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With filming underway on Insidious: Chapter 4, Deadline is reporting that the horror sequel has filled out its cast with the addition of Kirk Acevedo (12 Monkeys), Bruce Davison (X-Men), Spencer Locke (Resident Evil: Extinction) and Caitlin Gerard (The Awakening).
The four will join the returning Lin Shaye (Elise Rainier), Leigh Whannel (Specs) and Angus Sampson (Tucker) in the film, which is once again scripted by Whannell. James Wan, Jason Blum and Oren Peli are producing, while Adam Robitel (The Taking of Deborah Logan) directs.
The first three Insidious movies have grossed over $370 million worldwide, and the fourth instalment is slated to arrive in cinemas on October 20th, 2017.
- Gary Collinson
Simon Brew Aug 31, 2016
Insidious: Chapter 4 arrives in cinemas in October 2017. And the cast has now been rounded out...
Here’s a franchise that shows no sign of slowing down. Horror series Insidious is now up to its fourth chapter, and production has begun on the new movie. This time around, Adam Robitel is directing, having previously steered low budget horror thriller The Taking in 2014.
Leigh Whannell is penning the screenplay again for Insidious: Chapter 4, and the cast this time includes Kirk Acevedo, Bruce Davison, Spencer Locke and Caitlin Gerard. It’s unclear at this stage who that quartet will be playing in the new movie. Lin Shaye is returning to play Elise Rainier.
Insidious: Chapter 4 is currently slated to open on October 20th 2017 in the Us, and we’d imagine the release date in the UK will be around the same. More as we hear it…
Deadline brings word today that Kirk Acevedo (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes), Bruce Davison (The Lords of Salem), Spencer Locke (Resident Evil: Extinction), and Caitlin Gerard have become the last-minute casting additions to Universal and Blumhouse’s horror sequel, Insidious: Chapter 4.
Character details for that new quartet are being kept firmly under lock and key and safely stowed away in The Further for now, but we know that Chapter 4 is booked in to arrive on October 20 of 2017. It’ll be helmed by director Adam Robitel – a newcomer to Blumhouse’s low-budget, high-profit series – with a script from franchise co-creator Leigh Whannell.
Throughout the history of Insidious, Whannell has been a true cornerstone of the series since its inception, penning scripts for all four installments and generally ensuring those Blumhouse pictures scored well across financial and critical circles. Indeed, after taking the reins on the previous three Insidious films, »
- Michael Briers
Exclusive: Kirk Acevedo, Bruce Davison, Spencer Locke, Caitlin Gerard and Ava Kolker have joined the cast of Universal/Sony/Blumhouse’s Insidious: Chapter 4, which is filming and scheduled to open on October 20, 2017. Their characters are being kept under wraps. The latest installment to the $370M microbudget franchise is being helmed by series newcomer Adam Robitel. The four join Lin Shaye as parapsychologist Elise Rainier as well as franchise co-creator Leigh… »
We're not monkeying around. The 12 Monkeys TV show has been renewed for a third season on Syfy, according to EW. The futuristic sci-fi drama, set in the 2040s, involves time travel after a virus has wiped out much of Earth's population.The 12 Monkeys TV series cast includes: Aaron Stanford, Amanda Schull, Emily Hampshire, Barbara Sukowa, Kirk Acevedo, Todd Stashwick, and Noah Bean. The mystery drama series, based on the 1995 feature film starring Bruce Willis, Brad Pitt, and Madeline Stowe, was created by Terry Matalas and Travis Fickett.Read More… »
The time traveling chess match between James Cole and the Army of the 12 Monkeys will continue next year, as Syfy has renewed 12 Monkeys for a 10-episode third season:
Press Release: Los Angeles – June 29, 2016 – Syfy has renewed its critically acclaimed drama series 12 Monkeys for a 10-episode Season 3 order, with new episodes expected to air in 2017. From Universal Cable Productions, 12 Monkeys is co-created by Terry Matalas and Travis Fickett (“Nikita”) and is based on the 1995 Oscar® nominated and Golden Globe-winning film of the same name. Matalas serves as the showrunner and executive producer. Charles Roven (The Dark Knight trilogy, “Suicide Squad”) who produced the original film, and Richard Suckle (“Suicide Squad”, “American Hustle”) also serve as executive producers. Season 2 of the series currently airs on Monday nights at 9/8 c on Syfy.
