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Rlj Entertainment Acquires Nicolas Cage Thriller 'Pay the Ghost'

6 August 2015 10:15 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: Alison Brie Is 'Sleeping With Other People,' Nic Cage Will 'Pay The Ghost,' Helen Mirren Sees 'Eye In The Sky' & More  "Pay the Ghost," directed by Uli Edel ("The Baader Meinhof Complex") and starring the illustrious Nicolas Cage, has been acquired by Rlj Entertainment for U.S. distribution. The thriller also stars Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori Grimes in "The Walking Dead") and German actress Veronica Ferres. The official synopsis reads: "One year after his young son disappeared during a Halloween carnival, Mike Cole (Cage) is haunted by eerie images and terrifying messages he can't explain. Together with his estranged wife (Callies), he will stop at nothing to unravel the mystery and find their son—and, in doing so, he unearths a legend that refuses to remain buried in the past." Mark Ward, Rlj Entertainment's Chief Acquisitions Officer, said, "The intense action and scares in 'Pay the Ghost'. »

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The Fantastic Four Film You Weren’t Meant To See

2 August 2015 2:31 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

With the forthcoming Fantastic Four movie about to arrive in cinemas, Neil Calloway looks at a doomed attempt to start the franchise…

The latest Fantastic Four film is the second attempt to reproduce the comic characters on the big screen; everyone knows about the film made in 2005 and its 2007 sequel, both of which did respectable, if not stratospheric business at the box office.

Less well-known is the 1994 film The Fantastic Four. The 1990s were an odd time for films based on Marvel Comics; 1990 saw the release of a Captain America movie starring the son of the guy who wrote The Catcher in the Rye. Marvel seemed to be concentrating more on animated television shows than big budget live action films, and those of you who watched the first episode of the Flickering Myth Movie Show will know that various Marvel properties were owned by different studios in the 1990s, before »

- Neil Calloway

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First Image: Nicolas Cage & Scorched Spirit in Pay the Ghost

4 May 2015 9:42 AM, PDT | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

Uli Edel, the director of cult favorite Christiane F., as well as The Baader Meinhof Complex and Body of Evidence has teamed with Nicolas Cage for supernatural, Halloween-set horror film, Pay the Ghost. See the spooky first image of a scorched spirit confronting Cage here.  In Pay the Ghost, “almost a year after his young…

The post First Image: Nicolas Cage & Scorched Spirit in Pay the Ghost appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »

- Samuel Zimmerman

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The Geographic Setup of the Oscar’s Foreign-Language Category in the 21st Century

5 January 2015 9:06 AM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

By Anjelica Oswald

Managing Editor 

The nine foreign-language films shortlisted by the Academy hail from three continents: South America, Europe and Africa. From South America, Argentina’s Wild Tales and Venezuela’s The Liberator made the list. From Africa, Mauritania’s Timbuktu did as well. From Europe, Estonia’s Tangerines, Georgia’s Corn Island, the Netherlands’ Accused, Poland’s Ida, Russia’s Leviathan and Sweden’s Force Majeure all made the top nine.

This year could mark the first Oscar nomination for Estonia, Georgia, Mauritania (whose film was the country’s first Oscar-submitted film) and Venezuela. Argentina, the Netherlands, Poland and Sweden have each received two Oscar nominations in the past 14 years. Of those four countries, Argentina is the only one to win an Oscar, which it did in 2010 for The Secret in Their Eyes. If Russia lands a nomination, it will be the country’s second in the 21st century. »

- Anjelica Oswald

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