‘Shooter’ Finally Sets New Premiere Date

Shooter premiere

USA’s Shooter will premiere over three months after it was originally scheduled to air. After the tragic sniper shooting in Dallas, Texas, this past summer, USA postponed the pilot out of respect for the victims. The pilot got delayed a week, but another horrific shooting in Baton Rouge, La., led to Shooter being pulled from the summer schedule altogether. The show, which stars Ryan Phillippe, will now debut in November.

Below, learn the new Shooter premiere date.

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Sleepless - Jamie Foxx

The last time Jamie Foxx got into action mode it was as an electric Smurf in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Now it looks like he’s made a potentially better choice to get back into tough guy mode with a new action thriller called Sleepless. This one appears to be full of double crossing since it features Foxx playing an undercover detective named Vincent Downs, posing as a corrupt cop, who gets the raw end of a bad deal when his son is kidnapped by one of the gangsters (Scoot McNairy) Downs has been working with.

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Let The Right One In tv series pilot

Update: Doctor Who and Happy Valley director Euros Lyn has been hired by TNT to direct the pilot of a television series based on Let The Right One In. Lyn also directed episodes of Daredevil, Black Mirror, Sherlock, Torchwood and Broadchurch. Learn about the Let The Right One In tv series, after the jump.

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The Girl on the Train early buzz

Tate Taylor originally appeared like an odd pick to direct the adaptation of Paula HawkinsThe Girl on the Train, an exciting, brutal, and sometimes darkly funny page-turner. Taylor, who’s best known for directing The Help and Get on Up, hasn’t directed a thriller before. Based on some of the early reviews, the filmmaker doesn’t always fare well with Hawkins’ mystery, despite a committed and often chilling performance from Emily Blunt.

Below, read The Girl on the Train early buzz.

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Personal Shopper Trailer

Since taking on the Twilight franchise, Kristen Stewart has spent her career taking on a wide variety of films in the indie world. Her roles in recent years include the prisoner of war drama Camp X-Ray, Woody Allen’s most recent film Cafe Society, the action comedy American Ultra, the powerful family drama Still Alice, and Olivier Assayas’ praised Clouds of Sils Maria. Now she’s back with the latter filmmaker for a haunting thriller.

Personal Shopper played at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year, and now the acclaimed film is coming to limited theaters next spring. Having known very little about the film, even after its premiere at Cannes, I must say that the first Personal Shopper trailer that debuted online recently teases an enticing supernatural tale. Read More »

Twin Peaks Teaser

There is a lot of anticipation regarding the return of Twin Peaks in 2017. Not only does the series follow-up coming to Showtime mark the first major directorial effort in 10 years from David Lynch, but it’s also reviving one of the most revered cult classic shows of all time, with a crazy roster of talent on board. Now a new Twin Peaks teaser just raises more questions while confirming a new detail about the series. Read More »

‘The Purge’ May Be Getting A TV Series

The Purge TV show

The Purge movies have been reliable moneymakers for Universal, Blumhouse Productions, and Platinum Dunes. Their budgets are kept low, so when they make over $100 million worldwide, they crack a nice profit. Now that this franchise is three movies in, what’s in the future for this successful series? According to director James DeMonaco, it’s television.

Below, learn more about a possible The Purge TV show in development.

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NBC Working on ‘The Italian Job’ TV Series

the italian job TV series

F. Gary Gray‘s remake of The Italian Job is light fun. For a few years after the film was released, we’d hear bits and pieces of news about The Brazilian Job. There were scripts written for the sequel, but Paramount never moved forward with it. Since that project becomes more unrealistic as the years go by, that leaves room for The Italian Job television series, inspired by both Peter Collinson‘s original 1969 film and Gray’s remake.

Below, learn more about a potential The Italian Job TV series.

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Murder On The Orient Express cast

Besides its own director, no actors that we know of are officially attached to Kenneth Branagh‘s Murder on the Orient Express remake, based on Agatha Christie‘s novel of the same name. Over the summer Angelina Jolie began circling the role of widowed socialite Harriet Hubbard, but last month she passed on the part. The newest actors to enter the mix are Dark Shadows co-stars Johnny Depp and Michelle Pfeiffer.

Below, learn more about the potential Murder on the Orient Express cast.

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ice teaser trailer

Antoine Fuqua is on a roll right now. Fuqua’s The Magnificent Seven remake opened strong at the box office this past weekend. The western may be another hit from Fuqua, whose three previous movies — SouthpawThe Equalizer, and Olympus Has Fallen — also performed well. After a few hit-or-miss movies post-Training Day, the director has been connecting with moviegoers again and again lately. We’ll soon see if audiences embrace his next project, Ice. The TV series is executive produced by Fuqua, who also directed the pilot.

Below, watch a quick Ice teaser trailer.

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