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Netflix has released a brand new logo for its second Marvel series Jessica Jones, which you can see right here…
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“Ever since her short-lived stint as a Super Hero ended in tragedy, Jessica Jones has been rebuilding her personal life and career as a hot-tempered, sardonic, badass private detective in Hell’s Kitchen, New York City. Plagued by self-loathing, and a wicked case of Ptsd, Jessica battles demons from within and without, using her extraordinary abilities as an unlikely champion for those in need… especially if they’re willing to cut her a check.”
Jessica Jones stars Krysten Ritter (Breaking Bad) as Jessica Jones, Mike Colter (The Following) as Luke Cage, David Tennant (Doctor Who) as Kilgrave, Rachael Taylor (Transformers) as Trish Walker / Hellcat, Eka Darville (The Originals) as Malcolm, »
- Gary Collinson
Starz is setting sail on another season of “Black Sails,” the premium cabler announced Friday at the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The Season 4 renewal comes before the third season, which returns in 2016 with ten episodes. The fourth season of the pirate drama goes intro production in South Africa this fall.
Airing on Saturdays, “Black Sails” kicked off its second season in January with 860,000 same-night viewers and concluded in March with 668,000 viewers. That finale total rose to about 1.2 million in Nielsen’s “live plus-3” estimates.
Rick Kissell contributed to this report. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Back in March, it was revealed that Paramount Pictures is taking a unique approach to their lucrative Transformers franchise, putting together a writers room that will come up with ideas for Transformers 5 and other future sequels and spinoffs. The writers room is lead by Akiva Goldsman and includes Steven S. DeKnight (Daredevil), Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead), Art Marcum & Matt Holloway (Iron Man), Zak Penn (Pacific Rim 2), Jeff Pinkner (The Amazing Spider-Man 2), Andrew Barrer and Gabriel Ferrari (Ant-Man), Christina Hodson, Lindsey Beer, Ken Nolan and Geneva Robertson-Dorsett. While promoting the new season of Daredevil at the TCA press tour, Steven S. DeKnight revealed what it was like to work with these other writers, confirming that Transformers 5 will be written by Akiva Goldsman and Jeff Pinkner.
"It's that wonderful thing where features are now taking a page from television and getting people together to really try and plan things out. »
Transformer 5 is making announcements that the writing team has been selected. Now so far we know that Michael Bay has said he will not be involved with the directing but we’ve heard such announcements before. Mark Wahlberg has not said if he’ll return or not but it’s a sure bet he will. We know we will have a release date of 2017 and Jeff Pinkner and Akiva Goldsman have taken the helms as the writing team.
Steven DeKnight who was a showrunner on Daredevil announced this confirmed this and also that the franchise would be splitting for spinoffs and other projects as well. Jeff Pinkner has previously been attached to The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and shows like Alias and Fringe. Akiva Goldsman has also worked on Fringe, The Losers, I am Legend, and Deep Blue Sea.
While the franchise hasn’t been that well received with the latest »
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The living dead will be back to invade Orlando and Hollywood this fall, as respective The Walking Dead mazes will be featured at Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood, with the latter hosting The Walking Dead: Wolves Not Far maze:
Press Release (via Universal / AMC / PR Newswire): "Universal City, Calif. and Orlando, Fla., July 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The nation's insatiable appetite for AMC's "The Walking Dead" will continue to terrify Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resort when the most intense moments from season 5 of the critically-acclaimed, Emmy Award®-winning television series take a bite out of "Halloween Horror Nights," beginning Friday, September 18, 2015.
Attempts to evade the terror of the undead and the inhumane brutality of mankind will be the underlying theme of these mazes as guests navigate authentic three-dimensional recreations of one of television's most talked about shows, "The Walking Dead."
Following in the footsteps of "The Walking Dead" cast, »
- Derek Anderson
Irish filmmaker Lenny Abrahamson has been doing solid work from the jump, but it’s the work of this decade that has really launched him. 2012’s “What Richard Did” was so good it got lead actor Jack Reynor noticed in a big way: Michael Bay tapped him for his next “Transformers” film. That quickly led to Michael Fassbender agreeing to star in the awesome, oddball, outsider-rock comedy “Frank” in which the actor appeared with his face covered by a papier-mâché head for 90% of the movie. Next up for Abrahamson is “Room,” based on the bestselling 2010 novel by Emma Donoghue, who adapted the screenplay about a woman and her 5-year-old son, who live in confinement in a 10x10-foot single room. Escaping from the captivity in which they have been held for half a decade, the mother and child struggle to adjust to the strange, terrifying and wondrous world outside their one-room prison. »
- Edward Davis
Following his work as show runner on the first season of Marvel and Netflix's "Daredevil," Steven DeKnight became one of the names onboard the 'brain trust' of several notable writers assembled to help chart a course for the "Transformers" franchise.
