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We were so disappointed that Zero Hour wasn’t given more time to gain an audience, but at least were pleased when ABC announced that the entire first season would air this summer, including the first three episodes that aired in the winter.
Happily, ABC has now paired those episodes with unaired episodes from another gone-too-soon show from earlier this season, 666 Park Avenue, according to Deadline. As you know from the SciFiMafia.com Spring and Summer Primetime TV Schedule and the SciFiMafia.com Calendar, Zero Hour premieres Saturday, June 15 at 8/7c. 666 Park Avenue will join Zero Hour on June 22, following it at 9/8c and continuing weekly for three more weeks.
Excellent news, I’m So looking forward to summer Saturdays, these were great shows; thanks to ABC for airing the rest of the episodes.
As the publisher of a paranormal enthusiast magazine, Modern Skeptic, Hank Galliston has spent his career following clues, »
- Erin Willard
Hollywood legends Al Pacino, Christopher Walken and Alan Arkin star together on the big screen for the first time in Stand Up Guys, arriving from Lionsgate Home Entertainment this May. The action comedy about three ex-gangsters who reunite for one unforgettable evening, will be available May 21 on Blu-ray (plus Ultraviolet Digital Copy), DVD (plus Ultraviolet Digital Copy) and Digital Download. We have two exclusive interview clips with Christopher Walken and Al Pacino.
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Three retired gangsters reunite for one epic final night, however, one of the friends is keeping a dangerous secret, and his time to find an acceptable alternative is running out. As the sun rises on the guys' reunion, their position becomes more and more desperate and they finally confront their pasts once and for all.
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Now that we've had time to process the gloriously heartbreaking Brittana moments from Glee's season four finale, it's time to ask ourselves a tough (but exciting!) question: Who should the show cast as Santana's girlfriend next season? Because according to TV Line, it's going to be a pretty big role.
Ausiello: All indications are that Morris will be back in some capacity, but probably not until the first part of 2014 at the earliest (Morris’ baby is due in the fall). But don’t expect Santana to wait around for her ex to resurface. Word on the street is she’s getting a serious NYC girlfriend in Season 5.
Here's today's latest casting news: Richard Madden (Game of Thrones) has been cast as the Prince in Disney's live-action Cinderella feature, directed by Kenneth Branagh. Callan McAuliffe (I Am Number Four) has landed the lead role in Our Robot Overlords, directed by Jon Wright (Grabbers) and starring Ben Kingsley (Iron Man 3) and Gillian Anderson (The X-Files). Gary Cole (Office Space), Veronica Cartwright (Alien) and Joshua Leonard (The Blair Witch Project) have joined the cast of The Town That Dreaded Sundown remake, directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon and starring Addison Timlin (Derailed). Hit the jump for more on each casting announcement. From a Disney press release: Richard Madden Cast in Disney’s Cinderella Richard Madden (Game of Thrones) has been cast as the Prince in Disney’s upcoming live-action Cinderella. As previously announced, the film is being directed by Sir Kenneth Branagh, stars Cate Blanchett as the wicked stepmother and features »
- Dave Trumbore
The Town That Dreaded Sundown remake will begin filming this month and we have three more names to add to the cast list. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Veronica Cartwright (Alien), Gary Cole (Office Space) and Joshua Leonard (The Blair Witch Project) will appear in the movie, along with previously announced actors Addison Timlin and Travis Tope.
As we reported recently, the story will “center on a rural Texarkana town that was stalked by a serial killer in 1946. The maniac was never caught and in 2013, he comes back.”
Addison Timlin will star in the movie as a young woman who is the target of a masked killer. Veronica Cartwright will play the grandmother of Timlin’s character, and Travis Tope is playing one of her friends from school. Gary Cole is taking on the role of a deputy who is searching for the killer, while Joshua Leonard will play the »
- Jonathan James
Three horror vets join Alfonso Gomez-Rejon's remake of the 1976 slasher film The Town That Dreaded Sundown. The film is based on the true story of a serial killer that stalked a small Texas town in 1946. At least five people were killed and the perpetrator was never caught. Addison Timlin (Derailed, Zero Hour) has already been cast as the headliner. Joining her are Veronica Cartwright, Gary Cole, and Joshua Leonard.
Cartwright will play Timlin's grandmother, who raises her after her parents are killed in a car accident. In a career spanning over 50 years, Cartwright has had many roles in genre films, including The Birds, Alien, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, and Candyman: Farewell to Flesh.
