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Frontier

Network: Netflix.

Episodes: 18 (hour).

Seasons: Three.

TV show dates: January 20, 2017 — November 23, 2018.

Series status: Cancelled.

Performers include: Jason Momoa, Landon Liboiron, Alun Armstrong, Zoe Boyle, Allan Hawco, Jessica Matten, Shawn Doyle, Evan Jonigkeit, Lyla Porter-Follows, Greg Bryk, Diana Bentley, Katie McGrath, and Breanne Hill.

TV show description:

A Canadian action-adventure drama from creators Rob Blackie and Peter Blackie, the Frontier TV show is an 18th century period piece. The story unfolds in the violent, corrupt world of the North American fur trade.

A part-Cree, part-Irish outlaw, Declan Harp (Momoa) is determined to break the Hudson Bay Company's monopoly. His reputation as a brutal trader precedes him, and his Black Wolf Company has made major
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Frontier: Season Three Viewer Votes

Will ferocious outlaw Declan Harp be victorious during the third season of the Frontier TV show on Netflix? Usually, the Nielsen ratings play a big role in determining whether TV shows are cancelled or renewed. Netflix and other streaming platforms, however, collect their own data. If you've been watching this TV series, we'd love to know how you feel about the season three episodes of Frontier. We invite you to rate them below. *Status update below.

A Netflix historical action drama, Frontier stars Jason Momoa, Alun Armstrong, Landon Liboiron, Zoe Boyle, Jessica Matten, Evan Jonigkeit, Allan Hawco, Lyla Porter-Follows, Greg Bryk, Diana Bentley, and Breanne Hill. A Canadian action-adventure drama from creators Rob Blackie and Peter Blackie, the 18th century period piece unfolds in the violent, corrupt world of the North American fur trade. A part-Cree, part-Irish outlaw, Declan Harp (Momoa) is determined to break the
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Frontier: Cancelled, No Season Four for Jason Momoa Series on Netflix

It looks like Netflix is leaving the wilderness. Frontier star Jessica Matten recently revealed the TV show has been cancelled after three seasons.

The historical drama, which airs on Netflix in the U.S., centers on the rough and often violent North American fur trade of the late 18th century. The cast includes Jason Momoa, Alun Armstrong, Zoe Boyle, and Landon Liboiron.

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Frontier: Season Four; Jason Momoa Says Netflix Series Is Renewed - and Ending?

Is Frontier ending? Recently, star Jason Momoa revealed the Discovery Canada TV show will return for a fourth (and possibly final?) season.

The historical drama, which airs on Netflix in the U.S., centers on the rough and often violent North American fur trade of the late 18th century. In addition to Momoa, the series stars Alun Armstrong, Zoe Boyle, and Landon Liboiron.

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Frontier: Has the Netflix TV Series Been Cancelled or Renewed for Season Four?

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Will Declan Harp or Lord Benton finally be victorious in destroying the other? Is the Frontier TV show cancelled or renewed for a fourth season on Netflix? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Frontier, season four. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   

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Streaming on the Netflix paid subscription platform, Frontier stars Jason Momoa, Alun Armstrong, Landon Liboiron, Zoe Boyle, Jessica Matten, Evan Jonigkeit, Allan Hawco, Lyla Porter-Follows, Greg Bryk, Diana Bentley, and Breanne Hill. A Canadian action-adventure drama from creators Rob Blackie and Peter Blackie, the 18th century period piece unfolds in the violent, corrupt world of the North American fur trade. A part-Cree, part-Irish outlaw, Declan Harp
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New Trailer For Netflix’s ‘Frontier’ Season 3

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He’s about to star in the big-budget DC superhero movie Aquaman, but Jason Momoa will return to a familiar character for another project on the small screen. The actor will return to the role of Declan Harp when Frontier returns at the end of this month.

The battle for profit and power spans continents as ferocious outlaw Declan Harp takes his fight against the Hudson’s Bay Company across the Atlantic.

Landon Liboiron, Alun Armstrong, Zoe Boyle, Jessica Matten, Allan Hawco and Katie McGrath are also amongst the cast of Frontier, which returns to Netflix worldwide (excluding Canada) on 23rd November, 2019.

