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The Slender Man Emerges from the Fog in this Trailer

The urban legend of the Slender Man grows. Director Sylvain White (I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer) helms this film, from a script written by David Birke (13 Sins, 2014) and Victor Surge. The film stars: Joey King (The Conjuring, 2013), Julia Goldani Telles and Annalise Basso. In the film, an unnatural man haunts a local forest, leading to the disappearance of dozens of children and teenagers. A Mythology Entertainment and Madhouse Entertainment production, the film's first trailer is available here. In the trailer, a voice-over asks "Where is my daughter?" There is no answer. Meanwhile, more and more young women are drawn into the woods. Strange, short images haunt the trailer, with the Slender Man appearing at night and in fog. The Slender Man will show in May of 2018. Sony Pictures Releasing will host the United States' release, which begins May 18th. Fans of creepy horror titles are
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Im Global Chief Stuart Ford Re-Ups

  • Deadline
Im Global Founder and CEO Stuart Ford has signed a multiple year extension to his CEO service contract it was announced today by a company spokesperson. The 43 year old executive founded the company with a launch at Cannes in 2007 and Im Global has since gone on to become one of the most visible and active companies in the independent sector. The company had eight new films in the Cannes Market and played host to Martin Scorsese, who was in town to help Im Global promote his longtime passion project “Silence”. On the opening day of the Festival Ford and Scorsese combined to give a presentation to 300 foreign distributors in one of the Croisette’s most high profile events of the opening week. An international sales powerhouse, the company customarily brings 15-18 new projects a year into the market across its unique structure of four separate sales labels handling mainstream commercial,
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Stuart Ford Re-Ups At Im Global (Exclusive)

Im Global Founder and CEO Stuart Ford has signed a multiple year extension to his contract.

The extension comes six years after the exec launched the sales-financing-production banner at Cannes — and two days after the conclusion of this year’s market.

Im Global presented eight new films at Cannes, notably Martin Scorsese’s passion project “Silence.” On the opening day, Ford and Scorsese gave a presentation to 300 foreign distributors.

Im Global usually brings 15 to 18 new projects a year into the market via its separate sales labels handling mainstream commercial, arthouse, genre and foreign language films. It’s been backed by Reliance Entertainment since 2010, when Ford sold a majority stake in the business to the Indian conglomerate

Ford remains the second-biggest shareholder and oversees day-to-day production, financing, sales, distribution, marketing, acquisitions, legal and strategic activities.

Im Global’s upcoming releases include “Walking With Dinosaurs”; tech thriller “Paranoia” starring Liam Hemsworth and
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After Dark Original : Dark Circles – Box Art & Stills

Dark Circles

Street Date: 5/21/13

DVD Srp: $26.98

Program Description

After Dark Films presents a twisted reality in Dark Circles arriving on DVD, Digital Download and Video on Demand May 21st from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. This supernatural horror film stars Pell James (The Lincoln Lawyer), Johnathon Schaech (That Thing You Do), Jennifer Foreman (Angry Little God) and Philippe Brenninkmeyer (Beerfest). The Dark Circles DVD includes audio commentary with writer/director Paul Soter … Continue reading →
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Lionsgate Bringing Cool Air and After Dark's Dark Circles to DVD in May

Lionsgate just dropped us a line to let us know they have two new features poised and ready for their DVD and digital download debuts on May 21st. Read on for the latest on one of the After Dark Originals, Dark Circles, and Cool Air.

After Dark Films presents a twisted reality in Dark Circles arriving on DVD, Digital Download and Video on Demand May 21st from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. This supernatural horror film stars Pell James (The Lincoln Lawyer), Johnathon Schaech (That Thing You Do), Jennifer Foreman (Angry Little God) and Philippe Brenninkmeyer (Beerfest). The Dark Circles DVD includes audio commentary with writer/director Paul Soter and will be available for the suggested retail price of $26.98.

