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Underworld TV Series Gets The Go Ahead; Len Wiseman Promises “Big Departure” From Film Franchise

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The Death Dealer is headed to television.

Deadline brings word today that Len Wiseman and Sketch Films are spearheading an Underworld TV series based on the cult action-horror franchise of warring Vampires and Lycans. With an eye on a premium cable/digital slot, the long-gestating project will seemingly be a “big departure” from the five-part film series, which itself launched the middling Underworld: Blood Wars back in January. Perhaps some fresh blood and a new platform are needed to keep the cult action franchise afloat?

It’s far too soon to gauge Underworld‘s chances of success, but it now joins a long line of film-to-tv adaptations. It’s a creative process fraught with duds and disappointments, as competent spinoffs like The Exorcist are often countered by the likes of Minority Report and Limitless, which were both canned after only one season on the airwaves. Here’s hoping Wiseman’s »

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Electric Dreams: The Hood Maker review – will make you want to take a look in the (Black) Mirror

17 September 2017 10:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Channel 4 lost the brilliant sci-fi satire to Netflix, and while Richard Madden and Holliday Grainger are on captivating form in this Philip K Dick adaptation, it’s no replacement. Plus, Swedish schlock horror in The Black Lake

A metropolitan dystopia, post-computer, post-internet. It looks a bit like Camden market; at other times like the dark ages; or the 70s, a concrete jungle through which agents speed in Cortinas and Granadas. Today, it looks like Charlottesville; the people – normals – are marching, protesting against teeps; mutant telepaths who can access their thoughts (think Csa meets Google meets Minority Report’s precogs). The teeps may be misusing their power and plotting to take over, but right now they are more like slaves (or immigrant workers perhaps). In these times of heightened tension and unrest, agents are utilising the Anti Immunity bill (think anti-terror legislation) and are using teeps to read the minds of the normals, »

- Sam Wollaston

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‘True Lies’ TV Series in Development at Fox With Put Pilot Commitment

15 September 2017 2:17 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Fox is developing a TV series version of the Arnold Schwarzenegger action classic “True Lies,” Variety has confirmed.

Fox has given the potential series a put pilot commitment. The one-hour drama would be based on the 1994 film, which saw Schwarzenegger playing a superspy who keeps his true occupation a secret from his wife and daughter. The original also starred Jamie Lee Curtis, Tom ArnoldBill PaxtonTia CarrereArt MalikEliza Dushku, and Grant Heslov. The film was a financial success, grossing over $378 million worldwide.

Marc Guggenheim will write and executive produce the project. James Cameron, who directed the film, will executive produce along with McG, Jon Landau, Rae Sanchini, and Mary Viola. McG is also attached to direct the pilot. 20th Century Fox TV will produce in association with McG’s Wonderland Sound & Vision and Cameron’s Lightstorm Entertainment.

True Lies” joins a long list of reboots for this development season. As »

- Danielle Turchiano and Joe Otterson

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The endless adaptability of Philip K Dick

15 September 2017 2:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

From the new Blade Runner to Channel 4’s Electric Dreams, the insatiable hunger for ‘Pkd’ stories on screen shows no sign of abating

With the Channel 4 series of dramas based on his short stories starting, Philip K Dick has cemented his reputation as one of the most adapted science fiction authors of the modern age.

The most famous big-screen outing of recent years was Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner, released in 1982, the year the author died. But there has also been Total Recall, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger (and its 2012 remake); Minority Report (2002), with Tom Cruise; the Richard Linklater “rotoscoped” version of A Scanner Darkly, which overlayed animation on live-action footage of Keanu Reeves; and 2011’s The Adjustment Bureau.

Related: Black Mirror review – Charlie Brooker's splashy new series is still a sinister marvel

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- David Barnett

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The must-watch TV of autumn 2017, from Blue Planet to Stranger Things

13 September 2017 10:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Strictly sparkles, David Simon goes hardcore, Jodie Foster bags a Black Mirror, Spike Lee has to have it – and it’s welcome back Winona Ryder, Larry David and the League of Gentlemen

• Autumn arts preview 2017: Stage | Music | Film

Sci-fi writer Philip K Dick rivals Jane Austen and Stephen King in his book-to-screen ratio: the movies Blade Runner, Minority Report and the hit series The Man in the High Castle were all based on his work. This anthology series adapts 10 stories, with a starry mix of lead actors from Steve Buscemi and Joanna Scanlan to Bryan Cranston and Benedict Wong.

