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This writer attended the world premiere of Lionsgate’s The Last Exorcism last night at the Ford Theatre in Hollywood, CA, and while there chatted with the flick’s producer Eli Roth, who riffed on the Arcade Pictures/Strike Entertainment/Studiocanal production as well as giving us word on the status of the long anticipated feature version of his Grindhouse Thanksgiving trailer. Read on!
Hosted by the Los Angeles Film Festival and Screamfest La, The Last Exorcism opens nationwide on August 27th, and on-hand for the event were director Daniel Stamm, producers Roth, Eric Newman and Marc Abraham, composer Nathan ("True Blood") Barr and cast-members Patrick Fabian, Ashley Bell, Tony Bentley, Irs Bahr, Louis Herthum and Caleb Landry Jones.
“I’m very excited!,” said the very personable Roth of the screening, which, in addition to last night’s audience, was the first time the majority of the cast in attendance had ever seen the completed, »
His next film will reportedly be "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter."
Our first question? Is there room for Johnny Depp?
Burton will produce the film based on Seth Grahame-Smith's mash-up novel by the same name and the author will also write the script. The publisher, Hachette Book Group. has just put a mock trailer version on YouTube.
Grahame-Smith also wrote "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," now a film starring Natalie Portman.
In his newest book, he again mixes history and horror in a retelling of Abraham Lincoln's life, beginning when a young Abe learns his mother was killed by a vampire who looks like John Wilkes Booth, and ending in the Ford Theatre, no doubt.
We haven't read the book yet. But »
3 items from 2010
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