Sam Raimi News
8:40 PM 11/5/2013 by Jeff Giles
Hey, remember when Bruce Campbell said he was probably reuniting with Sam Raimi for an Army of Darkness sequel? Because it seems like he doesn't.
12:53 PM 10/28/2013 by Binh Ngo
Bruce Campbell has said he's returning to play Ash in Army of Darkness 2, so what about Sam Raimi? Will he return to direct? The answer is yes, according to Fede Alvarez.
deadline.com – So says Fede Alvarez, the Uruguayan director who helmed Sony’s TriStar/FilmDistrict/Ghost House #1 box office hit Evil Dead remake earlier this year. Asked if he’d be directing Army Of Darkness 2, a sequel to 1992′s time-traveling Evil Dead threequel, he Tweeted that it’ll be original Evil Dead maestro Raimi in the director’s chair. 19 weeks 2 days ago via jetli
10:17 AM 10/21/2013 by Jeff Giles
Yeah, it's been more than 20 years since Bruce Campbell appeared as the deadite-slaying Ash in Army of Darkness. So what? That doesn't mean we aren't going to get the sequel we've been hoping for since 1992 -- at least, not if we can take Campbell at his word.
feedproxy.google.com – Once upon a time, Sam Raimi wanted to call his third Deadite-killing expedition Medieval Dead, and briefly flirted with the title Evil Dead III: Army of Darkness, before simply releasing the movie as Army of Darkness in 1992. There’s no question that the film is a sequel to Evil Dead II; it uses Bruce Campbell as the same lead character, Ash, and involves many familiar Evil Dead elements. 1 year 18 hours ago via brucelee
bleedingcool.com – The stats are in and it’s official: Oz The Great and Powerful is a smash hit. I expect it’s really rather likely that Disney will push their sequel plans all the way to fruition but when they do, will they still have director Sam Raimi on side? Well, that’s looking much less likely. 1 year 3 days ago via donnieyen
1:32 PM 3/8/2013 by Sara Vizcarrondo
If it’s true that every story, especially reboots, face pressure to be knowingly meta, Oz The Great and Powerful has a “get out of jail free” card. A prequel, of sorts, to the 1939 Technicolor musical, The Wizard of Oz, this extended metaphor about the magic of illusion and richness of fantasy has nothing to bring it back to the ground.
5:50 PM 3/6/2013 by Binh Ngo
Sam Raimi was once attached to direct the big screen adaptation of Blizzard Entertainment's popular video game World of Warcraft, which at its peak had over 12 million monthly subscribers. We found out last year during the San Diego Comic-Con that he's off the project.
fb.indiewire.com – It's unfortunate that director Andrew Stanton has to deal with his $250 million-budgeted “John Carter” being synonymous with high-stakes cinematic failure, but such are the risks that come with the gamble. Bryan Singer is the latest to join the club however, after “Jack the Giant Slayer” ($195 million) swiftly bombed at the box office this past weekend, earning just $27.2 million. 1 year 5 days ago via jackiechan