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Ten days out from its anticipated premiere, we have a host of exclusive – and darn well stylish – character posters to share for Crackle’s flesh-munching sequel, Dead Rising: Endgame.
Due to make its bow via the streaming service on June 20, the horror actioner largely takes place in East Mission City, an area irrefutably crippled by the zombie outbreak. In a bid to quell that devastating pandemic, the government hatches a plan to send the undead packing, but it’s one that will also entail massive collateral damage – the death of millions of innocent people.
Taking a stand against that scorched earth tactic are your new favorite band of zombie hunters, with today’s exclusive batch of posters spotlighting Chase Carter (Jesse Metcalfe), General Lyons (Dennis Haysbert), Jordan (Keegan Connor Tracy) and wacky scientist Rand (Billy Zane). Following up on the largely successful Watchtower, it is Pat Williams »
- Michael Briers
Online streaming service Crackle released the kick-ass trailer for its zombocalypse sequel, Dead Rising: Endgame. The movie is based on the popular video game franchise Dead Rising and is the follow-up to the 2015 flick, Dead Rising: Watchtower. The film will be available for free streaming via the Crackle app for TVs, connected devices, game consoles and mobile devices, or online beginning on June 20. Returning in their respective roles are Jesse Metcalfe (Desperate Housewives, Dallas, upcoming Chesapeake Shores) as online reporter Chase Carter, Keegan Connor Tracy (Once Upon a Time, Bates Motel) as his cameraperson Jordan, and Dennis Haysbert (24, Sin … Continue reading →
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- Kellie Freeze
At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's new on Netflix and TV, we've got you covered.
New on DVD and Blu-ray
Those sloths at the Dmv could learn from Disney's super-fast home release of "Zootopia." The instant classic blockbuster came out in theaters in early March, and it's already arriving on Digital HD, Disney Movies Anywhere, DVD, and On-Demand on June 7. The Blu-ray and Digital releases come with a magical amount of bonus features, including "Zoology: The Roundtables," with Ginnifer Goodwin (who voices rabbit officer Judy Hopps) leading an in-depth look at the movie's characters, animation, environments, and more. Other extras include "The Origin of an Animal Tale," "Research: A True-Life Adventure," "Z.P.D. Forensic Files," "Scoretopia," a look at deleted characters, a bunch of deleted and alternate scenes (including an alternate opening), and Shakira's "Try Everything" music video. »
- Gina Carbone
Charlie Weber and Scott Adkins are amongst the latest Jarheads who are fighting for national security. The action stars fear that the gunshots being fired outside of their embassy may launch an international crisis in their new war film, ‘Jarhead 3: The Siege.’ In honor of the drama being released on Blu-ray combo pack, DVD and Digital HD tomorrow by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, Shockya has an exclusive clip from the sequel, which is titled ‘Are Those Gunshots.’ In addition to Weber and Adkins, the adventure movie features Dennis Haysbert, who also appeared in the franchise’s original 2005 installment with Jake Gyllenhaal, Jamie Foxx, Peter Sarsgaard and Chris Cooper. The [ Read More ]
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- Karen Benardello
“Friends don’t let friends go through Z Town alone.” Journalist Chase Carter and company return to East Mission City to slice and dice their way to the truth in the new trailer for Crackle’s Dead Rising: Endgame, the latest film adaptation of the popular zombie video game series.
Dead Rising: Endgame will premiere on the streaming network Crackle on Monday, June 20th:
Press Release (via TheFutonCritic.com): Culver City, CA (June 1, 2016) – Sony’s streaming network Crackle today released its first trailer and key art from the upcoming original movie Dead Rising: Endgame, set to premiere on Monday, June 20th.
Dead Rising: Endgame stars Jesse Metcalfe (“Desperate Housewives,” “Dallas”), Keegan Connor Tracy (“Once Upon a Time,” “Bates Motel”), Dennis Haysbert (“24,” Sin City: A Dame to Kill For), Marie Avgeropoulos (‘The 100’), Billy Zane (Zoolander 2, Titanic), and Jessica Harmon (“iZombie”). The film is based off of the popular »
- Derek Anderson
Sony's streaming network Crackle has released the first trailer for "Dead Rising: Endgame," the upcoming sequel to the first "Dead Rising" film based on the popular Capcom video game franchise.
The film will premiere exclusively on Crackle on June 20th and stars Jesse Metcalfe, Keegan Connor Tracy, Dennis Haysbert, Billy Zane, Jessica Harmon and Marie Avgeropoulos. Pat Williams directs from a script by Michael Ferris ("Terminator Salvation").
Set in the zombie-infested quarantined zone of East Mission City, investigative reporter Chase Carter must stop a secret government conspiracy which will kill millions of innocent civilians in its attempts to quell the undead threat.
