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A new indie horror title is coming to home entertainment theatres. The film is Blood Shed. And, the film's first trailer shows several misfits, trapped in a self-storage facility. The film stars Bai Ling (The Crow), Vida Guerra and Bree Essrig. This title will release on home video formats March 4th, 2014. The film's story involves a community of squatters. Each takes shelter in self-storage units, but a killer is looking for new, dead roommates and a missing child. Few will remain standing when the witching hour comes about. This ghost story has a bloody trailer. The clip is hosted below and the reel introduces several of the film's characters. Horror fans can take a look below. Release Date: March 4th, 2014. Directors: Patrick Hasson and Juan Carlos Saizarbitoria. Writer: Patrick Hasson. Cast: Bai Ling, Vida Guerra, Bree Essrig, Cherie Daly and Jillisa Lynn. The trailer for Blood Shed is here: The »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
The tragic death of actor Paul Walker in a fiery car crash last month came as both a shock and a challenge to Universal. Walker had been filming Fast & Furious 7 alongside the rest of the cast, and his passing came after almost exactly half of his footage for the big-budget sequel was already in the can.
Understandably, the actor’s death has shaken up Fast & Furious 7‘s production schedule, and now star Vin Diesel has announced that the sequel will be shifted from its previous July 11th, 2014, release date to April 10th, 2015. Check out the actor’s Facebook post below:
Post by Vin Diesel.
After Walker’s death, Universal was faced with an unenviable set of choices – write Walker’s lead character Brian O’Conner out of the franchise and start from scratch, cast another actor to play the character, or kibosh the whole series then and there. Given how »
- Isaac Feldberg
In February of 2012, Legendary Pictures pulled the plug on Paradise Lost. It was to be a loose adaptation of John Milton's 17th century poem. Director Alex Proyas ("The Crow") had planned to use the most advanced 3D and motion capture technology to bring the biblical saga to life, but in the end budget concerns were too much to overcome. Legendary, tried numerous times to rework the numbers to get it below $120 million, but it was too daunting a task. At the heart of the issue, was the enormous amount of visual effects that were required for the celestial battles, that involved massive aerial warfare. It would've featured an all-star cast: Bradley Cooper as Lucifer, Benjamin Walker as the archangel Michael, Casey Affleck as Gabriel, Diego Boneta as Adam, Camilla Belle as Eve and Dijmon Hounsou as Abdiel, the Angel of Death. Storyboards by Michael Anthony Jackson Official Synopsis: Lucifer and Michael, »
Production on Fast & Furious 7 has been put on hold ever since the tragic death of lead actor Paul Walker last month. While screenwriter Chris Morgan has been working on a rewrite of the film’s script, the producers are currently contemplating ways that they could potentially continue shooting the movie without the beloved star.
Today, Screen Rant is reporting that according to a source who is close to the production, the producers have approached Cody Walker (seen in the picture above on the left), the stunt double and younger brother of Paul Walker, and have asked him to take over his brother’s role of Brian O’Conner. It should be noted that this supposed source is unnamed and because of that, the story should be taken with a grain of salt until Universal confirms it.
Reportedly, Cody Walker bears a pretty decent resemblance to his late brother, which could allow for a fairly convincing, »
- Alex Greb
Pretty Aussie lass Courtney Eaton, a model turned actress, is set to make her feature film debut in fellow Aussie George Miller’s “Mad Max: Fury Road”. She’ll be keeping her Aussie streak alive by teaming up with another Aussie director in Alex Proyas, for his upcoming epic fantasy flick “Gods of Egypt”. Eaton will star as the film’s female lead opposite Gerard Butler and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. The plot of “Gods of Egypt” is “set in motion when a ruling god named Set (Butler) kills another, Osiris. When Osiris’ son Horus (Coster-Waldau) fails in his attempt at revenge and has his eyed plucked out, it’s up to a young human thief to defeat the mad god Set. Eaton will play a slave girl whom the thief falls for.” Crazy Gods and their crazy shenanigans. “Gods of Egypt” will also star Brenton Thwaites as the young male lead and Geoffrey Rush. »
Lee of course was filming Alex Proyas' 1994 feature "The Crow," based on the cult comic book from a few years earlier. Pre-production is now underway on the reboot with Welsh actor Luke Evans ("The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," "Fast and Furious 6") playing the title role.