Akiva Goldsman, Michael Bay, Steven Spielberg, and Lorenzo di Bonaventura serve as the supervisors of this 'brain trust' whose job is to produce not just more "Transformers" sequel story ideas but spin-offs, prequels, and possibly even animated films as part of a larger 'Transformers Cinematic Universe'. Speaking with IGN, he explained how it works:
"It's that wonderful thing where features are now taking a page from television and getting people together to really try and plan things out. It was a wonderful experience.
- Garth Franklin
Attention John Krasinski fans! Have we got a movie trailer for you. We give you 13 Hours, the brand new flick starring everyone's favorite lip synch champion (oh, and actor, too). The thriller comes from none other than Michael Bay, who seemingly decided to take a break from the land of Transformers and Ninja Turtles to focus on some ripped-from-the-headlines political material. The trailer, which just dropped, is your usual high-packed military action fare. In other words, if you liked Zero Dark Thirty, you'll love 13 Hours! Or something like that. But seriously, while the thriller appears to be a standard war movie at first glance, it's actually much more complex—and »
As Paramount plots to expand the Transformers franchise into a full-blown cinematic universe, it has assembled a crack team of Hollywood scribes led by Akiva Goldsman (Winter’s Tale), all of whom are tasked with laying the groundwork for the future of the franchise.
Steven S. DeKnight (Marvel’s Daredevil) is one member of said writers room, which also includes Zak Penn (The Incredible Hulk), Jeff Pinker (Lost), Art Marcum and Matt Holloway (Iron Man), The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, Andrew Barrer and Gabriel Ferrari (Ant-Man), Christina Hodson (Shut In), Lindsey Beer, Ken Nolan (Black Hawk Down) and Geneva Robertson-Dworet.
Recently, at the TCAs for Daredevil, DeKnight discussed what it’s like to be a member of such a sprawling team of writers and how he’s liking the jump from television to feature filmmaking:
You know, it’s that wonderful thing where features are now taking a page »
- Isaac Feldberg
If you were wondering what Michael Bay’s been up to after finishing the last Transformers, well the answer is this war drama based on real events, 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi. Of course it will have explosions, I mean what did you expect, it’s still a Michael Bay film. But aside from that […]
Read The Red Band Trailer for 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi on Filmonic.
Paramount Pictures just shared the first trailer for Michael Bay's "13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi," which is scheduled for release on January 15, 2016. (Should somebody pre-order a ticket for Hillary Clinton?)
The action thriller is based on the non-fiction book "13 Hours," which chronicled the September 2012 attack by militants at the American diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya. John Krasinski -- given no dialogue in this trailer, but clearly leaving "The Office" far behind -- stars with James Badge Dale, Max Martini, Pablo Schreiber, Toby Stephens, David Denman, Dominic Fumusa, and Freddie Stroma.
Michael Bay is best known for popcorn blockbusters like "Armageddon" and "Transformers," but he did give his trademark treatment to another real-life story in "Pearl Harbor," so it's possible he'll be doing something similar here. Is that a good thing?
Watch the trailer.
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- Gina Carbone
13 Hours trailer: Michael Bay’s real-life story of the soldiers of the Benghazi. 13 Hours trailer
The first trailer for Michael Bay‘s 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of The Benghazi has just bee released by Paramount Pictures UK. The film, Bay’s first non-Transformers movie since the really poorly received Pain and Gain.
The film is based on Mitchell Zuckoff’s nonfiction book 13 Hours, and will be released on 15th January, 2016 in the United States and the UK.
John Krasinski, Dominic Fumusa, James Badge Dale, Max Martini and Pablo Schreiber all star in the film which is written by Chuck Hogan who co-wrote The Strain series of vampire novels with Guillermo del Toro.
Here’s the official description for the book.
13 Hours presents, for the first time ever, the true account of the events of September 11, 2012, when terrorists attacked the Us State Department Special Mission Compound and a nearby CIA »
- Paul Heath
Taking a break from the Transformers franchise, Michael Bay has turned his attention to the 2012 terrorist attacks on an American compound in Libya for his new film 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, and you can check out the first trailer below…
13 Hours presents, for the first time ever, the true account of the events of September 11, 2012, when terrorists attacked the Us State Department Special Mission Compound and a nearby CIA station called the Annex in Benghazi, Libya. A team of six American security operators fought to repel the attackers and protect the Americans stationed there. Those men went beyond the call of duty, performing extraordinary acts of courage and heroism, to avert tragedy on a much larger scale.
This is their personal account, never before told, of what happened during the thirteen hours of that now-infamous attack. 13 Hours sets the record straight on what happened during a night that »
- Gary Collinson
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi arrives in cinemas in January. Here's the first trailer...
Before he presumably re-embarks on his Transformers movie adventures, Michael Bay has taken a very different turn for his next project. He's directed 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi, based on the non-fiction book by Michtell Zuckoff.
