19 items from 2015
Yesterday, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter star Milla Jovovich shared the first photos from the Cape Town, South Africa set, which showed off some bloody neck wounds during the actress' makeup test. Earlier today, the actress shared yet another photo from her latest round of makeup tests on her Instagram page, which has makeup artist Christina Smith applying a large cut to the actress' cheek while her husband and director Paul W.S. Anderson looks on. Here's what the actress had to say on her Instagram page.
"More "Alice" make up tests with @christinaslashes and our director came in for a peek. ߘɰߒ#moreblood #hero #residentevilmovie #capetowndiary"
Production is slated to begin in South Africa later this week on Resident Evil 6, and we'll be sure to get an official update from Milla Jovovich through her social media channels, as soon as principal photography is under way. Production was actually slated to begin last summer, »
After being delayed due to Milla Jovovich's pregnancy, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter is finally ready to roll, with production beginning later this week. To tease her return as Alice, the actress has posted two new photos on Instagram. The first shows off Alice's chest wounds, which aren't as bad as expected. Just some minor bruising and scratches. The second photo is a costume tag, which confirms what we've suspected all along. That Alice really is the hero of this franchise.
It isn't known exactly what day shooting will begin on Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, but Milla Jovovich will let us know as soon as the first slate is cracked. Production prep on the 6th installment of the long-standing series began several weeks ago in South Africa, with the actress and her husband, director Paul W.S. Anderson both on location. Milla Jovovich has appeared in every single live-action Resident Evil movie, »
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As the last chapter in Paul Ws Anderson’s zombie action series edges closer to production, one of the sequel’s returning stars has opened up on the future of the franchise. Bearing the title Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, it certainly exerts a finality to proceedings, which hasn’t stopped the juggernaut series continuing after earlier sequels brandishing the equally dubious subtitles Afterlife, Extinction and Apocalypse. However, according to Ali Larter – who reprises her role as Claire Redfield – this actually is the last sequel.
“I know it is,” Larter told IGN when asked about The Final Chapter living up to its name. “We are not allowed to say one thing. I am held to secrecy, but what I can tell you is that the script is amazing. They’re really wrapping up the whole series, so that just makes it a little more poignant. To be able to come »
- Gem Seddon
Check out the trailer and clip for the upcoming drama, Unsullied.
The film is the directorial debut of former Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end and NFL Super Bowl champion Simeon Rice.
Directed by Rice and co-written by Rice and John Nodilo, Unsullied is a suspense thriller that follows Reagan, a track star, who is kidnapped by a pair of sociopaths after her car breaks down on a deserted road.
Trapped and afraid, Reagan soon realizes her captors love the thrill of “the hunt,” and she is the hunted. Reagan must use her wits and physical prowess to escape her tormentors and find her way to freedom, while putting together the pieces of a horrifying puzzle.
“Unsullied is a modern suspense thriller. I based it on the films I like – hoping »
- Michelle McCue
Claire Redfield is back for more zombie-killing mayhem. Deadline is reporting that Ali Larter (Legends) has officially signed on to reprise her role as Redfield in the final installment of Screen Gems' Resident Evil series, which is tentatively titled Resident Evil: The Final Chapter. This will be Larter's third film in the franchise following appearances in 2007's Resident Evil: Extinction and 2010's Resident Evil: Afterlife. As far as fans of the franchise know, her character is currently a prisoner of the evil Umbrella Corporation. The upcoming final chapter is set to kick off production this September in South Africa and also features the returns of director/writer Paul W.S. Anderson and franchise star Milla Jovovich. Others rumored to return include Wentworth Miller, Sienna Guillory, Spencer Locke, Shawn Roberts, Li Bingbing, and Johann Urb. What do you guys think? Who else would you want to see return? Sound off with your thoughts below! »
With production scheduled to begin next month in South Africa, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter has brought in Ali Larter to portray Claire Redfield. This final installment of the Resident Evil franchise will be Ali Larter's third time portraying Claire Redfield, following 2007's Resident Evil: Extinction and 2010's Resident Evil: Afterlife. Milla Jovovich is coming back as Alice, but no other cast members have been officially confirmed at this point.
