Producer Stormi Maya Presents ‘The Wishing Forest’


The Wishing Forest follows a widow, a thief, and a warrior on a quest to find a magical wish-fulfilling unicorn in a forest overrun by cannibals serving a vicious queen with an insatiable appetite, played by the film’s producer – glamour model-turned-actress Stormi Maya (pictured above).

The Wishing Forest is written by Jamie Grefe (Shark Babes) and helmed by newbie directors Leia and Jadzia Perez. Model/actress Karin Brauns toplines the film, due out later this year.

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Famke Janssen Floats Our Boat In ‘Primal’


Milfy model-turned-actress Famke Janssen joins Nicolas Cage in Primal, a new thriller pitting the duo against a frightening mix of deadly animals and a ruthless assassin while onboard a South American freighter bound for the U.S.

Janssen plays a neurologist lieutenant in the U.S. Navy. Cage is a big-game hunter hired to bring back exotic animals from the Amazon to American zoos. When a political assassin being extradited to the U.S. escapes, he frees all the beasts.

Janssen made her horror film debut Clive Barker’s Lord of Illusions and played Dr. Jean Grey (AKA: Phoenix) in the X-Men franchise. She starred in producer Eli Roth’s Netflix series “Hemlock Grove” and the frighteners Hansel & Gretel: Witch HuntersDon’t Say a Word, The House on Haunted Hill, Hide and Seek, Deep Rising, and The Faculty.


Get a Taste of Penelope Mitchell in ‘Apartment 212′


“Hemlock Grove” and “Vampire Diaries” alumna Penelope Mitchell plays a small town woman waking up every morning with mysterious bite marks on her body after moving to the city in Gravitas Ventures’ Apartment 212.

In addition to her roles on “Hemlock” and “Diaries,” Mitchell has got an impressive string of horror creds to her name, including road thriller Curve, Fear of Darkness, 6 Plots, and the Bret Easton Ellis penned Curse of Downers Grove. She’ll next be seen in Neil Marshall’s Hellboy reboot.

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Get Fired Up for ‘Fahrenheit 451′


HBO Films has released a trailer for its upcoming adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s classic novel Fahrenheit 451. Michael B. Jordan (Creed) stars as protagonist Guy Montag, a “fireman” tasked with burning books in a dystopian society where people are happily kept ignorant by their government.

Michael Shannon (Shape of Water) co-stars as his boss Captain Beatty and stunner Sofia Boutella – of Mummy, Atomic Blonde, Kingsman fame – plays Clarisse, the young woman who opens his eyes to a new world. It looks all kinds of good, just wish it were a series. Premieres in May.

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‘Jack Reacher’s’ Alexia Fast Gets Taken for a Ride w/ the ‘Ninth Passenger’


Canadian stunner Alexia Fast (Jack Reacher) plays one of a group of eight college kids stalked by a murderous stranger when their party yacht drifts onto a mysterious island in Grindstone Entertainment’s The Ninth Passenger.

Fast made her fright flick debut in 2006 with the zombie horror-comedy Fido. She’s since starred in the sci-fi thriller Repeaters, abduction drama Captive, and supernatural thriller Grace: The Possession.  She is best known for playing small town seductress Sandy in the Tom Cruise actioner Jack Reacher.

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Jamie Lee Curtis Shows Off ‘Halloween’ Hooter Linage!


Jamie Lee Curtis has wrapped her work on the new and reportedly final Halloween sequel from horror hit machine Blumhouse and Universal Pictures. David Gordon Green (Pineapple Express) directs and co-writes with longtime collaborator and actor Danny McBride (”Eastbound & Down”).

Halloween creator John Carpenter is an executive producer on the film and Curtis reprises her role as iconic final girl Laurie Strode. Judy Greer (War for the Planet of the Apes) plays Strode’s daughter, Karen,  and Andi Matichak (”666 Park Avenue”) is her hot granddaughter, Allyson.

Curtis celebrated wrapping her role by posting on her Instagram a BTS image of herself, Greer, and Matichak huddled together as the Strode girls … which led us to notice there’s something about this trio that truly makes them look related. It’s not the faces or haircuts. It’s-it’s … oh! It’s the boobs! Well played, casting! Well played.


Bojana Novakovic Faces a ‘Malicious’ Entity!


Serbian-Australian stunner Bojana Novakovic continues to embrace our beloved genre with a leading role in Vertical Entertainment’s Malicious, a supernatural thriller about a newlywed mother tormented by her would be child after suffering a traumatic event.

Novakovic is coming off Beyond Skyline, a sequel to the highly underrated 2010 alien invasion thriller Skyline, and has starred in Sam Raimi’s Drag Me to Hell, the Mel Gibson revenge drama Edge of Darkness, and producer M. Night Shyamalan’s Devil.

Malicious is written and directed by Michael Winnick (Shadow Puppets) and co-stars Josh Stewart (The Collector), Delroy Lindo (Get Shorty), Melissa Bolona (Shark Lake), and Yvette Yates (Sorority Party Massacre). It is slated for release this summer.


Killer News: ‘Westworld’s’ Angela Sarafyan Joins Zac Efron’s Ted Bundy Biopic!


“Westworld” alumna Angela Sarafyan is joining the growing and intriguing cast of director Joe Berlinger’s upcoming Ted Bundy biopic, Extremely Wicked, Shocking Evil, and Vile. The film tells Bundy’s tale from the perspective of his longtime girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer.

Berlinger, the noted documentary filmmaker behind Metallica’s Some Kind of Monster and the Paradise Lost true-crime docs, 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.

Sarafyan will play Kloepfer’s friend Joanna, who makes her suspicious of Bundy’s actions. She co-stars alongside John Malkovich (Red), Jim Parsons (”Big Bang Theory”), Haley Joel Osment (Sixth Sense), Kaya Scodelario (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales), Jeffrey Donovan (”Burn Notice”), Grace Victoria Cox (”Heathers”), Dylan Baker (Happiness), and Metallica’s James Hetfield.


Let’s Join Emily Blunt In ‘A Quiet Place’


Paramount Pictures has released a new trailer for “actor-turned-director John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place, starring “The Office” alum and Emily Blunt (Edge of Tomorrow) as parents living in silence with their children in a dystopian world dominated by mysterious creatures who hunt their prey by sound.

Their first mistake is keeping the two brats they’ve raised throughout the ordeal, actively endangering all their lives by not ditching them when they had a chance. The second is knocking up Blunt and not finding a suitable dumpster nearby. What are there folks thinking!

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Sophie Turner Is Tatted, Trashy, & Trouble in ‘Josie’


A trailer has gone online for Josie, a new thriller from Screen Media Films helmed by Contracted director Eric England and starring “Game of Thrones” stunner  Sophie Turner. It arrives in selected theaters and VOD on March 16.

Turner plays a a hot and trashy stranger who turns a small southern town upside down when she arrives with her dark past in tow, striking up relationships with a local punk kid (Jack Kilmer) and her violent, older neighbor (Dylan McDermott), who can’t stop obsessing on her.

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