In filmmaker Adam Green’s new meta-horror movie Digging Up the Marrow, Twin Peaks actor Ray Wise portrays as an ex-cop who believes in monsters, and Hatchet director Green plays the role he was born to play: Hatchet director Adam Green.
There are two things you should know about the upcoming film To Write Love On Her Arms. First, the obvious stuff: It stars Kat Dennings as a Florida teenager named Renee. Renee has bipolar disorder; she falls into a downward spiral of addiction and abuse, only to be pulled out of it by friends including Chad Michael Murray and Rupert Friend.
The second thing you should know: As the trailer says, the film’s story inspired a movement.
Once upon a time, in a land far, far, away Sir Kenneth Branagh directed a new, live-action version of Cinderella. Well, technically, he made it in London last year. But this fresh, Disney-backed take on the beloved tale—which is released on March 13 next year —does have what sounds like a fairytale cast, with Cate Blanchett as the evil stepmother Lady Tremaine, Helena Bonham-Carter as the Fairy Godmother, Game of Thrones star Richard Madden as the Prince, Derek Jacobi as the King, Stellan Skarsgård as the King’s scheming adviser (is there really any other kind?), and Downton Abbey actress Lily James as Ella.
Together, Charlie Brown and Christmas usually conjure thoughts of existential melancholy—as in what’s on display in the classic television special A Charlie Brown Christmas. READ FULL STORY
It’s here: the first trailer for the latest entry in the long running film franchise that’s really, at it’s heart, all about family. Furious 7. Watch it below!
In the final trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1, fans are once again introduced to the devastation that Katniss is forced to face after her home is destroyed. But more importantly, the new trailer offers a glimpse at some of the book’s key moments, from Peeta’s warning to District 13 to Katniss’ message for President Snow.
Director Ana Lily Amirpour takes on entirely different kind of vampire tale in her directorial debut, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night.
According to the titular character in Xavier Dolan’s Cannes Jury Prize winner Mommy, a film which centers on a mother who takes on the challenge of being a single parent to her troubled son, “Skeptics… will be proven wrong.”
The subject of marriages going awry is a movie staple. But the new horror film Honeymoon—which is released Friday in theatres, on demand, and on iTunes—sets a new record for a legally-recognized coupling heading south, in terms of sheer terrifying weirdness.
The debut feature from Leigh Janiak, the movie stars Rose Leslie from Game of Thrones and Harry Treadaway from Penny Dreadful as the vacationing newlyweds. Get a taste of the film’s unnerving atmosphere in the exclusive (and expletive-featuring) clip below.
Ostensibly, Outcast is an historical drama set during the Crusades about two disillusioned Knights Templar who decide to protect the children of an assassinated Chinese emperor from their uncle who desires the throne. But it also has Nicolas Cage in it, so it’s probably best to prepare for anything.
The film also stars Hayden Christensen as Cage’s former brother-in-arms. But to be fair, it’s hard to get anyone to notice you when you’re next to a Nicolas Cage who has grown a beard, taken on a vaguely British accent, and begun calling himself “The White Ghost.”
Outcast opens in China on Sept. 26, but anyone in the States clamoring to see Nic Cage go all Nic Cage over Crusades-era China will have to wait until Feb. 27.