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The HeyUGuys Interview: Director Scott Stewart talks Dark Skies

28 March 2013 4:00 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Dark Skies is just director Scott Stewart’s third feature film, and focuses on an ordinary suburban family who are rocked by an unsettling series of supernatural events. Hitting our screens on April 3rd, we were fortunate to speak to the filmmaker on the phone ahead of the film’s release.

Speaking to us from across the pond, Stewart tells us of his inspiration behind this feature, what it’s like working with young children in an otherwise adult orientated production – while he also encourages British audiences to go in to see this movie with no expectations, unaware of what you may be in store for…

You were brought up in the suburbs, did that inspire you to make a horror film set in this supposedly peaceful environment?

Yeah absolutely. I mean it absolutely did. I grew up in the suburbs of Northern California in the late 70s and 80s »

- Stefan Pape

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Arbitrage Review

15 February 2013 3:59 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Director: Nicholas Jarecki

Starring: Richard Gere, Brit Marling, Tim Roth, Susan SarandonNate Parker, Laetitia Casta.

Running Time: 107 Minutes

Certificate: 15

Synopsis: A troubled hedge fund magnate desperate to complete the sale of his trading empire, makes an error that forces him to turn to an unlikely person for help.

I’ve always felt Richard Gere is an often undervalued actor. This is probably due to his links as the stereotypical romantic lead in the likes of An Officer And A Gentlemen, Pretty Woman and Runaway Bride. After those huge box-office hits left the ladies swooning, it’s easy to forget his superb roles in Terrence Malick’s Days Of Heaven,  Paul Schrader’s American Gigolo and my own personal favourite, the sadistic corrupt police officer, Dennis Peck, in Mike Figgis’ twisted cop thriller, Internal AffairsArbitrage sees Gere back in those, latter, murkier worlds and he’s all the better »

- Craig Hunter

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Anthony Hopkins And Colin Farrell Grab “Solace”

4 February 2013 5:37 PM, PST | FamousMonsters of Filmland | See recent Famous Monsters of Filmland news »

The horror property Solace is making a comeback, and has added Anthony Hopkins and Colin Farrell to its cast. So yeah, it’s firmly on our radar now.

The film was originally set to be directed by Mark Pellington (Cold Case, The Mothman Prophecies), but is now helmed by Afonso Poyart (Two Rabbits). The script for the film has been worked on by Jamie Vanderbilt, Sean Bailey, Peter Morgan, and Ted Griffin, and will be up for grabs at the upcoming European Film Market. So save your pennies if you’re interested.

Deadline describes the film:

An FBI detective seeks the help of a retired and reclusive doctor, to try and solve a series of grisly murders. The doctor was a wiz at the murder game, but lost his mojo when his daughter died tragically. Desperate, the detective presses the doctor to come out of retirement for one more case. »

- Andy Greene

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Colin Farrell Joins Anthony Hopkins In ‘Solace’

4 February 2013 2:34 PM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

My friend Joseph Upton, he of The Hollywood Booze fame, paid me the ultimate compliment last week and said that I looked a lot like Colin Farrell. It’s true, and you can hear him say it, albeit relatively drunk on the podcast and yes,  I can see the resemblance bro. Anyway, Hollywood’s hottest looking actor is all set on a new project teaming him up with Sir Anthony Hopkins in a film called Solace for writer Peter Morgan and director Afonso Poyart (who makes his English language debut).

The mighty IMDb says that the film is about a doctor with psychic abilities hunts down a serial killer. Hopkins will play the doctor, and Farrell the serial killer.

Deadline have a more in-depth synopsis:

An FBI detective seeks the help of a retired and reclusive doctor, to try and solve a series of grisly murders. The doctor was a wiz at the murder game, »

- Paul Heath

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Solace Resurrected, Colin Farrell, Anthony Hopkins to Star

4 February 2013 9:43 AM, PST | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

A project called Solace is finding new traction.  Once a directing vehicle for Mark Pellington (The Mothman Prophecies), the film is now going to be directed by Afonso Poyart and will star Anthony Hopkins and Colin Farrell.

In the film, a former doctor with psychic abilities is drawn into a serial killer case only to find that the killer also is a psychic, leading to a showdown between the two who can detect each other's every move.

