The fan-favorite actor talks about playing a more grizzled Ash in the Starz series and competing with “The Walking Dead.”
Ray Santiago and Dana DeLorenzo will star opposite Bruce Campbell in the cable channel’s upcoming follow-up to the cult film series.
The Ash Williams actor says “the plan” is for him to star in the planned television series announced by Sam Raimi at Comic-Con International.
Surprising the Comic-Con International crowd, the filmmaker teased he’s penning a small-screen take on the horror franchise with Bruce Campbell, Rob Tapert and his brother Ivan Raimi.
Despite earlier comments to the contrary, Bruce Campbell now says ‘there’s no reality whatsoever’ to Army of Darkness 2.
Appearing over the weekend at Wizard World Nashville, erstwhile Ash Williams says “the answer is yes” to starring in another Army of Darkness movie.
Bruce Campbell teased Army of Darkness 2 to Spinoff Online at WonderCon Anaheim, and responded to Evil Dead director Fede Alvarez’s dream of the two films’ storylines converging.
Rumors have begun to circulate that Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead 4 is actually a direct sequel to Army of Darkness, the third movie in the original Evil Dead franchise.
Jane Levy, star of ABC’s Suburgatory, discusses following in Bruce Campbell’s bloody footsteps in the Fede Alvarez remake of the 1981 horror classic Evil Dead.
The red-band trailer has at last debuted for Evil Dead, director Fede Alvarez’s remake of the Sam Raimi/Bruce Campbell cult classic. “The movie’s not funny,” Campbell promises. “The movie is old-fashioned, retro horror.”