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Red Dawn was released on DVD and Blu-ray in the US recently, and I have now been able to add HD screencaptures from the film to our Gallery! Isabel unfortunately only had a small role in the film and didn’t have much to do. Still, it was nice seeing her on screen alongside Chris Hemsworth again, and seeing her take part in a bit of action!
Browse through the pretty HD screencaps in the Gallery:
MGM’s remake of Red Dawn starring Chris Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Adrianne Palicki, Josh Peck, Isabel Lucas, Connor Cruise and Edwin Hodge finally overcame delays caused by the company’s bankruptcy proceedings and arrived in theaters yesterday riding a wave of horrific reviews from critics. The remake will probably vanish from theaters relatively quickly and, as we have just learned, will make its way to home video as fast as possible.
Online retailer Amazon.com has published a DVD page for Red Dawn complete with a February 26, 2013 release date. That is the earliest possible release distributor Film District could have chosen given the 90-day rule between theatrical and home video release.
We fully expect the Red Dawn Blu-ray release date to be the same and have our eyes open for when the film’s Blu-ray page at Amazon updates with the correct cover art and a pre-order link.
Congratulations to Isabel and the Red Dawn cast and crew, as their movie opened at an impressive #7 at the US box office this weekend!
One spot further down was Red Dawn, which managed to do rather well for itself despite a troubled history. The remake took in $14.6 million over the traditional weekend and $22.0 million over the Wednesday-to-Sunday period. Distributor FilmDistrict was expecting a five-day opening in the teens. Red Dawn was shot in 2009 for about $70 million by MGM, but following the studio’s much-publicized financial woes, it got shelved indefinitely. After an edit that saw the Chinese villains of the film digitally altered into North Koreans, FilmDistrict picked up distribution rights (for an undisclosed price) and set the release date. Audiences, who gave the film a tepid “B” CinemaScore grade, were 62 percent male and very diverse in age, which suggests that while some patrons bought tickets because of their attachment to the original thriller, other crowds were lured in by new A-list stars Chris Hemsworth (a.k.a. Thor) and Josh Hutcherson (a.k.a. Peeta) — 44 percent of polled moviegoers listed “Actor in a lead role” as their reason for attending the film. FilmDistrict says that the film played best in the South, especially in Texas and surrounding states.
1. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 – $43.1 million ($64.0 million in five days)
2. Skyfall – $36.0 million ($51.1 million)
3. Lincoln – $25.0 million ($34.1 million)
4. Rise of the Guardians – $24.0 million ($32.6 million)
5. Life of Pi – $22.0 million ($30.2 million)
6. Wreck-It Ralph – $16.8 million ($23.0 million)
7. Red Dawn – $14.6 million ($22.0 million)
I’ve just come across some new stills and promotional photos from Red Dawn, and added them to our Gallery. The first still has also been replaced with a HQ one. And I’ve made screencaptures from the new clip and ‘Lady Wolverines’ featurette posted earlier this week.
Red Dawn hits US screens next Wednesday, November 21st.
Ahead of its US release on November 21st, a new featurette on the ‘lady Wolverines’ of Red Dawn has been released, and features brief interview footage with Isabel. Watch it below, and screencaps will be up in the Gallery this weekend.
ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK OF RED DAWN
SET FOR RELEASE ON NOVEMBER 19, 2012
Sony Music is pleased to announce the release of RED DAWN, the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Ramin Djawadi, available on November 19, 2012. The score accents the inspiring film about war and patriotism. Ramin has composed a powerful score for this action film that features a variety of moods to match the sensitive and comic moments of the movie.
Ramin Djawadi, (Java-Dee) German-born (Iranian father and German mother), graduated from Berklee School of Music in Boston and attracted the attention of Los Angeles based composer Hans Zimmer, which led to several successful collaborations such as Batman Begins, Something’s Gotta Give and Thunderbirds.
Ramin might be best known for his Grammy nominated, guitar driven score to Iron Man, but his repertoire covers a wide variety of genres. From his lush animated scores for Open Seasons, Sammy’s Adventure 1 & 2, to this year’s percussion driven hit film, Safe House starring Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds. Clash of The Titans was another action film that received a lot of attention world-wide and his work on action movies made Djawadi a natural choice for composing Red Dawn. Other works include David Goyer’s Blade: Trinity, the horror thriller The Unborn, and television series Flash Forward. Ramin has garnered fans with writing the music for the new hit television shows, Game of Thrones, Person of Interest as well as the Prison Break series.