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He helmed the 2009 remake of Wes Craven’s The Last House on the Left and took viewers to a party they wouldn’t soon forget in 2013’s +1. Now director Dennis Iliadis is hard at work on his latest film, He’s Out There, which has started filming in Canada:
Press Release: Montreal, July 29, 2016 – Principal photography has begun on Screen Gems’ suspense thriller, He’s Out There. Yvonne Strahovski stars, along with Justin Bruening, Anna Pniowsky, Abigail Pniowsky, Julian Bailey and Ryan McDonald. Dennis Iliadis directs, from a script by Mike Scannell. Producers are Adrienne Biddle and Bryan Bertino of Unbroken Pictures. Glenn Gainor is executive producer.
On vacation at a remote lake house, a mother and her two young daughters must fight for survival after falling into a terrifying and bizarre nightmare.
- Derek Anderson
No, we’re not talking about our own Matt Fini (though I wouldn’t rule out the possibility)… what we have here is a brand spanking new flick! According to Deadline, Yvonne Strahovski (“Dexter,” I, Frankenstein) has landed the starring role in… Continue Reading →
- Steve Barton
Paramount and The Film Arcade have announced a September 23rd release date for "Goat," Andrew Neel's fraternity drama which was a hit at Sundance. Nick Jonas and Ben Schnetzer star in the film which will open on September 23rd in New York, Los Angeles, and other select U.S. cities along with a digital and on demand release on that date. [Source: EW]
David Goyer is set to direct a remake of Baran bo Odar's German film "Who Am I". The story follows a man who falls in with a group of hackers in Berlin who attempt to gain notoriety by disrupting the public order. Dan Wiedenhaupt ("The Solutrean") is penning the script for the remake. [Source: Deadline]
- Garth Franklin
Exclusive: Yvonne Strahovski has landed the starring role in He’s Out There, a suspense thriller that Screen Gems will put into production next month. The film’s being directed by Dennis Iliadis from a script by Mike Scannell. Producers are Bryan Bertino and Adrienne Biddle of Unbroken Pictures. Strahovski plays a mother who comes to visit a remote lake house, and finds herself fighting for the lives of herself and her two daughters after falling into a terrifying and… »
Exclusive: President Tannaz Anisi and her team have returned from the Croisette following a slew of deals on two of the company’s prestige titles.
Los Angeles-based 13 Films has sold action title Extortion starring Barkhad Abdi, Eion Baily and Danny Glover to Ascot Elite Entertainment for Germany, Signature Entertainment for the UK and Interfilm Co. for Japan.
Further deals closed in Spain (Corbi Media), Greece, Indonesia and Turkey (Tanweer), Portugal (Nos Lusomundo), China (DDDream), South Korea (Sookie Pictures), and the Philippines (Ocotarts).
The film is in the final stages of post and made its market screening debut in Cannes. Phil Volken directs Extortion from his screenplay about a vacationing doctor who must find his kidnapped family after they are stranded on an island. Bethany Joy Lenz also stars.
The story about a journalist »
- email@example.com (Jeremy Kay)
"Some secrets should never come to light." Or maybe everyone prefers that kind of creepy tagline better? "No reporter can resist a siren." Lionsgate has unveiled a trailer for a crime thriller called Manhattan Night, a sort of contemporary noir starring Adrien Brody as the pulp writer stuck in the middle of a crazy mysterious story of sex and lies and deceit. The cast includes Jennifer Beals and Yvonne Strahovski, plus Campbell Scott, Linda Lavin, Steven Berkoff and Kevin Breznahan. The trailer sets up the plot better than any text explanation can - this nice family man meets a "seductive stranger" and gets wrapped up in his own twisted story. This seems to be cutting it close to being straight-to-tv quality, so watch out. Here's the official trailer for Brian DeCubellis' Manhattan Night, direct from YouTube: Based on Colin Harrison's acclaimed novel Manhattan Nocturne, Manhattan Night tells the »
- Alex Billington
Based on Colin Harrison’s acclaimed novel Manhattan Nocturne (a New York Times Notable Book of the Year), Manhattan Night tells the story of Porter Wren (Adrien Brody), a New York City tabloid writer with an appetite for scandal. On the beat he sells murder, tragedy and anything that passes for the truth. At home he is a model family man, devoted to his loving wife (Jennifer Beals).
