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A new promo video for Hannibal Season 3 provides looks at Joe Anderson as the now-scarred Mason Verger, Richard Armitage as Francis Dolarhyde, aka The Tooth Fairy, Laurence Fishburne as Jack Crawford, and many more key characters.
The season three premiere of Hannibal, "Antipasto" premieres on Thursday, June 4th, at 10:00pm Est. In addition to Mikkelsen and Anderson, the cast for season three includes Hugh Dancy as Will Graham, Mads Mikkelsen as Dr. Hannibal Lecter, Gillian Anderson as Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier, Laurence Fishburne as Jack Crawford, Caroline Dhavernas as Alana Bloom, Glenn Fleshler as Cordell Doemling, Joe Anderson in place of Michael Pitt as Mason Verger, Tara Mae Thornton in the recurring role of Reba McClane, Richard Armitage as Francis Dolarhyde, aka The Tooth Fairy serial killer, Tao Okamoto as Chiyoh, and Nina Arianda as Molly Graham, Will's wife, with Zachary Quinto guest starring in at least one episode as one of Dr. »
- Derek Anderson
Viewers hungry for more Hannibal already have their dinner reservations made for June 4th, when the third season of Bryan Fuller's delectably devious series premieres on NBC. Whetting fans' appetites until then are new season three cast photos.
The season three premiere of Hannibal, "Antipasto" premieres on Thursday, June 4th, at 10:00pm Est. In addition to Mikkelsen and Anderson, the cast for season three includes Hugh Dancy as Will Graham, Mads Mikkelsen as Dr. Hannibal Lecter, Gillian Anderson as Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier, Laurence Fishburne as Jack Crawford, Caroline Dhavernas as Alana Bloom, Glenn Fleshler as Cordell Doemling, Joe Anderson in place of Michael Pitt as Mason Verger, Tara Mae Thornton in the recurring role of Reba McClane, Richard Armitage as Francis Dolarhyde, aka The Tooth Fairy serial killer, Tao Okamoto as Chiyoh, and Nina Arianda as Molly Graham, Will's wife, with Zachary Quinto guest starring in at »
- Derek Anderson
The noughties had Snakes On A Plane, now this decade brings you Werewolves On A Train. The first trailer for Paul Hyett’s Howl has been released and we can reveal it to you exclusively below. More blood less Beatnik, this is not to be confused with the Allen Ginsberg biopic of the same name. This Howl is your average commuter nightmare: train delayed, obstruction on the line, night falls, full moon, werewolves arrive, bloody carnage ensues. And if that doesn’t warrant a partial travelcard refund we don’t know what does. brightcove.createExperiences();Directed by Paul Hyett (who cut his teeth doing effects work on films like of Neil Marshall's The Descent and Doomsday before making his directorial debut with 2012 revenge horror The Seasoning House) the film stars Ed Speleers as a ticket inspector dealing with some unusually hirsute fare-dodgers and co-stars Sean Pertwee and Shauna Macdonald. »
Fresh of news of some new pilot orders and some renewals that made Marvel fans happy last night, now comes some not-so-good news for fans of two genre-leaning shows. Despite clamoring from a small yet loyal fanbase, NBC has opted to cancel the DC Comics adaptation Constantine. The series was developed by David S. Goyer and Daniel Cerone and starred Matt Ryan as the titular demon hunter, but it failed to catch on with audiences or critics in a significant way. The creators retooled the pilot after the show got a series pickup, killing off a character played by Lucy Griffiths who was initially intended to be a supporting character. But even director Neil Marshall couldn’t turn the pilot into something that caught on with look-in viewers, and the ratings dipped in the second episode. There may yet be a sliver of hope, however, as Cerone tweeted the following: »
- Adam Chitwood
When it comes to werewolf flicks, there are a few that are almost universally recognized as being the best. There’s of course classics like An American Werewolf in London and The Howling, and if you’re asking me, Neil Marshall’s Dog… Continue Reading →
The post Take a Bite Out of Scream Factory’s Dog Soldiers Blu-ray; Full Details appeared first on Dread Central. »
- John Squires
Great werewolf films are hard to find these days. The lycanthrope playing field is typically filled to the brim with bad CGI transformations and it’s a subgenre that just deserves better. Neil Marshall (The Descent, TV’s Black Sails, Constantine)’s 2002 films, Dog Soldiers, was just that kind of werewolf film that resonated with horror fans, and quickly became somewhat of a cult horror classic.
The gang over at Scream Factory obviously agree, because hitting shelves on June 23rd, is a brand new Collector’s Edition Bluray/DVD combo of the werewolf classic, complete with an extensive amount of brand new special features, and even featuring Marshall’s early short film, Combat.
A group of soldiers dispatched to the Scottish Highlands on special training maneuvers face their biggest fears after they run into Captain Ryan – the only survivor of a Special Ops team that was literally torn to pieces. »
- Jerry Smith
Nearly 13 years ago, a British Army unit discovered what lives in the shadows in Neil Marshall's feature film directorial debut, Dog Soldiers, and this summer Scream Factory is revisiting what that doomed group encountered with their Dog Soldiers Collector’s Edition Blu-ray / DVD. First announced in 2013, the anticipated release has been pushed back more than once to ensure it's the best possible final version. At long last, the beloved werewolf film will come out on June 23rd and it will be well worth the wait, as the newly revealed special features are enough to make horror hounds drool and howl at the moon with pleasure.
