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Jessica Simpson shares a stunning honeymoon photo - Us Weekly This is one of the cutest Blue Ivy photos ever - HuffPost Celebrity Taylor Swift reportedly wants to be like Jennifer Aniston - Gossip Girl Rafael Nadal and his girlfriend show off sweet Pda - Lainey Gossip You'll never guess Kris Jenner's latest branded product - People Game of Thrones' Maisie Williams has an epic airport rant - BuzzFeed Bad news for Bradley Cooper - Hollywood Reporter Find out why Channing Tatum accidentally got naked - TooFab Is Rachel McAdams's latest worth seeing? - Rotten Tomatoes Paris Hilton says her sex tape scandal made her not trust men - Wonderwall Emma Stone looks amazing out in NYC - The Frisky These actors' unscripted performances will wow you - Cracked Source: Getty / Paul Archuleta »
- Alyse Whitney
True Detective was a series which took everyone by surprise earlier this year. Created and written by Nic Pizzolatto and starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, it was a fascinating character study and a gripping crime thriller which had everyone talking and coming up with their own theories, and even theories on those theories.
The first season of True Detective (which consisted of eight episodes) was directed solely by Cary Joji Fukunaga, and while the Jane Eyre director seemed like an odd choice, there’s no doubting the fact that he did an incredible job. However, a commitment to adapting Stephen King’s It means that he will likely be too busy to return to direct so much as a single episode for the highly anticipated second season.
Since that was revealed, there has been some talk of hiring a number of different directors – similar to Game of Thrones and »
- Josh Wilding
Last week we got our first look at Michelle Monaghan (Source Code), Adam Sandler (Grown Ups), Josh Gad (Frozen) and Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones) in Chris Columbus’ (Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone) upcoming film Pixels, which tells the story of a group of gamers fending off an invasion from aliens who have taken the form of various 80s video game characters. Well, Sony has now issued a press release which reveals just which video game characters we’ll be seeing in the action comedy and it reads like a who’s who of the arcade:
Atari® Interactive: (Asteroids, Breakout, Centipede and Missile Command) Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd. (Frogger) Bandai Namco Games Inc. (Pac-man, Galaga, and Dig Dug) Nintendo (Donkey Kong) Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (Q*bert) Taito Corporation (Space Invaders) Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (Joust, Defender, Robotron and Wizard of Wor)
“In Pixels, when intergalactic aliens »
- Gary Collinson
In a shocking and dispiriting turn of events, Wally Pfister, the talented cinematographer of Inception, The Dark Knight and practically every other Christopher Nolan film, chose Transcendence, surely one of the most jaw-droppingly brainless sci-fi movies in years, as his first directing gig. And Pfister will hopefully get out just about unscathed from this agonizing trainwreck, because his consistently stylish and visually pleasing direction is the only reason Transcendence should get any stars.
But I still must ask, what was he thinking? How is it possible that an Academy Award winner who worked on one of the best and most thoughtful sci-fi films of the last decade could have looked at the story of Transcendence and thought, “Yup, sounds good”? I can’t think of a wannabe blockbuster in recent memory that has ever been as gruesomely mauled to death by its script as Transcendence – after learning that screenwriter Jack Paglen »
- Isaac Feldberg
Looks like Game of Thrones book purists may soon have another group of angry fans to commiserate with: At a recent Television Critics association panel, The Strain trilogy co-writer and show co-creator Guillermo del Toro and showrunner Carlton Cuse explained that the series will detour widely from the narrative laid out in the books, both changing the order of events and omitting some others. “[W]e will get there in a much more baroque way [than the books do],” said del Toro, with Cuse adding: “If you read the books and think that's the way its going to happen on the show, then you're wrong." Start sharpening your pitchforks, Strain trilogy fans. »
- Anna Silman
Avicii has some pretty big plans for his follow-up to True, as for the DJ’s sophomore outing, he’s set to collaborate with several exciting talents. Rolling Stone reports that Billie Joe Armstrong, Chris Martin, Serj Tankian, Wyclef Jean, Matisyahu and Jon Bon Jovi will all be lending their talents to Avicii’s next album.
“It’s going to be a lot more song-oriented,” the DJ/producer explained. “True was an attempt at that, getting electronic music in a song format.”
