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Paramount has become one of the friendliest studios to the horror genre over the past several years by taking chances on movies others wouldn't touch. Next up for them? A little movie called Attach. Read on for details.
According to THR, Paramount has nabbed writer-director Chris Gorak's sci-fi spec script Attach. Gorak, a longtime production designer who segued to the director's chair for the 2006 thriller Right at Your Door, also will direct Attach. Adam Schroeder (Chronicle) is producing.
Plot details are being kept under wraps, but it is described as in a similar vein as Chronicle in that it is a big visual concept with a young cast at the center of it. Look for more on this one as we get it!
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- Uncle Creepy
Chronicle's Adam Schroeder is producing. While no story details were given, it is said to be in the same vein as Chronicle, centering on a big visual concept with a young cast at its core. The pitch also included a visual test reel that Chris Gorak directed.
Chris Gorak started his career as an art director and production designer for films such as Tombstone, Fight Club, Minority Report and Lords of Dogtown. He made his feature directorial debut with the 2006 thriller Right at Your Door, which he followed up with 2011's The Darkest Hour. »
William Fichtner plays Eric Sachs, the man who becomes Shredder in the upcoming "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" reboot. Fichtner confirmed neither Bebop and Rocksteady will appear in the reboot, and recently spoke about his villainous role:
"What I read about Eric Sachs in the script was great, and then how the character has been moulded and changed when we started filming has become something really quite remarkable in terms of what we’ve seen before of the character." [Source: The Hollywood News]
Instead, he says he is concentrating on finishing the sixth season of "Sons of Anarchy" before seeing family in the UK, then filming Guillermo del Toro's "Crimson Peak" before shooting the seventh and final season of 'Sons'. »
- Garth Franklin
Paramount has nabbed writer-director Chris Gorak's sci-fi spec script Attach. Gorak, a longtime production designer who segued to the director's chair for the 2006 thriller Right at Your Door, also will direct Attach. Adam Schroeder (Chronicle) is producing. Photos: 15 Horror Movies That Offered the Most Bang for the Buck The script came with a visual test that Gorak directed and sparked a bidding war, with multiple studios involved. Plot details are being kept under wraps, but it is described as in a similar vein as Chronicle in that it is a big visual concept with a young cast at
- Tatiana Siegel
According to The Hollywood Reporter , Paramount has won out in a heated bidding war for director Chris Gorak's ( The Darkest Hour ) new spec script titled "Attach." Chronicle producer Adam Schroeder will produce the film which, despite being kept under wraps, is described as in "a similar vein as Chronicle in that it is a big visual concept with a young cast at the center of it." It's also reported that the pitch included a visual test for the film, which sparked the bidding war. Check back here for more details on the project as we learn them. (Photo credit: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) »
An Incredible Mess: Todd Berger’s Apocalypse a Hilarious Gas
The end of days have never looked like a better time to spend with friends than they do in director Todd Berger’s latest film, a gleeful exploration of morbidity, It’s a Disaster. Obviously made on a scanty budget, this one setting comedic extravaganza seems all the better for its tight containment, featuring an exciting concept, a hellaciously dynamite screenplay, and a group of talented actors all obviously having a good time—you’ll wish, as they do, that an end weren’t in sight.
Four couples are about to converge for a semi-regular couples brunch at the home of Pete and Emma (Blaise Miller and Erinn Hayes). While nearly all of them have been friends for years, the Debbie Downer of the bunch, Tracy (Julia Stiles) is bringing her recent boyfriend, Glenn (David Cross), to meet her friends for the first time. »
- Nicholas Bell
Playing like a comedic response to Chris Gorak's 2006 indie disaster fave Right At Your Door, director Todd Berger's It's A Disaster drops a regular brunch date between friends into the end of the world. With a talented cast including David Cross, Julia Stiles and America Ferrera this one is available on VOD right now with a limited theatrical run due to start on April 12. And we've got an exclusive clip to entice your attendance ... Eight friends meet for their monthly "couples brunch." But what starts as an impromptu therapy session / airing of domestic grievances takes a sudden, catastrophic turn when the city falls victim to a mysterious attack. Trapped in the house and unsure of their fates, these seemingly normal people...
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7 items from 2013
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