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So much for peace inside the prison.
With the premiere of The Walking Dead Season 4 now less than two weeks away, AMC is revving up the promotion game, first releasing photos from the October 13 opener ("30 Days Without an Accident") and now unveiling a new trailer.
It features fresh footage from fall installments, along with the eerie tagline that there's Nowhere to Run. Check it out below:
The Walking Dead Trailer: Season 4 Footage
The Walking Dead Season 4 finds Rick and company fostering a thriving community inside their prison walls, though - as you might expect - that simple way of living won't exactly last very long.
Look for the group's "new way of life [to] be thoroughly tested," according to an AMC press release, while "their struggle to survive has never been so perilous."
In other words: Gulp. »
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By Darren Allison, Soundtrack Editor
Perseverance Records to attend huge soundtrack signing event
Our friend Robin Esterhammer of Perseverance Records will be hosting a signing event at Dark Delicacies of Burbank at 2pm on July 28th. The list of composers is certainly looking impressive and names are still being added.
Confirmed already are: John Debney, Richard M. Sherman (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), Elia Cmiral (The Deaths of Ian Stone, Journey to the End of the Night), Edwin Wendler (Escape), John Massari (The Puppet Master Soundtracks Box, 5 CD box), Brian Ralston (Crooked Arrows), Dennis Dreith (The Punisher, Gag, Creep Van), Craig Safan (Remo Williams, Fade to Black, Circus, Lesser Known Favorites), Donald Rubinstein (Martin, Pollock, Knightriders), Romina Arena (Morricone Uncovered), Peter Bernstein (The Puppet Master Soundtracks Box), Mader (The Wedding Banquet, Cinemusica), Phillip Lambro (Chinatown - The Rejected Score, Crypt of the Living Dead, Murph the Surf, The Film Music of Phillip Lambro), Richard Band (Mutant, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Cinema Retro)
As the game industry has gotten larger, and in some ways more desperate, it’s easy to see why marketers have gone to such lengths to attract the eye of the average consumer. While using celebrities as voice talent has become a standard practice, it’s worth noting that famous people haven’t always been used in such a practical fashion. In fact, for as long as graphical capabilities have allowed us to create sprites actually resembling humans, game makers have found ways to inject celebrities into their works, no matter how out of place they may be.
10. The Rock In Spy Hunter: Nowhere To Run
Nowhere to Run was the third game in a rather lukewarm reboot for the Spy Hunter franchise. The Rock was actually pretty hands-on in terms of his contributions to the game, doing voice work and motion capture in what was to be a tie-in »
- Damien Wilkens
The film adaptation of long-running video game series Spy Hunter has had a hard road to production.
A decade ago, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was set to star, after headlining the 2006 video game Spy Hunter: Nowhere to Run. However, the actor ultimately left the project, moving on to another high-profile, car-centric project in Fast Five (and its upcoming sequel).
Lately, though, Spy Hunter has been inching forward. We’ve already known for a while that Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer is set to direct, but the project had yet to secure a writer and/or leading star. Now, we can scratch at least one of those off the film’s to-do list.
Click to continue reading ‘Spy Hunter’ Movies Gets a Writer »
- Robert Yaniz Jr.
4 items from 2013
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