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Colin Farrell's Role In Minority Report Almost Went To Another A-Lister

12 September 2017 3:38 PM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Before Colin Farrell was cast in Minority Report, Steve Spielberg was looking at a different actor to play Danny Witwer. »

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UK release of ‘Channel Zero: Season One – Candle Cove’ announced

12 September 2017 7:05 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Described as a combination of “A Nightmare on Elm Street and Twin Peaks,” Channel Zero: Season One – Candle Cove makes its UK DVD and Blu-ray debut next month, thanks to Second Sight.

Inspired by a Creepypasta blog post by Kris Staub, Syfy’s spine-chilling six-part anthology series was created by Nick Antosca (Hannibal) and stars Paul Schneider (The Tunnel) and Abigail Pniowsky (Arrival). Channel Zero: Season One – Candle Cove has been critically acclaimed by TV and horror fans alike and now arrives for its UK home entertainment release on 9 October 2017.

Child psychologist Mike Painter is growing increasingly suspicious that children’s TV show Candle Cove may have played a role in a series of nightmarish events from his childhood, including the disappearance of his twin brother in the summer of 1988. When Mike returns home to investigate what happened all those years ago, he soon discovers that whatever caused the horror before, »

- Phil Wheat

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Toronto: Javier Bardem Says He Turned Down Colin Farrell's Role in 'Minority Report'

11 September 2017 6:02 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

He's a fan of Steven Spielberg, but Spanish-born star Javier Bardem passed on playing Colin Farrell's role in Minority Report when it was offered to him.

"When I met him [Spielberg], I was really star-struck," Bardem recalled when delivering a master class on Monday night at the Toronto Film Festival. But the Spanish movie star insisted he wasn't ready to board the 2002 American neo-noir science fiction film at the time.

"Now I can, because I've done those roles. But at the time, it was difficult for me to jump into a foreign language performance," Bardem added. "My English is »

- Etan Vlessing

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Visiting the set of Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams

9 September 2017 4:39 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Rob Leane Sep 14, 2017

We went on the set of Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, saw some cool visuals, and chatted to Bryan Cranston...

“They used to make razors here”, laments Bryan Cranston, between takes on the set of Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams. He’s in one of the cavernous corridors of London’s Gillette Building, which has recently been converted into a film studio. It’s a rather fitting locale for the show, which is revisiting ten sci-fi short stories from the 1950s and finding their modern day relevance. The author of these stories was Philip K. Dick, who also provided the inspiration for Blade Runner and Minority Report.

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“Robots make razors now. Not people”, Cranston adds, tapping in somewhat to the technological terrors of this »

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Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams: spoiler-free review

9 September 2017 3:27 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Rob Leane Sep 14, 2017

Here’s our verdict on two episodes of Amazon and Channel 4’s sci-fi anthology series, Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams...

At a swanky event in London, a gaggle of journalists was plied with booze and nibbles, before sitting down to watch two episodes of Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams. This sci-fi anthology series from Amazon and Channel 4, which arrives on screens later this month, adapts short stories from the literary master behind Blade Runner, Minority Report, Total Recall, A Scanner Darkly and The Man In The High Castle.

See related  Twin Peaks season 3: Kyle MacLachlan chats about the finale Looking back at Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

Expectations were high as the snacks depleted and we were ushered to the screening room. Then, Channel 4’s Head of Drama introduced a special video message from Bryan Cranston, who stars in one »

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What Is "Hive Mind," and What Does It Have to Do With American Horror Story?

5 September 2017 12:20 PM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Be of like mind. The official poster for #AHSCult is here. pic.twitter.com/oRGmYQXXia - AmericanHorrorStory (@Ahsfx) July 27, 2017 American Horror Story is about to cut deep, and we're here for every single second of it. In July, a special presentation at Comic-Con yielded the title of the new season: Cult. Since then, even more details have poured out. Ahs creator Ryan Murphy dropped a bunch of new hints on his Twitter account, while the first official trailer left plenty of room for speculation. But it was the show's first official poster, which shows a woman with a beehive brain, that gave us the most information out of everything. "Be of like mind," the poster is captioned. If you're familiar with the concept of a "hive mind," this is where everything clicks. Not only does the concept of the "hive mind" perfectly explain the first official poster, it also gives »

- Ryan Roschke

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Insights: From Venice to Vegas, Virtual Reality Keeps Evolving As Ar Grabs the Stage

1 September 2017 10:54 AM, PDT | Tubefilter.com | See recent Tubefilter News news »

Over the next few weeks, you’ll hear a lot about augmented reality, as Google, Apple, Facebook and Microsoft all make big pushes. Ar, they’ll be saying, is going to be huge and transformative. Yep, they’re probably right.

