"It's definitely gorier and smarter." The new Ridley Scott directed ALIEN prequel ALIEN: COVENANT will be hitting theaters on May 19th. Scott, along with stars Danny McBride and Katherine Waterston were at SXSW recently and Fandango conducted an interview with them in which Ridley gave possibly too many details about the future of the ALIEN... Read More...
Ridley Scott joined Katherine Waterston and Danny McBride for a special look at the upcoming Promethues sequel Alien: Covenant.
Michael Myers returns to life on October 19th, 2018. This year’s biggest news story so far was unquestionably the bombshell that Blumhouse, John Carpenter, Malek Akkad, and creative forces David Gordon Green (Pineapple Express) and Danny McBride (Alien: Covenant) are teaming up to relaunch the Halloween franchise next year; Gordon Green is directing from a […]
20th Century FOX has released a clip from the upcoming "Alien: Covenant" prequel titled: "Prologue: Last Supper." The movie stars Michael Fassbender, Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup, Danny McBride, Demián Bichir, Carmen Ejogo, Amy Seimetz, Jussie Smollett, Callie Hernandez, Nathaniel Dean, Alexander England and Benjamin Rigby. It is directed by Ridley Scott.
Don't you just want to hug Danny McBride all through this scene? Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here... In a strange way, Ridley Scott's ALIEN: COVENENT has just snuck up on us. Soon it'll be March, SXSW and then quickly - we'll get ALIEN: COVENENT upon our cinemas. Show More Summary
There’s a petition that’s been circulating around the net in the wake of Blumhouse and John Carpenter announcing that a new Halloween film, penned by Danny McBride and David Gordon Green and set to be directed by Gordon Green, is headed our way next October. The petition, to date signed by well over 1,000 fans, […]
"It’s gonna continue the story of Michael Myers in a really grounded way."
The news from the new HALLOWEEN film directed by David Gordon Green and co-written by Green & Danny McBride keeps rolling in. This is, of course, a more than welcome thing, and we will, of course, keep on top of any and all new news...Show More Summary
Horror fans were given a bit of pause last week, when it was announced that Danny McBride would be co-writing the new Halloween movie. After all, McBride is far better known for his comedy vehicles like Vice Principals and Eastbound & Down, and frankly, so is his writing partner David Gordon Green, who’s been tapped to direct the film. Show More Summary
Intriguingly, it's a sequel to Carpenter's first two HALLOWEEN movies. Read more...
A resurgence of the Halloween franchise has been expected for years now. The reboot franchise from Rob Zombie died off, but recently there was talk of the horror series coming back at Blumhouse Productions with the original film’s director John Carpenter executive producing. Show More Summary
Co-writer Danny McBride reveals the movie will be based on the series' early mythology. The post How the New Halloween Film Will Fit Into the Franchise appeared first on CBR.com.
Danny McBride's HBO comedy Vice Principals was hilarious but also got some flak from critics. Here's why that didn't affect Season 2, according to Danny McBride.
Danny McBride offers insight into what he is planning for his Halloween script, which is being directed by David Gordon Green.
Danny McBride recently spoke to CinemaBlend about how the new Halloween will fit into the series' continuity, and his answer should get horror fans very, very excited.
Last night the hollowed grounds of horror shook as the master himself John Carpenter took to his Facebook to announce not only had the new HALLOWEEN been given a release date, but also that the film would be directed by David GordonShow More Summary
And John Carpenter might even score it! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. The most bizarre news hit yesterday and it's something that has stuck in the back of my mind since I first heard it and I've decided that...Show More Summary
David Gordon Green and Danny McBride are reviving the 'Halloween' horror franchise with a cosign from creator John Carpenter.
Legendary director John Carpenter says Danny McBride and David Gordon Green blew him away with their vision for the horror classic.
Given John Carpenter’s history of less than forgiving reactions to those who take creative license with his work, it was not a given that Carpenter would entrust the Halloween franchise to new hands in our time. But what is the horror movie master good for if not a satisfying twist, ... More »