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Over the past year, Go90 has shown a proclivity for distributing sports comedies, which populate its Go90 Zone vertical. The latest addition to that number is In The Rough, a series from Complex Networks’ RatedRed set at a not-so-classy golf course.
In The Rough stars Ryan Merriman as a young golfer who must save the course he plays on from a buyout attempt. The fate of the course, as in many sports comedies, is determined through a game, during which Merriman and his cohorts do whatever it takes to keep the land grabbers from seizing victory.
The cast of In The Rough includes a number of performers who have found success through social media. Co-star Sunny Mabrey, for example, received more than 680 million loops on Vine, while supporting actress Lara Sebastian touts a six-digit follower count on Instagram.
For RatedRed, which refers to itself as a platform aimed at millennials in America’s heartland, »
- Sam Gutelle
Directed by Nathaniel Atcheson
In the years following a deadly flu epidemic, seven survivors communicate with each other from their individual underground bunkers, scattered throughout the United States.
Low-rent sci-fi can usually go one of two ways: smart and subtle, pinned to a manageable concept, or washed out by cheap, schlocky special effects. Luckily, bare-bones single-location thriller Domain opts for the former, running off a clever (if not entirely original) plot, with a fresh set of characters and a thoroughly involving central idea. Rather than wasting his limited resources on another unnecessarily loud outbreak thriller about people hunting for food and murdering each other in desperation, director Nathaniel Atcheson has opted for something a little more close to home: humanity’s innate desire to be social. And for the most part, »
- Ben Robins
No, folks, this is not an April fools day joke. A movie called The Jurassic Games has started production. And it promises to mashup the best elements of popular franchises The Hunger Games and Jurassic World. It doesn't sound like your typical spoof, either, but instead will be an on-the-level sci-fi action thriller. Though, probably not with the big budget VFX you're used to seeing at the local cinema.
We have the official PR for you here, with the movie coming from Galen Christy's High Octane Pictures, in association with the Oklahoma Film + Music Office (Of+Mo). They state that they've officially kicked off production on Ryan Bellgardt's amazing sounding The Jurassic Games.
Starring Ryan Merriman (Final Destination 3) and Perrey Reeves (Entoutrage), the film imagines a world set in the near future wherein ten Death Row convicts are chosen to compete in The Jurassic Games, the ultimate »
The "Twelfth Doctor" Peter Capaldi will be in attendance at this year's Wizard World Minneapolis convention. Continue reading for more details on his appearance and the event itself. Also in today's Highlights: Night Visions Film Festival spring 2017 lineup, Jurassic Games production details, and trailers for Home Education and The Alienators.
Peter Capaldi to Appear at Wizard World Minneapolis: Press Release: "Minneapolis, March 30, 2017 – Peter Capaldi, who portrays the Twelfth and current iteration of "The Doctor" on the long-running science fiction series "Doctor Who," will make his Wizard World debut next month when he attends Wizard World Comic Con Minneapolis, May 6-7 at the Minneapolis Convention Center. Capaldi will greet fans, pose for photo ops, sign autographs and conduct an interactive fan Q&A during the pop culture extravaganza.
Capaldi has appeared as the title character in the BBC program since being introduced in the 50th Anniversary special, "The Day of the Doctor" and the 2013 Christmas episode, »
- Tamika Jones
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