‘Godzilla: King of the Monsters’ Looks Like a Roaring Good Time!


Warner Bros. and Legendary released today a final trailer for for Michael Dougherty’s (Trick ‘r Treat) Godzilla: King of the Monsters, a sequel to the 2014 blockbuster originally helmed by Gareth Edwards (Monsters) and the third entry in a shared universe that includes last year’s Kong: Skull Island.

Arriving in theaters May 31, the film pits Godzilla against giant insect Mothra, winged beast Rodan, and three-headed flying dragon King Ghidorah. Trying not to get crushed are humans Millie Bobby Brown (”Stranger Things”), Vera Farmiga (”Bates Motel”), Sally Hawkins (Shape of Water), Ken Watanabe (Inception), O’Shea Jackson Jr. (Ingrid Goes West) and Charles Dance (”Game of Thrones”).

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If Looks Could Kill: Russian Model Sasha Luss Stars in ‘Anna’

Sasha Luss

Writer,director, and producer Luc Besson is a master of the hot chicks kicking ass genre—think Milla Jovovich (The Fifth Element), Scarlett Johansson (Lucy), Cara Delevingne (Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets)—and, now, he’s back with a hot new ass-kicker: Russian supermodel Sasha Luss.

Luss, who played the hot, blue creature Princess Lïhio-Minaa in Besson’s Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, stars as Anna Poliatova, a woman who harbors a secret that will make her “one of the world’s most feared government assassins.”

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‘13 Reasons Why’ Anne Winters Is Ready For a New ‘Countdown’


Anne Winters (”13 Reasons Why”) is joining Countdown, a tech thriller about an app that predicts when peeps meet their doom. The film is writer/director Justin Dec’s feature debut and costars Talitha Bateman (Anabelle: Creation) and Elizabeth Lail (”Once Upon a Time”) as its lead.

Countdown follows Lail as she attempts to save her life when the app tells her she has three days to live—while a mysterious figure shadows her. No word on what role Winters plays, but here’s hoping there’s enough time for a frivolous bubble bath before she bites it.

Horror fans may recognize Winters from her turn as a high schooler marked for death by her own parents in the 2017 horror-comedy Mom and Dad. She is best known for her role as hot cheerleader Chloe Rice on Netflix’s suicidal teen soap “13 Reasons Why.”


Give the Boy Porn Next Time…New ‘Child’s Play’ Trailer!


Orion has released a new trailer for its Child’s Play reboot, starring Aubrey Plaza (Ingrid Goes West) as a hot single mom who inexplicably buys her loser 14-year-old son a creepy doll programmed with AI technology that goes haywire and gets a bunch of people killed.

Lars Klevberg (Polaroid) is at the helm of the new reboot with zero input from Child’s Play creator—and writer/director of its six sequels—Don Mancini. Brad Dourif, the iconic voice of  Chucky, has also been replaced by beloved Star Wars legend Mark Hamill (well played, reboot producers, well played).

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Milla Jovovich On Why ‘Hellboy’ Critics Should Just Fuck Off!


Neil Marshall’s (The Descent) Hellboy reboot released this week and was skewered immediately by movie critics, scoring a rotten 14% from review aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes. Co-star Milla Jovovich has come forward in the film’s defense.

Jovovich writes on Instagram:

It’s always stressful on opening weekend and @hellboymovie is no different. You work super hard to make something fun and entertaining and have to absorb the negative reviews by movie critics, but hey! THAT’S SHOWBIZ BABY.

All I’m gonna say before going to bed is this: All my raddest films have been slammed by critics. It’s fucking hilarious. Dazed and Confused? Seriously? Classic movie. The Fifth Element! You would have thought that was the worst movie ever made if you read the reviews in like ‘98. Zoolander? Slammed. Joan of Arc? Disaster. Resident Evil? Let’s not even go there.

Anyway, every one of those films is now a cult classic. EVERY. SINGLE. ONE. And this will be too. Mark my words.

Clatto saw Hellboy this past weekend and…it isn’t great, which is a regrettable shame because there is a lot in the movie that works amazingly, namely Hellboy’s fight with giants, his scuffle with a creepy kid-eating hag, and an epic, extremely violent sequence that finds enormous monsters slaughtering civilians on city streets!

Oh…and Jovovich is hot.


‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Is All That Matters Now!


Disney and Lucasfilm have released a two-minute teaser trailer for Episode IX in the Star Wars Saga. Officially announced as Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, the final chapter in the beloved series is once again helmed by J.J. Abrams (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) and releases Dec. 20.

The trailer, as usual, is thrilling and will make fans wish they could hyperspace themselves to December. Rey is busting Neo/Matrix moves on a sick red Tie Fighter, Kylo Ren is body slamming threats, Colt 45 Lando is back in the Falcon with Chewie, and Emperor Palpatine is making a very mysterious, very surprising, and “fuck yeah” very welcomed return!

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Brooke Lyons (Dark Reel) is set to star on NBC’s “The Bone Collector,”an adaptation of author Jeffery Deaver’s bestselling crime series about a hot NYPD beat cop (Arielle Kebbel) working with an ex-forensics criminologist and suicidal quadriplegic (Russell Hornsby) to catch a sadistic serial killer.

Lyons will play a hot investigator named Kate. No word on how many bones she’ll collect :P

Horror fans may recognize Lyons from the 2008 frightener Dark Reel, co-starring genre icons Tiffany Shepis, Lance Henriksen, and Tony Todd. She is best known for her recurring roles on CBS’s “Two Broke Girls,” Showtime’s “The Affair,” and The CW’s “iZombie.”


Zac Efron Kills For Thrills In Ted Bundy Biopic!


Netflix has released a new trailer for director Joe Berlinger’s eagerly anticipated Ted Bundy biopic, Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile. The film tells Bundy’s tale from the perspective of his longtime girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer.

Berlinger is the noted documentary filmmaker behind Metallica’s Some Kind of Monster and the Paradise Lost true-crime docs. He is working off a script by new scribe Michael Werwie. Zac Efron (Neighbors) portrays Bundy and Lily Collins (The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones) plays Kloepfer.

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Get a Load of This ‘Joker’


Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for Joker, a grounded adaptation of the origins story of the most infamous DC Comics villain ever. Joaquin Phoenix toplines the film as Arthur Fleck, a mentally ill man pushed to sociopathy.

Joker is set in New York City during the 70s and offers up a stand alone tale not rooted in previous DC Comics lore, but presented as a “character study and cautionary tale” of a disregarded man. Todd Phillips (The Hangover) is at the helm.

Many are comparing the film to Taxi Driver, but those people just want to feel special. Joker arrives in theaters Oct. 4.

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French Model/Actress Gaia Weiss Stars in ‘Alien: Containment’ Short!


20th Century Fox is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its Alien franchise with a film shorts series on IGN, featuring six tales set in the Alien universe from aspiring filmmakers. The shorts will be released weekly now through April 26. They will be made available on @AlienAnthology and AlienUniverse.com on May 3.

The Alien 40th Anniversary Shorts Series kicks off with Chris Reading’s Alien: Containment. The short finds a small crew onboard an escape pod freaking out over the outbreak the witnessed on the mother ship and trying to figure out if any of them are carriers. French model/actress Gaia Weiss toplines.

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