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5 items from 2016


Stephen King's It Set Video Goes Exploring with the Losers Club

20 August 2016 2:45 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Stephen King's It spent a lot of time languishing in pre-production Hell, but the R-rated movie finally kicked off principle photography in late July. Since that time, we've gotten to see plenty from the set, including an official reveal of Bill Skarsgard in his full Pennywise the Clown costume. Today, we get some rather intriguing set video shot by a fan, which includes a far away look at The Losers Club. But perhaps more exciting is the first footage of The Leper chasing Eddie.

Andy Muschetti, perhaps best known for 2017's Mama, is directing this adaptation of the classic novel, which had already been turned into a seminal miniseries back in 1990. This take will retain the book's main premise, and will be split into two movies. Set in the small town of Derry, Maine, the story revolves around the Losers Club, which includes Bill, Ben, Bev, Mike, Richie, Stan, and Eddie. »

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Salem’S Lot (1979) and Cat’S Eye Are Coming to Blu-ray

18 August 2016 9:32 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Earlier this summer, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment gave Stephen King fans a big reason to rejoice when they announced a September 20th release date for their It miniseries Blu-ray. And now they’ve added two other King adaptations to their September 20th Blu-ray slate: 1979’s two-part miniseries Salem’s Lot (1979) and the horror anthology Cat’s Eye (1985), with the former being released with a new audio commentary by director Tobe Hooper.

EW reports that Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release Salem’s Lot and Cat’s Eye on Blu-ray, respectively, on September 20th.

On the new audio commentary for Salem’s Lot, director Tobe Hooper will discuss what should be fascinating insights on the making of the miniseries based on King’s 1975 novel about a small New England town with a serious bloodsucker problem.

Featuring adaptations of King’s short stories “Quitters, Inc.” and “The Ledge,” as well as a third tale starring Drew Barrymore, »

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Release Date Set for Stephen King’S It Miniseries on Blu-ray / DVD

1 August 2016 7:23 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Tim Curry’s Pennywise invaded living rooms across the country in 1990 during ABC’s two-episode miniseries adaptation of Stephen King’s It. Curry’s powerful performance brought the creepiness of clowns to a whole new level for an entire generation of viewers, and now, over 25 years later, Warner Bros. is preparing to release Stephen King’s It on Blu-ray for the first time in the Us, complete with a collectible item for fans to add to their wardrobes.

According to Blu-ray.com, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release Stephen King’s It on Blu-ray / DVD on October 4th. Bonus features have not yet been revealed for the two-disc release, although it will come with a Pennywise shirt shown in the image below. Barring an upcoming reveal of a new sleeve, the artwork for the Blu-ray will be the same image used for the VHS and DVD releases.

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Interview: Actor Paul Dooley on Getting to Portray Dad

26 July 2016 7:37 AM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – After he reigned as the father in the classic 1979 film “Breaking Away,” actor Paul Dooley suddenly became everyone’s Dad – and by everyone that meant Molly Ringwald (“Sixteen Candles”), Julia Roberts (“Runaway Bride”) and Helen Hunt (“Mad About You”). He tells all in Part Two of a comprehensive interview.

The former “Paul Brown’ was born in West Virginia, and studied acting at West Virginia University, before heading to New York City and a new career as Paul Dooley. He did stage work, stand-up comedy and the New York City version of The Second City. He got his big break in the original stage version of “The Odd Couple” in 1965, directed by the legendary Mike Nichols. While working the stage, he appeared in a number of commercials, eventually moving to Los Angeles to “be where the action is.”

Paul Dooley (right) Being Dad with Justin Henry and Carlin Glynn in »

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Interview: Actor Paul Dooley of ‘Breaking Away,’ ‘Sixteen Candles’

21 July 2016 10:25 AM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – If there ever was a quintessential “Dad” in movies of the last generation, it would have to be Paul Dooley. The comedian and character actor is best known for portraying the patriarch in “Breaking Away” (1979) and “Sixteen Candles” (1984), but was also in director’s Robert Altman’s ‘ensemble’ and has had a stellar career.

The former “Paul Brown” was born in West Virginia, and studied acting at West Virginia University, before heading to New York City and a new career as Paul Dooley. He did stage work, stand-up comedy and the New York City version of The Second City (story below), before getting his big break in the original stage version of “The Odd Couple” in 1965, directed by the legendary Mike Nichols. While working the stage, he appeared in a number of commercials, eventually moving to Los Angeles to “be where the action is.”

The Dad: Paul Dooley, with Dennis Christopher, »

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