He certainly seems awesome enough, at least in his willingness to randomly hang out with common folk. [Us Weekly]You know, we talk a lot about how apocalyptically terrible TMZ can be, but I don't think we give it enough credit for how hilarious its headlines are.
Sometimes the soul of a dead person has been so tainted with evil that it is denied entrance to heaven.
It must endlessly wander the borderlands between worlds, desperately searching for a new body to inhabit.
And then I didn’t know, I’d never done a horror film before, so I didn’t know if I was ready to do a horror film, but then we started talking about someone else directing it and I didn’t really want someone else to do it so then I said, ‘Screw it, I’ll do it.’David: I think the biggest surprise is just – I think directing a horror film is sort of a lot like directing a comedy, which is there’s not really a formula for what’s funny or what’s scary, there are these kind of innate rhythms and you just have to find them. It’s not particularly scary when you’re doing it on the set because you’ve got a hundred people around you and you know what’s coming obviously, so it’s not until you get into the editing room that you can decide whether or not it’s scary.
But it’s really not until you test it, we tested this film more than any film I’ve been involved in before.
"I don’t talk to anyone I’ve ever worked with." Not even Sean Faris? Okay, Cam Gigandet, you might show up in tons of terrific B-movies and wear shirts in none of them, but at some point the problem is you.
Call up Sean Faris right now and make things right.
The movie is a supernatural thriller that follows a young woman pulled into a world of nightmares when a demonic spirit haunts her and threatens everyone she loves.
Odette Yustman (“Cloverfield”) stars as the woman and Cam Gigandet (Twilight) plays her boyfriend.
According to a crewmember, De Niro "apparently found a house of people watching it and joined them.