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Comic-Con 2011: Watch an extended clip from Fright Night

Disney has released an extended clip from Craig Gillespie’s Fright Night remake. Watch the clip after the jump.

Fright Night stars Anton Yelchin, David Tennant, Colin Farrell and Christopher Mintz-Plasse and is scheduled to hit conventional and 3D theaters on August 19, 2011.

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Sandra Vergara cast in Craig Gillespie’s Fright Night remake

Sandra Vergara has joined the cast of the Craig Gillespie-directed Fright Night, DreamWorks’ upcoming remake of the 1980s teen horror cult classic. Vergara is the younger sister of Modern Family star Sofia Vergara.

According to Heat Vision, she’ll “play the girlfriend and assistant to a magician, played by David Tennant, reluctantly recruited by Anton Yelchin […]

Anton Yelchin to star in Fright Night remake

THR’s Heat Vision blog is reporting that Anton Yelchin (“Star Trek”, “Terminator Salvation”) is in negotiations to star in DreamWorks’ remake of the cult 1985 vampire film Fright Night:

Craig Gillespie, the director behind 2007’s “Lars and the Real Girl,” is helming the new version, which sticks to the concept of a […]

Craig Gillespie in talks to direct Fright Night remake

The LA Times’ 24 Frames blog is reporting that negotiations are underway between DreamWorks and director Craig Gillespie (“Lars and the Real Girl”) to helm the studio’s Fright Night remake.

A sweepstakes that included at least three directors appears to be coming to a close, with Craig Gillespie the man who will […]

Movie and TV Bites: The History Channel and Comedy Central Unveil TV Slates, Terminator Salvation Sequel Rights May Be Up For Grabs + more

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  • /Film has a rundown of several of the Pixar “easter eggs” hidden in their various films, including several possible ones for UpPhoto courtesy /Film.
  • Fox has released the following video of Fringe executive producer Jeff Pinkner discussing the final scene from Tuesday’s season finale.

  • Meanwhile, Fox has decided to discontinue its year-old strategy of airing fewer advertisements at higher prices. Fringe was one of those shows, so next season’s episodes likely won’t run as long. [WSJ]
  • The History Channel has announced their most extensive programming slate in its history, including a 12-part epic called America: The Story of Us chronicling the history of the United States from the pilgrims through to President Obama. Other new shows/events include Nostradamus Effect and MysteryQuest. [Variety]
  • On the strength of several exciting 7-game series, Versus has seen its NHL playoff numbers increase 18% in total viewers and 26% in men 18-49.  Last week’s game three between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals registered a record-high 1.49 million viewers for the network, making it the most-watched second-round hockey game since 2002 (when ESPN had the NHL rights). [Variety]

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