After successfully bringing the formative years of Psycho killer Norman Bates to the small screen with Bates Motel, A&E is bringing another iconic horror character to television.
Damien is a series adaptation and continuation of the 1976 horror classic The Omen. The series hails from former The Walking Dead executive producer Glen Mazzara and picks up 25 years after the original film, when the Antichrist child known as Damien is all grown up. If you’re curious as to how this series adaptation might turn out, a quick teaser trailer has just surfaced online.
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Following the Best Picture winning true drama Argo, the film’s star and director Ben Affleck lined up an adaptation of Dennis Lehane’s Prohibition-set crime drama Live by Night, and originally planned to shoot in the fall of 2013. However, his new gig as Batman for Warner Bros. Pictures (not to mention directing a solo Batman film for 2018) kept him from getting the project off the ground immediately and the project was pushed back to 2016.
Thankfully, it sounds like the project is finally happening as Warner Bros. has given the film a greenlight to finally begin production this fall, assuming nothing else ends up changing the plan again. Find out more about Ben Affleck directing Live by Night after the jump. Read More »
Fans of Showtime’s series Homeland will soon get to see Emmy-winning actor Damian Lewis in a whole new light in the cable network’s political and financial drama series Billions.
The 12-episode first season doesn’t start airing until 2016, but the first teaser trailer has just arrived online, showcasing in intense game of cat and mouse as a corrupt billionaire hedge fund king (Lewis) is pursued by U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti). This looks like quite a compelling drama, even in just this single-minute teaser.
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Posted on Thursday, July 9th, 2015 by Angie Han
Carrie Mathison is back, whether she likes it or not. The first Homeland Season 5 teaser trailer has her out of the CIA, and working for a philanthropist in Berlin. But judging by all the explosions, kidnappings, and stern lectures in the trailer, it seems leaving the past behind may be easier said than done for our unstable heroine (played by Claire Danes).
Mandy Patinkin and Rupert Friend return as Saul Berenson and Peter Quinn. Watch the Homeland Season 5 teaser trailer after the jump. Read More »
Update from Editor Peter Sciretta: FX has released two new teaser trailers for my favorite currently-running television series Fargo. The new teasers give us a better look at Peggy (Kirsten Dunst) and Sheriff Hank Larsson (Ted Danson). Hit the jump to watch them now.
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The Tribe is a very unique film. It’s the story of a deaf young man who moves into a new boarding school for the deaf, only to be pulled into the criminal activities organized by a student gang. The film has no spoken dialogue as the characters communicate entirely through Ukranian sign language, which is not subtitled or translated. Watching this film is indeed a demanding experience, but it is one that left me thinking about the movie for months afterward.
Now, Austin, Texas-based poster house Mondo will soon release a new way to keep the film in mind. A poster, The Tribe by artist Alan Hynes. Check out the full design and get all the specs and on-sale info below. Read More »
Following the first domestic trailer released last month for Steven Spielberg‘s latest thriller Bridge of Spies, a new international trailer has surfaced across the pond, laying out more of the Cold War set true story starring Tom Hanks.
There’s some moments from the first trailer here, but there’s a slew of new footage that really digs into the meat of this captivating story, showing off plenty of what promises to be another stirring performance from Spielberg’s Catch Me If You Can and Saving Private Ryan star as a man thrust into a precarious and dangerous situation in unfamiliar territory.
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Fox is bringing The X-Files back to TV, and the network will bring people back to the series by running a one episode per day marathon. The marathon starts today, and now Fox has released a trailer for the marathon, and as a bonus it contains the first new X-Files footage, featuring David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as Fox Mulder and Dana Scully.. Read More »
It is probably too much to expect that a streaming service will swoop in to save Hannibal. We know Netflix is out, thanks to deals with other companies. Amazon already has streaming rights to the first three seasons (the first two are streaming now, the third eventually will be, after broadcast) seems like the most likely home. In fact, that Amazon deal may make Amazon nearly the only possible contender. And with NBC out of the picture, even that deal will be complicated.
Now contracts for leads Hugh Dancy and Mads Mikkelsen have expired. That means they’re free agents, which means that a fourth season for Hannibal would involve negotiating new contracts, making things even more complex. Read More »