The ‘Classic’ Delta 88 section is officially up! The new section features information on Ash’s famous car and trademark of Sam Raimi along with screen shots from every film the car has made a cameo. We also have a special section by Blaster, one of our forum members documenting his Classic Delta 88 Replica Build project.
Rob Tapert, the man behind Ghost House Films, has revealed that the studio will begin reviewing a script for their upcoming planned remake of Evil Dead later this month.
Tapert runs Ghost House with director Sam Raimi, who got his start in Hollywood helming the original Evil Dead film in the 80’s, eventually turning that film into a trilogy starring the now legendary Bruce Campbell. Tapert addressed the idea of Evil Dead getting the reboot treatment saying the idea isn’t such a far stretch.
“It’s possible; we’re looking at a script this month. What’s interesting about Evil Dead is very few people saw it in the format we made it for, which is for the theater. I think Sam wants to embrace the ultimate experience in grueling terror and see it remade for a proper theatrical experience,” said Tapert.
No casting or decisions on a director have been made at this time.
Just when you thought they were done with Army of Darkness comic crossovers…comes Danger Girl and the Army of Darkness!
January 10, 2011, Runnemede, NJ -Be sure not to miss the launch of this event series featuring the first explosive issue as the Danger Girls team up with the incomparable Ash in Danger Girl and the Army of Darkness #1 this coming April! Written by Danger Girl co-creator Andy Hartnell and drawn by Red Sonja’s Chris Bolson, featuring covers by Danger Girl co-creator and legendary comics favorite J. Scott Campbell with colorist Nei Ruffino, Paul Renaud, as well as Nick Bradshaw!
Abbey Chase, the world’s most daring adventuress, returns to action as she aims to recover a dark and mysterious piece of ancient history. When Abbey learns that the elusive Book of the Dead has resurfaced and fallen into nefarious hands, she and the Danger Girls embark on a mission to track down the powerful tome. But when their journey leads them to cross paths with another seeking the book – a man with a personal vendetta and a literal hand in the book’s sordid history – they find themselves spiraling through the most outrageous and sure-to-be-talked-about cross-over event of the year! Don’t miss Danger Girl and the Army of Darkness #1 coming up in April 2011!
“Many artists go through an entire career without one real signature project, and I’ve been fortunate to have to with both Gen 13 and Danger Girl,” says artist J. Scott Campbell. “And I really enjoy the Army of Darkness movies and absolutely love Bruce Campbell! This will be an incredibly compelling series!”
“Danger Girl and the Army of Darkness has been a long time coming,” says writer Andy Hartnell. “Fans of the original Danger Girl series may recall seeing the infamous Necronomicon in the library of one Abbey Chase, way back in her days before joining the Danger Girl organization. They’ve always asked what that was all about. Well, now is the time to revisit that adventure. Now that Abbey is a full-fledged Danger Girl, with her new skills and allies, she also has the ‘help’ from some knucklehead named Ash.”
“Fans that have been clamoring for Army of Darkness to return won’t need to wait any longer, and this time Ash has company,” says Dynamite Entertainment President Nick Barrucci. “We’re extremely excited to have Ash’s ongoing series re-launch and also be J. Scott Campbell’s and Andy Hartnell re-introduction of Danger Girl to the comics market! Dynamite Entertainment and IDW are proud to have two such unlikely franchises meet-up on what is sure to be one entertaining romp!”
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According to Deadline Sam Raimi is set to direct the Day of the Triffids remake.
The film will be produced by Ghost House, the partnership between Mandate, Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert. The deal is seven-figures and I’ve heard it’s the most that Mandate has paid for a project package. Raimi wants to direct it; the original was one of his favorite films as a boy. Raimi and Tapert will board the producer roster, joining Michael Preger, Angry Films’ Don Murphy and Susan Montford, and Mark Gordon, who previously worked with Raimi on A Simple Plan.