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The cast for the adaptation of Eric S. Brown's Bigfoot War series is taking shape, and leading the way is C. Thomas Howell. Read on for more details, and start prepping, kids. When Sasquatch comes a knockin', he's not gonna be of the Harry and the Hendersons variety!
From the Press Release
Origin Releasing is proud to announce the principal cast for its in-production feature film Bigfoot Wars! The film - based on the series of best-selling Bigfoot War books by Eric S. Brown - tells the story of a small town that becomes the focal point of a brutal clash between man and a legendary beast.
Joining the cast are C. Thomas Howell (pictured; The Outsiders, "Criminal Minds," The Amazing Spider-Man), Danny Boaz (Anna Nicole, Supernatural Activity), Juli Erickson (Pawn Shop Chronicles, Bernie), Frederic Doss (Transformers, GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra), Holt Boggs (The Prodigy, The Cursed), Elyse Bigler »
- Uncle Creepy
Origin Releasing recently acquired film rights to the Bigfoot War book series by Eric S. Brown. Production on Bigfoot Wars is expected to begin next month and the main cast has just been announced. Brian Jaynes (Humans Versus Zombies, Boggy Creek) is directing from a script by Andrea Doss, Frederic Doss, and Jacob Mauldin.
Joining the cast are C. Thomas Howell (The Outsiders, Criminal Minds, The Amazing Spider-Man), Danny Boaz (Anna Nicole, Supernatural Activity), Juli Erickson (Pawn Shop Chronicles, Bernie), Frederic Doss (Transformers, GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra), Holt Boggs (The Prodigy, The Cursed), Elyse Bigler (Varsity Blood), Taylor Weaver (Littleman), Jackey Hall (Chrome Angels, Biohazard: Patient Zero), Mindy Raymond (DC Universe Online), Carl Savering (Heebie Jeebies), Billy Blair (Machete, Sin City: A Dame To Kill For), Larry Jack Dotson (Bernie, Humans Versus Zombies) as well as Monica Harmse, Chandler Allen and Audrey Ellis Fox.
A release in 2014 is »
- Jonathan James
A Haunted House is the first raunchy parody concocted by Marlon Wayans (he’s the star, co-writer and producer) without assistance from his brothers Shawn and Keenen Ivory. Together, the three have brought us spoofs like Scary Movie 1 & 2 and Dance Flick – in addition to non-pc comedies that people love-to-hate (White Chicks, LiTTLEMAN) – but does the “magic” vanish when it’s just Marlon, cracking sex gags and fart jokes while taking potshots at the found-footage supernatural horror movie sub-genre?
Surprisingly, Haunted House does call back to the Wayans’ breakout comedy Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood, with elements of culturally and racially-based satirical humor aimed primarily at the recent slate of found-footage movies boasting predominantly caucasian casts. The problem is, well… everything else.
Story-wise (in case you care): The shenanigans involve Malcolm ...
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- Sandy Schaefer
3 items from 2013
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