- The still-in-development Blue World movie from Frontsight Productions was mentioned on the website ReelChicago.com on June 16, 2010:
Producer Nehs plans to shoot here next spring
Action actor Rutger Hauer
PRODUCER MICHAEL NEHS of Frontsight Productions is slated to shoot Blue World, his long-in-development thriller, in Chicago next spring.
Director Charley Rivkin and Adam Witt adapted Robert McCammon’s Bram Stoker Award-winning short story, about a priest resisting his desire for a porn star he’s trying to protect from a serial killer.
Nehs says Rutger Hauer, Bryan Dennehy, Steven Weber, Seymour Cassel and Kaitlin Doubleday are attached to star. Frontsight is a division of Nehs’s Templar Studios, which long has had plans to construct a post-production facility in Old Town. See frontsightproductions.com.
- A new mass-market paperback of Le Mystere du lac, the French translation of Robert McCammon’s Boy’s Life, has been released in France by Pocket. The new cover art for the book has been added to the Book Cover Gallery. Click on the image below to see a larger version of the cover.The book should be in French bookstores now. It can also be ordered from online bookstores, including Amazon.fr.
- Artist Vincent Chong has posted his revised artwork for the cover of the upcoming Subterranean Press limited edition of The Wolf’s Hour. Click on the image below to see a larger version of the art.