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Colin Farrell Finds Solace

4 February 2013 | Comingsoon.net | See recent Comingsoon.net news »

Colin Farrell has signed on to star opposite the previously announced Anthony Hopkins in the upcoming thriller Solace , Deadline reports. Originally announced for development in 2008 with Mark Pellington ( The Mothman Prophecies , Arlington Road ) directing, the New Line Cinema project deals with a clairvoyant doctor who is enlisted by the police to help catch a serial killer. Hopkins would play the doctor, John Clancy. Pellington is no longer attached, but Afonso Poyart will take over as director. Beau Flynn and Tripp Vinson of Contrafilm are still producing alongside Matthias Emcke and Thomas Augsberger. When the project was originally announced, the script had been written by Sean Bailey and Ted Griffin with rewrites by James Vanderbilt. It has since been rewritten »

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“Orphanage” remake back on—and new “Eyes” too

21 January 2013 7:03 AM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Screen Daily reports that a new version of Juan Antonio Bayona’s The Orphanage (pictured), previously attempted by New Line Cinema with Larry Fessenden and then The Mothman Prophecies’ Mark Pellingon at the helm, is on the schedule of Spanish company Rodar y Rodar, which produced the original. Also on its slate is a similar revamp of Guillem Morales’ blindness chiller Julia’S Eyes, which starred Orphanage’s Belén Rueda; both movies had del Toro on their producing teams. Rodar y Rodar further plans to revisit Morales’ 2004 psychological chiller The Uninvited Guest and the mystery/thriller The Body, which marked the directorial debut of Eyes scripter Oriol Paulo, in English. For more on director Andy Muschietti’s Mama, including words with Guillermo del Toro, pick up Fango #320, on sale now.   »

- gingold@starloggroup.com (Michael Gingold)

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“Orphanage” remake back on—and new “Eyes” too

21 January 2013 7:03 AM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Screen Daily reports that a new version of Juan Antonio Bayona’s The Orphanage (pictured), previously attempted by New Line Cinema with Larry Fessenden and then The Mothman Prophecies’ Mark Pellingon at the helm, is on the schedule of Spanish company Rodar y Rodar, which produced the original. Also on its slate is a similar revamp of Guillem Morales’ blindness chiller Julia’S Eyes, which starred Orphanage’s Belén Rueda; both movies had del Toro on their producing teams. Rodar y Rodar further plans to revisit Morales’ 2004 psychological chiller The Uninvited Guest and the mystery/thriller The Body, which marked the directorial debut of Eyes scripter Oriol Paulo, in English. For more on director Andy Muschietti’s Mama, including words with Guillermo del Toro, pick up Fango #320, on sale now.   »

- gingold@starloggroup.com (Michael Gingold)

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“Orphanage” remake back on—and new “Eyes” too

21 January 2013 7:03 AM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Screen Daily reports that a new version of Juan Antonio Bayona’s The Orphanage (pictured), previously attempted by New Line Cinema with Larry Fessenden and then The Mothman Prophecies’ Mark Pellingon at the helm, is on the schedule of Spanish company Rodar y Rodar, which produced the original. Also on its slate is a similar revamp of Guillem Morales’ blindness chiller Julia’S Eyes, which starred Orphanage’s Belén Rueda; both movies had del Toro on their producing teams. Rodar y Rodar further plans to revisit Morales’ 2004 psychological chiller The Uninvited Guest and the mystery/thriller The Body, which marked the directorial debut of Eyes scripter Oriol Paulo, in English. For more on director Andy Muschietti’s Mama, including words with Guillermo del Toro, pick up Fango #320, on sale now.   »

- gingold@starloggroup.com (Michael Gingold)

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'Bones' videos: Sneak peeks for 'The Diamond in the Rough' and 'The Archaeologist in the Cocoon'

14 January 2013 9:09 AM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

"Bones" Season 8 returns from its winter hiatus on Monday, Jan. 14 with a special double episode. The first of these episodes, "The Diamond in the Rough," deals with a murder that happens in the world of competitive ballroom dance. Judges and dancers from "So You Think You Can Dance" will guest-star to make it all seem more real.

What's with the title? You may have noticed in the first video that the body under examination is rather sparkly. Since "Bones" is a show that prides itself on disgusting bodies, it's kind of cool to see one that's actually pretty. Too bad Brennan (Emily Deschanel) will have to take off all the crystals.

By the time we get to the next clip, the team has identified the body. It turns out that she was a competitor in a dance show.

"Special K" -- isn't that a slang term for drugs? And is »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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Blu-ray, DVD, VOD, Digital Release: Citadel

11 January 2013 3:31 PM, PST | Disc Dish | See recent Disc Dish news »

Blu-ray, Digital, DVD & VOD Release Date: Jan. 29, 2013

Price: DVD $26.95, Blu-ray $29.95

Studio: Flatiron/Cinedigm/New Video

Aneurin Barnard and his young daughter are terrorized in Citadel.

The 2012 horror-thriller film Citadel asks a nifty question: How can you protect your family from evil when you’re afraid of everything?

Tommy Cowley (Aneurin Barnard) lives a quiet life in a decaying apartment complex with his very pregnant wife (Amy Shiels). The couple is attacked one day by a group of hooded young thugs, and after a shocking act of violence, Tommy is left to raise his newborn daughter alone. So shaken by the events that he’s developed extreme agoraphobia, Tommy alternates his days hiding out from imagined threats in his new flat and intense therapy sessions aimed at bringing him back to normalcy. When the same hooded gang—seemingly intent on kidnapping his daughter—begins terrorizing his life again, he’s torn »

- Laurence

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