“In two short seasons, 12 Monkeys has become a cult favorite series,” said Chris Mc Cumber, President, Entertainment Networks. “Terry and the »
- Derek Anderson
There isn't even time travel involved with this fantastic news.
12 Monkeys has been renewed for a third season, as first reported by EW.
With only two episodes remaining this season, it's wonderful of Syfy to give fans the freedom to really sit back and enjoy what lies ahead.
“Syfy and Ucp have been incredible creative partners, and I’m thrilled that we are going to tell the next — even more twisty and emotional — chapter of this time travel adventure,” Matalas told EW.
This season, a lot of the action has taken place in the future, a future in which protaganists and would-be love interests James Cole (Aaron Standford) and Cassandra Railly (Amanda Schull) have been distant and at odds.
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- Carissa Pavlica
Writer Jack Reher (Into the Grizzly Maze) will make his directorial debut with The Incurables, an adaptation of Jon Bassoff’s same-named novel that centers on real-life lobotomy specialist Dr. Walter Freeman. The ’50s-set film is gearing up to begin production,… Continue Reading →
- John Squires
Will 12 Monkeys get another season? Amanda Schull hopes so. Recently, the actress spoke with IGN about the future of the Syfy series.
The time-travel drama follows James Cole (Aaron Stanford), who travels back in time to prevent a virus from wiping out the world's population in the future. Schull plays virologist Dr. Cassie Railly alongside fellow cast members Kirk Acevedo, Emily Hampshire, Barbara Sukowa, and Tom Noonan.
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Yesterday, we reported that New Line Cinema has been meeting with several actors who have been testing for the iconic role of Pennywise the clown in their remake of Stephen King's It. One of the contenders mentioned was Kirk Acevedo (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes), but it wasn't clear if he was a top contender, or how many other actors the studio was meeting with. Now we have word that Bill Skarsgard (Hemlock Grove) is in final negotiations for this coveted role
When the project was moving forward with director Cary Fukunaga at the helm, Will Poulter (The Maze Runner) was attached to play Pennywise. However, The Hollywood Reporter reports that he was forced to drop out due to scheduling conflicts, after the search for a new director pushed the movie by a year, making the actor no longer available. The studio was reportedly torn over whether to »
Warner Bros.' adaptation of Stephen King's timeless novel It has had more than its fair share of ups and downs, but now it seems the project is finally on the right track. Andres Muschietti stepped in last year to replace the departing Cary Fukunaga, who had been attached since 2012. And the studio set a September 8, 2017 release date in April for the project. Today we have word that the filmmaker is actively casting for the iconic clown Pennywise, with one new contender entering the mix.
After Cary Fukunaga left the project, it wasn't clear if Will Poulter, who had already come aboard to play Pennywise, was staying on board or not. A new report from Bloody-Disgusting reveals that Andres Muschietti is holding his own auditions for the role, which include make-up tests. One contender that has read for Pennywise is Kirk Acevedo (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes »
Earlier today, we posted that “Band of Brothers” star Kirk Acevedo was in the running to play Pennywise in the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s It. However, it seems the powers that be have chosen to go down a different route as THR is reporting that Bill Skarsgård (“Hemlock Grove”) has been tapped to play […] »
Update (6/2/16, 12:13 Pm Pt): Well, that was fast. The Hollywood Reporter is now exclusively reporting that Bill Skarsgard (Hemlock Grove, Allegiant) is in "final negotiations" to play Pennywise. Skarsgard is the 25-year-old son of Stellan and brother of Alexander. The two-part film's cast will also include Jaeden Lieberher, Finn Wolfhard, Jack Dylan Grazer, Wyatt Oleff, Chosen Jacobs and Jeremy Ray Taylor. Bill Skarsgard in Hemlock Grove Photo Credit: Netflix Original Story: In May of last year, it was reported that British actor Will Poulter (The Maze Runner) was in negotiations to play Pennywise in Cary Fukunaga's two-part adaptation of Stephen King's It, which was previously made into an ABC miniseries starring Tim Curry as the devilish clown. But there have been a number of shakeups since then, most importantly Fukunaga's exit from the project -- a departure that left the door open for Andres Muschietti (Mama) to take the helm. »
- Chris Eggertsen
12 Monkeys just debuted its second season last month. But star Aaron Stanford already teased some details to Collider about the season two finale of the Syfy series.
The drama centers on James Cole (Stanford), a time-traveler who journeys to the present in order to prevent a massive virus from wiping out the world's population. Amanda Schull, Kirk Acevedo, Emily Hampshire, Barbara Sukowa, and Tom Noonan also star.
