*Updated with cleaner image than originally posted. Using The Hunger Games as hype, Relativity has also unloaded the first ever look at Jennifer Lawrence in the Mark Tonderai-directed House at the End of the Street. The PG-13 horror flick opening September 26 “centers on a teen girl (Lawrence) who moves with her mom to a new town and learns that their home is across the street from a house where a double murder took place. Complications ensue when the teen befriends the massacre’s sole surviving son (Max Thieriot). Elisabeth Shue costars as Lawrence’s mom.”
Magnet has announced that [REC]3 Genesis, directed solo by Paco Plaza, and starring Leticia Dolera and Diego Martin, will arrive via On Demand August 3 with a theatrical run planned for September 7. Click here to read our review out of the SXSW premiere.
Angela Robinson, the co-executive producer of HBO’s “True Blood” and “Hung,” has sold an untitled supernatural teen thriller pitch to Paramount, says Deadline. Robinson, who wrote and directed the film D.E.B.S. and directed Herbie Fully Loaded, will write the script and produce with the Grady Twins’ Dawn Olmstead and Marti Noxon (“Mad Men” and Fright Night).
Lastly, below you’ll find the latest TV Spot for Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, the Alien prequel in theaters June 8 from Fox that begins when “a team of explorers discover a clue to the origins of mankind on Earth, leading them on a thrilling journey to the darkest corners of the universe. There, they must fight a terrifying battle to save the future of the human race.”
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