It's been over a year since we last reported on Takashi Shimizu's new airborne horror '7500'. But even though time has flown by its been more and more difficult it seems to get this completed project off the runway. Originally slated for a late August 2012 release the movie was suddenly pushed back to sometime this year which now according to at least one of its stars will be happening this October. Scout Taylor-Compton ('Halloween') Tweeted the announcement that "7500 hits theaters in October!" Although no confirmation from CBS Films themselves it does seem completely viable that it'll manage to sneak into select theatres around Halloween time. '7500' also stars Amy Smart ('Mirrors'), Ryan Kwanten ('True Blood'), Jerry Ferrara ('Entourage'), Nicky Whelan (below), Jamie Chung ('Sorority Row'), Jonathon Schaech ('Prom Night') and Christian Serratos ('The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1').
"Set on a transpacific airliner from Los Angeles to Tokyo where the passengers encounter what seems to be a supernatural force."