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Christina Hendricks, Alysia Reiner, Anna Camp join 'Egg'

17 July 2017 12:49 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Dark comedy set to shoot in New York later this summer.

Production company Over Easy has castChristina Hendricks, Alysia Reiner, and Anna Camp as the leads in Egg.

The story centres on a conceptual artist and her passive-aggressive husband who invite a pregnant art school rival and her power-hungry husband to their loft in the Bronx for dinner, and surprise their guests with the artist’s work-in-progress – a radical alternative to motherhood. David Alan Basche and Gbenga Akinnagbe will also star.  

Marianna Palka will direct the comedy from a script written by Risa Mickenberg, author of Taxi Driver Wisdom. Palka is a four time Sundance Film Festival alumnus whose directorial debut Good Dick premiered in 2008.

Hendricks is best known for Mad Men and recently starred in The Neon Demon. She was just announced as a lead in the upcoming NBC series Good Girls. Upcoming films include Candy Jar, for Netflix, with [link=nm »

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Production Wraps on ‘Hustle Down’ Starring Tom Sizemore, Bai Ling (Exclusive)

11 July 2017 8:10 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Production has just wrapped in Baja, Mexico, on action-comedy “Hustle Down,” starring Tom Sizemore, Bai Ling and Paul Sidhu, Variety has learned exclusively.

Hustle Down” is produced by Ultramedia in collaboration with Badhouse Studios. The film also features Kevin Gage, Raymond J. Barry, Vanessa Angel, and Noel Gugliemi.

R. Ellis Frazier directed from Benjamin Budd’s script in which Sizemore portrays a two-bit hustler and the driver for a Baja drug cartel, finds himself relying on a skilled-but-reluctant bounty hunter, portrayed by Sidhu, to stay out of the grasps of a merciless assassin and vicious thugs led by a rival gang leader. The duo crosses paths with a sultry dancer — played by Ling, who has many secrets and a greater stake in all of this than they first realize.

Beaumont and Frazier produced with Justin Nesbitt, Jessica Hoang, and Geoffrey Ross serving as co-producers. Ultramedia is handling worldwide sales and plans to screen the film for buyers »

- Dave McNary

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Helen Hunt: Latest Oscar-winning actress to become Emmy-nominated director?

10 July 2017 6:00 PM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Could “As Good as it Gets” Oscar winner Helen Hunt have just as much awards success behind the camera as she did in front of the camera? Going from an Academy Award for performing to an Emmy nomination for directing may seem like a unique achievement, but Hunt would actually be the fourth actress to […] »

- Daniel Montgomery

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TV Agent Ashley Holland Exits CAA for Wme (Exclusive)

10 July 2017 1:33 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

CAA agent Ashley Holland has joined Wme’s scripted television department, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.

The Stanford alumna began her career as an intern at CAA in 2009 and rose to agent in 2013, where she has worked with clients including Ava DuVernay, Eva Longoria, Helen Hunt, playwright Katori Hall (The Mountaintop), Insecure executive producer and director Melina Matsoukas, comedienne and writer Robin Thede, The Americans writer Tracey Scott Wilson and actress/writer Diarra Kilpatrick (ABC digital series American Koko).

A key member of CAA’s multicultural development group, Holland appeared onstage at the agency’s Amplify summit last month »

- Rebecca Sun

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Shots Fired: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two on Fox?

