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‘Vikings’ Star Katheryn Winnick Joins ‘The Dark Tower’ (Exclusive)

27 April 2016 3:10 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Katheryn Winnick, star of  History Channel’s “Vikings,” has found her next high-profile gig. Sources tell Variety the actress will join the cast of Sony and Mrc’s adaptation of “The Dark Tower.”

Idris Elba stars in the adaptation of Stephen King’s book series alongside Matthew McConaughey and Tom Taylor.

Sony and Mrc declined to comment.

Directed by Nikolaj Arcel, “The Dark Tower” arrives in theaters Feb. 17, 2017.

Production is currently underway.

The first installment in the series of books focuses on Roland Deschain (Elba), a.k.a. “The Gunslinger,” and his relationship with the younger Jake Chambers (Taylor). McConaughey plays the mysterious Man in Black character.

The first book, “The Gunslinger,” has already been adapted by Akiva Goldsman and Jeff Pinkner. Goldsman and Imagine Entertainment’s Brian Grazer, Ron Howard and Erica Huggins are producing the film. Pinkner is exec producer.

Vikings” recently ended its fourth season with a »

- Justin Kroll

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Berlin: Double Dutch Sells Adam Massey's 'Man Vs.' in Multiple Territories

19 February 2016 6:00 AM, PST | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

Jason Moring, Double Dutch International president, recently announced seven deals for the picture, "Man Vs." Double Dutch has sold the picture in the following territories: United Kingdom to Metronome, Japan to At Entertainment, Commonwealth of Independent States to Top Film, Pan Asia Pay TV to Fox International, Middle East to Gulf Films, Turkey to Sinema TV, and Thailand to Major Katana.

"Man Vs." follows the host of a hit TV series, 'Man Vs.', Doug Woods is forced to fend for himself for five days in remote locations with no crew, food, or water, only the cameras he carries on his back to film his experiences. Doug's in the remote woods for a routine episode, until he's awoken by an earth-shaking crash. Things get weirder as it becomes clear Doug isn't alone. Someone or something is watching him. Man Vs is a gripping 'found footage' thriller about one man's extraordinary desire to survive at all costs.

The film is written and directed by Adam Massey ("The Intruders") and stars Chris Diamantopoulos ("The Three Stooges," "The Art of the Steal").

"We are very excited to have made these deals for Man Vs," says Moring, "Terror is a universal emotion and Man Vs is terrifying not matter where you are from. Audiences in the UK, Japan and the others are going to be scared well into the night!" »

- Sydney Levine

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The Hateful Eight movie review: all hat, no cattle

11 January 2016 7:55 AM, PST | | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

Inexcusably self-indulgent. Tarantino gratifies his enormous self-love and his amusement at his own genius at the expense of all else. I’m “biast” (pro): loved Tarantino’s last two films…

I’m “biast” (con): …but really hate some of his films, too

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

Damn. So after the marvels of Inglourious Basterds and Django Unchained, Quentin Tarantino has swung back to the Kill Bill style of filmmaking, which I described in my review of Basterds as a cinematic “circle jerk in which he and his fans get off on one another and how clever they all are to be such rapacious film geeks.” With the inexcusably self-indulgent The Hateful Eight, Tarantino has returned to the gratification of his enormous self-love and his amusement at his own genius at the expense of all else.

There are no characters to like in Eight. »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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