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Brandon Routh's Dylan Dog: Dead of Night will finally get a US release

Mar. 1, 2011by:

After stripping off the tight blue suit, one-time Superman Brandon Routh decided to tackle various nocturnal beasts with the horror flick DYLAN DOG, aka DEAD OF NIGHT.

The movie disappeared for a while, but is now finally getting a North American release -- and soon. The newly founded Omni/FSR label will put the flick on screens this April 29th as DYLAN DOG: DEAD OF NIGHT.

Routh plays the title character, based on a long-running Italian comic about a charismatic but neurotic "nightmare investigator" who looks into all things supernatural (the locale has switched from the books' London to the dangerous underworld of New Orleans).

Kevin Munroe (TMNT) directed the the monster-filled action, which also features Routh's SUPERMAN RETURNS co-star Sam Huntington, Peter Stormare, Anita Briem (JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH), and Taye Diggs as the vampire villain.

Extra Tidbit: Dylan Dog creator Tiziano Sclavi also wrote DELLAMORTE DELLAMORE (aka CEMETERY MAN), which featured the very Dylan Dog-like Rupert Everett.
Source: Heat Vision

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9:46PM on 03/03/2011

Man Of Steel Wielding Steel?

It's kinda hard seeing Supes carrying a hand gun to get his point across.
It's kinda hard seeing Supes carrying a hand gun to get his point across.
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1:22AM on 03/02/2011
Saw the trailer and it looked like a bad episode of Angel with a lower budget. Hopes are low for even a B-movie schlockfest.
Saw the trailer and it looked like a bad episode of Angel with a lower budget. Hopes are low for even a B-movie schlockfest.
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12:51AM on 03/02/2011
Could be good...maybe.

Judging by the poster and delay, it doesn't seem it will be that great of a movie, but I wouldn't mind being surprised.

Plus, I'm willing to give Routh the benefit of a doubt.
Could be good...maybe.

Judging by the poster and delay, it doesn't seem it will be that great of a movie, but I wouldn't mind being surprised.

Plus, I'm willing to give Routh the benefit of a doubt.
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