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Sandra Oh Just Made History With Her Emmy Nomination For Killing Eve

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Sandra Oh just made Emmy Awards history. On Thursday morning, the actress became the first Asian actor to be nominated for the best actress in a drama category for her role as MI6 agent Eve Polastri on BBC America's Killing Eve.

Oh's reaction to the nomination makes the news even sweeter; the actress tweeted a photo of the moment she found out with friend and fellow actress, Michelle Krusiec. "Omg wtf?? This is me hearing about Emmy nom w/ fellow sister @michellekrusiec - my expression is kinda ..what?," she wrote.

Omg wtf?? This is me hearing about Emmy nom w/ fellow sister @michellekrusiec - my expression is kinda ..what? pic.twitter.com/1Mwlj2FETc

- Sandra Oh (@IamSandraOh) July 12, 2018

Oh also gave a statement to Entertainment Tonight saying:

"I feel tremendous gratitude and joy with this nomination. I am thrilled for [creator] Phoebe Waller-Bridge's nomination and for the entire cast/crew of Killing Eve.
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Sandra Oh Makes History With Her Emmy Nomination For Killing Eve

Sandra Oh just made Emmy Awards history. On Thursday morning, the actress became the first Asian actor to be nominated for the best actress in a drama category for her role as MI6 agent Eve Polastri on BBC America's Killing Eve.

Oh's reaction to the nomination makes the news even sweeter; the actress tweeted a photo of the moment she found out with friend and fellow actress, Michelle Krusiec. "Omg wtf?? This is me hearing about Emmy nom w/ fellow sister @michellekrusiec - my expression is kinda ..what?," she wrote.

Omg wtf?? This is me hearing about Emmy nom w/ fellow sister @michellekrusiec - my expression is kinda ..what? pic.twitter.com/1Mwlj2FETc

- Sandra Oh (@IamSandraOh) July 12, 2018

Oh also gave a statement to Entertainment Tonight saying:

"I feel tremendous gratitude and joy with this nomination. I am thrilled for [creator] Phoebe Waller-Bridge's nomination and for the entire cast/crew of Killing Eve.
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movies by or about women opening Us/Can from Fri Apr 13

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Truth or Dare [my review]

Lucy Hale, Violett Beane, and Sophia Taylor Ali costar in this horror movie about a college drinking game that goes wrong. Cowritten by Jillian Jacobs. (male director)

Rampage [my review]

Naomie Harris, Malin Akerman, and Marley Shelton costar in this sci-fi action movie about genetically engineered monsters. (male writers and director)

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Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami [IMDb]

Sophie Fiennes directs this documentary about the performance artist.

The Judge [IMDb]

Erika Cohn directs this documentary about a female adjudicator in the Middle East.

20 Weeks [IMDb]

Leena Pendharkar writes and directs this drama about a couple facing a difficult pregnancy. Costarring Anna Margaret Hollyman, Jocelin Donahue, and Michelle Krusiec.

The Rider [IMDb]

Chloé Zhao writes and directs this drama about a (male) rodeo rider recovering from a traumatic brain injury.

Zama [IMDb]

Lucrecia Martel writes and directs this historical drama about a (male) Spanish officer in 17th-century South America.

Nana [IMDb] pictured

Serena Dykman
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Horror Highlights: Desolation Images, December Contest from Comet TV, The Bone Box, Surge Of Power: The Stuff Of Heroes

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A camping trip takes a turn into unsettling territory in the new film Desolation, which comes out this week and is teased in a new batch of images in today's Horror Highlights. We also have a December contest from our friends at Comet TV, the trailer for the new horror film The Bone Box, and details on the star-studded cast of Surge of Power: The Stuff of Heroes.

New Stills from Desolation: IFC Midnight will release Desolation in select theaters and on VOD and digital platforms on December 15th, including special Q&A screenings:

"New York City

Special Advance Screening on Thursday, December 14, at 9pm at the IFC Center with Q&A with editor Alexander Frasse, producer Kim Patton, associate producer Ned Donovan, and composer Marcus Bagala. Tickets available here: http://www.ifccenter.com/films/desolation/

L.A.

Opening Night Q&A on Friday, December 15 (9:05pm show), with director Sam Patton,
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The Bone Box First, New Trailer and Press Release!