It’s worth noting the hype comes just a year after similar big noises were made about Ar’s more immersive cousin, virtual reality. In the year since, Vr’s momentum has slowed, the red-hot hype cooling to sludge. Despite that, I think it’s way too soon to write off the technology. In fact, now that the hype has eased, Vr and its many creators are starting to get a lot more interesting, innovative, and substantive. With luck, they’ll also make it all pencil out financially.

This month, in cities as wildly different as Venice, Italy and Las Vegas, Nevada, some of the new frontiers shaping Vr, on »

- David Bloom

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The next iPhone might courageously ditch the home button

30 August 2017 2:10 PM, PDT | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

Bringing us one step closer to a Minority Report-esque future where all computers are operated by complicated hand gestures and dramatic full-body swipes, Bloomberg is reporting that one of the next models of Apple’s iPhone might completely eliminate the home button—a.k.a. the little circle that reads your…

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- Sam Barsanti

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New York Film Festival: Alex Gibney, Vanessa Redgrave, and Abel Ferrara Join Documentary Spotlight Lineup

23 August 2017 1:06 PM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

The 55th New York Film Festival will debut a starry roster of documentaries featuring giants of the art and literary worlds as well as Alex Gibney’s postponed “No Stone Unturned,” a critical investigation into the 1994 Loughinisland massacre in Ireland, which was pulled from Tribeca in April.

Other new works include films from directors Abel Ferrara, Sara Driver, Nancy Buirski, Mathieu Amalric, and Barbet Schroeder; Vanessa Redgrave’s directorial debut “Sea Sorrow,” which played at Cannes; and films featuring Joan Didion, Arthur Miller, Gay Talese, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Jane Goodall, plus stories about racism, American immigration, and the global refugee crisis.

Three documentaries spotlight acclaimed writers, including the world premiere of Griffin Dunne’s “Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold,” returning Nyff filmmaker Rebecca Miller’s tender portrait of her father, “Arthur Miller: Writer,” and the World Premiere of Myles Kane and Josh Koury’s “Voyeur,” tracking journalist Gay Talese »

- Anne Thompson

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New York Film Festival: Alex Gibney, Vanessa Redgrave, and Abel Ferrara Join Documentary Spotlight Lineup

23 August 2017 1:06 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The 55th New York Film Festival will debut a starry roster of documentaries featuring giants of the art and literary worlds as well as Alex Gibney’s postponed “No Stone Unturned,” a critical investigation into the 1994 Loughinisland massacre in Ireland, which was pulled from Tribeca in April.

Other new works include films from directors Abel Ferrara, Sara Driver, Nancy Buirski, Mathieu Amalric, and Barbet Schroeder; Vanessa Redgrave’s directorial debut “Sea Sorrow,” which played at Cannes; and films featuring Joan Didion, Arthur Miller, Gay Talese, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Jane Goodall, plus stories about racism, American immigration, and the global refugee crisis.

Three documentaries spotlight acclaimed writers, including the world premiere of Griffin Dunne’s “Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold,” returning Nyff filmmaker Rebecca Miller’s tender portrait of her father, “Arthur Miller: Writer,” and the World Premiere of Myles Kane and Josh Koury’s “Voyeur,” tracking journalist »

- Anne Thompson

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First Look: Netflix Western ‘Godless,’ Directed By Scott Frank, Executive Produced By Steven Soderbergh

23 August 2017 9:56 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Believe it or not, Netflix has never released their own limited series. Well, that changes this fall with “Godless,” a project we’ve been highly anticipating forever, and that we’re very glad is finally seeing the light of day.

Read More: The 30 Most Anticipated New TV Shows Of 2017

Written and directed by celebrated screenwriter Scott Frank (“Out Of Sight,” “Minority Report,” “The Lookout”), “Godless” has been kicking around forever, and started as a movie script that was so tantalizing that both Steven Soderbergh and David Fincher considered making it.

