From director Brad Anderson (Session 9, Transsiberian, The Machinist), comes Vanishing on 7th Street, a terrifying, apocalyptic thriller that taps into one of humankind’s most primal anxieties: fear of the dark.
An unexplained blackout plunges the city of Detroit into total darkness, and by the time the sun rises, only a few people remain – surrounded by heaps of empty clothing, abandoned cars and lengthening shadows. A small handful of strangers that have survived the night (Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton, John Leguizamo and newcomer Jacob Latimore) each find their way to a rundown bar, whose gasoline-powered generator and stockpile of food and drink make it the last refuge in a deserted city. With daylight beginning to disappear completely and whispering shadows surrounding the survivors, they soon discover that the enemy is the darkness itself, and only the few remaining light sources can keep them safe. As time begins to run out for them, darkness closes in and they must face the ultimate terror.
The movie opens February 18, 2011 and is now available On-Demand.
Here is a creepy trailer about a creepy post-apocalyptic thriller, Vanishing on 7th Street, directed by Brad Anderson. The movie is about a group of survivors who must stay in the light in order to survive because evil shadows lurk in the darkness.
The movie stars Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton, John Leguizamo and Jacob Latimore.
Vanishing on 7th Street arrives in theaters on February 16, 2011.
No, seriously–eight. As in “one more than seven” eight. And I’ve got three of them right here for you.
They’re character posters, focused around the various cast members involved with For Colored Girls, including Thandie Newton, Janet Jackson and Whoopi Goldberg.
For Colored Girls, based on the Obie-winning play, follows a series of twenty women as they discuss their experiences. It’s described as “a poetic exploration of what is to be of color and a female in this world”.
And not surprisingly, the movie is brought to us by no less than Tyler Perry, so chances are you’ve either already decided to see it the second you heard about it or realized you’d never be interested in seeing it, pretty much the second you heard about it.
Brad Anderson’s mystery thriller Vanishing on 7th Street is making it’s journey to the ever so popular Toronto International Film Festival. Vanishing is one of many films being introduced at the festival and I happen to have a trailer to tell you what Anderson has in store for you.
The movie concerns a group of survivors who awaken to find their community totally wiped out after a global blackout. They hunker down in a bar to shield themselves from a dark menace. Hayden Christensen, John Leguizamo and Thandie Newton star in the movie.
Brad Anderson directs a post apocalyptic drama called Vanishing on 7th Street, whichstars Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton and John Leguizamo.
The movie is about a mysterious, seemingly global blackout that causes countless populations to simply vanish, leaving only their clothes and possessions behind.
A small handful of survivors come together in a dimly-lit tavern on 7th Street, struggling to combat the apocalyptic horror. Realizing they may in fact be the last people on earth, they struggle to survive.
The movie doesn’t have a distributor for the US and no release date. For more pictures, check here.
Three more actors may join John Cusack and Chiwetel Ejiofor in Roland Emmerich’s epic disaster project “2012.” Danny Glover, Thandie Newton and Oliver Platt are seeing if they want to make a date with Glover as president, Newton as his daughter and Platt as the Chief of Staff.
“2012″ was shopped around with a $200 million budget, but Columbia said it will be made for less than that.
The studio is planning a July 10, 2009, release, with filming set to begin in July — unless there is an actors’ strike.