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According to Big Daddy John Carpenter’s The Ward has been rated R for violence and disturbing images:
Well the MPAA has just handed down ratings for… The Ward from legendary horror director John Carpenter (Halloween). This will mark John Carpenter’s first effort in about a decade after he toke a break from directing after Ghosts of Mars. Ghosts of Mars proved to be a huge flop at the box office and bombed with critics, despite a stellar cast that included Ice Cube, Natasha Henstridge and Pam Grier.
The Ward is rated R for violence and disturbing images. The Ward currently has no announced date as of this press. It is still to be seen if The Ward will merit a direct to video or theatrical release.
We’ve also updated the gallery with one new production still featuring beautiful Danielle Panabaker as Sarah!
Here’s a small interview with John Carpenter, director of Danielle’s latest horror flick The Ward.
And last but not least, here’s the first TV promo for The Shunning. It’s starting to grow on me, not exactly my type of movie but still… it looks interesting. And fans of the book are very happy with the promotional material released so far!
The gallery has been updated with screencaptures of the promo as well:
The gallery has been updated with over 200 pictures of Danielle Panabaker’s latest TV movie: The Shunning. The following albums have been updated:
x001 – The Shunning > Production Stills (Thanks to Christian)
x001 – The Shunning > Promotional Photoshoot (Thanks to Christian)
x066 – The Shunning > On Location Featurette
x171 – The Shunning > Video Interviews
Hallmark Movie Channel has released an On Location Featurette for upcoming movie The Shunning, starring Danielle Panabaker. Be sure to check it out below.
Also, you can check out 5 video interviews with Danielle Panabaker! She talks about her character, working with director Michael Landon Jr. and her biggest challenges as an actress. You can see all of the videos in our YouTube Channel.
The Ward will also have a couple of screenings during the Philadelphia CineFest, which runs April 7 – April 14, 2011. The film will be presented as part of the Danger After Dark section of the festival:
Friday April 8 – 10:00 PM – Ritz East Theater
Saturday April 9 – Midnight – Ritz East Theater
The festival website will be open this coming Monday, March 21 for ticket sales and further information.
More information on The Ward and Danielle’s role, Sarah, can be found here.
The Ward will have two screenings during the Dallas International Film Festival as part of the Midnight Specials:
Friday April 1 – Midnight – Landmark’s Magnolia
Monday April 4 – 10:00 PM – Angelika Film Center
You can now purchase tickets for any of the screenings here.
More information on the film and Danielle’s role, Sarah, can be found here.
The Ward will be making its US debut next month as part of the 2011 Dallas International Film Festival, which runs March 31 – April 11. Here’s part of the official press release:
The DALLAS International Film Festival presented by Cadillac will run March 31 – April 10, 2011. Passes are currently on sale, tickets go on sale March 17. Passes and tickets will be made available via online (www.dallasfilm.org), and phone:
THE WARD (USA)
Director: John Carpenter
A disheveled and disoriented girl sets fire to an abandoned farmhouse and is sent to a psychiatric ward without knowing why or how she got there. She soon discovers that THE WARD has a dark secret at its core that freezes the other girls into silence and she’s determined to get out, even if it’s alone. Stars Amber Heard, Lyndsy Fonseca and Danielle Panabaker.
This is my favorite poster so far, it actually gives me the creeps. But I still think they can do something way better for the film’s US release, which is still listed for April 15th, even though it hasn’t been confirmed yet.
However, italian fans will be able to catch Danielle’s latest work on the big screen very soon. The Ward opens in Italy cinemas this coming April 1, 2011!
Enjoy the artwork, we’ll keep you posted on the US release.