7 July 2017 9:18 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Vulture WatchWill Ashe and Preston remain on the case? Has the Shots Fired TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Fox? The television vulture is watching for the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Shots Fired season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   What's This TV Show About?Airing on the Fox television network, Shots Fired stars Sanaa Lathan, Stephan James, Stephen Moyer, Will Patton, Mack Wilds, Aisha Hinds, Clare-Hope Ashitey, Conor Leslie, DeWanda Wise, and Richard Dreyfuss. Helen Hunt, Jill Hennessy, and Dennis Haysbert guest star.A timely mystery drama thriller, Shots Fired is a 10-hour limited series which explores the tense aftermath of two racially charged shootings in a small North Carolina town. When African-American Deputy »

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Labor Department Document Sheds New Light On Secret 2011 SAG Dues Hike; Union Responds – Update

7 July 2017 4:14 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Updated with SAG-aftra statement, 5:14 Pm: A U.S. Department of Labor document obtained by SAG-aftra presidential candidate Peter Antico is raising new questions about the Screen Actors Guild's decision to secretly raise the dues of 771 high-earning actors back in 2011. The secret dues hike, which reportedly raised $1.5 million for the union, targeted some of the biggest names in Hollywood including Tom Cruise, Angelina Jolie, Johnny Depp, Ray Liotta, Helen Hunt, Tea… »

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Labor Department Document Sheds New Light On Secret 2011 SAG Dues Hike; Union Responds – Update

7 July 2017 4:14 PM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Updated with SAG-aftra statement, 5:14 Pm: A U.S. Department of Labor document obtained by SAG-aftra presidential candidate Peter Antico is raising new questions about the Screen Actors Guild's decision to secretly raise the dues of 771 high-earning actors back in 2011. The secret dues hike, which reportedly raised $1.5 million for the union, targeted some of the biggest names in Hollywood including Tom Cruise, Angelina Jolie, Johnny Depp, Ray Liotta, Helen Hunt, Tea… »

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The 25 Best Romances of the 21st Century, From ‘Carol’ to ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’

7 July 2017 11:39 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Eat your heart out, moviegoers. Everyone loves a good love story whether they admit it or not, and the 21st century has brought us more than a few couples worth rooting for: Clementine and Joel, Ennis and Jack, Joaquin and his computer. Often these unions are unconventional or hidden in the guise of something more high-concept — straightforward romances are so 20th century — but at the end of the day, we all want to see a happy ending for our smitten lovers.

Our list goes all over the map, from the mainstream maestro Nancy Meyers to international masters like Wong Kar-Wai. Some were blockbuster hits (“Twilight,” “The Proposal”); others have hardly been seen stateside at all (Lee Chang-dong’s 2002 “Oasis”). However, all of them illustrate some essential element of love, from falling to longing and all the sticky bits in between.

While the zeitgeist has skewed toward the melancholy, that’s »

- Michael Nordine and Anne Thompson

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The 25 Best Romances of the 21st Century, From ‘Carol’ to ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’

7 July 2017 11:39 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Eat your heart out, moviegoers. Everyone loves a good love story whether they admit it or not, and the 21st century has brought us more than a few couples worth rooting for: Clementine and Joel, Ennis and Jack, Joaquin and his computer. Often these unions are unconventional or hidden in the guise of something more high-concept — straightforward romances are so 20th century — but at the end of the day, we all want to see a happy ending for our smitten lovers.

Our list goes all over the map, from the mainstream maestro Nancy Meyers to international masters like Wong Kar-Wai. Some were blockbuster hits (“Twilight,” “The Proposal”); others have hardly been seen stateside at all (Lee Chang-dong’s 2002 “Oasis”). However, all of them illustrate some essential element of love, from falling to longing and all the sticky bits in between.

While the zeitgeist has skewed toward the melancholy, that’s »

- Michael Nordine and Anne Thompson

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Helen Hunt on Her First Emmy Win and Awards Show Nerves

19 June 2017 12:00 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

By 1996, Candice Bergen had had enough. After five Emmy wins for lead actress in a comedy, the “Murphy Brown” star declined further nominations for the part. “Mad About You’s” Helen Hunt picked up her baton. And while NBC’s frank and honest sitcom about married life would eventually garner Hunt four Emmy wins — as well as launch her television directing career — she still cannot fathom why her co-star (and the series’ co-creator) Paul Reiser did not have the same luck with TV Academy voters. Hunt, who this season appeared onscreen in Fox’s “Shots Fired” and also directed episodes of FX’s “Feud” and NBC’s “This Is Us,” reflects on that win for Variety.

