Here’s what we know: A Cabin in the Woods trailer is in the works. And our sources tell us it looks very cool and very Evil Dead-ish.
Things, per usual, have been very quiet since a handful of teaser posters were revealed at Comic-Con in July. Co-writer and producer Joss Whedon has a bite-sized update on the film, however.
He tells Sci-Fi Wire, post-production is coming along nicely. And in regards to the trailer: “We’re talking about what they’re going to show, and they’ll start giving up some information to get people into the theaters. We’re working on that now. Should be soon.”
Let’s hope so. The film – starring Kristen Connolly, Chris Hemsworth, Anna Hutchison, Fran Kranz, Jesse Williams, Richard Jenkins, Bradley Whitford and Brian White – hits theaters on February 5.
I’ve just updated the gallery with 3 gorgeous photoshoots of Chris. A huge thank you to Stef and Mariana for these amazing finds. Do they rock or what?
2009 – The Sunday Times Magazine
Set 003 (2006)
Set 004 (2007)
I updated the gallery a little while ago with screencaps of a couple of 2005 promotional advertisements for Home and Away. Click here to view them both. More screencaps coming soon!
Sorry for the downtime this afternoon. I installed a new gallery script last night and needed to update the links in the older posts. The reason for the new script is that I was having some issues with a few of the albums staying in order and with all the screencaps there are it was becoming a bit of a headache. That won’t be a problem with the new script though. I think I managed to update all the older posts, but if you happen to run into any with broken gallery links, just post a comment and I’ll update the post. 🙂
I’ve updated the gallery with some new candid photos of Chris at LAX on August 7th and the Vancouver International Airport on August 8th. You can view a few others of him with fans here at JustJared. He’s looking even buffer these days, isn’t he?
Please note that I’m not a big fan of candid photographs and will only add candids of him when he seems genuinely OK with being photographed. I will not add any of photos of him if he seems visibly annoyed or doesn’t know he’s being photographed by the paparazzi.
Beautiful people and an awe-inspiring landscape set the stage for this darn good action flick. “A Perfect Getaway” is a lean, 97-minute thriller where characters discuss writing for the movies and second-reel plot twists while kayaking with a secret killer and hiking alongside homicidal maniacs.
There is plenty of good cinema here, including arty camera work, gutsy images and a sequence of bleached black-and-white scenes midway that writer/director David Twohy employs to set the record straight. For in this tale of honeymooners stalked by bloodthirsty murderers, all is not what it appears to be.
Continue reading Trouble in Paradise
Writer/director David Twohy is not a household name, possibly because he sabotaged his own franchise (based on his Richard B. Riddick character, played by Vin Diesel) after the nifty Pitch Black â€” a small, unheralded monster movie â€” by following with the bloated The Chronicles of Riddick, an overblown mess that could have ended his career. Now, in an act of celluloid contrition, he takes us on A Perfect Getaway to prove he can still make a lot of movie with few resources.
Twohy follows newlyweds Cliff and Cydney (Steve Zahn and Milla Jovovich) on a hike along a popular nature trail in Hawaii. They meet other people along the trail, including Nick and Gina (Timothy Olyphant and Kiele Sanchez), and the shadowy Kale and Cleo (Chris Hemsworth and Marley Shelton). The nerdy Cliff is having enough problems erecting his tent in a downpour and defending his masculinity from Nick, a macho former special ops soldier, when they hear a bulletin from Honolulu: A man and woman have been brutally murdered and the authorities suspect â€” you guessed it â€” that the psycho killers may be trying to escape over the trail. Cliffâ€™s paranoia shifts into high gear. Could the killers be Nick and Gina, whose idea of dinner includes skinning a mountain goat, or Kale and Cleo, the ominous psychotic couple stalking them?
Continue reading A Perfect Getaway: A Masterful Thriller