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Fear Street Lures in Stranger Things Star Sadie Sink

It was just last week that we passed along the update that 20th Century Fox and Chernin Entertainment's upcoming three-film adaptation of Goosebumps author R.L. Stine's teen horror book series Fear Street had added Ashley Zukerman, Fred Hechinger, Julia Rehwald, and Jeremy Ford to the cast. That update was a two-parter as we also passed along word that the trilogy lost Queen of Earth and Her Smell writer-director Alex Ross Perry, who was all set to take the helm of the second Fear Street sequel. And today we hear that Stranger Things season two star Sadie Sink has joined the cast as well.

Sadie Sink will be joining a cast that includes the above-mentioned Ashley Zukerman, Fred Hechinger, Julia Rehwald, and Jeremy Ford along with Benjamin Flores Jr., Olivia Welch, Kiana Madeira, and Swamp Thing, Jurassic World star Matt Burke in the role of "Football Coach." Madeira and
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Oscar’s Longest Losing Streaks: 12 People With 10-Plus Nominations and No Wins (Photos)

  • The Wrap
Oscar’s Longest Losing Streaks: 12 People With 10-Plus Nominations and No Wins (Photos)
Cinematographer Roger Deakins hopes to snap his losing streak this year with his 14th nomination, for “Blade Runner 2049.”

Greg P. Russell (16 nominations)

Veteran sound mixer Greg P. Russell earned his first nomination for 1989’s “Black Rain.” He almost earned a 17th nomination, for 2016’s “13 Hours,” but his nomination was rescinded after he “violated Academy campaign regulations that prohibit telephone lobbying.”

Roland Anderson (15)

The longtime art director picked up his first nomination for “A Farewell to Arms” in 1934 — and then lost for such classics as 1961’s “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and 1963’s “Come Blow Your Horn.”

Alex North (15)

Composer Alex North was recognized with an honorary Oscar in 1986 — but he never won despite scoring such classics as “A Streetcar Named Desire,” “Cleopatra” and “Spartacus.”

Roger Deakins (14)

Cinematographer Roger Deakins earned the first of 14 nominations for 1994’s “The Shawshank Redemption” — and even earned two nods in 2007 for Best Picture winner
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‘Hightown’: James Badge Dale To Star In Starz’s Opioid Epidemic Drama Series

  • Deadline
‘Hightown’: James Badge Dale To Star In Starz’s Opioid Epidemic Drama Series
Exclusive: James Badge Dale (13 Hours) is set as the male lead opposite Monica Raymund in Hightown, Starz’s drama series from Rebecca Cutte, Gary Lennon and Jerry Bruckheimer TV.

Written and executive produced by Cutter, Hightown is a crime drama set amid the drug trade on Cape Cod, touched off when a body washes ashore and discovered by an irreverent National Marine Fisheries Service officer, Jackie Quinones (Raymund), who is determined to help solve the murder even if the state cops want her nowhere near the case.

Dale will play Detective Ray Abruzzo, a Massachusetts State Trooper assigned to the Cape Cod Drug Task Force, who questions Quinones as the body she found was his C.I. He is determined to crack the case and wants to avenge the death of his C.I.

Gary Lennon will executive produce with Jerry Bruckheimer, Jonathan Littman and KristieAnne Reed from Jbtv.

In TV,
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2019 Cinema Audio Society Awards nominations: Oscar frontrunner ‘A Star is Born’ plus ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ ‘First Man’ …

2019 Cinema Audio Society Awards nominations: Oscar frontrunner ‘A Star is Born’ plus ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ ‘First Man’ …
The Cinema Audio Society Awards nominees for Best Sound Mixing are: “Black Panther,” “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “First Man,” “A Quiet Place” and “A Star is Born.” Historically, only about two-thirds of the Csa nominees go on to contend at the Oscars. However, we are predicting that all five of this year’s guild nominees will go on to reap Oscar bids for Best Sound Mixing. “A Star is Born” is our overwhelming frontrunner to win both awards.

