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19 items from 2014


Exclusive: Director Hank Braxtan Talks the Creature Feature 'Unnatural', First Photos!

17 April 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

With narrative shades reminiscent of 1979’s Prophecy, an ‘old-school’ practical effects approach, a grueling location shoot in Alaskan winter climes and a cast that includes ‘Twin Peaks’’ 1990’s bombshell Sherilyn Fenn, our interest was piqued from the onset. Now at long last, we’re finally able to bring you word on director Hank Braxtan’s wrapped feature Unnatural.

Helmed by Braxtan (who’s upcoming psychological horror feature Chemical Peel is due out via Lionsgate this coming October), Unnatural was produced by Ron Carlson with cinematography by Marc Carter and editing by filmmaker Mike Mendez (Big-Ass Spider), and was shot this past January and February on location in Fairbanks, Alaska. In addition to Fenn, the cast includes James Remar (‘Dexter’), Ray Wise (Jeepers Creepers 2, ‘Twin Peaks’), Graham Greene (The Green Mile), Q’orianka Kilcher (‘Sons of Anarchy’) and Ivana Korab.

‘With many species on the verge of extinction,’ reads the official synopsis of Unnatural, »

- Sean Decker

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Artwork from the Stephen King Art Show

21 March 2014 12:00 PM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

Hero Complex Gallery

Stephen King is my favorite author of all time. The stories he tells are just incredibly fun and entertaining. The Hero Complex Gallery is putting on a tribute show for the author called King For a Day. We've got a few pieces of art from the show that you can check out here. They are inspired by The Shawshank Redemption, Stand By Me, The Shining, The Green Mile, Misery, and more.

The show is set to open on Friday, March 21st in Los Angeles and will remain on display through April 6th.

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- Joey Paur

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'Shawshank,' 'The Shining' & More Honored in Stephen King Art Show

21 March 2014 9:18 AM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

We've featured plenty of cool artwork from the people at Mondo lately, from their Disney gallery to a special show from artists Martin Ansin and Kevin Tong. Now it's Hero Complex who has put together an awesome artwork collection in Los Angeles called King for a Day. And if you can't discern what the show might be honoring from the teaser image above, it features nothing but artwork paying tribute to the work of Stephen King. And since the author has seen many of his books turned into feature films like The Shawshank Redemption and The Shining, there's plenty of great stuff that cinephiles will love. Look! It, Carrie, The Shining and Misery by Eugene Kaik: The Works of Stephen King by Florey: The Mist by Dan Mumford: The Shawshank Redemption by Tom Miatke: Stand by Me by Sam Gilbey: The Shawshank Redemption by Paul Shipper: Misery by »

- Ethan Anderton

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Hero Complex Gallery Opens “King for a Day” Exhibit as Stephen King Tribute; Preview 14 Works from the Art Collection

20 March 2014 9:21 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

The Hero Complex Gallery is hosting "King for a Day," an art exhibit devoted to the collected works of Stephen King: his novels, short stories, scripts, television shows, and films.  There are tributes to The Shawshank Redemption, The Stand, It, Christine, Stand By Me, The Green Mile, The Mist, Misery, The Shining, Carrie, and more. The exhibit opens Friday, March 21 in Los Angeles.  Hit the jump for more on the event plus a sampling from the art collection. Here's the press release with the details: Hcg invites you to join us for an art tribute to Stephen King’s full body of collected works, including his novels, short stories, scripts, television shows and films. A portion of the proceeds of this show will benefit Mr. King’s charity of choice, The Haven Foundation, a non-profit service that serves to benefit freelance creators of all types who have found themselves »

- Brendan Bettinger

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Book Review: 'Stephen King Films Faq' by Scott Von Doviak

13 March 2014 10:15 AM, PDT | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

Writing about Stephen King movies is always an interesting – if daunting – prospect. If one wanted to be a stickler about things, there are really only a few actual “Stephen King films”: from Creepshow to A Good Marriage, they’re listed under "Screenplays" on the “also by Stephen King” page at the front of most of the man’s books. But that’s limiting. Since Brian DePalma adapted Stephen King’s first novel, Carrie, for the big screen in 1976, the Stephen King Movie has been a genre unto itself, encompassing myriad directors, writers, mediums, and styles, all tied together by the fact that Stephen King wrote something that served as inspiration. Where the publishing history of Stephen King is fairly straightforward (with a few hiccups), the movie history is chaotic, because making movies is more complicated than making books. Deals are made, then broken. Screenplays are written and discarded. Budgets are cut, »

