Horror Headlines: Tuesday July 28th, 2009
Mila Kunis joins Daron Aranofsky's "Black Swan", opposite Natalie Portman.
A new movie is in production based on the book "Kong: King of Skull Island", a prequel to "King Kong" that was released around the time of Peter Jackson's 2006 adaptation. Apparently it deals with how the giant became "king" of Skull Island (I guess that's self explanatory). Not sure how the story works with a bunch of apes and dinosaurs, but I'm sure there are some annoying humans in there somewhere.
Word coming out of Japan is that "The Host 2" has found some investors, although they're still trying to decide between multiple scripts that have been written.
Poster for the indie "All About Evil", starring Natasha Lyonne, about a young woman who inherits her family's theater chain and brings it back to life with a series of "all too real" grisly, gory short films.
If you're going to brutally attack your neighbor and cut off his head, at least have the courtesy to put it in the recycling bin when you're done. That's just common sense, folks.
This story is amazing. Apparently Charles Manson is stalking Phil Spectre in prison, trying to get him to produce his music. I'm literally speechless.
1870: Andrew Carr is hanged at Richmond Prison, Dublin. He is dropped from too high, causing his head to separate from the rest of his body -- the greater portion of which twitches for several minutes.