CRAVEN'S PULSE HOLD-UP
Wes Craven's new film, PULSE, which was slated to begin shooting this week was stopped in its tracks by Dimension Films according to the Hollywood Reporter (by way of ComingSoon). Apparently, Dimension wants more script changes made to the project, a remake of Kiyoshi Kurosawa's 2001 film, KAIRO about a group of friends being haunted by what may be the ghost of a recently dead friend.
A Dimension spokesperson ominiously said that 'Craven was expected to remain involved' as the project moved forward, though a new star would be sought as Kirsten Dunst, whom Dimension wanted, is now in talks to join the next Jim Carrey film. A new start date is 'up in the air.'
Courtesy of Fangoria