- Kevin Quigley

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Exhale: Lessons from the 2013-2014 Oscars season

9 March 2014 11:09 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

A week ago the 86th Academy Awards wrapped up what was one of the closest Best Picture races in history. An awards season full of unexpected distractions, pretenders and results came to an end. Many in Hollywood could finally take a deep breath and exhale. No matter how long you've covered the game there is always something to learn over the course of a season. Here are a few lessons that have been percolating in the back of my mind, something to take into account as we (eventually) segue into the next Oscars campaign. And yes, it's really not that far away. Never doubt the Academy's resolve to do the right thing This past weekend I randomly caught up with two Oscar voters who volunteered that they voted for "Gravity" (although they did expect a "12 Years a Slave" outcome). It was a reminder that the vote was likely still as close as we thought, »

- Gregory Ellwood

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Review of the New Limited Edition of Stephen King's 'Christine'

28 February 2014 10:00 AM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

“Sometimes being alive feels like a long game of chicken on a badly-lit road.” -- Michael Marshall Smith, from the introduction to Ps Publishing's Christine   Love for Stephen King’s 1983 haunted car story has always seemed a little light on the ground. It’s not that anyone ever hated Christine; it’s just that the passion with which readers discussed classic novels like The Stand or The Shining or recent books like Bag of Bones or 11/22/63 seemed to pass Christine by. During King’s most popular decade, the novel failed to hit #1 on the New York Times bestseller list (though #2 isn’t exactly a struggle for chart success.) Literary critic and King expert Dr. Michael R. Collings once referred to Christine as a “minor” novel, especially in comparison to the major statement of Pet Sematary, also released that year.      Yet in the thirty-plus years since the book was published, Christine has become a cultural touchstone. »

- Kevin Quigley

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Casting Net: Jason Statham joins Melissa McCarthy comedy; Plus, Josh Gad, Kevin James, more

26 February 2014 5:41 PM, PST | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

Jason Statham is set to team up with Melissa McCarthy in the secret agent comedy Susan Cooper. The action star, best known for roles in high-octane projects like The Transporter and Crank, had been circling the project for some time, but was reportedly weighing other options before committing. Paul Feig, who worked with McCarthy on Bridesmaids and The Heat, is set to direct the pic for 20th Century Fox. Statham will appear next in The Expendables 3 (out Aug. 15). He’s also reprising his role as Ian Shaw in Fast & Furious 7. [Variety]

Kevin James (Paul Blart: Mall Cop) and Josh Gad (Frozen, »

- Lindsey Bahr

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Will the Academy Be Able to Suspend Disbelief for ‘Her’?

26 February 2014 6:37 AM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

By Terence Johnson

Managing Editor

The ability to get viewers to suspened disbelief is an important part of the cinema going experience. It’s the reason we can enjoy movies set in a galaxy far, far away or watch a man age backwards with no qualms. The Academy has often looked to these films as nominees and with Her in the race, and gunning for a screenplay prize, it might behoove us to look at films that required the audience to engage in a different way.

There’s always been widespread like for movies that embrace fantastical elements and many of those movies have found themselves in conetnion for Oscar. More specifically, since 1985 when the twin bill of Back to the Future and Brazil was nominated for Best Original Screenplay, there have been several strong contenders for the two major categories Her finds itself nominated in, Best Picture and Original Screenplay. »

- Terence Johnson

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New Godzilla Trailer Emerges

25 February 2014 11:30 AM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Watch the brand new trailer for Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla.

An epic rebirth to Toho’s iconic Godzilla, this spectacular adventure, from Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures, pits the world’s most famous monster against malevolent creatures who, bolstered by humanity’s scientific arrogance, threaten our very existence.

Godzilla stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson , Oscar nominee Ken Watanabe, Elizabeth Olsen, Oscar winner Juliette Binoche, and Sally Hawkins, with Oscar nominee David Strathairn and Bryan Cranston.

