Continuously expanding this future America and its one, crime spree night a year, Universal and Blumhouse have set a summer […]
To date, only one poster has made its presence known online for The Purge: Anarchy. It’s the one you see right here, in which guns and knives make up an American flag.
The poster art used in major cities, however, is a much different story. I’ve yet to see that poster on the streets – perhaps due to maintaining a level of sensitivity in the wake of so many tragic shootings that are taking place in the country. That’s just a guess, nothing official. Nevertheless, Universal rolled out some new key art around town and I snapped off a shot of it for you.
?So, The Purge has turned into a touring attraction called The Purge: Breakout. It’s currently in Atlanta before moving on to Miami. Last year’s film hit inspired a haunted attraction here in Los Angeles; producer Jason Blum smartly took it on the road this year to promote The Purge: Anarchy, which opens July 18th. A trailer for The Purge: Breakout has been whipped up and you can watch it via the player here. It takes you inside the attraction with a few attendees who survived (?) the experience.
The Purge: Breakout, an immersive real-life horror-escape experience, will travel throughout the United States this summer, offering fans an opportunity to step inside the world of the film franchise The Purge, Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions announced today.
The Purge: Anarchy arrives in theaters nationwide on July 18, 2014.
The team behind The Purge 2 is busy at work knowing the sequel to last year’s hit is going to open June 20th. Original writer-director James DeMonaco is back and Frank Grillo is starring alongside Michael K. Williams, Zach Gilford, Carmen Ejogo and Kiele Sanchez. But what is the film about?
Blumhouse Productions usually does a good job keeping the plot of its films – like those in the Paranormal Activity – franchise under wraps. And, to date, it has yet to reveal any details regarding The Purge 2. But leave it to an actor to spill the beans.
Universal and Blumhouse PIctures announced that a sequel to The Purge (which doesn’t have an official title at the time of this writing) is going to open on June 20, 2014.
Returning alongside James DeMonaco (who will write, direct and produce) the next chapter of the thriller are Blumhouse Productions
Production Weekly tweeted some details about a new Blumhouse Production. According to the trade, Jame DeMonaco will direct The Zone for producer Jason Blum and Michael Bay. It adds that Universal will distribute.
Hmm, Blum, Bay, Universal and DeMonaco. The last time this quartet came together, it was for The Purge. Is The Zone the name of The Purge sequel that hit the news in June? All signs are pointing to YES. More as it comes in…
Blumhouse Productions, the multi-media production company behind highly successful movies like the Paranormal Activity franchise, Sinister, Insidious and The Purge, announced today that they’ll once again takes over the historic Variety Arts Theater in downtown Los Angeles this Halloween season, introducing an all-new, immersive live experience.
Last year, the theater was home to The Blumhouse of Horrors, a haunted house created by producer Jason Blum
Universal’s summer genre hit, The Purge, is coming to DVD, VOD and Blu-ray on October 8th from Universal Studios Home Entertainment.
The combo pack – which includes DVD, Blu-ray and a digital copy – will include the bonus feature…
Surviving The Night: The Making of The Purge: In this exclusive behind-the-scenes featurette, viewers discover how an act of road rage inspired writer and director James DeMonaco to create The Purge, what attracted the cast to the project and how the world of 2022 depicted in the film mirrors the world today. Featuring exclusive interviews with stars Ethan Hawke, Lena Headey, Adelaide Kane, Max Burkholder and Edwin Hodge, this featurette asks the question: What would it take for The Purge to become reality?
*Updated* The Blumhouse Twitter account confirms a sequel is in development.
Among the 31 projects chosen for the California Film Commission’s tax credit, it appears The Purge 2 made the list. This is a sequel, of course, to this Friday’s release The Purge, starring Ethan Hawke and Lena Headey. Projects are submitted are chosen by lottery.
The first film is set in the not-so-distant future where the American government has sanctioned an annual 12-hour period in which any and all criminal activity – including murder – is legal. The police can