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Mike Flanagan’s Before I Wake has been “in the can” for some time, and now we have a trailer and a new release date for the film. From Relativity Studios, Before I Wake stars Thomas Jane (The Punisher, 2007’s The Mist), Kate Bosworth (Straw Dogs remake), and Jacob Tremblay (Room) and will hit theaters on September 9th.
“In this intense and heart pounding supernatural thriller, Jessie (Kate Bosworth) and Mark (Thomas Jane) decide to take in a sweet and loving 8-year-old boy, Cody. Unbeknownst to them, Cody is terrified of falling asleep. At first, they assume his previous unstable homes caused his aversion to sleep, but soon discover why: Cody’s dreams manifest in reality as he sleeps. In one moment they experience the incredible wonder of Cody’s imagination, and in the next, the horrific nature of his night terrors. To save their new family, Jessie and Mark »
- Tamika Jones
Jacob Tremblay won the hearts of cinephiles with his touching turn in “Room,” but in the upcoming “Before I Wake,” the pint-sized actor is turning up the terror. He’s the creepy kid at the center of some very weird shenanigans in the latest from “Oculus” director Mike Flanagan. Co-starring Kate Bosworth, Thomas Jane, Annabeth Gish, […]
- Kevin Jagernauth
In this intense and heart pounding supernatural thriller, Jessie (Kate Bosworth) and Mark (Thomas Jane) decide to take in a sweet and loving 8-year-old boy, Cody. Unbeknownst to them, Cody is terrified of falling asleep.
At first, they assume his previous unstable homes caused his aversion to sleep, but soon discover why: Cody’s dreams manifest in reality as he sleeps. In one moment they experience the incredible wonder of Cody’s imagination, and in the next, the horrific nature of his night terrors. To save their new family, Jessie and Mark embark on a dangerous hunt to uncover the truth behind Cody’s nightmares.
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- Michelle McCue
Stop, drop, and roll. The Halt and Catch Fire TV show's third season premieres on AMC Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 9:00pm Et/Pt. The Texas-sized season three debut features back-to-back episodes. The third season picks up in March 1986. Check out these Halt and Catch Fire season three "first-look" photos, above and below.The Halt and Catch Fire TV series cast includes: Scoot McNairy, Kerry Bishé, Toby Huss, Lee Pace, and Mackenzie Davis. In the third season, Annabeth Gish recurs as Diane Gould, a seasoned Silicon Valley venture capitalist. Manish Dayal recurs as Ryan Ray, a talented and ambitious programmer.Read More… »
AMC has released five first-look images from the third season of its tech drama series Halt and Catch Fire, along with a premiere date announcement of August 23rd; take a look below…
In the third season, which picks up in March 1986, Mutiny leaves Texas for the big leagues of Silicon Valley. Founders Cameron Howe (Mackenzie Davis) and Donna Clark (Kerry Bishé) search for the idea that will launch Mutiny as a player, but new collaborators test their partnership. Gordon (Scoot McNairy) struggles to find a place within his wife’s company as Joe McMillan (Lee Pace) builds upon his empire, reinventing himself with a bold play that shocks the Valley and sends him back into the lives of his old partners.
In addition to Pace, McNairy, Bishé, Davis and Toby Huss as John Bosworth, the third season features Annabeth Gish as Diane Gould, a seasoned Silicon Valley venture capitalist, and Manish Dayal as Ryan Ray, »
- Amie Cranswick
By the end of its second season, AMC's Halt and Catch Fire had become one of TV's very best dramas, and the critical reception, coupled with some financial incentives for AMC (which also owns the show), spared it from falling down the Brilliant-But-Canceled rabbit hole. A third season was ordered, and AMC finally announced the premiere date today. The third season will begin with a two-hour premiere on Tuesday, August 23 at 9 p.m., with additional episodes airing Tuesdays at 10 starting the following week. According to the press release: In the third season, which picks up in March 1986, Mutiny leaves Texas for the big leagues of Silicon Valley. Founders Cameron Howe (Mackenzie Davis) and Donna Clark (Kerry Bishé) search for the idea that will launch Mutiny as a player, but new collaborators test their partnership. Gordon (Scoot McNairy) struggles to find a place within his wife’s company as Joe McMillan »
- Alan Sepinwall
Here’s news that’ll reboot your spirits: AMC has chosen a return date for Halt and Catch Fire. The 1980s computer drama’s two-hour Season 3 premiere will bow on Tuesday, Aug. 23, at 9/8c.