Production on this sequel has been delayed a few times, following the 2012 release of Resident Evil: Retribution. Filming was supposed to begin on Resident Evil: The Final Chapter in the fall of 2013, but that never came to pass. Last year, Milla Jovovich announced on her Facebook page that shooting was being pushed by one year, due to the actress' pregnancy. Production is still slated to take place in Cape Town, South Africa, which is where pre-production was taking place when the delay was announced. »
Ali Larter is back as Claire Redfield Deadline brings word that “Legends” and former “Heroes” star Ali Larter is set to reprise the role of Claire Redfield for the upcoming Resident Evil: The Final Chapter. Larter previously played the character in Resident Evil: Extinction and Resident Evil: Afterlife. Larter joins a cast that includes Milla Jovovich as…
- Spencer Perry
The story picks up after the events of 'Retribution' as Project Alice is forced to race against time before the villainous Red Queen attempts to destroy the final remnants of humanity.
This will mark Larter's third film in the series, she first appeared in the third film "Resident Evil: Extinction" in 2007 and reprised the role in 2010's fourth film "Resident Evil: Afterlife". Paul W.S. Anderson returns to direct from a script he wrote and will produce alongside Robert Kulzer, Jeremy Bolt, and Samuel Hadida.
Filming begins this September in South Africa.
Source: Deadline »
- Garth Franklin
After a long delay, it looks like the eagerly-awaited Resident Evil: The Final Chapter is finally ready to get off the ground. Franchise star Milla Jovovich confirms that production prep on the 6th installment of the long-standing series will begin this week in South Africa. She doesn't give an exact start date for shooting to take place, but expect it to be soon. The actress, who has appeared in every single Resident Evil movie, will reprise her role as Alice. And she has shared an instagram photo of her first face cast as effects work gets underway.
It was last August that Milla Jovovich and her husband and director Paul W.S. Anderson announced that Resident Evil: The Final Chapter was getting delayed. The pair were expecting their second child together, and due to the extensive stunt regime that Milla has to undertake as Alice, they thought it would be better »
MTV's bringing some scares to San Diego, offering two horror genre panels for fans to attend at this year's Comic-Con: a Scream: The TV Series panel on Friday, July 10th, and a Kevin Smith-moderated Teen Wolf panel on Thursday, July 9th.
Press Release: "Santa Monica, CA (June 25, 2015) – MTV will take San Diego Comic-Con by storm with the return of Comic-Con favorite and hit drama series “Teen Wolf” for the sixth time and convention debuts of highly-anticipated shows “Scream: The TV Series” and “The Shannara Chronicles.”
For the first time in network history, MTV will be on-the-ground with its own branded booth, giving fans an all-new interactive experience when they hit the floor of the San Diego Convention Center. Fans will be treated to exclusive swag and the opportunity to meet and get autographs from a slew of MTV talent set to stop by.
In addition, MTV will once again sponsor the Sdcc wi-fi. »
- Derek Anderson
There's something amusing about sitting down to talk to Irish actor Jason O'Mara about playing George Washington, arguably the greatest American in our nation's history, in the latest take on America's founding in the History Channel's Sons of Liberty, out now on Blu-Ray. Nationalism aside, anytime anyone takes on the task or bringing Washington to life, they take on a huge responsibility. George Washington, historically, is an anomaly; one who has as many myths and legends surrounding him to rival even King Arthur. And the comparison is fair, as many consider Washington the "American King," which would have rubbed the real Washington the wrong way.
From wooden teeth to chopping down cherry trees, the way 18th century writers painted him, Washington came off as larger than life, when really, he was a so-so general who lost more battles than he won, was deeply isolationist (preferring America to not meddle »
Cinelinx had the opportunity to speak with Charlie Clouser, formerly of Nine Inch Nails, about his score for the new TV series Wayward Pines. Join us as we get an exclusive in-depth look at the techniques and inspiration behind the music for this hit new show.
