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‘Spawn’ Reboot: Todd McFarlane Writing and Directing a New Take on His Hellish Antihero for Blumhouse

21 July 2017 2:41 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

20 years after Spawn last appeared onscreen, the hellish antihero is receiving the ever-popular reboot treatment. Todd McFarlane, who created the character as part of his Image Comics banner, is partnering with Blumhouse to bring the sad, violent story of Al Simmons back to the big screen. The news was announced at Comic-Con following a series of tweets from McFarlane, who will make his debut as writer/director with the new R-rated movie.

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“Having worked with many visionary directors, I think Todd’s unique artistic talents will only add to his role as director of this film,” said Jason Blum, whom the deductive reasoners among you will have already realized is Blumhouse’s namesake. The production house’s recent releases include “Split” and “Get Out,” both of which made beaucoup bucks.

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- Michael Nordine

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Michael Shannon signs up for David O. Russell's drama series at Amazon

20 July 2017 6:15 PM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

There are a handful of actors who I just can't help but love, and Michael Shannon is certainly one of them. From Groundhog Day to Revolutionary Road to Take Shelter to Man Of Steel, Michael Shannon has proven to be a highlight of just about every project he takes on, and his latest project will see the actor returning to television. Variety reports that Michael Shannon has signed on to... Read More »

- Kevin Fraser

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Tucker Carlson Reacts to ‘Obstruction of Justice’ Claim: ‘It’s Groundhog Day’

18 July 2017 5:57 PM, PDT | Mediaite - TV | See recent Mediaite - TV news »

"It's Groundhog Day on the show," Carlson exclaimed. »

- Justin Baragona

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‘Naked’ Trailer: Marlon Wayans is Caught in a Time Loop in This Netflix Movie

18 July 2017 3:00 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

For happy couples, the idea of reliving your wedding day might be a dream come true. But for Marlon Wayans‘ character in the upcoming Netflix movie Naked, it’s a total nightmare. In the new Groundhog Day-inspired comedy, Wayans wakes up naked in an elevator and encounters comical amounts of resistance as he races to make it to his […]

The post ‘Naked’ Trailer: Marlon Wayans is Caught in a Time Loop in This Netflix Movie appeared first on /Film. »

- Ben Pearson

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How Students at Luc Besson’s Film School Helped Him Direct ‘Valerian’

18 July 2017 11:09 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

From the start, French film culture told Luc Besson where he stood: He’s too American and too commercial to be taken seriously. That messaging began when he was 17-year-old applicant at the National School for Cinema.

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“The interview was 30 seconds long, because after 30 seconds [the interviewer] felt I had nothing to do with the school,'” said Besson. “I was always shocked by that because he just asked me one question and then, ‘Get out.’ The question was, ‘Give me the three directors you love.’ Obviously, I gave the wrong answer because I said Spielberg, Coppola, and Scorsese, and the right answer was probably Godard, Truffaut, and Eisenstein, and I was never able to get in the school.”

Instead, Besson interned on a short film, then made short films of his own. By the time he was 30, he already »

- Chris O'Falt

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Game of Thrones “Dragonstone” Season 7 Premiere Review

16 July 2017 10:59 PM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

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The long wait is finally over and the North remembers and winter is here. In Westeros at least, and on its winds it brings a Dragon Queen and her armada, vengeance, and some scary as heck White Walkers. But before we get into it I have to warn you. If you haven’t seen the Game of Thrones premiere “Dragonstone” yet, go watch it before you read this because there will be spoilers.

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We’ve heard about it for a long time now and even though we knew it, and anticipated it, seeing the snow fall in Westeros still feels a little surreal. So what do the winds of winter mean for Westeros? Is it an ending? Is it a beginning? Or is it complete and utter Armageddon for all the living? If Archmaester Marwyn is »

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Somewhere Between: Paula Patton Fights Fate to Save Her Family in ABC Thriller's First Promo

7 July 2017 12:00 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

ABC’s Somewhere Between, premiering July 24 at 10/9c, is a little like Groundhog Day — you know, if you replace all of the jokes with harrowing, life-or-death stakes.

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The limited series stars Paula Patton (Warcraft) as Laura Price, a San Francisco news producer working with the police to track down a serial killer. She believes all is lost when the killer “strikes close to home,” until a strange event allows her to relive the previous week of her life in order to stop the murder from happening… again.

In doing so, she discovers »

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‘Midnight, Texas’ ‘Salvation’: Current State of 2017 Summer Broadcast Dramas

7 July 2017 9:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The summer TV season is in full swing, with this year’s broadcast drama slate looking to rebuild after last year.

This year will see a larger number of new broadcast dramas premiere with five, compared to just two last year. Most of the summer drama series that aired in 2016 will not return this summer. In fact, of the eight summer dramas that aired in 2016, only two returned for new seasons in 2017. Five were canceled, with “Wayward Pines” on Fox remaining in limbo.

