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Three posters inspired by George A. Romero's Creepshow have been released and designed by Boneface and We Buy Your Kids. Also: a trailer for The Forest, a look at Demi Lovato in From Dusk Till Dawn Season 2, and a new Fallout 4 video.
Creepshow Posters: "October Is Upon Us! Easily the best month of the year, it’s time to celebrate all things creepy and crawly. We’re thrilled to kick things off with three awesome posters by Boneface and We Buy Your Kids for one of the best horror anthologies ever - Creepshow!
Creepshow by Boneface. 18"x24" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 225. Printed by D&L Screenprinting. $40 Creepshow (Version 1) by We Buy Your Kids. 18"x24" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 150. Printed by D&L Screenprinting. $40 Creepshow (Version 2) by We Buy Your Kids. 18"x24" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 150. Printed by D&L Screenprinting. $40
These posters will »
- Tamika Jones
Just three months after signing on to direct 20th Century Fox's highly-anticipated superhero spinoff Gambit, filmmaker Rupert Wyatt backed out of the project two weeks ago. The departure was attributed to a shift in the Gambit production schedule, which was supposed to begin in November, but was then changed to March 2016, which reportedly conflicted with an unspecified project. Today, The Hollywood Reporter claims that the split happened because 20th Century Fox started questioning whether or not the filmmaker was truly committed to the project.
Ironically, just weeks before Rupert Wyatt signed on this past June, a report surfaced that actor/producer Channing Tatum was having trouble finding a director for Gambit. He reportedly approached his Foxcatcher director Bennett Miller, along with Darren Aronofsky (Noah), Gareth Evans (The Raid: Redemption) and J.C. Chandor (A Most Violent Year). All of those filmmakers passed on the project. But even after Rupert Wyatt signed on, »
A full course meal always tastes better while watching Friday the 13th, am I right? The 1980 slasher film will be shown at Nitehawk Cinema with dinner provided by The Meat Hook. Also in this round-up: mid-season marathon details for From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series Season 2 and the New York City premiere of Old 37.
"Ticket Price: $75
Age Policy: 21 and Up
A killer’s on the loose at Nitehawk Cinema and he’s serving up a multi-course dinner of fresh meat from The Meat Hook for a special Film Feast presentation of Friday The 13th.
Things don’t go so well for the reopening of Camp Crystal Lake as the new counselors are stalked and slashed…but by whom? As the »
- Tamika Jones
Director Quentin Tarantino is no stranger to shock and awe on the big screen thanks to flicks like "Django Unchained" and "Kill Bill," but it's some recent remarks he's made about streaming that are truly jaw-dropping.
In an excerpt from author Tom Roston's new book "I Lost it at The Video Store: A Filmmakers' Oral History of a Vanished Era," Tarantino and other directors discuss services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime, and what they mean for the future of movies. While many of Tarantino's peers say they've embraced the new technology as an inevitable part of Hollywood's evolution, Tarantino remains unconvinced.
"I am not excited about streaming at all," Tarantino says in the book. "I like something hard and tangible in my hand. And I can't watch a movie on a laptop. I don't use Netflix at all."
Instead, Tarantino said, he relies on his library of approximately 8,000 VHS tapes and DVDs, »
- Katie Roberts
Put down your buckets of pig's blood kids, it will not end well for you. In this round-up, we have a Q&A with Emily Lopez from Carrie the Musical which opens on October 8th. Also: more details from Screamfest 2015, From Dusk Till Dawn season 2, and Shawn Scott's novel Apocalypse Swordsman.
Carrie the Musical Q&A: Press Release: "(Los Angeles, CA – August 19, 2015) Producers Bruce Robert Harris and Jack W. Batman and The Transfer Group have announced that Carrie The Musical will return to Los Angeles at the historic Los Angeles Theater, the first theatrical musical at that venue.
Tickets are available beginning Monday, August 24th at www.ExperienceCarrie.com. Carrie The Musical begins previews on October 1, 2015, and officially opens on October 8, 2015. Performances are on sale through November 22.
Directed by Brady Schwind and choreographed by Lee Martino, this immersive staging of Carrie takes the legendary musical off the stage and »
- Tamika Jones
See Also: Watch the trailer for Sisters here
Sisters is set for release on on December 18th in the States and on March 11th 2016 in the UK, with Jason Moore (Pitch Perfect) directing a cast that also includes Kate McKinnon (Ghostbusters), Ike Barinholtz (The Mindy Project), Maya Rudolph (Bridesmaids), John Leguizamo (John Wick), Rachel Dratch (30 Rock), Madison Davenport (Noah), James Brolin (Catch Me If You Can) and Bobby Moynihan (Inside Out).
