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Posted by GoreMaster Special Effects on November 3, 2009
Taylor Lautner joined Kristen Stewart in Brazil yesterday, and last night was all about seeing fans in Mexico as the New Moon press tour chugs along. He stopped to say hi to a few girls waiting to see him, even smiling for photos before going on his way. The film’s cast has spread out to divide and conquer when it comes to promoting the film, and Robert Pattinson kicked off his day with a press conference in Tokyo. There are lots more stops ahead for Taylor, and he seems to be handling all the travel so far with his usual good humor.
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Posted by GoreMaster Special Effects on September 30, 2009
Ashley Greene and Starfire
By David Bentley – CoventryTelegraph.net
Among the many proposed comic book adaptations in the holding pen at Warner Bros is the junior superhero team Teen Titans.
The line-up has until recently included Starfire, a princess from the planet Tamaran who can harness ultraviolet radiation and use it to fly and to create destructive bolts of energy. She also has superhuman strength and can assimilate other languages through physical contact.
On some forums, fans have put forward the name of Twilight actress Ashley Greene – who plays Alice Cullen in the vampire film franchise – as one possibility to play the character.
Greene isn’t a bad choice for the role. The 22-year-old’s Twilight credentials would also boost the profile of any Teen Titans movie.
Megan Fox has also been suggested for Starfire – although she seems to be a fan candidate for every available female comic book role – along with Jenna Dewan.
But it doesn’t look like the Teen Titans film will get made anytime soon. A live-action movie adaptation was announced back in May 2007, with Akiva Goldsman and Kerry Foster producing and Mark Verheiden writing the script. However, nothing has been heard about the project for a long time.
The Teen Titans comic first appeared in 1964 as a junior Justice League, comprising Robin, Kid Flash, Aqualad, Wonder Girl and Speedy, the respective sidekicks of Batman, Flash, Aquaman, Wonder Woman and Green Arrow.
In the 80s, the team was relaunched with the characters as college-age adults and new members including Cyborg, Starfire and Raven, while Robin matured into Nightwing.
Most recently, the comic was adapted into an animated TV series that ran from 2003-2006.
Verheiden had said of the proposed film: “One thing I can tell you is that there will be a Nightwing story and Robin is in it, too”, implying that Robin’s character arc would see him take on the Nightwing persona.
Heroes actor Milo Ventimiglia has said he would love to play Nightwing, as I reported last year.
A new comic book line-up for the Teen Titans is soon to be unveiled following the departure of Starfire, Cyborg and Wonder Girl.
The new team will be led by antihero Deathstroke, while former members Beast Boy and Raven are set to return.
Robin/Nightwing is no longer with the group, having now become the new Batman after the apparent death of Bruce Wayne.
We can only hope that Warner Bros’ new DC Entertainment division, tasked with bringing more DC Comics’ heroes to the screen, gives us some official news on the Teen Titans movie soon.
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Posted by GoreMaster Special Effects on September 27, 2009
Coastal Contacts Twilight inspired lens
Coastal Contacts introduces the new fall lineup of Special Effects contact lenses for Halloween, including a Twilight inspired lens. Adding to their popular Special Effects (SFX) contact lens line, Coastal Contacts now offers over 130 styles, ranging from mildly scary to full out freaky.
Coastal Contacts Twilight inspired lens
“Halloween is one of the busiest times of the year for us,” stated Coastal Contacts Communications Manager, Jennifer Harvey. “Special Effects contact lenses have been growing in popularity for years as they are becoming more prominent in movies. Requests for these lenses have started coming in already for this year.”
Twilight has become the biggest fan phenomenon to hit North America since Lord of the Rings, and people are excited about dressing up as their favorite Twilight character this Halloween. Contact lenses in special designs, and colors help take a costume to the next level and are used frequently by Hollywood blockbusters such as X-Men, Star Wars, Harry Potter and Twilight.
“Twilight is a popular request this year. Everyone wants to be Edward or some type of Vampire and the key costume piece for a vampire is the eyes. People are really having fun with it- blood red eyes, vampire dark purple, or Edward’s amber colored eyes. When you put a pair of these SFX contact lenses in, it really changes the way you look.” added Harvey.
As the vampire theme heats up this year, setting your self apart from the crowd has become easier with Coastal Contacts new Twilight inspired lens, hitting stores just last week. Most of their Special Effects contact lenses are available in prescription powers, for people who need vision correction, and all lenses from Coastal Contacts are FDA approved.