But when a seductive stranger (Yvonne Strahovski) asks him to dig into the unsolved murder of her filmmaker husband Simon (Campbell Scott), he can’t resist. In this modern version of a classic film noir, we follow Porter as he is drawn into a very nasty case of sexual obsession and blackmail – one that threatens his job, his marriage and his life.
Manhattan Night will be released by »
- Michelle McCue
A trailer has been released for the upcoming thriller Manhattan Night, which you can view below along with the poster for the film…
The new thriller is based on the acclaimed New York Times Notable Book of the Year Manhattan Nocturne by author Colin Harrison, and stars Adrien Brody (Third Person, The Pianist) as “a New York City tabloid writer with an appetite for scandal. In this modern version of a classic film noir, we follow Porter as he is drawn into a very nasty case of sexual obsession and blackmail – one that threatens his job, his marriage and his life.”
First time filmmaker Brian DeCubellis writes and directs the film which co-stars Yvonne Strahovski (24: Live Another Day), Campbell Scott (The Amazing Spider-Man 2), Jennifer Beals (Proof), Linda Lavin (The Intern) and Steven Berkoff (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo).
Manhattan Night opens in Us cinemas On Demand on May 20th. »
- Scott J. Davis
Just like cinema, journalism has been declared dead for a long time now. But that won't stop hotshot reporter Adrien Brody, who stumbles into what might be his biggest story yet, but also the arms of a beautiful woman who might prove to be even more dangerous than he could imagine. Read More: Stop The Presses: The 13 Best Newsroom Movies Co-starring Yvonne Strahovski, Campbell Scott, Jennifer Beals, Linda Lavin and Steven Berkoff, "Manhattan Night" centers on the aforementioned reporter whose latest story may be too much for him to handle. Here's the synopsis: Based on Colin Harrison's acclaimed New York Times Notable Book of the Year Manhattan Nocturne, the film Manhattan Night is a seductive thriller that tells the story of Porter Wren (Adrien Brody), a New York City tabloid writer with an appetite for scandal. In this modern version of a classic film noir, we follow Porter as »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Thoughts on this week's Horace and Pete coming up just as soon as I tell you my dad walked on the moon... Wow. Like the opening of Laurie Metcalf's monologue in episode 3, Pete's climactic hallucination in this week's installment was a reminder of the power of this TV/theater hybrid style Louis C.K. is using for Horace and Pete. There's a cinematic way to present the same material — possibly with a different lens and other techniques to distinguish the hallucination from a real scene at the bar, and/or with occasional cutaways to where Pete really is during all of this — that could have been pretty effective in its own right. But by limiting himself to what could be presented on a live stage, C.K. not only left the uncomfortable question of Pete's real whereabouts up to our imaginations, and also captured just how real these hallucinations must seem to him. »
- Alan Sepinwall
Stars: Jason O’Mara, Yvonne Strahovski, Stuart Allan, Sean Maher, Morena Baccarin, Steve Blum, Gaius Charles, John Dimaggio, Robin Atkin Downes, James Garrett, Ernie Hudson, Christine Lakin, Vanessa Marshall | Written by J.M. DeMatteis | Directed by Jay Oliva
After Batman goes missing, Dick Grayson takes up his mantle as He and Damian Wayne have to protect Gotham City, while also trying to find the original Batman. Two new allies, Batwoman and Batwing arrive to help investigate Batman’s disappearance.
So here we are with another ‘Original’ movie from DC, who were once a Juggernaut when it came to releasing a constant stream of excellent animated movies that eclipsed the majority of DC’s live-action catalogue. But it does appear (apart from a few films like Jl: Gods and Monsters and Batman: Assault on Arkham) that things are not going to change any time soon (especially with how Justice League vs. »
He might not be wearing a red suit and winged helmet, but Teddy Sears will play a hero of sorts on Fox’s next 24 incarnation.
Related24: Legacy Casts Its ‘Teri Bauer’
The potential revival-boot centers on Eric Carter (The Walking Dead‘s Corey Hawkins), a military hero who encounters a troubled return to the U.S., compelling him to ask the CTU for help in saving his life, and stopping what potentially could »
Related24 Vet Kiefer Sutherland Expects ‘Extraordinary’ Things From Jack-Less Relaunch, Also Hopes for Closure
Titled 24: Legacy, the 12-episode revival-boot centers on Eric Carter (The Walking Dead‘s Corey Hawkins), a military hero who encounters a troubled return to the U.S., compelling him to ask CTU for help in saving his life and stopping what potentially could be one of the largest-scale terror attacks on American soil.
