Universal Pictures has released a white-knuckle new trailer for Jurassic World 2: Fallen Kingdom. Helmed by Orphanage and The Impossible director J.A. Bayona, the new sequel is penned by demoted Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow and new Hollywood hotshot Derek Connolly (Star Wars IX).

Fallen Kingdom finds Chris Pratt leading a mission to save his pet Raptor from the island housing the Jurassic World theme park, which has long been abandoned since proving to be a bad idea and now faces destruction from its active volcano. The expedition inadvertently reveals a plot detrimental to humankind.

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President Trump Is Right… We Need ‘The First Purge’


When The Purge first hit theaters in 2013, it took quite a bit of suspended disbelief to fully enjoy what was initially a low budget/high concept home invasion thriller. Now… not so much.

President Trump recently said:

I would love to be able to bring back our country into a great form of unity. Without a major event where people pull together, that’s hard to do. But I would like to do it without that major event because usually that major event is not a good thing.

Regardless of where you stand on the Trump administration, there’s truth in that statement. Segregated by socioeconomic status, racism, religion, social justice bullshit, and the decay of common sense and ethics, the entire U.S. of A is on the brink of becoming an asshole.

The Purge could very well be what saves us.

The First Purge arrives in theaters July 4.


‘Dark Tower’s’ Abbey Lee Marries Trouble in ‘Elizabeth Harvest’


Supermodel-turned-actress Abbey Lee stars in Elizabeth Harvest, a reimagining of the Bluebeard folktale about a French nobleman whose nosy wife finds and unlocks the room where he stores the corpses of his murdered ex-wives. Lee plays the snooping spouse, who desperately fights to not end up dead like the others.

Lee is coming off as the female lead in the big screen adaptation of Stephen King’s Dark Tower. She’s also starred in Mad Max: Fury Road, Gods of Egypt, and the Neon Demon.

Elizabeth Harvest is written and directed by Sebastian Gutierrez, writer of Snakes On a Plane and the Halle Berry ghost thriller Gothika and director of the hilarious sex comedies Women In Trouble and Elektra Luxx. The film premieres at this year’s SXSW Festival.


We’re On the Hook for ‘Deep Blue Sea 2′


Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has set an April 17 release date for the home editions of Deep Blue Sea 2, the unexpected sequel to Renny Harlin’s 1999 sleeper hit about genetically engineered sharks. Danielle Savre, best known for her work on NBC’s “Heroes” and 2007’s Boogeyman 2, toplines the shark thriller.

Savre plays Dr. Misty Calhoun, a consulting shark expert on a top secret project funded by a pharmaceutical billionaire and utilizing bull sharks as its test subjects – the latter of which soon leads to horrific consequences.

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Gravitas has set a Feb. 23 VOD and home release date for 7 Guardians of the Tomb. Helmed by Kimble Rendall (Bait), the film pits a group of scientists trapped in an ancient labyrinth against a swarm of man-eating funnel web spiders after making a monumental discovery.

7 Guardians of the Tomb, touted as the largest Chinese and Australian co-production ever, stars Chinese stunner Li Bingbing, best known for playing Ada Wong in Resident Evil: Retribution and soon to be seen opposite Jason Statham in Meg – this time saving scientists from a 70-foot Megalodon shark (what’s up with these troublesome scientists?).

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Crystal Reed Visits ‘Ghostland’ In ‘Martyrs’ Director’s New Thriller!


A trailer has gone online for supernatural thriller Ghostland, director Pascal Laugier eagerly awaited followup to his gruesome masterpiece Martyrs. “Teen Wolf” and “Gotham” alumna Crystal Reed stars in the film, marking her return to horror since 2013’s teen psycho-bitch thriller Crush.

Ghost Land stars Reed as a successful horror novelist living with her traumatized sister in the house where home invading assholes once threatened their lives and that of their mom’s 16 years ago. All is fine until a reunion with their mother triggers strange occurrences in their home.

Co-starring alongside Reed are Anastasia Phillips (”Reign”) as her loony sister and Mylène Farmer (Giorgino) as her mother. Taylor Hickson (Deadpool) and Emily Jones (High-Rise) play younger versions of the sisters. Ghost Land is slated for release April 2018.

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Lily Collins Plays Most Clueless Girlfriend Ever in ‘Ted Bundy’ Biopic!


Lily Collins (The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones) is set to star as Elizabeth Kloepfer, longtime girlfriend of notorious serial killer, rapist, and necrophile Ted Bundy, in director Joe Berlinger’s Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, a new biopic on the lethal Lothario told from Kloepfer’s perspective.

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, who viciously raped, mutilated, and slaughtered young women – sometimes fucking their corpses and keeping their heads.

Bundy was described as charming and handsome and often lured women to his car by feigning injury. Kloepfer started dating him before he started killing and would stay with him despite his erratic behavior up until and after tipping police to her suspicions. Bundy would eventually confess to murdering 30 women – though he was suspected of many more – and was executed in the electric chair in 1989.

Shooting on Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile began this week. An image of Efron as Bundy was released by the actor and can be seen here:

Zac Efron Flexes His Acting Muscle as Ted Bundy!

Zac Efron Flexes His Acting Muscle as Ted Bundy!


Alicia Vikander Driven By Daddy Issues in ‘Tomb Raider’


Warner Bros. has released a new trailer for its Tomb Raider reboot, starring Alicia Vikander as iconic video game treasure hunter Lara Croft. Helmed by Roar Uthaug, director of survival frightener Cold Prey and disaster thriller The Wave, the film follows a young Croft as she searches for her father seven years after his mysterious disappearance.

The search takes her to across treacherous seas to a fabled tomb on an island off the coast of Japan where her father was last known to be. Standing in her way is a very bad man named Mathias Vogel, played by the always brilliant Walton Goggins, and her inexplicable lack of big breasts, without which she must rely even more heavily on her wit, intuition, and sheer spirit to kick ass.

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Fans of HBO’s award-winning fantasy series”Game of Thrones” will have to wait for 2019 to see how the show concludes, but those jonsing for some Sophie Turner action can look forward to the March VOD release of Screen Media Films’ Josie.

Turner plays a a hot piece of white trash ass 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 and her misfit neighbor, played by Jack Kilmer (Nice Guys) and Dylan McDermott (”The Practice”), respectively.

Turner made her acting debut at 15 as Sansa Stark on HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and had her big screen breakthrough two years later in the mystery thriller Another Me from Elegy director Isabel Coixet. She scored the role of mutant Phoenix in 2016’s X-Men: Apocalypse and will be seen in this year’s X-Men: Dark Phoenix.


Jennifer Connelly Heats Up TNT’s ‘Snowpiercer’


Jennifer Connelly is set to star in TNT’s series adaptation of 2013’s Snowpiercer, a sci-fi actioner set board a globe-spanning super train carrying what’s left of humanity after a man-induced catastrophe brings forth a devastating new ice age.

Joon-ho Bong (The Host) helmed the original film, based on the French graphic novel “Le Transperceneige,” about apocalypse survivors revolting against the caste system enforced on the train keeping them alive. The show’s premiere season will run for 10-episodes and explore “relevant issues while embarking on a wild, action-filled ride.”

Connelly is best known for her dramatic work, but the Academy Award winning stunner will soon be seen in Robert Rodriguez’s Alita: Battle Angel and is coming off Darren Aronofsky’s God awful Noah adaptation, which turned the Bible story into a Clash of the Titans clone. Notable genre creds include Dark Water, an adaptation of Hideo Nakata’s ghost film, and 20th Century Fox’s remake The Day the Earth Stood Still.