About Coastal Contacts:
Coastal Contacts is one of the world’s fastest growing online vision care suppliers. Providing contact lenses, eyeglasses and other complimentary vision care products to consumers worldwide, Coastal Contacts is proud to provide an affordable, convenient option for high quality vision care products. With its world class operations in North America, Europe and Asia, Coastal Contacts offers a unique blend of private label and branded products to over 150 countries across the globe. Already #1 in many of its markets, Coastal is rapidly advancing toward its goal of becoming the “World’s Vision Store.”
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Posted by GoreMaster Special Effects on September 10, 2009
Nina Dobrev as Elena Gilbert
BY David Hinckley – DAILY NEWS
In its unending quest for new ways to dramatize the thrills and dangers of teen romance, the CW tonight poses this question: What happens if the really hot new guy in school turns out to be a vampire?
It’s a situation where a simple “OMG!” might not seem sufficient.
For the network, though, the larger question may be whether young women, the target audience for the new “Vampire Diaries,” like their romantic drama sprinkled with bloody corpses and near-corpses.
While the producers hope the female audience for the “Twilight” films suggests that’s the case, tonight’s opening “Vampire Diaries” feels more graphic and menacing than “Twilight.”
It’s not as graphic and menacing as Showtime’s “True Blood,” a similar work, but the tension here is lethal, not just romantic.
It also would be a shame if the neck-biting part proves too discomforting because the core teen couple is a winner.
Elena Gilbert (Nina Dobrev) hasn’t been looking forward to the new school year in Mystic Falls, Va. Her parents were killed in a car crash in May, leaving her and her brother in the care of a largely clueless aunt. Despite the pleas of her best friend, Bonnie (Katerina Graham), Elena really isn’t ready to face the world again.
Paul Wesley as Stefan Salvatore
On the first day back, though, Bonnie spots that hot new guy, Stefan Salvatore (Paul Wesley). He has the dark, brooding, mysterious fascination that’s been quickening teenage girls’ pulses since Elvis Presley and James Dean, and he has eyes for Elena.
For reasons only he and the viewers know.
Seems that when he was 16, in 1864, he was bitten by, and thus turned into, a vampire. At that time, there was a girl named Kathleen who looked exactly like Elena. Now, Stefan is ready to get back in the game.
That’s okay up front, since Stefan is a good vampire who means no harm. But he has a brother, Damon (Ian Somerhalder), who does, and since Damon has followed Stefan to Mystic Falls, Stefan’s quest for love will create complications for some folks there.
In overall tone, “Diaries” tilts more toward menace than humor – which could create either fascinating romantic tension or the bad feeling that someone’s neck is always about to get tapped like a maple tree in syrup season.
By staking turf between “True Blood” and “Twilight,” “Vampire Diaries” hopes it has found the promised land. The danger is it could also be no man’s land.
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Posted by GoreMaster Special Effects on September 5, 2009
Nina Dobrev as Elena
By Ken Tucker – EntertainmentWeekly.com
You need to look elsewhere if you were hoping that The Vampire Diaries would mark the beginning of the end of the current vampire craze (Twilight, True Blood, Glenn Beck). Fun stuff mixing blood with soap, Diaries signals a welcome return to form for writer-producer Kevin Williamson (Dawson’s Creek, Scream).
Paul Wesley as Stefan
Based on the popular young-adult novels of the same name, Diaries is cleverly cast with faces familiar to the CW demo and beyond. Nina Dobrev from Degrassi: The Next Generation is emotionally open as Elena, who pours her soul into diary entries that we hear in voice-over. Paul Wesley (Everwood, Army Wives) is Stefan, the vampire every TV review is required to describe as ”brooding.” His naughty brother, Damon, is Ian Somerhalder, back from the Lost dead. Or, I guess technically, returning to the dead as a vampire competing for Elena’s attention.
As with any good Kevin Williamson production, there’s a lot of snappy dialogue and quirky pop cult references.
Diaries’ variations on vampire myths include a big, clunky ring Stefan wears that (I think) protects him from daylight, but mostly it’s the stuff you know and love: Stefan’s eyes go red-rimmed with lust when Elena gets a bloody cut, and Damon uses smoke and black crows to make an entrance. ”I promised you an eternity of misery,” Damon tells Stefan. And Diaries promises us a season of sharp-tongued amusement.
Katerina Graham as Bonnie
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Posted by GoreMaster Special Effects on September 3, 2009
Overture Films’ “Pandorum,” starring Dennis Quaid, Ben Foster, Cam Gigandet, Antje Traue, Cung Le, Eddie Rouse, André Hennicke and Norman Reedus.