- Alyse Wax
The Town That Dreaded Sundown redo is about to roll cameras soon and The Hollywood Reporter says Veronica Cartwright (Alien), Gary Cole (Office Space) and Joshusa Leonard (The Blair Witch Project) are joining the cast. They'll join Addison Timlin and Travis Tope.
In this redo, Timlin plays a young girl who survives a copycat massacre at the film’s annual tribute screening and sets out to solve the mystery of who’s recreating the unsolved Sackhead murders, using clues from her own past.
According to the site, Cartwright will play the grandmother to Timlin's character (who lost her parents to an accident). Cole and Leonard are police deputies.
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Veronica Cartwright ("Alien"), Gary Cole ("Talladega Nights") and Joshua Leonard ("The Blair Witch Project") have joined the cast of Alfonso Gomez-Rejon's horror thriller remake "The Town That Dreaded Sundown" at MGM.
The story centers on a rural Texarkana town that was stalked by a serial killer in 1946. The maniac was never caught, and in 2013, he comes back.
Addison Timlin stars in the lead role. Cartwright will play Timlin's grandmother who is raising her after her parents die in a car accident.
Cole is a deputy doggedly pursuing the killer. Leonard will play the deputy assigned to protect Timlin and her grandmother.
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- Garth Franklin
More casting news has come in for the MGM meta redux of The Town that Dreaded Sundown, and we have the skinny on exactly who'll be facing the original Sackhead next. Hint - It's not Steve Dash or Warrington Gillette.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Veronica Cartwright, Gary Cole, and Joshua Leonard (pictured; The Blair Witch Project) have joined the cast of MGM’s The Town That Dreaded Sundown. Cole is a deputy who is doggedly pursuing the killer, and Leonard will play the deputy assigned to protect the previously announced Addison Timlin and her grandmother. Cartwright will play Timlin’s grandmother who is raising her after her parents die in a car accident.
Timlin plays Jami, a girl who survives a copycat massacre at the film’s annual tribute screening and sets out to solve the mystery of who’s recreating the unsolved Sackhead murders, using clues from her own past. »
- Uncle Creepy
Veronica Cartwright, who starred in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1963’s The Birds, as well as Alien and Invasion of the Body Snatchers has joined the cast of MGM’s The Town That Dreaded Sundown, alongside Gary Cole and The Blair Witch Project‘s Joshua Leonard, pictured above, says Heat Vision Tuesday evening. Addison Timlin is leading in the horror... Read More »
Veronica Cartwright, Gary Cole and Joshua Leonard have joined the cast of MGM’s The Town That Dreaded Sundown. Addison Timlin is starring in the horror thriller being produced by Ryan Murphy and Jason Blum and being directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon. The story centers on a rural Texarkana town that was stalked by a serial killer in 1946. The maniac was never caught, and in 2013, he comes back. Cartwright will play Timlin’s grandmother who is raising her after her parents die in a car accident. Cole is a deputy who is doggedly pursuing the killer, and Leonard will play
- Borys Kit
Having all sorts of issues and delays which we won't bore you with today was once that of Stephen Sommers adaptation of 'Odd Thomas'. The project based on the series of novels by author Dean Koontz is still seeking an acquisition for distribution but at least it now has a new sales trailer in order to attract the attention of potential buyers. The supernatural yet light hearted project stars Anton Yelchin ('Star Trek into Darkness', 'Fright Night') in the title role and is joined by Willem Defoe ('Shadow of the Vampire') and the gorgeous Addison Timlin -below ('Californication'). The original novelisation of 'Odd Thomas' by Koontz was followed up by 4 sequel books with the latest and sixth installment in the series 'Deeply Odd' arriving on shelves later this month. Head below for the feature sales trailer. »
About two years ago, an adaptation of Odd Thomas started filming and we haven’t heard much since, aside from some legal battles between parties involved in financing the film. A sales trailer has now been released and it gives us a pretty good idea of what to expect from the movie.
“The story centers on a short-order cook named Odd Thomas (Anton Yelchin) who can commune with the dead, a secret only his girlfriend (Addison Timlin) and the local police (Willem Dafoe) chief know. The young man can also spot malevolent forces called bodachs, who feed on pain and portent imminent death. When Odd sees them in spades surrounding a stranger, he finds himself in a race against time to avert a catastrophe.”
- Jonathan James
A sales trailer for Stephen Sommers' adaptation of the Dean R. Koontz book Odd Thomas has made its way online and we have a look at it right here for ya! Check it out out and hope that one day we'll actually see the whole thing given its troubles.
