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Tim Miller will no longer direct ‘Deadpool 2’
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Filmmaker Tim Miller has departed the Deadpool sequel over creative differences. Deadline are reporting that Miller has jumped off of the Fox project following creative differences. The trade blog says that the director hadn’t officially signed a deal but was expected to helm the sequel which is due in cinemas in 2018.
Deadpool is one of this year’s biggest hits grossing over $700 million globally. Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, who put together this year’s movie will return to pen the script for Deadpool 2 which Miller was also helping to develop. Ryan Reynolds will return to lead the film for the studio.
Miller is said to be jumping on another Fox project, the adaptation of the David Suarez novel “Influx”, which could form a trilogy at the studio, according to the same source.
- Paul Heath
From Horror to Hollywood: The Most Famous Victims of the Horror Genre
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Horror films are often looked down on as being inferior to other films. Thanks to a couple of decades of some silly genre movies, unfortunately the whole of horror has been tarred with the same brush. This simply isn’t the case though as there are plenty of brilliant horror films.
The biggest criticism of horror films tends to be the terrible ‘acting’ by the cast. Yet some of Hollywood’s biggest and brightest stars started out in horror. Here are some of our favourite famous faces in the horror roles that they’d rather you forgot. This list contains fifteen Academy award winners and nominees, proving that everybody has to start somewhere…
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Franchise
With the exception of the original and the first remake The Texas Chainsaw Massacre movies are all rather weak. But hiding amongst the frames are three famous faces. The familiar faces began »
- Kat Hughes
‘Train to Busan’ review: “Perfectly crafted action horror…”
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Train to Busan review: Tired of zombies? Then you might miss your train to one of the best the genre has ever offered.
Train To Busan review, Luke Ryan Baldock.
Train to Busan review
We should be bored of Zombie movies, but we’re not. There’s something so simple and relatable when it comes to the shuffling (or these days running) corpses that speaks to our own idea of self preservation. We all have opinions on how we would react, what we would do, and how our moral compass would guide us. There are also those zombie films that just shove zombies into a new location, which allows us to arrive at this zombies on a train flick, Train to Busan. High concept it may be, but Train to Busan is more than just a simple idea, it is an incredibly well crafted action horror, where every scene has been constructed to maximum effect. »
- Luke Ryan Baldock