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Sales Art For 'Fangs Of War' Promises Nazis, Vampires, Puns

Sales Art For 'Fangs Of War' Promises Nazis, Vampires, Puns
Fangs of War is now in pre-production. The film re-imagines Bram Stoker's classic during World War II, where the Nazis and Allies vie for control of Count Dracula and his legendary powers. Now the pic has some sales art to accompany its final financing push. The Director of the film Jim Donovan (Provocateur, Pure) with the original screenplay written by up-and-coming, Canadian born Geoffrey Gunn (Siren). Visual effects will be done by in-demand Rocket Science VFX in Toronto (Resident Evil Extinction, Resident Evil Afterlife 3D, Saw 3D, Land Of The Dead, Name Of The King, Whiteout, Slither, Game Plan) and stunt choreography will be designed by Jennifer Phillips...
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World War II Nazis Hunt for Dracula’s Power In Fangs Of War

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It’s no secret that Hitler was into the occult. This premise has allowed for many a supernatural story to emerge. The Nazis want everything supernatural. They want the Ark of the Covenant in Raiders of the Lost Ark, the key to demons of another plane in Hellboy, the power of the Witchblade, the Scroll of the Ultimate in Bulletproof Monk, Werewolf Women of the S.S.(nuff said),… the list goes on and now, they seek the secret to immortality!

ShockTillYouDrop reports that Stealth Media Group is presenting a project called Fangs of War to the 2012 Berlin Film Market. Fangs of War is a re-imagining of Bram Stoker’s Dracula in a World War II context “where the Nazis and Allies vie for control of Count Dracula and his legendary powers.” Jim Donovan (Provacateur, Pure) is set to direct a script by Geoffrey Gunn (Siren).

Synopsis:

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'Fangs of War' A World War II Dracula Tale

'Fangs of War' A World War II Dracula Tale
London and La based Stealth Media Group will introduce at Berlin Fangs of War, which re-imagines Bram Stoker's classic during World War II, where the Nazis and Allies vie for control of Count Dracula and his legendary powers. The Director of the film Jim Donovan (Provocateur, Pure) with the original screenplay written by up-and-coming, Canadian born Geoffrey Gunn (Siren). Visual effects will be done by in-demand Rocket Science VFX in Toronto (Resident Evil Extinction, Resident Evil Afterlife 3D, Saw 3D, Land Of The Dead, Name Of The King, Whiteout, Slither, Game Plan) and stunt choreography will be designed by Jennifer Phillips (Underworld: Awakening, Thor, Salt, Twilight: Eclipse, X-Men Origins: Wolverine and 300). Producers are looking to roll cameras June 2012 in Eastern Europe with post in Toronto, Canada. Delivery is planned for Early Quarter 2013. Check out a long synopsis inside.
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Dracula Re-Imagined as World War II Story Fangs of War

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London and La based Stealth Media Group is going to introduce a new project to buyers at the 2012 Berlin Film Market entitled Fangs of War.  Jim Donovan (ProvocateurPure) will direct from a script by Geoffrey Gunn (Siren).  Shooting is expected to begin this June.

The film re-imagines Bram Stoker's classic title as a World War II tale, where the Nazis and Allies vie for control of Count Dracula and his legendary powers. The film is being set up as a Canadian, Chinese, German Co-production produced by Ken Nakamura, of The Nakamura Group Advantage Inc. out of Canada,  Jan Fantl of Seaside Pictures/ Cine-Plus  out of Germany and Fang Yi Ning and Nicholas Peng of Cfi Film Fund out of China, where Emei Film Group will also handle Chinese distribution.

Here's a synopsis to chew on until then...

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'Dancing With the Stars': Hidden Gems of the Finals!

'Dancing With the Stars': Hidden Gems of the Finals!
Studies have shown that Hidden Gems of the Week, EW.com’s collection of reader-submitted ridiculata, is the best way to enjoy Dancing With the Stars without ever having to turn it on. It’s a visual feast of sparkles, fringe, and Maks’ ass. Sure, they may not all be *hidden,* but as EW.com’s Supervising Appraiser, I can happily confirm they’re all priceless. Ready to go down the rabbit hole? Behold this bountiful smattering of Visible Gems!

Most Valuable Gem (Mvg) Of The Season:

Tom Bergeron snapping to attention Tuesday night after Brooke threw to him following
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Barney’S Version According to Sony Pictures Classics

Anne Thompson over at indieWIRE’s “Thompson on Hollywood, is reporting that the U.S rights to Barney’S Version, starring Paul Giamatti, Minnie Driver and Dustin Hoffman, have been acquired by Sony Pictures Classics. Thompson writes:

Producer Robert Lantos is .delighted. to turn the film over to Sony, who state: .rarely does a major novel come to life so completely and so richly on the screen as it does here with Barney.s Version.producer Robert Lantos more than fulfills his multi year dream of filming Mordecai Richler.s masterpiece. We look forward to presenting the film to the American audience..

Barney’S Version will be shown on Sunday, September 12 at Tiff, have its world premiere Friday at the Venice Film Festival, and will also open the Hamptons International Film Festival on Oct. 7. Hoffman and Giamatti…together?? Pure magic.

Tiff Synopsis:

Barry Panofsky is one of the great comic characters of modern literature.
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The Alamo Guide for January 8th

The Alamo Guide

for January 8th, 2010

Apologies for the late email this week. I was celebrating 2010 out of town, and then when I got home I was distracted by the intensity of the Texas vs. Alabama game. Bummerrrr. Oh well. We can all drown our sorrows in some Alamo fun this weekend! First of all, The Monster Squad screening was so popular that we added a second one later that night so there’s still a chance to see the Cast And Creators In Attendance! Youth In Revolt, The Imaginarium Of Doctor Parnassus, and Crazy Heart all open up this weekend. Girlie Night presents Romy & Michele’S High School Reunion on Tuesday, so get your business women outfits ready (but please have your fake job description ready)! If you’re a foodie and love our Alamo feasts, The Alamo Iron Chef competition returns with a battle between Alamo kitchen and
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Ciccoritti tops Canada DGC noms

Ciccoritti tops Canada DGC noms
TORONTO -- Canadian director Jerry Ciccoritti received two mentions Thursday as the Directors Guild of Canada unveiled nominations for its film and TV awards. Toronto-based Ciccoritti picked up a film direction nom for Blood, a story about power games between siblings, and a nomination for best TV movie direction for his work on the Sophia Loren-starring drama Lives of the Saints. Ciccoritti will compete in the feature direction category with Jim Donovan (Pure), Michael McGowan (Saint Ralph) and Lewin Webb (The Good Shepherd).

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