Stalked: Heath Ledger, Uwe Boll, Escape, Six Days Till Midnight
Heath Ledger has won a posthumous award for The Dark Knight.
Uwe Boll is going apocalyptic.
Escape has a writer on board.
And David R. Ellis has Six Days Till Midnight.
With Heath Ledger's performance as The Joker, fueling rumours of a posthumous Oscar win, he has won an award in Australia. Ledger was awarded the Australian Film Institute's, Best Actor award for his role in The Dark Knight. His mother, father and sister accepted the award. The news is from cbs4denver.
Lauren Holly and Luke Perry are starring in Uwe Boll's latest effort. Holly will play a wife and mother, who has to deal with a forthcoming apocalypse. Luke Perry is a stranger who holds the key to future events. The news comes from The Hollywood Reporter.
Katherine Heigl's Escape has a writer, and it is Kirk Ellis. He has previously written an Emmy Award winning TV series, and received other Emmy nominations. Escape, sees Heigl paying out the true story of Carolyn Jessop. She was a member of the Fundamentalist Church of Latter Day Saints, but escaped, left her polygamous marriage and took her eight children too. The news is from The Hollywood Reporter.
David R. Ellis, who brought us Snakes on a Plane, is to direct Six Days Till Midnight. The story sees a businessman come across a stranger. The stranger asks him a question, and for every day that the businessman doesn't give him an answer, someone he loves will die. And it will culminate in his own death on the sixth day. Wonder what the question is, just look up Google damn it. The news comes from Variety.