The garden in The Secret Garden looks different to everyone who reads Frances Hodgson Burnett’s beloved 1911 classic. It may be an untamed plot of land with room for wildflowers and imagination for some, or a pastoral paradise with every kind of foliage imaginable. The latest adaptation leans toward the latter, dialed up to a hundred, presenting an awe-inspiring oasis full of ferns, flowers, and ancient architecture that makes one feel like they’re stepping into a fairy tale. But despite the otherworldly quality of the garden in The Secret Garden, it’s not the result of abundant CGI or transplanted exotic plants. It’s composed of 7 real gardens located all across the United Kingdom.
/Film has a set of exclusive The Secret Garden images that take us behind the ivy-covered wall and into the magical real-life gardens that became the titular secret garden in the Marc Munden-directed adaptation.
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Production on Jurassic World: Dominion is back underway across the pond after an extended hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic. Cast members Sam Neill and Laura Dern are already back on set, along with the satisfying but scandalous confirmation of Dr. Grant’s hat making a comeback. But it looks like even more from Jurassic Park‘s past might be involved in the latest sequel.
A new Jurassic World: Dominion photo revealed by director Colin Trevorrow shows off a seemingly innocuous prop from the movie, but on that prop is a hint at the return of an important location from the Jurassic Park franchise. Find out more below. Read More »
When DC FanDome launches later this month, fans will get a proper glimpse at Zack Snyder‘s cut of Justice League, which is heading to HBO Max in 2021. While director is busy putting the movie together in post-production, he couldn’t help but tease fans a little bit with a look at the new, alternate version of the villain Steppenwolf, the leader of the Parademon army who acts as a herald announcing the forthcoming arrival of the read big bad, Darkseid. See Zack Snyder’s Justice League Steppenwolf photo below. Read More »
Cast Tom Holland in a movie and you’ve got half the internet quaking in their boots. Put him in a movie with Robert Pattinson, and well, you’re done for. The two British heartthrobs are putting on Ohio accents to star in The Devil All the Time, Antonio Campos‘ Midwestern Gothic drama set to his Netflix this September. The first images from The Devil All the Time have been released, giving us a glimpse at what it will be like for Holland and Pattinson to share a screen (though they don’t actually share an image in these first look pictures).
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Ben Wheatley, the director of films like Free Fire, High-Rise, and Kill List, is going Gothic for his next film. He’s tackling an adaptation of Rebecca, Daphne du Maurier’s classic novel about a young woman who gets married to a rich widower and slowly learns that his late wife’s memory casts a long shadow over everyone who lives at their sprawling manor. Lily James and Armie Hammer star in the new Netflix film, which finally has a release date and a batch of first-look photos that you can check out below. Read More »
Even though Pixar Animation is still sitting on the release of their next film Soul, the animation studio has already announced their next project, and it will arrive next summer.
Pixar’s Luca is a coming-of-age story said to follow as young boy as he and a new friend experience an unforgettable summer filled with gelato, pasta and endless scooter rides. This sounds like Pixar’s version of Call Me By Your Name, though probably with a lot less peach eroticism. Read More »
Writer/director Billy Ray (Shattered Glass, Richard Jewell) is accustomed to repurposing real-life events into compelling entertainment. He’s hoping to do the same thing with The Comey Rule, an adaptation of former FBI director James Comey’s book that stars Brendan Gleeson (In Bruges) as President Donald Trump and Jeff Daniels (The Newsroom) as Comey himself.
Plot details, new images and the first teaser trailer for the two-part Showtime project have arrived, and you can check those out below.
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What makes a monster? That’s what Ryan Murphy and Sarah Paulson are seeking to find out with the upcoming Netflix series Ratched. Murphy’s prequel to One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest stars Paulson as a younger Nurse Ratched, chronicling how she came to be one of cinema’s most notorious villains. The series has been long in the making, with the Emmy Award-winning showrunner spending a year securing the rights to the character before the project finally got going in 2017. The series is set to finally premiere this September, and Netflix has released the first images from Ratched to drum up interest. See the Ratched first look images below.
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Treat yourself to some Cornetto: Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are back together again. The duo who, along with director Edgar Wright, gave us cult classic hits like Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz seemed to have gone their separate ways after the Cornetto Trilogy wrapped up with 2013’s The World’s End. But it turns out it takes a few ghosts and an Amazon horror comedy series to bring them back together. Pegg and Frost star in Amazon’s Truth Seekers, a horror comedy series about a misfit team of ghost hunters who are seeking…the truth. See the first images from Truth Seekers below.
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Aaron Sorkin‘s next movie as both a writer and director is The Trial of the Chicago 7. The true story follows the infamous 1969 trial of seven men charged by the federal government with conspiracy following the counter-cultural anti-Vietnam protests in Chicago at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. What started as peaceful protests turned to a violent clash with police and the National Guard. It’s a story that feels more relevant than ever in our current political and social climate, and the first look photos that have just surfaced showcase the all-star cast bringing this pivotal moment in history to life. Read More »