Warner Bros. Pictures is lining up their slate for 2011 and will kick the year off with not one, but two horror films. The long-delayed Dark Castle production The Factory, which stars John Cusack as a cop who goes all out to get the killer of his daughter, has been completely removed from their plans. Taking its place will be The Rite, arriving in theaters January 28, 2011. Starring Anthony Hopkins, the story centers on a disillusioned American seminary student who attends exorcism school at the Vatican and ultimately finds his faith through encounters with demonic forces. Lastly, Warners locked down a January 7, 2011 date for Unknown White Male, the latest genre film from House of Wax and Orphan director Jaume Collet-Serra. Get more info on each title by clicking above.
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