The Bone Box is a psychological horror feature film written, directed and produced by newcomer Luke Genton. It tells the story of a grave robber who comes to believe that he’s being haunted by those he stole from. The film stars Gareth Koorzen (The Black That Follows), Michelle Krusiec (The Invitation), and Maria Olsen (Starry Eyes, …

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Filming set to start on Lucky McKee produced ‘Don’t Look There’

Produced by Lucky McKee (May, The Woman, All Cheerleaders Die), director Richard Zelniker’s new thriller Don’t Look There is set to begin filming this winter.

A mystery/thriller about a clinical psychologist (Emmanuelle Vaugier) who’s on a downward spiral as she treats a new patient (Kenny Johnson) that suffers from premonitions. As their sessions deepen, a detective (Kirk Acevedo) solicits her help in hunting down an elusive serial killer terrorizing Detroit during the holiday season.

The film, which stars Natalie Alyn Lind (The Gifted, Gotham), Kirk Acevedo (Insidious: The Last Key, Band of Brothers, Fringe), Emmanuelle Vaugier (Saw 2, CSI: NY), Keesha Sharp (Marshall, Lethal Weapon), Michelle Krusiec (The Invitation) ,Kenny Johnson (Swat, Bates Motel), Patrick Sabongui (Homeland, Drones), Shane Graham (AMC’s The Son, Ride), Kevin Johnson (Ozark), Erin O’Brien (Tremors, Clinton Road), Dave Sheridan (Victor Crowley, Ghost World), Cj Valleroy (Unbroken) and Pip Dwyer (It,
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'The Bone Box' is sure to haunt viewers

Seth Metoyer,

MoreHorror.com

Horror film 'The Bone Box' has recently begun principal photography in La.

The film is about a grave robber who comes to believe he's being haunted by those he stole from. Not all graves are quiet.

Check out some of the first stills below the official release.

From The Press Release

The Bone Box is a horror film that began principal photography on April 10th in Los Angeles. Written, directed and produced by newcomer Luke Genton, the film tells the story of a grave robber who comes to believe that he’s being haunted by those he stole from. The Bone Box is a character-driven ghost story in the vein of The Others and Insidious.

The film stars Michelle Krusiec (The Invitation), Maria Olsen (Starry Eyes, Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief), and newcomer Gareth Koorzen. Rounding out the cast is Jamie Bernadette
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Viva takes North America rights to 'The Unbidden'

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Viva Pictures has acquired North America rights to Quentin Lee’s The Unbidden, following its world premiere at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival last week.

International rights to the film were acquired by Korea’s 9ers Entertainment earlier this month.

Described as the first female-driven Asian American supernatural thriller, The Unbidden stars Tamlyn Tomita (The Joy Luck Club), Julia Nickson (Rambo), Amy Hill (50 First Dates), Elizabeth Sung (The Joy Luck Club) and Michelle Krusiec (Saving Face).

The story follows a mystery novelist who believes she is being haunted and holds a dinner party for her friends, where the group is taken hostage by a gun-wielding stranger.

The film is produced by Charles Lei of Beijing-based Thunder Communications International, along with Us-based Stanley Yung, NaRhee Ahn and Lee. Lee’s previous directing credits include White Frog and The People I’ve Slept With.

“As highlighted in the recent 60 Minutes story, Rising in the
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‘The Invitation’ Review

Stars: Logan Marshall-Green, Tammy Blanchard, John Carroll Lynch, Michelle Krusiec, Aiden Lovekamp, Mike Doyle, Jordi Vilasuso, Marieh Delfino, Jay Larson, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Michiel Huisman | Written by Matt Manfredi, Phil Hay | Directed by Karyn Kusama

Karyn Kusama’s latest film sells you the whole seat, but you’ll only need the edge.

Written by Matt Manfredi and Phil Hay, and directed by Kusama (Jennifer’s Body), The Invitation stars Logan Marshall-Green as Will, a man whose ex-wife, Eden, invites him to a dinner party two years after she mysteriously vanished. Eden is acting incredibly strange, at least in Will’s eyes, and peculiar goings-on lead him to suspect that she and her new boyfriend may have sinister intentions for their guests.

The best horror films play around with very relatable human emotions, and like recent Australian hit The Babadook, grief lies at the center of The Invitation. Early on the film,
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Review: The Invitation Leads To A Foreboding Night

Before dinner, there is foreboding. Will (Logan Marshall-Green) and Kira (Emayatzy Corinealdi) are traveling on a winding, hilly road in Los Angeles, on their way to a dinner party, and distracted, when something happens that is quite upsetting for both of them. Nonetheless, they soon arrive at the home of David (Michiel Huisman) and Eden (Tammy Blanchard), and greet the other guests. It's a reunion dinner. David and Eden have been away for two years, and it seems that all the guests are longtime friends who have fallen out of contact with each other. There's Tommy (Mike Doyle) and Miguel (Jordi Vilasuso), a gay couple; Gina (Michelle Krusiec), an Asian woman whose mate Choi (Karl Yune) has been delayed; Ben (Jay Larson), a single fellow;...