Subsequent episodes will air Tuesdays at 10 pm. Vox first reported the date.
Per the official press release: “In the third season, which picks up in March 1986, Mutiny leaves Texas for the big leagues of Silicon Valley. Founders Cameron Howe (Mackenzie Davis) and Donna Clark (Kerry Bishé) search for the idea that will launch Mutiny as a player, »
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Girl Meets World, Supergirl, UnREAL and The Americans!
1 | We get that it was meant to reflect a big change in the characters’ lives, but could Girl Meets World have made high school seem any more terrifying or depressing? (It ain’t prison, people!) And how did the seniors get Riley’s home address to pay her a visit at the bay window?
RelatedAsk Ausiello: Spoilers on The Flash, Chicago Fire, Outlander, Gotham, Bones, »
Relativity Studios, newly emerged from bankruptcy, announced that it will release four films during the remainder of 2016, the first movies to come out of the company since in slipped into Chapter 11 protection last July.
The company founded by Ryan Kavanaugh said that “Before I Wake,” a horror film starring Kate Bosworth, will debut Sept. 9. The movie was directed by Mike Flanagan and also stars Jacob Tremblay, Thomas Jane and Annabeth Gish. It had previously been set for release on Oct. 16, according to a declaration filed with the bankruptcy court.
Next up, the company slated “Masterminds,” a crime comedy starring Zach Galifianakis, Kristen Wiig, Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis, for Sept 30. Jared Hess directed the movie, which was produced by Lorne Michaels (“Baby Mama,” “Mean Girls”) and John Goldwyn (“The Guilt Trip,” “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.”) The company had previously set a Sept. 16 lunch.
The studio chose Nov. 18 for »
- James Rainey
Rainn Wilson‘s next TV role is described as “extremely self-important” — a quality he’s got plenty of experience playing.
The Office vet will guest-star on Roadies, Showtime’s upcoming comedy about the reckless, romantic, funny and poignant lives of a group of backstage workers who live for music and the de facto family they’ve formed along the way.
Wilson will appear as Bryce Newman, a famous and highly conceited music journalist. The series — which stars Luke Wilson (Old School) and Carla Gugino (Wayward Pines) — premieres Sunday, June 26, at 10/9c.
The resurgence of Annabeth Gith continues with the news that she will join AMC’s drama series Halt And Catch Fire for the duration of its upcoming third season. Frequently popping up in handfuls of episodes of TV shows such as Criminal Minds, Once Upon A Time, Parenthood and Pretty Little Liars, her role in Halt And Catch Fire will represent her biggest commitment since joining the cast of The X-Files in 2001.
Halt And Catch Fire is set in the early 1980s in the Silicon Prairie Of Texas, and charts the ‘personal computer revolution’ through the eyes of fictional industry insiders. It stars Lee Pace (Guardians Of The Galaxy), Scoot McNairy (Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice), Aleksa Palladino (Boardwalk Empire), Kerry Bishe (Argo), MacKenzie Davis (The Martian), John Getz (The Social Network), and Annette O’Toole (Smallville), and has been nominated for a number of awards during the course of its two season, »
- Sarah Myles
Annabeth Gish, coming off reprising her role as Agent Monica Reyes on Fox’s The X-Files event series, has joined the cast of AMC’s 1980s PC revolution drama Halt and Catch Fire for a season-long arc on the upcoming third season. She will play Diane Gould, a successful venture capitalist and divorced mother of two who is considering an investment in Mutiny. A straight shooter, she tells it like it is, whether the issue is business or personal. Gish also recently shot an… »
The X-Files Season 10, Episode 6 review by Dan Bullock. March 2016.
So here is the finale of The X-Files revival and with it, they’ve ramped up the information to take in and taut up the tension to the maximum. Looping in from opening episode My Struggle, they’ve unexpectedly brought back Agent Monica Reyes (Annabeth Gish) and thrown in Agent Miller (Robbie Amell), Agent Einstein (Lauren Ambrose), Tad O’Malley (Joel McHale), along with the addition of a proper, gruesome return for William B. Davis’ Cigarette-Smoking Man. We also got to witness a super impressive Mulder fight scene but all of his lurks beneath the beginnings of a worldwide contagion that’s slowly been sifted into our systems many years ago…
Before we dive into discussing the episode itself, I have to be honest and the series overall has hit both highs and lows. I think, in retrospect, Fox should have »
- Dan Bullock
ABC formally confirmed early Monday one of Hollywood’s worst kept secrets: Jimmy Kimmel will host the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday, Sept. 18.
