Posts Tagged ‘Paranormal Activity’

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‘PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE MARKED ONES’ Trailer, Release Date, Details

October 18, 2013

‘PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE MARKED ONES’ drops on January 3, 2014. Written and directed by Christopher Landon. Starring Richard Cabral, Carlos Pratts, Eddie J. Fernandez, Jorge Diaz, David Fernandez Jr., Kimberly Ables Jindra, Tonja Kahlens and Frank Salinas.

More info at the OFFICIAL SITE.

'PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE MARKED ONES'

‘PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE MARKED ONES’

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PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 3 In The Works, Release Date Set

November 18, 2010

Still from 'PARANORMAL ACTIVITY'


Source: ComingSoon.net

With Paranormal Activity 2 having earned $157 million worldwide already on a budget of just $3 million (not counting marketing costs), Paramount Pictures is moving forward with a third installment to be released on October 21, 2011.

Read more HERE.

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SILENT HILL Sequel Moving Forward In 3D – Title And Director Announced

November 4, 2010

'SILENT HILL: REVELATIONS' - sequel officially moving forward


Source: ShockTillYouDrop.com

Michael J. Bassett [DEATH WATCH, SOLOMON KANE] is sitting in the director’s chair on Silent Hill 2.

The sequel will be called ‘SILENT HILL: REVELATIONS’ and is being geared for 3D. It focuses on a protagonist named Heather Mason who, on the eve of her 18th birthday, is plagued by nightmares and now has to investigate the disappearance of her father.

Read more HERE.

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New ‘PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 2’ Trailer And Poster

October 1, 2010

'PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 2' Movie Poster


Source: IMDB

Directed by TOD KIP WILLIAMS and set for release on October 22nd, 2010, ‘PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 2’ will (presumably) answer the question of “Wtf ever actually happened to KATIE FEATHERSTON?”


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‘PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 2’ Update: TOD ‘KIP’ WILLIAMS Will Direct

March 29, 2010

'PARANORMAL ACTIVITY' Movie Poster


Source: ComingSoon.net

Paranormal Activity director Oren Peli announced this morning that Tod ‘Kip’ Williams (The Door in the Floor) will direct the sequel.

The sequel starts filming in May and is scheduled to hit theaters on October 22.

Read more HERE.

This updates a previous post that announced KEVIN GREUTERT (SAW VI) as taking up directorial duties for the sequel.

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‘PARANORMAL ACTIVITY Sequel Gets A Release Date, ‘SAW VI’ Director Will Helm

January 20, 2010

'PARANORMAL ACTIVITY' Movie Poster


Source: HeatVisionBlog.com

Paramount has hired screenwriter Michael R. Perry and director Kevin Greutert to create the sequel to 2009’s biggest surprise hit, “Paranormal Activity,” which scared up $151 million in worldwide grosses in the fall on a shoestring $15,000 budget and a shrewd, opt-in Web marketing campaign.

Significantly, Paramount will unleash it in theaters on the pre-Halloween weekend of October 22, which sets it against that date’s reigning champion in previous years, the next installment in Lionsgate’s “Saw” series (this year would be “VII”). In a symbolic twist, Greutert made his directorial debut on the sixth “Saw” film.

Read more HERE.

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‘SLINGERS’ Viral/Sizzle Reel Posted – Following In The Footsteps Of ‘DISTRICT 9’ And ‘PARANORMAL ACTIVITY’ – THEE Next Big Science Fiction Television Series You’ve Never Heard Of (Yet)??

December 8, 2009

Still From 'SLINGERS'


Source: Sizemore.co.uk

Maybe. But don’t look for it on television. Not yet anyways. At the very least it gets the award for thee longest THRALL WORLD headline EVER…

Following in the footsteps of ‘District 9’ and ‘Paranormal Activity’ comes ‘SLINGERS’ – a sort of interstellar OCEAN’S 11 complete with the snappy dialogue and wit of say SNATCH.

THRALL WORLD stumbled on to this “Sizzle Reel” via complete accident. It’s basically a trailer made by creator Mike Sizemore and the plan is to get picked up as a full-blown television series. The strategy mirrors the manner in which ‘DISTRICT 9’ (which started out as the short ‘ALIVE IN JOBURG’) came to the attention of Peter Jackson and – even more recently – director Fede Alvarez got noticed and had his short, ‘PANIC ATTACK’, picked up by none other than SAM RAIMI of EVIL DEAD/SPIDERMAN fame.

Plot synopsis: Slingers is set in the year 2960 A.D., following mankind’s first interplanetary war. Humanity is now clustered into a finite, but still vast section of the universe known as Enclosed Space. Humanity won the war with an aggressive alien enemy, but at a cost. The way back to Earth is now cut off by an impassable barrier – a side effect of the blast that finally pushed the enemy back.

The show takes its name from a group of people thrown together on board an experimental spacecraft that is capable of Slinging itself to any point in space. In theory it’s the only craft capable of getting home. In reality the crew are using it to carry out a series of high tech heists and get even with those who are now exploiting their positions in the post war hierarchy.

Dominic ‘DM’ Monroe, a special ops war veteran becomes the de facto leader of this small team of thieves who rail against the decision by military command to just ‘stay where they are and make the best of it’. They’re determined to get home and if that means breaking a few rules and picking up a lot of enemies along the way then so be it.

Keep up with the latest at Sizemore’s official site HERE.

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Will ‘PANIC ATTACK’ Be The Next ‘DISTRICT 9’ Or ‘PARANORMAL ACTIVITY’?

December 1, 2009

Still from the 'PANIC ATTACK' short by FEDE ALVAREZ


Source: Variety

SAM RAIMI (SPIDER-MAN, EVIL DEAD) seems to think so…

Ghost House Pictures [Sam Raimi production house] has made a seven-figure deal with a Uruguayan commercials director to direct his pitch for an alien invasion film — an exceptional deal for a helmer making his feature directing debut.

Most first-time helmers make $250,000, but Fede Alvarez scored his million-dollar deal based on the heat generated by “Ataque de panico!” (Panic Attack), a four-minute, 48-second short about an apocalyptic robot attack Alvarez directed through his commercial production house for less than $500. After the short found its way to the Internet and Kanye West featured a link to the film on his blog, a 30-year old who was not on anyone’s radar outside the Uruguayan blurb market suddenly found the biggest agencies in Hollywood in a panic to sign him. That created a chain reaction of activity over two weeks that led to a trip to Hollywood, where he met with every major agency, management firm and law firm that responded to the short.

Read more HERE and watch the original short (made for a reported $500 or $5,000 depending on which source) below.



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