IFC Films ‘Mary Shelley’ Trailer Details ‘Frankenstein’ Author’s Teen Tumult
The greatest romance of her life inspired her darkest creation. That’s the tag for the new IFC Films release about Frankenstein author Mary Shelley’s tumultuous life, which has a May 25 theatrical debut in New York and Los Angeles after bowing at the Toronto Film Festival and with a Tribeca Film Festival screening coming. VOD follows on June 1.
Young Shelley had a life that seems torn from a novel of the era. Her mother died when she was young, leaving her in the care of… Read
‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald’ Trailer: First Look At Harry Potter Prequel Sequel
The first trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, the second film in the Harry Potter prequel series, has just been released, and Warner Bros. has mobilized an army of wizards to celebrate.
The #WandsReady movement is described as a global social activation mobilizing Wizarding World fans, who are encouraged to post a photo of themselves with their own wand or use the #WandsReady photo uploader on FantasticBeasts.com, which will allow creation of a… Read
‘Supergirl’ Offers First-Look At Chris Wood As Mon-El In New Legion Uniform
Mon-El is back in black, and dressed like Elvis in his 1968 comeback special.
A first look at Chris Wood as Mon-El in his new Legion of Super-Heroes costume has been released in advance of the outfit’s debut in the Supergirl return to originals at 8 PM January 15 on the CW. Check it out below.
In the opener, Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) is struggling to heal from the injuries inflicted by Reign (Odette Annable) and remains in a dreamlike state, unable to be reached. Mon-El… Read
On Set For ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2, Duffers Hint At Future: “We Have A Blinking Light That We’re Headed Toward”
If you hadn't seen Netflix's runaway genre hit Stranger Things and were asked to imagine a place creepy enough to house a rift into a world of monsters and misery, you'd need a severely damaged psyche to conjure anything quite as troubling as Building A of the former Georgia Mental Health Institute in Atlanta.
Viewed from the air, the building's brutalist concrete boxes form a crucifix; on the inside, windows peer through a concrete latticework that evokes a prison more… Read
Anne Hathaway & Jason Sudeikis Star In Genre-Defying ‘Colossal’ From Newcomer Neon – Specialty B.O. Preview
Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis' participation in the project that would become Nacho Vigalondo's Toronto '16 debut Colossal changed the film's trajectory. The title, which newcomer distribution outfit Neon will open this weekend, had initially been conceived as a Spanish-language film, though that changed once the stars boarded.
Now Colossal headlines a fairly busy weekend of Specialty newcomers. Also among the limited release roll-outs are Sundance Selects' Graduation… Read
‘Lucifer’ EPs Talk Extended Season 3, Four Stand-Alone Episodes & Relocation To L.A. — WonderCon
Anaheim got a bit of a heat wave on Day 3 of WonderCon, as the stars and executive producers of FOX series Lucifer appeared for a Q&A, giving a sneak peak at the second half of Season 2, and a look at the first five minutes of the upcoming episode, “Candy Morningstar.”
From Jerry Bruckheimer Television, in association with Warner Bros. Television—based on characters created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth and Mike Dringenberg—the fantasy police procedural series follows the… Read
‘Gotham’ Stars And EP Danny Cannon Give Sneak Peek At Bruce Wayne’s Arc, “How The Riddler Got His Name” — WonderCon
Following another Warner Bros. Television presentation heralding the return of Lucifer in May, the stars of Gotham descended upon the Anaheim Convention Center's Arena to talk all things Season 3, debuting a new teaser trailer and the first five minutes of an upcoming episode, “Mad City: How the Riddler Got His Name.”
A crime drama series developed by Bruno Heller—based on characters from DC Comics and the Batman franchise—the series follows Detective James Gordon’s (Ben… Read
Warner Bros. Unveils New Clips From ‘Wonder Woman’ And ‘Annabelle: Creation’ — WonderCon
Today at WonderCon, hundreds of comic book and movie fans gathered in the Anaheim Convention Center, with the promise of a sneak peak at films in Warner Bros.’ upcoming slate. Hosted by Tiffany Smith of DC All Access, the studio’s panel brought out new clips from Wonder Woman and Annabelle: Creation, as well as a look at the already-released Justice League trailer on the big screen.
Sitting down with Smith to open the panel, Lights Out director David F. Sandberg appeared… Read
‘Jurassic World 2’: Massive Dinosaurs On Display In First Look
With production underway on Jurassic World 2, director Juan Antonio Bayona and producer Colin Trevorrow have shared the first look at the upcoming action-packed dinosaur sequel.
"Walking in giant footsteps," Trevorrow tweeted, meanwhile Bayona said, "So excited to show you this!! A first look of the new Jurassic adventure."
The photo shows a young girl surrounded by dinosaur skeletons at a museum, with her back towards the camera and staring at a massive triceratops… Read
‘The Path’: Hulu Unveils Season 2 Key Art & Character Videos
Just over two weeks before The Path returns for its second season, Hulu today revealed some more sneak peeks of the Aaron Paul, Michelle Monaghan and Hugh Dancy drama about the machinations of a religious cult. The videos feature each character in a chilling tease of what’s to come. A trailer for The Path‘s second cycle was dropped by the streaming site last month, giving us a first look at the January 25 launching season.
Check out the videos and videos… Read
‘Blue Jay’ Triple Threat Mark Duplass On Recruiting Sarah Paulson For B&W Indie: “We Were Really Chasing Something”
Picked up by The Orchard for a fall release prior to its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival, where it bowed to critical praise, indie drama Blue Jay opens in New York City tomorrow, rolling out in LA next week and on VOD October 11.
From first-time narrative feature director Alex Lehmann, the smartly-lensed, tightly constructed black-and-white drama stars indie auteur Mark Duplass and The People v. O.J. star Sarah Paulson as Jim and Amanda, high school… Read
‘The Headhunter’s Calling’ Star Gerard Butler On Latest Passion Project &; How “There’s Just No Safety Anymore In This Industry” – Toronto
At an airport in London, unable to find a quiet space to chat, Gerard Butler retreats to an abandoned children's playroom, without a chair to accommodate his frame. Possessing a sharp and generous sense of humor, manifest particularly in his independent features, and rom-coms like The Ugly Truth, Butler is quick to find the laughs in an absurd situation. The actor has just completed filming on Hunter Killer, a submarine action thriller, opposite a couple of his acting… Read