“Jimmy Kimmel is the consummate showman,” said Channing Dungey, ABC’s new president of entertainment, in a statement. “With Kimmel at the helm, expect to be at the edge of your seat for a bigger, bolder, and better-than-ever Emmy event.”
RelatedEmmys: New Rules Address X-Files-Type Revivals, Add Writing Nominees
Added Kimmel: “I am excited to be hosting the Emmys again. I have a feeling I’m going to be great.”
This will mark the Jimmy Kimmel »
Netflix made all eight episodes available of its new series “Flaked,” which answers the nagging question that arises while watching the first chapter of this Will Arnett vehicle, “Is this going to get any better?” The answer is: only marginally, including a few late-in-the-game twists that don’t really do much to enrich the experience. The premium TV world is a magnet for vanity projects, but few are as pointless – or unnecessary – as this one.
Already making hay with Netflix on the animated “BoJack Horseman,” Arnett co-created “Flaked” with Mark Chappell (“The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret”), and is reunited with “Arrested Development’s” Mitchell Hurwitz among its producers. But other than a very particular snapshot of the quirks associated with the beach-adjacent L.A. hamlet known as Venice, the combination has yielded a half-hour series that’s arrested primarily by its half-baked approach to comedy or drama.
Arnett plays Chip, »
- Brian Lowry
Remember that time you played a little too much Candy Crush and started seeing the patterns everywhere, even when you weren’t on your phone? And you thought about the game a little too much? Replace “Candy Crush” with “mysterious otherworldly symbol that surely is bad news,” and you’ve got a sense of what this week’s Sleepy Hollow is like for Abbie.
RelatedSleepy Hollow Star Says Season 3’s ‘Asset’ Question Is ‘Tip of the Iceberg’
Agent Mills spends the hour seeing the rune from the catacombs — the one she traced in blood at the end of the »
Fox’s in-the-works 24 reboot is making time for Emmy winner Jimmy Smits.
TVLine has learned that the NYPD Blue and Sons of Anarchy vet is joining the network’s 24: Legacy pilot in the series-regular role of John Donovan, a powerful U.S. Senator with higher political aspirations, who is married to the blazing smart former head of CTU (Homeland’s Miranda Otto).
X-Files fans, no one was more shocked to learn that Monica Reyes was the one lighting C.G.B. Spender’s cigarette than the flame-holder herself.
Agent Reyes’ apparent change in loyalties, revealed in the revival’s finale on Monday, “was a shock to me, as well, when I read the script,” portrayer Annabeth Gish tells TVLine. The actress was so unsettled about Monica’s proximity to Spender, aka Cigarette Smoking Man, she discussed the plot twist with series creator Chris Carter, “mainly because I was like, ‘Noooo, not Monica! No!'”
RelatedThe X-Files: 7 Tweaks That Must Be »
ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy this Thursday drew 7.2 million total viewers and a 2.1 rating (per finals), slipping 8 percent and a tenth to its smallest audience since December 2013 and a season low in the demo.
RelatedGrey’s Anatomy‘s Sarah Drew Reacts to ‘Japril’ Bombshell(s)
Leading out of that, Scandal (5.9 mil/1.7) dipped for a third straight episode, to new series lows. Htgawm (4.9 mil/1.5) however stabilized after successive slips to series lows.
RelatedHtgawm Recap: The Ohio Players
Elsewhere in the ratings….
The CW »
“Let’s go home. Ohio sucks.”
Oh, if only Annalise or Eve or Rose or even little Christophe had expressed that sentiment in How to Get Away With Murder‘s “10 Years Ago” flashbacks – maybe, just maybe, Wes and his fellow Keating Five cohorts wouldn’t all be worrying about lengthy prison sentences or seven-figure blackmail demands to go along with their crippling student-loan debt. (Ok, Ok, maybe Laurel thinks Sallie Mae is just a waitress at a diner on the wrong side of the tracks, but given that her dad makes Prof. Keating look as innocuous as Jessica Fletcher riding »
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