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‘Halloween’ Actress Danielle Harris To Star In Horror ‘Flesh’ From ‘The Fallout’ Backers

‘Halloween’ Actress Danielle Harris To Star In Horror ‘Flesh’ From ‘The Fallout’ Backers
Exclusive: Scream queen Danielle Harris (Halloween) has signed on to star in upcoming horror film, Flesh.

Plot details are being kept under wraps but we hear it involves a deranged individual who wants to sacrifice human flesh to a malevolent spirit. Script was written by Reine Swart and Chris McGowan. McGowan is set to direct with production slated for October. The film will mark McGowan’s sophomore film as a director. His directorial debut was last year’s Chasing Nightmares starring Anne Heche, Graham McTavish and Michelle Randolph. Pic is being produced by McGowan with Danielle Harris acting as executive producer. The film is being financed by Clear Media Finance, whose most recent production was Jenna Ortega SXSW drama The Fallout, which was picked up by HBO Max.

Harris is best known for her roles in multiple horror films, including four entries in the Halloween franchise: as Jamie Lloyd in Halloween 4 and Halloween 5,
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Fantastic Fest 2021: ‘Titane,’ ‘Lamb’ & New 4K Restoration Of ‘Possession’ Announced In Initial Line-Up

Fantastic Fest 2021: ‘Titane,’ ‘Lamb’ & New 4K Restoration Of ‘Possession’ Announced In Initial Line-Up
After 18 months of isolation and uncertainty and a 2020 cancellation due to Covid-19, Austin, Texas’s Fantastic Fest film festival is set to return this September. This year’s edition is being dubbed the “Post-Apocalyptic” Fantastic Fest, and according to the organizers, the newly returning festival is here to “remind us of the joy of cinema, community, and weird and wonderful movies.”

Read More: Titane’: The New Flesh Is Thriving, Living Rent-Free in Julia Ducournau’s F*cked Up Metallica Brain [Cannes Review]

The first wave of films is headlined by the truly extraordinary 2021 Palme D’Or winner “Titane” from “Parasite” distributor Neon.

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The Deuce Notebook: Paul Morrissey's Duo of Diabolical Debauchery

The Deuce Notebook: Paul Morrissey's Duo of Diabolical Debauchery
Drawings by Jeff CashvanMovie-lovers!Welcome back to The Deuce Notebook, a collaboration between Mubi Notebook and The Deuce Film Series, our monthly event at Nitehawk Williamsburg that excavates the facts and fantasies of cinema's most infamous block in the world: 42nd Street between 7th and 8th Avenues. For each screening, my co-hosts and I pick a flick that we think embodies the era of all-night movie grinding and present the theater at which it premiered.We’ve had the extreme pleasure of screening Paul Morrissey’s outrageously fun horror treats Flesh for Frankenstein and Blood for Dracula, and we are Thrilled to learn of the new release of Dracula by Severin Films, and the upcoming restoration of Frankenstein by Vinegar Syndrome—so, we thought we’d share some thoughts on two of our favorite movies.And… once again, our 'famous' raffle - this month, a little different: four winners will
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Film Review: Gate of Flesh (1964) by Seijun Suzuki

Film Review: Gate of Flesh (1964) by Seijun Suzuki
In the mid-1960s, Seijun Suzuki would go on to make a trilogy of features, now called the “Flesh Trilogy”, that would depict a degraded post-war Japan and people’s poor living standards in it. These depictions were put forth in the form of stories that featured women that trade in their own flesh. The first of these would be “Gate of Flesh”, a production based on a novel by Taijiro Tamura that would go on to stand tall as one of the best in Suzuki’s fantastic and lengthy oeuvre.

Heavily bombed, post-war Tokyo is a dog-eat-dog city where a living is hard to come by and people are still exploited on a daily basis. The city lies in ruin and so do the lives of its inhabitants. In one such bombed building live five prostitutes, all working without any support from any males and taking
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How Elizabeth Diller Changed Architecture

How Elizabeth Diller Changed Architecture
“We’re never really quite satisfied with anything we do,” says Elizabeth Diller, founding partner of the ultramodern architecture firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro. It’s not quite a humblebrag, more a lingering anxiety about her most famous creation: New York’s High Line.