Charlie Clouser is a multi-instrumentalist composer, musician, producer, programmer and remix artist who has worked with some of the seminal recording artists of the last twenty years. Charlie came into prominence as a member of Nine Inch Nails from 1994-2000. Before joining the band as keyboardist/programmer, he’d already built a following with his extreme synth work and remixes for Prong, Marilyn Manson, White Zombie, and others. Charlie’s first film scoring effort, Saw, became an instant cult classic. His scores for the subsequent Saw series continue to define the films. Raw, grinding, propulsive, punctuated by incredible layers of sound and energy, they »
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"Wayward Pines" is earning quite a lot of chatter with only a couple of episodes having been broadcast. Matt Dillon, Terrence Howard, Carla Gugino, Juliette Lewis and Melissa Leo are among the cast, while M. Night Shyamalan directed the pilot and is executive producing the series. But another key player establishing the mood of the show has been composer Charlie Clouser, and today we have a couple of exclusive tracks from this week's episode "Our Town, Our Law." Clouser might be best known as a one-time member of Nine Inch Nails, but he's made a strong footprint in the television- and film-composing fields. He's scored seven "Saw" films, "Resident Evil: Extinction" and "Death Sentence," as well as the main title theme music for "American Horror Story." And the tracks below from "Wayward Pines," "Please Stay" and "Forest Kitchen," highlight his ability to conjure stirring, eerie and...
- Kevin Jagernauth
"Wayward Pines" is earning quite a lot of chatter with only a couple of episodes having been broadcast. Matt Dillon, Terrence Howard, Carla Gugino, Juliette Lewis and Melissa Leo are among the cast, while M. Night Shyamalan directed the pilot and is executive producing the series. But another key player establishing the mood of the show has been composer Charlie Clouser, and today we have a couple of exclusive tracks from this week's episode "Our Town, Our Law." Clouser might be best known as a one-time member of Nine Inch Nails, but he's made a strong footprint in the television- and film-composing fields. He's scored seven "Saw" films, "Resident Evil: Extinction" and "Death Sentence," as well as "American Horror Story." And the tracks below from "Wayward Pines," "Please Stay" and "Forest Kitchen," highlight his ability to conjure stirring, eerie and evocative »
- Kevin Jagernauth
There are some excellent videogame-influenced movies out there. They're just not based on videogames...
No, no, this isn’t a list of the worst movies ever made. It’s a choice selection of films from the last 20 years that have been based on videogames. And as you can see, it makes for grim reading. But why is that?
But before we get into that, some brief history.
“Videogames can never be art.”
Despite the huge success of the gaming industry, which is now the most profitable form of entertainment, videogames are still seen an inferior art form. The late, great Roger Ebert famously kicked a beehive in 2010 when he proclaimed that “Videogames can never be art.”, Long story short, »
It looks like what's said to be the final Resident Evil movie will shoot this summer. Entitled Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, the sixth film in the series will once again be directed by Paul W S Anderson, and Milla Jovovich will be reprising the role of Alice in the movie.
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter was originally set to start shooting last year, but was put on hold when it was revealed that Anderson and Jovovich were expecting their second child together.
That happy event is edging closer, and Jovovich has now posted an update on her Facebook page, as she nears her due date. And in that update, she dropped the following line:
"I'm really proud of myself for not gaining the same amount of weight that I did with our first child (75 lbs. »
We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting the recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes a trailer for Bloodsucking Bastards, Phantasmagoria, and The Scarehouse, The Boston Horror Show lineup for 2015, Zombie with a Shotgun episode details, a Q&A with Ninjas vs Monsters director, Justin Timpane, and much more:
Bloodsucking Bastards Trailer and Premiere Details: “An Office Space meets Shaun of the Dead action-packed vampire comedy, Bloodsucking Bastards stars Fran Kranz as Evan Sanders, a dutiful and overworked employee stuck at a soul-killing corporation with his beautiful co-worker and girlfriend Amanda (Emma Fitzpatrick) and his slacker best friend Tim (Joey Kern). Evan’s world begins to crumble when Amanda dumps him and his boss Ted (Joel Murray) hands his coveted promotion to his nemesis Max (Pedro Pascal). When his officemates start going through disturbing changes and bodies begin to pile up, Evan must »
- Tamika Jones
XLrator Media has acquired the U.S. distribution rights for the super natural thriller The Diabolical. The film stars Ali Larter and is the feature film debut of Alistair Legrand. He co-wrote the script with Luke Harvis. The film co-stars Arjun Gupta, Max Rose Chloe Perrin, Merrin Dungey and Patrick Fischler.The Diabolical stars Ali Larter (Final Destination, Resident Evil: Extinction, "Heroes," TNT's "Legends") as the divorced mother of two children who are awoken nightly in their quiet suburban home by an increasingly strange and threatening presence. She desperately seeks help from her scientist boyfriend who begins a hunt to destroy the violent spirit that paranormal experts are too frightened to undertake. "Combining the relentless terror of The Conjuring with startling twists that take the film into an entirely...
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19 items from 2015
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