New Horror Movie ‘Svalta’ From Simon Pegg & Nick Frost Lands At Orion Pictures

The future is in the stars for iconic comedy duo Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. According to Deadline, Orion Pictures is moving forward with the horror pitch Svalta courtesy of Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Miles Ketley’s Stolen Picture banner. Here is how the site breaks down the story: “The story follows a family on

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Blumhouse Developing ‘Magic 8 Ball’ Movie With ‘Truth Or Dare’ Director

If you can make a critically beloved and financially successful film based on plastic building blocks like LEGO, then you can pretty much make a movie about anything. At least that seems to be the resounding idea motivating a certain decision by Jason Blum. According to Deadline, Mattel is teaming up with Blumhouse for a

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Disney Eyeing ‘(500) Days of Summer’ Director For ‘Snow White’ Remake

With the live-action Aladdin now in theaters and The Lion King just around the corner, remake fever is burning hot over at Disney and the Mouse House isn’t showing any signs of cooling off. If Variety is to be believed, Disney is eyeing (500) Days of Summer director Marc Webb to helm the forthcoming live-action

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‘Dark Phoenix’ Review: Not Quite The Blaze Of Glory ‘X-Men’ Deserved

About the Film Directed by: Simon Kinberg Written by: Simon Kinberg Starring: Sophie Turner, James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, Nicolas Hoult, Tye Sheridan, Jessica Chastain Release date: June 7, 2019 Rating: PG-13 (for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action including some gunplay, disturbing images, and brief strong language) Running time: 118 min. Studio:

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Rotten Tomatoes Introducing New Audience Score System With Emphasis On Verified Ticket Purchases

The popular movie review conglomerate Rotten Tomatoes is finally making long-overdue changes to their Audience Score. Now the audience score will only reflect reviews from users who have verified with the site that they indeed bought a ticket to the movie they’re scoring. The new verified ticket purchase system is a part of Rotten Tomatoes’

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‘Aladdin’ (2019) Review: Live-action Retelling Isn’t Quite Magic, But Still Fun

I think it’s fair to say that Disney’s live-action remakes have ranged wildly from charming (Cinderella) to confounding (Maleficent). Aladdin experienced a turbulent marketing campaign that seemed to suggest the film would fall closer to the latter than the former. Many criticized the film’s trailers for looking too over-produced as well as their lack of

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8 Upcoming Horror Movies You May Not Know About But Totes Should

The 2010’s were one big treasure trove for horror fans and it looks like that’s going to keep being the case as we head into the new decade. 2019 is stacked with panic-inducing treats of terror. There are so many in fact that you probably don’t even know about a lot of them. Don’t sweat

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‘Child’s Play’ Reboot Makes Chucky More ‘Sympathetic’ Says Director

Slasher movie icons aren’t exactly known for how sympathetic they are. I mean, how bad can you feel for a homicidal maniac, let alone one who seems to take pleasure in ending innocent lives as much as Child’s Play‘s Chucky? Well, that’s exactly what Director Lars Klevberg’s Child’s Play remake accomplishes. Speaking with Collider, Klevberg

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Filming Begins On Christopher Nolan’s New Film ‘Tenet’ Plus New Details Announced

There is always a thick layer of secrecy surrounding Christopher Nolan’s upcoming projects. However, we’ve just learned a few new things about his latest film. Warner Bros. announced Wednesday that production has already begun on Nolan’s new film, Tenet. The studio described the project as “an action epic evolving from the world of international espionage.”

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Stephen King’s ‘The Long Walk’ Adaptation Lands A Scary-Talented Director

The Stephen King-aissance continues. The next of the author’s works in line for film adaptation is the dystopian thriller The Long Walk and if Variety is to be believed, it would appear the project has landed a scary-talented director by the name of André Øvredal. Øvredal’s credits include the excellent 2016 horror flick The Autopsy

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