The post New Trailer For Netflix’s <em>‘Frontier’</em> Season 3 appeared first on The Hollywood News.
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‘Truth or Dare’ Blu-ray Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Lucy Hale, Violett Beane, Tyler Posey, Sophia Ali, Hayden Szeto, Landon Liboiron, Nolan Gerard Funk, Sam Lerner | Written by Jillian Jacobs, Michael Reisz, Jeff Wadlow, Christopher Roach | Directed by Jeff Wadlow

The latest low budget horror flick from Blumhouse Productions is about a demonically possessed game of Truth Or Dare that kills off its players. If you can get past that admittedly ridiculous premise, there are just enough creepy chills and thrills to make this worth your while, even if it never quite manages the supernatural horror of something like It Follows (an obvious influence).

Directed by Jeff Wadlow, the film centres on socially conscious college student Olivia (singer-slash-actress Lucy Hale), who’s coerced into accompanying her friends on a spring break trip to Mexico. After a drunken night at a bar, Olivia falls in with Carter (Landon Liboiron), who suggests that she and her friends follow him to
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‘Truth Or Dare’ Crosses $90M Ww, Tops Blumhouse Cousins ‘Purge’ & ‘Sinisters’

  • Deadline
‘Truth Or Dare’ Crosses $90M Ww, Tops Blumhouse Cousins ‘Purge’ & ‘Sinisters’
As Universal/Blumhouse’s Truth Or Dare crosses $50M at the international box office, and $90M worldwide, producer Jason Blum says he looks forward to working with director Jeff Wadlow “forever.” This is the Kick-Ass 2 helmer’s highest-grossing film to date domestically ($40.7M), internationally ($50.1M) and globally ($90.8M).

Blum tells me, “Even though we have done it before, I can attest that getting a $5M movie to 90 million bucks worldwide is no easy feat. Truth Or Dare has surpassed the worldwide gross of the first installment of our Purge franchise and our first and second Sinister movies as well. And Jeff Wadlow deserves all the credit. I am looking forward to working with him forever.”

Truth Or Dare is an original micro-budgeted pic with a solid overseas base. Universal kicked off a staggered international release on the teen horror beginning April 12, and opened North America to $19M for the Friday the 13th weekend,
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Review: ‘Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare’ is the Lowest Common Denominator of PG-13 Teen Horror

In more confident hands, Truth or Dare might have been something worthwhile. The concept of a viral Truth or Dare game where the main rule is “if I’m lying, I’m dying,” could open all kinds of possibilities in all kinds of genres–imagine what a young Atom Egoyan might have done at the helm. Jeff Wadlow, director of decent genre fare Cry Wolf and Never Back Down, chooses instead to largely revisit the ideas of his debut feature with a group of good-looking college students cursed into playing a deadly game. The only problem is they’re not a terribly interesting group to spend 100 minutes with.

Opening with an evocatively promising premise before dashing off into boring absurdity, a youngster enters a convenience store in Mexico and burns the place down; thus, a curse begins. We then meet our main group who will face various threats: Lucy Hale stars as Olivia Barron,
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‘Rampage’ to Debut Behind ‘A Quiet Place’ in Muted Opening Weekend

  • Variety
‘Rampage’ to Debut Behind ‘A Quiet Place’ in Muted Opening Weekend
Dwayne Johnson’s action-fantasy “Rampage” is heading for downbeat North American opening weekend of about $27 million to $32 million at 3,950 locations, early estimates showed Friday.

That’s well below forecasts and signals that Paramount’s second weekend of John Krasinski’s “A Quiet Place” should repeat as the box office winner with about $34 million at 3,508 sites. Universal-Blumhouse’s debut of “Truth or Dare” will come in above expectations in third with about $18 million at 3,029 venues.

With a price tag in the $120 million range, “Rampage” needs to deliver strong box office around the world to become profitable. The New Line-Warner Bros. release had been forecasted to debut between $37 million and $40 million from 3,950 theaters this weekend.

Johnson portrays a primatologist who shares a bond with a silverback gorilla who becomes a giant beast after a rogue genetic experiment goes wrong and creates an array of rampaging creatures. First-day grosses in China were impressive with $15.7 million,
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Review: Truth Or Dare Plays a Silly Yet Entertaining Game for Younger Viewers

For Truth or Dare, Jeff Wadlow infuses the titular game for youngins with something of a supernatural bent that often ventures into a territory that is often borderline goofy, but I still couldn’t help but admire the film’s total commitment to its rather audacious concept. It’s really not a cinematic experience intended for those of us who happen to be born before 1995, so for all intents and purposes, I think Truth or Dare mostly hits its mark for those it was made for. And yes, even though the film does have a few silly moments, it also has two truly inspired set pieces that were downright brilliantly conceived that I enjoyed immensely.

