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'Dracula' executive producer Daniel Knauf is writing and will executive produce the supernatural thriller based on the 2010 movie starring Benicio Del Toro and Anthony Hopkins.
The Leonardo DiCaprio-starring thriller enters the chart on the top spot on its first weekend, collecting $41.1 million.
In respect of the people died in the accident and their families, Trace Adkins decided to cancel the Sunday, February 14 performance.
Describing the photo shoot for Details magazine, the actor also admits he was not prepared to say something to the naked ladies.
By Sunday, February 14, the romantic comedy has taken in $56.4 million, making it a champion at box office chart during the long U.S. President's day weekend.
Benicio Del Toro admits that his childhood ordeal has played a big role in 'The Wolfman' where he portrays a vicious werewolf, saying 'I remember the anger I felt when my mother died of hepatitis
Emily Blunt was pictured standing between Benicio Del Toro and Anthony Hopkins on the red carpet of the premiere which took place at ArcLight Cinemas in California on Tuesday, February 9.
The ads for 'Prince of Persia: Sands of Time' and 'Alice in Wonderland' still manage to reveal new scenes, while the TV spot for 'The Wolfman' is a collection of footage from previous snippets.
From 'Date Night' to 'Jonah Hex', here is a look at some of the selected movies to be released in 2010 that potentially become a box office hit.
The remake of the 1941 classic of the same name is rated R for 'bloody horror, violence and gore,' Universal Pictures announces.
Benicio Del Toro and some other cast talk about the film in a featurette that also gives a look at the making of the movie.
Presented in French, the trailer contains more and more fresh scenes toward the end while the poster gives the first close-up look at the wolf cane.