- Gary Collinson
Jon Stewart’s Daily Show successor won’t be totally alone at that desk when the show returns on Sept. 28.
The Daily Show With Trevor Noah debuts Monday, Sept. 28, at 11/10c.
Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…
* Susan Sarandon has exited Epix’s upcoming »
In Alcon Entertainment’s fast-paced, high-adrenaline action thriller Point Break, a young FBI agent, Johnny Utah (Luke Bracey), infiltrates a cunning team of thrill-seeking elite athletes – led by the charismatic Bodhi (Edgar Ramirez). The athletes are suspected of carrying out a spate of crimes in extremely unusual ways.
Deep undercover, and with his life in imminent danger, Utah strives to prove they are the architects of this string of inconceivable crimes.
Check out the new trailer and featurette below.
The film is replete with the most daring athleticism ever seen in a motion picture. These action adventure feats are performed by elite athletes representing the world’s best in class in big-wave surfing, wingsuit flying, sheer-face snowboarding, free rock climbing, and high-speed motorcycling.
- Michelle McCue
Aronofsky, whose last film was 2014’s Noah, is said to be in early talks to take over the director’s chair for the film, which has been in development at Sony for over a year with Channing Tatum (Foxcatcher) attached to star. The script, which was written by Reid Carolin and Tatum, was circulating last year before it was shelved but now looks like it might possibly be resuscitated.
Daredevil Knievel was a world-famous motorcycle stuntman who famously tried (and failed) to jump Snake River Canyon in 1974 on a rocket. He died in 2007. A documentary about Knievel, Being Evel, co-produced by Johnny Knoxville, has just been released in the Us, with its UK debut set for this year’s London Film Festival.
- Scott J. Davis
Ah, we love Hollywood rumors, especially when they come true! For now, the following reports should be taken with a grain of salt, but they all certainly stir our anticipation for the movies that might result. Rumor: Darren Aronofsky will direct Channing Tatum as daredevil Evel Knievel. Source: The Tracking Board Background: Three years ago, we heard that Channing Tatum was in negotiations to star in and produce a movie based on the life of Evel Knievel, a motorcyle stunt driver who became famous in the 1970s for his televised attempts to jump cars, trucks, and the Snake River Canyon. Peter Berg appeared to be ready to direct a few months ago, but now Darren Aronofsky (Noah) is rumored to be directing the movie, based on a new script by Scott Silver (The...
- Peter Martin
After years of development, Channing Tatum's Untitled Evel Knievel Biopic finally seems to be moving forward, with The Tracking Board reporting that Darren Aronofsky has signed on to direct. Peter Berg was attached to direct back in April, but dropped out for unknown reasons. Channing Tatum's longtime producing partner Reid Carolin wrote the original screenplay, but that will now be rewritten by Scott Silver (The Fighter).
Evel Knievel, born Robert Craig Knievel, became a world-famous stuntman and entertainer in the 1960s and 1970s. The performer got his start by jumping over crates of rattlesnakes and mountain lions to provide for his family. After performing on the state fair circuit in Indio, California, Evel Knievel suffered the first of his numerous injuries, which lead to his stunt troupe disbanding while he recuperated. He ended up going solo, jumping cars and other vehicles instead of animals, as he became a household name. »
Channing Tatum’s interest in revving up a film about late, great stuntman Robert “Evel” Knievel dates back as far as 2012, but a new report by Deadline suggests that the long-gestating biopic could be beginning to gain some traction. According to the outlet, the latest name to be attached to Sony’s project is Black Swan and Noah director Darren Aronofsky, with early talks underway between both parties for the Evel Knievel movie.
