werewolves 2009 movie dates

We all knew that 2009 was the year of the werewolf, but Rolling Stone has made it official in their article on the hot creature of 2009 – the werewolf. Entertainment Weekly had an article on werewolves saying the same thing. The article says the last time werewolves were this popular with the masses was in World War II. People are intrigued by the idea there are other creatures besides the decadent lavish vampires…
Here are the big dates to look for in the movies at the theaters:

  • Jan 23 – Underworld: Rise of the Lycans

  • May 1 – X-Men Origins: Wolverine

  • Nov 6 – The Wolfman
  • Movie trailer not yet available. Will post as soon as it is!

  • Nov 20 – New Moon
  • Movie trailer not yet available. Will post as soon as it is!

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4 Responses

  1. Argentus says:

    X-men Origins:Wolverine looks like one very cool action movie:)

  2. Sabrefang says:

    I must see Underworld

  3. tina petersen says:

    hey i just wanted to no what you thought about (blood and choclet) the movie vs. the book if you have read it?ive read the book acouple times and ive seen the movie i like the book better but what do you think?

  4. Hellius says:

    I haven’t read the book and I haven’t seen the movie other than the transformation scene (which is completely off from real transformations). However, in a movie based off a book, the movie is always a horrible interpretation of what the book was. The movie must fit within a certain time period, only allowing for the essentials. In the book, you’re allowed free roaming in size for what you need to write to make a compelling story; character development, flaws, plot, side-plots, and every little detail that makes books (for smarter, in tune people) the greatest form of entertainment.

    Might I suggest the “Merriam Webster Dictionary” as your next read? It is my personal favorite and *so* exciting.

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