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Warning: contains very mild spoilers for Daredevil.
Charlie Cox - you either know him as Daredevil’s brooding lawyer/vigilante Matt Murdock, Boardwalk Empire’s Ira volunteer Owen Sleater, and/or Tristan Thorn from the criminally underrated family film Stardust.
Here’s the interview in full…
I was here yesterday for the Avengers interviews, have you had a chance to see the new movie yet?
Not yet, I’m very excited to. Is it good?
It’s very good. And because I’ve been watching that, and binging Daredevil at a similar time, I was wondering if you think »
Director James Wan and his Conjuring scripters Carey & Chad Hayes are teaming for a remake of Sidney J. Furie’s frightening, 1982 based on a true story horror, The Entity. Wan will produce with Roy Lee (The Ring, Poltergeist 2015) for New Line, while the Hayes write a new version of the film, about a…
- Samuel Zimmerman
Though his spectacular work behind the camera on Furious 7 is sure to send countless blockbuster offers across his desk, James Wan is still keeping true to his bloodcurdling origins. The Insidious helmer will produce a remake of 1980s horror pic The Entity with the same creative team behind his 2013 horror hit The Conjuring.
Chad and Carey Hayes, who scripted The Conjuring and are also set to reteam with Wan in the same capacity when he directs next year’s The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist, will write the screenplay, working from novelist Frank De Felitta’s original script. Roy Lee, a major player in the horror world, is also attached as a producer.
The original Entity starred Barbara Hershey as Carla Moran, a single mother who was reportedly assaulted, both physically and sexually, by a supernatural presence. Ron Silver also starred as a doctor who believed Moran was abusing »
- Isaac Feldberg
Rome — Italian director with Hollywood credentials Gabriele Muccino (“The Pursuit of Happyness,” “Seven Pounds”) is set to shoot “Summertime,” an ensemble coming-of-age/road movie set in Rome, San Francisco, New Orleans and Cuba “about four youths in that unique unrepeatable formative phase after high school, before college, during which they crack the shell of adolescence,” he said.
For the four main roles in this mostly English-language pic, Muccino has cast Matilda Lutz, the emerging Italian actress who will play the lead in the next chapter in the “Ring” franchise; locally hot Italian TV actor Brando Pacitto (“Braccialetti Rossi”); and young U.S. actors Joseph Haro (“Glee,” “Welcome to the Family”) and Taylor Frey (“Gossip Girl,” G.B.F.).
- Nick Vivarelli
We learned at the tail end of last year that Gore Verbinski (The Ring) is returning to horror with a film titled A Cure for Wellness, and at the time we promised we’d have more info real soon. That day… Continue Reading →
The post Gore Verbinski Finds A Cure for Wellness; First Casting Details appeared first on Dread Central. »
- John Squires
There was a time before The Lone Ranger and Pirates of the Caribbean when Gore Verbinski was known not as Disney’s go-to director for big-budget bores, but rather as the exciting helmer behind excellent horror remake The Ring. Now, he’s attempting to regain some of that credibility by taking on a small-scale supernatural horror pic at New Regency called A Cure for Wellness, and to aid him in that pursuit, Verbinski is calling on the talents of Kill Your Darlings star Dane DeHaan and on-the-rise actress Mia Goth.
DeHaan will star as a man who is sent to Europe in order to retrieve his boss from a “wellness spa,” only to become trapped in the facility and realize that its staff members have a far more nefarious goal than simply improving the health of their patients.
Goth, meanwhile, is in negotiations to take on the supporting role of »
- Isaac Feldberg
The pair will both star in Gore Verbinski's new horror film, The Hollywood Reporter reveals.
The film tells the story of a company employee (DeHaan), who is tasked with rescuing his boss from a sinister "wellness spa".
Goth will play a patient, who is unaware of the spa's malevolent practices.
Another American Horror Story alumnus has checked into the upcoming season of FX's enduring horror anthology series, a Suspiria-inspired TV series is in the works, and Dane DeHaan and Mia Goth will play the lead roles in A Cure for Wellness, Gore Verbinsk's return to horror.
