Greetings, Diabolique Readers!
It was a very busy week indeed for the world of horror and entertainment with 96 hours of New York Comic Con, undoubtedly the biggest media event on the East Coast. With exclusive first looks at many of this years upcoming television shows and films, Diabolique made itself known through jam-packed coverage of many of this years hottest horror projects, including interviews, panel coverage and exclusive photos from the event.
One of the most exciting opportunities that the 2013 New York Comic Con had for Diabolique was the chance to check out the upcoming horror slate from WWE Studios. The studio was revamping their theatrical release slate to revive See No Evil into a bonafide franchise and reboot the Leprechaun franchise back into serious horror. With See No Evil 2, specifically, Diabolique had the chance to speak to returning star Glenn “Kane” Jacobs, the surprisingly humble and incredibly well-read professional wrestler-turned-modern movie monster. Jacobs seemed genuinely happy to return to the role after so many years, and inspired optimism towards the next installment of the underdog franchise from his chat at the WWE Studios Roundtable. You can check out the interview with “Kane” himself below!
See No Evil 2, directed by the Soska Sisters and starring Glenn “Kane” Jacobs, Katharine Isabelle, Danielle Harris and Michael Eklund, will be hitting theaters in 2014 from WWE Studios and Lionsgate Entertainment. For more from Glenn “Kane” Jacobs, you can visit his official wrestling profile here and follow him on Twitter: @KaneWWE. For more from WWE Studios, you can visit their official website and follow it on Twitter: @WWEStudios. For more from See No Evil 2, you can like it’s official Facebook and you can follow it on Twitter: @SeeNoEvil2Movie. You can also get See No Evil on DVD/Blu-ray wherever home media is sold. For more on See No Evil 2, Glenn “Kane” Jacobs and WWE Studios, check back here at DiaboliqueMagazine.com, and don’t forget to keep an eye out for more coverage of New York Comic Con!
Interview shot and edited by Garrett Geary.