Predict Oscar nominations now; change them till January 22

This year’s Cas nominees for sound mixing in an animated feature are: “The Grinch,” “The Incredibles 2,” “Isle of Dogs,” “Ralph Breaks the Internet” and “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.” And the documentary feature contenders are: “Fahrenheit 11/9,” “Free Solo,” “Quincy” and two films directed by Morgan Neville, “They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead” and “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?”

On the TV front, the
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‘Brightburn’ Trailer: James Gunn-Produced Horror Teaser Released At Brazil’s Comic-Con Experience

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‘Brightburn’ Trailer: James Gunn-Produced Horror Teaser Released At Brazil’s Comic-Con Experience
The first-look trailer for the James Gunn-produced horror film Brightburn was unveiled today at Comic-Con Brazil. The H Collective and Sony Pictures label Screen Gems film is directed by David Yarovesky (The Hive) and written by Mark Gunn & Brian Gunn.

The film stars Elizabeth Banks, David Denman, Jackson A. Dunn (Shameless), Matt Jones and Meredith Hagner. The premise: What if a child from another world crash-landed on Earth, but instead of becoming a hero to mankind, proved to be something far more sinister?

James Gunn produces, with executive producers Mark Gunn, Brian Gunn, Dan Clifton, Simon Hatt, and Nic Crawley. The H Collective fully financed the feature and produced alongside Gunn’s company, Troll Court Entertainment. Screen Gems will release the film wide theatrically in the Us over Memorial Day weekend on May 24, 2019, with
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‘Game Of Thrones’ Alum Tom Wlaschiha To Recur In Season 2 Of ‘Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan’

  • Deadline
‘Game Of Thrones’ Alum Tom Wlaschiha To Recur In Season 2 Of ‘Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan’
Game of Thrones alum Tom Wlaschiha is set for a key recurring role in the second season of Amazon drama series Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan.

The series, which hails from the Lost duo of co-showrunner Carlton Cuse and writer Graham Roland, Platinum Dunes, Skydance Television and Paramount TV, is a reinvention with a modern sensibility of the unexpected Tom Clancy hero, starring John Krasinski and Wendell Pierce (The Wire). In season two, Jack Ryan confronts the forces in power in a dangerous, declining democratic regime in South America.

Wlaschiha plays Max Schenkel, a mysterious foreign operative who crosses paths with Jack Ryan in South America.

Season two of the series is a co-production with Paramount Television and Skydance Television. Executive producing with Cuse, Roland and Krasinski are Platinum Dune’s Michael Bay, Andrew Form and Brad Fuller and Cuse’s Genre Arts. Additionally, Lindsey Springer,
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Watch: ‘Jack Ryan’ Looks a Billion Times Better When It’s Jim vs. Dwight

Today, Amazon launches their new Jack Ryan series. I’ve never really been a big fan of the character, since he’s largely a reactionary desk jockey who always gets drawn into bigger situations rather than a man of action. Amazon made a bold casting choice by going with John Krasinski for the series, and while Krasinski notably did action before with 13 Hours, this is the first TV series where he’s played an action hero…or is it? The good folks at Funny or Die did what we were all thinking and took Krasinski’s clips from The …
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Melanie Laurent Joins Michael Bay’s ‘6 Underground’ for Netflix

  • Variety
Melanie Laurent Joins Michael Bay’s ‘6 Underground’ for Netflix
French actress Melanie Laurent has joined the cast of Michael Bay’s “6 Underground” for Netflix and Skydance Media, the streaming giant announced Wednesday. U.S.-born Iranian actor Payman Maadi has also joined the production, which will start shooting later this month.

