Back in September, we reported that IFC Films has acquired the distribution rights for the highly-anticipated Cabin Fever remake, which was directed by Travis Zariwny, a.k.a. Travis Z. The announcement revealed the studio would release this horror movie in 2016, although a specific release date was not given. Today we have the first official photo from this remake, which has been given a February 12 release date, putting it up against Deadpool, How to Be Single and Zoolander 2.
Executive producer Eli Roth presents this reboot of his instant classic gorefest, which features all new characters and all new kills. This story is familiar: fresh out of college, a group of five friends retreat to a remote cabin in the woods for one last week of partying- only to become snacks for a gruesome, flesh-eating virus. What's surprising are the ingenious new deaths, which offer a fresh spin on a horror-comedy milestone. The photo offers our first look at The Bunny Man, although, much like the original film, we don't know who actually plays him. It was never revealed who plays The Bunny man in the original, with the role's credit listing reading "We will never tell." Who could be playing The Bunny man in this remake?Read More
A group of college activist's trip to save an endangered tribe in the rain forest takes a horrific turn in the third trailer for director Eli Roth's new thriller The Green Inferno. After being pushed off its September 2014 release date indefinitely, it was announced earlier this month that the gory thriller will be released in theaters on September 25, 2015, with producer Jason Blum's Blumhouse Tilt company stepping in to distribute the film. The horror thriller marks Eli Roth's first directorial outing since Hostel: Part II back in 2007.
Directed and produced by Eli Roth, The Green Inferno follows a group of student activists who travel from New York City to the Amazon to save a tribe from extinction. In an unfortunate twist of fate, when the group arrives, they are taken hostage by the very cannibals they sought to protect. Director Eli Roth also has Knock, Knock starring Keanu Reeves hitting theaters later this year, although a specific release date hasn't been given yet.Read More
Just weeks after Warner Bros. resurrected the shark thriller adaptation Meg, which had been floundering in development for nearly two decades, Eli Roth has entered talks to direct. There is no word when production may begin yet, but it seems this adaptation of Steve Alten's 1997 novel may finally go before cameras in the near future. No cast members have been attached at this time, but that may change soon if Eli Roth's deal is finalized.
The story has been described as "Jurassic Park with a shark," centering on two men who join forces to try and stop a massive giant shark called the Carcharodon megalodon, which was thought to be extinct for over 2 million years, but was unearthed in the deepest part of the ocean known as the Mariana Trench. The shark is said to be one of the most devastating predators in history, spanning up to 60 feet long and weighing 20 tons. The original book, which was published in 1997, is set along the California coastline, but the adaptation will be set off the coast of China, a revision which helped secure Gravity Pictures as co-financiers.Read More
Back in August 2014, less than one month before The Green Inferno was set to hit theaters on September 5, 2014, the movie's release was delayed indefinitely. The movie was pulled due to the financial difficulties of the production company Worldview Entertainment, which had previously committed to providing publicity and advertising for the horror film. But, after Worldview CEO Christopher Woodrow abruptly left the company last summer, several of his "extravagant commitments" were frozen by new CEO Molly Conners.
The Green Inferno, Eli Roth's first directorial effort since 2007's Hostel: Part II, stars Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy, Aaron Burns, Daryl Sabara, Kirby Bliss Blanton and Magda Apanowicz. The story follows a group of college activists who travel to Peru to stage a protest and help save an endangered tribe, only to discover that these natives are actually cannibals. Eli Roth also has Knock, Knock starring Keanu Reeves hitting theaters later this year. The thriller is set for a June 26 release in the U.K., but no U.S. release date has been given. Check out Eli Roth's video with Jason Blum where he announces the release date for The Green Inferno.Read More
The story starts out with a fast food customer at Burger King, who just wants a milkshake. He is taken to see The King, where he learns that Ronald McDonald has kidnapped his daughter, the Dairy Queen, and plans to "milk her dry" before turning her into hamburger meat. This average customer decides to save the Dairy Queen, as the bizarre and outlandish story unfolds. CLICK HERE to take a look at Eli Roth's Student Academy Award-winning short film Restaurant Dogs.
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Fans of horror filmmaker Eli Roth will have to wait a bit longer to watch his first directorial effort in six years, The Green Inferno, after Worldview Entertainment pulled it from their release slate, delaying it indefinitely. The director confirmed the initial report from Deadline, revealing that they are working to resolve this issue immediately.
BREAKING: #TheGreenInferno off the menu for Sept http://t.co/ZTR01Ui2xJ Everyone is working to solve this ASAP. Thank u for understanding!— Eli Roth (@eliroth) August 8, 2014Read More