While the Martin collaboration makes sense, given that Avicii helped out on Coldplay’s A Sky Full of Stars, some of these other names are definitely surprising. I’m pretty curious as to what a collaboration with someone like Bon Jovi or Billie Joe Armstrong will sound like, though. After all, if there’s anyone who can successfully mix Edm and rock and roll together into one cohesive and fluent track, »
- Matt Joseph
“So Blake Lively just launched her Goop” is how someone explained Blake Lively’s new website to me a few hours ago. Now, I am not a cynical person. I believe in giving everything at least half a chance. I can acknowledge that Goop is a thing that people care about, even though nobody can figure out whether to spell it “Goop” or “goop” or “Goop.”
And to the extent that every generation needs their Goop–just like every generation needs a hero or a Highlander or a defining entry in the MarioKart series–Blake Lively seems like someone who could pull that off. »
- Darren Franich
• Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey has reportedly signed on to play former CIA agent Edwin Wilson in The Company Man. The film, written by Andrew Cypiot, will tell the true story of Wilson, who was convicted in 1983 of illegally selling weapons to Libya, but had all charges overturned in 2003 after years of imprisonment. The True Detective Emmy nominee is said to also be in the process of finding a director for the film. [Deadline]
• Sandra Bullock is about to throw one big Tupperware party. The Oscar winner will star as Brownie Wise in Tupperware Unsealed, based on writer Bob Kealing’s non-fiction »
- Jake Perlman
In the last twenty years, television has clawed its way out from beneath the detritus of hokey soap operas, and become a worthy opponent to its evil twin – film. There was a time when the term ‘box set’ was bandied around at Christmas as a cheap alternative to real presents. Not an image that immediately conjured to mind sweat pants, a take away and a few sickies. It stands to reason that with such a glut of supreme television offerings, after all the medium has given us The Sopranos, Breaking Bad, The Wire, Game Of Thrones, that another export from the big screen has made the transition as well.
While great villains used to be a bastion of movie land, where Darth Vader swung his lightsaber and Hannibal Lecter formerly sucked his teeth, the transition to higher quality productions and greater, more expensive writing has seen the rise of great TV villains, »
- Gem Seddon
Listen up, trick-or-treaters! Right now we have the skinny on the single most eagerly anticipated home video release of this year, Scream Factory/Anchor Bay's Halloween: The Complete Collection Blu-ray set.
Loomis once proclaimed that we "don't know what death is." That may bet true, but after this we'll at least we know we'll die smiling!
Halloween Box Set Release Details
Anchor Bay Entertainment and Scream Factory proudly announce the bonus features and technical specifications for the September 23rd Halloween Complete Collection Blu-ray™ set. This new set boasts a wealth of New bonus features including 7 brand New featurettes, 3 brand New commentaries, 4 brand New interviews – with many of the participants sharing their thoughts about the franchise for the first time -- and New transfers and audio specs on selected titles.
- Steve Barton
Star Trek fans and Game Of Thrones fans….prepare to lap this one up, as Kahn and Tywin Lannister star in Imitation. Publicity on this has been relatively low key and this one kinda slipped in under the radar, however it looks to be pretty gripping stuff. It’s got a solid cast and a solid cast that can act their balls off too. It follows the story of Alan Turning and his team at Britain’s top secret code-breaking centre, Bletchley Park during the darkest days of World War II. It was Turing who was the pioneer of modern day computing and of course was credited with cracking the German Enigma code. Check out the first trailer below and see what you think! We reckon this is one to keep your eyes peeled for. The movie is premiering at the London Film Festival and then goes on release on »
- email@example.com (Vic Barry)
Brody Jenner walked in on Kim Kardashian's sexy selfie shoot - Us Weekly Casey Kasem's body is reportedly missing - HuffPost Celebrity Taylor Swift hangs out with Karlie Kloss in NYC - Lainey Gossip Which Game of Thrones star is upset with British Airways? - Dlisted 26 Disney Channel stars sing along to Frozen - Et Taylor Lautner goes shirtless in the trailer for Cuckoo - JustJared Jessica Lowndes shares a supersexy bikini snap - The Blemish Sarah Hyland is taking cues from Sofia Vergara - Hollywood Tuna Is Scarlett Johansson getting hitched next month? - Pink Is the New Blog Chris Brown threw a charity kickball game - The Superficial Source: Getty / Denise Truscello »
- Brittney Stephens
Yahoo will platform the drama in an exclusive slot before The Weinstein Company releases the film theatrically in the Us on August 29.
“Every day we help Yahoo users find inspiring and entertaining content,” said Yahoo chief marketing officer Karhy Savitt. “We are excited to bring One Chance, a fresh and emotionally compelling film to Yahoo Screen, thanks to our new partnership with the Weinstein Company.”