Edwards directs from a screenplay by Max Borenstein and Oscar nominee Frank Darabont (“The Green Mile,” “The Shawshank Redemption”), story by David Callaham and Max Borenstein, based on the character “Godzilla” owned and created by Toho Co., Ltd.  Thomas Tull and Jon Jashni are producing with Mary Parent and Brian RogersPatricia Whitcher and Alex Garcia are serving as executive producers, alongside Yoshimitsu Banno and Kenji Okuhira.

The behind-the-scenes creative team includes Oscar-nominated director of photography Seamus McGarvey (“Anna Karenina, »

- Michelle McCue

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Official New Poster for Godzilla Tramps In

20 February 2014 2:54 PM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Here’s your first look at the brand new official poster for Gareth EdwardsGodzilla.

An epic rebirth to Toho’s iconic Godzilla, this spectacular adventure, from Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures, pits the world’s most famous monster against malevolent creatures who, bolstered by humanity’s scientific arrogance, threaten our very existence.

At this year’s SXSW (March 7 – 15), there will be a special screening of the original 1954 Japanese film followed by Q&A with Edwards. For more information visit http://sxsw.com/film.

Godzilla stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson , Oscar nominee Ken Watanabe, Elizabeth Olsen, Oscar winner Juliette Binoche, and Sally Hawkins, with Oscar nominee David Strathairn and Bryan Cranston.

Edwards directs from a screenplay by Max Borenstein and Oscar nominee Frank Darabont (“The Green Mile,” “The Shawshank Redemption”), story by David Callaham and Max Borenstein, based on the character “Godzilla” owned and created by Toho Co., Ltd.  Thomas Tull »

- Michelle McCue

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Frank Darabont’s ‘Mob City’ Won’t Get a Second Season

11 February 2014 9:03 AM, PST | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

Following an acrimonious exit from The Walking Dead (litigation has ensued) revered filmmaker Frank Darabont (The Green Mile, The Mist, Shawshank Redemption) took his bat and ball and went to TNT to develop Mob City (formerly La Noir), a look back into the corruption and glamour of the Los Angeles police department in the 1940s.

Based off of John Buntin’s non-fiction book, L.A. Noir: The Struggle for the Soul of America’s Most Seductive City, Mob City had the benefit of telling a story that featured infamous crime figures like Bugsy Siegel and Mickey Cohen as well as ...

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- Jason Tabrys

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Tom Hanks, Robin Wright, more: Forrest Gump stars then & now

10 February 2014 10:30 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Tom Hanks recently enjoyed a reunion with two of his Forrest Gump co-stars, Gary Sinise and Mykelti Williamson.

The actor posted a picture of himself with Sinise and Williamson, who played Lieutenant Dan and Bubba respectively in the 1994 movie, on his Twitter.

"Hadn't seen these old friends for too long," he tweeted along with the photo.

As the classic heartfelt movie approaches its 20th anniversary, we take a look back at what the main stars of the drama have gone on to accomplish since.

Tom Hanks

Hanks gave a heartbreaking and poignant Academy Award-winning performance as the endearing Forrest Gump in Robert Zemeckis's drama.

The 57-year-old actor reunited with the film's director for the critically acclaimed Cast Away in 2000 and again for 2004's animated The Polar Express.

Hanks has since appeared in a long list of successful movies including Saving Private Ryan, The Green Mile and The Da Vinci Code, »

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Spring of King - That is, Stephen King

7 February 2014 2:30 PM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

It’s still mid-February, and the East Coast of America is caught somewhere between Winter Storm Maximus and Winter Storm Niko, neither of which proved to be the Storm of the Century.  The official first day of spring is over a month away; in the snowy doldrums of late winter, March 20th has never seemed further away.  Yet the readers among us, trapped inside due to office closings and school closings and sick days, seem to sense a different sort of storm on the horizon.  Stephen King’s novel, Doctor Sleep, remains a presence on the hardcover New York Times bestseller list, a full eighteen weeks after it debuted at #1 – a stunning success for a chart that seems to showcase King books briefly, then spit them out.  This is an auspicious omen: despite the snow and the subzero temperatures, it feels as if the Spring of King has already begun. »

- Kevin Quigley

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Tom Hanks has Forrest Gump reunion with Bubba and Lieutenant Dan

7 February 2014 6:48 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Tom Hanks has reunited with two of his Forrest Gump co-stars.

The Hollywood actor posted a photo of himself with Gary Sinise and Mykelti Williamson, who played Lieutenant Dan and Bubba in the 1994 movie respectively.

