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6 items from 2017

Take a first look at the in-production British film ‘Once Upon A Time In London’

13 April 2017 8:34 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

The very first images from the in-production Once Upon A Time In London have hit the web. The British gangster saga is now shooting in and around London, England and boasts an impressive cast that includes Leo Gregory, Terry Stone, Holly Earl, Dominic Keating, Geoff Bell, Jamie Foreman, Doug Allen, Andy Beckwith, Roland Manookian, Justin Salinger, Kate Braithwaite and Laura Carter.

The film will tell the story of notorious criminals Billy Hill (Gregory) and Jack Comer (Stone), who were active in London’s organised crime scene from the 1920s to the 1950s.

Simon Rumley (The Living and the Dead) is directing from a screenplay he co-wrote with Will Gilbey and Terry Stone.

In a recent interview with Screen Daily at the start of production this past week, Rumley revealed more about the plot:

“The story of Jack ‘Spot’ Comer, Billy Hill and their respective battles to become King of London »

- Paul Heath

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Horror Highlights: Splathouse Podcast, The Abduction Of Jennifer Grayson, Atomic Blonde, The Mason Brothers, Fashionista Q&A, Nightmare

28 February 2017 6:03 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Featured in today's Horror Highlights, we have Splathouse podcast's discussion of the 2001 movie The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra, DVD release details for The Abduction of Jennifer Grayson, the SXSW Film Festival poster for Atomic Blonde, details on The Mason Brothers' upcoming theatrical run, a Q&A with Fashionista director Simon Rumley, and a look at the short film Nightmare.

Splathouse Podcast Discusses The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra: From Splathouse: "Sleepy skeletons, spirited space aliens, and super-scientists are the focus of this week's show! That's right, we're profiling Larry Blamire's excellent comedy "The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra".

Two of the film's featured performers, Brian Howe ("Westworld") and Fay Masterson ("50 Shades Darker"), stop by to talk about their careers and their work on "Lost Skeleton..."

Our good friend Sarah Jane (aka @fookthis on Twitter and Letterboxed, and she of the Talk Film Society) stops by with her cinematic picks for fans of “Lost Skeleton. »

- Tamika Jones

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Glasgow Frightfest 2017: Simon Rumley Interview

21 February 2017 8:01 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Ahead of the UK premiere of his latest film Fashionista at Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow, Simon Rumley reveals why he’s a fan of drugs in film and his planned foray into London gangster land…

Fashionista finds you back in Austin after Red White and Blue. What excites you about Austin so much? Could Fashionista have been set anywhere else?

I had such a great experience on Red White & Blue for so many different reasons that it was only natural that, at some point, I’d return to Austin. With Tim League (exec producer), Paul Knauss (co-producer) and Karen Hallford (casting director) I’ve got a great bunch of friends who also happen to be great collaborators and they form the core of both films’ Austin based crew and most probably without them neither films would have happened. Beyond that, I love the unique style of Austin, the food, the music, »

- Phil Wheat

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Interview: Directors Kristoffer Nyholm and Anders Engström on Taboo

7 January 2017 3:53 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Thomas Roach chats with directors Kristoffer Nyholm and Anders Engström about Taboo

Back in November, we had the opportunity to sit down and talk to the directors of the new show TabooKristoffer Nyholm (who directed episodes 1-4) and Anders Engström (who directed episodes 5-8).

Speaking with Kristoffer Nyholm, he revealed what attracted him to the project. “I read the first two scripts. I thought they were fabulous. I had another project at that moment so I was unsure whether I was going to do it. Tom Hardy said ‘do you want to do this with me? Do you want to walk down that road?’ He said ‘we will go to the edge but we might fail’. I thought that was beautiful. I thought it was a personal story for Tom to do. He had strong ideas and instincts about where it was going.”

Nyholm was directing the first four episodes, »

- Thomas Roach

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Interview: Tom Hardy and Chips Hardy talk Taboo

3 January 2017 9:15 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Thomas Roach chats with Tom Hardy and Chips Hardy about Taboo

The new BBC series Taboo gets underway this weekend, and we caught up with the show’s creators Tom and Chips Hardy at the press junket, where they revealed that they have been working on the project for the last few years, and the initial idea came out of a conversation between the two.

“Tom and I wanted to explore a particular character that he had in mind,” said Chips. “We tried to create a world in which that character could operate. The character was a kind of conflicted hero. We also talked about the notion of landmark period drama. We wanted to make a period drama like the old ones. We didn’t have an absolute plan. It was always television.”

Tom said that there was not a clear time period in which the story would have taken »

- Thomas Roach

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Interview: Steven Knight on Taboo

3 January 2017 6:53 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Thomas Roach chats with Steven Knight about his new series Taboo starring Tom Hardy

Back in November, we had the opportunity to sit down and talk to Steven Knight about his new show Taboo, which features Tom Hardy in the lead role. When initially meeting Hardy to discuss writing Taboo, Knight took the opportunity to get Hardy involved with his movie Locke, stating that: “We came to an informal agreement that he would do Locke if I did Taboo. That’s how it began.”

Taboo was originally envisioned by Tom Hardy and his father Chips Hardy who had been developing this idea for several years. Knight revealed that the character of James Delaney and the historical period is what attracted him to the project: “I loved the possibilities of what this idea had that an adventurer goes to Africa comes back he’s done some terrible things. Then we follow his life. »

- Thomas Roach

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