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Last month, Sony Pictures released both a domestic and international trailer for Goosebumps, an adaptation of R.L. Stine's popular book series. Today, Sony Pictures Brazil has released the second international trailer that includes plenty of new footage featuring Jack Black as R.L. Stine himself. We also get a look at a thrilling sequence involving a massive ferris wheel rolling down a hill.
Upset about moving from a big city to a small town, teenager Zach Cooper (Dylan Minnette) finds a silver lining when he meets the beautiful girl, Hannah (Odeya Rush), living right next door. But every silver lining has a cloud, and Zach's comes when he learns that Hannah has a mysterious dad who is revealed to be R.L. Stine (Jack Black), the author of the bestselling Goosebumps series. It turns out that there is a reason why Stine is so strange... he is a prisoner of »
The Casting Society of America (Csa) is kicking off its 31st year right with an exciting list of TV, theater, Web series, and short film nominees for their Artios Awards, set to take place at the height of awards season on Jan. 21. Recognized in the comedy TV series category are last year’s winner Jennifer Euston (“Orange Is the New Black”), who was also nominated in the TV pilot comedy category for Netflix’s “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”; Jeanne McCarthy, the CD behind “Silicon Valley” who also cast the five–time Oscar nominated “Foxcatcher” and landed Amy Adams her Golden Globe–winning role in “Big Eyes;” Eyde Belasco for the groundbreaking Amazon original “Transparent,” starring Jeffrey Tambor; and others. In the TV drama category: Debra Zane for “Bloodline”; Leah Daniels Butler for “Empire”; Nina Gold for “Game of Thrones”; Mark Saks for “The Good Wife”; and Laray Mayfield for “House of Cards” were all recognized. »
Reddit has unearthed what appears to be all 13 episode titles for the debut season of Marvel’s Jessica Jones, which is due to premiere on Netflix in the fall.
While it’s worth taking each and every one with a grain of salt, the list is semi-believable in that each episode bears an ‘Aka’ prefix. Rather than aping Friends‘ ‘The One With/Where’, Marvel’s yet-to-be-unconfirmed listing is merely referring to the titular character’s past as a superheroine. Nowadays, though, the show’s lead – to be played by Big Eyes‘ Krysten Ritter – spends her time as a New York City private detective, specializing in the corrupted underbelly of Hell’s Kitchen. Cue the Marvel ties.
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Without further ado, here’s the comprehensive episode listing per Reddit, though again, this content plan hasn’t been confirmed by Marvel.
1×01 – Aka Ladies Night (52m)
1×02 – Aka Crush Syndrome »
- Michael Briers
Winona Ryder is to star in 'Beetlejuice 2'. The 43-year-old actress has revealed she's been cast alongside Michael Keaton and Tim Burton in the much-discussed sequel to 1988 original, which also starred Alec Baldwin. Asked whether there was any truth to the 'Beetjuice' speculation, Winona said: ''Um, I think I can confirm it, because Tim Burton did this interview - like, it was very hush hush, top secret ... and then he was doing some press for 'Big Eyes' and he did an on-camera interview and he said, 'Oh yeah we're doing it and Winona's going to be in it,' and I was like [shocked face].'' Last year, Tim Burton admitted a 'Beetlejuice' sequel was possible, but only if Michael Keaton could be tempted back to play the starring role. He said: ''There's only one Beetlejuice, and that's Michael. There is a script, and I would »
Winona Ryder has confirmed that she will be returning for the sequel to Beetlejuice. The actress, who will next be seen in the TV series Show Me A Hero with Alfred Molina confirmed her part on late-night TV in the Us.
“It was very hush-hush, top secret”, she added, “and then he was doing some press for Big Eyes and he did an on-camera interview and he said, ‘oh yeah, we’re doing it and Winona’s going to be in it’. So can I say…? I mean if he said it. But I really don’t know much more than anybody else”.
The actress also revealed that she gets asked to say Beetlejuice three times every time she goes through airport security – which is kinda cool, right?
Watch the full interview below. »
- Paul Heath
Just because we've not heard anything on the project for a little while, it doesn't mean there hasn't been progress. Plans remain afoot for Beetlejuice 2, which Tim Burton may well be getting to after he's finished directing his current project, Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children.
Michael Keaton is set to reprise the title role for the new movie, which is being penned by Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg. And now Winona Ryder too has confirmed she's set to return for the movie.
