Saw 3D – What are you implying here?
Will you survive to Saw 3D and all its twisted traps?
The movie Saw 7 aka Saw 3D: trailer, clips, photos, soundtrack, news and much more!
Here’s a new artsy poster of Saw 3D:
Just a few new pictures of Saw 3D, the final Saw movie directed by Kevin Greutert:
We’ve got our hands on the German movie poster of Saw 3D
A new international poster of Saw 7 aka Saw 3D:
Take a look to those pictures of Saw 7:
Will you go watch Saw VII in 3D (in theaters October 29, 2010)?
Yet a new motion poster of Saw 7 aka Saw 3D: Continue reading »
The 3D movie Saw 7 will to be mind blowing, take a look to this new Saw 3D motion poster: Continue reading »
Every master craftsman and all true geniuses
always save their best for last.
Witness the final Saw!
Directed by Kevin Greutert, the movie Saw VII is starring Tobin Bell, Cary Elwes (yes Dr Gordon is back!), Costas Mandylor, Betsy Russell and Sean Patrick Flannery. The movie Saw 7 is going to be in 3D, the traps will come alive!
Lionsgate has released a motion poster of Saw 3D, aka Saw VII: Continue reading »
Lionsgate has unveiled the first teaser poster of Saw 7, aka Saw 3D:
I heard that some footage of the film will be shown during the comic con. And I guess the footage will find its way online shortly after.
Thanks to Lionsgate here’s the synopsis of Saw VII 3D:
“As a deadly battle rages over Jigsaw’s brutal legacy, a group of Jigsaw survivors gathers to seek the support of self-help guru and fellow survivor Bobby Dagen, a man whose own dark secrets unleash a new wave of terror…”
They also announced the cast of Saw 7: Tobin Bell, Cary Elwes, Costas Mandylor, Betsy Russell and Sean Patrick Flannery.
Do you remember Cary Elwes’ character, Dr Gordon?
Well, since Lionsgate has forced Kevin Greutert to leave Paranormal Activity 2 to come back to direct Saw 7, I guess the Saw series has been kind of cursed by some evil demon. So maybe time for the Saw series to come to an end, yep…
There is some confusion right now about what movie Kevin Greutert is going to helm. Paramount announced that Kevin Greutert would direct Paranormal Activity 2. But looks like Lionsgate isn’t much happy with this and they have decided to exercise an option from Kevin Greutert’s previous contract: the director would have to give one more year to Lionsgate to direct Saw 7, which means that David Hackl would have to work on something else… And for sure Kevin Greutert isn’t much happy with Lionsgate exercising the option, and he’s been even voicing his anger on his personal blog:
The movie industry is a real business, so can’t blame Lionsgate for trying to protect the Saw franchise…
What a PR mess!
The movie Saw 7 will be directed by David Hack based on a script written by Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton. Saw 7 will be the first Saw movie in 3D.
Lionsgate has decided to go 3D for the movie SAW VII. The third dimension will add a new twist to Jigsaw’s legacy. It takes longer to prepare the production of a 3D movie. This may explain why David Hackl is back to direct Saw 7 instead of Director Kevin Greutert who’s been helming Saw 6: just conflicting schedules, with Kevin Greutert still working on Saw 6.
Scriptwriters Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton are in charge of writing the seventh Saw movie. And I guess they will swiftly find a way to integrate 3D into the realm of Jigsaw’s traps for the movie Saw VII.
By the way, Saw VII will start production in January 2010 for a release in October 2010.
It has been confirmed that Scriptwriters Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton will pen the screenplay of the movie Saw 7. So we may expect the same kind o twisted traps as in the previous Saw movies. And because the legend never dies, Actor Tobin Bell is back too, as the insane Jigsaw, he will be appear through flashbacks I suppose (actually Tobin Bell said he’ll keep his role till at least the movie Saw 8).
The director of Saw 7 hasn’t been announced, but we may fairly bet that it will be Editor-turned-Director Kevin Greutert (who directed the yet-to-be-released Saw 6 movie). But he may have to share the helm with Scriptwriter Marcus Dunstan, who made his directorial debut this year with The Collector. Update: David hackl is back to direct Saw VII
Any suggestion to Marcus Dunstan Patrick Melton? What do you want to see in the movie Saw VII?