Three teaser trailers have been released for a new horror movie called Ghost Stories. The movie is based on the long-running British stage show created by Andy Nyman, an English magician, and this is the synopsis:
Ghost Stories stars Andy Nyman as Professor Phillip Goodman, a psychologist and arch-skeptic, who has his rationality tested when he stumbles across a long-lost file containing details of three terrifying hauntings. He then embarks on a mission to find rational explanations for the ghostly happenings.
Nyman is joined by an ensemble cast that includes Martin Freeman, Alex Lawther, Jill Halfpenny, Paul Whitehouse, Nicholas Burns, Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, Daniel Hill, Derren Brown, and Ryan Oliva.
The teasers make it feel like it might be an anthology film, but it also appears that there may be a connection between the three stories.
You can watch the first three teaser trailers for the film below. The movie already premiered at the London Film Festival and is set to be released sometime next year in 2018. Does this look like a horror film you'd want to see?
Karl Urban (Dredd), Ashley Greene (Twilight) are set to star in the action-adventure film Snowblind.
Variety reports that Marcus Alqueres will direct the film and Hank Woon is penning the script based on Don Roff’s novel Snowblind. It follows the story of a U.S. Ranger haunted by painful memories of a family tragedy, who becomes stranded with his platoon in a remote cabin in the woods. As they fight for survival they find a box filled with $5 million in cash and a dark, disturbing secret.
Alqueres is known for his outstanding visual effects work on films such as 300, Source Code, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, and The Adventures of Tintin.
Urban can next be seen in Marvel’s upcoming superhero flick Thor: Ragnarok. Greene is best known for her role as Alice Cullen in the Twilight franchise.
No official word on a production date or a possible release date.
We've all heard the iconic Beatles song "Come Together" used in the trailer for the Justice League, but now we have an official music video packed with footage from the DC film.
This version of "Come Together" is performed by Gary Clark Jr you can check it out below:
This take on the song is a collaboration between Gary Clark Jr. and Junkie XL, who was was replaced by Danny Elfman on Justice League earlier this year.
Junkie XL, who is responsible for the iconic Wonder Woman theme, made it clear that it wasn't his choice to leave the project, but in his official statement, he wished everyone else well. He told THR:
"As my mentor Hans Zimmer told me — you haven't made it in Hollywood as a composer until you get replaced on a project. So I guess [I] finally graduated this week. It pains me to leave the project, but a big thanks to Zack for asking me to part of his vision, and I wish Danny, Joss and Warner Bros all the best with Justice League."
Elfman is no stranger to the DC Universe, he composed the scores for classics like Batman, Batman Returns, even Sam Raimi's Spider-Man, and Spider-Man 2.
It's not clear when the Justice League soundtrack will be available in stores, but keep your eyes peeled in the next few weeks.
I also include a new featurette that focuses on Ben Affleck's Batman and it gives us a bit of new footage to enjoy.
As for the movie, Justice League hits theaters on November 17.
Even though Fox has just begun production on Ryan Murphy's new drama 9-1-1, the network isn't wasting any time in promoting his upcoming broadcast series. The network released the first trailer during the World Series.
The show "explores the high-pressure experiences of police, paramedics and firefighters who are thrust into the most frightening, shocking and heart-stopping situations. These emergency responders must try to balance saving those who are at their most vulnerable with solving the problems in their own lives."
In the one-minute spot, we see Angela Bassett and the two newer additions to the cast — Connie Britton and Peter Krause, as a police first responders. The promo also confirms that the series will premiere in January, that's typically when the network runs its most hyped new series.
Check out the trailer below and let us know if it looks like a series worth checking out.
Thor: Ragnarok will no doubt go down as one of Marvel's funniest and most enjoyable films in the entire MCU, but it will forever be missing the funniest Marvel character. Ragnarok already features an impressive lineup of Marvel heroes like The Hulk, Thor, Valkyrie, and villains like Hela, so how could you possibly up the ante? Maybe by adding a certain merc with a mouth? Ragnarok director Taika Waititi was recently asked by a fan on Twitter who he would bring in if he could choose any Marvel character, Waititi responded:
Waititi is, of course referring to the fact that Deadpool's rights are currently held by 20th Century FOX, and the studio is probably not planning on letting go of their raunchy and foul-mouthed hero.