This tells the story of the half dozen security team members who defended the Us State Department Special Mission Compound in Benghazi, when it was attacked. This took place on September 11th 2012, and the movie will bring to the screen what happened that day.
Bay's cast for this one includes John Krasinksi, James Badge Dale, Pablo Schreiber, Max Martini and David Denman. Chuck Hogan has penned the script for the film, and the first trailer landed overnight. You can see it right here...
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi is scheduled for release on Friday 15th January 2016.
Rare is the day a trailer for a Michael Bay movie drops and it doesn't involve a bunch of morphing machines and crappy jokes, but today is one such day as Paramount has released both a green band trailer and also a slightly extended red band trailer for 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi. Set for a January 15, 2016 release, 13 Hours is a political drama based on Michael Zuckoff's account of the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack on a U.S. State Department compound in the Libyan city of Benghazi, which left one U.S. Ambassador and three other Americans dead. John Krasinski, James Badge Dale, Max Martini and David Denman star while Bay directs from a Chuck Hogan ("The Town") script. When it comes to Bay's work, I'm an honest-to-goodness fan of his first Transformers flick, but the franchise suffers seriously diminishing returns thereafter to the point I didn't even bother with its most recent installment. »
- Jordan Benesh
One of several projects surrounding the much heated topic of the 2012 attack on a U.S. Diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Michael Bay is the first director to tackle and explore the events of the September 11 and 12 Benghazi attacks. His film 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi is based on the Mitchell Zuckoff’s book 13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened at Benghazi. It follows the Marines both before and during the attack, veering closer to the war-torn action of American Sniper and away from the more conspiracy driven drama.
13 Hours stars James Badge Dale, John Krasinski, Toby Stephens, and Pablo Schreiber, and opens January 15, 2016. Watch the first trailer for the thriller above, which perhaps sadly includes no Transformers (or maybe they were there! That’s what Hillary Clinton has been hiding!).
The post Michael Bayghazi: Watch the trailer for Benghazi thriller ’13 Hours’ appeared first on Sound On Sight. »
- Brian Welk
It’s one of those days for unexpected trailers! Following the release of that hilarious first look at The Night Before, we now have the red-band preview for Michael Bay’s next movie. The divisive filmmaker is taking a break from the Transformers franchise for 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, a real-life story which deals with
The post First Trailer for Michael Bay’s 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi appeared first on HeyUGuys. »
- Josh Wilding
Yep, Michael Bay left behind his beloved CGI and “Transformers” series for a geopolitical drama. Titled “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi,” the film is based on Mitchell Zuckoff's book about the 2012 attack on an American compound in Libya where six members of a security team fought to defend the American diplomatic compound in Benghazi. The assault in the wake of 9/11 left U.S. ambassador J. Christopher Stevens dead. Bay has left “Transformers” before and returned to the series. He shot the muscle-head crime drama “Pain And Gain” in between “Transformers” movies and it wasn’t really much of a thing for him — at least he shot it and turned it around fast, no doubt because there was hardly any major VFX. Bay did the same thing with ’13 Hours’: it started shooting in April this year and it’s already due at the top of 2016. Read More: Retrospective: The »
- Edward Davis
Big-budget movies go into production without a completed script with some frequency, so it was notable when the team behind the “Transformers” film franchise assembled a "think tank" to hash out a plan for the future of the series. “Daredevil” season one showrunner Steven DeKnight was in this think tank, joined by “Walking Dead” creator Robert Kirkman, Andrew Barrer & Gabriel Ferrari (“Ant-Man”), Art Marcum & Matt Holloway (“Iron Man”), and Zak Penn (“X-Men: The Last Stand”) among others. Akiva Goldsman led the charge in charting the course for the future of the “Transformers” franchise. DeKnight was on hand at today’s TCA (Television Critics Association) press tour to talk about the first season of Netflix’s "Daredevil." When asked about the “Transformers” experience, DeKnight said that it was “wonderful” that movies are now taking a page from television. “It was a wonderful experience,” DeKnight enthused. “Akiva Goldsman was fantastic and Jeff Pinkner was phenomenal. »
- Roth Cornet
Michael Bay has taken a break from the explosions and battles of the Transformers franchise to work on something a little more intimate. With… explosions and battles. The first trailer for 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi is online. Written by Chuck Hogan, the script adapts Mitchell Zuckoff’s book 13 Hours: The Inside Account Of What Really Happened In Benghazi. The focus is on six members of a security team who took matters into their own hands and fought to defend the Us State Department Special Mission Compound in Libya when terrorists attacked the place. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and one of the compound’s workers died in the initial assault and two contractors were killed during another attack on a nearby CIA facility. With the likes of John Krasinski, James Badge Dale, Max Martini, Pablo Schreiber and David Denman as the troops at the centre of the true story, »
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