American Horror Story: Hotel: Showrunner Ryan Murphy revealed via Twitter today that Kathy Bates will be "running the Hotel" in FX's American Horror Story: Hotel, the fifth chapter of the horror anthology series. Bates is no stranger to Murphy's show, having played Marie Delphine Lalaurie in American Horror Story: Coven and Ethel Darling in American Horror Story: Freak Show.
Bates joins a cast that includes Lady Gaga, Matt Bomer, Cheyenne Jackson, Wes Bentley, and Chloë Sevigny. American Horror Story: Hotel is expected to debut this fall, and it will be the first season without the phenomenal Jessica Lange in the cast. »
- Derek Anderson
You might think with seaweed wraps, soothing sounds, luxurious environs, and a regimen of pampering and care, a spa would be the most unlikely setting for a horror movie. Perhaps that's what makes the idea behind Gore Verbinski's next film so perfect. Read More: Steve Carell May Be A 'Nuisance' For Gore Verbinski THR reports that Dane DeHaan and "Nymphomaniac" star Mia Goth will pair up for "A Cure For Wellness." Penned by Justin Haythe ("Revolutionary Road," "The Lone Ranger"), the story follows a young man sent to rescue his boss from the sinister doings of a "wellness spa," only to wind up trapped as well. Yikes. Never has exfoliating been more terrifying. This sounds like a interesting move for Verbinski, away from bloated blockbusters to something more in line with his leaner genre roots and films like "The Ring," "The Mexican," and "The Weather Man." Production starts this summer and you'll see it. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Following the first three films in "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise along with "Rango" and "The Lone Ranger," filmmaker Gore Verbinski is returning to the horror genre which he previously dabbled in to great results with 2002's "The Ring".
Verbinski has reportedly cast Dane DeHaan and Mia Goth as the two leads in his upcoming supernatural horror tale "A Cure for Wellness" at New Regency. "Revolutionary Road" scribe Justin Haythe is writing the script.
DeHaan plays an employee who is sent to rescue his boss from a European 'wellness spa' but soon realizes he's trapped. He discovers that the facility has a more sinister purpose than just serving the health needs of its patients.
Goth would play a longtime patient who is oblivious to the spa director's dark designs for her. Filming on the project is slated to start in Europe in June.
Source: Heat Vision »
- Garth Franklin
While filmmaker Gore Verbinski is probably best known for helming the initial Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy (those sequels are masterpieces compared to On Stranger Tides), he began as a sort of journeyman director with Mousehunt and The Mexican before hitting it big with The Ring. The 2002 film was a box office smash and scared the hell out of yours truly, and now the filmmaker is poised to return to the horror genre for the first time in over a decade. [caption id="attachment_299097" align="alignright" width="360"] Image via Sony Pictures[/caption] We’ve known about A Cure for Wellness as a Verbinski project since last fall, but it is now firmed up as the filmmaker’s next movie as THR reports that Dane DeHaan and Mia Goth (Nymphomaniac) are set to star. Scripted by Justin Haythe (Revolutionary Road), the New Regency film tells the story of an employee (DeHaan) who is sent to rescue his »
- Adam Chitwood
Though Gore Verbinski has become known for utterly gargantuan blockbusters in the forms of the Pirates of the Caribbean series and The Lone Ranger, The Ring remains his most gripping work. With a grasp on both stellar visual style and existential dread, Verbinski brought real fright to the 2002 film. So it’s cause for excitement he’ll return to horror…
- Samuel Zimmerman
It’s been a few years since Gore Verbinski tackled full-on horror with The Ring. Since then, he’s mostly had to deal with skeletal buccaneers and other seagoing creatures in the Pirates franchise and the supernatural trappings of The Lone Ranger. But he’s looking to dig back into terrifying territory with A Cure For Wellness and has hired Dane DeHaan and Mia Goth to star.Revolutionary Road’s Justin Haythe – who worked with Verbinski on Ranger – is on script duty for this one, which focuses on a young man (DeHaan) sent to fetch his boss from a therapeutic institute nestled in the Swiss Alps. But while he’s there, his boss disappears and he has to extend his stay at the place. Which is when he realises he’s actually trapped and starts to uncover the dark secrets lurking around the hallways. Verbinski is a producer on this »