Asked by The Metro if he thought the new production was cursed, Evans says he doesn't believe in such things:
"I'm not one of those superstitious people. It is incredibly sad that Brandon died making the movie. He was a very talented actor. It is a very beautiful story, The Crow. It is a very tragic story with huge emotional themes. We plan to tell the story differently and with a lot of »
- Garth Franklin
After the tragic, accidental death of Brandon Lee while shooting the original cult classic The Crow, many fans thought the production itself was cursed. With The Crow remake gearing up to start production, star Luke Evans revealed he doesn't believe in any sort of curses or superstitions.
"I'm not one of those superstitious people. It is incredibly sad that Brandon died making the movie. He was a very talented actor. It is a very beautiful story, The Crow. It is a very tragic story with huge emotional themes. We plan to tell the story differently and with a lot of integrity to the original comic book."
F. Javier Gutiérrez is directing the reboot, from a screenplay by Cliff Dorfman. »
Luke Evans took a quick break from chatting about Smaug's desolation to discuss his starring role in the reboot of "The Crow." It's been in limbo so long that our fishnets have unraveled, and yet -- is it really necessary? Well, Evans is here to assuage our fears, sort of.
Evans told TotalFilm, "The script is brilliant. [Cliff] Dorfman has been writing it, and we're still tweaking it... What we want to do is tell the story and bring parts of the original source material into the film that was not done the first time around... There's an awful lot, and there's characters that were never put in the first movie. We're trying to keep it as true to the original story as possible, »
- Jenni Miller
Little is still known about the upcoming reboot of The Crow from Relativity Media and Dimension Films. We've heard things tossed around such as "re-imagining" and "gritty reboot," but with the film still in pre-production the details are still unavailable. Speaking with Metro UK , actor Luke Evans, who will play the title character in the film, spoke about the tragedy of Brandon Lee, the themes of the movie, as well as saying their film will be very close to the source material. "It is incredibly sad that Brendon died making the movie. He was a very talented actor. It is a very beautiful story, The Crow. It is a very tragic story with huge emotional themes. We plan to tell the story differently and with a lot of integrity to the »
The reboot of The Crow is already one of the most anticipated and yet tentative reboots currently in the works. While the original went on to become a cult classic, its troubled and tragic production (during which lead Brandon Lee was tragically killed on-set) casts a shadow over any future efforts. Which is why all eyes are on Hollywood's hottest leading man, Luke Evans, who has taken up the mantle in preparation of the forthcoming reboot. We spoke to the star in-between chats about The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, about what fans...
- Sam Ashurst
There are some who think The Crow is a cursed production given the subject matter and the deaths of actor Brandon Lee and The Crow: Stairway to Heaven stuntman, Marc Akerstream. But Luke Evans is unfazed by any such rumors. Evans told The Metro, "I’m not one of those superstitious people. It is incredibly sad that Brendon died making the movie. He was a very talented actor. It is a very beautiful story, The Crow. It is a very tragic story with huge emotional themes. We plan to tell the story differently and with a lot of integrity to the original comic book." Evans recent comments concerning the comic book source material are completely different from the statement he made back in May when he said his version would essentially be a remake of the original 1994 Brandon Lee film. Perhaps there's been a change in the script since »
Evans told Metro that he’s not a superstitious person, and that he’s excited to tell the story of The Crow.
‘It is incredibly sad that Brendon died making the movie. He was a very talented actor. It is a very beautiful story, The Crow. It is a very tragic story with huge emotional themes. We plan to tell the story differently and with a lot of integrity to the original comic book.’
The actor also revealed that he actually enjoys putting himself in dangerous situations. While he was living in New Zealand (during the filming of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug) he said that he would “take [his] car and go down to »
- Laura Frances
The Walking Dead‘s Norman Reedus is the latest in a long line to be tipped to appear in The Crow, the reboot-cum-remake of the classic 1994 Brandon Lee vehicle of the same name. With Luke Evans having already been confirmed to star, it looks like Reedus will be taking on one of the film’s villain roles, though it’s uncertain which one he will play. If this remake is anything like the source material though (which means it’ll borrow from James O’Barr’s comic series, too), Reedus will at least have something to sink his teeth into.
