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Dylan O’Brien (“Teen Wolf”), Thomas Brodie-Sangster (Love Actually, “Game of Thrones”) and Will Poulter(The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader) star as three “Gladers,” teenagers who have been mysteriously stranded in the centre of an enormous maze in the upcoming The Maze Runner. The film, based on the best-selling Ya novel by James Dashner looks to be the male-leaning answer to The Hunger Games.
Why exactly were the boys abducted and left in the Glade? Why does Thomas (O’Brien) keep having dreams about an organization called W.C.K.D.? What exactly is in the maze? We will have to wait until September 19 to find out.
Check out the newest trailer and San Diego Comic-Con poster for The Maze Runner below! »
- Sasha James
There's already been two thrillers focusing on the arrival of doppelganger's in the lives of characters in both The Enemy starring Jake Gyllenhaal and The Double starring Jesse Eisenberg. Now one more will enter the mix late this summer, and it gives "Game of Thrones" star Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) to show her acting chops outside of the hit HBO series. Judging by the trailer for Another Me, this looks much more supernatural as the story follows a teenager named Fay who has her world thrown into chaos when she’s stalked by a mysterious doppelganger who wants nothing more than to take over her whole life. Watch it! Here's the first trailer for Isabel Coixet's Another Me, originally from Vulture: Another Me is written and directed by Isabel Coixet (My Life Without Me, The Secret Life of Word), based on Cathy MacPhail's novel of the same name. »
- Ethan Anderton
Chadwick Boseman does not look likes James Brown. He did not look like Jackie Robinson either before playing #42 in last year’s hit about the barrier-shattering athlete, but Boseman’s magnetism and charm made up for the actor’s leanness and lack of cosmetic similarity. Now, the young actor has mastered another legendary man of the 20th century, the groovy funkster whose howl on “I Got You (I Feel Good)” is still one of the most exhilarating moments in popular music.
As James Brown in Get On Up, Boseman wears a heavy jaw of make-up on his face, which could have been more distracting had the actor not nailed the slurred speech, the electric rasp, and the dazzling dancing feet of the pop music icon. It’s an performance that is as impressive as Jamie Foxx’s show-stopping turn as Ray Charles ten years ago. (Like Foxx, though, Boseman does »
- Jordan Adler
The first time I quit "Game of Thrones," in the midst of the prolonged setup that plagued season one, it came as a relief. No more referring to "that cute gay prince" (Renly) or "the thousand-year-old man" (Grand Meister Pycelle) in lieu of remembering their names; no more Daenerys brooding over her arranged marriage to Khal Drogo; no more directionless subplots to follow. The second time I quit "Game of Thrones," unable to bear watching as loyalists chattered in my ear about developments on the horizon, it came as a disappointment. The third time, I didn't quit "Game of Thrones." Instead, I learned to love it. HBO's fantasy epic, created by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss from George R. R. Martin's series of novels, has become the watercooler series of the moment. Since the show's 2011 premiere, its Sunday night audience has expanded from some two million viewers to more than seven million, »
- Matt Brennan
The movie follows a boy named Thomas (played by Teen Wolf’s Dylan O’Brien), who wakes up with no memory, trapped near a gigantic stone-walled maze called The Glade with a group of other young men. Every night, “runners” go into the maze and try to find a way out. No one has ever made it back alive.
We get a serious Lord of the Flies-meets-Hunger Games vibe, and I am 100% on board. Especially since the maze is filled with massive, mutated spider-like creatures called Grievers, who don’t look like they’re any fun to play with.
Wes Ball is directing, making his feature-length debut after primarily working in visual effects and shorts.
Ball seems like the man for the job, understandably so. »
- Harrison Okin
The global cultural phenomenon Game of Thrones returns for its fourth season on Blu-ray and DVD from HBO Home Entertainment on February 17, 2015 and is loaded with exclusive bonus content, including extensive guides and illustrated histories.
This hit HBO series has broken ratings records and topped The Sopranos to become the most popular show in the network's history. Season 4 continues this winning streak with 19 Emmy Awards nominations including Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Peter Dinklage) and Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (Lena Headey).
Each year, Game of Thrones continues to be one of the best-selling TV programs available on Blu-ray and DVD, and Game of Thrones: The Complete Fourth Season is packed with even more exclusive bonus content including roundtable discussions, on-set interviews, audio commentaries, and brand new animated histories giving fans hours of extensive, never-before-seen material.
