In a fascinating LA Times article about the Weinsteins (that also quotes me out of context), the company reveals plans to release the hotly anticipated Piranha 3DD – the sequel top Alex Aja’s remake that reteams Feast director John Gulagar with writers Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan – simultaneously in theaters and via video-on-demand at a to-be-determined date. Check out the exciting new trailer inside.
They also reveal plans for a new low-budget, action-horror movie from the producer of Paranormal Activity and the director of Priest. The Scott Charles Stewart-directed Dark Skies will go into production this summer with financing from Canada’s Alliance Films.
You can read the article in its entirety here.
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