Pretty newcomer Jordan Trovillion will soon be seen opposite Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton, and John Leguizamo in director Brad Anderson’s (Sessions 9) upcoming last-people-on-earth frightener The Vanishing on Seventh Street.
While it’s unclear what part the 24-year-old actress will play in the thriller, the fact that the film’s website doesn’t list her in its cast credits regretfully suggests that she may only have a short amount of screen time.
That would be a shame considering her ModelMayhem page cites Trovillion as having five years stage combat experience, including broadsword, dual wakizashi, pistols, and hand-to-hand. In other words, kitten got claws.
But, let’s hope for the best. And, if she is in the flick for a nano-second, may it be as the naked girl that wakes up next to the dude who goes on to save the world.
Warner Bros. is finally pulling the trigger on promotional material for its upcoming Jonah Hex film adaptation, starring Josh Brolin, Megan Fox, John Malkovich, and Michael Fassbender.
Just a day ago, we saw a stroke-worthy photo of star Megan Fox in a corset, thigh-high boots, and wielding a hatchet. Now, we have sexy and glossy poster featuring Fox as Hex’s hooker-girlfriend Leila.
The studio also released posters showcasing the film’s vagina-less stars.
IFC has picked up the North American distribution rights to director Josh Reed’s Primal, a brutal and gory survival-frightener set in Australia.
An ecstatic Reed tells Fearnet:
IFC’s a great company with a great eclectic vision that includes a taste for the weird and blood-soaked wonderful. Primal couldn’t be in better hands.
Primal centers on a group of friends that turn savage after skinny-dipping in a remote waterhole during an expedition to find an aboriginal painting. Aussie babes Zoe Tuckwell-Smith and Krew Boylan headline.
Imagine living in a city where the police serve as your judge, jury and executioner. What’s that? You’ve been to Los Angeles?
Well, then you’ll feel right at home watching director Pete Travis’ (Vantage Point) ode to Mega City One and its notorious law enforcer Judge Dredd, the U.K.’s most brutal comic strip character.
Adapted by screenwriter Alex Garland (28 Days Later, 28 Weeks Later), Judge Dreddfollows “Judge” Joe Dredd as he brings down the hammer on lawbreakers found in the dystopian metropolis known as Mega City One.
Unlike the 1995 Sylvester Stallone vehicle, the new Judge Dredd film aims to be true-to-the-source-material.
Says Garland, via press release:
I grew up reading Judge Dredd. The incredible writers and artists of 2000 AD were formative influences on me.
Andrew [Macdonald], Allon [Reich] and I have developed this adaptation of Judge Dredd with an emphasis on adrenaline and realism, but with all the scale and spectacle of Mega-City One.
We think Pete’s propulsive, edgy style is a perfect match for the project.
I just hope there still a part for comedy genius Rob Schneider in the remake. I think he’s at least earned himself a cameo.
Judge Dredd is budgeted at $45 million and will be released in 3-D through Reliance Big Pictures.