"It was very hush-hush, top secret", she said, "and then he was doing some press for Big Eyes and he did an on-camera interview and he said, 'oh yeah, »
The Weinstein Company's Julie Rapaport is leaving for Amazon Studios, where she will serve as a development executive as production head Ted Hope and his boss Roy Price's original feature film slate rapidly expands. Rapaport began seven years ago at TWC as assistant to Weinstein COO and dealmaker David Glasser, who will be exiting the company this Fall. Rapaport's projects include October-dated "Burnt," whose awards chances look slim, as well as "Big Eyes," "August: Osage County" and "The Giver." This is the latest shakeup at the cash-strapped Weinstein Company, which recently shifted "Macbeth" from its main slate to the autonomous Radius for a late 2015 theatrical release, to be followed by VOD play on Amazon in early 2016. Read More: Tom Quinn and Jason Janego Are Leaving Radius-twc The hire comes as Amazon readies for the hot Toronto acquisitions market, where Rapaport will trawl next month alongside Amazon's other new hire, »
- Anne Thompson and Ryan Lattanzio
Rapaport had launched her career at TWC under David Glasser, who announced earlier this month that he was leaving his post as chief operating officer.
It’s the second notable hire in recent weeks for Amazon in the wake of Ted Hope being appointed film chief. Scott Foundas, who has served as Variety‘s chief film critic for the past two years, will be joining Amazon as a film acquisitions and development executive next week.
- Dave McNary
Julie Rapaport has left the Weinstein Company and joined Amazon Studios as a development executive in its feature film department, TheWrap has learned. Rapaport most recently served as senior VP of production and development at the Weinstein Company, where she oversaw films such as John Wells’ “August: Osage County” and “Burnt” starring Bradley Cooper, as well as Tim Burton’s “Big Eyes,” Phillip Noyce’s “The Giver” and the period drama “Tulip Fever.” Rapaport started her career as an intern at Walden Media before landing a job in the William Morris mailroom in New York City. Her first big break was working as. »
- Jeff Sneider
Who has been saying "Beetlejuice" three times in a row?!
Winona Ryder is the latest to confirm all your gothy movie dreams – a sequel to her fan favorite movie is coming.
"I think I can confirm it, because Tim Burton did this interview — like, it was very hush hush, top secret … and then he was doing some press for 'Big Eyes' and he did an on-camera interview and he said, 'Oh yeah we're doing it and Winona's going to be in it,' and I was like…," she said with a look of shock on ...
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More than 27 years ago, Winona Ryder danced in the air to Harry Belafonte as the ending credits rolled in Tim Burton’s “Beetlejuice.” Finally, fans of the cult classic will be able to see what happens next for “the ghost with the most” and his cohorts, Ryder said during a visit to “Late Night With Seth Meyers” Monday.
“I think I can confirm it,” started Ryder. “It was very hush-hush top secret … but then (Tim Burton) was doing some press for ‘Big Eyes’ and and he did an on-camera interview and he said, ‘Oh yeah, we’re doing it, and Winona’s going to be in it.’ … If he said it, I can say it.”
That’s all the information that we’re going to get out of Ryder, who later said, “I really don’t know much more than anybody.”
While Warner Bros. has yet to officially greenlight the sequel, »
- Mannie Holmes
Beetlejuice 2 has been a long time coming. Director Tim Burton has blown hot and cold on the project for the guts of a decade, although late last year, whilst out on the road with Big Eyes, he seemed more optimistic than usual.
Now, in an endearing interview with Seth Meyers, Winona Ryder has stated she thinks it’s going to happen. Other than expressing relative confidence regarding the sequel’s future, the actress doesn’t give much away, but her enthusiasm for and love of the material are palpable. Check it out below.
Beetlejuice is 26 years old, and deserves its reputation as one of the great, edgy PG-13 flicks of yore. Michael Keaton (now the most popular he’s been since 1993) gave a memorable turn in the titular role, whilst a younger Burton sat perfectly at home with the film’s macabre, off-beat sensibility.
Objectively I’m open to a sequel, »
- Daniel Kelly
Ever since the original Beetlejuice hit theaters way back in 1988, die-hard fans have been demanding a sequel. In recent years, we've been getting closer than ever to Beetlejuice 2 coming to fruition, with screenwriter Seth Grahame-Smith revealing back in January that the movie sequel may start filming by the end of this year. Michael Keaton has long been confirmed to come back as the title character, with Tim Burton set to direct, but we haven't heard anything definitive about his original Beetlejuice co-stars, such as Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis and Winona Ryder. During an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers last night, Winona Ryder confirmed that she is in fact coming back for Beetlejuice 2 as Lydia Deetz.
