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Lionsgate Films has newly acquired UK and Irish distribution rights to the film from Hanway.
The Limehouse Golem is set in 1880, in the dangerous Limehouse district of London where a series of grisly murders have shaken the community. The press claim they’re the work of The Golem - a legendary creature from dark times - and the »
- email@example.com (Michael Rosser)
Cooke’s breakthrough performance was as Rachel in the Sundance Film Festival hit “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,” which won the Grand Jury and audience prizes.
- Leo Barraclough
The good, the bad and the Jenner sisters! From family-filled Easter outings to glamorous red carpet premieres, Hollywood's hottest starlets stepped out this week in their favorite couture creations. While Lily James looked like a real-life Cinderella and Gigi Hadid perfected the culotte trend, other fashion offenders -- including Kendall and Kylie, a white-haired Christina Aguilera and an over-exposed Paris Hilton -- earned failing fashion grades for their faux pas. Check out the clip above to see who toofab's Candice Brock, Anna Kachikyan and celebrity stylist Derek Warburton picked for the best and worst dressed stars, and take a closer look at the week's buzziest fashion below! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
This week a few of our favorite fashionistas were on fire, and it's no wonder why: With airy statement gowns, structured midis and pastels galore, the dress-to-impress game on the red carpet proved particularly on point. First on our radar is Lucy Hale, who was a vision in sheer lace at a spring beauty launch for mark. cosmetics in West Hollywood on April 8. The star sported a picture-perfect white dress from Self-Portrait, which featured a waist-cinching black belt (all the better to go with her cap-toed Gianvito Rossi pumps). Lily James, meanwhile, dazzled at the Tokyo premiere of Cinderella on April 8 in a floor-sweeping, tiered Elie Saab Couture confection. Seriously, aside from her Los Angeles premiere look, »
Cinderella is certainly a childhood favourite and Kenneth Branagh’s re-telling of the classic tale is in UK cinemas now. The endearing story of young Ella, who loses her father unexpectedly, finds herself at the mercy of her stepmother and her daughters.
As you’d expect it’s filled with glass slippers, pumpkin carriages and ugly sisters but the origins of this famous fairytale has a darker side. We’ve become accustomed to the magical stories that all end happily, but the origins of many of our favourite tales are the stuff of nightmares and not the child friendly tales we are familiar with now.
To honour the release of Cinderella we look at the origins of some of our favourite classic tales, »
- Ciham Messouki
Actress Lily James turns 26 this weekend, so now is the perfect time to learn more about the Cinderella star who's capturing everyone's attention. Over the past couple months, Lily was busy making the press rounds for her buzzed-about movie, and at the La premiere, she told us what it was like to transform into Cinderella, gushing over the gorgeous dress she wore for the film. Meanwhile, she certainly doesn't need any style advice herself, as she's already become fashion's newest It girl. Ahead of her birthday, get to know more about Lily James, who's sure to be one of the year's biggest breakout stars. »
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies has had a release date set of February 19, 2016.
As the Bennet sisters deal with society's pressure to marry, they must also contend with hordes of zombies rampaging across the English countryside.
Burr Steers directs from a screenplay he co-wrote with David O Russell, while the film is produced by Brian Oliver, Allison Shearmur, Sean McKittrick, Natalie Portman, Annette Savitch, Tyler Thompson and Marc Butan. »
Screen Gems has issued new 2016 release dates for Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and When the Bough Breaks. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies will hit theaters on February 19, 2016, going up against the EuropaCorp thriller Shut In. When the Bough Breaks will hit theaters on September 16, 2016, which is currently the only movie set for release on that date, but it comes just one week before Warner Bros.' The Lego Movie spinoff Ninjago on September 23, 2016.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is based on Seth Grahame-Smith's novel of the same name. The story takes the characters from Jane Austen's literary classic Pride and Prejudice and puts them up against a zombie infestation in 19th Century England. Burr Steers directed the adaptation, which stars Lily James, Sam Riley, Bella Heathcote, Jack Huston, Douglas Booth, Emma Greenwell, Matt Smith, Lena Headey and Charles Dance.