It may have only been released in August of last year, but survival horror game Five Nights at Freddy's has racked up quite the fan base, praising it's simplistic design, non traditional storytelling, and ability to wring genuine paranoia and scares from a genre that has seriously gone down hill as of late. It has also given way to countless Let's Play videos, two sequels (again, the first one was only released last Summer), and now, the big screen beckons with Warner Bros. picking up the rights for a feature adaption, with Roy Lee (The Ring, the upcoming Poltergeist remake), Seth Grahame-Smith (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter), and David Katzenberg (the soon to be shooting remake of Stephen King's It) in line to produce. The game puts you into the shoes of the night security guard at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, a darker version of Chuck E. Cheese, and the aim is »
- email@example.com (Tom White)
Five Nights At Freddy’S has been one of the biggest successes of independent gaming. The horror game sees players take on the role of a security guard at a children’s themed restaurant. While there they must check security footage and protect themselves from evil animatronics that wish to turn the player into one of their own kind. With a simple set-up, not much movement, increasing sense of dread, and insane jump scares, the game has provided players with endless hours of enjoyment as they force friends to play and record their reactions.
Now, as with all great successes, the concept is heading to Hollywood under the watchful eye of Warner Bros. Producing the effort will be Roy Lee, Seth Grahame-Smith, and David Katzenberg. Lee has produced hit animated films such as How To Train Your Dragon 2 and The Lego Movie, while his involvement with horror has spanned »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
The Hollywood Reporter brings word that the popular video game series Five Nights at Freddy’s has been picked up by Warner Bros. for a feature adaptation with Roy Lee (Poltergeist, The Ring) of Vertigo Entertainment as well as Seth Grahame-Smith (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter) and David Katzenberg (Stephen King’s It) of KatzSmith Productions set to produce.…
The post Warner Bros. Picks Up Five Nights at Freddy’s for Feature Adaptation appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »
- Spencer Perry
Carrigan is the only chance for Eric and Amy Bowen (Sam Rockwell and Rosemarie DeWitt) to save their young daughter from vengeful spirits.
Poltergeist opens on May 22 in the Us and the UK.
Watch Digital Spy preview this year's blockbusters below: »
Some horror movies go with a "slow-build" approach, and some go for the jugular right off the bat. The unexpected horror hit "It Follows" definitely falls into the latter category, as you can see in the opening scene embedded below (narrated by director David Robert Mitchell). Are you sufficiently unnerved? Good! That's what we're going for here. As the indie horror hit prepares to expand into over 1,600 theaters this weekend, below I've ranked 18 of the most iconic/frightening horror openings of all time from least to most scary. The result is a completely objective list that will remain set in stone for all eternity. Are you ready? Can you handle it? Countdown starts now... 18. "Night of the Living Dead" (1968) "They're coming to get you, Barbara." While I have no doubt that contemporary audiences covered their eyes in fright during the opening sequence of Romero's original "Night of the Living Dead, »
- Chris Eggertsen
The Big Bang Theory star Johnny Galecki has signed on for a lead role in Paramount's horror sequel Rings, which is set 13 years after the events of the studio's 2002 thriller The Ring. In what is described as a massive departure from his role as nerdy scientist Leonard on CBS' The Big Bang Theory, Johnny Galecki is portraying Gabriel, a "handsome, pleasure-seeking professor" who mentors the young couple Julia (Matilda Lutz) and Holt (Alex Roe). Production is already under way on Rings in Atlanta.
The story centers on Holt and Julia, whose relationship begins to deteriorate after Holt watches a mysterious VHS tape. We reported yesterday that the character Aidan Keller from both The Ring and The Ring Two will be back in this sequel as an adult, but it isn't known if David Dorfman, who is now 22 years old, will reprise his role from the first two movies. Aimee Teegarden »
ShockTillYouDrop.com reports that Aidan Keller, played by David Dorfman in both previous films, will return in the new entry with the character now an adult.
- Garth Franklin
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