‘HALLOWEEN 3-D’ HAS A DIRECTOR

Tuesday, September 8 by
 
Rumors flew last week that Steve Miner would be sitting in the director’s chair for next summer’s Halloween 3-D. Not so much, it turns out. Patrick Lussier has been confirmed as the writer/director who will be spraying CGI blood at audiences. This is a bad move but not an unexpected one. His last film, My Bloody Valentine made big money at the box office due to its 3-D presentation despite the fact that the storytelling was terrible in every way, shape, and form. You should also note that H3 doesn’t have a script or cast in place and is expected on screens in less than a year. Might be wise to avoid this one and play outside instead. You know, where everything is in 3-D. (First Showing)
 
Get back to goofing off at work with these morning links…
 
"Rampage" Jackson WILL play B.A. Baracus but will he get his own cereal?. (Latino Review)
David Gordon Green to remake Suspiria. Will Danny McBride battle witches? (Empire)
Interesting tweets from Kevin Smith’s Labor Day Q&A. (/Film)
Spike Jonze almost directed Ace Ventura 2. (NY Mag)
Lorne Michaels issues pink slips. (Comic’s Comic)

 
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