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Midnight Meat Train director Ryûhei Kitamura is set to direct the horror thriller No One Lives for WWE Studios, which actor Luke Evans joined over the weekend.
This will be WWE Studios first thriller since Superstar Kane starred in the slasher flick See No Evil back in 2006. No One Lives, one of nine movies WWE plans to have in theaters by the end of 2012, follows a group of roving killers who pick up a young couple on the highway, only to learn that one of these newly weds isn't who they appear to be. Luke Evans is set to play one of the villains.Read More
The romance anthology Paris, je t'aime is getting a horror spoof entitled Paris I'll Kill You, which has collected genre directors old and new in hopes of launching an on-going franchise. Cult icon Joe Dante (The Hole, Gremlins) and emerging horror-action fave Xavier Gens (Hitman, Frontière(s)) have joined the likes of Paco Plaza ([Rec]), Vincenzo Natali (Splice), and Ryûhei Kitamura (Midnight Meat Train) in bringing this look at the seedier side of France to the big screen.
This team is also joined by international auteurs Christopher Smith (Creep, Severance) and the duo Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo (Inside). The movie, which will tie various different thriller vignettes together under one-roof ala Paris, je t'aime, will be, much like that film and its spin-off New York, I Love You, the first in a "horror city" series that looks at various gruesome happenings in different cities across the planet. And like Paris, je t'aime, Paris I'll Kill You will head to New York next, followed by Shanghai and Jerusalem.Read More
Bloody-Disgusting is reporting that sources from the Cannes Film Festival are saying that director Ryûhei Kitamura will be directing Black Friday 3D. Lindsay Lohan (Machete) is going to star in this project.
Ryûhei Kitamura is most well known for projects like Clive Barker's The Midnight Meat Train and Azumi.Read More