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.
A couple of year’s back there were two dueling Snow White films released in the same year. While Mirror, Mirror was brighter in color and in tone, Snow White and The Huntsman was a bit more dark and gritty. The latter would eventually get a spinoff/prequel called The Huntsman: Winter’s War. But now it is time to get ready for yet another live-action Snow White film. But it won’t exactly be about Snow White or The Huntsman. According to new reports, Disney is now developing a film centered around her sister, Rose Red. More on the story below.
Disney will be developing another live-action adaptation of one of their animated line-up. With Beauty and the Beast, The Jungle Book, and Pete’s Dragon currently in production, the studio has announced that they will be developing a live-action prequel of Aladdin, tentatively titled Genies. The announcement comes after the news that the studio is also developing live-action films based on Pinocchio, Dumbo, Mulan, Tinkerbell, Prince Charming, and Winnie the Pooh.
The film will focus on how the almighty wish-granting genie became trapped inside the lamp that Aladdin will eventually come in possession of. However, unlike the previous live-action adaptations, Genies will eventually lead into Aladdin’s own film.
FVZA #1-2 Written by David Hine
Conceived by Beau Flynn and Tripp Vinson
Illustrated by Roy Allen Martinez
Painted by Kinsun Loh and Jerry Cho
Lettered by Richard Starkings and ComicCrafts’ Jimmy Betancourt Radical Publishers
Release date: December 2009
Alternate histories are always a fun concept to play with in fiction. Imagining a world where the Axis won WW2 like Philip K. Dick’s Man in a High Castle, or Allan Moore’s and Kevin O’Neill’s Victorian speculative and adventure fiction comics The League of Extraordinary Gentleman are great exercises in creative speculation.
Radical Comics, writer David Hine, and artist Roy Allen Martinez brings forward their own altered world where vampires and zombies are very real, and their presence has permanently altered the history of the human race in FVZA. The FVZA, or the Federal Vampire and Zombie Agency, was assembled to hunt down and destroy the infected. When a working vampire vaccine was discovered in the 1960s, President Kennedy announced that the FVZA was to be disbanded. A former scientist and operative of the FVZA has isolated and trained his granddaughter and grandson to take up the battle if the undead return. When a surviving vampire plans to overthrow the human rule and create the United Vampire States of America, the FVZA is reformed to tackle the emerging menace.