Synopsis

When new parents Alex and Penny retreat from the city and move into a place outside town, the stress and massive sleep-deprivation caused by their infant has both of them seeing things
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Perlman Joins '13: Game of Death' Remake 'Angry Little God'

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Perlman Joins '13: Game of Death' Remake 'Angry Little God'
Ron Perlman is the latest star to join Rutina Wesley from True Blood and Mark Webber from Scott Pilgrim vs. the World in David Stamm’s Angry Little God. Perlman is also in Guillermo Del Toro’s Pacific Rim and reported to be talking with the director about Hellboy 3.

Angry Little God is a remake of the Thai film 13: Game of Death about a man who receives a mysterious phone call telling him he can win a fortune in a secret-camera game show if he completes 13 tasks. Like most of these stories, the tasks tend toward the bloody side. See the trailer below.

Stamm also directed A Necessary Death and The Last Exorcism. He is co-writing Angry Little God with David Birke. Other cast includes Pruitt Taylor Vince, Tom Bower and Devon Graye.

via Hollywood Reporter
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Oh “God,” Ron Perlman is “Angry”

  • Fangoria
Oh “God,” Ron Perlman is “Angry”
Variety reports that Perlman has come aboard God, a remake of the Thai thriller 13: Game Of Death that begins shooting today. The cast also includes Mark Webber, True Blood’s Rutina Wesley, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Tom Bower and Devon Graye. Scripted by Stamm and David Birke based on the Game screenplay by director Chookiat Sakveerakul and Eakasit Thairatana, the movie focuses on a young man who’s desperate for money, and receives a mysterious phone call from a man promising big bucks in exchange for performing tasks for what is supposedly a hidden-camera game show. The 13 tasks become more and more extreme, until they become literal matters of life and death. Angry Little God is being produced and financed by Im Global’s Octane genre division, which is also involved with the upcoming Ti West/Eli Roth film Sacrament.
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Oh “God,” Ron Perlman is “Angry”

  • Fangoria
Oh “God,” Ron Perlman is “Angry”
Variety reports that Perlman has come aboard God, a remake of the Thai thriller 13: Game Of Death that begins shooting today. The cast also includes Mark Webber, True Blood’s Rutina Wesley, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Tom Bower and Devon Graye. Scripted by Stamm and David Birke based on the Game screenplay by director Chookiat Sakveerakul and Eakasit Thairatana, the movie focuses on a young man who’s desperate for money, and receives a mysterious phone call from a man promising big bucks in exchange for performing tasks for what is supposedly a hidden-camera game show. The 13 tasks become more and more extreme, until they become literal matters of life and death. Angry Little God is being produced and financed by Im Global’s Octane genre division, which is also involved with the upcoming Ti West/Eli Roth film Sacrament.
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Oh “God,” Ron Perlman is “Angry”

  • Fangoria
Oh “God,” Ron Perlman is “Angry”
Variety reports that Perlman has come aboard God, a remake of the Thai thriller 13: Game Of Death that begins shooting today. The cast also includes Mark Webber, True Blood’s Rutina Wesley, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Tom Bower and Devon Graye. Scripted by Stamm and David Birke based on the Game screenplay by director Chookiat Sakveerakul and Eakasit Thairatana, the movie focuses on a young man who’s desperate for money, and receives a mysterious phone call from a man promising big bucks in exchange for performing tasks for what is supposedly a hidden-camera game show. The 13 tasks become more and more extreme, until they become literal matters of life and death. Angry Little God is being produced and financed by Im Global’s Octane genre division, which is also involved with the upcoming Ti West/Eli Roth film Sacrament.
See full article at Fangoria »

Oh “God,” Ron Perlman is “Angry”

  • Fangoria
Oh “God,” Ron Perlman is “Angry”
Variety reports that Perlman has come aboard God, a remake of the Thai thriller 13: Game Of Death that begins shooting today. The cast also includes Mark Webber, True Blood’s Rutina Wesley, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Tom Bower and Devon Graye. Scripted by Stamm and David Birke based on the Game screenplay by director Chookiat Sakveerakul and Eakasit Thairatana, the movie focuses on a young man who’s desperate for money, and receives a mysterious phone call from a man promising big bucks in exchange for performing tasks for what is supposedly a hidden-camera game show. The 13 tasks become more and more extreme, until they become literal matters of life and death. Angry Little God is being produced and financed by Im Global’s Octane genre division, which is also involved with the upcoming Ti West/Eli Roth film Sacrament.
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Ron Perlman Joins Cast Of Thriller ‘Angry Little God’

The Thai thriller 13: Game Of Death is getting an English language remake directed by Daniel Stamm, and with principal photography starting this week, the cast is finalized and ready to go on Angry Little God.

