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After eight years of seeing his face reflected in a knife blade across the buses of Los Angeles and New York, in his role as blood-spatter analyst/serial killer Dexter Morgan, Michael C Hall is finding it nice to talk about a different character.
His role in the beat generation drama Kill Your Darlings is the least known figure in a largely forgotten murder scandal that engulfed the proto-beats, and perhaps even fashioned them into the movement we now recognise. In New York City in 1944, Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe), William S Burroughs (Ben Foster) and Jack Kerouac (Jack Huston) were all inspired by an epicene beauty from the midwest, Lucien Carr (Dane DeHaan), who liked to stand on the university library tables »
- John Patterson
Following up on yesterday's first casting news for Duncan Jones' big screen adaptation of the Blizzard Entertainment video game juggernaut World of Warcraft, another casting update has made its way online.
THR reports that Dominic Cooper (pictured) is in final negotiations to join the fantasy opposite the previously announced Ben Foster ("Six Feet Under," Pandorum, Rampart), Travis Fimmel ("Vikings," The Experiment), Paula Patton (Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol), Toby Kebbell (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes), and Rob Kazinsky ("True Blood," Pacific Rim).
Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) has closed a deal with Legendary Pictures to bring a live action version of WoW to the big screen. Charles Leavitt (The Seventh Son) came on board last August to pen the script. Legendary, which picked up film rights to adapt the popular fantasy video game franchise back in 2006, said it's planning for a summer 2015 release.
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- Uncle Creepy
That's right, kids! Legendary Pictures has announced the very first cast members for its big screen adaptation of the Blizzard Entertainment video game juggernaut World of Warcraft. Read on for the latest.
Thus far Ben Foster (pictured; "Six Feet Under," Pandorum, Rampart), Travis Fimmel ("Vikings," The Experiment), Paula Patton (Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, Toby Kebbell (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and Rob Kazinsky ("True Blood," Pacific Rim) have joined the fold. No word as of yet as to who will be repping The Horde.
Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) has closed a deal with Legendary Pictures to bring a live action version of WoW to the big screen. Charles Leavitt (The Seventh Son) came on board last August to pen the script. Legendary said it's planning to start lensing in the fall for a summer 2015 release.
Legendary picked up film rights to adapt the popular fantasy video »
- Uncle Creepy
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Ausiello: I’m not feeling it. Besides, if my hunch is correct (tee-hee, when isn’t it?!), the new fortysomething character the show is currently casting — a handsome, charismatic fella named Andrew — will be keeping company with Bellamy Young’s love-starved Flotus. And, if this is who they end up hiring, we deserve some kind of trophy or medal. Or something.
- Michael Ausiello
It’s somewhat hard to believe that Kill Your Darlings is director John Krokidas’ debut feature film, in what is an accomplished, compelling piece of cinema, of a scandalous murder that drew the renowned poets of the beat generation together. A story we can’t quite believe we haven’t seen on the big screen before – a sentiment that Krokidas echoes himself.
We had the pleasure of sitting down to discuss the title with him – and in spite of his tonsillitis he was suffering from, he discusses the conspiracy theories surrounding this incredible tale and why he chose to tell it from Allen Ginsberg’s perspective as opposed to Lucien Carr’s. He also tells us about his intimate bond he formed with lead star Daniel Radcliffe, and how this cast dramatically changed, from once having Jesse Eisenberg in the main role.
Were you aware of these incredible set of »
- Stefan Pape
“Beverly Hills, CA – Beautiful sorority babes. An isolated island with nowhere to hide. A crazed killer targeting them one-by-one. Ah, the joys of higher learning… On February 11, 2014, Anchor Bay Entertainment unleashes Sorority Party Massacre, a master class in girls, gore, carnage and comedy. Guaranteed to tutor you in terror, Sorority Party Massacre will be available on DVD for an Msrp of $22.98.