An actor and director in her native France, Laurent is best known to international audiences for her breakout lead role as the vengeance-seeking Shosanna in Quentin Tarantino’s 2009 film “Inglourious Basterds.” Other English-language roles have included Mike Mills’ “Beginners” and Denis Villenueve’s “Enemy.” Laurent most recently co-starred opposite Oscar-winner Jean Dujardin in French period comedy “Return of the Hero.” She’ll next be seen in Chris Weitz’s English-language true-story drama “Operation Finale,” which stars Oscar Isaac and Ben Kingsley.

Maadi, who starred in Asghar Farhadi’s Oscar-winning Iranian drama “A Separation,” previously worked with Bay on the 2016 film “13 Hours.”

6 Underground” stars Ryan Reynolds,
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How John Krasinski Plans to Make ‘Jack Ryan’ the Spy Next Door

  • Variety
How John Krasinski Plans to Make ‘Jack Ryan’ the Spy Next Door
John Krasinski needs to stay ripped — so he’s borrowing Dwayne Johnson’s gym.

He’ll soon be heading to Colombia to begin filming the second season of Amazon’s action-drama series “Jack Ryan,” in which he plays the title character, but for the last three weeks, Krasinski has been ensconced in Atlanta with his wife, Emily Blunt, and their children while she shoots Disney feature “Jungle Cruise” alongside Johnson.

As previously incarnated in films starring Alec Baldwin, Harrison Ford and (in case you forgot) Chris Pine, Ryan is an athletic role — one that requires things like punching bad guys and jumping out of helicopters onto Russian submarines. To help Krasinski stay in super-spy shape, Johnson offered him use of his private workout space.

The problem is, Johnson’s gym is outdoors under a massive tent. And this is Atlanta. In July.

“He likes to sweat it out,” Krasinski says.
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Outcast Season 2 Trailer & Key Art

The premiere of Outcast Season 2 is quickly approaching and Cinemax has revealed the official trailer and key art. The first of ten episodes is set to air on Friday, July 20th:

"The suspense-horror series Outcast returns for its ten-episode second season Friday, July 20 (10:00–11:00 p.m. Et/Pt), exclusively on Cinemax. Continuing to probe the mystery of what lies behind the town of Rome’s supernatural manifestations, and why they are drawn to Kyle, the show explores how people cope with extreme circumstances while protecting the ones they love. Outcast is created and executive produced by Robert Kirkman (“The Walking Dead”) and based on the Skybound/Image comic title by creator Robert Kirkman and artist Paul Azaceta.

Patrick Fugit stars as Kyle Barnes, a young man who has been plagued by demonic possession all his life. With the help of Reverend Anderson, played by Philip Glenister (“Kingdom of Heaven
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Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Adds James Marsden (Exclusive)

  • Variety
Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Adds James Marsden (Exclusive)
James Marsden and “American Housewife” actress Julia Butters will join the cast of Quentin Tarantino’s film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” sources tell Variety.

Insiders would not reveal what roles Marsden and Butters will be playing.

Damian Lewis, meanwhile, will portray acting icon Steve McQueen, Luke Perry is Scotty Lancer, Emile Hirsch is hairstylist Jay Sebring, Dakota Fanning is Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme — a member of the Manson family — Clifton Collins is Ernesto the Mexican Vaquero, Keith Jefferson is Land Pirate Keith, and Nicholas Hammond is director Sam Wanamaker.

The movie, which Tarantino is writing, directing, and producing, also stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Burt Reynolds, and Timothy Olyphant. Al Pacino just joined the cast as DiCaprio’s character’s agent.

David Heyman and Shannon McIntosh are producing as well.

The pic takes place in Los Angeles in 1969. The two lead characters are Rick Dalton (DiCaprio), the
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Cash Rebate Turns Island Nation of Malta Into Major Filming Destination

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Cash Rebate Turns Island Nation of Malta Into Major Filming Destination
The Republic of Malta – a small, Mediterranean island and major tourist destination – lures filmmakers with its yacht-strewn azure coastlines and historically significant structures such as medieval churches, baroque palaces and ancient fortifications. Producers will also find value in the country’s hefty cash rebate.

