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Well, series two of The Big Reunion comes to a close tonight with footage of the big Hammersmith gig, and it's fair to say that we're going to miss it. Where will we turn now for more backstage gossip, tales of woe, and awkward 'I haven't done this in a really long time' dance shuffling? Our only hope is that the show will return for a third series - and until it does, we'll wildly speculate about who could take part. So below, we present Digital Spy's picks for the next Big Reunion - let us know what you think, and tell us who you want to see on the show below!
Let Loose - Catriona Wightman, Entertainment Editor
Let Loose fit the Big Reunion bill perfectly. A trio of good-looking men (oh, Richie, the mere mention of your name makes us come over all funny) with one absolutely killer »
Former Bros pop star to direct and act in action thriller Your Move, which begins production in March
Goss, 45, has forged a career as an actor in fantasy fare such as 2002's Blade 2 and 2008's Hellboy: The Golden Army (both directed by Guillermo Del Toro) in recent years. He will also take the lead role in Your Move as a successful New York businessman who witnesses the brutal kidnapping of his family, who are in Mexico, during a video phone call. The character then sets out to track down his wife and child while taking revenge against the men who assaulted them.
- Ben Child
The Bros drummer-turned-actor will also write and star in the action thriller from Triumphant Pictures and Artprod, reports Variety.
The film will centre around a successful New York businessman who, while speaking to his wife and child on Skype during their holiday in Mexico, witnesses their brutal kidnapping.
With the authorities unable to help, he embarks on a mission of rescue and revenge.
One half of '80s pop phenomenon Bros and one, well, whole of Hellboy II's big bad, Luke Goss once asked: "When will I see my name in all the papers?". Well, it's in Variety today, with news that he will be stepping behind the camera for his first directorial gig.Goss is directing Your Move from a script he also wrote. According to the trade, the story will follow a New York executive whose wife and child are off visiting her family in Mexico. While Skyping them, he witnesses their assault and abduction at the hands of some nefarious types. He launches a rescue-stroke-revenge mission when Mexico's authorities fail to provide much assistance in tracking down the missing pair. Man On Fire meets Taken, then? Sounds a lot like it, and that title suggests at least some Bryan Mills-y dialogue to induce the abducters to release their prize - »
Actor Luke Goss is making the jump behind the camera for the first time with the action/thriller “Your Move.” Triumph Entertainment CEO Cecil Chambers announced the project on Wednesday. Goss also wrote the script and will star in the film. The story follows David Miller, a successful New York businessman who witnesses the brutal attack and kidnapping of his wife and child on a video call. Unable to rely on the Mexican law enforcement, he takes it upon himself to find his family and get revenge on their kidnappers. Also read: Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan Attached to Star in Tom. »
- Michael Balderston
Pic will follow a successful New York businessman who, while on a video call with his wife and child who are visiting her family in Mexico, witnesses their brutal attack and kidnapping. Unable to rely on the country’s law enforcement, he embarks on a journey to find his family and avenge the violence that befell them.
Production starts in New Mexico this March.
- Justin Kroll
We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s massive feature includes a review for Nobody Can Cool, first details on The Night Crew, Heir, and a Doctor Who documentary called Who’s Changing: An Adventure In Time With Fans, a new clip from Muck, trailers for Blood Shed, NightBeasts, and Virginia Obscura, and much more:
[Editor's Note: We want to give a big thanks to our Indie Spotlight manager, Tamika Jones, for her constant work on this weekly feature and putting together our largest Indie Spotlight to date this weekend!]
Indie Spotlight Review: Nobody Can Cool
Nobody Can Cool is the rather impressive directorial debut from up-and-coming filmmaking duo Dpyx, Marcy Boyle and Rachel Holzman, who crafted a blisteringly taut and thoughtful indie crime thriller with a palpable sense of tension from start to finish. A gritty and engaging tale of deceit, violence and desperation, Nobody Can Cool is anchored by a breakout performance by Nick Principe (best known from his work in the Laid to Rest series, Madison County and »
- Tamika Jones
Bounty hunters and cartel killers have invaded Palm Springs, as production begins on The Night Crew, just one of the many projects that Danny Trejo is slated to star in this year. Trejo is working again with director Christian Sesma; they worked together on Shoot The Hero. For that matter so are some of the film's other stars, Luke Goss and Bokeem Woodbine. Other regulars include Jason Mewes and Paul Sloan. Canadian actress Chasty Bellesteros plays the mysterious Chinese woman mentioned below and Brazilian native Luciana Faulhaber adds some spice to the bounty hunter team.Yet, I am puzzled because evidence suggests (The Night Crew Facebook page) that filming has been going on since early December, and Sesma is already filming his next feature, Awol, but who...
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It seems that Danny Trejo has no intentions of giving up his crown as the man with the most active projects on IMDb, as yet a brand new one has just been added to the mix. Read all about it, pendejo!
From the Press Release
Premiere Entertainment Group announces today that principal photography has commenced in Palm Springs, CA, on its latest feature film The Night Crew. Directed by Christian Sesma and written by Paul Sloan and Sesma, the movie stars Luke Goss (Hellboy II), Danny Trejo (Machete), Bokeem Woodbine (Riddick) and Chasty Ballesteros (Final Destination 5). The Night Crew is being produced by Ryan Noto.
“We are excited to be shooting The Night Crew in the wild Palm Springs desert, where we’ve been welcomed with open arms despite our blazing pyrotechnics, machine gun fire and sinister characters running amok with gas masks and machetes,” says Noto. “Not since »
- John Squires
Director: Kevin Connor,
Running Time: 168 Minutes
Extras: ‘Creating Frankenstein’ 5 Minute Making Of,
How depressing! Films from 2004 are celebrating their 10th anniversary. It’s enough to make you want to look for a way to extend life, which is probably why the first celebratory release is this adaptation of warnings against such things. Those only familiar with Frankenstein through the movies may actually be surprised to find that the majority of the book isn’t horror at all, as demonstrated by this very faithful adaptation. A Hallmark production that was screened in two parts, Frankenstein acknowledges that the title refers to the creator and not the monster, thus giving him the majority of the focus in this dramatic telling.
As it is made for TV, the budget is certainly unkind at times, »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
What happens when man violates the laws of God and science? For Captain Walton (Sutherland) and the crew of a weather-beaten ship stranded in the icy sea, the answer follows their rescue of a scientist close to death, frozen in fear, and insane with dire warnings. Victor Frankenstein (Newman) has a story to tell—a story as chillingly real as the tortured howls emanating from the Arctic fog and as timeless as the need to be loved.
Made for the Hallmark Channel back in 2004, this version of Frankenstein comes from director Kevin Connor who brought the classic Edgar Rice Burroughs novels, At the Earth’s Core and The Land that Time Forgot, to the big screen in the 70s and is once again based on the classic Mary Shelley tale, only »
- Phil Wheat
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