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The Wolfman


Overview - With the help of special effects master Rick Baker (HELLBOY, MEN IN BLACK), Oscar winner Benicio Del Toro transforms into the hairy hybrid of the title. Directed by Joe Johnston (JURASSIC PARK III), THE WOLFMAN follows in Universal's grand tradition of horror movies, including the 1941 classic THE WOLF MAN, starring Lon Chaney Jr.  Read more...

 

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Overview

With the help of special effects master Rick Baker (HELLBOY, MEN IN BLACK), Oscar winner Benicio Del Toro transforms into the hairy hybrid of the title. Directed by Joe Johnston (JURASSIC PARK III), THE WOLFMAN follows in Universal's grand tradition of horror movies, including the 1941 classic THE WOLF MAN, starring Lon Chaney Jr. and Bela Lugosi.

Cast List

Anthony Hopkins - Welsh Actor
Sir Anthony Hopkines - Welsh Actor
Sir Anthony Hopkins - Welsh Actor
Joe Johnston - Director/Visual Effects
Rick Baker - Makeup and Special Effects Designer
Benicio Del Toro - Actor, TRAFFIC (2000)
Emily Blunt - British actress, MY SUMMER OF LOVE (2005)
Hugo Weaving - Australian Actor/ Agent Smith in THE MATRIX
Andrew Kevin Walker - Screenwriter
David Self - screenwriter
Scott Stuber - Producer, YOU, ME AND DUPREE (2006)
Rick Yorn - Producer, SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK (2001)
Sean Daniel - Producer
Curt Siodmak - Screenwriter/Director
Bill Carraro - Producer
Ryan Kavanaugh - TALLADEGA NIGHTS (2006)
Danny Elfman - Score composer

 
Details
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 025195053327
  • Rating: R (MPAA)

Related Categories:
Movies > Horror/Suspense

Related Keywords:
Action
Monsters
Werewolves
Victorian Era
Theatrical Release
Remake

 
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Reviews:
3 stars out of 5 -- "THE WOLFMAN is focused on the single character and stays almost reverently respectful to its 1941 cinematic source." - 02/12/2010 Box Office


3 stars out of 5 -- "[D]irector Joe Johnston doesn't shy from gross-out gore....With a vibe straight from SLEEPY HOLLOW, Johnston's remake of the 1941 classic is more homage than horror." - 02/09/2010 Total Film


"Del Toro endows this raging beast with a 'Why Me?' poignance that recalls Lon Chaney Jr.'s performance..." - 02/18/2010 Entertainment Weekly


3 stars out of 4 -- "A gloriously gruesome upgrade of the 1941 horror classic....The setting is foreboding and drenched in dread." - 06/05/2010 Premiere

 
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