hanna season 1 trailer

Time for yet another trailer for Hanna, the Amazon series adapted from the Joe Wright movie of the same name. We’ve already had several trailers for this show, but hey, one more won’t hurt. And while Amazon is marketing the hell out of this thing, it hasn’t actually premiered yet (although the first episode was dropped early). Watch the new Hanna trailer below, and see when the show will premiere.

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Boomerang TV Series

In 1992, Boomerang was considered a comeback vehicle for Eddie Murphy. Coming to America had only been released four years prior, but the hype of Harlem Nights made its ultimate performance a disappointment, exacerbated by the fact that he wrote and directed it. The underperformance of Another 48 Hours and a two year gap from movie screens meant Murphy needed a comedy comeback, and Boomerang provided it.

Now, BET is premiering a TV series based on the movie from producers Lena Waithe and Halle Berry, the latter of whom also starred in the original film. Here are the three ways BET’s Boomerang TV series will update the movie.

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Last month, Syfy officially announced the Child’s Play TV series that creator Don Mancini has long been teasing. Mancini will collaborate with Channel Zero creator Nick Antosca, who hired Mancini as a writer on Channel Zero.

Antosca spoke with /Film about his new Hulu series The Act, but we were able to get an update on the Chucky series he’s developing with Mancini.

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Dear White People trailer

Dear White People has always used topical issues to inspire its storylines. Season one dealt with the aftermath of a blackface party on a college campus and an incident of police violence. Season two dealt with social media trolls and the rise of the alt-right. Series creator Justin Simien told the Television Critics Association what season three would tackle when the press visited the set of the show’s third season.

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MacGruber TV series

MacGruber, the cult comedy from director Jorma Taccone, tanked at the box office when it hit theaters back in 2010. With a ten million dollar budget, it only earned $9.3 million at the worldwide box office – which may explain why a sequel hasn’t materialized yet.

But the vocal fans of the movie may be on the brink of some good news: in a new interview, Taccone says he has pitched a MacGruber TV series to several streaming networks, and the whole cast from the movie is interested in reprising their roles. Are you ready to pound some more Cunth?
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LA's Finest teaser

We last saw Syd Burnett (Gabrielle Union) way back in 2003’s Bad Boys II, but sixteen years later, she’s moved to Los Angeles, joined the force, and teamed up with a partner named Nancy McKenna (Jessica Alba). Meet the newest iteration of Syd and Nancy.

The Bad Boys universe comes to the small screen with L.A.’s Finest, the first original series from Spectrum. Yes, cable companies are making their own shows now, and you can check out the (deeply weird) first teaser for this flagship series below.
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What We Do in the Shadows TV Show

At a Television Critics Association presentation, FX held a panel for the network’s TV adaptation of What We Do in the Shadows, and creators Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi, showrunner Paul Simms, and the cast of all new vampire characters were there. In a clip, they introduced the show’s newest form of vampire: an energy vampire. Colin Robinson (Mark Proksh) sucks people’s energy through boring conversation or annoying distractions, and the show treats this as a facet of vampire mythology (we got a glimpse of this in the brand new trailer as well). Learn more details about the upcoming comedy below. Read More »

what we do in the shadows trailer

After teasing us for months with brief character TV spots, FX has released the official What We Do in the Shadows trailer for the vampire mockumentary series. The first trailer also unveils the official March premiere date for the series while giving us a thorough introduction of all the vampire roommates at the center of the highly anticipated series.

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Hanna Super Bowl trailer

Hanna, the 2011 film from director Joe Wright about a teenager who was raised by her ex-CIA agent father to be a super spy, is being reimagined as a television series by Amazon. Now the company has unveiled a new Super Bowl trailer that gives us our best look yet at what to expect.

The video also reveals that Amazon Prime subscribers will be able to watch the first episode immediately after the Super Bowl this weekend, even though the show technically doesn’t premiere until March. Check out the action-packed trailer below. Read More »

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The Villainess TV series

The hyper-violent South Korean action movie The Villainess is finding new life on TV. Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment, the company behind The Walking Dead, will produce The Villainess TV series, with the original feature director Jung Byung-gi lined-up to helm the pilot. The story focuses on a young woman who was trained since childhood to become a deadly assassin.

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