Continue reading First Look: Netflix Western ‘Godless,’ Directed By Scott Frank, Executive Produced By Steven Soderbergh at The Playlist. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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TV News Roundup: First Look at Bobby Cannavale from ‘Mr. Robot’ Season 3 Released

4 August 2017 4:29 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

In today’s roundup, Bobby Cannavale’s “Mr. Robot” character gets a first-look image, while Umc has released premiere dates for upcoming series.

Casting

Meagan Good is set to guest star in two upcoming episodes of Showtime’s “White Famous,” reprising her role as Kali in Showtime’s “Californication.” Kali is a young pop star who is friends with Sadie (Cleopatra Coleman), the ex-girlfriend of Floyd (Jay Pharoah) and mother of his son. Good played the lead role in the Steven Spielberg series “Minority Report” and will star in the title role of the upcoming series “Foxy Brown.” She will also be seen in the films “A Boy. A Girl. A Dream: Love on Election Night” and “Motivated Seller.” “White Famous” is loosely based on Jamie Foxx’s experiences in the coming up in the stand-up industry and comes from “Californication” creator Tom Kapinos.

First Looks

USA Network has released a first look image (above) of Bobby Cannavale »

- Erin Nyren

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Spielberg's "Ready Player One"

23 July 2017 6:23 PM, PDT | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

From Synthia.Ca, Sneak Peek new footage from "Minority Report" director Steven Spielberg's live-action feature adaptation of "Ready Player One", the 2011 science-fiction novel, by author Ernest Cline, set in a 'dystopian' year 2044:

"...in the year 2044, the world has been gripped by an energy crisis from the depletion of fossil fuels...

"...causing widespread social problems and economic stagnation. 

"To escape the decline their world is facing, people turn to the 'Oasis', a virtual reality simulator accessible by players using visors and 'haptic' technology, perfected by 'James Halliday'...

"...who, when he died, had announced in his will to the public that he had left an 'Easter Egg' inside Oasis, and the first person to find it would inherit his entire fortune and the corporation. 

"Teenager 'Wade Watts', then discovers one of the three keys pointing to the treasure..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Ready Player One »

- Michael Stevens

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First trailer for Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One hits the web

22 July 2017 1:00 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for Steven Spielberg’s film adaptation of Ready Player One, just moments after the footage debuted during the Warner Bros. panel at San Diego Comic-Con. Watch the action-packed two-minute trailer below…

Also, be sure to check out the brand new logo for the film, which was also unveiled at the convention…

First up is #ReadyPlayerOne. Check out the title treatment wrapped around Hall H#sdcc pic.twitter.com/J85erERpMs

Fandango (@Fandango) July 22, 2017

The 2018 movie will see Spielberg bringing Ernest Cline’s beloved best-selling dystopian sci-fi novel to life. This isn’t the first time Spielberg has shared his vision of the future with audiences, as he also did so with A.I. Artificial Intelligence and Minority Report. Ready Player One does, however, look to be one of the director’s more visual effects-heavy projects yet; the trailer indicates that every shot in the world of the Oasis, »

- Justin Cook

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‘Ready Player One’ Trailer: Steven Spielberg Reminds Us He’s the King of the Sci-Fi Blockbuster

22 July 2017 11:59 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Steven Spielberg spent much of the last decade directing family adventures (“Tintin,” “The Bfg”) and historical dramas (“Bridge of Spies,” “War Hors,e” and “Lincoln”). You’d have to go back to “War of the Worlds” in 2006 to find the last pure Spielberg science-fiction blockbuster. Fans of “E.T.,” “Jurassic Park,” “Minority Report” and “AI Aritical Intelligence” fans have been waiting for sci-fi Spielberg to return, and he’s finally ready with next summer’s “Ready Player One.”

Read More: ‘Spielberg’ Documentary Set at HBO, Will Show Career-Spanning Behind-the-Scenes Footage

Based on the dystopian science-fiction novel of the same name by Ernest Cline, “Ready Player One” is set in 2045 in a world damaged by global warming and an energy crisis. The population turns to a virtual reality known as The Oasis to escape the decaying world. The simulator’s creator has buried easter eggs inside the virtual-reality world, promising his fortune to whoever finds them all. »

- Zack Sharf

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