April 27, 2006
"White Noise 2" Set Visit: Shawn Williamson On Horror Remakes, "Dungeon Siege," and...Canadian Horror?
RT's "White Noise 2" set coverage, Part Three: producer Shawn Williamson, whose 50+ credits include "Slither," "White Noise," and many of Uwe Boll's thrillers, talks about the popularity of the horror remake, movie-hoppers, and "Dungeon Siege."
February 14, 2006
"Serenity" Star Hears Sequel "Noise"
Nathan Fillion (aka Firefly Capt. Malcolm Reynolds) has signed on to star in Universal's upcoming sequel to "White Noise," and he'll be co-starring with another small-screen sci-fi star: "Battlestar Galactica's" Katee Sackhoff.
January 9, 2006
2006 Opens with a "Hostel" Weekend at the Box Office
Lions Gate's "Hostel," which was produced for less than 5 million clams, had a pretty spectacular opening weekend at the box office, bringing in an estimated $20.1 million from about 2,200 theaters. "Hostel" drew similar numbers to last year's "White Noise," but had a tougher climb because A) it's rated R, and B) it's not as stupid.
November 18, 2005
Ready for a Second Helping of "White Noise"?
The Hollywood Reporter indicates that there will soon be another visit from the noise of the white variety. Seems that dead people never know when to shutup already, which is why we'll soon get to see "White Noise 2: The Light."
August 18, 2005
Critical Consensus: "Red Eye," "The 40 Year-Old Virgin" Soar
This week at the movies brings four studies in aviation. What happens when you're trapped on a plane with a creepy seatmate? (See "Red Eye.") Is it ever too late for Cupid's arrows to take flight? (Check out "The 40 Year-Old Virgin.") Were the unsung heroes of the Allies in WWII? pigeons? ("Valiant," this one's for you.) Isn't it cool when those Supercross dudes, like, totally go up in the air, and like, for a few seconds, y'know, it looks like they're, like, flying? (Ahem?."Supercross: The Movie.") And most important of all: which of these flicks will fly with the critics?
July 19, 2005
Fry & Serkis Sign Up to Be "Stormbreakers"
Andy "Gollum" Serkis and Stephen Fry are only the latest actors to sign on for the teen spy flick "Stormbreaker," says The Hollywood Reporter. Based on the series of books by Anthony Horowitz, "Stormbreaker" is about a reluctant teenage spy who, of course, gets into all sorts of wild adventures.
July 1, 2005
Colorful Cast Announced for Uwe Boll's Next Opus
After putting the finishing touches on his upcoming "BloodRayne," controversial German director Uwe Boll ("House of the Dead," "Alone in the Dark") has announced the cast for his next project: a big-screen adaptation of the video game "Dungeon Siege" -- and wait till you get a load of this eclectic ensemble! (Full press release follows below)
May 12, 2005
Weinsteins to Get Busy With "Stormbreaker"
Anthony Horowitz's best-selling novel "Stormbreaker" is about to hit the big screens courtesy of Bob & Harvey Weinstein's new firm and a handful of UK production companies. Variety explains that the story's about...
January 24, 2005
Are We There Yet Topples Coach Carter for Top Spot
This weekend, one of the worst reviewed films of the year took the #1 spot at the box office. With a very moldy 10% on the Tomatometer, the Ice Cube and Nia Long starring Are We There Yet grossed an estimated $18.5M. Ice Cube continues to be a reliable performer at the box office, with a majority of his films opening in the $15-20M range. Are We There Yet?s debut ranks as his third best behind the two Barbershop films, which opened with $24M and $21M respectively.