An isolated town full of sexy college girls has a dangerous secret: one girl has gone missing each year for the last 20 years. A big-city cop, in danger of losing his badge, agrees to aid the town’s sheriff in investigating these unsolved disappearances. Quickly they realize that they are dealing with a psychotic killer whose brilliance has been »
- Jonathan James
Anchor Bay are unleashing Chris W. Freeman and Justin Jones' 'Sorority Party Massacre' onto DVD on 11 February 2014 in the Us and is touting the project as 'a master class in girls, gore, carnage and comedy.' So if you're the kinda guy who likes to leave buying a Valentines gift for his loved one till the last minute and have absolutely no idea about what your partner would actually like then perhaps you could slide this under her nose come that special day? And if she hates it, which she likely will, at least you'll have your very own copy to enjoy. You can check out the new Nsfw trailer form the film which is particularly flesh heavy with lady lumps making appearances all over the place. Yvette Yates, Eve Mauro ('The Steam Experiment'), Ed O'Ross ('Six Feet Under'), C. Thomas Howell ('The Hitcher', »
Quickly they realize that they are dealing with a psychotic killer whose brilliance has been twisted into a taste for terror torture and sorority sister torment. But when this party gets started who will graduate and who will be held back Directed by Chris W. Freeman and Justin Jones and featuring a headline cast including Tom Downey (Mirror Image) Kevin Sorbo (Hercules The Legendary Journeys) Ed ORoss (Six Feet Under) Leslie Easterbrook (The Devils Rejects) Richard Moll (Cold Case) adult film legend Ron Jeremy and new Scream Queens Marissa Skell Eve Mauro and Yvette Yates Sorority Party Massacre teaches old school terror exploitation. This party is comedy camp at its shocking slashing sexy best »
The horror-comedy slasher flick Sorority Party Massacre is headed home courtesy of the fine folks over at Anchor Bay Entertainment, and right now we have your initial details on tap... free of any hazing!
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Beautiful sorority babes. An isolated island with nowhere to hide. A crazed killer targeting them one-by-one. Ah, the joys of higher learning...
On February 11, 2014, Anchor Bay Entertainment unleashes Sorority Party Massacre, a master class in girls, gore, carnage, and comedy. Guaranteed to tutor you in terror, Sorority Party Massacre will be available on DVD for an Msrp of $22.98.
An isolated town full of sexy college girls has a dangerous secret: One girl has gone missing each year for the last 20 years. A big-city cop, in danger of losing his badge, agrees to aid the town’s sheriff in investigating these unsolved disappearances. Quickly they realize that they are dealing with a psychotic »
- Uncle Creepy
Happy Birthday, Peter Facinelli!The actor, who’s celebrating his 40th birthday today, seems to be getting better with age.Since he stole our hearts as Mike Dexter in "Can’t Hardly Wait," Peter has become one of Hollywood’s hottest leading men. He’s a fan favorite in the "Twilight" series, playing Dr. Carlisle Cullen, a small town doctor who serves as the patriarch of a clan of vampires. But that's just a small piece of his impressive resume! He’s also had memorable roles on "Six Feet Under," "Damages" and Showtime's Emmy-winning dark comedy, "Nurse Jackie."In 2010, Facinelli started his own production company, Facinelli Films. The company's first film, "Loosies," was released in 2012.The actor's career continues to flourish -- he's starring in upcoming films "Freezer" and "Walter." Facinelli married actress Jennie Garth back in 2001. However, after nearly 11 years of marriage, the couple filed for divorce in 2012. They »
- tooFab Staff
Reign‘s Queen Catherine better watch out, because Mary’s mom is coming to court.
Related | The CW Picks Up Reign and Two Other Series for Full Seasons
The actress tweeted the news Monday, calling her maternal role “the badass.”
Yep,it's true. Off to a wardrobe fitting to play the badass, Marie de Guise, on @CWReign. Watch out, @AdelaideKane, mama's coming!—
Amy Brenneman (@TheAmyBrenneman) November 25, 2013
- Kimberly Roots
In celebration of the wildly anticipated 50th Anniversary Special for Dr. Who, DreamWorks has launched a new trailer for next year’s animated blockbuster, Mr. Peabody & Sherman.
The first trailer arrived just a few weeks ago, giving a brilliant first look at what’s coming our way early next year. And now this new trailer – officially labelled a featurette, but really it’s all footage – teases still more from what is set to be a big win amongst family audiences.
Mr. Peabody, the most accomplished dog in the world, and his mischievous boy Sherman, use their time machine—the Wabac—to go on the most outrageous adventures known to man or dog. But when Sherman takes the Wabac out for a joyride to impress his friend Penny, they accidently rip a hole in the universe, wreaking havoc on the most important events in world history. Before they forever alter the past, »
- Kenji Lloyd
Banshee first aired on Cinemax on January 11, 2013, as part of the station’s drive to develop original content. The American drama created by Jonathan Tropper and David Schickler, who serve as executive producers along with Alan Ball (Six Feet Under), is set in a small town in Pennsylvania Amish country and features an enigmatic ex-con who has assumed the identity of a murdered sheriff. He imposes his own brand of justice while also cooking up plans that serve his own interests.
