Now we’re talking! Gearing up for the EFM in Berlin, we just got our grubber little mitts on the first ever images from Darren Lynn Bousman’s latest genre film, 11-11-11, which is currently lensing in Spain for release here in the States on November 11, 2011 (yeah, yeah!) It is being sold by Epic Pictures Group.
The images give us a taste and a feel for the “look” of the religious thriller, but it doesn’t share anything too revealing. I can’t wait to see the backbone show itself.
Timothy Gibbs, Michael Landes, Wendy Glenn, Lluis Soler, Ángela Rosal, Brendan Price, Salomé Jimenez, Benjamin Cook, Montse Alcoverro all star in the flick that will take on the idea of 11 gates of Heaven and how on 11:11 on the 11th day of the 11th month, the 11th gate will open up and something from another world will enter the earthly realm for 49 minutes. Bousman is the director of Saw II-IV, Mother’s Day and Repo! The Genetic Opera.
“After the tragic death of his wife and child, famed American author Joseph Crone travels from the United States to Barcelona, Spain to reunite with his enstranged brother Samuel and dying father, Richard. However, fate has a different plan for Joseph as his life becomes plagued with strange happenings, and the constant sightings of the number 11. Curiosity quickly turns to obsession, and Joseph soon realizes that this number holds a horrific meaning not only to himself but possibly to all of religion. Isolated in a foreign country with only the support of his companion, Sadie, Joseph soon realizes that 11/11/11 is more than just a date, it’s a WARNING!”
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