Press Release -- "Six Men. Full Moon. No Chance. The terrifying thriller Dog Soldiers gets the Scream Factory treatment with a Collector’s Edition Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack available June 23rd, 2015. Fans who order their copy from ShoutFactory.com will receive an exclusive Dog Soldiers poster, »
- Derek Anderson
Halloween is coming to Montreal this summer, as the star-studded (both in front of and behind the camera) anthology horror film, Tales of Halloween, is scheduled to make its world premiere at the festival. JeruZalem, Turbo Kid, Deathgasm, and many more movies are also slated to screen:
Press Release -- "Montreal, May 6, 2015 – The 19th annual Fantasia International Film Festival is gearing up to rush Montreal with three weeks of cinematic inspiration and fantastical visions from across the world from July 14 until August 4, 2015.
Our complete lineup of programming and special events will be revealed in the coming weeks, but in the meantime, here’s an early First Wave Announcement of selected highlights and info to whet your appetite for the exciting things to come!
Unveiling Our 2015 Poster Art: Fantasia Continues Its Celebration Of Regional Folklore With The Wendigo
In recent editions, Fantasia has showcased poster art informed by various regional legends and myths, »
- Derek Anderson
First wave of titles unveiled for 19th edition of Montreal’s genre film festival .
Based on Hinako Suguira’s manga Sarusuberi, the film centres on the relationship between ukiyo-e (woodblock prints) artist Katsushika Hokusai and his talented daughter O-Ei.
The first wave of titles also includes the world premieres of horror omnibus Tales of Halloween, featuring segments directed by the likes of Darren Lynn Bousman, Neil Marshall and Lucky McKee, and Israeli duo Yoav & Doron Paz’s Jeruzalem which follows a group of American teenagers who find themselves inside their worst nightmare when they visit Jerusalem on Yom Kippur.
This year’s festival will also host the international premiere of Eiichiro Hasumi »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Ian Sandwell)
The Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal, now in its 19th year, is one of our favorite festivals around and a fan favorite for Sound on Sight readers for several years now. This year’s festival runs July 14 to August 4, and the first wave of films on the lineup has just been revealed.
Marvel’s highly anticipated Ant-Man, with Paul Rudd, will be the opening night film, along with the Japanese animated film Miss Hokusai. Miss Hokusai comes from Production I.G., known for its other classics including A Letter to Momo and Giovanni’s Island.
Fantasia ’15 will also be home to several World Premieres, including Tales of Halloween, a collection of 10 short horror stories, and Jeruzalem, a horror film from Israeli directors and Tiff honorees Yoav and Doron Paz (Phobidilia).
The Canadian indie Turbo Kid, which we first caught up with at Sundance this year, will also be having its »
- Brian Welk
"My wife and I would love to have you for dinner." A new promo video for Hannibal Season 3 has been released, teasing the unique relationship between Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) and Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier (Gillian Anderson).
The season three premiere of Hannibal, "Antipasto" premieres on Thursday, June 4th, at 10:00pm Est. In addition to Mikkelsen and Anderson, the cast for season three includes Hugh Dancy as Will Graham, Glenn Fleshler as Cordell Doemling, Joe Anderson in place of Michael Pitt as Mason Verger, Tara Mae Thornton in the recurring role of Reba McClane, Richard Armitage as Francis Dolarhyde, aka The Tooth Fairy serial killer, and Nina Arianda as Mary Graham, Will's wife, with Zachary Quinto guest starring in at least one episode as one of Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier's patients.
- Derek Anderson
The Stranger: Written and directed by Guillermo Amoedo, and produced by Eli Roth, The Stranger stars Ariel Levy, Nicolas Duran, Lorenza Izzo (The Green Inferno, Knock Knock) and Aaron Burns (The Green Inferno, Knock Knock). On June 12th, the fright film comes out in New York and Los Angeles theaters, as well as On Demand.
Synopsis: "In this supernatural thriller, a mysterious man arrives in a small Canadian town seeking his wife, but his unwelcome presence and what he finds instead soon plunges the community into a bloodbath."
Fuller previously revealed that the Hannibal Season 3 premiere "takes place over four different periods »
- Derek Anderson
Stars: Brent Briscoe, Kurt Caceres, Eric Etebari, Jeff Fahey, Lauren Gores, Molly Hagan, Joey Kern, Ashway Lawver, Jason Masek, Larry Moran, Kelly Noonan, Rene Rivera, David Shackelford, Mark L. Young | Written by Patrick Doody, Chris Valenziano | Directed by Ben Ketai
The Descent arguably made being stuck underground scary again, with intelligent use of the darkness and just a hint of claustrophobia half of the job of scaring the audience was done before the creatures even made an appearance on screen. Beneath may not want to be compared to Neil Marshall’s movie, but as a fan I can’t help but compare the two.