Truth or Dare introduces us to a version of the titular activity where those who begin playing must adhere to the demands of the game as the stakes are continually raised, and if they do
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Truth or Dare Review #2: A Rare Blumhouse Blunder That Fails to Scare

Truth or Dare Review #2: A Rare Blumhouse Blunder That Fails to Scare
In the middle of the spring movie season where our imaginations are being taken across the universe of time and space, into the virtual world of a video game, and to a hidden city where its society has been richly thriving for decades, there always has to be room for a horror movie to try and make us wiggle uncomfortably in our seats, right? Unfortunately, if you want all that, maybe you should go see the film A Quiet Place, because Truth or Dare might not do the job.

Lucy Hale plays Olivia a college student who is as good-hearted and generous as the main protagonist for this genre of films needs to go. Instead of going on a mission for Habitat for Humanity her circle of friends convinces her to spend their last spring break together by going on a trip to Mexico because somehow this is still considered a safe idea.
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‘Truth or Dare’ Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Lucy Hale, Violett Beane, Tyler Posey, Sophia Ali, Hayden Szeto, Landon Liboiron, Nolan Gerard Funk, Sam Lerner | Written by Jillian Jacobs, Michael Reisz, Jeff Wadlow, Christopher Roach | Directed by Jeff Wadlow

The latest low budget horror flick from Blumhouse Productions is about a demonically possessed game of Truth Or Dare that kills off its players. If you can get past that admittedly ridiculous premise, there are just enough creepy chills and thrills to make this worth your while, even if it never quite manages the supernatural horror of something like It Follows (an obvious influence).

Directed by Jeff Wadlow, the film centres on socially conscious college student Olivia (singer-slash-actress Lucy Hale), who’s coerced into accompanying her friends on a spring break trip to Mexico. After a drunken night at a bar, Olivia falls in with Carter (Landon Liboiron), who suggests that she and her friends follow him to
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‘Rampage’ Stomps to $2.4 Million in Thursday Night Previews

  • Variety
‘Rampage’ Stomps to $2.4 Million in Thursday Night Previews
Dwayne Johnson’s “Rampage” has opened with a solid $2.4 million in Thursday night preview screenings in North America.

Universal-Blumhoue’s “Truth or Dare” grossed $750,000 in Thursday night shows at 2,400 locations.

Rampage,” from New Line and Warner Bros., showed its strongest performance among younger customers. “Rampage,” loosely based on the 1986 Midway arcade game, has been forecasted to debut between $37 million and $40 million from 3,950 theaters this weekend. The movie is expected to take the top spot from the second weekend of “A Quiet Place,” which has taken in $63 million in its first six days.

Johnson portrays a primatologist who shares a bond with a silverback gorilla who becomes a giant beast after a rogue genetic experiment goes wrong and creates an array of rampaging creatures. Naomie Harris, Malin Akerman, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Joe Manganiello also star in the film, directed by Brad Peyton. The sci-fi adventure carries a reported $120 million price tag.
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Win movie merchandise with Truth or Dare

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To mark the release of Truth or Dare on 13th April, we’ve been given 5 merchandise packs including a hoodie, a mug, a T-Shirt and a phone cover to give away.

Lucy Hale (Pretty Little Liars) and Tyler Posey (Teen Wolf) lead the cast of Truth or Dare, a supernatural thriller from Blumhouse Productions. A harmless game of “Truth or Dare” among friends turns deadly when someone—or something—begins to punish those who tell a lie—or refuse the dare.

Directed by Jeff Wadlow (Kick-Ass 2), the thriller co-stars Violett Beane, Hayden Szeto, Landon Liboiron, Sophia Taylor Ali and Nolan Gerard Funk. The film was produced by Blumhouse’s Jason Blum and executive produced by Wadlow, Chris Roach, Jeanette Volturno and Couper Samuelson.

