Over the years Thomas Jane has built quite a following, hitting a high point around Frank Darabont’s The Mist. Next up for the cigar-chomping toughie is a werewolf movie entitled The Lycan. Details are slim, but here’s the breaking news.
“I’m doing a werewolf movie called, ‘The Lycan,’ which is a gothic werewolf romance set in the late 1700s. It’s fuckin’ cool,” Jane tells Collider. “It’s basically ‘Alien,’ set in a castle, with werewolves.”
It sounds more like Underworld, set in another castle, without vampires.
Thomas Jane (HBO’s “Hung,” The Punisher) stars in and makes his directorial debut with this suspenseful horror thriller. Also starring Lauren German (Hostel: Part II) and Ron Perlman (Hellboy II: The Golden Army).
Two honeymooners rescue a mysterious car crash survivor in the Las Vegas desert. But their decision to save the man becomes increasingly regrettable when he turns on them, forcing the newlyweds to do the unthinkable. In a blur of paranormal chaos, the couple must take drastic measures to cover up their actions from the local police, ultimately leading each character to an inescapable fate.
In the film Lieutenant Mitch Hunter (Jane) is a 23rd century Marine who tries to save Earth by leading a band of soldiers against evil NecroMutants. Perlman portrays the leader of a religious sect who thinks he can destroy the mutants and save the planet, recruiting Hunter to join him.
A freak storm unleashes a species of blood-thirsty creatures on a small town, where a small band of citizens hole-up in a supermarket and fight for their lives.
The film revolves around a group of friends who escape to a modern-day Woodstock concert for a weekend of debauchery, only to be stalked by a fanatical killer determined to finish what he started years earlier.
After his wife and family are killed, G-Man Frank Castle (Jane) takes it upon himself to rid America of crime by acting as judge, jury and executioner. Based on the Marvel Comics hero.