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FearNet talked to Danielle Panabaker about her latest film: Dimension Films’ Piranha 3DD! This will clear out some rumors about Danielle’s role in the film:
What drew you to Piranha 3DD?
It was an opportunity to work with the Weinstein Company. They make fantastic movies so it was great to do business with them. There is a certain comedic element to the film that I hadn’t had a chance to do recently. There are some really talented comedians in the cast. It was a lot of fun.
Can you tell us about your role?
The movie takes place in a water park. My character’s step-father owns the park, and she is coming to work there over the summer. And fishy things start to happen…!
Piranha 3D was all about the T&A and the blood. Can we expect more of the same?
You can expect exactly the same! I don’t know that we went through quite as much blood as they did in the first one. Our set was more confined, since it was in a water park instead of Lake Havasu. There is lots of T&A. From my first scene, there is a lot of that going on, and it just continues throughout. It will not disappoint.
So does that mean you are nude in this one?
No. Absolutely not. I do spend a fair amount of the movie in my bikini, though.
Was it fun shooting in a water park? Did you get to play on the slides?
It was really fun. I have to say, I had the best time. We shot at this one park for like three weeks. John [Gulager, the director] showed us around when we got there. The water park also had an arcade attached to it. On our last day of shooting, David Hasselhoff had given us all “Don’t Hassle the Hoff” shirts. So of course, when we wrapped filming, we decided we wanted to put them on and play laser tag. We had been there for three weeks and we couldn’t get enough of that place. A huge thank you to the people of Jungle Rapids for taking such good care of us.
And you are done with filming?
Yes. We wrapped… about a month ago.
Piranha 3DD shows its teeth on November 23!
Danielle Panabaker was in Park City, Utah this week. I’ve updated the gallery with a picture of her taking part in the “Zero Motivation” Director Workshop at Sundance on June 21st. “Zero Motivation” might actually be a new project of Danielle, there was(is) some shooting involved. We’ll let you know as soon as we hear anything about it!
Check your cable listings, John Carpenter’s The Ward starts on VOD today! Via director John Carpenter:
If you can’t find “The Ward” on your cable service, it’s on Netflix, VOD starting today!
Here’s the trailer if you haven’t seen it yet, you can see it in full HD @ iTunes Movie Trailers.
A profile piece on Joel Soisson appeared on Star News Online, who caught up to the producer on the set of Piranha 3Dd . Soisson described the sequel: “This one is so outlandish in places. I hope it works because it really pushes all the boundaries slightly pushed in the first one.”
John Gulager directs this time out with Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton on script duties – the same triumvirate that gave us the Feast trilogy…and we now how nutty that got. The film apparently wrapped on May 27, so it is well on its way to its November 23 release date.
Danielle Panabaker, Gary Busey and Chris Zylka star.
John Carpenter’s The Ward will be available on VOD on June 8th, 2011, and in theatres July 8th, 2011. Would rather hold out for the DVD or Blu-ray? You’ll find it in stores on August 16th.
You can already pre-order your copy on Amazon.Com!
Amber Heard, Danielle Panabaker, Lyndsy Fonseca, and Jared Harris star.
The US trailer for John Carpenter’s The Ward has finally hit the web, check it out below. It is the exact same trailer used for the UK release except for some audio, a couple of logos and an edited shot in the end.
Now remember how we told you the theatrical release was going to be limited? Check out the official Cinedigm website for a list of confirmed locations, so far only 10 are shown. We’ll keep you posted on this.
The Ward stars Amber Heard, Danielle Panabaker and Mamie Gummer. It hits select US theaters on July 8, 2011. But expect a VOD release before, on June 8!
Another still of Danielle Panabaker looking frightened as Sarah, “a snobbish girl who flirts with orderlies and faces electroshock therapy” in John Carpenter’s The Ward. As the release date gets closer more and more promotional material will be released so be sure to stay tuned!
The Ward hits US theaters on July 8, 2011!
The new one-sheet for John Carpenter’s The Ward has been released, the official poster for the highly anticipated release of the film. An exciting, much better design than the one being used to promote the film around the globe if you ask me, and rightfully giving credit to Danielle Panabaker and the rest of the stars, including: Amber Heard, Mamie Gummer, Laura-Leigh, Lyndsy Fonseca and Jared Harris. More information can be found here.
The Ward will be available on VOD this June 8, with a limited theatrical run slated for July 8, 2011.
Sorry for the late news! UK fans can now enjoy a special early release of John Carpenter’s The Ward on Sky Box Office. This is available to anyone with SKY but you can also create an account and simply pay per view, you can even watch it online. For a video tutorial on how to use SKY Box Office visit this website.
This is, unfortunately, only available for UK viewers. The rest of us will have to wait for our respective release dates. For a full list of upcoming (known) release dates click here.
In the US, The Ward will get a VOD (Video On Demand) release on June 8, followed by a limited theatrical release on July 8, 2011.
But if you live in Seattle you have the chance to see an advance screening during the Seattle International Film Festival. More information can be found here.
It’s official guys, John Carpenter’s The Ward will be hitting US theaters and homes this summer!
Just as I stated before, the release will have three parts: