New Images for Vanishing on 7th Street


New images from Brad Anderson’s intriguing “Vanishing on 7th Street”, one of those movies I know won’t make a dent at the box office (if it even opens in a theater near you at all, that is — a year later, and the film still doesn’t have a release date yet), but I get this very strange feeling I’m gonna love it. Then again, I’m a fan of Anderson’s work, and I’m a sucker for movies with these kind of “strangers in a desperate situation” premise. Hey, I’m a simple fella with simple tastes, what can I say?

A mysterious and seemingly global blackout causes countless populations to simply vanish, leaving only their clothes and possessions behind. A small handful of survivors — a reporter (Hayden Christensen), a nurse (Thandie Newton), and a subway operator (John Leguizamo) — must band together in a dimly-lit tavern on 7th Street to combat the apocalyptic horror around them. Realizing they may in fact be the last people on earth, the darkness hones in on them.

Starring Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton, John Leguizamo, Taylor Groothuis, Jordan Trovillion, Arthur Cartwright, Jacob Latimore and directed by Brad Anderson.

Vanishing … soon?

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  • Dedpool

    This looks to be good, and hopefully it can wash the taste on Hayden Christenson as Anakin out of my mout. But this better not end up another “The Happening”

  • Ulik

    The premise sounds pretty good. I’ll check it out when it premiers.

    • Dedpool

      The trailer got my attention. Looks suitably creepy, and I’m a Leguizamo fan so I’m in. He’s an underrated actor.

      • Ulik

        I like Leguizamo too, I think what it is is that people associate him to much with his comical roles and don’t take him seriously. He’s good.

        • Dedpool

          Exactly. I mean I understand it because that’s how he built his career, but his dramatic work is just as good. He was really good in “Empire” even though it wasn’t a great. Also good in “Moulin Rouge,” “Miracle at St. Anna’s,” “Righteous Kill,” and of course “Romeo+Juliet” I loved his Tybalt!