Specifically, the rebate ranges from 20% to 25% for qualified expenditures. A 2% bonus is available for productions that feature Malta and its culture, bringing the total incentive up to a total maximum of 27%.

To qualify, productions must spend a minimum of 100,000 euros, or about $118,000. They must also satisfy a cultural test.

Production resources abound on the small island, which is connected by air to many major European cities. Malta is particularly known for its production water tank – one of the world’s largest – which many films use for shooting water and underwater scenes. Plus, a long history of filmmaking has endowed Malta with a deep and experienced crew base.
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Win ‘Den Of Thieves’ On DVD – The Film Is Out Now!

To coincide with this week’s release of Den Of Thieves on the home formats, we’re giving away three copies on DVD. The inevitable clash between an unbeatable crew addicted to heists and an elite unit of Los Angeles detectives comes to a head in the film, which is out now on Digital Download, Blu-ray and DVD, courtesy of Stx International, a division of Stx Entertainment, and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

Directed by Christian Gudegast (London Has Fallen), the film blurs the lines between good and evil by examining the rivalry between a police unit, led by Gerard Butler (London Has Fallen), and a crew of career criminals featuring Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson (Get Rich or Die Trying), Pablo Schreiber (13 Hours), O’Shea Jackson Jr. (Straight Outta Compton) and Evan Jones (A Million Ways to Die in the West).

Den Of Thieves is a gritty Los Angeles crime saga
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Lionsgate Completes Majority Stake Purchase In Management/Production Company 3 Arts

  • Deadline
As Deadline exclusively revealed in April would happen, Lionsgate Entertainment has bulked up its asset base of content generating and client representation by completing a majority stake purchase for top management/production company 3 Arts Entertainment. We reported last month that the deal was in the works, and that Lionsgate is in talks to buy 50% of 3 Arts with an option to acquire the remaining 50% in five years. The numbers we heard pegged 3 Arts’ valuation at $300 million at the least, with some sources indicating it could be closer to $350 million.

The management/production company’s leadership would be staying put after the transaction. That includes 3 Arts partners Erwin Stoff, Michael Rotenberg, Howard Klein, David Miner, Dave Becky, Nick Frenkel and Molly Madden.

Lionsgate and 3 Arts had no comment at the time.

Lionsgate had indicated that it was on the market for acquisitions, and had been looking at several management/production companies
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10 Facts You Didn’t Know about the Movie “13 Hours”

There are likely still people who want to reopen the Benghazi case and find out just what happened, but 13 Hours at least does a credible job of retelling the story of the brave soldiers that were forced to hold out against insurmountable odds. The lives lost during this attack were tragedies that many people still feel were not adequately justified, but the issue has been glossed over so many times now that reopening it would take a titanic effort that many don’t feel the need for any longer. This is unfortunate since the sacrifice of these men was something

10 Facts You Didn’t Know about the Movie “13 Hours
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Jean-Luc Godard’s Consultant Explains His Michael Bay Reference and Filmmaking Process: ‘The Closest Model Is the Torah’

Jean-Luc Godard’s Consultant Explains His Michael Bay Reference and Filmmaking Process: ‘The Closest Model Is the Torah’
Jean-Luc Godard’s “The Image Book” is a sprawling mash-up of movies from across the history of the medium, set to the legendary filmmaker’s lyrical voiceover, and many audiences at the Cannes premiere were caught off guard by the overload of reference points. While not as much of a conversation-starter as his innovative 3D effort “Goodbye to Language,” the 87-year-old Swiss-French director has certainly crafted a provocative, boundary-bursting cinematic achievement as only he could. Cineastes will get chills from the mere glimpses of “Johnny Guitar,” which Godard first celebrated in references to the movie from the first decade of his work over 50 years ago.

