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Daniel Radcliffe's Horns Gets Halloween UK Release, Joe Hill Updates On U.S. Release
The feature adaptation of Joe Hill's Horns made its festival debut at Toronto last year, and we know the U.S. rights were picked up not long after, but we're still waiting for word on when we'll see Daniel Radcliffe and his horns on the big screen.
The Fear Monger's Eight Most Anticipated Horrors Of 2014
Horror fans know that Hollywood rarely gives the genre the kind of attention that more than $100 million calls for, so let's highlight eight of the most promising horrors of 2014, many of which still don’t have release dates.
Horns Movie U.S. Rights Picked Up, Still No Release Date Yet
With the feature adaptation of Joe HIll's Horns having made its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival last month, we were left to hope that -- in addition to positive buzz about the movie -- there would be some news about U.S. distribution. The buzz has ranged from mixed to positive from what I've read, which is ok. Better than ok is the news that the film finally has a distributer.
Horns Clip Shows Daniel Radcliffe Looking Horned And Desperate
While we have yet to see an actual trailer for the feature adaptation of Joe HIll's Horns, a clip from the film has made its way online, and gives us a look at Daniel Radcliffe in the lead role of Ig Perrish, a man who finds himself sprouting a mysterious set of horns, which give him the ability to draw people's darkest desires and confessions from them.
Horns Author Joe Hill Praises Daniel Radcliffe's Performance, Shares Update On Movie's Release Date
Just last week, we shared some new stills from the anticipated feature adaptation of Joe Hill's novel Horns. While the film screened this weekend at the Toronto International Film Festival, the actual release date has yet to be set, contrary to what IMDB stated. Writer Joe Hill shared a vague update on the status of the movie for those of us who weren't able to be at TIFF to see it.
Daniel Radcliffe's Horns Grow In New Horns Movie Photos
The feature adaptation of Joe Hill's Horns makes its grand premiere tomorrow at the Toronto Film Festival. As exciting as that is, particularly for those of us who've been anticipating this movie since last year, which is when production wrapped on the film, we still haven't seen a trailer for the movie yet.
Horns Movie To Premiere At Toronto Film Festival
Benedict Cumberbatch isn't the only U.K. actor with multiple films lined up for the Toronto Film Festival this year. Daniel Radcliffe will also be featured in more than one movie screening at TIFF, one of which is the anticipated adaptation of Joe Hill's dark mystery Horns, which will make its world premiere at the festival. The other film is John Krokidas' drama Kill Your Darlings, in which Radcliffe plays poet Allen Ginsberg.
2013 Movies You're Not Looking Forward To Yet, But Should Be
The fun of moviegoing is often in the surprises, in thinking you've got the lay of the land only to walk into a theater completely thrown off. At the same time, you can at least do your best to be prepared, and to keep a mental note for those movies that could sneak up on you in the end. Yes, everyone on the Internet is already anticipating Man of Steel and Pacific Rim and Saving Mr. Banks and the year's other heavyweights, but what about the smaller movies you might not see coming?
Horns Movie Wraps Production, Set Video Shows Daniel Radcliffe's Mischievous Ig
Fans of Joe HIll's novel Horns are likely to be eagerly anticipating the release of the feature adaptation, which stars Daniel Radcliffe as the horned lead character Ig. While the film is still without a release date, word is, production wrapped on the movie this week, and there have been a few interesting updates and glimpses of the movie in the last week or so that are well worth sharing.
Daniel Radcliffe Grows A Pair In First Look At Horns
In Alexandre Aja's Horns, based on the novel by Joe Hill, Daniel Radcliffe will be working with a much different kind of magic than what we saw him use in the Harry Potter series. In the movie he stars as a young man named Ignatius “Ig” Perrish who wakes up one morning to discover that a pair of devilish horns has sprouted from his head and that's he's wanted for the brutal rape and murder of his girlfriend.
Daniel Radcliffe Joined By Juno Temple, Joe Anderson And Kelli Garner In Horns
The cast for Alexandre Aja's upcoming adaptation of Joe Hill's Horns just got a lot bigger. While it was previously announced that Daniel Radcliffe would star in the movie, it has now been officially announced that he will be joined by the likes of Juno Temple (The Dark Knight Rises), Joe Anderson (Across The Universe), and Kelli Garner (The Aviator).
Daniel Radcliffe Will Sprout Horns In New Supernatural Thriller
No one knew quite where Daniel Radcliffe’s career might take him post-Harry Potter. Given how recently the beloved series ended, it would probably be unfair to make a larger commentary on what type of movies he prefers, but I think it’s probably fair to say he has no interest in taking the safe route.
Alexandre Aja To Direct Adaptation Of Joe Hill's Horns
Alexandre Aja broke out in 2003 with his well-crafted - albeit strangely ended - thriller High Tension, but there's been a strange pattern to his career since. In the last five years, Aja has directed The Hills Have Eyes, Mirrors, and Piranha. If you haven't already picked up on it, the pattern is that he's been stuck in a seemingly endless series of remakes, and while two out of three of the films didn't turn out half bad, originality is always preferred over the rehash.
Shia LaBeouf Will Grow Horns In Joe Hill Adaptation
Stephen King adaptations have been a staple of the movie industry since the mid-1970s. Though they've ranged from spectacular - The Shining - to godawful - Sleepwalkers - King's words have long been inspiration for movies. Now his son is getting into the game as well, and his first feature adaptation has landed a star.
Horror Author Joe Hill Goes To The Movies
Joe Hill is just your average young writer, trying to get his books read and published. Then again, he's also the son of Stephen King, and perhaps that helped a little in getting his first two novels picked up for movie deals by major studios