When the Bough Breaks centers on a surrogate »
Like the living dead that roam the 19th-century English countryside of its story, the movie adaptation of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies has refused to die, shambling on through multiple director and lead actor changes over the past several years to finally begin filming last September. Now we know when to expect to see the living dead of Meryton, as an official release date for Pride and Prejudice and Zombies has now been set for early next year.
In the film, “the heroine, Liz Bennett (James), is pressured by her family to marry into a wealthy upper-class home but chafes at the stiff social mores of Victorian England. Instead, she feels that she should help defend the countryside against the onslaught of a horrifying zombie plague.”
- Derek Anderson
At long last, a big-screen adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith’s gleefully silly Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, a supernatural send-up of the Jane Austen classic, is happening. Today, Screen Gems announced that the Burr Steers-directed horror-comedy will hit screens on February 19th, 2016.
The pic will follow Victorian lady Elizabeth Bennet (Lily James, of Cinderella fame) and her sisters Lydia (Ellie Bamber), Mary (Millie Brady), Jane (Bella Heathcote) and Kitty (Suki Waterhouse), whose attempts to combat the everyday pressures of life in their class-conscious society are complicated by the presence of cranium-craving zombies.
As it stands, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is only contending with thriller Shut In in its weekend, though it’s opening one week after heavy hitters Deadpool and Zoolander 2 (plus whatever Nicholas Sparks trifle 20th Century »
- Isaac Feldberg
After years of languishing in development hell, I’m still surprised that Pride and Prejudice and Zombies actually got made, let alone that it’s coming to theaters. Screen Gems has announced Burr Steers’ horror-comedy, based on the parody novel by Seth Grahame-Smith, will finally open on February 19, 2016. The story follows Elizabeth Bennet (Lily James) and her sisters Lydia (Ellie Bamber), Mary (Millie Brady), Jane (Bella Heathcote), and Kitty (Suki Waterhouse) as they try to navigate societal pressures of the landed gentry and fend off hoards of zombies. I’m surprised the studio didn’t move the film up a week and get in that Valentine’s Day crowd. Of course, that would put it against the heavy competition of Deadpool and Zoolander 2. Currently, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is only sharing its weekend with the thriller Shut In. The film also stars Lena Headey, Charles Dance, Matt Smith, »
- Matt Goldberg
Briefly: Last fall brought us our first look at the long-gestating adaptation of Pride & Prejudice & Zombies, based on Seth Grahame-Smith's period romance novel remix of the same name. In the story, a zombie apocalypse has been ongoing for 70 years, and the Bennet sisters, Lydia (Ellie Bamber), Jane (Bella Heathcote), Elizabeth (Lily James), Mary (Millie Brady), and Kitty (Suki Waterhouse) are finally sick of it and ready to take on the undead. Now the film from Burr Steers (17 Again) has been given a release date of February 19th, 2016 from Screen Gems. It's not the best release date, but not entirely unexpected. Sam Riley and Jack Huston also star in the film, and we'll see if people show up next year. »
- Ethan Anderton
They’re not as famous as the Beatles, but the stars of the hit TV series “Downton Abbey” have launched their own British invasion. And it is likely to intensify with last week’s news that next season will be the show’s last. Two “Downton Abbey” alums have already landed high-profile roles in Disney films — Lily James in the recent hit “Cinderella” and Dan Stevens in the upcoming “Beauty and the Beast.” Several others appear close to hitting it big stateside as well. But the path to Hollywood’s glitz and riches hasn’t happened overnight for any of them. »
- Todd Cunningham
A couple of key release date announcements and changes have been revealed today.
First up, the "Vacation" reboot has been pushed up by several months from October 9th to July 31st. This rekindling of the "National Lampoon's Vacation" franchise stars Ed Helms, Christina Applegate, Leslie Mann, Chris Hemsworth, Chevy Chase and Beverly D'Angelo.