"Hadn't seen these old friends for too long," he tweeted along with the photo.

Forrest Gump celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. The Robert Zemeckis film won six Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Actor for Hanks as the title character.

Sinise was also nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his role in the film, losing out to Ed Wood's Martin Landau.

He went on to appear alongside Hanks in both Apollo 13 and The Green Mile, before playing the lead role of Mac Taylor in CSI: NY.

Williamson has starred in several films and TV series, including Con Air, Ali and 24. »

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A Single Shot Blu-Ray Review

25 January 2014 12:18 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Sam Rockwell is one of the greatest actors working today. If you’re not already in agreement with me, look over his diverse body of work. Rockwell has killed roles, both lead and supporting, in movies as weird as Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, as shattering as Conviction, and as breathtakingly original as Moon. Along the way, he’s played integral parts in classics like The Green Mile and The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. He’s one of my favorite actors because, no matter how many great roles I see him in, he just sells it every time.

A Single Shot, a relentlessly bleak and atmospheric noir drama, is no exception. As hunter John Moon, who accidentally shoots and kills a young woman, only to uncover a huge amount of money she was guarding, Rockwell is absolutely terrific. It’s a very physical part for the actor, »

- Isaac Feldberg

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Jon Bernthal on Mob City, The Walking Dead & more...

16 January 2014 11:12 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Interview Duncan Bowles 17 Jan 2014 - 06:59

We chat to The Walking Dead and Mob City's Jon Bernthal about Frank Darabont, bringing film noir to television, and playing Shane Walsh...

Spoiler alert: this article contains spoilers for seasons one and two of The Walking Dead.

Jon Bernthal is one busy man at the moment. With filming just wrapped on the forthcoming World War II action drama Fury, in which he’ll star alongside Brad Pitt under the helm of the rather fantastic David Ayer, he’s currently in multiplexes in not one, but two big movies – Grudge Match with Stallone and De Niro (due out in the UK on the 24th January) and the superb The Wolf of Wall Street, which most of us here at Den of Geek just can’t recommend enough.

Of course The Walking Dead fans will already be familiar with the calibre of his acting »

- louisamellor

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Sam Rockwell And Olivia Wilde Are Smitten In First Photo From Better Living Through Chemistry

8 January 2014 1:45 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Who does not love Sam Rockwell? He has given some of the most indelible, darkly comic performances of the last 15 years, in films as diverse as The Green Mile, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind and Moon. His off-the-wall portrayal of kind-hearted slacker Owen was the quixotic high point of 2013′s sweet, if predictable The Way, Way Back. Although Rockwell is a stellar character actor who relishes drama and comedy, he has never landed an Academy Award nomination.

Well, that could all change with Better Living Through Chemistry, which Samuel Goldwyn just cued up for a March 14 release in the United States. In the dark comedy, Rockwell stars as bored pharmacist Douglas Varney, who begins a sex and drug fuelled affair with customer and trophy wife Elizabeth (Olivia Wilde, living up to her last name). Rounding out the rich ensemble cast is Michelle Monaghan, Ben Schwartz, Ken Howard, Ray Liotta and Jane Fonda. »

- Jordan Adler

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Oldest Surviving Credited Gwtw Performer Has Died

5 January 2014 3:53 AM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Gone with the Wind’ actress Alicia Rhett dead at 98; was oldest surviving credited Gwtw cast member Gone with the Wind actress Alicia Rhett, the oldest surviving credited cast member of the 1939 Oscar-winning blockbuster, died on January 3, 2014, at the Bishop Gadsden Episcopal Retirement Community in Charleston, South Carolina, where Rhett had been living since August 2002. Alicia Rhett, born on February 1, 1915, in Savannah, Georgia, was 98. (Photo: Alicia Rhett as India Wilkes in Gone with the Wind.) In Gone with the Wind, the David O. Selznick production made in conjunction with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM head Louis B. Mayer was Selznick’s father-in-law), the stage-trained Alicia Rhett played India Wilkes, the embittered sister of Ashley Wilkes, whom Scarlett O’Hara loves — though Ashley eventually marries Melanie Hamilton (Rhett had auditioned for the role), while Scarlett ends up with Rhett Butler. Based on Margaret Mitchell’s bestseller, Gone with the Wind was (mostly) directed by Victor Fleming »

- Andre Soares

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