Charting the life and times of the American daredevil, we assume that Sony is massaging the nascent project to become something akin to Aronofsky’s The Wrestler: an astute and powerful dissection of an adrenaline junkie who lived on the edge. Indeed, Knievel still holds his own place in history thanks to the Guinness Book of World Records, earning the “most bones broken in a lifetime” accolade with an eye-watering 433. Well, we did say he lived life on the edge. »
- Michael Briers
Darren Aronofsky has been considering a couple of different projects for his Noah follow-up, and his next film just might be a biopic about Robert "Evel" Knievel starring Channing Tatum as the famed daredevil. The Tracking Board was the first to break the news that Aronofsky is in talks with Sony to direct, with Deadline later confirming that early negotiations have begun. TB is also reporting... Read More »
- Jesse Giroux
Since “Noah” eighteen months ago, a movie that was billed as a misfire by some, but went on to quietely make nearly $400 million worldwide (and is kind of a remarkable movie), Darren Aronofsky’s been fairly quiet. He’s flirted with a few projects, including sci-fi noir “Moonfall,” , true-life crime tale “The Good Nurse,” and is working towards a potential HBO version of Margaret Atwood’s “MaddAddam,”. But it sounds like he might have made his choice. Variety has confirmed The Tracking Board’s scoop that Aronofsky is in early talks with Sony to direct a biopic of daredevil Evel Knievel, which would star Channing Tatum. Knievel became a cult figure thanks to his well-publicized motorcycle jumps and iconic look, and is in the Guinness Book Of Records for having survived the most broken bones of anyone ever. Tatum’s been developing this project since 2012, based on Stuart Barker’s »
- Oliver Lyttelton
The project has been in development at the studio since last year as a possible starring vehicle for Channing Tatum through his Free Association production company. That project was disclosed in June 2014, with a script from Tatum’s producing partner Reid Carolin, and Tatum, Michael De Luca and Dana Brunetti producing.
Knievel, who died in 2007, became famous for his daredevil motorcycle stunts — most notably, a failed 1974 jump across Snake River Canyon on a steam-powered rocket. During his career he suffered more than 433 bone fractures.
The news about Aronofsky was first reported by the Tracking Board.
- Dave McNary
When you're as enigmatic and prolific as director Darren Aronofsky, the mere mention of your name next to a project sets the world on fire. With 2014's Noah serving as Aronofsky's last time behind the camera, it seems like the time is right for the veteran director to get back into the saddle again. Except that this time, the saddle might be the seat of a motorcycle, and the subject might be legendary daredevil Evel Knievel. Deadline ran the brief news item earlier yesterday, stating that the Black Swan director is being mentioned as the possible helmer for the biopic that's had Channing Tatum's interest for quite some time now. The picture is set up at Sony, with no other talent mentioned as being attached, though previous reports had producers Mike DeLuca and Dana Brunetti pegged as the backers of the project. Knievel's life »
Rumors are racing around the web that Darren Aronofsky is circling the Sony Pictures Evel Knievel biopic that has long had Channing Tatum interested. I’m told there is no deal yet but that they are in early negotiations. We’ll tell you more when the deal gets close. Thetrackingboard.com was first with this. Aronofsky most recently directed Noah… »
Emma Watson continues her indie streak with her new film Colonia, premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival. Post Harry Potter, the actress has found success with supporting roles in films such as My Week with Marilyn, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Noah, and The Bling Ring. Colonia sees one of her first starring roles before she stuns audiences with the live action remake of Beauty and the Beast set to come out next year. In Colonia, Watson stars alongside Daniel Bruhl (Rush, Inglorious Basterds) as a woman who joins a cult in order to get her boyfriend back.
It’s more serious fare than we’ve seen Emma tackle, but the talented actress promises a strong performance based on the trailer. The period piece sets Watson and Bruhl in 1973 Chile, finding themselves trapped in a murderous crackdown against the Chilean president. It’s heavy stuff, and we are »
For someone who flirted with the idea of retiring from acting once “Harry Potter” was over, Emma Watson’s been building quite the interesting career since. She first showed her non-Hermione potential in “The Perks Of Being A Wallflower,” and since then has built up an impressive resume, working with Sofia Coppola on “The Bling Ring,” Seth Rogen on “This Is The End,” Darren Aronofsky on “Noah,” and coming up, Bill Condon on “Beauty & The Beast” and James Ponsoldt in “The Circle.” Read More: Tiff Images: Emma Watson In 'Colonia,' Brie Larson In 'Room,' Charlie Kaufman's 'Anomalisa' And More More imminently from the young actress is a film that just premiered at Tiff, “Colonia.” From German director Florian Gallenberger, it’s set in 1974 Chile in the midst of Augusto Pinochet’s coup, and sees Watson as a flight attendant who infiltrates a sect »
- Oliver Lyttelton
Majid Majidi, the first Iranian helmer nominated for the foreign-language film Oscar (for 1997’s “The Children of Heaven”), delivers his country’s most expensive film to date with the lumbering, old-fashioned and overlong historical epic “Muhammad: The Messenger of God.” Budgeted in the neighborhood of $40 million, and boasting big names behind the scenes such as lenser Vittorio Storaro and composer A.R. Rahman, as well as craft departments bristling with foreign technicians, the 171-minute pic is the first of a projected trilogy that took seven years to complete. It hasn’t been worth the wait: The end result is something more akin to 1950s Hollywood biblical fare rather than Darren Aronofsky’s recent “Noah” or anything in Majidi’s previous oeuvre.
- Alissa Simon
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