Now that he's got Dark Shadows out of his system, Johnny Depp is moving forward with the reboot of the Darren McGavin TV movies/series, The Night Stalker, with Edgar Wright as director and newly hired D.V. DeVincentis as writer.
Although the media seems to take some pleasure reporting the decline of the vampire genre, it seems that nothing could be further from the truth -- according to Deadline, NBC is exploring a Dracula television series.
Fright Night is coming to Blu-ray and DVD on December 13th, and the film's cast and crew are offering some tips for scaring while enjoying a horrifically good time in a clip from the "How to Make a Funny Vampire Movie" bonus featurette.
Top Cow's forthcoming graphic novel In the Dust (which was created by George Mahaffey and Christian Duce) has seen its rights picked up by Solipist Films, with Mahaffey serving as screenwriter.
Fright Night opens today and CBM continues its behind the scenes look at the making of this remake of the 1985 original vampire classic. In this installment, having previously discussed the casting of Colin Farrell as Jerry Dandridge, the focus shifts to the rest of the cast.
Fans of the original 1985 version of Fright Night can take some solace from the fact that virtually everyone involved with the remake, which opens on August 19th, holds a certain reverence to the original, which has translated into a genuine passion for the project and a desire to create something genuinely special. In this installment we look at Colin Farrell as vampire Jerry Dandridge.
HBO has renewed the hit show TRUE BLOOD for a 12-episode fifth season, it was announced today by Michael Lombardo, president, HBO Programming. Created by Alan Ball, the series will begin production of new episodes later this year in Los Angeles, with debut set for summer 2012.
Craig Gillespie's remake of Fright Night will be reaching theatres on August 19th, and CBM editor Ed Gross will be posting a series of exclusive articles on the making of the film, beginning with this one-on-one interview with actress Imogen Poots, who portrays Amy Peterson.
Kate Beckinsale reprises her role of the vampire Selene in the forthcoming Underworld: Awakening, and CBM editor Ed Gross managed to sit down with her for a few minutes to discuss it.
Forbes.com has offered up an intriguing article that compares Alan Ball's True Blood TV series from HBO to the novels they're based on, The Sookie Stackhouse Mysteries, written by Charlaine Harris. What follows are five of the nine comparisons that are made.
The Dark Shadows News Page has scored some amazing on location photos from the filming of Tim Burton's movie version of the classic '60s soap opera, Dark Shadows, which stars Johnny Depp as vampire Barnabas Collins.
The Fright Night panel revealed some amazing footage from the August 19th remake, but additionally there was a major fan event that included a screening and party time with the cast. Check out some photos from the event.
Dark Shadows, the '60s soap opera currently being turned into a Johnny Depp/Tim Burton film scheduled for release in May of 2012, returns to comics this October via Dynamite Entertainment.
If you've ever screamed to the heavens out of frustration over the "softening" of vampires (or have dealt with your outrage in a more subtle manner), 30 Days of Night creator Steve Niles and best-selling author/Locke & Key creator Joe Hill share your pain!
This could very well be Johnny Depp's version of a mid-life crisis: portraying all of his childhood favorite characters on the big screen. It's starting with the currently shooting Dark Shadows, in which he'll play vampire Barnabas Collins; will continue with him as Tonto in The Lone Ranger and now comes word he'll play reporter Carl Kolchak in The Night Stalker.
USA Today is offering a preview of Angel/Faith #1, the Dark Horse spin-off that picks up the pieces from where Buffy Season 8 left off. Notes the official description, "Left in a near-catatonic state, Angel will need a seriously rude awakening if he's to make amends for his ill-conceived deeds..."
Although filming has been underway in England on Tim Burton's movie version of Dark Shadows, the Collinwood mansion itself was still under construction in June, as this photo demonstrates.
With the surprise factor of The Vampire Diaries, keeping things confidential is a challenge. The season two finale was a shocker, and actress Malese Jow details how the confidentiality impacted on her getting the script.
This Tuesday BloodRayne 3: The Third Reich hits DVD. This chapter continues BloodRayne’s forward progression through time, its predecessor having taken place in the Old West while this one – as the title suggests – is set during World War II where the character must stop Hitler from becoming a vampire and achieving immortality.
Dichen Lachman is joining the cast of Syfy’s Being Human as Izumi, a reclusive, centuries-old vampire royal whose unexpected return to Boston’s vampire society throws main character Aidan (Sam Witwer) and the city into disarray.
DreamWorks Studios presents a special insider look at its upcoming, 3D reimagining of the horror classic “Fright Night” at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con International Convention.
On August 31st, Dark Horse Comics will launch a new series focusing on the characters of Angel and Faith. The monthly series will be written by Christos Gage and Rebekah Isaacs, with Dan Jackson on art and Joss Whedon as executive producer.
Comic, film and video game star BloodRayne is back, going up against Nazis, a vampiric form of Hitler and much more. It's the latest from director Uwe Boll.
In this video interview, actor Paul Bettany discusses his new vampire sci-fi film, Priest and the challenges that went into its making.
In an article about this summer's remake of Fright Night, NDTV.com has spoken to director Craig Gillespie and star Colin Farrell, who plays vampire Jerry Dandridge. The impression one gets is that this will be about as far-removed from the Twilight wave of vampire films as you can get.