[Read the whole post on twitchfilm.com...]
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MacGyver: Addison Timlin and Michelle Krusiec Join CBS Pilot

Deadline reports Addison Timlin and Michelle Krusiec have joined the cast of the MacGyver TV series pilot at CBS. They join Lucas Till (Angus MacGyver), George Eads (Lincoln Croix), and Joshua Boone (Gunner). Timlin played Rachel Lewis on the Zero Hour TV series, which was cancelled in 2013 by ABC after only three episodes aired. Eventually, the network burnt off the remaining ten.

On MacGyver, Deadline says, "Timlin will play Mickey, an app developer who’s aggressively progressive in her political views, with a soft spot for MacGyver. Krusiec plays Agent Croix, Lincoln’s (Eads) sister who works for the Department of Homeland Security."

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Californication's Addison Timlin Nabs Female Lead in MacGyver Reboot Pilot

Californication's Addison Timlin Nabs Female Lead in MacGyver Reboot Pilot
Looks like MacGyver will be getting an assist from tech support.

Californication vet Addison Timlin has been cast opposite Lucas Till in CBS’ pilot for a potential reboot of the classic ABC ’80s action drama.

RelatedMacGyver Reboot: X-Men‘s Lucas Till Snags Title Role in CBS Pilot

Per our sister site Deadline, Timlin will play Mickey, a politically progressive app developer with a soft spot for the eponymous troubleshooter.

She joins Michelle Krusiec (Fringe), who has been cast as Homeland Security Agent Croix, sister to conspiracy theorist Lincoln (played by CSI vet George Eads). Joshua Boone (Law & Order: Svu) also stars.
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MacGyver TV Pilot Adds Addison Timlin And Michelle Krusiec

When it comes to figuring out why spy series MacGyver is getting a TV reboot, your guess is as good as mine, but today brings some news about what it’s going to look like, in the form of two cast additions.

Addison Timlin, known best for Californication but most familiar to this writer as the love interest for Anton Yelchin in Stephen Sommers’ under-appreciated Odd Thomas, has boarded the CBS project in the lead female role. She’s playing Mickey, an app developer who’s aggressively progressive in her political views but harbors a soft spot for Lucas Till’s MacGyver. Meanwhile, Michelle Krusiec (Hawaii Five-o) will play Agent Croix, who works for the Department of Homeland Security and is sister to a character named Lincoln (George Eads).

In case this is the first you’re hearing of the TV series, Till (X-Men: First Class) is set to take
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‘MacGyver’: Addison Timlin & Michelle Krusiec Cast In CBS Pilot

Addison Timlin (Califorication) has been cast as the female lead opposite Lucas Till in CBS’ drama pilot MacGyver. Also set as a regular alongside George Eads and Joshua Boone in the reimagining of the 1985 series is Michelle Krusiec (Hawaii Five-0). The pilot, co-written by Paul Downs Colaizzo and Brett Mahoney and directed by David Von Ancken, features twentysomething Angus MacGyver (Till), who is recruited into the clandestine organization from the original series…
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Round-Up: Zombie with Spinning Worms Pin, Hardcore Henry TV Spot, The Unbidden Trailer

Cavity Colors has gone interactive with their latest enamel pin. The worms festering in this poor zombie’s rotting eye socket can be spun with a flick of your wrist! Also in this round-up: a new TV spot for Hardcore Henry and a new trailer for Quentin Lee’s The Unbidden.

Zombie Enamel Pin: “It’S Going To Eat You!

Our first action pin! Use your finger to spin the maggots! Gross out all of your friends!

* Features Spinning Maggots inside the eye socket *

High-quality soft enamel pin with a Black Nickel Finish

Double rubber clutch on the back for secure attachment

Cavitycolors logo on the back

First pressing – Only 200 Available

Art By: Aaron Cavitycolors

Size: Approx 2 inches tall

Shipping: Currently In Production – Ships in approx. 5 – 7 days – $ 12.00.”

To learn more about the new zombie enamel pin, visit Cavity Colors’ website.

