‘Living Dead 3-D’ Remake Hitting 1,500+ Screens!

Announced here on Bloody-Disgusting months ago was Jeff Broadstreet’s remake of George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead… in 3-D, and when the film was supposed to hit theaters all of a sudden the news stopped flowing in. Of course the first thought was that there was something wrong, but apparently not as the film will hit nearly 1,500 screens in November thanks to Midnight Movies Entertainment! Read on for the skinny…
Variety reports:

As major studios push into 3-D cinema, with projects including Sony’s “Monster House” and Disney’s “Meet the Robinsons,” the indies are getting into the act too.

In November, newly launched distrib Midnight Movies Entertainment rolls out on 1,500 screens a 3-D update of the George A. Romero classic “Night of the Living Dead,” called “Night of the Living Dead 3-D.”

New spin by helmer Jeff Broadstreet and scribe Robert Valding stars Brianna Brown, Joshua DesRoches and Sid Haig.

Midnight is a partnership between Berlin-based Lux Digital Pictures and the Zurich Consulting Group.

Midnight’s distribution team overseeing the horror remake includes former 20th Century Fox exec veep and general sales manager Rick Myerson, who ankled the studio last year, as well as former Fabrication Films prexy Glen Reynolds and onetime Tartan Films exec Bob Myerson.

Pic will preem at the Sept. 8 World 3-D Expo in Hollywood.

Pic was lensed using Dimension 3’s Natural Vision 3-D process. Visit the official website for more info.

Source: Variety