The Wicker Man (2006 film)

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The Wicker Man is a 2006 American/Canadian mystery drama horror film written and directed by Neil LaBute and starring Nicolas Cage.wikipedia
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Neil LaBute

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The Wicker Man is a 2006 American/Canadian mystery drama horror film written and directed by Neil LaBute and starring Nicolas Cage.
He wrote and directed the films Your Friends & Neighbors (1998), Possession (2002) (based on the A.S. Byatt novel), The Shape of Things (2003) (based on his play of the same name), The Wicker Man (2006), Some Velvet Morning (2013), and Dirty Weekend (2015).

Kate Beahan

Policeman Edward Malus (Nicolas Cage) receives news from his ex-fiancée, Willow Woodward (Kate Beahan), that her daughter, Rowan (Erika Shaye Gair), is missing.
Her best-known American film role was playing Sister Willow Woodward in the 2006 horror remake The Wicker Man opposite Nicolas Cage.

Nicolas Cage

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The Wicker Man is a 2006 American/Canadian mystery drama horror film written and directed by Neil LaBute and starring Nicolas Cage. Policeman Edward Malus (Nicolas Cage) receives news from his ex-fiancée, Willow Woodward (Kate Beahan), that her daughter, Rowan (Erika Shaye Gair), is missing.
Poor reviews for The Wicker Man resulted in low box office sales.

The Wicker Man

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The film primarily is a remake of the 1973 British film The Wicker Man, but also draws from its source material, David Pinner's 1967 novel Ritual.
In 2006, an ill-received American remake was released, from which Hardy and others involved with the original have dissociated themselves.

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The Wicker Man is a 2006 American/Canadian mystery drama horror film written and directed by Neil LaBute and starring Nicolas Cage.
Among the many remakes or "reimaginings" of other horror films and franchises are films such as Thirteen Ghosts (2001), The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003), The Hills Have Eyes (2006), Friday the 13th (2009), Children of the Corn (2009), Halloween (2007), Prom Night (2008), The Omen (2006), Carrie (2002), The Wicker Man (2006), Day of the Dead (2008), Night of the Demons (2009), My Bloody Valentine (2009), Willard (2003), Black Christmas (2006), The Amityville Horror (2005), April Fool's Day (2008), The Fog (2005), The Hitcher (2007), It's Alive (2009), When a Stranger Calls (2006), and The Last House on the Left (2009).

JoAnne Sellar

The British film had been in the licensing library of Canal+, which was optioned by producer JoAnne Sellar to Universal.

Ellen Burstyn

The island is led by Sister Summersisle (Ellen Burstyn), an elderly woman who supposedly represents the Goddess they worship.

Molly Parker

At the village school, teacher Sister Rose (Molly Parker) tries to prevent Edward from seeing the class register.
The following year, she appeared as a cultist in Neil LaBute's remake of The Wicker Man (2006).

Ritual (Pinner novel)

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The film primarily is a remake of the 1973 British film The Wicker Man, but also draws from its source material, David Pinner's 1967 novel Ritual.
In 2006, an American version of The Wicker Man was released.

Leelee Sobieski

That same year, she appeared in the horror film In a Dark Place as well as the remake of The Wicker Man starring Nicolas Cage.

Alcon Entertainment

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Millennium sold distribution rights to Alcon Entertainment for distribution through their output deal with Warner Bros. Pictures.

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Then they carry him to an enormous wicker man where he's hoisted high above the ground and shut inside.

The Wicker Tree

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Hardy hoped for filming to begin in Glasgow, Scotland in 2003, but The Riding of the Laddie would not materialize until years later, when it had undergone many changes to become the film The Wicker Tree.
"The New York Times’s reviewer said it wasn't as gritty as the original Wicker Man, but it's a thousand times better than the remake. I was quite happy with that."

Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture

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CinemaScore gave it rating of "F" based on surveys from general audiences.

Brightlight Pictures

Other feature producing credits include The Possession starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Kyra Sedgwick for Mandate Pictures and Lions Gate Films; White Noise 2: The Light starring Nathan Fillion and Katee Sackhoff with Gold Circle Films; In the Name of the King starring Jason Statham; 88 Minutes starring Al Pacino; The Wicker Man starring Nicolas Cage for Nu Image/Millennium Films and Emmett/Furla Films; Slither with Gold Circle Films and Universal and Apollo 18 for The Weinstein Company.

Angelo Badalamenti

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Other projects he has worked in include the television film Witch Hunt, and the films Naked in New York, The City of Lost Children, A Very Long Engagement, The Wicker Man, Dark Water and Secretary.

Avi Lerner

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Other features Lerner has had a hand in include: End Game, starring Cuba Gooding Jr. and James Woods; Edison, starring Morgan Freeman, Kevin Spacey, and Justin Timberlake, 16 Blocks, The Black Dahlia, The Wicker Man, and even Werner Herzog's Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans, starring Nicolas Cage.