‘Fright Night’ Photos with David Tennant as Peter Vincent

Anton Yelchin and Toni Collette also appear in these new shots from Craig Gillespie's horror remake about a teenager who suspects his neighbor is a vampire.
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DreamWorks Pictures has released two new photos from the upcoming horror remake Fright Night, which hits theaters nationwide on August 19. Click on the photos below, which feature a first look at David Tennant as the Vampire hunting illusionist Peter Vincent, alongside Anton Yelchin as Charlie and Toni Collette as his Mom, to access our gallery.

http://movieweb.com/movie/fright-night-2011/photos/PG6ISCtwMhgoa6/David Tenannt as Peter Vincent

http://movieweb.com/movie/fright-night-2011/photos/PG6ISCtwMhgoa6/Anton Yelchin and Toni Collette

Fright Night was released August 19th, 2011.

Sources: DreamWorks Pictures

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  • mr-jellyfish • 4 years ago

    At least it's keeping it's sense of fun, unlike most horror remakes these days


    • equialuv • 4 years ago

      YES YES YES!!!!! so excited to see David Tennant! he is awesome!


      • messiahbolical • 4 years ago

        Definitely taking a different approach to the character... I'm somewhat skeptical but I'm sure it will be at least decent.


        • lilzook • 4 years ago

          they are going to ruin a classic..plain and simple


          • ledouchee • 4 years ago

            Tennant is going to steal this movie.


            • skywise • 4 years ago

              David Tennant is awesome in this role. i cant ait to see the final product.


              • cheetoboy • 4 years ago

                This is the new Peter Vincent? Obviously they wanted a more edgier Vampire Hunter, compared to the middle aged Vincent from the 80s one. Hopefully, he can be just as enthusiastic, or even better.


                • seawolf63 • 4 years ago

                  I am not feeling this new version, nor the new Peter Vincent, however, it is reasonable to hold my judgement until the film is released. I really love the original classic horror films of decades past. I am not a fan of remakes/reboots in general, but there are some exceptions, such as Carpenter's remake of "The Thing", comes to mind. My worst nightmare of a remake would have to be if Hollywood took on "JAWS".... I would definitely call a Jihad..... Perhaps I should start a thread on this, but I would imagine it has been done to death, because this is a usual hot topic.


                  • SherlockHolmes2009 • 4 years ago

                    So so


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