Fantastic Picture Of The Wolfman

Published 7 years ago by , Updated July 18th, 2013 at 9:36 am,

oldwolfman2 Fantastic Picture Of The WolfmanI know that The Wolfman isn’t getting a lot of Screen Rant love. It should. Why?

Well, it is a remake of the 1941 Lon Chaney movie – which you should see!!!

It stars Benicio Del Torro and Anthony Hopkins.

It’s written by Andrew Kevin Walker of Seven fame.

The make up effects are by the genius that is Rick Baker

Finally, if you continue, you will see a freakin’ fantastic picture of The Wolfman in all his glory that has just been released by Entertainment Weekly!!

The site also included a brief interview with Baker, who when asked what fans could expect from this new film, replied:

“You never know how the movie’s going to be, but from what we’ve done so far, which, mind you, hasn’t been very much, what I would say to fans is that at least you know that the guy who’s doing the makeup in the movie is coming from the same place they are — as a fan. I have a real appreciation for the old Universal classics. The old fanboy in me is jumping up and down here!”

wolfmanfirst Fantastic Picture Of The Wolfman

This film is really starting to heat up.

Am I feeling any Wolfman love yet?

The Wolfman is released on February 13, 2009.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

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  1. ooooooooooohhh I hope this one is good.
    Del Toro is a terrific actor .
    I would LOVE to see another good werewolf movie.
    The last good one ( in my opinion ) was Wolf with Jack Nicholson.
    Its been too long.

  2. Hahahhaaa

    This is comical…..

  3. I love everyone involved, but for this to work they REALLY need to bring something different to the story, much like was done with the awesome “An American Werewolf in London.”


  4. I think that Del Torro may be American and it is set in England. Is that close enough?