Universal has released the first full-length trailer for Jurassic World, the eagerly anticipated third sequel in producer Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park franchise. Set 22 years after the events of Jurassic Park, the film finds the Jurassic World amusement park fully functional and open to the public on Isla Nublar.
The trailer was set to premiere on Thanksgiving Day, but was released early when Disney announced its trailer debut for J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: Episode VII for Friday (oh, yeah, baby). Regardless, Jurassic World promises a fun ride. The effects don’t seem fully rendered, but the stage is set and it is epic.
Directed and co-written by Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed) and starring Chris Pratt (Guardians of the Galaxy) and Bryce Dallas Howard (Spider-Man 3), Jurassic World opens June 12, 2015.
French actress Nora Arnezeder is set to star in the new CBS series “Zoo,” an adaptation of the bestselling 2012 James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge novel about animals gone wild. Arnezeder joins James Wolk (”Mad Men”) in the 13-episode series, slated to premiere in summer 2015.
“Zoo” follows an American zoologist (Wolk) who believes animals are plotting to take back dominion over the world, one kill at a time. He saves the life of a beautiful French ecologist (Arnezeder) on safari, and together they set out to prove that animals hate us.
Horror fans will recognize Arnezeder as the female lead in producer Alexandre Aja (Piranha 3-D) and director Franck Khalfoun’s (P2) POV remake of William Lustig’s controversial 1980 slasher Maniac. She also co-starred in the Denzel Washington thriller Safe House.
Universal has released a 20-second teaser for Jurassic World, the eagerly anticipated third sequel in producer Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park franchise. The film, the first in the series since 2001’s Jurassic Park 3, is directed and co-written by Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed).
The full-length trailer will debut on Thanksgiving Day online and during football 6pm PST.
Jurassic World stars Bryce Dallas Howard (Spider-Man 3), Chris Pratt (Guardians of the Galaxy), Vincent D’Onofrio (Chained), Jake Johnson (”New Girl”), Lauren Lapkus (”Orange is the New Black”), Judy Greer (Carrie), and Katie McGrath (Scream IV). It arrives in theaters June 12, 2015.
Scream queen Jaime King posted a sexy photo of her stunning tush in revealing lingerie as she strutted down what looks to be a movie studio lot (in Burbank, CA?). Here’s hoping it’s wardrobe for an upcoming part in a new hard R movie!
The picture is absolutely stunning, and that it’s set in public adds to the hotness, but we’re pretty sure King wasn’t walking around half-naked on some random street. Our guess is it’s for an upcoming movie or an old shot from A Dame to Kill For. Truthfully, we’re just filling up space to not look so perverted.
King has most recently starred in Robert Rodriguez’s sequel Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Anchor Bay’s redo of the 1984 holiday classic Silent Night, Deadly Night renamed Silent Night, and Darren Lynn Bousman’s remake of the 1980 Troma Entertainment’s rape/revenge thriller Mother’s Day.
King is a favorite around these parts and has made our lists for The 20 Hottest Women Working in Horror/Sci-fi and The Twelve Babes of Christmas Horror.
“Charmed” star Rose McGowan is spellbinding in her nude pictorial for Flaunt Magazine. The spread features McGowan going topless and full-frontal. An interview with the actress runs with the pics, which is good should your sweetheart walk in on you (”Oh, hi, honey, did you know Rose directed a short film?”)
McGowan is no stranger to horror fans. In addition to “Charmed,” her notable turns include Robert Rodriguez’s Planet Terror, Marcus Nispel’s Conan the Barbarian remake, Victor Salva’s Rosewood Lane, the Ben Affleck sci-fi thriller Phantoms, and her horror movie debut Wes Craven’s Scream.
Seems like just a few days ago we stumbled upon international stunner Aria London, a co-star in Verne “Mini Me” Troyer’s new starring vehicle Gnome Alone. Now, we discover she’s nailed the lead role in the supernatural thriller Deadly Crush.
London plays Brynn Holt, a beautiful artist seeking inspiration in a secluded cabin in the woods after a painful breakup with her fiancé leaves her in a creative slump. Her muse comes one fateful night and continues to come and come again while she sleeps, unleashing her sweet, sweet creative juices.
Success soon follows, but gives way to horror when Brynn discovers that the sultry wet dreams inspiring her work aren’t dreams at all, but instead uninvited ghost sex! There are no further details at the moment, but we’re already sold!
Relativity Studios has released the official U.S. trailer for Hammer Films’ The Women in Black: Angel of Death, a sequel to its 2012 supernatural hit starring Daniel Radcliffe. Directed by Tom Harper and written by Jon Croker and “Woman in Black” author Susan Hill.
Angel of Death stars Phoebe Fox (Eye in the Sky) and Helen McCrory (”Penny Dreadful”) as teachers evacuating a group of schoolchildren to the Eel Marsh House for shelter during London bombings of World War II. The sequel is set 40 years after the events of the original film. It opens Jan. 2, 2015.
“Falling Skies” alumna Jessy Schram is set to co-star alongside Christina Ricci in the Lifetime six-episode limited series “The Lizzie Borden Chronicles.” The series is a followup to the network’s hit original movie “Lizzie Borden Took an Axe.”
Ricci reprises her role as Lizzie Borden, the acquitted suspect in the 1892 hatchet murders of her parents Andrew and Abby Borden. Schram plays an “alluring and ambitious” actress and dancer who befriends Lizzie. The series follows Lizzie after her acquittal and introduces a new murder mystery.
Schram is best known for her roles as Karen Nadler on TNT’s alien invasion series “Falling Skies” and Cinderella on ABC’s fairy tale series “Once Upon a Time.” On the big screen, she had a bit part in the runaway train thriller Unstoppable.
Scout Taylor-Compton (Rob Zombie’s Halloween) has been tapped to star in Get the Girl, an abduction indie from Contracted and Madison County writer and director Eric England. Set to roll camera this fall in Los Angeles, the film tells the tale of a rich kid conned into staging a kidnapping that goes terribly wrong.
Compton has starred in a number of notable frighteners, including Takashi Shimizu’s 7500, AfterDark 8 Films to Die For entry Wicked Little Things and the Butcher Brothers’ remake of the 1986 comedic-slasher April Fool’s Day.
She’s best known for taking on the iconic role of Laurie Strode in Rob Zombie’s Halloween and Halloween 2 re-imaginings.
Lionsgate Home Entertainment has set a Jan. 20 DVD and VOD release date for Gnome Alone, starring Verne Troyer as a murderous troll not left home all alone to fend off harebrained intruders. Despite its awesome title, the film’s plot appears to be more traditional.
The synopsis reads:
When timid college student Zoe witnesses a hit-and-run, the dying victim gives her a strange amulet. Suddenly, all those who have offended Zoe in her life begin dying horrible deaths at the hands of a malicious gnome. When Zoe discovers the horrible history behind the amulet, will she be able to harness its magical power before the gnome begins killing those closest to her?
Troyer, best known for his role as Mini Me in the Austin Powers movies, is garnering a lot of buzz for Gnome Alone, and truth-be-told he looks pretty creepy. But, at Clatto, we’re more excited to see Aria London (pictured above) play a cop in the movie. We don’t know who she is, but she could be the next Jennifer Aniston (Leprechaun).