FX has set a Sept. 15 premiere date for Battle at Big Rock, an eight-minute Jurassic World short film from director Colin Trevorrow (Jurassic World) and writer Emily Carmichael (Pacific Rim: Uprising). Secretly shot in Ireland last winter, the short picks up one year after the events of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

More thrilling, however, is that it takes place at a national park 20 miles away from where Fallen Kingdom ended, pitting an unsuspecting family of campers against newly freed dinosaurs. The film stars “American Horror Story” alum André Holland and Death Race’s Natalie Martinez (pictured above).

Battle at Big Rock will introduce two new dinosaurs: a docile herbivore, Nasutoceratops, and a deadly carnivore, the Allosaurus. The movie serves as a bridge between Fallen Kingdom and Jurassic World 3, slated to open in 2021.


Warner Bros. has released a final trailer for Doctor Sleep, an adaptation of Stephen King’s 2013 followup to his beloved 1977 novel “The Shinning.” Helmed by Mike Flanagan (“The Haunting of Hill House”), the film also serves as a sequel to the classic Stanley Kubrick film.

Ewan McGregor stars as a grownup Danny Torrance, son and survivor of alcoholic writer gone mad Jack Torrance, who also struggles with alcoholism and anger issues while trying to suppress his psychic abilities. Things go bonkers when he attempts to protect a young girl who shares his gift from hot vampire Rebecca Ferguson (pictured above).

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Imogen Poots, a name which sounds like what happens to us after eating too much Taco Bell, leads a cast of dressed down hotties in Sophia Takal’s remake of legendary filmmaker Bob Clark’s Black Christmas. Set to release Dec. 13, the film finds a group of sorority girls in peril as a maniac stalks and murders them one at a time.

Joining Poots are Aleyse Shannon (“Charmed”), Brittany O’Grady (“The Messangers”), and Lily Donoghue (“Jane the Virgin”). The ladies are a little too frumpy for our taste, but the action still looks fun.

And…if it blows, there’s always the 2006 remake, featuring the most stroke-worthy cast ever: Katie Cassidy (“Arrow”), Lacey Chabert (“Party of Five”), Mary Elizabeth Winstead (10 Cloverfield Lane), and Michelle Trachtenberg (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”)!

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British babe Hermione Corfield (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies) plays a hot marine biology student fighting a deadly creature aboard a fishing trawler in the deep Atlantic in first-time director Neasa Hardiman’s eco-thriller Sea Fever.

The film held its world premiere at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival and is seeking U.S. distribution.

Corfield has appeared in a string of notable films, including Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, an adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith’s re-imagining of Jane Austin’s Pride and Prejudice, as a sexy siren in Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur, and as an A-wing pilot in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.


Rochelle Aytes Is Why We’ll Binge ‘The Purge’ Season 2!

The USA Network has released a full-length trailer for season two of “The Purge,” a small-screen companion series to the Blumhouse hit movie franchise. Set to premiere in the fall, the new season is 10 episodes long and explores the aftermath of Purge night on a handful of participants for the remainder of the year.

Among those survivors is Rochelle Aytes, familiar to horror fans for her role in the cult classic Trick ‘r Treat and best known for co-starring in sexy, long-running ABC series “Mistresses.” Aytes plays the hot wife of an ambitious professional (Derek Luke) who must come to grips with what he did on Purge night.

“The Purge” premieres Oct. 15.

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Annabelle Wallis Conjures Up New Role In James Wan’s Return to Horror!

Annabelle Wallis is set to star in Silvercup, a new original horror film from director and producer James Wan for New line Cinema. The movie is Wan’s first fright flick since 2016’s The Conjuring 2 and reunites Wallis with The Conjuring universe creator.

Details on what role Wallis plays in the film remain under wraps, but Wan co-wrote the script and promises a film worthy of a hard R rating.

Wallis first caught buzz on Showtime’s “The Tudors” before breaking out into film in 2004’s Annabelle. She has since starred in uy Ritchie’s The Legend of King Arthur and the Tom Cruise fronted reboot of Universal’s The Mummy.


Real Housewife Kyle Richards Books a Real Gig w/ ‘Halloween Kills’

Kyle Richards (“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”) is set to join Jamie Lee Curtis in Halloween Kills, the first of two back-to-back sequels to director David Gordon Green’s 2018 Halloween reboot for Universal Pictures and Blumhouse.

Richards is onboard to play an adult version of Lindsey Wallace, a neighboring kid Laurie Strode (Curtis) babysits in the 1978 original slasher.

Slated for release Oct. 16, 2020, Halloween Kills puts Green back in the director’s chair working off a script he co-wrote with actor and longtime collaborator Danny McBride (“Eastbound & Down”). Halloween creator John Carpenter also returns as executive producer.


‘Joker’ Is Wild!

Warner Bros. has released the final trailer for Joker, a standalone origins story for the most infamous villain in DC Comics history. Joaquin Phoenix toplines the film as Arthur Fleck, a mentally ill man pushed to sociopathy.

Set in New York City during the 70s, Joker veers away from previous DC Comics lore to present a portrait and cautionary tale of a disregarded man who only wanted to make people laugh. Todd Phillips (The Hangover) is at the helm. In theaters Oct. 4.


Priyanka Chopra’s Hotness to Be Wasted in Kid Flick!


Indian stunner Priyanka Chopra (“Quantico”) is set to star in We Can Be Heroes, a kiddie superhero flick from director Robert Rodriguez (From Dusk Till Dawn) for Netflix. The film follows the children of Earth’s superheroes as they attempt to rescue their super parents from alien abduction.

We Can Be Heroes is written y Rodriguez and co-stars include Pedro Pascal (“The Mandalorian”) and Christian Slater (Heathers). Cameras are already rolling on the project.

Chopra, a former Miss Universe winner, is an international star, but is best know in the U.S. for her starring role as a hot FBI recruit on the ABC glammed up crime series “Quantico” and as a hot drug smuggler in the 2017 movie adaptation of Baywatch.


‘The Mandalorian’ Is Everything You Wanted From a Boba Fett Movie!


Disney has released a trailer for “The Mandalorian,” the eagerly anticipated original Star Wars series from producer, writer, and creator Jon Favreau premiering Nov. 12 on Disney +. The show follows a Mandalorian gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy after the fall of the Empire and before the rise of the First Order.

Mandalorians are a multi-species of warriors from the planet Mandalore known for their work as mercenaries and bounty hunters and their distinctively cool armor — the most infamous in the Star Wars universe being Boba Fett. Pedro Pascal, of “Narcos” and “Game of Thrones” fame, stars as the titular Mandalorian.

“The Mandalorian” co-stars Nick Nolte, Carl Weathers, Giancarlo Esposito (“Breaking Bad”), and Gina Carano (Haywire). Notable directors include Taika Waititi (Thor: Rangarok), Rick Famuyiwa (Dope), Deborah Chow (”Better Call Saul”), Jurassic World star Bryce Dallas Howard, and Dave Filoni (”Star Wars: The Clone Wars”), who helms the pilot.

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