Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle was a surprisingly huge hit at the box office from the end of 2017 and into 2018. The half-sequel, half-reboot raked in over $962 million at the global box office, so another film was inevitable. But it wouldn’t be a proper sequel without a key part of the original cast, and for some reason their deals didn’t close until this week.
Jumanji 2 (or Jumanji 3 for those keeping the real count) will arrive at the end of the year. While we don’t know how the sequel will follow up the last film, we now know that Alex Wolff, Madison Iseman, Ser’Darius Blain, and Morgan Turner will be back as high school kids who got trapped in the video game version of the troublesome board game. Read More »
Ari Aster‘s indie horror film Hereditary is being hailed as one of the scariest movies in recent memory. Aster blends family drama with crushing dread, creating a memorable, horrifying journey. Now that the film is out and most people have had a chance to see it, let’s talk about the terrifying Hereditary ending.
Major spoilers follow.
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Ready to start your day off with something creepy? Then behold this new Hereditary trailer, showcasing the latest tale of terror from A24. Be warned, though: this trailer is guaranteed to make you uneasy.
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Posted on Wednesday, September 28th, 2016 by Jack Giroux
63-year-old James Steven Sadwith makes his feature directorial debut with Coming Through the Rye. Up until this point in his career, Sadwith has mostly worked in television. He directed Sinatra and the Jonathan Rhys Meyers-led Elvis, and he also created the crime anthology series Gun. Sadwith’s first movie for the big screen is based on a chapter of his life, when he, as a teenager, went looking for the famously reclusive J.D. Salinger (played by Chris Cooper).
Below, watch the Coming Through the Rye trailer.
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From Up On Poppy Hill, co-written by Hayao Miyazaki and directed by Gor? Miyazaki, was Studio Ghibli’s big 2011 release. It tells the story of two high school students hoping to clean up their hometown who run up against the corporate mindset of a local businessman. When the film came out in Japan last summer, it was a success for the legendary company and soon after, producers Frank Marshall and Kathleen Kennedy decided to bring it to North America via GKids. The film will be released in November for an Oscar qualifying run followed by a wider release in March 2013. Its impressive English language voice cast has now been revealed. Read the full list after the jump. Read More »