Throughout the year, one will see films that stick with you after you see them. Some because of a memorable action scene, or a great chase through a crowded street. Some, like The Wife, stick with you because you are witnessing great actors performing at the heights of their profession. People write all the time […]
Hulu is developing a television series adaptation of Isabel Allende’s critically acclaimed novel The House of the Spirits with FilmNation Entertainment (Arrival), who secured the rights to the book in a competitive situation (and will serve as the studio on the project and Allende executive producing). Specific details on the project are limited; but a […]
Amazon’s fall 2017 pilot season would not be considered a success. Deadline is reporting that the streaming service is passing on all three comedy pilots that were produced. These included Sea Oak, which starred Glenn Close, Love You More from Bridget Everett and Michael Patrick King, and The Climb from Diarra Kilpatrick. There is no […]
With the streaming service still reeling from longtime president Roy Price‘s resignation amid allegations of sexual harassment and having to make decisions on two The Weinstein Company-connected series, Amazon is looking to start the week on a positive note. To that end, the streaming giant announced that it would be debuting three comedy pilots on […]
One of the things I like about Netflix’s way of doing films and series is that it allows them to take risks on stories that may not seem very commercial initially. What Happened To Monday is one of those strange concepts that might not be made if it wasn’t for new streaming service outlets. The […]
In what can easily be seen as a good sign for the show’s future, Amazon announced that Emmy Award-winning actress Glenn Close (Damages) will be starring in their half-hour pilot Sea Oak, which is being best described as a hybrid of zombie drama and family-revenge comedy. Originally picked-up as a pilot by Amazon back in […]
Welcome to This Day in Pop Culture History, a daily look at important events, birthdays, and other oddities in pop culture! History is important, and we aim to educate here at Bleeding Cool, so without further ado, here are some things that have happened on March 19, the 78th day of the year: 1931- Nevada legalizes […]
Horror films these days generally too often fall into one of two categories – zombies or found footage. And woe to those who combine the two, since they’re almost always dumpster fires from the get-go. It’s when a sleeper film like The Girl With All The Gifts can drop out of nowhere and restore your faith […]
The zombie genre has become so prevelant in popular culture that it has come full circle from horror movie, to social commentary, to cliche, to satire, and now back to horror movie with commentary. A new zombie movie currently making the rounds on the festival circuit is called The Girl With All The Gifts. It’s […]
Lucifer, Hellblazer and X-Men: Legacy scribe Mike Carey has adapted his own 2014 novel The Girl With All The Gifts (written under the name M.R. Carey) for a film to be directed by Colm McCarthy (Peaky Blinders, Sherlock). This will be McCarthy’s first feature directing and he’s got quite the cast to work with as […]
Now we have Lee Pace – Ronan, Karen Gillan – Nebula, Michael Rooker – Yondu and Glenn Close – Nova Prime to finish out our red carpet interviews from Marvel and Hasbro from the world premier of Guardians of the Galaxy. [youtube]http://youtu.be/Lqnhpm7AAZU[/youtube] [youtube]http://youtu.be/gwUMH18H_iM[/youtube] [youtube]http://youtu.be/UcRQ5uaDbzI[/youtube] [youtube]http://youtu.be/X5n-3kEqNCU[/youtube]
Not to be out done by the Avengers: Age of Ultron photos, the Guardians of the Galaxy promo team has released three new movie posters. The first is of the surrogate father figure Yondu played by Michael Rooker and then the Nova Corps gets into the spotlight with Nova Prime played by Glenn Close and […]
Take a look and see if you can spot anybody famous in here. Like an Oscar nominated actress or a popular comic actor who had his own BBC sketch show.
In the comics, the head of the Corps. was Nova Prime. While the name might stick in the movie, a lot of the details will have changed.
Rodrigo Garcia’s Albert Nobbs is “set among the servants’ quarters in a luxury hotel in 19th century Dublin” and is “the story of a woman who disguises herself as a man (Albert Nobbs) in order to survive. The lead role belongs to Glenn Close, who played the part in a stage production in the early 80s. The […]