In Season 4, while the Lannisters' hold »
With “Breaking Bad” over for almost a year and “Mad Men” winding down, “Game of Thrones” has officially clinched the title of “Everyone’s Favorite Show That No One WIll Stop Talking About,” though it could be said the show took the lead in the wake of the infamous “The Rains of Castamere” episode. The fantasy epic's popularity has afforded some members of the large ensemble opportunities to stretch their legs outside of Westeros. The latest to venture outside that brutal land? None other than Sansa Stark, Sophie Turner, courtesy of a new trailer indicating her new project. Following this year’s “Enemy” and “The Double” comes “Elegy” director Isabel Coixet’s “Another Me.” The new film follows Turner as the teenaged Fay, whose perfect life is upended when she’s stalked by a mysterious doppelganger who has her eyes set on assuming Fay’s identity. The trailer involves more »
- Cain Rodriguez
A few days ago it was reported that Star Wars: Episode VII was heading to the stormy shores in the South West of Ireland, specifically the secluded island of Skellig Michael, approximately 12km off the coast of County Kerry. Rumours ran rampant – like every single thread of Episode VII news – about who or what was going to be filmed.
It’s thought to be a second unit but that doesn’t mean that some of the big names won’t be making an appearance. Last night a few images popped up online of the production crew setting up, take a look below.
And while there’s is no actual pictures of J.J.Abrams or any of the original trilogy cast, some of the Hamill family have been captures on camera. Below are Mark Hamill’s wife Marilou, daughter Chelsea and two sons Griffin and Nathan arriving at Portmagee harbour. »
- Gavin Logan
The global cultural phenomenon Game of Thrones returns for its fourth season on Blu-ray and DVD from HBO Home Entertainment on 16th February 2015 and is loaded with exclusive bonus content, including extensive guides and illustrated histories. This hit HBO series has broken ratings records and topped The Sopranos℠ to become the most popular show in the network’s history. Season four continues this winning streak with 19 Emmy® Awards nominations including Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Peter Dinklage) and Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (Lena Headey). Extra Features Blu-ray – includes all DVD features plus: · In-Episode Guide – In-feature resource that provides background information about on-screen characters, locations and relevant histories. Histories & Lore – Learn about the mythology of Westeros as told from the varying perspectives of the characters themselves. DVD: · Behind the Battle for the Wall – Follow the cast and crew as they »
Film and TV's biggest annual convention, the San Diego Comic-Con, has wrapped up for 2014 and there was no shortage of incidents to set geek hearts aflutter.
From superhero showdowns, to a crossover involving two of Fox's most beloved families, Digital Spy rounds up 9 highlights from this year's Comic-Con below:
1. Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman make a dramatic debut
Warner Bros opened up their panel by bringing out the big guns, namely Batman v Superman stars Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot and director Zack Snyder. The studio unveiled the first look at Gadot's Wonder Woman before sending Hall H into a frenzy with footage of the Dark Knight and Man of Steel staring intensely at each other.
2. Game of Thrones introduces its season five cast
Craig Ferguson compered the panel for HBO's small screen hit, with the big headline being the reveal of nine new cast members for season five. »
Comic-Con 2014 sparked 1.7m social media mentions as Warner Bros dominated the conversation, according to social media experts Way To Blue.
Meanwhile Marvel Studio’s Avengers: Age Of Ultron panel came in as the fifth most-talked about property behind the aforementioned Dawn of Justice and TV shows Game Of Thrones, Teen Wolf andThe Walking Dead.
Ultron produced 173,782 mentions and 22,648 (13%) messages expressing intent to view.
On the TV side Game Of Thrones ruled them all, producing 201,681 mentions and 25,554 (13%) intent-to-view messages.
Warner Bros was the most buzzed-about studio on 37% of the pie, followed by Marvel Studios on 15%. Warner Bros’ Wonder Woman was the top superhero.
Females only just edged it in terms of gender influence in discussion of the »
- email@example.com (Jeremy Kay)
HBO has announced the cast that will feature in their original movie 7 Days In Hell, a sports mockumentary that is loosely based on a Wimbledon tennis match in 2010 which lasted for three days.
Heading the cast is the somewhat unusual pairing of former Saturday Night Live alumnus Andy Samberg (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) and Kit Harington (Game of Thrones), who will play tennis stars/enemies who become involved in an epic match which last for a whole week. The project has been conceived and written by Girls writer Murray Miller, and directed by Jake Szymanski, a veteran of both SNL and Funny Or Die.
Alongside Samberg and Harrington is a hugely impressive and eclectic cast of supporting players, including Michael Sheen (Masters of Sex), Karen Gillan (Guardians of the Galaxy), Fred Armisen (SNL), Will Forte (Nebraska), Mary Steenburgen (Step Brothers), June Squibb (Nebraska) and Lena Dunham (Girls).