The first thing you did when you won your Emmy in 1996 was thank Candice Bergen “for her generosity of spirit.”

Well, the year before she said she thought Helen Hunt would win. She teed me up and then made sure it »

- Whitney Friedlander

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Emmy Predictions 2017: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie

12 June 2017 5:28 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Last Year’s Winner: Regina King, “American Crime

Still Eligible: Yes.

Hot Streak: Regina King won two years in a row for her roles in “American Crime.” ABC cancelled the well-reviewed but low-rated anthology series after its third season.

Fun Fact: No one has won more than twice in this category, though Kathy Bates holds the record for most nominations with seven total nods.

Perhaps the most intriguing competition within this category is internal. “Big Little Lies” offers a few options in supporting actresses, primarily Laura Dern and Shailene Woodley. Dern is a five-time nominee (and two-time Oscar nominee) and beloved within the community. (She’s reportedly up for the presidency of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.) Woodley could’ve been positioned as a lead, given her role’s prominence, and that could work for or against her in this category.

Read More:Laura Dern Speaks the »

- Ben Travers

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Helen Hunt on Directing ‘Feud’: ‘It’s About What It’s Like to be A Woman As An Artist’

12 June 2017 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Helen Hunt rose to stardom in NBC’s hit sitcom “Mad About You,” but these days her priority is spending more time behind the camera. This season, she helmed episodes of NBC’s family dramedy “This is Us,” CBS’ comedy “Life in Pieces” — and FX’s old-Hollywood flashback “Feud,” from executive producer Ryan Murphy. (Of course, she also starred in Fox’s limited series crime drama “Shots Fired.”)

Here, she tells Variety about moving from acting to directing, lessons learned from her famous father, and the deeper meaning behind “Feud.”

You started directing when you were on “Mad About You.” Was that an important switch for you?

I always knew that if I wanted to build up mileage [as a director], this would be the place to do it. The crew was on my team and Paul [Reiser] was on my team. And I had great mentors who worked with me: my dad, [director Gordon Hunt], who won a DGA award for directing the »

- Whitney Friedlander

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Zoe Lister-Jones on Hiring an All-Female Crew for Her Directorial Debut “Band Aid”

7 June 2017 12:01 PM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Band Aid

Zoe Lister-Jones is an actress, writer, and producer. And now she’s a director. “Band Aid,” her directorial debut, is a terrific story about a couple who decide to turn their epic fights into songs. She’s a true talent and I look forward to seeing what the “Life in Pieces” star does next.

Band Aid” is in theaters now and will be available on VOD June 9. Head over Fandango to find tickets and screening info.

W&H: I loved your movie. It’s so current and meaningful, yet funny. It’s just wonderful. Congratulations.

Zlj: Thank you so much.

W&H: I’ve seen many of your movies, and we’ve had several conversations and interviews together. This feels like a big step for you as a writer-director. Do you feel that way too?

Zlj: Yes, absolutely. It’s the first film that I’ve written independently of Daryl Wein, who’s both my husband and writing partner of many years. It’s my first feature as a director. It does feel different and exciting.

In retrospect, it was one of the most creatively enriching experiences of my life.

W&H: What made you decide to work independently from Daryl on this piece?

Zlj: I think we were both looking to stake more independence in our creative pursuits. This is not to say that we won’t collaborate again — it can obviously be incredibly fulfilling to work with your romantic partner on art. But, it can also be difficult to create boundaries between the personal and professional. I think we were both excited to have space in our home life; it felt a little more free of the work itself.

W&H: You have written movies before, but you’ve never directed before. What went off in your head and said, “I’m ready to direct and star in this”?

Zlj: Well, when I wrote it, I knew I would star in it. I didn’t yet know that I was set to direct it.