Compared to last year, the number of new and returning broadcast summer dramas also dipped slightly to seven from last year’s eight. This is due in part to the fact that Fox has not officially canceled “Wayward Pines,” but did not air a third season of the series this year. Instead, Fox opted to focus solely on unscripted programming this summer with shows such as “Love Connection,” “Beat »

- Joe Otterson

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DVD, Digital HD Release: Life of Significant Soil

6 July 2017 4:08 AM, PDT | Disc Dish | See recent Disc Dish news »

A troubled relationship enters a Groundhog Day-ish situation in this indie sci-fi love story, now available! »

- Laurence

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The 17 Best Indie Movies of 2017 (So Far)

4 July 2017 6:45 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Yes, we know: It’s a little premature to assemble a list of the best movies of the year when there’s so much left of it. We have yet to see a lot of exciting new work from major auteurs like Christopher Nolan (“Dunkirk”), Alexander Payne (“Downsizing”), and Guillermo del Toro (“The Shape of Water”), not to mention heavy-hitting studio-produced spectacles like “Blade Runner 2049” and “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” But those last two wouldn’t even qualify for this list of the best independent films of the year, anyway, and they’ll have plenty of time to hog the spotlight.

Fortunately, we’ve found plenty of movies from around the world to celebrate, and while they haven’t all been box office sensations, they provide overwhelming evidence that the art form is thriving well into the second decade of the new millennium, and shows no signs of slowing down. »

- Eric Kohn, David Ehrlich, Anne Thompson, Kate Erbland and Michael Nordine

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‘Preacher’ Review: The Year’s Best Fight Scene is the Highlight of a Neon-Infused Noir Episode

3 July 2017 7:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Well, at least no one died this week. In the present, anyway.

After the Saint of Killers-inspired bloodbaths of the opening of Season 2, “Preacher” set its gaze on New Orleans, the ultimate destination teased at the outset. The camaraderie that made those first few installments so freeing and energizing fell by the wayside in “Damsels,” but what took its place was a mystery that dug deeper into the philosophical and delivered another prime action set-piece as a chaser.

Before we resumed with Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy in the Big Easy, it was high time the show finally addressed the Hellephant in the room and gave us some Eugene-related answers. Seeing the unfortunate teenager lively and spry and free of any physical or emotional scars was even more jarring than the Jesse and Tulip flashback at the close of Season 1.

Preacher” is no stranger to irony, but the triumphant »

- Steve Greene

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‘Preacher’ Review: The Year’s Best Fight Scene is the Highlight of a Neon-Infused Noir Episode

3 July 2017 7:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Well, at least no one died this week. In the present, anyway.

After the Saint of Killers-inspired bloodbaths of the opening of Season 2, “Preacher” set its gaze on New Orleans, the ultimate destination teased at the outset. The camaraderie that made those first few installments so freeing and energizing fell by the wayside in “Damsels,” but what took its place was a mystery that dug deeper into the philosophical and delivered another prime action set-piece as a chaser.

Before we resumed with Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy in the Big Easy, it was high time the show finally addressed the Hellephant in the room and gave us some Eugene-related answers. Seeing the unfortunate teenager lively and spry and free of any physical or emotional scars was even more jarring than the Jesse and Tulip flashback at the close of Season 1.

Preacher” is no stranger to irony, but the triumphant »

- Steve Greene

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C.O. 'Doc' Erickson dead at 93

30 June 2017 12:37 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

The producer and production manager associated with Chinatown and Groundhog Day, died on Wednesday from heart complications.

Born on December 17,1923, C.O. ‘Doc’ Erickson was living in Las Vegas when he died from heart complications, according to The Gersh Agency.

Erickson began his career at Paramount Pictures, serving as production manager on five Alfred Hitchcock films during the mid-to-late 1950s, including Rear Window, To Catch A Thief, The Trouble With Harry, The Man Who Knew Too Much and Vertigo.

The producer left Paramount in the early 1960s to become John Huston’s associate producer on The Misfits, Freud, and 1967s Reflections In A Golden Eye.

He went on to serve as production manager on Joseph L Mankiewicz’s There Was A Crooked Man and also spent three years supervising film production for Brut Productions.

He would later become associated with Robert Evans on Chinatown, Players, Urban Cowboy, and Popeye.

Other producer-production credits include 55 Days At Peking, [link »

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C.O. ‘Doc’ Erickson, Alfred Hitchcock Associate, Dies at 93

30 June 2017 11:29 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Longtime motion picture producer and executive C.O. “Doc” Erickson, who worked on Alfred Hitchcock’s movies along with “Chinatown,” “Blade Runner,” and “Groundhog Day,” died Wednesday in Las Vegas due to heart complications. He was 93.

He began his career at Paramount Pictures, serving as production manager on five Hitchcock films: “Rear Window” (1954), “To Catch a Thief” (1955), “The Trouble with Harry” (1955), “The Man Who Knew Too Much” (1956), and “Vertigo” (1958).

He left Paramount to become John Huston’s associate producer on “The Misfits” (1961), “Freud” (1962), and “Reflections in a Golden Eye” (1967). He was production manager on Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s “There Was a Crooked Man…” (1970).