Sure to be a must-see comedy event, »
- Scott Davis
Dreamworks brought three films—well, two films and a prop—to Comic Con 2014 and they didn't look terrible! Craig Ferguson was brought out as moderator, and much like the Game of Thrones panel, he completely killed it. He welcomed everyone to Comic Con, "the one week housecats dread all year." He also constantly mocked how terrified everyone is of Jeffrey Katzenberg and kept showing the audience the flowchart Dreamworks gave him of supposedly »
- Jason Adams
One expects to see Star Wars figures, Doctor Who, and the characters from Game of Thrones at the San Diego Comic-con…but I didn’t think I’d encounter Charlie Chaplin’s Little Tramp. Yet there he was, in a new rendering at Diamond International Galleries. It just shows you the vast reach of this pop-culture convention, which began as a gathering of comic-book fans and has grown exponentially in recent years. Nowadays it’s a valued launch pad for movies and TV shows, but I like to spend my time wandering the dealer’s floor checking out collectibles and people-watching. I also participated in four panel discussions this year, two of which I hosted. 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment...
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- Leonard Maltin
The Caped Crusader has made his mark on Comic-Con.
Warner Bros. left the San Diego fanfest on Sunday on a very high note, with “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” the most talked about film on Twitter, according to new data provided to Variety by research firms Mashwork and Way to Blue.
Around 73% of all emotional reactions to the trailer for the film, which will feature Batman and Superman on the bigscreen for the first time, considered it “amazing,” Mashwork said, while the reveal of Gal Gadot in costume as Wonder Woman was one of the biggest moments on Twitter, with the official photo from the studio retweeted over 7,000 times.
The first teaser of Batman lighting up the Bat signal and looking up to see Superman hovering in the distance with glowing red eyes, received 248,960 mentions and 24,550 (10%) intent-to-view mentions over the course of the convention, Way to Blue said.
- Marc Graser
Known for his work in the “Lord of the Rings” and “Indiana Jones” franchises, John Rhys-Davies will provide the voice of rock troll Pabbie, executive producer Adam Horowitz announced via Twitter on Monday.
We're thrilled to welcome John Rhys-Davies to the #OnceUponATime family as the voice of everyone's favorite rock troll — Pabbie! #ThisFall!—
Adam Horowitz (@AdamHorowitzLA) July 28, 2014
Davies’ TV credits include “Legend of the Seeker, »
- Shelli Weinstein
Once Upon a Time has added a familiar face — and a very familiar voice — to its Season 4 riff on Frozen.
The recurring character — who will first appear in Episode 3 — is described as “a well-bred prince with a serious chip on his shoulder,” a young man who burns to be king. (Mild spoiler alert for Frozen ahead!) Refined and well-spoken on the outside, Hans has a mean streak a mile wide and will do anything to claim the power and respect he thinks he deserves. »
The Cast Inside The Strain is back to dive into the latest episode of Guillermo Del Toro’s The Strain. This week’s outing, Gone Smooth, continues to give us an uncomfortable slow burning sensation as the inevitable vampire pandemic continues to build to an explosive game changing climax(or so we hope). Even though it may feel like it’s crawling to the eventual starting line, the latest episode packed in some great character beats and some of the biggest gross out moments yet.
This week’s episode of The Strain blows the lid off of Jim Kent’s motives to leak Cdc info and Dustin and I try and decide if we’d trade our loved ones at the risk of a vampire outbreak. The Goodweather custody battle over Zach continues as wel,l while our good friend the pilot and the sex crazed rockstar continue to lose »
- Caleb Masters
Update: This trailer has been removed at the request of the studio. Apologies for any inconvenience that this may cause.
Warner Brothers pulled out all the stops on Saturday morning by opening their Hall H panel at San Diego Comic-Con with Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. The highly anticipated Man of Steel sequel wasn’t scheduled to make an appearance at the convention, but we knew they couldn’t resist showing fans something, and oh, show something they did!
Not only did Zack Snyder bring out the film’s trio of stars, Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, and Gal Gadot, but he revealed the first official image of Gadot as Wonder Woman and showed off some great teaser footage. There unfortunately isn’t a high quality video available, and the footage likely won’t be officially released for a while, but we’ve managed to find a leaked copy, which »
- James Garcia
Which NCIS vet is getting an overdue origin story? Is Arrow‘s newcomer keeping secrets? Which Dexter alum is heading to Criminal Minds? Will a Castle quasi-couple finally get their due? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
Any new info on Arrow’s Ray Palmer would be appreciated! –Rida
Hmm, I do like to be appreciated. Playing the Arrow newcomer, onetime Superman Brandon Routh is (like onetime Lois Lane Teri Hatcher) “spectacular,” Ep Marc Guggenheim tells TVLine. “He has exceeded everyone’s wildest expectations. And what’s fun about the way Brandon interacts with »
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