The fan-favorite actor recently revealed to IndieWire his idea for low-budget filmmaking within the studio system.
Halloween may have been and gone for another year, but horror movies are for watching all year round - not just on 31 October.
It turns out that Fede Alvarez was in talks to direct a Marvel movie. During an interview with ScreenRant, the 38-year-old filmmaker and director of the 2013 ‘Evil Dead’ reboot revealed that he was in early talks to make a Marvel superhero movie. Of course, he’s not the first director to speak out about Marvel’s way of making movies… but for Fede Alvarez, he just couldn’t give up creative control.
New comedy horror show ‘Ash Vs Evil Dead’ has just premiered on US television, continuing the saga of Bruce Campbell’s square-jawed, dim-witted ‘deadite’ slayer Ashley J Williams which began on the big screen in the ‘Evil Dead’ trilogy. Marking this long-awaited continuation of the much-loved series, director Sam Raimi has reflected on how legendary horror author Stephen King helped save ‘The Evil Dead’ - and more than once.
Just as his classic horror movie series returns in the form of TV show ‘Ash Vs Evil Dead,’ filmmaker Sam Raimi admits he has considered reviving another of his signature properties. Speaking to Shock Till You Drop, Raimi says he would be keen to revive ‘Darkman,’ his gothic superhero character originally played by Liam Neeson in 1990. Asked whether he would want to revisit ‘Darkman,’ the director says, “Yes, but not personally, not as a director, maybe as a producer, to bring that character back.
The moment ‘Evil Dead’ fans have been waiting for has arrived, as the first full-length trailer for upcoming TV series ‘Ash Vs Evil Dead’ has been released online, following its premiere at San Diego Comic Con. The series reunites writer-director Sam Raimi and producer Rob Tapert with actor/co-producer Bruce Campbell in his iconic role as deadite-fighting hardware store clerk Ashley J Williams - but, as the trailer makes clear, time has taken its toll on the one-time ladykiller. Here’s what we know about ‘Ash Vs Evil Dead:’ it’s going to be ten episodes - which, unusually for live action nowadays, will each be 30 minutes long - written by Sam and Ivan Raimi, with the ‘Evil Dead’ trilogy director behind the camera on the first episode.