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“Bond”: “No Time to Die” Teaser Promotes Wednesday Trailer

“No Time to Die”: Hans Zimmer Replaces Dan Romer to Score Latest Bond

With three months until No Time to Die’s release, Eon Productions decided on a last-minute change replacing composer Dan Romer with Hans Zimmer to score the latest James Bond film. Eon Productions cited “creative differences” as the reason why Romer left according to Variety. MGM, Eon, and Zimmer had no comment on Variety’s inquiry. Zimmer […]

‘Bond 25’ Director Cary Fukunaga on Franchise Past, Present, Future

While we’re still disappointed director Danny Boyle parted ways with Bond 25 over creative differences, we’re getting more intrigued to see what Cary Joji Fukunaga is going to do with the property. Fukunaga (Beasts of No Nation, Sin Nombre, Jane Eyre) recently chatted with the Philippine Daily Inquirer about his love of the Bond, James Bond franchise including […]

Emma Stone and Jonah Hill Form a ‘Connection’ in Latest ‘Maniac’ Teaser

Following up on the release of the official trailer in early August that gave us a “big picure” view of what the series was about, Netflix has released a new teaser entitled ‘Connection’ for Maniac, the streaming service’s new half-hour dramedy series from director Cary Fukunaga (Beasts of No Nation, True Detective). Jonah Hill (The Wolf of Wall Street) and Emma Stone (La-La Land) […]

Maniac: Netflix Releases Teaser for Cary Fukunaga Dark Comedy Series with Jonah Hill, Emma Stone

Netflix kept the announcement machine rolling along at this summer’s Television Critics Association‘s (TCA) with our first official teaser for Maniac, the streaming service’s new 10-episode half-hour comedy series from director Cary Fukunaga (Beasts of No Nation, True Detective). Based on the original 2014 Norwegian series, the series stars Jonah Hill (The Wolf of Wall Street) […]

Maniac: Netflix Releases First Images from Jonah Hill, Emma Stone Mind-Bending Series

The Netflix news machine keeps rolling along with our first official images from Maniac, the streaming service’s new 10-episode half-hour comedy series from director Cary Fukunaga (Beasts of No Nation, True Detective). Based on the original 2014 Norwegian series (which you can see the trailer for below), Maniac focuses on two strangers who find themselves caught up […]

‘Maniac’: Netflix Gives Us The Braided Jonah Hill We Always Wanted

When you’re a show like Maniac where the main character can create whatever fantasy world he wants in his mind, you have to go into it expecting every unexpected possible. A slimmed-down Jonah Hill (The Wolf of Wall Street) sporting long, braided hair in some kind form of pseudo-homage to Gary Oldman from True Romance […]

Cary Fukunaga Exits Remake Of It

According to The Wrap, True Detective director Cary Fukunaga has exited the remake of Stephen King’s It. The split is said to be have happened due to creative differences… but this time were told some of them. With the film moving from Warner Bros to New Line recent, things began to change and now New Line […]

Fast & Furious Director May Helm 2 Episodes Of True Detective

As many folks are eagerly awaiting a new season of the HBO series True Detective, rumors on casting have been running rampant. But this is the first we’ve heard of a possible director choice. THR is reporting that Justin Lin from The Fast & The Furious franchise is in talks to direct two episodes of […]

Cary Fukunaga To Direct Sci-Fi Thriller Spaceless

After Sin Nombre and Jane Eyre, it was anybody’s bet what Cary Fukunaga would do next. You would have been smart to follow a tip from screenwriter Jeff Vintar, however, when he revealed on Twitter that Fukunaga was chasing a deal to finally bring his sci-fi script Spaceless to the screen. The long-hot concept has […]

Jane Eyre Trailer Is Tinged At The Edges With Gothic Horror

If you know Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, then you may feel this trailer underplays the brooding menace and gothic fear a little, but if you do not, you may be surprised to see such ingredients there at all. Yesterday, I brought you the film’s poster and said: Cary Fukunaga’s Sin Nombre was one of the […]

Emotions Run High With The Jane Eyre Poster And Blurb

Cary Fukunaga’s Sin Nombre was one of the most alarming and arresting debuts in recent years, a visceral, fiery drama about illegal border crossing into the US that was dark, rich and heavy with danger. For his follow up, he’s chosen an adaptation of Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, scripted by Moira Buffini; I can’t imagine […]