The Crow has had something of a troubled production so far, with luminaries from Tom Hiddleston to James McAvoy having negotiated for the main role at one stage or another. It follows a series of sequels (plus that TV series no-one talks about) that haven’t been, to put it kindly, »
- Paul McNamee
In February of 2012, Legendary Pictures pulled the plug on Paradise Lost. It was to be a loose adaptation of John Milton's 17th century poem. Director Alex Proyas ("The Crow") had planned to use the most advanced 3D and motion capture technology to bring the biblical saga to life, but in the end budget concerns were too much to overcome. Legendary, tried numerous times to rework the numbers to get it below $120 million, but it was too daunting a task. At the heart of the issue, was the enormous amount of visual effects that were required for the celestial battles, that involved massive aerial warfare. It would've featured an all-star cast: Bradley Cooper as Lucifer, Benjamin Walker as the archangel Michael, Casey Affleck as Gabriel, Diego Boneta as Adam, Camilla Belle as Eve and Dijmon Hounsou as Abdiel, the Angel of Death. Storyboards by David Russell Official Synopsis: Lucifer and Michael, »
Norman Reedus is rumoured to be up for the Crow remake.
The Walking Dead actor is the top choice for the role of James, according to Schmoes Know.
Reedus was recently revealed to have turned down a role in Tomorrowland.
F Javier Gutierrez will direct the new version of the movie. »
Schmoes Know claims to have an inside scoop from a source that Reedus is the top choice to play the character "James," though it's unclear who that character is. Luke Evans was previously announced to take the lead role of Eric Draven, which was held in the original "The Crow" movie by the late Brandon Lee.
This "The Crow" casting news has not been confirmed by anyone in the movie's camp and thus is just a rumor for the time being. The flick is slated to be a remake adaptation of James O'Barr's 1989 comic book of the same name.
Javier Gutierrez is directing, and production is slated to begin in 2014. It will be interesting to see if this version of »
There hasn't been much news on The Crow remake since Luke Evans signed on to play Eric Draven back in May. Today, we have word that The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus is the top choice for a character named James.
No details were given about the role, and, since there isn't a character named James in both the original James O'Barr comic book and the original 1994 adaptation The Crow, it seems likely that this is a brand new role crafted specifically for the reboot.
F. Javier Gutiérrez is directing from a screenplay by Cliff Dorfman, based on an earlier draft by Alex Tse and Jesse Wigutow. The story follows rock star Eric Draven, who was killed alongside his fiancee. He comes back from the grave to avenge his own death.
The director revealed at Comic-Con 2013 that they were aiming to start production preparations in October, but it isn't »
Schmoes Know is reporting that "The Walking Dead' star Norman Reedus is up for a role in the upcoming reboot of The Crow . The site reports he's the top choice for a role called "James," but it's unknown if this role is for one of Eric Draven's allies or enemies, though it's not as colorful as the antagonist's names in the original film and comic. Check back here for updates on the casting of the film as we learn them. Luke Evans has been cast in the lead role of Eric, who will become The Crow after meeting an untimely demise. Set to be directed by Javier Gutierrez, the film features a script by Cliff Dorfman. Series creator James O'Barr will also work as a consultant on the film, which is said to begin production in 2014. No release date is »
Fans of James O’Barr’s graphic novel and of course Alex Proyas’ cult supernatural revenge adaptation The Crow have been waiting for quite some time for the much-anticipated remake. Originally a project for Juan Carlos Fresnadillo and star Bradley Cooper, a shift in creativity saw both drop out. It was later confirmed Fast & Furious 6 star Luke Evans would take on the role of Eric Draven (previously played by the tragic Brandon Lee) with Before The Fall’s F. Javier Gutiérrez taking the helm.
Well, again things are apparently changing with Evans no longer involved. We’re hearing his origin tale of Bram Stoker’s vicious vamp Dracula Untold is causing possible scheduling conflicts and he’s out. The studio are now said to be eying The Walking Dead‘s Norman Reedus as a replacement. Best known for his current role as Daryl Dixon in the AMC’s hugely successful zombie series, »
- Craig Hunter
The Schmoes' scooper "The Phantom" has struck again, this time bringing us some very exciting info on the upcoming remake (or re-adaptation if you prefer) of The Crow. Last we heard Luke Evans had actually signed on, but it seems as though things didn't work out as according to The Phantom, none other than Daryl fucking Dixon himself, also known as Norman Reedus, is the top choice to play the lead role of "James" in the movie. Now we had been led to believe that this take would once again use the character of Eric Draven from James O'Barr's original graphic novel, but evidently that won't be the case. Apparently there's been no confirmation from Reedus' people, but given The Phantom's track record I wouldn't be against an official announcement soon enough. There's more -- word is the studio were looking at Miss bitey-lip herself, Kristen Stewart, for the »
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