One Chance premiered at Toronto last year. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark of “Game of Thrones,” finally figured out how to stick ‘em with the pointy end — the pointy end of her social media account, at least. The 17-year-old HBO star's character is famous for her fiery spirit, adaptive nature, and relative proficiency with a sword, but in real life she's making a name for herself as a disgruntled airline customer. After being refused entrance to British Airways’ business class lounge for being under age (she won't turn 18 until April 2015) and unaccompanied by an adult, the up-and-coming starlet aired her grievances Sunday on Twitter. See »
- Travis Reilly
Contrary to popular belief, the Queen's Guard is not just outside Buckingham Palace for show. But what a show the royal regiment put on last week! During the morning changing of the guard one day, the soldiers positively thrilled the crowd with a rendition of the Game of Thrones theme. While there's always some sort fanfare set to music, the homage to the fantastical Emmy-nominated HBO drama came as a delightful surprise. It was already well known, of course, that Queen Elizabeth II is a major fan, the monarch having visited the series' Belfast set last month. The only question is, does she watch promptly on Sunday nights, or does she take advantage of the DVR and enjoy a little »
Diesel, who is also a producer, is set to star as the titular witch hunter who teams up with his enemy, a female witch played by Rose Leslie (Game of Thrones), to stop a plague on humanity unleashed by the covens of New York City. It is unclear yet what role Caine will play in the film.
Directed by Breck Eisner (Sahara), the script is beingre-written by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless (Dracula Untold), based on a pitch by Cory Goodman (Priest). Melisa Wallack (Dallas Buyers Club) was also involved at one point.
- Scott Davis
The Last Witch Hunter has been cooking in the cauldron for years, but now it’s finally starting to take shape. We recently reported that Game of Thrones actress Rose Leslie had joined Vin Diesel in the supernatural action film, and it’s now been revealed that the legendary Michael Caine has joined the cast.
Variety reports that Michael Caine will play a yet-to-be-unveiled character opposite Vin Diesel and Rose Leslie, who play a witch hunter and witch, respectively. Summit’s The Last Witch Hunter is set to be directed by Breck Eisner (The Crazies remake). The film has been in development for years and could finally start filming in Pittsburgh this August. Originally pitched and written by Cory Goodman (Priest), the script was re-worked by Burk Sharpless and Matt Sazama (Gods of Egypt) before recently getting a polish from Melisa Wallack (Dallas Buyers Club). D. W. Harper also worked on the screenplay. »
- Derek Anderson
Honeymoon, the chilling directorial debut of Leigh Janiak, features rising stars Rose Leslie (HBO’s "Game of Thrones") and Harry Treadaway (Showtime's "Penny Dreadful"). Janiak co-wrote the film with Phil Graziadei; Patrick Baker and Esmé Howard produced.
Newlyweds Paul (Treadaway) and Bea (Leslie) want to spend their honeymoon at a cabin in the woods. But the lovely romantic moment quickly disappears when odd events, such as the appearance of a mysterious light, the unexpected disappearance of Bea, and her strange return, completely hurt and acting differently, are destined to tear them apart.
Magnet Releasing will release the film on iTunes/On Demand and in theaters September 12, 2014.
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- Steve Barton
Every few years we get a time travel movie. The last one of any note (that I can remember, at least) was Looper, which starred Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a man who ends up having to assassinate himself in the future. Now Ethan Hawke is taking a swing at the same subgenre with his role in Predestination.
The film features Hawke as a Temporal Agent – that is, the kind of law enforcement official who prevents crimes before they happen. He’s sent on a series of time-traveling journeys to ensure that his career carries on infinitely into the future. Now on his final assignment, he searches for the criminal that has escaped him throughout time.
The first trailer for Predestination shows us a good bit of time-jumping and tries most manfully to set up the premise of the film without giving the game away. There’s a lot of semi-recognizable time-travel mumbo jumbo, »
- Lauren Humphries-Brooks
Another flick playing at this year's Fantasia Film Festival is Michael and Peter Spierig's (Undead, Daybreakers) latest film, Predestination; and on tap right now for all you cats wondering what's cookin' up North is the trailer. Dig it!
The Spierig brothers wrote the original screenplay based on the classic Robert A. Heinlein short story "All You Zombies." It chronicles the life of a temporal government agent sent on an intricate series of time-travel journeys designed to stop future killers.
Predestination chronicles the life of a Temporal Agent sent on an intricate series of time-travel journeys designed to ensure the continuation of his law enforcement career for all eternity. Now, on his final assignment, the Agent must recruit his younger self while »
- Steve Barton
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