Once I finished the script, it just felt like the story that I wanted to tell as a director. I was excited about the creative autonomy that this would endow to the project. I was really excited about the intersection of those varying responsibilities. I was excited about directing while acting and directing my own writing.

At this stage in my life, both personally and artistically, it just felt like the next logical step.

W&H: Your lead actor, Adam Pally, is so good in this. I feel like it’s his moment, too. You two seem to have a great rapport; it really seemed like you had been married for a long time. Did you know each other before this?

Zlj: We actually had — only very briefly — met twice before I offered him the role in the film. I was an admirer of his work, and in the brief interactions that we’d had, there was an ease between us.

There’s sort of this shared sensibility in terms of humor, so I was excited to work with him. I actually didn’t know how well he played guitar, so that was an added bonus since we played all of the music live in the film. It was a really amazing collaboration. I really love working with him as both an actor and director.

W&H: When we’ve spoken previously, you’ve talked about wanting to make films on your own terms — and that’s why you’ve made small films. I don’t know the difference in terms of funding and budget, but this one seems different in terms of its Sundance and IFC distribution journey. Talk a bit about how this process was different than your previous films.

Zlj: Well, I asked Natalia Anderson, who produces “Life in Pieces,” if she wanted to produce this film with me. She had an existing relationship with a company called QC Entertainment that just executive produced Jordan Peele’s “Get Out.” She brought them the script.

In a totally rare turn of events, they got the script on a Friday, and on Monday they signed on to finance the film.

W&H: That never happens.

Zlj: It never happens, no. The rest wasn’t so different from my past independent films. We got it on its seat relatively quickly — the day we began production was five months to the day from when I asked Natalia to get on board. We worked really hard to get it up quickly.

We shot last June, edited over the summer, submitted to Sundance in September, and premiered in competition in January.

W&H: That sounds like a dream story. For some people, Sundance is a little overwhelming. As a first-time female filmmaker, do you have any advice? Can you share lessons you learned from that experience?

Zlj: I think the important thing is to not get too caught up in sales. We were a film that premiered later — on the Tuesday following the opening weekend. As a filmmaker, you’re reading about all of the sales that have already happened and the films that are getting all of this buzz. It’s easy to get a little caught up in those elements.

From the beginning of the writing stages of this film, I’ve tried to really focus on the process almost exclusively — on finding the joy in the work itself and not letting those elements of industry and commerce be that experience. Of course it proves very challenging when you’re at Sundance, but I would advise to try your best to live in the moment and enjoy how exciting it is to be there, regardless of what happens with your movie.

W&H: That’s good advice. So, you had pretty much all women working on this film.

Zjl: It was an entirely female crew.

W&H: Right. Talk about why this was a deliberate choice for you.

Zlj: On a personal level, I’ve always felt that something very special happens when women come together. I’d only really experienced that in social circumstances, and I wanted to see what it would feel like if that experience was translated in the context of making art.

Through my own experience both in front of the camera and behind it, I’m incredibly aware of the underrepresentation of women on film and television crews. I wanted to create opportunities in departments where they’re rarely afforded to them.

W&H: While working on your television show, “Life in Pieces,” how many female directors have you seen per season?

Zlj: I think that television is actually in better shape than the film industry in terms of diverse hiring, especially when it comes to directors. On crews, it’s a very different thing. We’ve had a number of awesome female directors on “Life in Pieces,” and I’m proud of the show for doing that, but I do think that on the crew women are few and far between.

I think that was why it wasn’t just about department heads for me. It was really about creating an environment where women could feel their most confident and could gain the experience necessary to open more doors in the future.

W&H: Wow. That’s amazing and wonderful. Congratulations for that. Are there any women directors who inspire you or who inspired your directing?