Ron Perlman is the latest to join the chain-gang.

He joins Mark Webber, Rutina Wesley, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Tom Bower and Devon Graye.

Deadline NY describes the plot:

“… about a guy who receives a mysterious phone call informing him that he’s on a hidden camera game show where he must execute 13 tasks to receive a big cash prize. He accepts the challenge as he’s in debt but soon he realizes he’s in over his head.”

Source: Deadline NY
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'Angry Little God' to Choose Perlman

Dimension Films upcoming thriller Angry Little God has added a slew of new names to its cast, including the consummate Ron Perlman.  Variety reports that Perlman will join Tom Bower, Devon Graye and Pruitt Taylor VinceScott Weber of Scott Pilgrim fame and Rutina Wesley, Tara from True Blood, are set to play the leads.

Little God is adapted from the 2006 Thai film 13: Game of Death which also received its Us distribution through Dimension.
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Casting: Perlman, Dano, Binoche, McTeer

Angry Little God

Ron Perlman, Tom Bower, Devon Graye and Pruitt Taylor Vince have all joined the cast of Daniel Stamm's indie thriller "Angry Little God". Stamm and David Birke penned the script.

A remake of the Thai film "13: Game of Death", the story follows a meek social services coordinator who's drowning in debt who learns he's on a hidden camera game show where he must execute 13 tasks to receive a cash prize of several million dollars. [Source: Variety]

Prisoners

Paul Dano will join Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal in Denis Villeneuve's "Prisoners" at Alcon Entertainment. Shooting kicks off early next year.

Th story evolves around a small-town carpenter who takes the law into his own hands after his young daughter and best friend are kidnapped. He runs up against the big-city detective in the process. [Source: Variety]

Since Maria

French filmmaker Olivier Assayas has confirmed that he plans to reteam
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Ron Perlman Joins Angry Little God

Ron Perlman Joins Angry Little God
Ron Perlman, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Tom Bower, and Devon Graye have joined the cast of Angry Little God, alongside Mark Webber and Rutina Wesley.

We first reported on this project in August, when Dimension Films signed on to distribute. The project is a remake of the Thai thriller 13: Game of Death. The story centers on a timid social services coordinator who can't seem to get out from under his mounting debts. He receives a strange phone call to participate in a hidden camera game show, where he could win up to $6 million by performing 13 tasks. The man soon realizes he's in over is head, even though thousands of dollars start pouring into his bank account, as the challenges become more horrific.

Daniel Stamm (The Last Exorcism) is directing from a script he co-wrote with David Birke, which is adapted from the original movie. Principal photography begins Tuesday.

Angry Little God
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Casting Net: Anne Hathaway joins Mindy Kaling-penned comedy. Plus: Ron Perlman, Paul Dano

Casting Net: Anne Hathaway joins Mindy Kaling-penned comedy. Plus: Ron Perlman, Paul Dano
Anne Hathaway is attached to the romantic comedy The Low Self-Esteem of Lizzie Gillespie, co-written by Mindy Kaling and The Office writer Brent Forrester. The project, about a self-conscious gal involved with losers whose love life perks up when a supreme hottie pursues her, is still without a director. Kaling and Forrester will also co-produce. [THR]

Ron Perlman is putting his broad shoulders and Sons of Anarchy intensity to good use as part of the cast of the psychological thriller Angry Little God, an English-language remake of the Thai film 13: Game of Death. The film is about a man in
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Ron Perlman, Pruitt Taylor Vince And More Sign On For Angry Little God

