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The next two personalities jumping from social media to the big screen are Logan Paul and Peyton List. Paul, known for his videos on Vine, and List, a Disney Channel actress who has 1.5 million Twitter followers, will star in The Thinning, a dystopian thriller that has been acquired by the digital wing of film studio Legendary.
For The Thinning, Legendary is working with the team from TotallySketch, which won the studio’s House of Horrors contest thanks to its short film “Unfinished Business.” TotallySketch founder Michael Gallagher will direct The Thinning, he will write it alongside Steve Greene, and Jana Winternitz will be one of the film’s producing partners.
This time, instead on focusing on a horror story, Gallagher and his team are heading to a “dying world,” where a post-high school aptitude test serves as a means of population control. Paul and List will portray two student who »
- Sam Gutelle
Fans of the Insidious films have likely never listened to "Tiptoe Through the Tulips" quite the same way since following Josh Lambert into the fire-face demon's lair and hearing the classic song bouncing off the walls. Last October, we shared audio of indie rock band Cherry Glazerr's cover of the famous song, and now Cinemand and Focus Features have teamed up to make a music video of the band's chilling cover. The video tells a story all its own, and it debuted today on Totally Sketch.
The "Tiptoe Through the Tulips" music video was directed by Michael Gallagher and comes from Cinemand, which was founded by Gallagher (”Smiley”), Jana Winternitz (”urFRENZ”), and Michael Wormser (”Smiley”).
"In a rare blending of classic tune, hot new movie, and next-gen talent, Cinemand tapped top stars from YouTube and Vine (Meg Deangelis, Eric Ochoa, Brittany Furlan, and Christian DelGrosso) to act in the video. »
- Derek Anderson
The “Insidious” horror franchise continues with “Insidious: Chapter 3,” starring Dermot Mulroney, Stefanie Scott, Angus Sampson, Leigh Whannell, Hayley Kiyoko and Lin Shaye. The film comes to theaters June 5, but until then, there’s a music video that gives you a taste of “Insidious”-esque scares. Music video “Tiptoe Through the Tulips” was made in partnership between Focus Features and digital millenial-focused studio Cinemand, founded by “Smiley” director Michael Gallagher, “Smiley” producer Michael Wormser and “@urFRENZ” producer Jana Winternitz. The team used the classic song, the direction of Gallagher as well as inspiration from the new film to utilize the acting talents from YouTube and Vine stars Meg Deangelis, Eric Ochoa, [ Read More ]
The post Moving Becomes Deadly in Music Video Inspired By Insidious: Chapter 3 appeared first on Shockya.com. »
As if the trailer wasn’t scary enough, now comes this Insidious 3 “Tiptoe Through the Tulips” music video by Totally Sketch, featuring Meg DeAngelis, SUPEReeeGO, Brittany Furlan, and Christian Delgrosso.
The music video was made in partnership between Cinemand – the one-stop-shop digital studio creating premium content for millennials – and Focus Features.
In a rare blending of classic tune, hot new movie, and next-gen talent, Cinemand tapped top stars from YouTube and Vine (Meg Deangelis, Eric Ochoa, Brittany Furlan, and Christian DelGrosso) to act in the video. Collectively, this ensemble has over 20 million followers across various social platforms.
Directed by Mr. Gallagher, the video premiered exclusively on his YouTube Channel, Totally Sketch.
The newest chapter in the terrifying horror series is written and directed by franchise co-creator Leigh Whannell.
This chilling prequel, set before the haunting of the Lambert family, »
- Michelle McCue
4 items from 2015
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