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Extremely sad news for all of us expecting to finally see John Carpenter’s The Ward this month.
Warner Bros told Dan of the Geek:
“The current Blu-ray and DVD configurations of The Ward are not in the preferred aspect ratio of Warner Home Video UK. In order to release The Ward in the theatrically shot aspect ratio of 2.35 we are moving the release date to October 10th 2011.”
Those are five months right there. It is a lot better than releasing the film in the wrong aspect ratio, but it’s still a long time. Guess we’ll have to wait for the US DVD/Blu-ray release in August now.
The Ward will have two screenings during the Seattle International Film Festival as part of the Midnight Adrenaline, To the Extreme Pathway and Northwest Connections programs:
Saturday May 21 - 11:59 PM – Egyptian Theatre
Thursday May 26 – 10:30 PM – Neptune Theatre
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.
Also, to celebrate the release of John Carpenter’s The Ward, FilmShaft.Com is giving UK residents the chance to win a copy of the film on Blu-ray. For your chance of winning just click here!
A region-free Blu-ray and region 2 DVD will be released on May 16, 2011. You may also pre-order your copy on Amazon.co.uk!
The Ward will hit limited US theaters this summer, followed by a Blu-ray and DVD release on August 2, 2011.
John Carpenter’s The Ward will be playing at the 2011 Seattle International Film Festival, which runs May 19 – June 12, 2011. We’ll keep you posted on the screening times. In the mean time enjoy two new stills of the film featuring beautiful Danielle Panabaker (Spoiler warning).
The Ward will hit limited theaters this summer, followed by a Blu-ray and DVD release on August 2, 2011.
But if you’re lucky enough to live in the UK, a region-free Blu-ray and region 2 DVD will be released on May 16, 2011. You may also pre-order your copy on Amazon.co.uk!
As we mentioned before Danielle Panabaker is currently in Wilmington, North Carolina shooting Piranha 3DD. It seems she took a day off her busy schedule to attend and host the 11th Annual Cape Fear Independent Film Festival (located in Wilmington) along with her The Shunning co-star David Topp. We’ll post pictures of the event as soon as we get them. In the meantime, here’s a short video:
Dimension Films has officially started production on the sequel to Piranha 3D.
New York, NY, April 25, 2011 – After earning rave reviews from top critics and wild cheers from audiences around the country, Dimension Films has started production on the sequel to PIRANHA 3D.
“There’s something in the water… again. And this time no one is safe from the flesh eating fish as they sink their razor sharp teeth into the visitors of the best summer attraction, The Big Wet Water Park.“
Principal photography is now underway in Wilmington, NC on Piranha 3DD, being directed by John Gulager (Feast).
Featuring a talented ensemble cast including Danielle Panabaker (The Crazies, Friday the 13th), Matt Bush (Adventureland), Chris Zylka (The Amazing Spider-Man), David Koechner (Anchorman), Meagan Tandy (Unstoppable), Paul James Jordan, Jean-Luc Bilodeau, Hector Jimenez, Adrian Martinez, Clu Gulager and more cast to be announced soon.
Piranha 3DD is a Dimension Films release, produced by Mark Canton, Marc Toberoff and Joel Soisson. Executive producer Chako van Leeuwen; Co-Produced by Pete Goldfinger and Josh Stolberg.
Piranha 3DD shows its teeth in theaters nationwide on November 23, 2011. The feast is on this Thanksgiving.
Sources: Bloody Disgusting, ShockTillYouDrop, Dread Central.
Danielle Panabaker attended the T-Mobile Sidekick 4G launch celebration on April 20, 2011 in Beverly Hills, California. Over 60 photos have been added to the gallery, we are sorry for the late update; the first set of pictures, however, was added a couple of days back.
Here is a video of Danielle at the event. The quality is poor but it’s nice to see some red carpet footage, it’s been a while! You can also download the clip here. Enjoy!
If you did and want to see the rest of the three-part series be sure to let Hallmark know! And if you couldn’t see it yesterday or just want to see it again here’s the movie schedule for today and next week:
TODAY, April 17 – 8/7c
Friday, April 22 – 9/8c
Sunday, April 24 – 5/4c
Here’s another small interview Danielle did for Reno-Gazette Journal, and a short behind-the-scenes video. Thanks so much to our visitor/contributor Christian for letting us know:
For a few odd moments in “The Shunning,” Katie Lapp experiences being … well, ordinary.
“She’s not used to blending in,” said Danielle Panabaker, who plays her. “She suddenly has that sense of anonymity. She doesn’t have to worry about whether people are looking at her.”
And yes, Panabaker understands why that would be a pleasure.
For Katie, the attention starts with her clothes. She’s spent her life in Amish garb; her one experiment of changing clothes feels like a revelation.
For Panabaker, it starts with her career.
An actress for nine of her 23 years, she’s used to being noticed.
“It started when I worked a lot for Disney,” she said. “Kids respond to actors in different ways.”
Still, there are times and places when she can go unnoticed. And there are roles she can sink into.
On a surface level, the notion of being Amish seems staggering.
“It’s amazing to exist without a cell phone. … I don’t tweet, but if I didn’t have a Blackberry, I wouldn’t know what to do,” Panabaker said.
Still, she said, those devices have a hidden impact.
“The quality of a relationship changes; relationships become polluted,” she said.
By comparison, the Amish have direct lives. Many have a custom of living as non-Amish, during a bridge between childhood and the adult years.
“My assumption was that kids would just love it, but 85 to 90 percent of them come right back,” Panabaker said.