2020
02.11

Universal Pictures has set a March 13 release date for its satirical survival thriller The Hunt, starring Betty Gilpin (“Glow”) as the bustiest of 12 abducted strangers forced to participate as prey in an inaugural hunting match for rich elitists eager to claim their poor, dead carcasses as trophies.

Craig Zobel (Compliance) directs for superstar producers Jason Blum and Damon Lindelof (”LOST”), who penned the script with Nick Cuse (”The Leftovers”). Co-stars include Emma Roberts (”AHS”), Ike Barinholtz (”Mindy Project”), Ethan Suplee (”My Name Is Earl”), and Oscar-winner Hilary Swank (Million Dollar Baby).

The Hunt was slated for release last year, but was pulled to generate fake controversy for a better showing in March (damn fake news!). We’re just thrilled to know we’ll see Gilpin kicking ass in a clingy top!

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2020
02.11

Oh ‘Boy!’ Katie Holmes Is a Milf In Peril!

STX Films has released a new trailer for Brahms: The Boy II, a sequel to the surprise 2016 hit, starring Lauren Cohan (“The Walking Dead”) as a hot nanny hired to look after a creepy, life-like doll named Brahms. Original Boy director William Brent Bell and writer Stacey Menear are back at the helm and have tapped Katie Holmes to star as a hot mom whose son bonds with the spooky doll.

Brahms: The Boy II marks Holmes return to horror since the 2010 Guillermo del Toro produced remake of Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark. Holmes, who came to fame on the popular teen soap “Dawson’s Creek,” is forever revered for her epic and timeless topless scene in the fittingly titled Sam Raimi supernatural thriller The Gift.

2020
02.05

Lionsgate released today a first trailer for Spiral: From the Book of SAW, comedian Chris Rock’s much buzzed about new entry in the recently rebooted SAW franchise. Rock, who conceived the film’s story and serves as an executive producer, stars as a detective investigating a series of horrific murders.

Director Darren Lynn Bousman (SAW II-IV) is once again at the helm. Co-stars include Samuel L. Jackson as Rock’s foul-mouthed father, Max Minghella (“The Handmaid’s Tale”) as his partner, Marisol Nichols (“24”) as milfy Captain Angie Garza, and Nazneen Contractor (Star Trek: Into Darkness) as a sexy coroner to die for.

While we’re not thrilled with the title and the most likely absence of Tobin Bell as franchise baddie John “Jigsaw” Kramer, we are happy to have SAW still with us!

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2020
02.03

Will You See ‘The Invisible Man?’

Universal Pictures has released a new 30-second trailer for The Invisible Man, a modern day re-imagining of the classic H.G. Wells’ novel about a brilliant scientist who wreaks havoc on humanity when he discovers how to become invisible.

This time out, the mad scientist (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) is an abusive husband who, after conquering invisibility, feigns his own death as part of a malicious scheme to punish his very homely wife (Elisabeth Moss) for leaving him.

The Invisible Man is helmed by SAW scribe and Upgrade director Leigh Whannell. It appears in theaters Feb. 8, 2020.

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2020
01.29

An Island Vacation w/ Fantasy Girl Lucy Hale? We’re In!

Blumhouse has released a final trailer for its big screen adaptation of ABC’s classic late-70s/early-80s series “Fantasy Island.” Slated for release Feb. 14, the film is helmed by Jeff Wadlow (Kick-Ass 2) from a script he wrote with Jillian Jacobs (Truth or Dare) and Christopher Roach (Truth or Dare).

“Fantasy Island” follows guests to a magical island where their wildest wishes come true, but with potentially devastating consequences. Lucy Hale stars as a guest to the island with Michael Pena (“Narcos: Mexico”) in the the iconic role of Mr. Roarke – made famous by Ricardo Montalban.

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2020
01.29

Priyanka Chopra Gets Jacked Into ‘The Matrix IV’

Indian stunner Priyanka Chopra (“Quantico”) is set to join Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Ann Moss in director Lana Wachowski’s fourth Matrix film, slated for release May 21, 2021 by Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow.

In addition to Chopra, Matrix IV will welcome Neil Patrick Harris, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (“Watchmen”), Jonathan Groff (“Mindhunter), and hot up-and-comer Jessica Henwick (Underwater) to the groundbreaking franchise. No word, however, on what roles they play.

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.

2020
01.16

Bug Out Over Scarlett Johansson In ‘Black Widow’

Marvel Studios has released a new “special look” trailer for Black Widow, a standalone superhero prequel depicting Natasha Romanoff’s rise from troubled, sexy Soviet spy to righteous, sexy Avenger. Scarlett Johansson reprises the role for Aussie director Cate Shortland (The Berlin Syndrome).

In theaters May 1, 2020, Black Widow is set prior to the events of 2012’s The Avengers. Co-stars include David Harbour (“Stranger Things”), O-T Fagbenle (“The Handmaid’s Tale”), Rachel Weisz (The Mummy), and Florence Pugh (Midsommar) as Black Widow nemesis-turned-ally and Black Widow successor Yelena Belova.

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2020
01.09

Warner Bros. released today a new trailer for its Suicide Squad spinoff Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn. Reprising the role of Quinn is Margot Robbie for indie director Cathy Yan (Dead Pigs), working from a script by Christina Hodson (Bumblebee).

Watching the trailer, one thing becomes abundantly clear: this is no Joker and that is very sad. The whole film seems buffoonish when under the direction of, oh, say Tod Phillips it could have been truly dark and gonzo.

And…that’s to say nothing about the pullback on Quinn’s sex appeal. Also, who hires Rosie Perez in 2020? Oh, well, fingers crossed.

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2020
01.08

‘The Boy’ Is Out for Hot Mom Katie Holmes!

STX Films has released a trailer for Brahms: The Boy II, a sequel to the surprise 2016 hit, starring Lauren Cohan (“The Walking Dead”) as a hot nanny hired to look after a creepy, life-like doll named Brahms. Original Boy director William Brent Bell and writer Stacey Menear are back at the helm and have tapped Katie Holmes to star as a hot mom whose son bonds with the spooky doll.

Brahms: The Boy II marks Holmes return to horror since the 2010 Guillermo del Toro produced remake of Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark. Holmes, who came to fame on the popular teen soap “Dawson’s Creek,” is forever revered for her epic and timeless topless scene in the fittingly titled Sam Raimi supernatural thriller The Gift.

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2020
01.02

Shut Up and Watch Emily Blunt In ‘A Quiet Place 2’

Paramount Pictures has released a first trailer for its upcoming sequel to 2018’s monster hit A Quiet Place, which starred the film’s director John Krasinski and Emily Blunt as parents raising children in an apocalyptic future where the slightest sound brings death from the alien creatures that have overrun the earth.

Arriving in theaters March 20, the new film picks up after the events of the first and pits the surviving Abbott family members up against new threats while attempting to escape the dangers they know. It will also give us a look at Day One of the alien invasion—intense!

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