This year’s hide and seek horror comedy Ready or Not is making its way to home video soon, and 20th Century Fox has revealed release dates and details on the Digital, Blu-ray, and DVD offerings.
The movie stars Samara Weaving as a bride who finds herself thrown into a deadly game of hide and seek with her new husband’s (Mark O’Brien) rich and eccentric family. You can find all of the info on the home video releases below, including when they’ll arrive and the bonus features that will be included.
Fox Searchlight has released a new featurette for the upcoming hide and seek horror flick Ready or Not, which stars Samara Weaving (The Babysitter, Mayhem) as a bride who finds herself fighting to survive the tradition of her new husband’s family. She’s joined on the cast by Mark O’Brien, Adam Brody, Henry Czerny, and Andie MacDowell.
The featurette, which is titled “Dress For Success,” focuses mainly on Weaving and the various wedding dresses the costume department had to create for her character. You can find more info on the movie and give the video a watch below.
Yes, you read that right. Two time Academy Award winning actress Cate Blanchett is in talks to join Jack Black for director Eli Roth‘s upcoming directorial effort, titled The House With a Clock in Its Walls, which is from Amblin Entertainment.
A prequel to director Stanley Kubrick’s movie adaptation of the Stephen King novel The Shining, titled Overlook Hotel, is still on the way and is currently being developed at Warner Brothers. The movie is written byGlen Mazzara, former showrunner of AMC’s The Walking Dead, and it is set to be directed by Mark Romanek, who previously directed One Hour Photo, Never Let Me Go, and the pilot for the Locke & Key TV series that never came to be.
The Rundown, Zodiac, The Amazing Spider-Man,, and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 writer James Vanderbilt, who is a producer on the Shining prequel, spoke recently about it and had nothing but praise for Mazzara and Romanek and the way the movie is shaping up. See what he had to say below.
Roland Emmerich is pretty experienced when it comes to destroying the White House. His newest directorial effort, White House Down, shows audiences that the world’s most recognizable house isn’t as secure as you may think. But fans of his are more likely to recognize the greatest destruction of the White House in Independence Day.
Talks of a sequel started to arise in recent years, but what those talks contained in terms of story were withheld from the public. But now that White House Down is coming up, an Independence Day follow-up could be Emmerich’s next project, as new details on the eventual sequel are coming out. Check out below when the story could occur and which character might reappear.