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Way back in episode 10 of Channel Control, I might have mentioned that Kevin Bacon was going to reprise his role of Valentine Mckee in a Tremors TV show. We didnt have much info on the whole project other than the all new TV series would be on Syfy and that Kevin would play the same character from the first movie, 25 years later. You can check that episode out Here.
Well now we've got a bit more info on the series so let share the news. First bit of news, Location! Thanks to the Albuquerque Journal weve learned that principal photography will start in Albuquerque at the end of October and continue on thru November. This will most likely be the main locatoion shoot for the town of Perfection.
The second, and probably the most important, we've got a synopsis for the show, which is summarised below:
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Tremors has some new team members. Deadline reports Shiloh Fernandez (pictured, left), Emily Tremaine (pictured, right), and Megan Ketch have joined the upcoming Syfy reboot.Based on the 1990 film, the action drama revisits the town of Perfection 25 years later as the graboids have returned, “and the town’s only hope for survival is Valentine McKee (Kevin Bacon), who beat them once. But to do it again he’ll have to overcome age, alcohol and a delusional hero complex.”Read More… »
Pop’s “Hollywood Darlings” has been renewed for a second season. The comedy starring Jodie Sweetin (“Full House,” “Fuller House”), Christine Lakin (“Step by Step”), and Beverly Mitchell (“7th Heaven”) will begin production this fall. “Hollywood Darlings” follows the real life friendship of the former child stars. The trio plays exaggerated versions of themselves as they riff off their current Hollywood lives.
Emily Tremaine, Megan Ketch, and Shiloh Fernandez will star in Syfy “Tremors” pilot alongside Kevin Bacon. Fernandez is set for the role of Nico Garza, who has been killing time in Perfection, working in Earl’s Graboid Waste Gobbling company, waiting for the right moment to split. The last thing he wants is to turn out like Val (Bacon), who’s stayed stuck in nowheresville all these years. Ketch will play Mindy Sterngood, a »
- Rebecca Rubin
The Tremors worms are coming for a new set of actors: Megan Ketch — who fronted CBS’ American Gothic and recurred on Jane the Virgin as Susanna Barnett — will star opposite Kevin Bacon in Syfy’s sequel pilot.
Emily Tremaine (Guilt, Vinyl) and Shiloh Fernandez (Gypsy) have also been cast in the project, which takes place 25 years after the 1990 cult hit about an invasion of killer worms (aka “Graboids”) that wreak havoc on an unsuspecting Nevada desert town. The worms are back, and it’s up to an aged, alcoholic Valentine McKee (Bacon) to once again save humanity.
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Emily Tremaine (“Vinyl”), Megan Ketch (“American Gothic”) and Evil Dead‘s Shiloh Fernandez are set to star alongside Kevin Bacon in the Syfy pilot “Tremors”, a reboot of the 1990 cult classic film, with original star Bacon reprising his role, Deadline reports. In the “Tremors” follow-up, written by Andrew Miller and to be directed by Cube […] »
- Brad Miska
The best way to watch “Chronically Metropolitan” is to think of it as a parody of a particularly pretentious brand of indie romance. Unfortunately, though, director Xavier Manrique and writer Nicholas Schutt (“Blood & Oil”) play it so solemnly straight for their feature debut that it seems unlikely they’re aiming for satire. Shiloh Fernandez (“Evil Dead”) is Fenton Dillane, a twentysomething author whose single short story in The New Yorker made such a massive impact on the world that, as he complains, he was “forced into exile.” Um. Ok. Also Read: Mary-Louise Parker's Nanny Arrested, Accused of Stealing Thousands »
- Elizabeth Weitzman
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The road movie follows 15-year-old Robinson (Flores) and 20-year-old Keesha (JSkye) as they venture cross-country in an attempt to escape the grasp of abusive foster parent and drug-dealer Martin (Scott). When they break down midway, Keesha and Robinson meet Edwin (Fernandez) and a new family that could turn their life around.
- Rebecca Ford
One of the more impressive New York City-set indie dramas we’ve seen in the last year is Long Nights Short Mornings, which has enjoyed a festival run since its debut at South by Southwest Film Festival. Directed by Chadd Harbold, it follows Shiloh Fernandez‘s character as he searches for romance in the city to varying results. Also starring Natalia Dyer, Christine Evangelista, Cassandra Freeman, Stella Maeve, and Addison Timlin, we’re pleased to debut the exclusive trailer from The Orchard ahead of a release next week.
We said in our review, “Long Nights Short Mornings, written and directed by Chadd Harbold, follows in the footsteps of the “playboy in crisis” sub-genre, populated by the likes of Alfie, Shampoo, Arthur, and Roger Dodger. ‘I do so many stupid things. I don’t know why,’ says James (Shiloh Fernandez), attempting to rekindle one of a number of lovers he’ll »
- Jordan Raup
8 items from 2017
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