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Erickson spent three years supervising film production for Brut Productions and later became associated with Robert Evans on “Chinatown” (1974), “Players” (1979), “Urban Cowboy” (1980), and “Popeye” (1980). Other producer/production credits include “55 Days at Peking” (1963), “Magic” (1978), “Blade Runner” (1982), “Nicholas and Alexandra” (1971), “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” (1982), “The Lonely Guy” (1984), “Stuart Saves His Family” (1995), and »

- Dave McNary

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C.O. “Doc” Erickson Dies: Hitchcock & Huston Veteran Who Later Worked On ‘Chinatown’ & ‘Groundhog Day’ Was 93

30 June 2017 11:02 AM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

C.O. “Doc” Erickson, a production manager on several Alfred Hitchcock and John Huston films who went on to produce such films as Chinatown, Blade Runner, Fast Times at Ridgemont High and Groundhog Day, died Wednesday in Las Vegas of heart complications. He was 93. Born December 17, 1923 in Kankakee, Il, Erickson began his career at Paramount Pictures, serving as production manager on Hitchcock’s 1950s films Rear WindowTo Catch a ThiefThe Trouble with Harry, The Man Who… »

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‘Chinatown,’ ‘Groundhog Day’ Producer C.O. ‘Doc’ Erickson Dies at 93

30 June 2017 10:34 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

C.O. “Doc” Erickson, veteran executive producer and production manager for films like “Chinatown” and “Groundhog Day,” died Wednesday at age 93 due to heart complications, according to his reps. Erickson had over forty years experience in the film industry, serving as production manager for films like “Blade Runner,” “Urban Cowboy,” and five Alfred Hitchcock films including “Vertigo” and “Rear Window.” It was through Hitchcock that Erickson got his start in Hollywood, working at Paramount in the 1950s before leaving to serve as associate producer on John Huston’s “The Misfits” in 1961. In the 1970s, Erickson worked under Robert Evans’ production team at. »

- Jeremy Fuster

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C.O. 'Doc' Erickson, Longtime Hitchcock Production Manager, Dies at 93

30 June 2017 10:30 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

C.O. 'Doc' Erickson, whose long Hollywood career included working as a unit production manager or executive producer on movie classics like Chinatown, Blade Runner and Groundhog Day, has died. He was 93.

During a near-50 year career in Hollywood where he had a front row view of film history, Erickson was a production manager for Alfred Hitchcock, Sidney Lumet, John Huston, Anthony Mann, Roman Polanski and Ridley Scott, among other directors. 

Erickson died on Wednesday in Las Vegas owing to heart complications, according to the Gersh Agency. Born in Dec. 1923 in Kankakee, Illinois, he began his career at Paramount »

- Etan Vlessing

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Broadway in Bryant Park Returns + More NYC Events 6/30–7/06

30 June 2017 8:30 AM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

New York is the city that never sleeps, and with so many events and activities each week across all five boroughs, it can be hard to know what’s actually worthwhile. Here are the events New York City actors should have on their radars this week. Get a free taste of the Great White Way.Broadway in Bryant Park returns for its annual summer festivities on July 6, and will once again offer outdoor performances from tons of Broadway and Off-Broadway’s new and long-running hits. Ongoing each Thursday through Aug. 10, this first installment will feature megahits “Wicked” and “The Phantom of the Opera,” as well as this year’s Tony-nominated best musical, “Groundhog Day.” The show starts at 12:30, but early arrival is encouraged as the lawn fills up quickly! (Free) The Asian Film Festival is back, and anything but average.The New York Asian Film Festival is back this »

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Dark Matter recap: Temporal loops and a phased bounty hunter in Episode 4

23 June 2017 6:55 PM, PDT | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

The fourth episode of Dark Matter Season 3, titled All the Time in the World, saw the series go into Groundhog Day territory via the good old temporal time-loop. Three reveals he is experiencing a time-loop Things start like any other day, except for Three its actually the same day — which he has experienced 12 times over. When he tries to explain his experience of a time-loop to the Android and Two, they don’t believe him. Even when he tries to explain to new crew members Solara and Adrian Maro, he winds up being punched out by Solara, which does...read more »

- Ian Cullen

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Edge of Tomorrow 2 Will Make The First Movie 'Make Complete Sense,' Writer Says

19 June 2017 8:55 AM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Edge of Tomorrow, which starred Emily Blunt and Tom Cruise, didn't exactly take off when it hit theaters way back in 2014. It barely broke $100 million at the domestic box office on a reported budget of around $175 million. But the film seems to have gained enough of a following after its home release to warrant a sequel. This is good news for those who liked the movie - and there were lots of those people, as Edge of Tomorrow holds a blistering 91% on Rotten Tomatoes and a solid B+ on CinemaScore. 

Well, it seems that the movie, which was sort of an action sci-fi twist on the familiar Groundhog Day premise, still has some 'splainin to do. For those who didn't quite understand the vague ending of the movie, writer Chris McQuarrie offers some assistance. Over the weekend, McQuarrie responded to a tweet with:

The end of Edge I will finally make complete sense. »

- Brian Jasper

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