Things are about to get spooky and covered in blood as London Toy Fair announces some cut classic films to get Funko Pops. The first one up is Killer Clowns from Outer Space, we have seen one of these already come out during New York Comic Con but that was once the first arrival of these […]
American Psycho director Mary Harron‘s newest film Charlie Says has debuted a trailer this morning. Starring Doctor Who‘s Matt Smith as notorious serial killer Charles Manson, the film tells the story of the three women who helped him perpetrate his crimes and a graduate student’s (Merritt Wever) attempts to rehabilitate them. Check out the trailer […]
Before Tony Stark faced off against Ultron in Avengers: Age of Ultron, there was the 1987 film adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis novel Less Than Zero starring Robert Downey Jr. and James Spader. Now 30-plus years later, Hulu is travelling back to the 1980s with a series adaptation of the Ellis novel. Described as a look at […]
Former Doctor Who star Matt Smith, who is no stranger to playing ‘Psycho’, is stepping into the role of Charles Manson for Mary Harron‘s Charlie Says film. Charlie Says will follow three young women who, after being sentenced to death for their role in the Manson murders, were spared their punishment and instead given a life sentence. Graduate student Karlene Faith […]
The folks over at Cultbox.co.uk got their hands on some pretty cool pictures of out-going Doctor Who, Matt Smith as Patrick Bateman in the new musical adaptation of American Psycho based on the novel by Bret Easton Ellis. The musical/thriller is at the Almeida Theater in London’s West End and runs through January 25th. Ellis’ novel had also been adapted for […]
Over the weekend, Matt Smith wrapped his final day of production on Doctor Who, bringing his era at the helm of the TARDIS to an end, possibly with that long-promised fall. While the character will be regenerating into Peter Capaldi, Smith’s transformation will be even more dramatic, seeing him become Patrick Bateman, the American Psycho. This […]
It's a sequel, but it's not clear if it's a sequel to Mary Harron's movie, Bret Easton Ellis' novel or both.
I know technically it’s not a remake but rather a second adaptation of the same text, but remake takes less time to say. Noble Jones, a director who so far can only lay claim to music video credits, commercials, and second unit work on The Social Network, is planning to make his feature film debut with a […]