Zlj: There are plenty. I love Miranda July; I love her as an artist in general and as a director. Patty Jenkins is an amazing example of someone whose career I admire, and I’m so excited to see “Wonder Woman.” Helen Hunt has also been directing many episodes of “Life in Pieces,” and I really admire her and her work.

There are so many. Ava DuVernay, Kathryn Bigelow, Sofia Coppola, Gina Prince-Bythewood. The list goes on and on.

W&H: Do you and your friends or colleagues talk about the dire straits for women directors? Is that something you think about and discuss?

Zlj: Totally. My female friends who work in the industry are all too aware of the double standards that exist. After working on “Band Aid,” a number of my crew members wrote to me afterwards about their subsequent projects and how they’re the only woman on their respective crew.

The reality is still pretty bleak. I think a lot needs to happen to effect change.

W&H: If you had one thing that you would tell someone to do to make the change, what would it be?

Zlj: Hire all-female crews. I just knew that if I set out to hire as many women as possible, I would basically end up with the same ratio we see on day-to-day sets. Even as a woman at the helm, you’re still faced with similar pitfalls or biases in terms of perceived lack of experience or existing relationships.

In order to really effect change, you have to subvert the paradigm completely.

W&H: I totally agree. At Cannes, Jane Campion was suggesting that they have all-female juries.

Zlj: That would be amazing.

W&H: What do you read, watch, or listen to that inspires you as an artist?

Zlj: I’ve been so consumed by my own movie that I haven’t been a good consumer of popular culture lately.

W&H: How about when you were thinking of writing the movie? You’re a songwriter. That’s part of who you are. How do you find that spark?

Zlj: I came of age in the ’90s, so a lot of my favorite musicians come from around that time. Matador Records was big for me: bands like Pavement, Yo La Tengo, and Liz Phair were all pretty transformative in terms of my musical sensibility.

I went to college in New York in 2000, and that was an amazing moment for music. The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Liars came onto the scene. In terms of my own songwriting, those bands are pretty influential.

Now, there are so many bands doing incredible work. I’m really into Angel Olsen. I think Grizzly Bear is great. There are too many to even list.

In terms of television and film, I love “Broad City”; it’s one of my favorite shows. I’m a big “Homeland” watcher. In television, there is a more space for complicated and unapologetic female protagonists, so I tend to be drawn to a lot of those stories.

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Helen Hunt set to star in 'I See You'

7 June 2017 10:35 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Zodiac Features plans a late-summer shoot in Cleveland, Ohio. Bankside Films handles international sales.

Zodiac Features has announced Helen Hunt will star in its horror film I See You.

Adam Randall will direct the film from a script by Devon Graye about a child abduction investigator struggling with infidelity in his marriage.

As his wife’s guilt gnaws away at her grip on reality, a malign presence infiltrates the investigator’s home, putting the young son in mortal danger.  An unexpected change in perspective reveals a ghost from the past, and the truth about the real evil in their household is finally uncovered.

Matt Waldeck will produce for Zodiac Features, while Ben Hecht will serve as executive producers for Zodiac, alongside Hilary Davis, Stephen Kelliher and Patrick Howson for Bankside Films, and Phil Hunt and Compton Ross for Head Gear Films.  

Hunt will next be seen in Candy Jar with Christina Hendricks and Live Like Line with Erin Moriarty »

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Helen Hunt To Star In Horror-Thriller ‘I See You’

7 June 2017 9:00 AM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Helen Hunt has been set to star in I See You, a Zodiac Picures horror thriller to be directed by Adam Randall (Netflix’s iBoy). Shooting on the pic will begin this summer in Cleveland. The plot: Infidelity has put great strain on the Harper household as Greg, the lead investigator in a child abduction case which has brought into the spotlight a similar case from years past, struggles to find a way to forgive his well-heeled wife, Jackie (Hunt). As her guilt slowly gnaws… »

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Helen Hunt to Star in Horror-Thriller ‘I See You’

7 June 2017 9:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Helen Hunt has come on board to star in the horror-thriller “I See You” for Zodiac Features with shooting starting in Cleveland in the late summer.

