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Exclusive: Paxton Singleton and newcomer Julian Hilliard have come aboard as a series regulars on Netflix’s upcoming Mike Flanagan-helmed adaptation, The Haunting Of Hill House, for Amblin TV and Paramount TV. Based on Shirley Jackson's classic 1959 novel, the 10-episode straight-to-series re-imagining draws from the original classic ghost story while expanding on the mythology of the Crane family. Carla Gugino, Timothy Hutton, Michael Huisman, Oliver Jackson-Cohen… »
Amazon brought Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan to New York Comic-Con this year, debuting the show’s first official trailer and first seven minutes of the pilot and bringing out stars/executive producers John Krasinski, Abbie Cornish, Carlton Cuse and Graham Roland in front of the hundreds of fans who waited for hours to get into the panel. Before the panel, however, Flickering Myth was lucky enough to sit down with Cornish, Cuse and Roland, who shared some interesting tidbits about the forthcoming series.
When we asked what still makes Jack Ryan an important and relevant character over three decades since the character was created in Tom Clancy’s book The Hunt for Red October, co-creator Roland replied, “I think there’s a relatability to Jack Ryan that you don’t find as you much with say a Jack Bauer, »
- Justin Cook
Don’t be spooked by Netflix’s request for bodies—it’s just seeking body doubles for “The Haunting Of Hill House!” Starring Carla Gugino and Timothy Hutton, “The Haunting of Hill House” is a modern re-imagining of Shirley Jackson’s classic 1959 novel. Several Caucasian male and female actors, aged 18–70, are wanted to serve as stand-ins for principal cast members in the series. All roles have specific hair color and height requirements. The production will shoot Oct. 16–April 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. Talent will be paid $150 for 12 hours of work. Keep your sights on these frights and apply directly at Backstage here! Check out Backstage’s Atlanta audition listings! »
John Krasinski is reporting for CIA field duty.
Amazon released a new teaser trailer for Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan at New York Comic-Con on Saturday, and unlike the previous sneak peek, this one is not short on the Office alum in action.
The eight-episode drama — which is based on an idea conceived by Lost’s Carlton Cuse and Graham Roland and therefore not a direct adaptation of Clancy’s popular book series — follows Krasinski’s up-and-coming CIA analyst Jack Ryan, who is thrust into a dangerous field assignment for the first time. »
John Krasinski the action hero is coming to Amazon.
The streaming service has released the first footage of the Office alum in its upcoming series Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan.
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The eight-episode drama — which is based on an idea conceived by Lost‘s Carlton Cuse and Graham Roland and therefore not a direct adaptation of Clancy’s popular book series — follows Krasinski’s up-and-coming CIA analyst Jack Ryan, who is thrust into a dangerous field assignment for the first time. Over the course of the season, “Ryan uncovers »
The casting news keeps rolling in for Mike Flanagan’s take on “The Haunting of Hill House” for Netflix. According to Deadline Mckenna Grace (pictured; Amityville: Awakening) and Violet McGraw (Ready Player One) have joined the cast. Carla Gugino, Timothy Hutton,… Continue Reading →
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- Steve Barton
Netflix’s upcoming The Haunting Of Hill House has added a pair of young actresses as Mckenna Grace and Violet McGraw have been cast in the series adaptation of Shirley Jackson's classic 1959 novel from Amblin TV and Paramount TV. The re-imagining draws from the original classic ghost story while expanding on the mythology of the Crane family. Previously announced cast includes Carla Gugino, Timothy Hutton, Michael Huisman, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Elizabeth Reaser, Kate… »
According to reports, actress Lulu Wilson ("Annabelle: Creation") has joined the cast of the upcoming Netflix/Amblin adaptation of author Shirley Jackson's 1959 novel "The Haunting Of Hill House", previously adapted as the feature "The Haunting":
"...'Hill House' is an eighty-year-old mansion built by long-deceased 'Hugh Crain'. The story follows main characters 'Dr. John Montague', an investigator of the supernatural, 'Eleanor Vance', a shy young woman who resents having lived as a recluse caring for her demanding invalid mother, 'Theodora', a flamboyant, bohemian artist and 'Luke Sanderson', the young heir to 'Hill House'.
"Dr. Montague hopes to find scientific evidence of the existence of the supernatural. He rents Hill House for a summer and invites as his guests several people, chosen because of their past experience with paranormal events.
"Of these, only Eleanor and Theodora accept. Eleanor travels to the house, where she and Theodora will live in isolation with Montague and Luke. »
- Michael Stevens
Simon Brew Sep 15, 2017
Scott has, as always, assembled a hell of a cast too. This time, he’s got Kevin Spacey, Michelle Williams, Mark Wahlberg and Timothy Hutton together, and the film itself is but a few months away now from release.
The first trailer has just been released, and we’ve got a synopsis along with it. We shall thus get down to business…
Here’s the synopsis…
Sneak Peek director Ridley Scott's upcoming crime thriller "All the Money in the World", based on a book by author John Pearson, focusing on the real-life kidnapping of 'John Paul Getty III', starring Michelle Williams, Kevin Spacey, Mark Wahlberg, Romain Duris, Charlie Plummer and Timothy Hutton, opening December 8, 2017:
"..."All The Money In The World' follows the kidnapping of 16-year-old 'John Paul Getty III' (Plummer) and the desperate attempt by his devoted mother 'Gail' (Williams) to convince his billionaire grandfather (Spacey) to pay the ransom.