The science fiction horror is directed by Christian Alvart from the writing by Jeremy Bolt, Paul W.S. Anderson, Martin Moszkowicz and Robert Kulzer. Film opens on September 25th.
In “Pandorum,” actors, Dennis Quaid (Vantage Point, The Express) and Ben Foster (3:10 to Yuma, Alpha Dog), join Cam Gigandet (Never Back Down, Twilight), Cung Le (Tekken, Fighting), newcomer Antje Traue and director Christian Alvart (Antibodies) to tell the terrifying story of two crew members stranded on a spacecraft who quickly realize they are not alone.
Two astronauts awaken in a hyper-sleep chamber aboard a seemingly abandoned spacecraft. It’s pitch black, they are disoriented, and the only sound is a low rumble and creak from the belly of the spacecraft. They can’t remember anything – who are they, what is their mission? The only way out of the chamber is a dark and narrow airshaft. Corporal Bower (Foster), the younger of the two, crawls inside, while the other, Lt. Payton (Quaid), stays behind for guidance on a radio transmitter. As Bower ventures deeper and deeper into the ship, he begins to uncover a terrifying reality. Slowly the spacecraft’s shocking and deadly secrets come unraveled, and the astronauts realize that the survival of mankind hinges on their actions.
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Posted by GoreMaster Special Effects on August 25, 2009
by Monika Bartyzel – Cinematical.com
These days, vampires are almost as prevalent as the mirrors they never cast a reflection in. True Blood, Twilight, Lestat, Underworld, The Vampire Diaries, Cirque du Freak, Priest,
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter… They’re everywhere. However, while we might be inclined to knock any new film that tries to jump onto the pile, we can’t really fault any horror indies. Vamps have always thrived in that realm; it’s their home turf.
So you might remember that last year, I wrote about a little Canadian horror comedy called Suck and its interesting cast list — Jessica Pare, Malcolm McDowell, Dave Foley, Iggy Pop, Moby, Alice Cooper, Carol Pope, and Henry Rollins. The film has since wrapped, is heading to TIFF next month (hat tip to MTV), and you can check out a trailer for the bloodletting after the jump. The brainchild of Rob Stefaniuk (of Phil the Alien fame), Suck focuses on a struggling band who finally finds success when the leader’s (Stefaniuk) ex gf and bandmate Jennifer (Pare) becomes a vampire rife with “sexually charged charisma that drives the audiences wild.”
McDowell co-stars as Eddie Van Helsing — a one-eyed vamp hunter who’s afraid of the dark, while Foley plays their manager, Pop plays a music producer, Cooper plays a bartender, and Rollins plays “Rock’n Roger” — a radio dude with terrible hair. That alone has me sold. Heck,
McDowell with a flashlight to “keep the dark away” is gold just on its own. But just to sweeten the pot some more, the film’s full of songs like David Bowie’s “Here Come’s the Night” and The Rolling Stones’ “Sympathy for the Devil.”
Make Up Department
Graham Chivers … dental technician
Cliona Furey… hair department head
Iantha Goldberg … assistant makeup artist
Colin Penman … assistant makeup department head
Jordan Samuel … makeup designer
Special Effects Department
Graham Chivers … special effects technician
Steve Newburn … special effects technician
Ron Stefaniuk … special effects coordinator
Visual Effects Department
Tony Cybulski … digital compositor: C.O.R.E. Digital Pictures
Luke Groves … visual effects production manager: C.O.R.E. Digital Pictures
Mark Thomas-Stubbs … lead digital effects artist
Chris Wallace … digital intermediate colourist
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Posted by GoreMaster Special Effects on August 21, 2009
Catherine Hardwicke has signed on to direct The Girl With the Red Riding Hood for Appian Way and Warner Bros. The gothic reimagining of Little Red Riding Hood was announced earlier this month, with Orphan screenwriter David Leslie Johnson attached to pen the script.
Not much is known about the new take, other than it will be loosely based on the famous fairy tale, is being described as a werewolf movie, and has a teenage love triangle at its center. Hardwicke is a perfect choice for this project as her filmmaking career thus far has been filled with teenage stories with female leads. She broke onto the directing scene with the Sundance indie Thirteen (starring Evan Rachel Wood), and has since directed The Nativity Story (starring Keisha Castle-Hughes as Mary) and, of course, Twilight (starring Kristen Stewart). She also directed the 2005 film Lords of Dogtown.