Finally, Sony Pictures has locked down a January 13th 2017 release date for Antoine Fuqua's remake of the classic western "The Magnificent Seven". Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Haley Bennett, Ethan Hawke and Vincent D'Onofrio have signed on to star in the film with shooting expected to begin next month. »
- Garth Franklin
Cinderella has debuted at the top of the UK box office.
Home with Jim Parsons and Rihanna drops to number two, claiming £2.6m.
Divergent sequel Insurgent rounds off the top five, taking £1.3m.
Lower down, Seventh Son and Wild Tales enter the chart at seven and nine respectively.
The UK box office top ten in full:
1. (-) Cinderella - £3,803,799
2. (1) Home - £2,601,755
3. (-) The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water - £2,262,498
4. (-) Get Hard - £1,438,389
5. (2) The Divergent Series: Insurgent - £1,307,487
6. (3) The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel - £432,477
7. (-) Seventh Son - £411,576
8. (4) Focus - £293,243
9. (-) Wild Tales - £183,423
10. (8) Still Alice - £169,144
Source: Rentrak »
Pride And Prejudice And Zombies feels like one of those projects we've been writing about for some time at Den Of Geek, but the road to its movie adaptation is finally nearing its end. Based on Seth Grahame-Smith's zombie-infused reworking of the Jane Austen classic, Pride And Prejudice And Zombies is being brought to the screen by director Burr Steers (Igby Goes Down).
The cast of the movie is led by Matt Smith, Lily James, Ellie Bamber, Sam Riley and Jack Huston. And we've finally got a release date for it. Screen Gems has confirmed that we can expect the film of Pride And Prejudice And Zombies on February 19th 2016. That's the Us release at least, although we can't imagine the UK date will be far behind. »
Burr Steers (“Charlie St. Cloud”) is directing from a screenplay he wrote with David O. Russell. Producers are Cross Creek topper Brian Oliver, Allison Shearmur, Sean McKittrick, Natalie Portman, Annette Savitch, Tyler Thompson and Marc Butan.
EuropaCorp’s thriller “Shut-In,” starring Naomi Watts, has also been dated for Feb. 19.
Warner Bros. also announced Monday it’s moving its “Vacation” reboot forward two months to July 31 from Oct. 9.
- Dave McNary
After the runaway success of its (fantastic) Cinderella adaptation, Disney is hard at work developing more live-action takes on its classic animated films. And with Beauty and the Beast already in the works with Emma Watson starring, the studio is currently mulling Mulan as its next live-action retelling.
Disney has picked up a script by writing duo Elizabeth Martin and Lauren Hynek that centers on the Chinese legend of Hua Mulan, a female warrior and the focus of Disney’s 1998 animated hit. The pair don’t have any feature credits yet, but they wrote for the Know Theatre of Cincinnati and rewrote an Amazon Studios script.
Chris Bender and J.C. Spink (We’re the Millers) are taking producing roles in the project, which is on the fast track as Disney works to capitalize on Cinderella‘s success. Since opening three weeks ago, the Lily James-starring pic has earned $336.2 million worldwide. »
- Isaac Feldberg
Sierra/Affinity holds international sales rights to the story, based on Seth Grahame-Smith’s 2009 publishing sensation.
Burr Steers directs from a script he jointly authored with David O Russell as the Bennet sisters take on the undead.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
It's no "Bambi," but Disney may already have already set its next animated flick due for a live-action reboot.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the studio wants to develop a live-action version of "Mulan," its 1998 film centered around the titular ancient Chinese girl, who disguises herself as a man to take her ailing father's place in battle. Disney has already reportedly purchased a script by Elizabeth Martin and Lauren Hynek that features the same Chinese legend of Hua Mulan, which inspired the original animated flick, THR writes.
While "Mulan"'s box office receipts were modest by Disney standards -- it pulled in around $304 million internationally -- the studio's recent success with live-action adaptations of its previous flicks has proven irresistibly lucrative. "Cinderella," starring Lily James, has raked in $336.2 million worldwide since its bow three weeks ago, and last year's "Maleficent," featuring newly-minted Kids' Choice Award-winner Angelina Jolie, hauled in a whopping $758.4 million. »
- Katie Roberts
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