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Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, a.k.a. the hugely popular comedy duo Key & Peele, star in New Line Cinema’s action comedy Keanu. The two play Clarence and Rell, cousins who live in the city but are far from streetwise. When Rell’s beloved kitten, Keanu, is catnapped, the hopelessly straight-laced pair must impersonate ruthless killers in order to infiltrate a street gang and retrieve the purloined feline. But the incredibly adorable kitten becomes so coveted that the fight over his custody creates a gang war, forcing our two unwitting heroes to take the law into their own hands.
Peter Atencio (“Key and Peele,” “The Last Man on Earth”) directed the film from a script written by Jordan Peele and Alex Rubens (“Key and Peele,” “Community”). Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, Peter Principato, Paul Young, and Joel Zadak produced the film, with Ben Ormand serving as executive producer.
Peele’s character, »
- Movie Geeks
As we descend into the madness of Oscars weekend, there’s still a lot going on in Hollywood that isn’t about the Little Naked Gold Man. First and foremost, February is the seventh annual Women in Horror Month. So get cracking! You only have a few days left to celebrate the women you love most!
The Final Final Girls
We’ve been celebrating our own favorites over at our Facebook page. Did you know? We’ve been running a Favorite Final Girl bracket and we’re down to the last vote. Comment on Fb or tweet us @Fmof which you think is the best: Neve Campbell (Scream), Jamie Lee Curtis (Halloween), Sigourney Weaver (Alien), or Marilyn Burns (The Texas Chain Saw Massacre). One lucky voter will even win a Silver Scream Fest poster. Totally seriously!
Ironing Out The Wrinkles
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Back in October, we reported that Furious 7 director James Wan came aboard to produce a TV remake of the hit 1980s TV series MacGyver for CBS, along with Henry Winkler. While development continues on that series, Variety reports that Lionsgate is now moving forward with their own movie remake of MacGyver. Original series creator Lee David Zlotoff is set to produce alongside Neal H. Moritz, but no other details were revealed.
Back in 2012, James Wan was actually attached to direct a MacGyver movie remake, when New Line Cinema held the rights to the series. The filmmaker eventually moved on to direct Furious 7, and New Line Cinema lost the rights. It still isn't known if he will direct the pilot episode of the MacGyver TV remake, but that project is said to focus on a much younger version of the title character.
The plot will follow a "twentysomething" Angus MacGyver, »
The busy schedule of Dwayne Johnson sees him fitting in Fast & Furious 8 and the Baywatch movie already in 2016. But he's now confirmed too that the mooted film of classic videogame Rampage is also set to shoot this summer.
Furthermore, The Rock also announced new writers for the movie. Carlton Cuse and Ryan Condal, who most recently created the TV show Colony, have signed on the dotted line to pen the Rampage screenplay.
"I'll try not to screw it up", Johnson writes, as he confesses his love for the source videogame.
Here's his full post...
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Back in June, we reported that Dwayne Johnson was reuniting with San Andreas producer Beau Flynn for an adaptation of the popular 1980s video game classic Rampage. We haven't heard any updates on the project since then, but earlier today, Dwayne Johnson took to his Instagram page to announce that Carlton Cuse and Ryan Condal have signed on to rewrite the script, with Brad Peyton coming aboard to direct. Here's what the actor/producer had to say to his Instagram followers, teasing how he'll prepare for this adventure.
"Cool news we just hired Carlton Cuse and Ryan Condal (creators of Colony) to write our big screen adaptation of Rampage for New Line. Carlton also wrote San Andreas for us, so he excels at writing big scale with family and heart as the anchor. We have a shot to raise the bar and make something cool with this one as the »
Dwayne Johnson posted on his Instagram that they have hired new writers for the adaptation of the classic 80's Midway arcade game Rampage. According to Johnson, Carlton Cuse and Ryan Condal (creators of the hit TV Show Colony) are set to write the big screen adaptation of the project. Carlton also wrote San Andreas.
Rampage is a 1986 arcade game where players take control of gigantic monsters, including a giant ape named George, a giant lizard name Lizzy, or a giant wold named Ralph. The game saw the monsters running amok across the United States, »
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6 items from 2016
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