At one time, Carey Mulligan was set to reteam with her Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn for I Walk the Dead. However, a fair amount of time has passed since then, and the project is now known as The Neon Demon with Mulligan no longer in the lead role. Show More Summary
Nicolas Winding Refn‘s female-led horror film got a new title in November, and as of today it also has a new star. Elle Fanning has just signed on for lead The Neon Demon, which is on track to shoot this spring. More about the Neon Demon Elle Fanning casting news after the jump. Show More Summary
Elle Fanning will play a young aspiring model in director Nicolas Winding Refn's upcoming thriller 'The Neon Demon'. [...]
TheWrap has the first casting news on Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn’s next film The Neon Demon, stating that Super 8‘s Elle Fanning is in negotiations to star. Written by Refn and newcomer Mary Laws, Neon Demon is a female-driven horror film that the director’s longtime producing partner Lene Borglum will produce via their Space […]
Just a few months after the announcement of Nicolas Winding Refn’s THE NEON DEMON, it looks like the film has found its leading lady in Elle Fanning, reports The Wrap. Although details on Refn’s upcoming trip into the world...Show More Summary
The new horror film from the director of Drive The post Elle Fanning in Talks for Nicolas Winding Refn’s The Neon Demon appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
After captivating and enchanting audiences with the neon-glowing Los Angeles setting of Drive, director Nicolas Winding Refn is ready to return to the Southern California city with his next project. But rather than once again putting...Show More Summary
It's officially happening — Neon Demon, Nicolas Winding Refn's female-driven horror movie previously known as I Walk With The Dead is getting made. Let's hope Carey Mulligan, who was previously reported as starring in it, still has a big role. Read more...
Nicolas Winding Refn — your favorite proponent of stylized, neon-pink morbidity — has announced his newest film which will likewise,… Read More
Will reteam with Cliff Martinez and Matthew Newman Read the full article on AICN Nicolas Winding Refn has been developing a female-centric horror movie for over a year now, with the working title I WALK WITH THE DEAD. Today, GaumontShow More Summary
Gaumont and Wild Bunch will co-finance and co-distribute Nicolas Winding Refn's 'The Neon Demon', a horror tale with a female cast. [...]
This movie is going to melt our brains.
Plans for Nicolas Winding Refn’s “female-led” horror movie are moving forward, and as production approaches Deadline reports several changes since we last reported on it over the summer. First, the movie is no longer called I Walk With The Dead, and was not co-written by British playwright Polly Stenham. Show More Summary
Gaumont and Wild Bunch have announced that they will fund and distribute the next directorial effort from Danish mastermind Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive, Bronson) entitled The Neon Demon, with principal photography set to begin in the first quarter of 2015 in Los Angles.
Over the summer, we learned that the next film from Only God Forgives and Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn would be I Walk with the Dead, the long-gestating horror film that once had Carey Mulligan attached to star. It sounds like that project is still the director's next film, but Variety has word that it will now be called The Neon Demon. Show More Summary
DRIVE and ONLY GOD FORGIVES director Nicolas Winding Refn is powering up his next film, a horror picture called THE NEON DEMON. Gaumont and Wild Bunch are producing the film, which they'll be presenting to buyers at the American Film...Show More Summary
Nicolas Winding Refn has officially announced the female-led horror movie he’s been developing for over a year, and the film has a new title. What was once referred to as I Walk With the Dead is now The Neon Demon. The film will be at...Show More Summary
Following Cannes-competing Only God Forgives, Gaumont and Wild Bunch are set to re-team on Nicolas Winding Refn’s horror film The Neon Demon. Variety reports that the two Paris-based powerhouses will co-finance and co-distribute the movie, kicking off pre-sales at the AFM. A horror tale toplined by a soon-to-be-announced female star, The Neon Demon is penned […]
After “falling madly in love with the electricity of Los Angeles” while making Drive, writer/director Nicolas Winding Refn will return to the City of Angels for his next project, The Neon Demon. Described as a horror tale with a young...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: When he made the stylishly violent noir film Drive, Nicolas Winding Refn set himself and Ryan Gosling on a fast track to mainstream studio stardom. Trouble is, it's a road neither seems to particularly like. They prefer to...Show More Summary