Posted by LiveFor on November 26, 2009
The last surviving descendants of three legendary clans are continuously transported to other dimensions to test their martial arts skills against an evil force that seeks to invade and infect the real world.
It stars Ray Park, Maggie Q and Sean Faris.
Source: Quiet Earth
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Posted by LiveFor on August 27, 2009
Here is our first look at Cam Gigandet and Paul Bettany as they filmed action scenes for Priest on location in Long Beach, CA.
This is based on the comic and is a post-apocalyptic horror thriller set in a world ravaged by war between man and vampires. A priest (Paul Bettany) goes against the church to track down a band of vampires who have kidnapped his niece. The movie also stars Maggie Q, Karl Urban, Stephen Moyer and Lily Collins.
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Posted by LiveFor on August 21, 2009
Karl Urban will play the villain in Screen Gems’ Priest, a post-apocalyptic horror thriller that Scott Stewart will direct.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the story was adapted by Cory Goodman from a TokyoPop comic, and is set in a world ravaged by war between man and vampires. Paul Bettany stars as a warrior priest and vampire fighter who teams with a sheriff (Cam Gigandet) and warrior priestess (Maggie Q) to track down a murderous band of vampires who have kidnapped his niece.
Urban plays Black Hat, the evil leader of the bloodsuckers who was once a priest and hunter but now fancies himself a god of vampires.
Priest begins production next week in Los Angeles.
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Posted by LiveFor on December 13, 2008
Odette Yustman (Cloverfield, The Unborn) talked to ComingSoon about her next film, “a small, dry-wit, dark comedy about a group of assassins, they’re all based on Tarot card names.” It is called Rogue’s Gallery and also stars Adam Scott, Ving Rhames, Ellen Barkin, Maggie Q, and comedians Jeffrey Tambor, Zach Galifianakis and Rob Corddry. “It’s funny in that way that it’s kind’ve gory, but hilarious in the way the situations come about because I get to work with great comedic actors,” Yustman explains. Which, to me, sounds like it could be very embarrasing to watch.
Yustman’s character in the film is named Temperence, “and each of us have different functions and things we have to do,” she explains. “We’re hired by the government, we’re this underground society, and we’re basically sent to kill whoever we have to kill. And one day this new hire comes in and we wind up having to kill each other. I got to do some fight training and some of my own stunts. That was my dream role. I get to kick ass, be funny, kill people with a paper cutter blade.”
The script was written by two newcomers, Brian Watanabe and Abe Levy, and it’s being directed by another first-timer, Fouad Mikati.
Comedy film about assassins with a supernatural tint to it – good or bad?
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