Month: June 2019

StudioCanal has announced that the first ever 4K, Ultra High Definition restoration of Nicolas Roeg’s iconic thriller Don’t Look Now (1973) will open in UK cinemas on July 5, and we’re thrilled to be able to bring you this exclusive behind-the-scenes clip, which features cinematographer Tony Richmond talking about the restoration.  © StudioCanal This version of the film will also
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Upcoming Penny Dreadful spin-off series City Of Angels has finally rounded out its cast with six new stars. Joining the series are Adam Rodriguez (Criminal Minds), Thomas Kretschmann (King Kong), Lorenza Izzo (Once Upon A Time In Hollywood), Michael Gladis (Mad Men), Dominic Sherwood (Shadowhunters) and Ethan Peck (Star Trek: Discovery). Here’s a full breakdown of their characters: Adam
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More than three months after dropping Bryan Singer from its upcoming Red Sonja movie, Avi Lerner’s Millennium Films has finally found his replacement. Jill Soloway has officially joined the project as a writer and director. For those unfamiliar with their work, award-winning Soloway is the creator of Amazon series Transparent, which is set to conclude with a fifth
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It’s plants vs zombies in Ever After, a film adaptation of Olivia Vieweg’s comic Endzeit By Josh Slater-Williams 26-06-19 162 Released: TBC Director: Carolina Hellsgård Cast: Gro Swantje Kohlhof, Maja Lehrer, Trine Dyrholm, Barbara Philipp Distributor: Unannounced If you like this, try… The Girl With All The Gifts Another eco-orientated zombie-apocalypse road movie, this time
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The long-awaited third season of Scream is almost here, but with a few major differences. Firstly, the show has moved from MTV to VH1, with the first episode set to premiere on 8 July. Secondly, Season 3 (titled Scream: Resurrection) has been completely reworked, so you can expect new twists, new murders and a whole new cast of
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The upcoming remake of The Craft has found its lead By Poppy-Jay Palmer 25-06-19 47 Things are finally happening with the upcoming remake of The Craft: according to THR, the film has found its lead in the form of Cailee Spaeny. The actress is known for playing Amara Namani in Pacific Rim: Uprising, Rose Summerspring in Bad Times
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She’ll take on the role of the powerful Moiraine in Amazon’s Wheel Of Time series By Abigail Chandler 20-06-19 1,886 Amazon’s adaptation of Robert Jordan’s Wheel Of Time fantasy series was announced some time ago, but now it’s taking very definite steps towards production, with Gone Girl actress Rosamund Pike cast as Moiraine. The news
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I wrote the Steelhaven trilogy between 2012 and 2015. During that period there was a slew of other writers releasing fantasy novels, riding on the popularity of the Game Of Thrones TV show, which were labelled as “Grimdark”. Naturally, Steelhaven was clumped in with those, and having a cast at least partially consisting of amoral,
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This time Amityville 1974 promises to tell the real story By Abigail Chandler 19-06-19 272 After 23 films based on The Amityville Horror, you would be forgiven for thinking that anything that could possibly be said about that haunted house has already been said. But wait! There’s more, apparently. Amityville 1974 has been announced as
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Extant’s Eliza Clark will now be bringing Y: The Last Man to screens By Abigail Chandler 19-06-19 3,098 FX’s Y: The Last Man adaptation hit a speedbump earlier this year when showrunners Michael Green and Aida Mashaka Croal departed, citing ‘creative differences’. But now it looks like the show is back on track, with Eliza
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Titans‘ second season just got even bigger, with Aqualad getting added to the roster. Drew Van Acker, best known for Training Day (pictured above) and Pretty Little Liars, will be joining the cast for Season 2 as Aqualad, sidekick to Aquaman. There have been a couple of Aqualads in the DCU, but, judging by the picture
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Author Suzanne Collins is taking us back to Panem – but without Katniss Everdeen By Abigail Chandler 17-06-19 1,674 Four years on since The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 landed in cinemas, it looks like we’re going to be making a return trip to Panem. Suzanne Collins, author of the original Hunger Games trilogy, has
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