- Garth Franklin
East Mission City beckons, and there’s a government conspiracy to uncover in the latest trailer for Dead Rising: Endgame, the video game movie sequel that’s due to shuffle onto Crackle later this month.
With the majority of the urban landscape now under quarantine, Endgame picks up at a time when Chase Carter – played once again by Jesse Metcalfe, who reprises his lead role from Watchtower – begins to unearth disconcerting details relating to a massive cover-up that could go a ways to explaining the origins of the zombie virus running rampant in the city.
The truth, however, is far worse, when our chainsaw-wielding hero uncovers the government’s scorched earth approach to dealing with the zombie epidemic – one that will seemingly bring an end to the mutated infection at the cost of millions of innocent lives. On board to postpone the apocalypse are Billy Zane, Dennis Haysbert, Marie Avgeropoulos, »
- Michael Briers
A sequel to Dead Rising: Watchtower is coming this way. The film is titled Dead Rising: Endgame. Several characters return to this second film including Chase (Jesse Metcalfe), Jordan (Keegan Connor Tracy) and General Lyons (Dennis Haysbert). And, the film's action-packed trailer shows Chase investigating another zombie infestation and government conspiracy. The entire trailer is hosted here. As well, the film's first poster is available here. The graphic shows the central characters, with various improvised weapons. Based on the popular game series, the movie poster for Dead Rising: Endgame also displays lots of blood splatter. More on the film is coming your way, before the June 20th release date. Release Date: June 20, 2016 (VOD, Crackle). Director: Pat Williams. Writers: Michael Ferris and Tim Carter. Cast: Jesse Metcalfe, Keegan Connor Tracy, Dennis Haysbert, Patrick Sabongui, Billy Zane and Marie Avgeropoulos. The film's first trailer is here: Source: Dead Rising:...
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This month, Bbca began production on the first original scripted series to be greenlit by the new regime, an adaptation of Douglas Adams’ 1987 novel “Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency.” That show is set for debut Oct. 22, part of a wave of new series arriving on the channel in the second half of the year.
Barnett and her team did a fair amount of research to wrap their minds around the challenge of expanding BBC America’s brand. “We spent a lot of time thinking about what the ‘A’ stood for in Bbca,” she says.
- Cynthia Littleton
In a new interview with The Daily Beast, writer-director-producer Adam McKay blames the quick death of Reagan -- a comedy that would have centered on (fictional) Alzheimer's-related fiascos suffered by the former President in his second term -- primarily on the media, charging a number of outlets with stoking the fires of controversy shortly after the project was announced without actually reading a single page of the script. “I kept saying when that story snowballed, ‘Is there anyone who really thinks Will Ferrell would make a comedy about a horrible disease like Alzheimer’s?’" griped McKay, who would have produced the film through his Gary Sanchez banner. "In a million years no one would do that!” First, McKay is wrong about that. For eons, people who suffer from "horrible diseases," physical and mental disabilities and members of vulnerable minority groups have been targets of vicious, largely male-driven humor, and the »
- Chris Eggertsen
Like the film, the Netflix series will follow a group of students of color dealing with the various problems of young adult life while also grappling with issues of race, privilege and power at a fictional Ivy League college.
"During the film's release, I had the pleasure to speak with hundreds of students and faculty across a variety of college campuses dealing with these very issues in real time," Simien said. "I'm so grateful »
Another movie-to-tv adaptation is in the works — but this time, it’s coming from the indie world.
Netflix announced Thursday that it’s ordered 10 episodes of Dear White People, a half-hour comedy series based on writer/director/producer Justin Simien’s Sundance award-winning satire. (The full trailer for the movie is embedded below.)
The logline for the series — which Simien will write (and also serve as director on the pilot episode) — is as follows: “Set among a diverse group of students of color as they navigate a predominantly »
After spending years imitating President George W. Bush on Saturday Night Live and on Broadway, Will Ferrell will be taking on another President. The actor has signed on to star in and produce Reagan, where he'll play U.S. President Ronald Reagan. The script by Mike Rosolio landed on The Black List last year as one of the best unproduced screenplays.
The story is described as a "hilarious political satire" by Variety, following Ronald Reagan as he falls into dementia at the start of his second term, when an ambitious intern is tasked with convincing the commander in chief that he is an actor playing the president in a movie. The script got so much buzz on The Black List that the company put on a live reading in Hollywood last month, with James Brolin reading the title role. The rest of the cast for that one-night-only live read included John Cho, »
The Dead Rising film sequel is almost here! Premiering this summer, Dead Rising: Endgame takes us back to the quarantined zone and stars Jesse Metcalfe, Keegan Connor Tracy, Dennis Haysbert, and Patrick Sabongui.
