Mila Kunis scored a fake bucket of popcorn for her role as the Wicked Witch of the West in Sam Raimi’s Oz the Great and Powerful. The actress was extremely honored to take home the trophy for Best Villain at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards on Sunday evening (April 13). Unfortunately for those who were
Take a look at the unused design for Topher Grace's villainous character from the 2007 superhero sequel. [...]
With Sam Raimi and his Ghost House Pictures banner (in conjunction with Good Universe) set to deliver a remake/re-launch of The Grudge property, we sat down exclusively with the film’s writer Jeff Buhler (above) to get the skinny. Read...Show More Summary
When Alfred Molina was cast as Doctor Octopus in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 2, it was widely hailed as an example of the director picking a great actor for a major role rather than a huge-name star....
Look, Sony, we need to talk. Sure, we’ve had some fun together in the past—Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man was a lot of fun, and yes, our relationship got much more serious and far deeper with his Spider-Man 2… but then came Spider-Man 3, and things got kind of weird, and a little uncomfortable. So we decided [...]
The Grudge, the American film based upon the Japanese film Ju-On: The Grudge, as well as the first installment of the The Grudge American Trilogy (followed by The Grudge 2 in 2006 and The Grudge 3 in 2009), was a 2004 horror film starring Sarah Michelle Gellar. Though it cost only $10 million to make, [...]
Deadline recently reported that "The Grudge," the American remake of Takashi Shimizu's Japanese "Ju-On," will be getting a reboot. This time around, Good Universe and Ghost House Pictures are relaunching the franchise, with Jeff Buhler...Show More Summary
Horror Fans Rejoice! According to Deadline, Sam Raimi the creative mind behind Evil Dead, wants to remake/reboot The Grudge franchise. Screenwriter Jeff Buhler better known for Midnight Meat Train will pen the reboot. Sam Raimi and his partner Rob Tapert will produce … Continue reading ? The post Sam Raimi Producing a Remake of “The Grudge” appeared first on Latino-Review.com.
It's been 10 years since THE GRUDGE found its way to American shores, so I guess that means it's time for a reboot? Read the full article on AICN Hey guys! Horrorella here... It's been 10 years since THE GRUDGE found its way to American shores, so I guess that means it's time for a reboot? ... That's what Deadline is reporting anyway. Show More Summary
The Grudge has been around for a good while — it’s nearly at the fifteen-year mark. (If you count the very first short installment, actually, we’ve passed that milestone.) So now it’s evidently time to reboot The Grudge in the US. Before...Show More Summary
'Midnight Meat Train' writer Jeff Buhler has signed on to write the script for this reboot of the 2004 thriller starring Sarah Michelle Gellar. [...]
A reboot of 'The Grudge' - the American remake of the Japanese horror 'Ju-on: The Grudge' - is developing, with Sam Raimi once again producing. The post ‘The Grudge’ Reboot in the Works from ‘Midnight Meat Train’ Writer appeared first on Screen Rant.
Marc Webb recently announced that he was joining Sam Raimi as a filmmaker who has spent three movies with the amazing Spider-Man, bowing out of the director’s seat for the 2018-scheduled The Amazing Spider-Man 4. Until then, he’s going...Show More Summary
Superhero directors tend to work in threes. Christopher Nolan cranked out three Batman movies. Bryan Singer is returning for this third X-Men movie (separating X2 and Days of Future Past by several years). Sam Raimi did three Spider-Man...Show More Summary
After making trouble in the headlines for Spider-Man in Sam Raimi's webslinging trilogy as J. Jonah Jameson and terrorizing Miles Teller in the Sundance film Whiplash in January, actor J.K. Simmons is heading into blockbuster territory again. Show More Summary
Possibly one of the most recognizable character actors of the past decade and a half, J.K. Simmons, who famously played J. Jonah Jameson in Sam Raimi's three "Spider-Man" movies, has been picked by director Alan Taylor to play a role...Show More Summary
Director Scott Spiegel took all of the right cues from childhood friend Sam Raimi in his first feature-length film, Intruder! This late-80s slasher offers tons of creative camera placements, but even more outrageous gore. It is a must-see for slasher fans!
Are there too many villains in The Amazing Spider-Man 2? Director Marc Webb knows you might be concerned that this sequel has too many characters for its own good. A common complaint about Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3 was that the film featured...Show More Summary
The Last Of Us is one of those games we’ve repeatedly praised for its great writing, but could it really translate into a live-action feature film? Screen Gems and Sam Raimi think so. Neil Druckmann — Creative Director for The Last Of Us — will write the script for Sam Raimi’s Ghost House Pictures, and Screen Gems will distribute.
Kevin Feige talks making Cap a "fish out of water" in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Sam Raimi's producing the movie adaptation of The Last of Us. Gareth Edwards explains how Godzilla is a character-centric movie. And there are details about Mira Sorvino's Falling Skies character. Spoilers now! Read more...