It kind of goes without saying that a Waititi version of Deadpool would be incredible and Ryan Reynolds would probably thrive with how much improvisation the director uses.
Waititi told MTV News that about 80% of Thor: Ragnarok was improvised, which yielded some of the movies best stuff. So much so that actor Mark Ruffalo wondered how they hadn't been fired yet.
"Mark Ruffalo would be finished shooting for the day," Waititi said. "And he'd come up to me and he'd be like, 'Why have we not been fired yet? We are doing the most insane stuff in this film, so where's the phone call?'"
Ryan Reynolds is known for improvising and both films also have similar visions in how seriously they take themselves. I.E., not very seriously at all.
"If we were taking things a little too seriously. I would say, ‘Never forget that we're making a cosmic adventure with a space Viking.' That sort of captures it all. We've got the Incredible Hulk, and a giant woman with antlers. We've got aliens and spaceships. It's almost like a bunch of kids were asked what they wanted to put into a movie, and then we just did that."
Even though we won't be seeing Deadpool, you can still catch Thor: Ragnarok when it hits theaters on November 3.
Justin Long and Donald Faison will co-star in The Wave, an indie film written and produced by Carl W. Lucas and directed by Gille Klabin. The film is about a lawyer who changes his outlook on a high-stakes insurance case when a life-changing, drug-induced night on the town with co-workers actually ends up changing the way he lives life.
According to Deadline, Long will play Frank, an image-obsessed attorney who changes course on a controversial insurance case. Faison is Frank’s coworker Jeff who encourages Frank to live a little and join him for a night out on the town.
Faison is known for his role on Scrubs, and Long is know for his roles in Live Free or Die Hard and Drag Me To Hell.No word on when production will begin or when the film is expected to be released.
Chris Hemsworth is back as the Almighty Thor in Marvel's third installment centered on the God of Thunder himself. Thor: Ragnarok isn't just the best Thor movie, its one of Marvel's best films, period. It's loaded with great new characters, amazing action, and is easily the MCU's funniest! There is just so much color and character in Taika Waititi's MCU directorial debut. It's almost like watching a live-action version of the 1980's classic cartoon Masters of The Universe. If you even slightly enjoy Marvel's latest lineup of films, you are going to love Thor: Ragnarok.
Scarlett Johansson is easily one of the busiest actors these days so it comes as no surprise that she is now in early talks to star in the Focus Features drama Reflective Light.
Variety reports that Gregory Crewdson, an art photographer, is making his directing debut on the adaptation of the 2014 Carla Buckley novel The Deepest Secret.
The story is about a teenage boy who suffers from an ailment that makes him gravely allergic to sunlight. If Johansson’s deal goes through, she would play the boy's mother, so devoted to her son’s care that she alienates the rest of their family, creating a nocturnal lifestyle for him at the expense of her own well-being. When a neighborhood girl goes missing, everything begins to unravel.
Focus got the rights to the movie right before this year’s Cannes Film Festival and hopes to start production next year.
Johansson, can be seen next in Avengers: Infinity War and is also lending her voice to Wes Anderson’s animated Isle of Dogs.
Right now Gerard Butler is fighting the weather in theaters in Geostorm. But the 300 actor has yet another film coming down the pike. In Den of Thieves, Butler is a cop hunting a team of robbers. The movie looks to be very similar to Heat, but instead ofPacino andDe Niro, we get Butler and Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson.
Here’s the official Den of Thieves synopsis:
A Los Angeles crime saga in the vein of “Heat”, DEN OF THIEVES follows the intersecting and often personally connected lives of an elite unit of the LA County Sheriff’s Dept. and the state’s most successful bank robbery crew as the outlaws plan a seemingly impossible heist on the Federal Reserve Bank of downtown Los Angeles.
Say what you want about Den of Thieves but I think it looks like a pretty entertaining action flick. Will it be the best of the year? Probably not, but the cast isn't terrible, and the story is familiar, but looks interesting enough. What do you guys think.