Based on the hugely popular Dead Rising video game franchise by Capcom, which has sold over 9.1 million copies worldwide, Dead Rising: Endgame drops us into the zombie-infested quarantined zone of East Mission City where investigative reporter Chase Carter must stop a secret government conspiracy which, though seemingly aimed at ending the country’s zombie epidemic, will also kill millions of innocent civilians. Jesse Metcalfe (“Desperate Housewives,” “Dallas”) returns to Dead Rising: Endgame as Chase Carter, the well-known television journalist who goes back underground to stop the military’s rogue operation and break the ultimate story. Keegan Connor Tracy (“Once Upon a Time, »
- Tamika Jones
Crackle’s undead army marches on with Dead Rising: Endgame, which is now on course to shuffle onto streaming services come June 20.
News of a release date for the low-budget zombie sequel arrives in tandem with the project’s first official photo, revealing a ragtag group of survivors banding together in East Mission City. Based once again on Capcom’s esteemed undead video game franchise, Dead Rising: Endgame orbits around Jesse Metcalfe’s hardened investigative reporter Chase Carter who, despite being thrust into the midst of an apocalypse, hasn’t lost his appetite for the truth after unearthing a government conspiracy.
Curing the zombie epidemic may be considered top priority, but the military’s scorched earth approach will seemingly result in the death of millions of innocent civilians – an unspeakable act that Carter simply can’t ignore.
- Michael Briers
Take a look @ the June 2016 home video releases from cult movie specialists Arrow Video Us, via Mvd Entertainment Group, including "Nikkatsu Diamond Guys Vol 2 on Blu-ray + DVD, June 14, "Suture" on Blu-ray + DVD, June 21 and "Return Of The Killer Tomatoes" on Blu-ray, June 28:
"Nikkatsu Diamond Guys Vol 2" available June 14, 2016, includes three classic films from directors Buichi Saito ("Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart in Peril"), Ko Nakahira ("Crazed Fruit") and Haruyasu Noguchi.
In Saito's "Tokyo Mighty Guy" : "...Akira Kobayashi stars as 'Jiro' , a chef who opens a restaurant in the busy 'Ginza' district. His culinary skills and dashing good looks bring in the women as well as unwanted trouble, while an explosive political scandal builds around his girlfriend's business.
"...when one billion yen goes Awol, 'Joe the Ace' (Shishido) spies an opportunity to get rich quick, »
- Michael Stevens
Don’t fret, Captain Holt — your best and worst detectives are on the case to solve your kidnapping. In a season finale clip exclusive to TheWrap, one of his better underlings, Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg), is basically just trying to retrace his boss’s steps through a slew of bad Andre Braugher and guest star Dennis Haysbert impressions. Assisted by arguably the worst of the bunch, with an obvious nod of (dis)respect to Scully (Joel McKinnon Miller), Hitchcock (Dirk Blocker) utilizes his taste for chocolate to work the clues Holt left behind. It’s pretty gross. Watch the clip above. »
- Tony Maglio
A review of tonight's Brooklyn Nine-Nine coming up just as soon as my lint is oblong and blue... Andre Braugher and Dennis Haysbert haven't had identical careers, nor are they identical performers, but there's been a lot of overlap between them. Both had their first breakthrough role in a 1989 movie (Braugher in Glory, Haysbert in Major League). Though Haysbert has leading man looks and charisma, while Braugher is a national acting treasure, neither has gotten much of an opportunity to carry their own movies, and have often wound up being the first among equals in TV ensembles. Both take advantage of rich and powerful voices to play authority figures (though only Haysbert's played a President), and both tend to work mainly in drama, even though those voices can work comedy magic when given the opportunity. All of which is to say that, watching the two work together in "The Bureau, »
- Alan Sepinwall
Played by 24 vet Dennis Haysbert, Anderson is nearly identical to Holt in every way, right down to their silky-smooth voices. Their only difference? As seen in our exclusive sneak peek from Tuesday’s installment (Fox, 9/8c), Anderson is way more willing to humor Jake’s absurd ideas, much to Holt’s chagrin.
RelatedBrooklyn Nine-Nine, Last Man on Earth Snag Early Renewals at Fox
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Bones‘ Hodgins isn’t letting a life-changing accident come between him and his beloved bugs when the Fox crime drama (finally) returns this Thursday at 8/7c.
VideosBones Sneak Peek: Booth and Brennan Are Finally Back on the Case
Despite his doctor’s orders, the now paralyzed entomologist pays a visit to his friends at the Jeffersonian. And as you’ll see in TVLine’s exclusive video, he quickly finds himself jumping back into the murder-solving game.
RelatedLucifer, Rosewood Renewed at Fox
But while everyone is thrilled to see their colleague — and to have a correct time of death for their »
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