The story centers on a short-order cook named Odd Thomas (Anton Yelchin) who can commune with the dead, a secret only his girlfriend (Addison Timlin) and the local police (Willem Dafoe) chief know. The young man can also spot malevolent forces called bodachs, who feed on pain and portent imminent death. When Odd sees them in spades surrounding a stranger, he finds himself in a race against time to avert a catastrophe.
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- Uncle Creepy
Anton Yelchin portrays the peculiar title character in the first trailer for Odd Thomas, an adaptation of Dean R. Koontz's novel. The story centers on Thomas, an exuberant short-order cook who possesses the gift to communicate with the dead. He must use his talent to prevent an evil force from entering our world through a gateway from hell. Check out the latest footage from this upcoming thriller, also starring Addison Timlin, Willem Dafoe, Nico Tortorella, and Patton Oswalt.
Odd Thomas - Trailer
Odd Thomas looks to be a decently entertaining film! What's so surprising to me about this is that the movie was directed by Stephen Sommers (The Mummy, G.I. Joe). I'm not the biggest fan of his work. It's an adaptation from the Dean Koontz novella, and it stars Anton Yelchin, Addison Timlin, Willem Dafoe, Nico Tortorella, Patton Oswalt, and Gugu Mbatha-Raw. Yelchin plays the title character who lacks ambition, and works as a fry cook in California, but has the gift of seeing and communicating with ghosts.
Producers have been struggling to get the movie released in theaters due to a legal battle, but they are looking to push it at the Cannes Film Festival. They've cut together this fun trailer for the film to show off what they have, and I like what I see.
- Joey Paur
The first trailer for director Stephen Sommers’ adaptation of the Dean Koontz novel Odd Thomas has made its way online. The story centers on a short-order cook who can commune with the dead, with Anton Yelchin starring as the titular character. It’s a uniquely “small” film for Sommers following the director’s previous tentpoles like Van Helsing, The Mummy, and G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, but he appears to be delving in similar territory as the more supernatural aspects of Odd Thomas are grounded by a healthy dose of humor and charisma from Yelchin. The pic looks to strike a vibe similar to Men in Black or Beetlejuice, and it’s a bit too early to tell if it succeeds or not, but Yelchin’s starring turn sure is promising. Hit the jump to watch the trailer. The film also stars Willem Dafoe, Addison Timlin, Nico Tortorella, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, »
- Adam Chitwood
When a completed film is ready for release, you can bet all parties involved are gagging to get it into theatres to reap the much needed gratification and financial rewards. For Stephen Sommers’ latest, Odd Thomas, that long and winding road has been dotted with lawyers and litigation. The release of the picture, which was shot two years ago, has been held up due to producers engaging in a legal battle. With over $35 million earmarked for production and marketing it’s no wonder. However, the war is over and now the producers have opted to whet appetites at Cannes with the first trailer. You can scope it out below.
From this first glimpse at the film, comparisons to Don Coscarelli’s John Dies At The End are not without point. A lad who can see dead things that the rest of the world cannot, who embarks on a quest, and »
- Gem Seddon
A few months ago we brought you more troubling news regarding the big-screen adaptation of the first of horror author Dean Koontz’ Odd Thomas series of novels. Shooting on the film, directed by The Mummy and Van Helsing’s Stephen Sommers, was completed almost two years ago now but financial problems and studio lawsuits have seen the supernatural suspense thriller gathering dust.
Odd Thomas is led by Star Trek and Fright Night’s Anton Yelchin as the short-order cook with psychic abilities, with the first film of a hoped franchise leading him to investigate a mysterious man who may have been responsible for a series of unsolved murders. The supporting cast also includes Willem Dafoe, Patton Oswalt and Addison Timlin.
Fans of Koontz character will be happy to lean we’ve unearthed this Cannes sales trailer for the film still awaiting a release. See how long it lasts!
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- Craig Hunter
Odd Thomas now has a trailer (a sales preview likely cooked up for the Cannes film market) which you can check out below! The big screen version of Odd Thomas , based on the novel by Dean Koontz, tells of an ordinary man (played by Anton Yelchin, Star Trek Into Darkness ) with an extraordinary gift. Able to communicate with the dead, Odd must use their silent clues in an attempt to prevent a mass catastrophe which threatens everything he holds dear. Stephen Sommers of "The Mummy" series, Van Helsing and G.I. Joe directs. Addison Timlin, Willem Dafoe, Patton Oswalt, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Nico Tortorella and Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson also star. »
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