"I think I can confirm it because Tim Burton did this interview. It was very hush-hush, top secret, 'I don't know what may happen, I don't know,' and then he »
Since the film was first released back in 1988, we have heard countless rumours about a proposed sequel to Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice, and now we may be closer than ever before to the return of the bio-exorcist.
Winona Ryder was asked about the status on the sequel on last night’s Late Night with Seth Meyers, and confirmed that the sequel is on the horizon. The actress, who played Lydia Deetz in the original, said:
“I think I can confirm it because Tim Burton did this interview… It was very hush-hush, top secret, ‘I don’t know what may happen, I don’t know,’ and then he was doing some press for Big Eyes and he did an on-camera interview and he said, ‘Oh yeah, we’re doing it and Winona’s gonna be in it.’ So can I say…? I mean if he said it. But I really don »
- Scott J. Davis
Shake, shake, shake, Senora -- "Beetlejuice" is coming back! While both director Tim Burton and star Michael Keaton have been talking about a sequel for some time now, Winona Ryder just confirmed she's going to be involved in the highly-anticipated follow-up as well. The actress spilled the beans on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" Monday, where the talk show host put her on the spot about stepping into Lydia Deetz's shoes once again. "I think I can confirm it, because Tim Burton did this interview ... like, it was very hush hush, top secret ... and then he was doing some press for 'Big Eyes' and he did an on-camera interview and he said, 'Oh yeah, we're doing it and Winona's going to be in it,' and I was like [shocked face]," she revealed during the one-on-one. "I really don't know much more than anybody," she added ... but a confirmation from »
- tooFab Staff
Back in December, you may recall director Tim Burton stating that Beetlejuice 2 was “closer than ever” to entering production – finally! Well, almost eight months later, it seems Winona Ryder has all but confirmed that the sequel is indeed on the brink of development, and it’s one that will reportedly reunite her with co-star Michael Keaton.
Speaking during an appearance on Late Night With Seth Meyers, the actress essentially reaffirms that the supernatural follow-up is incubating in the early stages of production, and that the script will set the return of Keaton’s ghost with the most.
“I think I can confirm it because Tim Burton did this interview,” Ryder told Meyers. “It was very hush-hush, top secret, ‘I don’t know what may happen, I don’t know,’ and then he was doing some press for ‘Big Eyes’ and he did an on-camera interview and he said, ‘Oh yeah, »
- Michael Briers
It may be hard to remember a time before rumours of a possible Beetlejuice sequel were flying around the internet, but it seems we finally have actual confirmation that it's going ahead.
"I think I can confirm it," Ryder said. "It was very hush hush, top secret... and then [Tim Burton] was doing some press for Big Eyes and he did an on camera interview and he said, 'Oh yeah, we are doing it', and 'Winona is going to be in it'.
"So can I say that? I mean if he said it, I can. But I really don't know much more than anybody else."
Burton, the director of the original 1988 film, previously said the future of Beetlejuice 2 »
Appearing on NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers, actress Winona Ryder has finally confirmed that she will be reprising the role of Lydia Deetz in the upcoming sequel to 1980s comedy classic "Beetlejuice".
The film has long been in development, but in recent months there's been some genuine movement on it with director Tim Burton and frequent collaborator Seth Grahame-Smith having worked on a script with the project potentially being Burton's next film after he wraps "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children". Ryder says:
"I think I can confirm it because Tim Burton did this interview. It was very hush-hush, top secret, 'I don't know what may happen, I don't know,' and then he was doing some press for 'Big Eyes' and he did an on-camera interview and he said, 'Oh yeah, we're doing it and Winona's gonna be in it.' So can I say...? I mean if he said it. »
- Garth Franklin
Winona Ryder says she is in the Beetlejuice 2 With Tim Burton in need of a hit after three duds in a row (Dark Shadows, Frankenweenie, Big Eyes) and Michael Keaton hotter than ever thanks to Birdman, there’s never been a better time for a Beetlejuice 2. Burton and Keaton have both publicly cemented their involvement, but…
- Max Evry
The Ghost with the Most is definitely making a return to the big screen, according to Winona Ryder. Ryder, who co-starred alongside Michael Keaton in Tim Burton’s “Beetlejuice,” told Seth Meyers on Monday that she can confirm the sequel TheWrap previously reported way back in 2013 is still in the works. “I think I can confirm it because Tim Burton did this interview — like it was very hush-hush top secret — and then he was doing press for ‘Big Eyes’ and he did an on-camera interview and he said, ‘Oh yeah, we’re doing it and Winona’s gonna be in it, »
- Joe Otterson
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