But one clip struck some viewers as strange even by Godardian standards: a fleeting, lo-res shot from “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi,” Michael Bay’s 2016 war movie about the attack on the American compound. Like much of what we see in “The Image Book,
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‘The Image Book’ Review: Jean-Luc Godard’s Supercut Makes the Case That We’re All Doomed — Cannes 2018

‘The Image Book’ Review: Jean-Luc Godard’s Supercut Makes the Case That We’re All Doomed — Cannes 2018
In the final seconds of “The Image Book (aka Image and Word),” Jean-Luc Godard’s rapid-fire montage of movies and media set to his fragmented pronouncements, a dancer twirls around and falls to the floor. Despite the dense and murky assemblage leading up to this climax, it’s one of the most authentic endings in the filmmaker’s nearly 60-year career. It speaks to the intentions of a filmmaker who excels at messy, singular polemics: Have all the fun you want, because everybody’s doomed anyway.

Godard has a lot to say in “The Image Book,” in fits of inspired poetry and angry asides, in tune with the apocalyptic dimensions that characterize much of his late-period work. His raspy, bitter voiceover emanated from different channels throughout the theater at the Cannes premiere, his lyrical pronouncements rooting audiences in the confines of his restless mind. You choose to engage, or reject the entire endeavor outright.
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First Look At ‘American Gods’ Season Two As Production Kicks Off

Neil Gaiman has released an official video announcing the start of production for the much anticipated second series of the hit Prime Original series, American Gods. Additionally, the video also confirms that American Gods will be returning in 2019.

The video, which was posted today to Gaiman’s personal Twitter account was shot on set at The House on the Rock and includes shout-outs from both Neil Gaiman himself, protagonist Shadow Moon played by Ricky Whittle and cast member Yetide Badaki, who will return in her role as Bilquis.

Here’s the video.

The House on the Rock. What Season 1 #AmericanGods was leading up to. Now Season 2 is happening. Watch this! You’ll be able to see it all in 2019 on @Starz in the Us, and Amazon Prime Video in the rest of the world. @AmericanGodsSTZ @GodsOnAmazon pic.twitter.com/ILShexh3kK

— Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) April 30, 2018

Based on the best-selling book of the same name,
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Season 2 of Robert Kirkman’s Outcast TV Series to Premiere in the Us on July 20th on Cinemax

Robert Kirkman's TV series Outcast (based on his comic book series of the same name) left an indelible, demonic mark with its first season in 2016, and this July, the show will return for another round of demonic possessions when its second season premieres in the Us on Cinemax beginning Friday, July 20th:

Press Release: Plagued by demons since childhood, Kyle is on a journey to find answers – but what he uncovers could mean the end of life as we know it.

The suspense-horror series Outcast returns for its ten-episode second season Friday, July 20 (10:00-11:00 p.m. Et/Pt), exclusively on Cinemax. Continuing to probe the mystery of what lies behind the town of Rome’s supernatural manifestations, and why they are drawn to Kyle, the show explores how people cope with extreme circumstances while protecting the ones they love. Outcast is created and executive produced by Robert
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‘A Quiet Place’: John Krasinski Wasn’t a Horror Fan, But He’s Resetting His Directing Career With An Ambitious Scary Movie

‘A Quiet Place’: John Krasinski Wasn’t a Horror Fan, But He’s Resetting His Directing Career With An Ambitious Scary Movie
John Krasinski gets it. With his third directorial outing, the high-concept horror film “A Quiet Place,” the actor and filmmaker has gotten about as far away from his previous films – including an ambitious but flawed David Foster Wallace adaptation and a feel-good family dramedy seemingly made to debut at Sundance – as creatively possible.

That wasn’t entirely by design, though, because Krasinski did not enter the genre space as a way of acting out some childhood dream. Krasinski didn’t even like horror movies as a kid, shoring it up to the eight-year-old who still lives inside of him, terrified of seeing anything scary on the big screen.

“I am among the large group of people who would look at my name and by like, ‘What? That guy is going to do a horror movie?’,” Krasinski said in a recent interview with IndieWire. “But what I realized was that I
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