A banned San Diego Comic-Con trailer has gone online for season two of Starz’s new original series, “Ash vs Evil Dead.” The show is produced by Raimi, Rob Tapert, and Bruce Campbell, who reprises his role as beloved antihero Ashley J. Williams.
The trailer was deemed too graphic for Comic-Con, but looks totally appropriate for the Evil Dead fans that have made the show a hit. It’s gory, violent, a little sexy, and more fun than you can shake a severed limb at! Can’t wait for October.
Universal Pictures has released a new trailer for DreamWorks’ adaptation of Paula Hawkins 2015 debut novel Girl On the Train. Emily Blunt toplines the erotic thriller as Rachel Watson, a barren, unemployed, and alcoholic divorcée hung up on her ex and obsessed with the perfect young couple living on his street.
Horror fans will recognize the female half of that young couple as Haley Bennett (pictured), star of 2008’s The Haunting of Molly Hartley. Bennett plays Megan Hipwell, nanny to Rachel’s ex’s new baby and all-around hottie.
Disney released a new and absolutely awesome featurette for its upcoming Lucasfilm prequel Rogue One: A Star Wars Story during this week’s Star Wars Celebration in Europe. The clip includes new jaw-dropping footage and BTS action, a glimpse at new characters, and everything that will make you so insanely happy!
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story follows the Rebellion team tasked with stealing the plans to the Empire’s Death Star, leading to its destruction in the 1977 original Star Wars: A New Hope. Set to release Dec. 16, the prequel is directed by Gareth Edwards (Godzilla) and written by Chris Weitz (Cinderella).
Anchor Bay has released a trailer for The Neighbor, a new thriller from director Marcus Dunstan and writer Patrick Melton, the talented and twisted duo behind white-knuckle frighteners Feast, The Collector and The Collection.
Set in Cutter, Mississippi, The Neighbor tells the terrifying tale of a man who finds his missing girlfriend in a neighbor’s house along with a group of kidnap victims and attempts to lead them to safety. Things get dicey when the neighbor gets home.
The Neighbor stars Alex Essoe (Starry Eyes), Jaqueline Fleming (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter), Heather Williams (Sorrow), model/actress Melissa Bolona, and Josh Stewart (The Collector, The Collection). It arrives on DVD, Blu-ray, and VOD on Sept. 6.
Busty-supermodel-turned-busty-actress Charlotte McKinney will set pulses racing in Sony Pictures’ remake of director Joel Schumacher’s Flatliners, a 1990 sci-fi thriller about med-school students conducting near-death experiments to see what lies in the afterlife.
McKinney plays a nurse with enormous boobs who has sex with a medical student during a comedic scene Deadline reports. McKinney’s natural talents were first seen on screen in Carl’s Jr.’s All Natural Burger ad for Super Bowl XLIX, a viral sensation that broke records with more than 2.5 billion media impressions.
The Flatliners remake is directed by Niels Arden Oplevscribe (Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, 2009) from a script by Ben Ripley (The Source Code). Ellen Page (Juno), Diego Luna (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Kiersey Clemens (Neighbors 2), Nina Dobrev (”Vampire Diaries”), and Flatliners O.G. Kiefer Sutherlandco-star.
Lionsgate is playing games again. The studio announced today it has set an Oct. 27, 2017 release date for its new entry in its record-breaking SAW franchise. Cameras roll Sept. 12 – Oct. 21 in Toronto with brother directing team Michael and Peter Spierig (Daybreakers) at the helm.
Named the Most Successful Horror Movie Series of all time by Guinness World Records in 2010, SAW spawned six sequels and earned more than $800 million worldwide. The film launched director James Wan’s career and gave horror one of its most memorable villains in Tobin Bell’s John “Jigsaw” Kramer.
No word on what exactly the new SAW film will have in store for us, but writing duties have gone to Piranha 3D and Sorority Row scribes Pete Goldfinger and Josh Stolberg. A lot of peeps are whining about SAW’s return, but we’re pumped and hope John Kramer and Amanda Young (Shawnee Smith) return somehow.
Warner Bros. and MGM have set a March 16, 2018 theatrical release date for director Roar Uthaug’s Tomb Raider reboot, starring Alicia Vikander as iconic video game treasure hunter Lara Croft. This is fabulous news as I’m getting my hair washed on March 15, 2018 and would have missed the premiere!
Based on Square Enix’s 2013 reboot of the Tomb Raider video game, the new adaptation finds Vikander as a young and inexperienced, small-breasted Croft on her first big adventure. The Croft role was famously played by Angelina Jolie for Paramount in 2001’s Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and 2003’s Cradle of Life sequel.
Vikander won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar this year for her role in The Danish Girl, but was actually seen by movie audiences in the sexy A.I. thriller Ex Machina. She also co-starred in the awesome, but overlooked, Man From U.N.C.L.E. remake andwill next be seen in this summer’s Jason Bourne.
Kiefer Sutherland is set to star in Sony Pictures’ remake of director Joel Schumacher’s Flatliners, a 1990 sci-fi thriller about med-school students conducting near-death experiments to see what lies in the afterlife. Sutherland, who starred in the original, will play a seasoned doctor in the redo reports Deadline.
Niels Arden Oplevscribe (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, 2009) is at the helm, working off a script by Ben Ripley(The Source Code). Joining Sutherland are Ellen Page (Juno), Diego Luna (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), James Norton (Rush), Kiersey Clemens (Neighbors 2), and Nina Dobrev (”Vampire Diaries”).
Despite its intriguing premise, Flatliners remains most notable for its impressive cast of then rising stars, including Sutherland, Julia Roberts, Kevin Bacon, William Baldwin and Oliver Platt. Produced for $26 million, the film grossed over $61 million domestically during its theatrical run.
Starz has released a trailer for season two of “Ash vs Evil Dead,” its hit small screen adaptation of Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead. The show is produced by Raimi, Rob Tapert, and Bruce Campbell, reprising his role as beloved antihero Ashley J. Williams.
Season one picked up 30 years after Ash’s last battle with the Deadites and sees him inadvertently conjuring them back during a sexual escapade. The new season finds our heroes healing from the trauma they’ve suffered while taking out demon scum one mutilation at a time.
Bond girl and “Narcos” actress Stephanie Sigman is starring in Annabelle 2, a James Wan produced sequel to the original Conjuring spinoff that saw the demonically possessed doll wreck havoc on a young family in 1969 Los Angeles.
Sigman plays Sister Charlotte in the film, an orphanage nun who takes refuge with her girls at a doll maker’s home when her facility is shut down. Things go from bad to worse when she and the orphans catch Annabelle’s attention.
Sigman first caught Hollywood’s eye in the Mexican crime thriller Miss Bala, in which she played an abducted beauty pageant contestant used as a mule by drug runners. A recurring role on the regrettably short-lived FX series “The Bridge” followed and led to Netflix’s Pablo Escobar drama “Narcos.”
Annabelle 2 marks the Mexican stunner’s second major movie release, having appeared as the first Mexican Bond girl in last year’s Spectre.