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Truth or Dare Review

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Whilst nobody can deny the recent success stories associated with Jason Blum’s cult boutique horror studio Blumhouse Productions, after all the studio was responsible for bringing to the masses admittedly one of the most critically acclaimed horror movies of all times in the shape of Jordan Peel’s multi-award winning Get Out, however the same can’t be said about the studio’s latest cliché-ridden “kill em all” horror offering Truth Or Dare.

Directed by Jeff Wadlow and staring Lucy Hale (Pretty Little Liars), Tyler Posey (Teen Wolf), Violett Beane (The Leftovers), the film takes a high concept idea and turns it into a clunky, kill-heavy production aimed at the Snapchat generation with, shall we say, mixed results.

Related: Win Merchandise form Truth or Dare

A group of college friends decide to have one last spring-break together in Mexico before the end of the school year. The trip soon
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Truth Or Dare (2018) – Review

Ah, it’s another special Friday, a day to avoid black cats while walking around a ladder in order to see a new horror flick at the multiplex. On this thirteenth, we’re not getting another incarnation of Jason Vorhees, or Freddie, Leatherface, or Michael Myers. Nope this flick is in a part of “Scare City” that’s a bit more genteel than where those dudes do their mayhem. That’s because (speaking of the thirteenth) this movie’s rated “PG-13”, an area that’s more in the wheelhouse of the company known as Blumhouse. Just in case you were thinking they’ve gone all “respectable’ with their Oscar win (Best Original Screenplay) for last year’s smash Get Out, here’s another movie for teens who love to see slightly older, very photographic young adults in jeopardy. And just so you don’t confuse it with that ancient 1990’s Madonna documentary,
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Truth Or Dare Review

Paranormal Activity may have put Jason Blum’s Blumhouse Productions on the map way back in 2009, but the company’s crowning achievement undoubtedly came last year, with the arrival of its two biggest hits to date in Get Out and Split. Years before Jordan Peele earned an Oscar and M. Night Shyamalan finally returned to the world of Unbreakable, Blumhouse was busy specializing in giving emerging filmmakers a boost via low-budget horror projects.

However, while Truth or Dare still falls squarely within that purview, the film also marks a first for the studio, as its marketing campaign embraces the brand loyalty it has fostered throughout sleeper hits like last year’s Happy Death Day. But coming off the heels of its most high-profile year yet, does Truth or Dare — excuse us, Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare (as its poster proudly proclaims) — deliver anything more than the company’s attempt to cash in on its reputation?
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Interview: Director/Co-Writer Jeff Wadlow Talks Truth Or Dare

Arriving in theaters this weekend is director/co-writer Jeff Wadlow’s Truth or Dare, which puts a supernatural spin on the popular game of the same name after a group of friends traveling in Mexico for spring break end up trapped in a deadly game where the stakes are life or death. Truth or Dare was produced by Blumhouse, and co-stars Lucy Hale, Tyler Posey, Violett Beane, Sophia Taylor Ali, Landon Liboiron, and Nolan Gerard Funk.

Daily Dead caught up with Wadlow during the press day for Truth or Dare, and he chatted about how he managed to figure out a way to infuse the game of "truth or dare?" with a very personal brand of horror, collaborating with the ensemble who become the heart of the film, why the movie needed to be PG-13, and whether or not he’s even considered a Truth or Dare sequel at this point.
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Box Office: Dwayne Johnson’s ‘Rampage’ to Battle Horror Titles

  • Variety
Box Office: Dwayne Johnson’s ‘Rampage’ to Battle Horror Titles
Box office king Dwayne Johnson is ready to reclaim his crown.

Johnson, whose “Jumanji” just became Sony Picture’s highest grossing movie of all time, is swinging back into theaters with “Rampage.” The New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. pic, which reportedly cost $120 million to make, is estimating a debut between $37 million to $40 million from 3,950 theaters. Though that would be enough to secure the top spot from “A Quiet Place,” it’ll still need a boost from overseas to make the pricey film profitable.

Loosely based on the video game, “Rampage” follows a primatologist (Johnson) who shares a bond with a silverback gorilla that turns the gentle ape into a giant and aggressive beast after a rogue genetic experiment that goes wrong. Naomie Harris, Malin Akerman, and Joe Manganiello round out the film, directed by Brad Peyton.

Still, positive word of mouth should drive Paramount Pictures’ “A Quiet Place” to another strong weekend.
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