Source: DreadCentral

David Hayter is currently in pre-production on his werewolf thriller WOLVES, starring Lucas Till, Jason Momoa, Merritt Patterson, and Benedict Carver; and we’ve got an early look at the sales art along with a detailed plot crunch for ya!

Copperheart’s Steve Hoban is producing with Benedict Carver, Steven Paul, and Hartley Gorenstein exec producing. Entertainment One has acquired Canadian rights to the film. The producers will handle sales rights in the US, the UK, and Benelux while TF1 Intl. will handle the rest of the world.


Cayden Richards, 18, has it all: captain of the high school football team, straight-A student, gorgeous girlfriend. But when he wakes one dark night to find his parents brutally murdered, he is horrified to realize that he is turning into an animal… a wild, savage wolf.

Panicked, Cayden runs, determined to find out what is happening to him. His quest leads him to the strange, isolated town of Lupine Ridge, where two clans of wolves are on the brink of war. The opposing clans are lead by Connor, the powerful, pure-blood alpha of a savage pack, and John Tollerman, an old farmer, committed to protecting the human citizens of Lupine Ridge.

But when Cayden falls for Angelina, the beautiful, young mate promised to Connor, a battle to the death is inevitable. And as the past begins to reveal itself, Cayden’s place in the world becomes clearer, as does his power to put an end to the savage violence building up around and within him.



Source: Shock Till You Drop

Ok, this sounds like absolute shit.  Really, who cares about killer wolves?  I mean, so far, there doesn’t seem to be anything remotely supernatural about the whole mess, so, who fucking cares, really?  You?  Well, get outta my shack! This is what Shock Till You Drop had to say:

Variety is reporting today The A-Team‘s helmer Joe Carnahan (also of Smokin’ Aces) is jumping into a man versus nature thriller. He’s set to direct The Grey which, get this, tells of plane crash survivors who are hunted by a pack of wolves.

Bradley Cooper (also seen in this summer’s A-Team) is set to star for producers Ridley and Tony Scott.