The story has changed many times over the years, and is best known in the Brothers Grimm variant. But earlier versions were much darker, the earliest printed version from the 17th century ended with Riding Hood being slaughtered by the wolf. Here is an excerpt from Wikipedia:
“The story had as its subject an “attractive, well-bred young lady”, a village girl of the country being deceived into giving a wolf she encountered the information he needed to find her grandmother’s house successfully and eat the old woman while at the same time avoiding being noticed by woodcutters working in the nearby forest. Then he proceeded to lay a trap for the Red Riding Hood. The latter ends up eaten by the wolf and there the story ends. The wolf emerges the victor of the encounter and there is no happy ending.”
It is unclear which version of the classic tale the Gothic reimagining will take influence from, but one could imagine it might be the older tellings. Hollywood could give a “Gothic reimagining” spin to any of the classic fairy tales and I would be interested. I’m actually kinda disappointed that Disney jumped on Alice in Wonderland, as I was hoping that one of the dark Alice projects would have gone into production.
But don’t expect to see this film on the big screen any time soon, or ever. Appian Way seems to announce a new project in development each month (I might be slightly exaggerating for dramatic effect). IMDb Pro lists 22 upcoming properties in pre-production, but the company turns out an average of one film per year. So, unless things dramatically pick up, chances are we’ll never see this project on the big screen. Appian has a list a mile long of promising projects in development, including: Akira, Atari, Aquaman, Conspiracy of Fools, Ninja Scroll, and a couple projects with both Dicaprio and Martin Scorsese attached. Hardwicke is also attached to an adaptation of Hamlet for Overture 21 Jump Street, and Maxium Ride at Sony.
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Posted by GoreMaster Special Effects on August 20, 2009
George Hamilton is set to vamp it up again for laughs as the producer of a new comedy horror sequel of his hit film Love At First Bite.
It has been 30 years since the movie star played Count Vladimir Dracula in the cult 1979 movie and now he’s back for more blood with a camp sequel called “Batrimony: Love At Second Bite”.
He tells WENN, “It’s terrific. It’s all about old world school of Dracula in the Bela Lugosi 1940s up against the Twilight felons with humor. It’s hard to do but it’s great fun.”
And Hamilton thinks the time is perfect for another vampire movie spoof: “I think ‘Twilight’ is a wonderful series of books. It’s so important for these young girls with hormonal changes and this love that’s worth giving your life for. But now I have a find a way to bring my ‘Love At First Bite’ character into that kind of story and make it funny and not be at all like ‘Twilight’ and I think I found a way to do that.”
And ‘Batrimony’ isn’t the only film project Hamilton is working on – he’s also producing a movie about movie legend Errol Flynn’s son Sean, who was captured by the Khmer Rouge during the Vietnam War.
He adds, “It’s a wonderful story.”
Here is the plot outline per IMDB.com: Dracula’s son is about to marry a mortal woman and tries to keep his family’s heritage a secret from his future in-laws. A follow-up to the 1979 vampire comedy “Love at First Bite”.
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Posted by GoreMaster Special Effects on August 16, 2009
Catalina Sandino Moreno
By Jean Bentley – MTV.com
Colombian actress Catalina Sandino Moreno has signed on to play Maria in “Eclipse,” the third film in “The Twilight Saga” that’s set to begin filming in less than a week. The Oscar-nominated star of “Maria Full of Grace,” 2004′s drama about a pregnant teenage drug mule, will tackle some decidedly less heavy subject matter a vampire who creates an army of newborn bloodsuckers, including future Cullen family member and then-Confederate soldier Jasper Hale (Jackson Rathbone). Jasper becomes a key member of the army, helping Maria conquer Mexican territories.
Though “Twilight” covered the back story of swoon-worthy teen vampire Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), “Eclipse” delves deeper into the pasts of the rest of his vampire coven. On Wednesday, Jack Huston was announced as Royce King II, the human fiancé of Rosalie (Nikki Reed) who plays a key role in her transformation into a vampire.
Huston and Moreno, who was last seen in 2008′s two-part Steven Soderbergh epic, “Che,” are the latest additions to an ever-expanding cast. Summit Entertainment made headlines last month when they announced the controversial decision to replace Rachelle Lefevre with Bryce Dallas Howard as Victoria, a vampire hell-bent on getting revenge on Edward and his human paramour Bella for killing her partner, James. Xavier Samuel and Jodelle Ferland have been cast as Victoria’s newborn vampires Riley and Bree.
The David Slade-directed “Eclipse” is set to be released next June. Chris Weitz’s installment, “New Moon,” the second film in the series, will hit theaters on November 20. A leaked French trailer for “New Moon” that made the Internet rounds on Wednesday showed the first glimpse of Dakota Fanning as Volturi guard member Jane, but it’s since been taken down
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