Get Out 2

Jordan Peele shocked the world in 2017 with Get Out, his feature directorial debut that became a cultural phenomenon and launched a million memes. Producer Jason Blum says Peele is still thinking about possibly making a sequel. But what could a potential Get Out 2 be about?
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Unfriended Dark Web trailer

The surprisingly effective 2014 computer-driven horror film Unfriended gets the sequel treatment with Unfriended: Dark Web. The film focuses on a teenager who finds hidden files on his new laptop, and soon learns that the previous owner has been spying on him the entire time. Watch the Unfriended: Dark Web trailer below.

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the good lord bird

In the era of the flashy McConaissance and the Keanussance, second acts are all the rage in Hollywood. But while no one has dubbed Ethan Hawke one of these Renaissance Men, Hawke has been quietly building one of the most interesting second acts in Hollywood.

After a brief brush with leading man roles in the ’90s and early 2000s, Hawke settled into a career of indie films aided by his inextricable connection to Richard Linklater’s Before trilogy. Then came a curious pivot to horror. In 2012, Hawke starred in the Blumhouse production Sinister, a critically acclaimed SXSW favorite that would help aid Blumhouse’s rise from low-budget indie studio to today’s go-to horror company. Now, Hawke is teaming up with Blumhouse again, but this time for a small-screen adaptation of The Good Lord Bird.

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Halloween Reboot Details

I don’t know about you, but I’m still buzzing about last week’s exciting Halloween reboot trailer. October can’t get here soon enough. If, like me, you’re hungry for even more Halloween treats, some new details about the reboot have been revealed by the cast and crew.

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sequel bits halloween

In this edition of sequel bits:

  • Hobbs and Shaw character descriptions reveal more about the film
  • Dwayne Johnson offers thanks to fans for supporting Hobbs and Shaw
  • Bill and Ted 3 (doesn’t) begin filming in January 2019
  • Another Fallen Kingdom poster
  • Rocket League Fallen Kingdom DLC trailer
  • Watch an Escape Plan 2 clip
  • Some set photos from that Doom reboot
  • A new Halloween image

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Halloween trailer breakdown

The Halloween reboot trailer is finally here, and it doesn’t disappoint. From the look of things, David Gordon Green has found a way to inject new, exciting life into this troubled franchise. Our Halloween trailer breakdown studies the info gleamed from the new footage.

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Halloween Trailer

The long-awaited trailer for David Gordon Green‘s Halloween sequel is here at last. Jamie Lee Curtis returns for the film, which forgoes the majority of the franchise and serves as a follow-up to John Carpenter‘s 1978 original.

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halloween reboot teaser

It’s almost time, kids! It’s almost time for the Halloween reboot trailer to arrive and give us all the creeps. And while we wait for the impending trailer, we can all enjoy these new teasers. Trick or treat, baby.

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Halloween reboot photos

The first official photos from David Gordon Green‘s Halloween reboot have arrived, and they don’t disappoint. The images include Jamie Lee Curtis as a very upset Laurie Strode, and the Shape himself – Michael Myers. See the Halloween reboot photos below.

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Blumhouse Presents

Looks like a new brand is moving into the neighborhood.

Not content with upending traditional Hollywood business models with his micro-budget, auteur-driven horror films, producer Jason Blum and his Blumhouse Productions are branching out into television with a new brand called Blumhouse Presents. Now a new report pegs a possible new NBC series called Cul-De-Sac as the first contender to be slapped with the fledgling brand’s label. I bet it’ll still have that “new brand smell,” too.
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