Dead Mouse Productions and Cult Screenings UK Ltd. have just released an extended trailer for their feature length documentary on the 1990 television mini-series of Stephen King’s It. Featuring interviews with Tim Curry, Tommy Lee Wallace, and nearly all of the series’ living main cast members, the documentary digs into the nitty gritty of what it was like to put together such an iconic production on such a small budget. Turns out, it isn’t very easy to shoot a lengthy feature with so many adolescent leads, and Mr. Curry was happy to egg those rascally kids on in full costume in between cigarette breaks throughout the shoot!
The Toy Vault was a big hit at this past weekend’s Rhode Island Comic Con, where they debuted their first convention exclusive Funko Pop figure. Since their first announcement of their black and white variant based on Tim Curry’s Pennywise from the original It TV movie, fans have been clamoring to get their hands on this elusive figure. Stationed just a short walk away from where Curry met with fans all weekend, The Toy Vault’s sales queue featured the kinds of line-forming stanchions normally reserved for headlining celebrities. Fans waited patiently in line to get their hands on their very own black and white Pennywise all weekend, and they had the opportunity to celebrate their new score with a personal photo op featuring a real-life Pennywise look-alike- complete with colorful balloons and a trademark red nose and hair! The Toy Vault CEO Chris Chilton spoke with Horror News Network at Rhode Island Comic Con about the thought process behind this exciting new Pop figure, The Toy Vault’s charity auction of one of the initial prototypes, and all things Funko Pop! read more
Nearly 35 years after its previous cinematic adaptation, the Clue board game will return to the silver screen! Twentieth Century Fox plans to reboot the franchise in the form of a new movie starring Ryan Reynolds.
Deadline reports that the film is the product of a three-year first look deal that the studio just reached with Reynolds and his Maximum Effort production company. The live-action movie and the umbrella deal it falls under follows Fox’s and Reynolds’ lucrative collaboration on the acclaimed Deadpool franchise. read more
Castle Rock, the upcoming Hulu series which takes place within the world of Stephen King’s storytelling, is looking more and more interesting by the day! The first trailer for the series, which will be produced by J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions, hinted that characters, settings, and themes from all of King’s works may find their way into the new show. As the casting announcements begin to trickle in, we’re also starting to learn that just about any actors from previous films based on Kings work may also find their way into Castle Rock! read more