Sunday, February 27, 2011

Red Riding Hood Featured in Fangoria

Fangoria's latest issue includes a fantastic interview with Catherine Hardwicke, new images from the movie, and concept art from Hardwicke and her sister, Irene Hardwicke.

Excerpts from the article:
"We had the Rhythm & Hues visual FX company doing the wolf, and for half that time they were doing Yogi Bear, so I guess they needed an antidote to that."
"Gary is just out of control. He's almost like an idol; it was a dream come true to work with him. He's just so funny and crazy."
"I wanted to create a sense that the paranoia the town feels from being menaced by this beast for 20 years is expressed in the architecture, so all the houses are raised up on stilts with ladders, and they have spikes on the roofs, totems to ward off and scare the wolf."
"I actually just put in a petition as we speak to the people at Warner Bros. asking if I can add blood to, like, 18 shots. I'm trying to get that approved. Dark blood; it has to be black for PG-13. It's pretty funny, all those little idiosyncrasies."

Check out scans of the entire article here.

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