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Everclear's lead singer got into a car wreck ... and he's blaming his Ford's crappy brakes. Art Alexakis tells TMZ he was driving the speed limit (35 mph) in Pasadena last Friday night just before sunset when traffic in front of him started to slow down. Art says he tried punching the brakes on his 2013 Ford Flex but they just didn't bite ... causing him to rear end the car he was trailing. We're told cops and Ems »
- TMZ Staff
For a B-Movie maniac like myself, Dead 7 sounds like a late-night dream. Take some 90s-era boyband icons, throw ’em into a steampunk-y Western dystopia, and record a closing-credits collaboration with lyrically tied-in cheesiness. Backstreet’s back, right?! Wrong.
Much to my dismay, audiences are “treated” to yet another SyFy disasterpiece courtesy of The Asylum – cable TV’s leading team in cut-rate, storyless boredom for everyone. It’s a shame this zombie shoot-out wastes sky-high genre potential on a studio who’s more about marketing ploys than production, because, dare I say a smile crept on my face once or twice?
The cast is a who’s who of your annoying little sister’s fantasy boyfriends, including members of N*Sync, Backstreet Boys, 98º, O-Town and Everclear – but not Justin Timberlake, Lance Bass or any of the Big names (sans Joey Fatone, I guess? Is Nick Carter still a thing? »
- Matt Donato
The Asylum, the production company behind the infamous "Sharknado" franchise, have released the first trailer for the boy band populated horror film "Dead 7".
Nick Carter stars and co-wrote the script with Sawyer Perry in which a ragtag group of gunslingers join forces to stop a zombie invasion in the Old West. Backstreet Boys' Howie Dorough and A.J. McLean along with Nsync's Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick lead the cast which also includes Carrie Keagan, Debra Wilson, Dylan Vox, Gerardo Mejía and Chloe Lattanzi.
- Garth Franklin
Back in July, we reported that members of hit boy bands Backstreet Boys and *Nsync are teaming up for a new horror movie entitled Dead 7. The movie is being produced by The Asylum, the same company that gave us the Sharknado franchise, which has been a ratings hit on Syfy. Today we have the first trailer from this upcoming movie, courtesy of BuzzFeed, which confirms that this will by Syfy's next original movie, set to premiere Friday, April 1 at 8 Pm Et.
Backstreet Boys member Nick Carter not only stars in this zombie thriller, but he also co-wrote the script with Sawyer Perry. The story centers on a "ragtag group of gunslingers" who join forces to stop a zombie invasion in the Old West. Nick Carter revealed last summer that he is going to be "a good guy that helps save the day," while teasing that it will be "musically based. »
4 items from 2016
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