Author Archive | Kelli Marchman McNeely

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Sequel To ‘A Quiet Place’ Officially Announced

After making one hell of an impact at the box office, pulling in over $200 million worldwide, it’s no surprise that Paramount has now officially confirmed during CinemaCon that A Quiet Place is getting a sequel. Jim Gianopulos, Paramount Studio’s chairman made the announcement. A Quiet Place writer’s Bryan Woods and Scott Beck made it clear […]

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New Line And Zodiac Writer Taking On Stephen King’s ‘The Long Walk’

  After years of being in possession of Frank Darabont, the filmmaker behind the King adaptations The Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile and The Mist, the movie rights for Stephen King’s The Long Walk is now possessed by New Line. New Line has brought on James Vanderbilt, the writer of 2007’s Zodiac and Independent’s Day: Resurrection, who […]

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Stay Out Of The Water ‘Crocodylus’ Is Coming (New Trailer)

  From director Myles Erfurth and co-writer Michael Mclaren comes Crocodylus, the story of a small town faced with a ferocious beast and the new trailer has just bared its teeth.     In the film, excitement and joy descend upon a small mid-Florida town called Peaceful Creek, as they kick-off Spring Break.  NDMD 11 news station […]

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Natalie Dormer Seeks Revenge ‘In Darkness’

“Game of Thrones” actress Natalie Dormer stars alongside Dead Pool‘s Ed Skrein in the revenge thriller In Darkness, from Anthony Byrne, which has now been acquired by Vertical Entertainment. Joely Richardson (Nip/Tuck) also stars in the film co-written by Dormer and Byrne. In the film, “Blind pianist Sofia (Dormer) overhears a struggle in the apartment above […]

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A First Look At M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’

  Earlier today at CinemaCon, M. Night Shyamalan revealed the first footage from Glass, unfortunately, it is not available online yet, but we do have some of some of the plot details and an early look at the artwork. Samuel L. Jackson and Bruce Willis, who both starred in Unbreakable (2000) will reprise their roles in Glass, the sequel […]

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The Jurassic Games Sinks Its Teeth Into A June Release Date

The Jurassic Games, the third film from the third film from Emmy Award-winning director Ryan Bellgardt (Gremlin, Army of Frankensteins) makes its way onto VOD this June. Starring Ryan Merriman (Final Destination 3) and Perrey Reeves (”Entourage”), “the film imagines a world set in the near future wherein ten Death Row convicts are chosen to compete […]

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Jason Liles Talks Becoming George For ‘Rampage’ And More In An Interview

  Jason Liles, the breakout star of Brad Peyton’s film adaptation of Rampage, was kind enough to answer a few of my questions. Liles and I talked about a few his previous roles in films like Netflix’s Death Note and The Conjuring 2. But it quickly became crystal clear that his role as George, the giant […]

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VR Company Hidden Content Launches With Premiere Of ‘The Caretaker’ At Tribeca

    Filmmakers Jacob Wasserman, Adam Donald, and Ant Gentile have announced the formation of Hidden Content, a full-service virtual reality company. Their first project was unveiled earlier this week at the Tribeca Film Festival with the world premiere of their narrative 360 Cinema project  The Caretaker, the first installment of an original horror anthology […]

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Bruce Campbell Speaks Out About Ash’s Fate

Just days after Starz announced it had cut down “Ash vs Evil Dead“, one of our favorite series, Ash himself, Bruce Campbell, had a few words for fans and a statement about the future Ashley “Ash” Williams. According to Campbell, after Sunday, April 29th’s season finale we will say our final farewell the suave, chainsaw-handed character […]

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