Colin Minihan’s What Keeps You Alive opens with a low-angle, from-the-ground shot of treetops above, swaying in the wind – and with an anniversary. A year after they married, Jules (Brittany Allen) and diabetic Jackie (Hannah Emily Anderson) celebrate with a second honeymoon at the isolated lakeside house in Timber Bay that Jackie’s grandfather built
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Three more names have been added to Mike Flanagan’s film of Stephen King’s Shining sequel Doctor Sleep, which stars Ewan McGregor and Rebecca Ferguson. First up, Variety reports that everyone’s favourite Westworld Season 2 star Zahn McClarnon is in talks to play “Crow Daddy, the right-hand man of Ferguson’s character.” Ferguson, of course, is playing
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We’re finally getting an adaptation of Brian K Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s beloved comic Y: The Last Man, and things are getting going on the pilot which is apparently now just called Y. Deadline reports that veteran actor Timothy Hutton (Leverage, The Dark Half, All The Money In The World) has been cast as the
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The cast of Jordan Peele’s Get Out follow-up Us just got a lot bigger By Poppy-Jay Palmer 02-08-18 13,736 The cast of Jordan Peele’s mysterious followup to 2017 horror hit Get Out just got bigger and better. The latest actors to join the film include Shahadi Wright Joseph, Evan Alex, Madison Curry, Cali Sheldon and Noelle
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Warner Bros TV currently has a reboot of sitcom ALF in development, reports TV Line. The project is still in the early stages, but WB seems very keen, and is currently searching for a writer to lead the series. ALF first aired on NBC from September 1986 to March 1990, and ran for four seasons and 102 episodes.
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This Meg continues to go all out with these lovely new art posters By Poppy-Jay Palmer 31-07-18 3,398 You can read the synopsis for The Meg here: Jason Statham (Spy, Furious 7, The Expendables films) and award-winning Chinese actress Li Bingbing (Transformers: Age of Extinction, Forbidden Kingdom, The Message) star in the science fiction action thriller The Meg, directed by Jon Turteltaub (the National
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At its best, the horror anthology serves as a delicious amuse-bouche of scares. Ideally, the spread will feature complementary flavours and textures but in life, you rarely get exactly what you want. Mick Garris’ new horror anthology, Nightmare Cinema, is frankly a mix of good and bad. Featuring five filmmakers and six short films, Nightmare
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We’ve been eagerly awaiting more news regarding BBC and production company Bad Wolf’s upcoming take on Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials novel series since it was announced, and today they’ve finally dropped a big one: basically the entire cast list. Dafne Keen (Logan) is playing young protagonist Lyra, and leading a rather impressive cast made up
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Aristocrats – aren’t they the worst? Entitled and elitist; cruel and often willfully sadistic. They’re more than wealthy, more than powerful – they believe the right to rule runs in their very veins. That’s what separates them from mere Bond-style supervillains. Anyone can claw themselves up to fortune or position, but you can’t buy class.
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“I came here to have a serious discussion with you, not to be psychoanalysed,” complains Ethan Lightman (Thomas Mann) to his semi-estranged girlfriend Hannah (Nicola Peltz), about halfway through Anthony Scott Burns’ Our House. The line marks an important transition. For up until this point, Our House has followed young adult Ethan, his teenaged brother
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