Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Meet Prince Caspian

The Chronicles of Narnia Production blog introduces us to Ben Barnes, who plays Prince Caspian in the upcoming, and much anticipated, movie. Our first look at the movie! Click here to view the entry.

Monday, July 23, 2007

The List movie news

The List movie based on the novel by Robert Whitlow has an official release date. According to a post on the film's official MySpace page, The List will open August 10, 2007 exclusively at the Ballantyne Village Theater in Charlotte, NC.

There's a ton of information to be found about the film (including some cool photos and a video preview) at the Myspace page, so check it out here and add them as your "friend".


News of his father's death and a secret inheritance tied to a clandestine society promises to change Renny Jacobson's life forever. How could he know that his life and the life of the woman he loves depend on supernatural deliverance from the curse of THE LIST.

Based on the book by best-selling author Robert Whitlow comes the thrilling tale of good versus evil.

Genre: Supernatural Thriller/Drama/Romance

Running Time: 1 hour 47 minutes.

Starring: Malcolm McDowell, Chuck Carrington, Hilarie Burton and Will Patton

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

The Dark Is Rising movie trailer

Another Walden Media production coming this October is The Dark Is Rising. Based on the novel by Susan Cooper, looks like another winner of a film. Perhaps the next Harry Potter franchise?

Watch the trailer at the official website here. Or at Walden Media here. Or just watch it below:

Monday, July 16, 2007

The Water Horse movie

A fun, family-friendly movie from Walden Media is coming this winter. The Water Horse reminds us of Eragon in some ways, Pete's Dragon in others. Watch the trailer at the Apple site here. Or visit Walden Media's page for the movie here (they also have the trailer).

Friday, July 13, 2007

The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything trailer

Coming in 2008, the Veggie Tales pirates movie The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything. Here's the trailer:

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Robert Liparulo movie news

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – In a unique twist on the film option process, THOMAS NELSON has announced that their leading thriller author Robert Liparulo (COMES A HORSEMAN, GERM) is partnering with director Andrew Davis (THE GUARDIAN, THE FUGITIVE, HOLES) on a new thriller to be developed into both a movie and a novel. Mike Medavoy’s Phoenix Pictures (ZODIAC, STEALTH, THE SIXTH DAY) has optioned the movie rights for the yet-to-be-titled project, which Thomas Nelson will publish.

“Robert Liparulo and Andrew Davis is a match made in storytelling heaven,” says Liparulo’s publisher Allen Arnold. “Liparulo writes extraordinarily exciting suspense and action stories and few filmmakers have done better in that genre than Davis.”

Liparulo and Davis will co-write the screenplay, which Liparulo will solely pen into a novel. The plot centers on a military construction project in Illinois where evidence of the oldest known settlement in the Western Hemisphere is uncovered. Soon after, the lead archeologist makes an even more startling discovery: the remains of a recent murder victim. Fearing that an investigation will jeopardize the archeological treasures of the site, he and his team - accustomed to piecing together clues to solve mysteries - decide to investigate on their own. What they uncover is a conspiracy bigger than they could have ever possibly guessed, one that threatens thousands of lives and the U.S. government itself.

“Thomas Nelson is focused on entertainment driven properties,” Arnold continued. “This project is a natural given Liparulo’s acclaimed writing and the connection with top Hollywood talent who are committed to making this into a movie before it is even written.”

Read our interview with Robert Liparulo here.
Read our review of Germ here.

Tuesday, July 3, 2007

The Redemption of Sarah Cain movie news

Michael Landon Jr.'s movie adaptation of Beverly Lewis' novel The Redemption of Sarah Cain has been sold to Lifetime by FoxFaith. This means the movie will no longer be released in theaters, but it will have a broader audience when it appears on Lifetime.

August 19th is the current air date, but this isn't firm.

To watch a featurette about the making of the film, go to the FoxFaith movie website, click on The Redemption of Sarah Cain and you'll find a link beneath the synopsis saying "featurette".