When the first section of the elevated park opened in Manhattan, in 2009, it transformed the island’s west side. Once a dilapidated train track, the High Line is now flanked by luxury condos and office buildings designed by the world’s leading architects. But as she watched
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DC Universe’s New Supergirl Is ‘Young And The Restless’ Actress Sasha Calle; Will Make Debut In Upcoming ‘Flash’ Film

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DC Universe’s New Supergirl Is ‘Young And The Restless’ Actress Sasha Calle; Will Make Debut In Upcoming ‘Flash’ Film
Exclusive: Chosen from over 425 actresses who auditioned, The Young and the Restless Daytime Emmy nominee Sasha Calle has scored the feature role of DC Universe’s new Supergirl. The Boston, Ma born-Columbian actress is the first Latina Supergirl ever in DC.

Andy Muschietti watched all the auditions and I hear, along with DC Film Boss Walter Hamada and the producers, were blown away by the actress’ toughness and vulnerability that she brought to the role.

“I saw more than four hundred auditions. The US,Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Colombia . The talent pool was truly amazing and it was very hard to make a decision, but we finally found an actress who was destined to play this role,” said The Flash director Andy Muschietti who has a keen eye for discovering talent, in particular all the young actors from the first It movie.

The actresses weren’t informed what part they were
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‘The Flash’ Will Feature the Birth of the Cinematic Multiverse, and Batman Makes Barry Allen a New Suit [DC FanDome]

‘The Flash’ Will Feature the Birth of the Cinematic Multiverse, and Batman Makes Barry Allen a New Suit [DC FanDome]
The Flash has been the subject of two television shows, multiple video games, and several movie appearances over the years, but the Scarlet Speedster has not received a solo live-action film…yet. That’s about to change in 2022 with Warner Bros.The Flash, which will see It and It Chapter Two director Andy Muschietti put the spotlight […]

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‘The Flash’ and ‘The Matrix 4’ Get Release Dates from Warner Bros.

‘The Flash’ and ‘The Matrix 4’ Get Release Dates from Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. has dated the fourth “The Matrix” movie and “The Flash” for summer openings in 2021 and 2022, respectively, and pulled “Akira” off the schedule.

The studio announced Wednesday that “The Flash” would be released on July 1, 2022, while the untitled “Matrix” would open on May 21, 2021. “The Flash” will star Ezra Miller, who debuted as The Flash in Zack Snyder’s “Batman vs. Superman” with roles in “Suicide Squad and “Justice League.”

Original stars Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss are returning for the fourth “Matrix” along with co-creator Lana Wachowski. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jessica Henwick, and Neil Patrick Harris will also star.

The Matrix movie is taking over the slot for “Akira,” which has now has no release date. Warner Bros. has apparently ditched “Akira” for now despite the movie — which had been due to be produced by Leonardo DiCaprio — having been allocated to receive a conditional $18.5 million tax credit for shooting in California.
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The Flash Revving Up? Warner Bros In Talks With ‘It’ Director Andy Muschietti

The Flash Revving Up? Warner Bros In Talks With ‘It’ Director Andy Muschietti
Three years ago this month, Warner Bros introduced Dope filmmaker Rick Famuyiwa to Comic-Con fans as the director who would bring the Flash to the big screen in a solo adventure.

Andy Muschietti, the director of New Line Cinema’s horror record-breaker It and its upcoming sequel, is now being eyed to stay at Warner Bros and direct The Flash, the studio’s long-gestating DC superhero pic. We hear that no offers have been made, so this is still early days.

The stand-alone pic stemming from the DC UniverseJustice League of superheroes has had several big directors attached including at some earlier point Phil Lord and Chris Miller, Seth-Grahame-Smith (who wrote the film’s script) and Famuyiwa.

