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.
Speaking with Spinoff Online at WonderCon, director Fede Alvarez teased, “This is an Evil Dead movie, and every Evil Dead movie is all about being outrageous and out of control and crazy.” The film opens today.
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.
A new red-band trailer for director Fede Alvarez’s Evil Dead pulls out all of the stops, showing that he and producers Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell are dead serious about it being “the most terrifying film you will ever experience.”
2013 sees at least two movies promising the end of the world (Comedies This Is The End and The World’s End), but also two movies set after the apocalypse (Oblivion and After Earth). It’s a year that has remakes of horror classics (Evil Dead, Carrie), sequels galore (New installments of The Hobbit, The Hunger Games, Kick-Ass, Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs and, of course, GI Joe: Retaliation) and a relaunch for Superman himself with Man of Steel. In other words, it’s a pretty packed year. But which of the movies due for release next year are you most excited about?
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 new poster for Evil Dead claims that Fede Alvarez’s upcoming remake of the Sam Raimi classic is “the most terrifying film you will ever experience.”
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.”