The film was originally titled Mariah Mundi and the Curse of the Midas Box, and the new title and its colon would suggest that Image Entertainment could well be hoping for a franchise here.
With just a few more months to go before it hits cinemas, Yahoo Movies has launched the new poster, along with a handful of images.
17-year-old Mariah Mundi’s life is turned upside down when his parents vanish and his younger brother is kidnapped. Following a trail of clues to the darkly majestic Prince Regent Hotel, Mariah discovers a hidden realm of child-stealing monsters, deadly secrets and a long-lost artifact that grants limitless wealth – but also devastating supernatural power. With the fate of his world, and his family at stake,
Opening last year, Alexander Dinelaris's adaptation has gone method in hiring a singer, rather than actress, in the lead role in this new cast. Whatever reservations you might have about her acting, you know you've got a safe set of vocal cords with Beverley Knight. Predictably, it's the singing that keeps The Bodyguard afloat whenever you might waver.
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An opening X Factor wall of stats and some mobile phones are the only updating the story gets, but to be honest that's all it needs. A man
We open with Jason (Jack Donnelly), Pythagoras (Robert Emms) and Hercules (Mark Addy) finding a cute infant abandoned in the woods and, once they take the child home and assume the role of surrogate parents, we're treated to all the standard gags you'd expect.
There's no magicians or monsters here - instead, our heroes must deal with the perils of baby poo, changing nappies, settling a child to sleep and being sprayed with adorable urine. Oh, and of course, there's fart jokes aplenty!
The hapless trio recruit the maternal Medusa to help out, with Hercules using their time spent babysitting
The mysterious infant is discovered abandoned in the woods, but once the baby's identity is revealed, our lads are forced to go on the run. Can they deliver the boy to safety - and without placing their own lives in terrible peril?
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1. Tristan Gemmill's King Laius has eyes for a lady of the Royal court...
2. "Only a fool challenges the Gods!"
3. 17 minutes in - shirtless Jason klaxon!
4. "You've still got it, Hercules!"
5. Noticed Jason's rather special abilities? Turns out so have his pals…
The former EastEnders star will play an actress with a "dark past" in the BBC One Caribbean crime drama.
She said of her casting: "It's very exciting to be a part of this excellent series. I play an actress with a dark past and who is quite a handful.
"The action element is always appealing for me and getting to film on the gorgeous island of Guadeloupe was incredible - we had so much fun."
Doctor Who actor Peter Davison and Cold Feet star Helen Baxendale will also join the cast of the third series.
Adrian Scarborough, Hannah Tointon, Daniel Lapaine, Kathryn Drysdale and Tristan Gemmill are among the guest stars for the latest run.
Belinda Campbell, executive producer for Red Planet Pictures, said: "We're thrilled to have another fantastic list of talented guest stars involved for
Directed by Katarzyna Klimkiewicz.
Starring Helen McCrory, Najib Oudghiri, Kenneth Cranham and Tristan Gemmill.
When Frankie (a middle aged aerospace engineer working for the military) is seduced by Kahil, a young French-Algerian man, her employers start to get nervous. As the relationship heats up, Frankie must decide whether Kahil has ulterior motives or if her colleagues are suffering from post 9/11 paranoia.
If the slick BBC visuals of Katarzyna Klimkiewicz's first feature reminds you more of a highly produced TV show than your average blockbuster, then you'd be forgiven. Made for under half a million pounds, Flying Blind is the third film to be created through the iFeatures initiative – a company set up to “support micro/low budget filmmakers and forge a stronger, more confident on-screen identity for cities in the English regions.” In this case the region is Bristol, and while the city doesn't play a
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Life on Mars star Dean Andrews returns to BBC One in a new drama called The Case. The five part drama deals with the issue of assisted suicide. Andrews plays the role of Tony Powell, a man who is accused of murdering his terminally ill partner. Powell denies the murder charge but admits that he helped his partner to end her own life. The drama centers around Powell’s murder trial. Other notables among the cast include John McArdle, Ruthie Henshall and Tristan Gemmill. Dean Andrews told Best British TV via Twitter that the show will air on BBC1 Monday through Friday at 2.15pm during the week of October 31 to November 6.
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