Most recently, Spider-Man: Homecoming scribes John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein were aboard to direct and penned the most recent scripts. They are now off the project, with THR, which first broke the Muschietti story today,
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'The Flash': Why Horror Directors and Superheroes Mesh Well

'The Flash': Why Horror Directors and Superheroes Mesh Well
Development for The Flash has long been stuck in slow-motion, but the Scarlet Speedster is once again at the starting block, and this time seems ready to catch-up to his fellow Justice Leaguers, courtesy of a new director and screenwriter. Today The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that It-helmer Andy Muschietti will direct The Flash, taking over for John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein. Christina Hodson (Bumblebee, Birds of Prey) will write the new script, using neither Daley and Goldstein’s drafts nor the script Grant Morrison co-wrote with star Ezra Miller. Muschietti is now the fourth director to join the DC film from Warner ...
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Ezra Miller Reportedly Done With The Flash, WB Will Recast The Role

Recently, development on Warner Bros.’ The Flash movie took an unexpected turn. Star Ezra Miller disagreed with the lighter tone directors Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley want and so decided to provide his own script for the Scarlet Speedster’s solo movie with comic book scribe Grant Morrison. It was reported that if the studio didn’t want to go with his screenplay, though, Miller would be out as Barry Allen.

Well, according to a source close to We Got This Covered, this has come to pass and Miller may now be done as the Flash. It should be said that our source notes they’ve heard some conflicting information on the topic, but we’re told that the general consensus amongst those close to the project is that the Justice League star won’t be playing the lead in The Flash, after all, and Warner Bros. will now recast the role.
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Ezra Miller’s 'Flash' Script Said to Be in the Vein of Flashpoint

Ezra Miller’s 'Flash' Script Said to Be in the Vein of Flashpoint
At a time when the DC franchise is finally looking pretty healthy, The Flash movie is encountering an unexpected new set of problems. Though directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein seemed to be progressing well with the project, the latest twist in this long-gestating production is that star Ezra Miller is not happy with the direction the duo want to go in. Instead, he’s decided to come up with his own alternate script, to be penned with comic book legend Grant Morrison.

Many eyebrows were raised when this news came about last week, leaving fans eager to find out more about what Miller and Morrison want to do with the Scarlet Speedster. Now, Full Circle Cinema has shared a report which helps illuminate the situation somewhat. As previously stated, Miller’s beef with Daley and Goldstein’s take is that it’s too light-hearted and grounded for his tastes.
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The Flash Movie: Ezra Miller and Grant Morrison to Write Script

John Saavedra Mar 18, 2019

Ezra Miller and Grant Morrison will tackle the script for the eternally-in-development Flash movie.

The long-in-gestation Flash movie is getting a new writing team: veteran writer Grant Morrison and Barry Allen himself, Ezra Miller. According to THR, the star is taking on scripting duties after "a clash of creative visions" with directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein (Spider-Man: Homecoming), who reportedly have a more lighthearted approach in mind. Miller and Morrison's script could decide whether the young actor stays on as the Scarlet Speedster, according to the outlet.

While this would be Miller's first writing credit on a major motion picture, Morrison brings a lot of comic book experience to the team. Morrison not only co-wrote an excellent Flash run with Mark Millar back in the '90s, but he's tackled most of DC's most popular heroes, giving many of them character-defining storylines. Just go read All-Star Superman,
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'Flash' Shocker: Ezra Miller Writing Script in Bid to Stay On as Star

'Flash' Shocker: Ezra Miller Writing Script in Bid to Stay On as Star
In a bid to keep himself involved as the Scarlet Speedster, actor Ezra Miller is taking a hands-on approach to The Flash.

Miller is taking a stab at writing the script for the Warner Bros. project, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. He has teamed up with Grant Morrison, the acclaimed comics author, to pen a draft that could determine if he stays on as star, playing crimefighter Barry Allen.

The development has bubbled up from a clash of creative visions. John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, who have been on board the project since January 2018, have a light-hearted approach to ...
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8 Actors Who Should Replace Ben Affleck as The Batman

8 Actors Who Should Replace Ben Affleck as The Batman
After years of rumors, Ben Affleck is officially out as The Batman in the DC Extended Universe. Affleck gave the role of the Caped Crusader a fighting chance, portraying him in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad and Justice League, before deciding that the cape and cowl were not right for him.