"When Getty Sr. refuses, Gail attempts to sway him, as her son's captors become increasingly volatile and brutal. With her son's life in the balance, Gail and Getty's advisor (Wahlberg) become unlikely allies in the race against time that ultimately reveals the true and lasting value of love over money..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "All The Money In The World »
- Michael Stevens
"We look like you, but we're not like you. It's like we're from another planet." Sony Pictures has debuted the first official trailer for Ridley Scott's All the Money in the World, a crime thriller set in the 1970s about a massive kidnapping plot arranged by a left-wing paramilitary organization in Italy. With this now scheduled to open in December, it means (believe it or not!) we're getting two new Ridley Scott movies this year, the other being Alien: Covenant. All the Money in the World stars Mark Wahlberg, Kevin Spacey, Michelle Williams, Timothy Hutton, Charlie Plummer, Andrew Buchan, Olivia Grant, Teresa Mahoney, Romain Duris, and Charlie Shotwell. Ridley Scott always pulls together some of the best casts. This looks so damn good, a nice change from his recent sci-fi, and I dig the setting in Italy in the 70s. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Ridley Scott »
- Alex Billington
Sony Pictures has released the first trailer, poster and photo for All the Money in the World, which could very well be one of the early Oscar candidates this year, showcasing an incredible true story. Kevin Spacey stars as billionaire oil magnate J. Paul Getty, who was once considered the richest man in the history of the world, although he would not use that wealth to free his 16-year-old grandson John Paul Getty III, when he was kidnapped in 1973. What's perhaps the most impressive part of this trailer is how quickly this movie came together in the first place.
We first reported on this project almost exactly six months ago in March, when director Ridley Scott signed on to this kidnapping drama, with production slated to begin this past May, despite no cast members being attached. While production start dates often come and go without coming to fruition, the film wrapped principal photography in mid-August, »
Rebecca Lea Sep 11, 2017
The film: Thad Beaumont (Timothy Hutton) has been writing under the pseudonym of George Stark for several years, publishing enormously successful crime thrillers that allow him to live in relative comfort with his wife Lisa (Amy Madigan). However, when a Stark fan connects the dots, Thad decides to ‘kill off’ Stark in order to reboot his writing career under the Beaumont name. Stark (also Timothy Hutton) isn’t quite ready to go just yet. The man himself comes to life and embarks on a killing spree that attracts the attention of the local law enforcement, Alan Pangborn (Michael Rooker).
They say, those mysterious people who dispense advice from afar, to write what you know. Stephen King often weaves a little »
Oliver Jackson-Cohen (The Raven) is the latest to join the cast of “The Haunting of Hill House”, Netflix’s modern re-imagining of Shirley Jackson’s classic 1959 novel, Deadline says. He joins Timothy Hutton, Carla Gugino, Michel Huisman, Elizabeth Reaser, Kate Siegel and Henry Thomas in the 10-episode straight-to-series drama, which hails from genre filmmaker Mike Flanagan, Steven […] »
- Brad Miska
Oliver Jackson-Cohen has joined the cast of The Haunting Of Hill House, Netflix's modern re-imagining of Shirley Jackson's classic 1959 novel. He joins Timothy Hutton, Carla Gugino, Michel Huisman, Elizabeth Reaser, Kate Siegel and Henry Thomas in the 10-episode straight-to-series drama, which hails from genre filmmaker Mike Flanagan, Steven Spielberg's Amblin TV and Paramount TV. The Netflix version of The Haunting Of Hill House draws from the original classic ghost… »
AnnaLynne McCord wants to “hear your body talk, body talk.”
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Set in the world of competitive aerobics, the modern-day fitness series follows lazy cover-band singer Joe (Jones), who inherits his family’s broken-down gym after his father (aka “The Godfather of Aerobics”) passes away. Diamantopoulos will play Joe’s aerobics and business rival Barry Cross, while McCord will play Claudia, »
Timothy Hutton is headed to Netflix. Deadline reports the American Crime star has joined the streaming service's upcoming TV show The Haunting of Hill House.Based on the novel by Shirley Jackson, the horror drama follows the strange, paranormal experiences of the inhabitants and guests at the mysterious Hill House. The novel has been adapted for film twice, first in 1963 and in 1999, as The Haunting.Read More… »
ITV and Studio Ramsay have teamed up to produce “Gordon on Cocaine,” a new two-part series from celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. Britain is Europe’s largest user of cocaine, which is rampant in the restaurant industry. The show will follow Ramsay as he travels the world to uncover the secrets of the drug and the damage it has done. Ramsay, who lost a friend to the drug in 2003, said, “I’ve wanted to understand the world of cocaine ever since I lost one of my chefs…and I wanted to learn why it’s becoming such an epidemic not just globally but specifically in the culinary world….The documentary is gritty and shocking, but importantly an eye opener and hopefully a real education to all those in our industry and beyond »
- Matt Fernandez
Some good news hit the wire today relating to Netflix’s upcoming “The Haunting of Hill House” series as Deadline reports that Timothy Hutton has been tapped as a lead in the streaming service’s modern re-imagining of Shirley Jackson’s classic 1959 novel.… Continue Reading →
- Debi Moore
Joining the previously announced Carla Gugino (Gerald’s Game) and Kate Siegel (Hush), Deadline reports that Timothy Hutton (“American Crime”) will star in Netflix’s 10-episode re-imagining of Shirley Jackson’s classic 1959 novel, “The Haunting of Hill House.“ The site notes that “no character information is being revealed, though Hutton is believed to be playing the father of the Crane […] »
- John Squires
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