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When you add a pinch of '80s nostalgia with a dash of action and gore and mix them together you get Turbo Kid, which will be released in the U.K. on Blu-ray in October. Also: an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip from Extinction and first details on the web series It Came from Candi's Lab.
Turbo Kid: Lionsgate Home Entertainment will release Turbo Kid on Blu-ray in the U.K. on October 5th. Turbo Kid stars Munro Chambers, Laurence Leboeuf, Michael Ironside, Edwin Wright, and Aaron Jeffery.
From Blu-ray.com: "Synopsis: Turbo Kid is a celebration of all things that were awesome about the age of movies on VHS. It's packed with nods to 1980s pop culture (even down to Atari-style credits and its synth-tastic score) and riffs on the kids' adventure movies such as BMX Bandits, The Monster Squad, and The Goonies.
And for the hardcore fans, there's »
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Spectre: Daniel Craig returns as James Bond in Spectre, heading to theaters on November 6, and as new photos reveal, he'll be surrounded by four strong women: Lea Seydoux (above), as a doctor who is also the daughter of an assassin; Monica Belucci, as a Mafia widow; Naomie Harris, who returns as Eve Moneypenny; and Stephanie Sigman, whose character is still being kept under wraps. [USA Today] Movie News: See 'Spectre' Bond Women in New Photos; Watch Jason Bateman Eat Uncomfortably in New 'The Gift' Clip Untitled Urban Explorers: Jon Watts, who will direct the next version of Spider-Man -- said to be in the vein of a John Hughes-style high school flick -- has set his followup project. Currently known only as Untitled Urban Explorers, the...
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Spectre: Daniel Craig returns as James Bond in Spectre, heading to theaters on November 6, and as new photos reveal, he'll be surrounded by four strong women: Lea Seydoux (above), as a doctor who is also the daughter of an assassin; Monica Bellucci, as a Mafia widow; Naomie Harris, who returns as Eve Moneypenny; and Stephanie Sigman, whose character is still being kept under wraps. [USA Today] Untitled Urban Explorers: Jon Watts, who will direct the next...
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Exclusive: End Cue, the financier-producer that teamed on the Sundance film Cop Car with newly minted Spider-Man helmer Jon Watts and writer Christopher Ford, has a follow-up project with the duo. End Cue has closed a pitch deal in competition on what is being called The Untitled Urban Explorers film. Watts and Ford will write it for Watts to direct. It is described as young-adult adventure set under NYC's Lower East Side. The auction began before Watts was tapped by… »
After working away for years on shorts and smaller films, including upcoming thriller Cop Car, writer/director Jon Watts exploded into the spotlight last month when he was selected by Sony and Marvel to direct the companies’ new take on Spider-Man. While the superhero movie will keep him busy for a while, he’s still setting up other projects, included an untitled film for financial backers/production company End Cue. According Deadline, the idea, which is for now known as The Untitled Urban Explorers Film, is apparently a young adult adventure that sees its characters travelling under the streets of New York’s Lower East Side. Watts will write the script with Cop Car collaborator Christopher Ford, and the project was nabbed by the company, which also backed Cop Car, before the big Spider-announcement.Of course, there’s every chance the End Cue team will have to wait to see the new project realised. »
5 items from 2015
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