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TV shows that were inspired by movies have a mixed track record. Some are cancelled quickly while others end up running for years. 12 Monkeys did well enough for Syfy to renew it for a second season but it wasn't a hit in the ratings. Will the numbers go up this time around or will they fall? Cancelled or renewed for season three? Stay tuned.
On 12 Monkeys, a virus has wiped out most of the world's population by the year 2043. One time traveler, James Cole (Aaron Stanford), must journey to 2015 to try to stop the Army of the 12 Monkeys from creating it. Other castmembers include Amanda Schull, Kirk Acevedo, Emily Hampshire, Barbara Sukowa, and Tom Noonan.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for »
The mysterious and creepy character known as The Witness lurks through time in a new teaser video for 12 Monkeys Season 2, premiering April 18th on Syfy.
Press Release: Los Angeles – March 22, 2016 – Syfy’s critically-acclaimed time-travel thriller 12 Monkeys returns for its second season on Monday, April 18 at 9Pm Et/Pt with 13 all-new episodes. Aaron Stanford (James Cole), Amanda Schull (Dr. Cassandra Railly), Kirk Acevedo (Ramse), Barbara Sukowa (Katarina Jones), Emily Hampshire (Jennifer Goines) and Todd Stashwick (Deacon) once again star in the drama from co-creators Terry Matalas and Travis Fickett (“Nikita”).
12 Monkeys follows the journey of James Cole (Aaron Stanford), a man from 2043 sent back in time to stop a malevolent organization known as the Army of the 12 Monkeys from destroying the world. Joining forces with Dr. Cassandra Railly (Amanda Schull) here in the present day, Cole must untangle an insidious conspiracy that’s been spun throughout centuries. As Cole, Dr. Railly »
- Derek Anderson
I want to tell you a story, about how the world ends. Below, watch the first two minutes of the second season of the 12 Monkeys TV series. Madeleine Stowe narrates a quick recap of 12 Monkeys' first season. Stowe, who was in the 1995 12 Monkeys feature film, will guest star in a new role, in 12 Monkeys, season two. The actress recently played Victoria Grayson, on Revenge, which was cancelled by ABC after four seasons, in 2015.
Based on the 1995 film directed by Terry Gilliam, 12 Monkeys features a time traveler from the post-apocalyptic future, on a mission to eradicate the source of a lethal plague. 12 Monkeys stars: Aaron Stanford, Amanda Schull, Noah Bean, and Kirk Acevedo. The cast also includes Tom Noonan and Emily Hampshire.
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You don't have to time travel to see the season two debut of 12 Monkeys. The premiere episode is now available on Hulu, Syfy.com, the Syfy Now app, and On Demand, Entertainment Weekly reports
The Syfy series stars Aaron Stanford as James Cole, a time traveler trying to prevent a deadly virus from wiping out the population of the future. Amanda Schull, Emily Hampshire, Barbara Sukowa, Kirk Acevedo, Noah Bean, and Tom Noonan also star.
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Syfy has announced an April 18th premiere date for the thirteen-episode second season of its critically-acclaimed time-travel thriller series "12 Monkeys". Set to return is the likes of Aaron Stanford (James Cole), Amanda Schull (Dr. Cassandra Railly), Kirk Acevedo (Ramse), Emily Hampshire (Jennifer Goines), Barbara Sukowa (Katarina Jones) and Todd Stashwick (Deacon). [Source: Deadline
Jon Bernthal, Graham Greene, Julia Jones and Gil Birmingham are set to join Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen in "Sicario" scribe Taylor Sheridan's directorial debut "Wind River" for Thunder Road, Film 44 and Savvy Media Holdings. Basil Iwanyk, Peter Berg and Matthew George are producing and shooting has begun in Park City, Utah.
The story follows a rookie female FBI agent (Olsen) who teams up with a veteran local game tracker with a haunted past (Renner) to investigate a murder on a remote Native American reservation in the hope of avenging the girl's death. [Source: Deadline]
- Garth Franklin
"There's a huge revelation about how time itself works." Syfy has released a new season two preview for 12 Monkeys, which features interviews with the show's cast.
The sci-fi series stars Aaron Stanford as James Cole, a time traveler tasked with traveling to the past to prevent a deadly virus from destroying the world's population. Amanda Schull, Emily Hampshire, Barbara Sukowa, Kirk Acevedo, Noah Bean, and Tom Noonan also star.
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