Adam Randall is directing from a script by Devon Graye. Hunt will portray the well-heeled wife of the lead investigator in a child abduction case which has brought into the spotlight a similar case from years past. The investigator struggles to find a way to forgive his wife for infidelity — and while her guilt slowly gnaws away at her grip on reality, a malicious presence begins manifesting itself in their home, putting their young son in mortal danger.

Matt Waldeck will produce for Zodiac Features. Executives producers are Ben Hecht for Zodiac, alongside Hilary Davis, Stephen Kelliher and Patrick Howson for Bankside Films, and Phil Hunt and Compton Ross for Head Gear Films.

CAA packaged the film and will co-represent domestic sales with Bankside Films, »

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Helen Hunt to Star in Indie Horror Thriller ‘I See You’

7 June 2017 9:00 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Oscar-winning actress Helen Hunt will star in the indie horror thriller “I See You.” Adam Randall (“iBoy”) will the direct the film from a script by Devon Graye. Production will begin later this summer in Cleveland. Hunt will play the adulterous and well-heeled wife of the lead investigator of a child abduction case that has brought the spotlight to a similar case from years ago. As her guilt slowly gnaws away at her grip on reality, a malicious presence begins manifesting itself in their home that puts their young son in mortal danger.  Also Read: Helen Hunt's Teen Crush Rick Springfield. »

- Thom Geier

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Julianna Margulies Curses Out, Stabs Ali Wentworth In Bloody Nightcap Video

6 June 2017 12:01 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

A heads-up to late-night talent bookers everywhere: Julianna Margulies doesn’t want your sloppy seconds.

In Wednesday’s Season 2 premiere of Ali Wentworth’s talk show satire Nightcap (8/7c on Pop), The Good Wife vet — spoofing herself — is none too pleased when she learns she’s no longer the lead guest on Nightcap with Jimmy. And to add insult to injury, the Emmy winner is getting bumped for a Youtube personality.

RelatedGood Wife Spinoff: Ep Teases Possible Julianna Margulies Appearance

“Are you trying to downgrade me?” Margulies rages to Wentworth’s booker Staci in the exclusive clip above. “Do you think I’m stupid, »

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Scream Factory Announces September Blu-ray Releases for After Midnight (1989), Dan O’Bannon’s The Resurrected & More

26 May 2017 11:28 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

As special guests on the Shock Waves podcast, the fine folks at Scream Factory just gave horror fans four big reasons to look forward to September, as they announced Blu-ray releases for The Spell (September 5th), Dan O'Bannon's The Resurrected, aka Shatterbrain (September 12th), After Midnight (September 26th), and A Quiet Place in the Country (September 26th).

From Scream Factory: "We just announced four new upcoming titles on the Shockwaves podcast (which you can listen to and hear a lot more Scream Factory scoop @ http://www.blumhouse.com/podcast/ ). Here’s are the early details!

The Resurrected (also known as Shatterbrain) (1991) – Since the beginning of time, man has struggled with death. Now Charles Dexter Ward (Chris Sarandon, Fright Night), a wealthy scientist, may have found a way to beat it. Using an ancient diary and human remains, Ward begins a terrifying and bloody pursuit for immortality. By the »

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Friends' Matthew Perry Reveals the Chandler Storyline He Rejected

19 May 2017 8:17 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The men of Friends were never shy about their love of sandwiches, but as it turns out, that love did have a limit.

RelatedFriends Reunion: 8 Fun Facts Revealed During James Burrows Tribute

During an appearance on Thursday’s Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, Matthew Perry was asked if there was ever a time when he thought Friends jumped the shark, or if there were ever any storylines he just couldn’t believe.

“There was a storyline on Friends where Chandler went to a male strip joint because he really liked the sandwiches,” Perry revealed. “I called up and said, »

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