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Scream Season 2 Episode 13 Review: Halloween Special

18 October 2016 8:57 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

So much for the Scream franchise finally leaving a killer alive. Kieran lasted all of about 30 seconds. 

We still don't know who killed him, but we did get a fun Halloween special out of the deal. 

Sure it was a little predictable, but there were some surprises, too. 

Scream Season 2 Episode 13 felt more like a TV remake of I Still Know What You Did Last Summer than an installment of the Scream franchise. 

The group was stranded on an island in a storm during the offseason, there was a fisherman, Gina arrived late just like Ray did, and shears are close enough to a hook. 

It was clearly intentional, but you have to love that Noah referenced every movie from Friday the 13th to And Then There Were None with no mention of the franchise they were spoofing. 

It's like the killer is combining these two legends into one brand new murder spree. »

- Stacy Glanzman

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Box Office Democracy: Blair Witch

22 September 2016 5:00 PM, PDT | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

When I first saw The Blair Witch Project in 1999 it was the most scared I had ever been in a theater with the exception of having to leave the theater during Edward Scissorhands when I was six years old. A lot contributed to my enjoyment of that film: found footage was new and exciting to me (and most of America) at that time, the marketing campaign treated it as real footage from a real event and that was very captivating even though anyone who waited until the credits would know it was a movie, and the limited information they gave the viewer made everything that happened just a little more terrifying. Blair Witch desperately tries to recapture the magic of the original film and while the resulting film is reasonably creepy to watch it doesn’t quite get there because movie like this are much closer to the norm now. »

- Arthur Tebbel

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5 Other Movie Franchises That Crashed Onto Television

21 July 2016 5:06 PM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

News this week came in that the final planned Divergent Series movie would be skipping the theaters and go direct to television/DVD.  It’s a rare move for such a major studio franchise to make, and it got me to thinking about other movie series that fizzled and did the same.  Come inside to check out a history of downward sliding franchises! 

If I come off sounding a bit harsh about all this, it’s mostly due to the fact that it’s such a bizarre situation.  It’s been awhile since a studio franchise had to dropped down to direct-to-television and it’s not a good thing.  Sure, Lionsgate is trying to spin the information that it’s part of a planned way to jumpstart a spin-off TV series...but the reality is this isn’t how they wanted The Divergent Series to end.  

It’s a failure, »

- feeds@cinelinx.com (Jordan Maison)

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‘CSI: NY’ Alum Trey Callaway Named Co-Showrunner of Fox’s ‘Apb’ with Matt Nix (Exclusive)

14 June 2016 1:30 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Trey Callaway has inked an overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television, and will join Fox’s upcoming drama “Apb” as co-showrunner and exec producer, Variety has learned exclusively.

In addition to joining “Apb,” on which he’ll share showrunner duties with Matt Nix, under the new pact, Callaway will develop new projects with the studio for network, cable and streaming services.

An alum of “CSI: NY,” Callaway served as a writer/producer on the procedural for more than 120 episodes. Last TV season, he was co-exec producer on CBS’s “Rush Hour,” which was not renewed for a second season, freeing up his schedule for “Apb.”

Callaway boarding “Apb” comes after Fox’s midseason drama saw a shuffle up top with Nix stepping in to overhaul the script that was originally penned by “Apb” creator David Slack, who exited the project over creative differences. In the pilot phase, Nix was co-running with director and exec producer Len Wiseman. At the time of the behind-the-scenes changes, Variety reported that should the project go to series, a new showrunner would be named.

Apb” follows a tech-billionaire who purchases a poor police precinct. Justin Kirk, Natalie Martinez, Caitlin Stasey, Taylor Handley, Eric Winter and Ernie Hudson star.

Callaway was showrunner and exec producer on “The Messengers,” which was on the CW for one season. He was co-exec producer on NBC’s “Revolution.” On the film side, he wrote the screenplay for “I Still Know What You Did Last Summer.”

Callaway is repped CAA and Rain Management Group.

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- Elizabeth Wagmeister

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Emmy-Nominated Production Designer Doug Kraner Dies at 65

19 April 2016 5:50 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Production designer Doug Kraner, who designed the famous beach house in “Sleeping with the Enemy” with Julia Roberts, died on April 4 at the age of 65. Kraner had been battling cancer and died in West Hollywood, Calif.

Kraner first met Danny Cannon while working on “I Still Know What You Did Last Summer.” He then teamed up with Cannon on the pilots for “The Forgotten,” “Nikita,” “The Tomorrow People” and “Gotham,” for which he received an Emmy nomination and an Art Directors Guild nomination.

Kraner was first nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Art Direction for a Limited Series or Special for his set decoration on “Little Gloria……Happy at Last.”

He also worked on the films “My Dinner With Andre,” “The Untouchables” and “Working Girl.”

Kraner worked with many well-known directors including Michael Apted, Brian DePalma, Louis Malle, Anthony Minghella, Mike Nichols and Dean Parisot. He also frequently collaborated with »

- Maria Cavassuto

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Emmy-Nominated Production Designer Doug Kraner Dies at 65

19 April 2016 5:50 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Production designer Doug Kraner, who designed the famous beach house in “Sleeping with the Enemy” with Julia Roberts, died on April 4 at the age of 65. Kraner had been battling cancer and died in West Hollywood, Calif.

Kraner first met Danny Cannon while working on “I Still Know What You Did Last Summer.” He then teamed up with Cannon on the pilots for “The Forgotten,” “Nikita,” “The Tomorrow People” and “Gotham,” for which he received an Emmy nomination and an Art Directors Guild nomination.

Kraner was first nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Art Direction for a Limited Series or Special for his set decoration on “Little Gloria……Happy at Last.”

He also worked on the films “My Dinner With Andre,” “The Untouchables” and “Working Girl.”

Kraner worked with many well-known directors including Michael Apted, Brian DePalma, Louis Malle, Anthony Minghella, Mike Nichols and Dean Parisot. He also frequently collaborated with »

- Maria Cavassuto

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"John Wick" Producers Unleash "Smoke"

6 February 2016 7:15 PM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

"John Wick" and "Sicario" producers Thunder Road are assembling the action thriller "Smoke on the Water" which Basil Iwanyk and Kent Kubena will produce.

The script by Trey Callaway ("I Still Know What You Did Last Summer") and Rick Parks ("Ever After") deals with the worlds of offshore boat racing, high-tech open water drug trafficking and the so-called 'nautical narcotic highway' from Cuba to Key West.

The film has more of a "Fast and Furious" than "Sicario"-style tone of energetic and fun action, and will reportedly make good use of the still cinematically untapped world of Cuba as a filming location.

Thunder Road is currently developing "Gang Story" with Liam Neeson, "A Star is Born" with Bradley Cooper and "Splinter Cell" with Tom Hardy.

Source: The Tracking Board »

- Garth Franklin

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