The first season left viewers with quite a cliffhanger and so fans will be happy to know that the series which was renewed, as released the first trailer for the 10-episode second season, which is set to premiere in 2014. New guest stars include Zeliko Ivanek as an FBI agent, Tatanka Means as Alex Longshadow’s head of security and Julian Sands as Rabbit’s younger brother. Banshee returns to Cinemax Friday, »
For those who missed out on Banshee's first season on Cinemax at the first of the year, prepare yourself for a catchup. The drama, created by Alan Ball (Six Feet Under) weaves the story of an ex-con (Anthony Starr) who finds himself in Banshee, Pennsylvania, looking for diamonds he believes are still held by his former partner and girlfriend, Anastasia (Ivana Miličević). Both are living under aliases -- Anna's life as "Carrie" is now one of suburban comfort while the ex-con has taken the identity of Sheriff Lucas Hood, who was about to start work in Banshee when he was killed in a bar fight. And that was just the first episode. Hit the jump for more on the series, plus a new poster and trailer for its upcoming second season. Banshee's portrayal of the criminal underworld, and Lucas and Carrie's connection to it, made for a riveting »
- Allison Keene
The third season of Eastbound and Down was meant to be its last, and in its finale Kenny Powers finally achieved his long-in-the-making comeback, only to realize he was ready to give up baseball for his family (“I’m in a Cameron Crowe movie!”). But then HBO decided they wanted more. A surprise fourth season was ordered, and in its finale, after realizing yet another quest for stardom (this time as a TV host), Kenny once again decided to stick with his family. The encore, with its Six Feet Under–esque climax, was excellent, and series co-creator Jody Hill promises that this time it’s really the end. Vulture spoke to him about the genesis of the idea for the finale, having to bring Eastbound to a close twice, and the possibility of revisiting the Powers family on the big screen. (Spoilers follow for those who haven’t watched the finale yet, »
- Denise Martin
When it comes to "gay" TV shows, I tend to keep my expectations low. Lord knows there are more than enough gay men and women working in Hollywood today ( just behind the camera, of course) so you'd think we'd have a long line of quality shows to look back upon. Sadly, that hasn't been the case. There have been lots of well written and wonderfully conceived gay characters, but specific TV shows? Not so much. Sure, you could argue shows like "Ugly Betty," "Six Feet Under," "True Blood" and "Smash" pretty much felt like gay series, but that's not what »
- Gregory Ellwood
So, This Is It. For realsies this time. Forever. And for an episode that would otherwise be a conventional, solid end to the most sentimental season of this whole raunchy-as-fuck, odd series, the last five minutes are really what made it shine. Specifically, an already-polarizing-just-check-Twitter-Six Feet Under-on-crank flash forward that actually made me cry a tiny bit. Don’t tell anybody. But, in true Kp fashion, I’m getting ahead of myself. Consider when Kenny first arrived in Shelby: A true think-for-yourselfer, high on coke half the time, who eschewed the Everyman goals between the super short-term (“touch April’s titties”) and Big Life Plans (“become rich and famous”). Over the course of three seasons, as Kenny experienced gains, losses, the deaths of loved ones, and the ever-awful realization that you’re becoming the parent you dislike more, and banged that Mexican woman who only sang Bob Seger covers ('memba her? »
- Anna Breslaw
(Spoiler warning: Don’t read this if you still plan on watching the stunning finale of “Eastbound & Down”) “Eastbound & Down” ended about as well as a comedy can, taking the “Six Feet Under” approach to ludicrous extremes and wrapping up Kenny Powers deranged odyssey without selling him out. We got to see Sacha Baron Cohen as a disgusting network head, Lindsay Lohan as Kenny’s grown-up daughter, and Powers (Danny McBride) burning on an African funeral pyre. He kind of accepted that family is more important than fame. But not really. Also read: Lindsay Lohan Adds to Career Hat Trick With ‘Eastbound. »
- Tim Molloy
Almost Human, Season 1, Episode 1: “Pilot”
Written by J. H. Wyman
Directed by Brad Anderson
Airs Mondays at 8 P.M. Et on Fox
Set in the year 2048, Almost Human takes on an immense challenge by attempting to introduce a cast of characters in a futuristic world and construct a plot that explores the possibilities of technology that fuels fast-paced action and a “big picture” mystery. While it’s not the first series tasked with such a large-scale set-up, it certainly has some distinguishing qualities that help bring its debut hour to life.
The most noteworthy element is the special effects. While the characters are hard at work populating the screen, it is the setting in which they all exist that pulls the viewer into their world and sets a high bar of expectations for the series’ visual aesthetics. The digital gadgets and robotics are not only visible in nearly every frame, »
- Amanda Williams
Fox’s Almost Human made its debut Sunday at 8/7c, bringing viewers into a dark Los Angeles of the near future and introducing us to an unlikely pair of cops.
Now that you’ve seen the first night of the series’ two-part premiere, will you partner up with the futuristic buddy-cop drama?
- Kimberly Roots
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