‘Fright Night’ Photos with David Tennant as Peter Vincent

Anton Yelchin and Toni Collette also appear in these new shots from Craig Gillespie’s horror remake about a teenager who suspects his neighbor is a vampire.

DreamWorks Pictures has released two new photos from the upcoming horror remake Fright Night, which hits theaters nationwide on August 19. Click on the photos below, which feature a first look at David Tennant as the Vampire hunting illusionist Peter Vincent, alongside Anton Yelchin as Charlie and Toni Collette as his Mom, to access our gallery.

David Tenannt as Peter Vincent

Anton Yelchin and Toni Collette

Fright Night was released August 19th, 2011 and stars Anton Yelchin, Colin Farrell, Toni Collette, David Tennant, Imogen Poots, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Dave Franco, Reid Ewing. The film is directed by Craig Gillespie.

Sources: DreamWorks Pictures

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Comments (9)

  1. Mr_Jellyfish

    At least it's keeping it's sense of fun, unlike most horror remakes these days

    4 years agoby @mr-jellyfishFlag

  2. Equialuv

    YES YES YES!!!!! so excited to see David Tennant! he is awesome!

    4 years agoby @equialuvFlag

  3. hihodiddily

    Definitely taking a different approach to the character... I'm somewhat skeptical but I'm sure it will be at least decent.

    4 years agoby @messiahbolicalFlag

  4. LilZook

    they are going to ruin a classic..plain and simple

    4 years agoby @lilzookFlag

  5. Ledouchee

    Tennant is going to steal this movie.

    4 years agoby @ledoucheeFlag

  6. skywise

    David Tennant is awesome in this role. i cant ait to see the final product.

    4 years agoby @skywiseFlag

  7. Cheetoboy

    This is the new Peter Vincent? Obviously they wanted a more edgier Vampire Hunter, compared to the middle aged Vincent from the 80s one. Hopefully, he can be just as enthusiastic, or even better.

    4 years agoby @cheetoboyFlag

  8. Seawolf63

    I am not feeling this new version, nor the new Peter Vincent, however, it is reasonable to hold my judgement until the film is released. I really love the original classic horror films of decades past. I am not a fan of remakes/reboots in general, but there are some exceptions, such as Carpenter's remake of "The Thing", comes to mind. My worst nightmare of a remake would have to be if Hollywood took on "JAWS".... I would definitely call a Jihad..... Perhaps I should start a thread on this, but I would imagine it has been done to death, because this is a usual hot topic.

    4 years agoby @seawolf63Flag

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