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Hardcore Henry: “Strap in. Hardcore Henry is one of
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Full-Length Trailer For Karyn Kusama’s Psychological Thriller ‘The Invitation’

Girlfight and Jennifer’s Body director Karyn Kusama is back this year, returning to her low-budget roots with The Invitation, a taut psychological thriller which follows a dinner party with many twists and turns. We’ve heard the less the known is better, but if one would like to indulge further, a full-length trailer has now arrived, along with a great poster.

We said in our review at SXSW, “When you play in the midnight slot of a film festival nowadays, audiences can expect something to go horribly wrong within the world of the movie. So going into The Invitation, without even knowing what it is about, there’s the impending sense things aren’t going to turn out well. Yet even in that environment, it becomes painfully clear that director Karyn Kusama’s latest feature is going to make audiences outside of that context aware of the stakes. As
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Watch: Dinner Gets Deadly In New Trailer For Karyn Kusama's 'The Invitation'

I almost want to tell you not to watch this trailer. One of the pleasures of going into "Girlfight" director Karyn Kusama's thriller "The Invitation" is watching it unfold into unexpected directions, and knowing as little as possible as such will reap the biggest rewards when checking out this mostly single-location picture. But if you need just a little bit more to convince you to check it out, then by all means watch it. Read More: Fantasia Review: 'Girlfight' Director Karyn Kusama's Tense, Single Setting Thriller 'The Invitation' Logan Marshall-Green, Tammy Blanchard, Michiel Huisman, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Lindsay Burdge, John Carroll Lynch, Mike Doyle, Michelle Krusiec, Marieh Delfino and Jay Larson star in a movie following a group of old friends and a couple of oddball newcomers who get together for dinner. But it's soon revealed that there are deadly ramifications for all involved. Here's
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Karyn Kusama Extends ‘The Invitation’ in First Trailer For Psychological Thriller

After breaking out with Girlfight, which we recently named as one of the great boxing movies, Karyn Kusama‘s career has been a curious one, including the Charlize Theron-led Æon Flux and the Diablo Cody-scripted Jennifer’s Body. She now seems to be returning to her low-budget roots with The Invitation, a taut psychological thriller which follows a dinner party with many twists and turns. We’ve heard the less the known is better, but if you must indulge, the first trailer has landed.

We said in our review at SXSW, “When you play in the midnight slot of a film festival nowadays, audiences can expect something to go horribly wrong within the world of the movie. So going into The Invitation, without even knowing what it is about, there’s the impending sense things aren’t going to turn out well. Yet even in that environment, it
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Watch: First Teaser Trailer For Karyn Kusama's Thriller 'The Invitation'

I was a bit surprised that "Girlfight" director Karyn Kusama's "The Invitation" didn't inspire more buzz across the festival circuit last year. It's a taut thriller that rewards patience in the first half with an electric back half that pays off the preceding character building. Luckily, the movie has found a home with the folks at Drafthouse, who will get this in front of people who will best appreciate it. The first teaser trailer for the film has landed. Read More: The 100 Most Anticipated Films Of 2016 Logan Marshall-Green, Tammy Blanchard, Michiel Huisman, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Lindsay Burdge, John Carroll Lynch, Mike Doyle, Michelle Krusiec, Marieh Delfino and Jay Larson star in a movie revolving around the sinister intentions lurking behind a dinner party in a fancy Los Angeles home. Here's the synopsis: In this taut psychological thriller by Karyn Kusama (Girlfight, Jennifer’s Body), the tension is palpable when Will (Logan.
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The Invitation review [Lff 2015]: “A delicious serving of tense drama”

The Invitation review: A delicious serving of psychological drama, even if it does make you wait for your food. The Invitation review

The Invitation comes to the screen from Girlfight, Jennifer’s Body and Aeon Flux director Katyn Kusama. From a script by Matt Manfredi and Phil Hay, the film centers on a group of thirty-somethings who are invited to a reunion dinner with an old friend, Eden (Tammy Blanchard) and her new partner David (Michiel Huisman).

Amongst the estranged friends invited to the party is Will (Logan Marshall-Green), Eden’s former partner, with whom she sadly suffered a great loss with two years earlier, and his new girlfriend, Kera (Emayatzy Corinealdi). There’s also Michelle Krusiec‘s Gina, whose partner Choi has mysteriously disappeared on his way to the party, or might just be running exceptionally late, partners Tommy and Miguel, single girl Claire, and the mysterious stranger Sadie.
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