Are you intrigued by the idea of a graphic novel adaptation which features actresses beating the bejesus out of each other and stars Katie Cassidy (Arrow), Eliza Dushku, Gina Gershon, Michael Imperioli, Billy Campbell, Michelle Trachtenberg, and Sasha Grey? Then prepared to be intrigued further by the poster for The Scribbler — the name of said film — which we are exclusively revealing ahead of its debut at the American Film Market next week.
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Following Thursday’s Instagram tease of the new trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past, we have an exclusive look at more aspects of the highly anticipated new film, which hits theaters May 23. Patrick Stewart maneuvers in his new hover-chair as Professor X, Jennifer Lawrence dons full blue mode (and yellow eyes) as Mystique, and Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage addresses the U.S. president as Bolivar Trask, the creator of mutant-hunting robots called Sentinels.
The new film, inspired by Chris Claremont and John Byrne’s beloved 1981 comic-book storyline of the same name, unites the cast from the original X-Men films (Stewart, Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Ian McKellen, etc.) with those from 2011′s prequel First Class (Lawrence, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Nicholas Hoult) in a time-bending adventure. The plot follows Wolverine (Jackman) as he travels from the bleak future to the 1970s, sent by Professor X (Stewart) and Magneto (McKellen) to change certain key events.
Bryan Singer, returning to the franchise after directing the first two X-Men films, says Days of Future Past will take viewers on an emotional ride. “The stakes are high, not just for the world and the future but also the stakes of some of the characters,” says the director. “Clearly there was enormous fragmentation between the characters that happened at the end of First Class. That left the characters on a certain path. This movie will show you where those paths lead.”
Check out six brand-new seconds from the movie below: READ FULL STORY
“The movie’s about a guy, who’s been in prison for 10 years, gets released, and over the next 24 hours kills every single person who had a hand in him going to jail,” movie producer and Snowfort Pictures founder Travis Stevens told EW earlier this year, talking about the new action-thriller American Muscle. “He’s just a shark moving straight forward — just chewing through everybody in front of him. l feel it’s my most personal film because it has everything that I love in the world: Naked tattooed chicks riding motorcycles with Uzis and a bad-ass guy who doesn’t really speak too much!”
The producer has given EW a sneak peek at the film’s poster (which you can check out above) ahead of American Muscle‘s launch at next month’s American Film Market, where the film be repped by Stevens, with his fellow producers Jeffrey Giles and Michael Lurie of Automatic Entertainment handling international sales. American Muscle is written by John Fallon, directed by Rhavi Dhar, and stars Nick Principe, Robin Sydney, Todd Farmer, John Fallon, Malice McMunn, and Trent Haaga, cowriter of the forthcoming black comedy Cheap Thrills.
Every viewer, at one point or another, has asked the question, “What do movie stars do on set when they’re not filming?” We hear stories of pranks, or certain stars who head back to their trailer to nap. And then there’s Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson — who play Quidditch?
We have an exclusive video of Vaughn and Wilson behind the scenes of The Internship, enjoying a hot summer day with fellow cast members by playing the Harry Potter-inspired game. Surprisingly, Wilson wasn’t familiar with the game, but by the end of the day, “there was something about that game that just loved me,” Wilson explains in the video.
Watch the Quidditch match that resulted in one broken finger in our exclusive video below:
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Get ready for some pig-crushing! Rovio Entertainment has announced that veteran animators Fergal Reilly (Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs) and Clay Kaytis (Tangled) will make their directorial debut with Angry Birds, the upcoming 3-D CG-animated film.
Angry Birds is based on Rovio’s best-selling app and will be produced by John Cohen and Catherine Winder. David Maisel is attached to executive produce with a screenplay written by Jon Vitti.
The film is currently slated for a July 1, 2016 release.
Stuntwoman-turned-actress Zoe Bell made a splash with her appearance in the Quentin Tarantino-directed Death Proof half of Grindhouse — and is now very much back in action with her new film Raze. Bell plays a character who is abducted and, together with 49 other women, is forced to fight in a concrete bunker for the amusement of unseen spectators.
'Curse of Chucky': Director Don Mancini talks about his horror sequel (and why he wants to make 'Chucky -- The Musical!')
Legendary character actor Brad Dourif once again voices the titular killer-doll in Curse of Chucky, the sixth film in the Child’s Play series , which is released on Blu-ray and DVD tomorrow and is also available via VOD. The twist? One of the people Dourif’s doll most wants to kill — a wheelchair-bound woman named Nica — is played by the actor’s daughter, Fiona. “I think we’re the first horror franchise in history where the iconic villain is onscreen bedeviling his actual offscreen progeny, ” says Curse of Chucky writer-director and longtime franchise scribe Don Mancini. So did Mancini get a discount deal as a result of casting two actors from the same clan? “I personally get a deal in the sense that I probably get to have dinner at their house maybe a couple more times a year, having endeared myself to them,” laughs the filmmaker. “But, no. They both drive a hard bargain.”
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