In the new trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife, in theaters July 10th, Carrie Coon stars as a single mother who moves to a small town with her two children (Finn Wolfhard and Mckenna Grace), only for the kids to discover a secret legacy that their grandfather left behind.
The trailer, through some exposition provided by Paul Rudd, hints at a narrative connection to the original Ghostbusters, but Ghostbusters: Afterlife appears to
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But in case anyone needed reminding: Those songs, with Morissette’s blistered lyrics and the irresistible melodies and rhythms (co-written with her producer Glen Ballard) really were pretty great.
Still are, in fact. With Tom Kitt’s attractively amped-up arrangements and performances by an impeccable cast
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Jonjo O’Neill (The Fall), Martin McCann (Calibre) and Eileen O’Higgins (Brooklyn) round out the cast on the production which will shoot in and around Belfast for four weeks.
After new neighbours move in next door, a bereaved mother, played by Riseborough, begins to question her reality in the psychological thriller written and directed by Belfast born and based Gregg.
Most recently, Gregg co-directed stage play Inside Bitch for the Royal Court Theatre and Clean Break. Her writing credits include Sophia Al-Maria’s series Little Birds currently shooting with Juno Temple and Riviera, both for Sky Atlantic; as well as The Innocents and on the new Charlie Covell series Kaos for Netflix.
Pic is produced by Julia Godzinskaya and Sophie Vickers of Rooks Nest Entertainment (The Witch), who recently wrapped
Jet Force Gemini centres around twins Juno and Vela and their military dog, Lupus, who are part of a space military squadron called Jet Force. At the beginning, they’re the survivors of an attack by space tyrant, Mizar, but they don’t get away for long. In the midst of the ambush, the three of them are forced to
Growing up in the Midwest in the early aughts, 16-year-old Alice has always been a good Catholic. But when an innocent AOL chat turns racy, she discovers masturbation and is overwhelmed with guilt. Seeking redemption, she attends a mysterious religious retreat to try and suppress her urges, but it isn’t easy, especially after a cute upperclassman starts flirting with her. Alice’s sense of shame is spiraling when she uncovers a shocking truth about the retreat’s most devout. Desperate and confused, she flees and meets an unlikely ally, who offers an alternative view of what it means to be a good person. For the first time,
Set in the underworld of debt collecting, the movie follows homegrown hustler, Peg Dahl (Deutch), who will do anything to escape Buffalo, NY. After getting into some trouble, Peg finds herself crippled by debt. With her chances of a brighter future outside of her hometown squandered, she decides to become a debt collector herself and wages war with Buffalo’s king pin of debt collecting.
The feature was directed by Tanya Wexler, and was penned by Brian Sacca, his first feature film as a writer. As an actor he is a series regular on TBS’s “Wrecked,” and was featured in “Wolf of Wall Street,” “Band of Robbers” and “Kings of Summer.”
The film also stars Judy Greer, Jermaine Fowler, Noah Reid and Jai Courtney.
Among the list of arriving titles is a new episode of Hulu’s original monthly anthology series, “Into the Dark.” November’s episode is called “Pilgrim,” and claims to be inspired by true events — in which a woman invites a bunch of Pilgrim re-enactors over for Thanksgiving dinner. But things get spooky when the “actors” refuse to break character.
Other new arrivals include Season 5 of “You’re the Worst,” described as a modern look at love, the complete first seasons of “Dollface,” about a young woman re-entering the world of women, “The Accident,” which begins with a deadly explosion at a construction site, and “Love Island: Australia,” an answer to the U.K. and U.S. versions of the beloved reality dating show.
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The supporting role with the most screen time is not always the one that gains traction on the awards circuit. Titular roles are occasionally subverted for sympathetic characters that elicit warmth from scant material, like when Mahershala Ali received his first Oscar nomination and win for 2016’s “Moonlight” with a quiet performance that was limited to the first third of the film.
“Jennifer’s Body” grossed a lackluster $31.6 million worldwide on a $16 million budget and was significantly beaten out by 2009 horror flicks “Paranormal Activity,” “Zombieland,” “The Final Destination” a remake of “Friday the 13th.” Megan Fox — who became a Hollywood sex symbol after her depiction of Mikaela Banes in the 2007 film “Transformers” — starred, and Cody said that because of her image,
Does it all work? Not quite, but you can’t fault a film for its ambition, least of all one that does manage to bring it all together for a deeply moving home stretch.
Like its bewigged main character, “Babyteeth” tries on a number of looks over its two-hour runtime. Some fit better than others, and if the film eventually settles on that which works best, it takes some time to get there.
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Among the new goodies coming next month is the 12th episode and season finale of horror anthology series “Into the Dark.” Out Sept. 6, the finale is called “Pure,” and is described as a female coming-of-age horror story in which a group of teenage girls perform a secret ritual at a “Purity Retreat.” When one of them begins to see a “supernatural entity,” a scary question is posed: “What is more dangerous: the demon they’ve unleashed, or the pressure to conform to their fathers’ expectations?” Scary indeed!
The Hulu original documentary “Untouchable” will be released on Sept. 2, described as “the inside story of the meteoric rise and shocking fall of movie titan Harvey Weinstein.” Directed by Ursula Macfarlane,
Twenty-one years later, the Grammy- and Juno-winning artist returned to the woods — namely, the Forest Hills Stadium in Queens,
“I got home after four months on the press tour and I was so depressed,” the 26-year-old recently told The Independent. “I was like, ‘Oh, I don’t have a hundred people taking my picture anymore?
Steckler most recently served as executive vice president of motion pictures for Condé Nast Entertainment Group where he helped produce “The Old Man and The Gun” for Fox, “Only the Brave” at Sony’s Columbia Pictures, and “Mosul” with the Russo Brothers, which is in post-production.
At Imperative, Steckler will be charged with increasing Imperative’s feature film output, with 30West continuing to provide financing and distribution advisory across the growing Imperative slate.
Previously, Steckler was executive vice president at Imagine Entertainment, and senior vice president of production at Fox Searchlight before that where he oversaw numerous award-winning films, including “Black Swan,” “Juno,” “Crazy Heart,” 127 Hours, and “500 Days of Summer.”
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At Imperative, Steckler will develop a slate of films to complement projects already underway there, the company said. His challenge will be to increase Imperative’s output of tastemaker films, with 30West continuing to provide financing and distribution advice across the slate. The company most recently generated the Clint Eastwood-directed The Mule, the Nisha Ganatra-directed Late Night, the Ridley Scott-directed All the Money in the World and the Palme d’Or winner The Square.
As Deadline revealed, Imperative recently made a deal with Paramount to distribute Killers of the Flower Moon, the adaptation of the David Grann book which
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