The Evil Dead filmmaker joined the Last of Us creator to discuss the big-screen adaptation, with eye on the game’s “human relationships,” and a possible role for Maisie Williams.
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.
Fox 2000 and MGM are reportedly in early talks with Sam Rockwell to star as the patriarch in Gil Kenan’s remake of Tobe Hooper’s Poltergeist, which already stars Rosemarie DeWitt.
MGM and Fox 2000 announce that Gil Kenan’s remake of Tobe Hooper’s Poltergeist penned by Oz the Great and Powerful‘s David Lindsay-Abaire will start shooting this fall.
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.
MGM and producer Sam Raimi have selected Monster House director Gil Kenan to helm their remake of the 1982 horror classic Poltergeist.