A re-telling of Stephen King's story about a boy preacher named Isaac who goes to a town in Nebraska called Gatlin and gets all of the children to murder every adult in town.
The Weinstein Company has altered its release calender for 2011, with the most notable change being Apollo 18's shift into 2012. The Timur Bekmambetov-produced found-footage project was set to debut in less than a month, on April 22, and now it will be released on January 6, 2012. No other movies have been slated for release on January 6 yet.
The studio also moved Piranha 3DD from September 16 to November 23. The 3D sequel would have squared off against Drive, Johnny English Reborn, and Straw Dogs on September 16. Now it will face Hugo Cabret, Arthur Christmas, Project X, and The Muppets.Read More
David Anders, Kandyse McClure, Preston Bailey and Daniel Newman have boarded Sci Fi Channel's Children of the Corn remake into a two-hour telefilm.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the movie is based on the Stephen King novel and features Anders (NBC's Heroes) and McClure (Sci Fi's Battlestar Galactica) as Burt and Vicky, a couple with marital problems whose attempt at a second-honeymoon driving trip ends up taking them into a seemingly deserted rural community that conceals a grim secret among its rows of tall corn. Bailey (Showtime's Dexter) plays boy preacher Isaac, while Newman (NBC's Surface) plays his rebellious right-hand man Malachai.Read More