Beneath may claim it is inspired by true events, but we know that this is a statement that is used as a marketing tool to get attention but means nothing when it comes to historical fact. In the movie we see a crew of coal miners trapped 600 feet below the ground. »
- Paul Metcalf
Out of all the Avengers Marvel has mined from its vast catalog of characters, there’s one in particular whose vocal fanbase has decried the comic studio. Why? For not providing her with her own solo movie, that’s why!
Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow (aka Natasha Romanoff) was introduced in Iron Man 2 as Stark’s eye candy assistant before she unleashed her true potential on the hallway of Goons at the Hammer factory. Her Romanoff resume is steadily increasing, but not on account of her own standalone ventures. She’s appeared in Iron Man and Captain America’s solo pics, and kicked major Chitauri butt with them in The Avengers. So, will she ever get her own movie?
In another of Collider’s interviews with the Avengers, Johansson reveals that the idea of a Black Widow movie isn’t as far from Marvel’s minds as we might »
- Gem Seddon
We love a good horror here at Thn and were rather impressed with new release Dark Summer. The film stars It Follows actor Keir Gilchrist as Daniel, a teenage boy whose obsession with female classmate Mona. His obsession with her leads to some very dark places, including Mona’s death and being placed under house arrest for the summer. It is then that he realises that he is not alone, someone or something is haunting him, and he has no place to run.
Playing Mona is up-and-coming young actress Grace Phipps. Phipps started her career in the David Tennant starring Fright Night before going onto a regular role in American television show The Nine Lives of Chloe King. This was followed with a recurring stint on the phenomenally successful The Vampire Diaries. Then she landed a role in the newest Disney craze Teen Beach Movie. In-between Teen Beach and it’s sequel, »
- Kat Smith
Paris-based financier and producer Backup Films has unveiled its first ever English language TV series with British filmmaker Neil Marshall’s Britannia. The series, which Backup will be shopping at Mip next week, charts the Roman invasion of what would become Great Britain in 43 A.D. and the rise of iconic female warrior Boudicca. The eight part series, which does not have a broadcaster attached yet, will follow the growing relationship between Boudicca and Roman Consul… »
Paris — Paris-based financier/co-producer Backup Films (“Still Alice”) is getting ready to launch its first English-language series, “Britannia,” a historical epic exec produced by “Game of Thrones” and “Centurion” director Neil Marshall.
The show, which chronicles Rome’s invasion of Britannia in the 1st century Ad, is created by Martha Little who will exec produce along with Elizabeth Stanley and Thomas Bliss (“Children of Men”). Marshall, who earned an Emmy nom for directing “Game of Thrones’s” episode “The Watchers on the Wall,” will write the pilot episode on top of exec producing.
“Britannia” takes place in 43 Ad when the Roman Emperor Claudius, who ruled over the expansionist Roman Empire, ordered the invasion of Britannia, an egalitarian land where women and men were on an equal footing.
The series, conceived to be edgy enough for pay TV, will center around three main characters: The tribal King, Prasutagus, his wife, Queen Boudicea, »
- Elsa Keslassy
Earlier this month, we reported that Season 3 of Hannibal will debut on NBC June 4. NBC revealed back in January that they were pushing the show to debut in the summer, instead of the spring like the first seasons, but it seems the extended wait will be well worth it. Series creator Bryan Fuller took to his Twitter account earlier this week to share a number of intriguing details about this upcoming season, along with the directors for four of the 13 episodes.
Bryan Fuller made all of these revelations after asking the fans on his Twitter page to vote for his earlier series Pushing Daisies in an online poll of which beloved but short-lived shows should come back. After Pushing Daisies beat out Firefly in the final round, Bryan Fuller started releasing Hannibal tidbits, first revealing that the Season 3 premiere, "Antipasto", "will take place over four different periods of time." Unfortunately, »
Neil Marshall and Vincenzo Natali: horror hounds know the former for his directing of The Descent, Dog Soldiers, Doomsday, and more, while the latter brought Splice, Haunter, Cube, and the "U is for Utopia" segment of ABCs of Death 2 to life on the big screen. These two creative horror genre minds bring their skills to the always dangerous dinner table of NBC's Hannibal, as showrunner Bryan Fuller has revealed Marshall and Natali directed select episodes of the third season. Also unveiled are the titles of four season three episodes, one of which should sound very familiar to fans of Thomas Harris' 1981 novel and the 2002 (second) film adaptation of the same name.
On his Twitter page, Fuller announced that Vincenzo Natali directed the first three episodes of Hannibal Season 3, respectively titled "Antipasto", "Primavera", and "Secondo." Fuller then revealed that Neil Marshall helmed "The Great Red Dragon", the eighth episode of season three. »
- Derek Anderson
Hannibal Season 3 begins on June 4, and now series creator Bryan Fuller is offering up some details on the new batch of episodes. First up, he has revealed a couple of the directors for this season. One is returning helmer Vincenzo Natali, who directs the first three episodes of Season 3. Another is Neil Marshall, known […]
- Russ Fischer
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