Open Roadhas released a trailer for SAW V director David Hackl’s Grizzly, previously titled Endangered and Red Machine. The film stars Bob Thornton (”Fargo”), James Marsden (Straw Dogs), Thomas Jane (The Punisher), and stunners Piper Perabo (”Covert Affairs”) and Michaela McManus (”Vampire Diaries”).
Grizzly follows a deputy (Jane) as he searches for his missing wife (Perabo) in the Alaskan wilderness with the aid of his estranged brother (Marsden) and his girlfriend (McManus). Making matters more dire are the bloodthirsty bear stalking them and the wacko hunter (Thornton) trailing it.
Making a donation to UNICEF as part of J.J. Abrams’ “Force for Change” campaign can win you a trip to London to visit the set of Star Wars: Episode VII, meet the cast, and cameo in the film. In addition, one lucky winner will score an early and private screening.
We are so grateful for the support that the fans from over 119 countries have shown for Force for Change.
As we close this final week, we’ve added an additional prize that allows the fans the opportunity to see the movie early as a thank you for supporting such a great cause as UNICEF’s innovative, lifesaving work for children.
Of course, if you hate kids and good deeds, you can just watch the video Abrams released and marvel at the sight of an actual X-Wing Fighter.
Pirates of the Caribbean alumna Astrid Berges-Frisbey goes nude in her new sci-fi film I Origins. Directed by Mike Cahill (Another Earth), the film follows a molecular biologist (Michael Pitt) and his lab assistant (Brit Marling) as they uncover “startling evidence that may fundamentally change society as we know it.”
Those breasts were the cause of heated debate among Clatto readers, dividing my beloved children into two camps: those who love the French starlet’s natural boobs, and those disturbed and puzzled by their droopiness at such a young age. It was truly one of Clatto’s most controversial posts. See the boobs and chime in here.
Stunner Shannon Lucio stars in Syfy’s “12 Monkeys,” an adaptation of Terry Gilliam’s acclaimed 1995 time travel thriller that starred Bruce Willis and Madeline Stowe. Aaron Stanford and Amanda Schull are Syfy’s leads for the show, but costar Shannon Lucio is top banana as far as we’re concerned.
Horror fans will recognize Lucio as vampire Bill Compton’s wife Caroline on HBO’s “True Blood,” while big boob fans will never forget her role as secret agent Miriam Holtz (pictured above) on Fox’s “Prison Break.” No word on what character she plays in “12 Monkeys,” but we hope it involves a snug wardrobe.
Universal Pictures has released a trailer for Platinum Dunes and Blumhouse Productions Ouija, a new supernatural thriller based on the classic board game used as a spirit board for kids to contact and play with the dead! WTF were toy makers thinking when they created this thing?
Ouija finds a group of attractive kids trying to give a shout out to their deceased friend through a spirit board (no texting or tweeting in the afterlife). Unfortunately, they unleash an ancient evil that isn’t out to play games (see what I did there).
Ouija stars Olivia Cooke (”Bates Motel”), Daren Kagasoff (”Secret Life of the American Teenager”), Douglas Smith (”Big Love”), Ana Coto (DisCONNECTED), and Bianca Santos (”The Fosters”). It arrives in theaters Oct. 24.
Gravitas Ventures has released a trailer for writer and director Carter Smith’s new supernatural thriller Jamie Marks is Dead, an adaptation of Christopher Barzak’s debut novel “One for Sorrow.” The film marks Smith’s first feature since 2008’s killer vines frightener The Ruins.
Jamie Marks is Dead tells the story of a bullied, small town kid (Noah Silver) whose dead body is found by a popular jock (Cameron Monaghan), who becomes obsessed with his passing and is soon visited by his ghost. Costarring are Morgan Saylor (”Homeland”), Judy Greer (Carrie) and Liv Tyler (pictured).
The film arrives in selected theaters and VOD on Aug. 29.
Twentieth Century Fox has released a first trailer for Ridley Scott’s biblical epic Exodus: Gods and Kings, a re-telling of the tale of Moses that we hope won’t be as ridiculously awful as Darren Aronofsky’s Noah, an embarrassing re-imagining of Noah as a Clash of the Titans character.
Unfortunately, the trailer fails to give us faith in the film. Clatto doesn’t mean to be holier than thou. If there is a heaven, we won’t be there. But, bible stories are so brutal and awesome, why not stick to the original source? Here’s hoping Scott gets it right.
Anyway… Christian Bale (Dark Knight) stars as Moses and Joel Edgerton (The Thing) plays Pharaoh Ramses. Co-stars include Aaron Paul (”Breaking Bad”), John Turturro (Transformers), Sigourney Weaver (Aliens) and Ben Kingsley (Iron Man 3).
A new trailer has gone online for husband and wife producers Jennifer Blanc and Michael Biehn’s Hidden in the Woods, a remake of Chilean filmmaker Patricio Vallardes’ incest-fueled, rape-happy survival thriller En Las Afueras de La Ciudad.
Directed by Vallardes, the film starsElectra Avellan and Jeannine Kaspar as sisters repeatedly raped and tormented by their hooligan father until the day he’s sent to the pokey. The girls barely have time to pull up their knickers when their drug lord uncle shows up to collect the money their father owes him.
“True Blood” star Deborah Ann Woll is set to star in Marvel’s new “Daredevil” series for Netflix. She joins a cast that includes Charlie Cox (”Boardwalk Empire”) as blind attorney Matt Murdock turned superhero Daredevil, Vincent D’Onofrio as nemesis Kingpin, and Rosario Dawson as a busty do-gooder.
The 13-episode series finds Woll playing Karen Page, Murdock’s on-again, off-again girlfriend, introduced in the comic’s very first issue. We’re thrilled with Woll’s casting and relieved Marvel didn’t go PC and cast a fattie or dude (hello, DC) as Daredevil’s main squeeze (afterall, it’s not like a blind guy needs a hot girlfriend).
Woll is coming off the seventh and final season of the HBO vampire soap “True Blood.” Her role as sexy, impetuous teen-vamp Jessica Hamby earned her a spot on Clatto’s list of The 11 Sexiest Maneater Babes in Horror.
New Line and Warner Bros. have released a two-minute plus trailer for Annabelle, its spinoff to James Wan’s blockbuster ghost story The Conjuring. The Annabelle doll was introduced in the film as one of the haunted artifacts collected by married demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren.
Written by Gary Dauberman (Crawlspace), Annabelle serves as the creepy doll’s origins story. Stunner Annabelle Wallis (”The Tudors”) toplines the film. Costars include Ward Horton (”One Life to Live”). Michelle Romano (The Witching Hours) and Alfre Woodard (”True Blood”). It’s in theaters Oct. 3.