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Review: ‘The Woods’ Delivers The ‘Blair Witch’ Sequel We Wanted 15 Years Ago

23 July 2016 4:56 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

It’s been 17 years since “The Blair Witch Project” changed the horror genre and independent filmmaking forever, and yet the new surprise sequel, “Blair Witch” (formerly known as “The Woods”) is hoping you’ve forgotten — at least a little bit. Helmed by Adam Wingard (“You’re Next,” “The Guest”) and written by his regular collaborator Simon Barrett, “Blair Witch” is shot, constructed and executed just like the original. And the slow-build fright fest will please genre purists — perhaps enough to reinvigorate the potential franchise — even if it feels all too familiar to the rest of us.

Starting in the very (scary) house we left off in — a fact given away in the trailer — Wingard and Barrett introduce us to four fresh faces, one of which holds close ties to a victim from the original. Driven to the woods for answers, the group also aims to make a documentary on their friend’s eerie journey. »

- Ben Travers

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‘The Woods’: Fans Freak Out As Horror Film Revealed To Be A Surprise Sequel To ‘Blair Witch’

22 July 2016 8:45 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Adam Wingard has become the de facto king of indie horror over the past several years thanks to hits like “You’re Next” and “The Guest,” and he recently brought chills to the small screen by directing Cinemax’s “Outcast” premiere, but he might just have his biggest hit with “The Woods.” The horror film just premiered at Comic-Con after months of mysterious anticipation (remember that debut trailer that touted the project as the scariest film ever made?), and with it comes a major bombshell of a revelation: “The Woods” is an official sequel to “The Blair Witch Project.”

Read More: ‘The Woods’ Trailer: Adam Wingard Takes Us Camping in New Found-Footage Horror Flick

In fact, it looks like “The Woods” was just a working title, as a new horrifying trailer has hit with the revealing title, “Blair Witch.” You can watch the new trailer below:

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- Zack Sharf

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Disney Channel Stars Reunite, Celebrate 100th Original Movie & ‘Adventures in Babysitting’

24 June 2016 7:27 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Disney Channel stars both young and old descended on the DGA Theater in Hollywood for the network’s premiere of its 100th Disney Channel Original Movie, “Adventures in Babysitting.”

Adventures in Babysitting” stars Sabrina Carpenter, Sofia Carson and Kevin Quinn were joined by a full slate of Dcom alums, including Dove Cameron, China Anne McClain, Christy Carlson RomanoTahj Mowry as well as Joey, Matthew and Andrew Lawrence.

“I think it’s sort of surreal to say not only did I grow up with these movies, but that I was sort of a part of history somehow,” Carpenter said. “We became such a family during filming — all of the children, the director. They treated us like family and it made the experience 10 times more fun.”

The film is a reimagining of the 1987 movie of the same name, which starred Elisabeth Shue as an unlucky babysitter who spent her night chaperoning kids on an adventure throughout Chicago. The »

- Lamarco McClendon

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23 Things You Never Knew About Disney Channel's Original Movies

27 May 2016 9:00 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Before you spend Memorial Day weekend binging on every single Disney Channel Original Movie ever created (yes, all of them - from Don't Look Under the Bed to The Cheetah Girls), refresh your Dcom memory with these fun facts. 1. Zac Efron didn't sing in the original High School Musical.Back in 2006, you may have thought you fallen in love with Efron's vocals in "Breaking Free" and "Start of Something New", but it turns out, it wasn't actually Efron you were falling for. Another Cinderella Story star Drew Seeley actually provided Troy's vocals for the first film (and he wrote »

- Diana Pearl, @dianapearl_

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23 Things You Never Knew About Disney Channel’s Original Movies

27 May 2016 9:00 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Before you spend Memorial Day weekend binging on every single Disney Channel Original Movie ever created (yes, all of them - from Don't Look Under the Bed to The Cheetah Girls), refresh your Dcom memory with these fun facts. 1. Zac Efron didn't sing in the original High School Musical.Back in 2006, you may have thought you fallen in love with Efron's vocals in "Breaking Free" and "Start of Something New", but it turns out, it wasn't actually Efron you were falling for. Another Cinderella Story star Drew Seeley actually provided Troy's vocals for the first film (and he wrote »

- Diana Pearl, @dianapearl_

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New Adventures in Babysitting Poster Celebrates Disney Channel Milestone

7 March 2016 8:00 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Everybody who's ever babysat before is no stranger to adventures, but the antics Sabrina Carpenter (Girl Meets World) and Sofia Carson (Descendants) get into in Adventures in Babysitting take the cake. E! News has your exclusive first look at the key art for Disney Channel's re-imagining of the classic 1980s flick as well as some new images of the TV movie. In the key art above, Disney has hidden a "100" to celebrate a milestone: Adventures in Babysitting is the 100th Disney Channel Original Movie to be released since the franchise kicked off in 1997 with Under Wraps. The art above also features a nod to the original movie's poster, which featured the cast climbing the side of a building. Carpenter »

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