Both Ron Perlman and Pruitt Taylor Vince are actors who bring so much to the people they play just through their visage. Perlman is not only tall, but has a face that looks like it was chiseled from stone and is filled with character. Vince has a condition called nystagmus, which causes his eyes to involuntarily dart around. Both actors have used their unique looks to boost their careers and now it's being reported that they will do it together in the upcoming film Angry Little God. THR has learned that the two actors and Tom Bower and Devon Graye have all signed on for the new thriller, which is being helmed by Daniel Stamm (The Last Exorcism). The film, written by Stamm and David Birke, is a remake of Thai film 13: Game of Death and is about a down and out man who one day leanrs that he
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Ron Perlman Becomes an Angry Little God

The casting news continues for Daniel Stamm's next film for Dimension, Angry Little God, as an actor has signed on for duty who knows all about gods and demons. Read on for the latest.

According to THR Hellboy star Ron Perlman has joined the cast of Stamm’s psychological thriller Angry Little God, an Im Global film that Dimension Films will distribute in the U.S.

The flick began principal photography on Tuesday and stars Mark Webber (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World), Rutina Wesley (“True Blood”), Pruitt Taylor Vince, Tom Bower and Devon Graye.

The thriller is the English-language remake of the Thai film 13: Game of Death. “The story follows an indebted man who gets a mysterious phone call telling him he’s on a hidden camera game show while also offering him a fortune if he completes thirteen tasks. The man accepts the challenge but is soon
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Ron Perlman Joins Mark Webber in Angry Little God

Looks like Hellboy himself has signed on to a film that puts its main character through a special kind of hell.

Deadline reports that Ron Perlman and character actors Pruitt Taylor Vince, Tom Bower and Devon Graye are the newest additions to the cast of Angry Little God, a remake of a Thai film called 13: Game of Death. Not to be confused with 13: Tzameti, which was remade recently, this one has an equally intriguing premise.

Mark Webber (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) and Rutina Wesley (True Blood) star as a married couple who are having financial problems. When the man gets a call telling him he's on a hidden camera game show and must perform 13 tasks to make a boatload of money, he accepts the challenge without telling his wife but quickly realizes that things are about to turn bad because these tasks aren't exactly what he thought they'd be.
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Ron Perlman Cast in Angry Little God

  • DailyDead
The Last Exorcism director Daniel Stamm is moving forward on his remake of 13: Game of Death. Titled Angry Little God, the film will star Mark Webber and Rutina Wesley, and we now have additional casting news.

Deadline is reporting that the cast now includes Ron Perlman, along with The Walking Dead‘s Pruitt Taylor Vince, Tom Bower and Devon Graye. Filming will begin tomorrow, so we should have much more news about this film in the near future. Dimension Films has already acquired Us distribution rights to the remake and were responsible for releasing the original 2006 Thai film.

“[The Story]… follows a bright but meek social services coordinator who’s drowning in debt and desperate as he’s about to marry the love of his life. He receives a mysterious phone call informing him that he’s on a hidden camera game show where he must execute 13 tasks to receive a
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Paul Dano Joins Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal in Prisoners, Ron Perlman Joins Psychological Thriller Angry Little God

A couple of casting headlines for you today: Paul Dano (Looper) will join Hugh Jackman (Real Steel) and Jake Gyllenhaal (End of Watch) in the vigilante thriller, Prisoners, directed by Denis Villeneuve (Incendies). Ron Perlman (Hellboy) has joined the psychological thriller, Angry Little God, from director Daniel Stamm (The Last Exorcism). Hit the jump for more on these casting assignments and the movies themselves.  We recently reported that Gyllenhaal was confirmed to star in Prisoners and now Alcon Entertainment announces that Dano is also on-board. The Aaron Guzikowski (Contraband) script centers on "a small-town carpenter (Jackman) whose young daughter and best friend are kidnapped. After the cops fail to find them, he takes the law into his own hands but in the process runs up against the big-city detective (Gyllenhaal) assigned to the case." Prisoners, which is scheduled to begin production in early 2013 with an expected fall 2013 release, also stars
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