Per our sister site Deadline, Diop will play a significant role as Eric’s wife Nicole. »
Exclusive: Grindstone Entertainment Group has acquired the U.S. rights to Adrien Brody pic Manhattan Nocturne. Lionsgate Premiere will handle the distribution via a multi-platform release on May 20 this year. The film, directed by Brian DeCubellis, also stars Yvonne Strahovski, Campbell Scott, Jennifer Beals with Linda Lavin and Steven Berkoff. As well as starring, Brody also produced the pic along with DeCubellis and Steve Klinsky through their banners Fable House… »
The newly integrated DC Animated Universe expands with its latest offering, Batman: Bad Blood. While Batman (Jason O’Mara) can work best as a loner, he casts a long enough shadow that somehow involves others to take up the mantle of the Bat. We’ve seen Nightwing (Sean Maher), the former first Robin, and the addition of Bruce Wayne’s son Damian (Stuart Allan) as the new Robin has added an edge.
The new animated film, out now from Warner Home Entertainment, has been sold as the major introduction of Batwoman (Yvonne Strahovski) but we also get Batwing (Gaius Charles) and at the end a cameo from Batgirl. As a result, it’s actually beginning to feel a little too busy with so many players there’s not enough time to properly service them.
- Robert Greenberger
There’s a lot to choose from this week when it comes to home entertainment. I sifted through to find a variety of fun and frights from two immortals to Buff Summers as a damsel in distress!
Henry Rollins as an immortal cannibal? How can you go wrong?! $9.99
Buy He Never Died
A remake of the gripping and horrific French-Canadian classic, this is tamer than the original, but is it better? Check »
- Harker Jones
Will Wally West fulfill his fate in a Flash? Can Once Upon a Time‘s Belle avoid a pregnant pause? Which Htgawm relationship is getting more complicated? Is Lucifer packing a “huge” surprise? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows
RelatedThe Flash Ep Talks Barry’s Heartbreak and Harry’s Agenda
Batman: Bad Blood, 2016.
Directed by Jay Oliva.
Featuring the voice talents of Jason O’Mara, Sean Maher, Yvonne Strahovski, Stuart Allan, Morena Baccarin, Steve Blum, Gaius Charles, John Dimaggio, James Garrett, Ernie Hudson, Robin Atkin Downes, Vanessa Marshall, Bruce Thomas, Matthew Mercer, Jason Spisak, Travis Willingham and Kari Wahlgren.
After a confrontation with a bunch of super villains, including Firefly, Killer Moth, and Tusk goes sideways, Batman (voiced by Jason O’Mara) is Mia and the bat signal in the sky is going unheeded. Gotham City heats up with more crime than usual since the assumption that the Caped Crusader is dead starts getting around on the streets. Even Alfred has to cover for Bruce Wayne’s absence at Wayne Enterprises shareholder meetings. »
- Amie Cranswick
Ahead of its release next week, Warner Bros. has released a new clip from Batman: Bad Blood, which sees Batwoman and Nightwing (dressed in the Batsuit) battling a group of ninja nuns; check it out here…
See Also: Read our review of Batman: Bad Blood here
See Also: Watch the first five minutes of Batman: Bad Blood
When Batman goes missing, it will take the entire Bat “family” – including new additions Batwoman and Batwing – to keep the peace in Gotham City and unravel the mystery behind the Dark Knight’s disappearance in “Batman: Bad Blood.”
Batman: Bad Blood is set for release on February 2nd, with a voice cast that includes the returning Jason O’Mara (Batman), Stuart Allen (Robin), Sean Maher (Nightwing) and Morena Baccarin (Talia al Ghul) alongside Yvonne Strahovski (Dexter) as Batwoman, Gaius Charles (Grey’s Anatomy) as Batwing and Ernie Hudson (Ghostbusters) as Lucius Fox. »
- Gary Collinson
The actress will play Rebecca Ingram, the smart and confident former head of CTU who is having second thoughts about her decision to vacate her post. Also of note: She is married to a senator (casting for that role is underway).
RelatedA New 24 Minus Yvonne Strahovski? Writers Wanted to ‘Start From Scratch’
Otto is 24: Legacy‘s second major hire, following Monday’s casting of Corey Hawkins as the show’s new leading man.
The quasi-reboot centers »
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