With Universal Pictures’ release of The Wolfman on February 12th, ShockTillYouDrop.com has compiled a timeline of significant werewolf moments or notable werewolves who have run amok on the big and small screen spanning from 1913 to 2010. In some entries, you’ll find assorted links to clips featuring transformations, trailers and music videos.
It has now been seven weeks since James Cameron’s Avatar began its unstoppable run of the box office, not allowing a single other movie to supplant its placement at the top of the heap. That continued unabated as the FX-heavy sci-fi fantasy epic added another estimated $30 million to its haul, down just 14% from last weekend. It has grossed $594.5 million domestically and $1.45 billion internationally for a worldwide total of $2,039,222,000. Having already taken the international gross crown away from Titanic last week, it’s edging closer to the $600 million grossed by Cameron’s previous movie, which has been resting atop the domestic gross record book unhindered for 12 years. Avatar should pass it on Monday or Tuesday and the question now is where will its final box office tally end up, being that it’s likely to remain in IMAX and 3D theaters for at least another month?
Acclaimed film editor Karen Schmeer, who edited Errol Morris’s Fog of War, has been struck and killed by a getaway car speeding from a New York City drugstore robbery. Her mother, Eleanor DuBois Schmeer, confirmed the film editor’s death. Schmeer was the editor of Academy Award-winning filmmaker Errol Morris’s documentaries, including 2003′s The Fog of [...]
Men in Black actor Rip Torn has been charged with burglary and trespessing after he was allegedly found in a Connecticut bank, drunk and carrying a loaded gun.
Kathryn Bigelow has become the first woman to win the top honour at the 62nd annual Director’s Guild of America awards, capturing the 2009 prize for The Hurt Locker, about a bomb disposal unit in Iraq.
The Ozark Mountains drama Winter’s Bone and the war-on-terror documentary Restrepo won top honours Saturday among U.S. movies at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
As part of an interview with director Sylvain White and producer Joel Silver, the Los Angeles Times has published a new photo o The Losers which is a live-action reenactment of the graphic novel cover that was also the film’s Comic-Con poster last year. You can find both below.
The official Facebook page for The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader has been updated with the first Production Blog on the film, scheduled to hit theaters on December 10. Directed by Michael Apted, the third installment stars Georgie Henley, Skandar Keynes, Ben Barnes, Will Poulter, Gary Sweet, Bruce Spence, Arthur Angel, Shane Rangi and Liam Neeson.
ComingSoon.net has received a first look at Jesse Eisenberg and Justin Timberlake shooting David Fincher’s Facebook movie The Social Network in Los Angeles.