It's unclear exactly what it was that ruptured the relationship here between Ben Affleck and Warner Bros. Pictures. It could have been the hectic schedule that kept Affleck from other projects, particularly with Justice League, which had an extreme amount of reshoots. It also could have simply been the fact that Affleck was probably more interested in pursuing higher quality roles, considering that all three of his DC movies bombed with critics. No matter the reason, Affleck is now gone, meaning that both DC and the fans need to be more focused on the future rather than the past.
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Aquaman’s Mid-Credits Scene Had A Small Flashpoint Teaser

Now that Aquaman has raked in more than one billion dollars at the global box office, it’s probably safe to assume that as long as Warner Bros. continue making enjoyable DC-themed films that resonate with most moviegoers, they should be good from here on out. In fact, recent news even says that more focus is being placed on standalone superhero flicks going forward, as opposed to following the Marvel Studios model.

As you may know, the winds shifted in Burbank several times before we got to this point. Those of you who enjoy keeping up with this kind of stuff should be aware of how a Flashpoint film was being planned before Justice League tanked. Cool as something like that would’ve been to witness on the silver screen, it just wouldn’t have made sense to assemble what would essentially be Jl 1.5 when the first attempt didn’t bring in the desired loot.
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Aquaman’s Post-Credits Scene Had A Funny Wonder Woman Easter Egg

The references to the wider Dceu found in the new Aquaman movie may be few and far between, but it seems that James Wan’s picture contains more nods to Arthur Curry’s old Justice League co-stars than initially meets the eye. And since we’re going to be talking about one such Easter Egg that lies at the very end of the film, spoilers lie ahead.

The moment in question comes in the post-credits scene, where Black Manta wakes up in the home of Dr. Stephen Shin. On the wall of the room, we see an assortment of newspaper clippings featuring stories of the mysterious Aquaman, including one which refers to the hero as an “underwater Superman.”

But the shout out that’s really been getting the attention of the fans, and even earned a retweet last night from director Wan himself, is the headline that reads, “Wonder Woman Nixes Aquaman Dating Rumour.
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Batman: Major Flashpoint Character Returns in New DC Comic

John Saavedra Dec 5, 2018

The Dark Knight has a run-in with an alternate universe in the latest issue of Tom King's Batman.

This Batman article contains spoilers.

The Caped Crusader has gone rogue, left to pick up the pieces of a shattered engagement to Catwoman and solve a mystery that's already amassed quite the body count. What's Batman's solution to his current problems? Punching everyone in the face, of course.

At the center of the mystery is Bane, the architect of the Dark Knight's latest crisis, who has taken over Arkham Asylum and recruited a band of bad guys to help him break the Bat once and for all. With this group of baddies, the villain has managed to send Bruce's life into turmoil. A back apparently heals much faster than a broken heart.

Batman #60, the latest issue from writer Tom King and artist Mikel Janin, teases that things are
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Supergirl Reports to Uncle Sam? Did Conners Miss a History Lesson? Is Game Night on Shelf Too Long? And More Qs!

Supergirl Reports to Uncle Sam? Did Conners Miss a History Lesson? Is Game Night on Shelf Too Long? And More Qs!
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Titans, Legends of Tomorrow, The Resident and The Conners!

1 | Has Titans‘ Kory always been in a pantsuit? Or did we miss a quick wardrobe change?

2 | Really, SNL? (And so soon after this equally egregious typo?) And unless they had some deals we don’t know about, wouldn’t the Office alumni who begged host Steve Carell for a reboot (i.e. with a new cast) stand to make far more cash on a revival?
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Ezra Miller promises a “f*cking crazy-dope Flash movie”

It’s coming up to nine months now since it was confirmed that Spider-Man: Homecoming screenwriters and Game Night directors Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley had boarded Warner Bros. and DC FilmsThe Flash movie.

Given the lack of official updates since, it appears that the solo film is no further along than it has been at any point since it was first announced announced as part of the initial DC Extended Universe slate. However, speaking to Playboy to promote the release of his new film Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, star Ezra Miller has promised that the movie is coming, and when it does, it’ll be “fucking crazy dope”.

“Nothing is ever certain in this world, but as certain as things get, we’re making a fucking crazy-dope Flash movie,” said Miller. “It’s one of my great life dreams, and just the fact that we
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