Theron) in Snow White and the Huntsman, the medieval fantasy re-imagining of the classic fairy tale.
Today we have new photos of Daniel Craig filming an action scene on the Skyfall set, as well as two new official SWATH (gotta love that acronym) images, which depict Theron’s evil queen doing a beauty check, as well as a first good look at the re-imagined version of Prince Charming, as portrayed by Pirates of the Caribbean 4 star Sam Claflin.
Check out the gallery of new Skyfall and Snow White and the Huntsman images below:
Following a temporary production shutdown in 2011, the third installment in the Chronicles of Riddick series – which Universal is now officially referring to as simply Riddick – has begun filming once again. Vin Diesel is back in black (goggles) as the titular ex-convict with augmented vision, and has been treating fans with set photos that feature the actor in costume, on the sci-fi action/thriller threequel’s set.
Today, we have two additional images of Diesel, striking poses on the Riddick set – along with the film’s official plot synopsis and complete cast list (via Universal Pictures’ press release).
Read on for the studio-sanctioned description of the Riddick storyline:
The infamous Riddick has been left for dead on a sun-scorched planet that appears to be lifeless. Soon, however, he finds himself fighting for survival against alien predators ...
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Screen Rant’s Kofi Outlaw Reviews The Woman in Black
When widower lawyer Arthur Kipps (Radcliffe) is dispatched to the east coast town of Crythin Gifford to settle the affairs of the late Mrs. Alice Drablow, he goes knowing the task is his last chance to prove to his boss that grief hasn’t crippled his ability to work. It’s that same perseverance that keeps Arthur going when he begins to notice the trend of strange occurrences happening in and around Crythin Gifford: children locked in their houses like prisoners, townspeople treating him as if he ...
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A Sam Raimi-approved Evil Dead remake is coming, whether fans like it or not. This particular recycling of a beloved cult classic is very much embracing Hollywood’s “darker and grittier” remake creed, by abandoning the mix of over-the-top gore and Three Stooges-style comedy from Raimi’s original film(s), in favor of a dead-serious supernatural horror flick, with Ichi the Killer levels of violence.
Today, we have news about the film’s male lead role (who is not Ash) being filled, along with a “set photo” released by the new Evil Dead‘s director, Fede Alvarez, which shows off “the path to hell” in the movie.
Variety has the scoop on Shiloh Fernandez landing the male lead role in the new Evil Dead. He’ll be playing the part of David, a young man who attempts to wean his ...
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You may or not have thought that Insidious was the scariest movie of last year (I certainly did), but after earning nearly $100 million on a measly $1.5 million budget, there’s no denying that it was one of the most profitable.
Second only to the ridiculously successful Paranormal Activity 3 (which earned over $200 million worldwide), director James Wan’s throwback horror film was a big hit with audiences and immediately spurred conversation about a possible sequel.
Last summer, Insidious producer Jason Blum briefly talked about a sequel, but said that the creative team (Wan and writer Leigh Whannell) would only be interested if they could come with a story worth telling. Now it looks like the pair may indeed be back for Insidious 2.