|US Release Date||03/14/2014|
Halloween comes early this year for horror fans with a fresh, funny and gory comedy that aims for cult status and hits the bullseye.
With a killer performance by its leading vampire and a last appearance by the late Aaliyah, Queen of the Damned should appeal to the music video generation and rake in some healthy box office numbers.
The sequel to Charlie's Angels is looking to start shooting as early as spring 2002, producer Leonard Goldberg confirmed to Variety. "Depending on whether a strike happens, we should have the script in four to six weeks," Goldberg said. "We'll take it to the Angels for their perusal, and if they like it, Sony can sit down with them and make a deal." The film will reunite the girls--Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu and Cameron Diaz-along with the director McG. Barrymore will co-produce with Goldberg.
|Sharni Vinson||Actor||Kathy Jacquard||1||1000001|
|Charles Dance||Actor||Doctor Roget||1||1000002|
|Rachel Griffiths||Actor||Matron Cassidy||1||1000003|
|Peta Sergeant||Actor||Nurse Williams||1||1000004|
|Damon Gameau||Actor||Ed Penhaligon||1||1000005|
|Everett DeRoche||Source Material||(from screenplay: "Patrick")||120786||4000002|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.