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Poltergeist Release Date Moved

IGN Movies - Wed, 2015-03-04 15:52

Poltergeist Release Date Moved 20th Century Fox has made some changes to its summer schedule, moving its Poltergeist remake up by two months while also delaying the Paul Feig/Melissa McCarthy comedy Spy and the young-adult adaptation Paper Towns. Poltergeist will now arrive on May 22 while Spy has moved from that date to a June 5 slot. Paper Towns, which is based on The Fault in Our Stars author John Green’s book of the same name, moves to July 24. That means Poltergeist, which stars Sam Rockwell and Jared Harris, will face off against Brad Bird and Damon Lindelof's George Clooney-starring Tomorrowland.

Guillermo del Toro Gets Extra Creepy In Crimson Peak Legendary Pictures has released the trailer for Crimson Peak, a haunting gothic horror story directed by Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth, Pacific Rim).

The Next ‘Friday the 13th’ Won’t Be a Found Footage Film During the 2000s, found footage films became all the rage, particularly in the horror and thriller genres where the technique allowed for an extra layer of “reality” to films.

'Friday the 13th' Remake to Explain Why Jason Never Dies? After several years of delays, Paramount's Friday the 13th reboot is finally back on track, with producers Brad Fuller and Andrew Form revealing last month that they hope to start shooting by the end of this year, with David Bruckner attached to direct. In a new interview with Esquire, Brad Fuller revealed that the script is still being worked on, teasing that it may address how the iconic killer Jason Voorhes is killed at the end of every movie, before coming back to life."There's always been this supernatural aspect to these movies.

Guillermo del Toro Gets Extra Creepy In Crimson Peak Legendary Pictures has released the trailer for Crimson Peak, a haunting gothic horror story directed by Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth, Pacific Rim).

'Poltergeist' remake trailer raises the question: Was it worth the trouble? The first trailer for the "Poltergeist" remake has dropped, and it looks...pretty much like the same movie as Tobe Hooper's 1982 original, actually. So what was the point of remaking it at all?http://www.hitfix.com

They’re Back: The First Trailer for the Poltergeist Remake is Better and More Familiar Than Expected It’s here! The full trailer for the Poltergeist remake, and it sure does look almost like a note for note rehash of the original 1982 horror blockbuster. It also doesn’t look nearly as bad or, perhaps more importantly, as toned down and family friendly as we all expected.

First Images From the Poltergeist Reboot They're heeeeeere. Again.You just can’t keep a good – well, evil – group of otherworldly spirits down. Not content with invading our world back in the 1982 original (and two sequels), the telly-obsessed terrors of Poltergeist are back in a new, rebooted version of the original tale from producer Sam Raimi and director Gil Kenan. USA Today has landed the first images from the new movie.

'Poltergeist' Remake is an Adventure Movie About Child Abduction… You Know, For Kids One of the more curious horror releases arriving this year is the remake of ‘Poltergeist,’ starring Sam Rockwell, Rosemarie DeWitt, and Jared Harris. Remake or no, that is one enticing cast of talented people. The remake is based on the 1982 horror classic directed by Tobe Hooper and produced by Steven Spielberg, and up until now, we haven’t known a whole lot about it—aside from the fact that it will be presented in 3D (insert eye roll). A new interview with Rockwell provides some new details about the project, and doesn’t make it sound all that scary. Continue reading…

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