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'The Lodge' Gets a New Poster at CinemaCon In Las Vegas

‘The Lodge’ Gets a New Poster at CinemaCon In Las Vegas

Horror film The Lodge has a new poster on display at this years CinemaCon. Our own Kaitlyn Booth is on the ground in Las Vegas and sent if a look at the new poster for the film that held its debut at this past winter’s Sundance Film Festival. It is directed by Veronika Franz and […]

Hail Satan? Review: An Earnest Journey Through The Satanic Temple

Hail Satan? documents a fascinating journey of religious freedom, political activism, and eye-opening candor about The Satanic Temple, its origins, and plans for America. Directory: Penny Lane Summary: Chronicling the extraordinary rise of one of the most colorful and controversial religious movements in American history, Hail Satan? is an inspiring and entertaining new feature documentary from […]

The Hole in the Ground Poster

A24’s New Horror Film ‘The Hole in the Ground’ Looks Terrifying

Fresh off a debut at Sundance, A24’s new horror film The Hole in the Ground is coming to DirectTV on January 31st, and a limited theatrical release on March 1st. This is from the same studio that released last year’s awesome Hereditary. This one is looking like it is going to be quite a trip […]

Zazie Beetz Reveals MASSIVE Rewrites on Todd Phillip’s ‘Joker’

Zazie Beetz, who played Domino in Deadpool 2, has another superhero film due out in theaters this year. She’ll be appearing in Todd Phillip‘s Joker film, starring Joaquin Phoenix as the Clown Prince of Crime. In a recent interview with MTVNews, Beetz revealed some…interesting information about the production on Phillips’ film–including the apparent massive rewrites that were happening during […]

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile | Official Teaser [HD] | Voltage Pictures

First Trailer for ‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile’ Hits

Hollywood’s obsession with revisiting serial killers in film and television will more than likely not stop anytime soon, and the most recent entry in the genre happens to star Zac Efron as Ted Bundy. Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile will premiere this week during the annual Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, and a […]

A Discovery of Witches: Sky One Renews Supernatural Drama for Two Seasons

Now that Sky has discovered just how much viewers are enjoying their series adaptation of Deborah Harkness‘ “All Souls Trilogy,” the British pay-television giant has ordered an additional two seasons of the hit supernatural drama A Discovery of Witches. Starring Matthew Goode (Watchmen, Downton Abbey) and Teresa Palmer (Hacksaw Ridge), the Bad Wolf-produced series proved to […]

Jason Momoa

Aquaman’s Jason Momoa Tapped to Lead Apple’s Futuristic Series ‘See’

Aquaman‘s Jason Momoa is going from being “The King of the Seven Seas” to being a blind warrior in a sightless society, tapped as the lead in Apple‘s futuristic original drama series See. Spearheaded by Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight and director Francis Lawrence (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Mockingjay Parts 1 & 2), the […]

AMC Showcases “Kick-Ass Women,” Better Call Saul, and More at Fandom Summit

With a line-up of diverse shows that includes The Walking Dead, Preacher, Dietland, Better Call Saul and Into the Badlands, AMC prides itself on both the quality of its programming and the relationships its built with the fandom around each series. To that end, the network hosted AMC Summit 2018: An Exploration of Fandom in New […]

SundanceTV, AMC Networks Join for Series Adaptation of Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose

AMC Networks has found itself a partner in crime in SundanceTV, with the networks teaming up for the limited international drama series adaptation of Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose. Co-written by Andrea Porporati (Il dolce e l’amaro, La Piovra), Nigel Williams and Giacomo Battiato (L’infiltré, Karol: A Man Who Became Pope), the project stars John Turturro […]

30West Acquired Majority Ownership of NEON During Sundance

We feel pretty dumb for missing this bit of news, but we’re seeing it now, and it’s important. 30West acquired the majority ownership of NEON after the pair of companies worked together on the critically acclaimed I, Tonya. The film that depicts a slightly different side of the story and saga of Tonya Harding (as played […]

Hans Zimmer

Evan Peters Says Hans Zimmer Will Score Dark Phoenix

Hans Zimmer has scored a lot of iconic superheroes in feature films. He did the Christopher Nolan Dark Knight trilogy, Snyder‘s Man of Steel, Sony’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and created Wonder Woman’s theme for BvS (meaning he got a co-credit for Wonder Woman which used the theme in much of the score). In 2016, Zimmer said he was retiring […]


Jakob Cedergren appears in The Guilty by Gustav Möller, an official selection of the World Cinema Dramatic Competition at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. Courtesy of Sundance Institute | photo by Nikolaj Möller.

[Sundance 2018] The Guilty Review: A Game of Telephone That Doesn’t Quite Connect

The Guilty might not be the most intense thriller but the frustration by the main character is easy to understand. Director: Gustav Möller Summary: When police officer Asger Holm (Jakob Cedergren) is demoted to desk work, he expects a sleepy beat as an emergency dispatcher. That all changes when he answers a panicked phone call […]

MoviePass Announces MoviePass Ventures to Acquire, Distribute Films

In what seems like an altered version of the old cliche, “…but what I really want to do is direct,” MoviePass is looking to go from offering you discounted tickets for the movies you want to see to – hopefully – giving you the movies you want to see directly. Looking to make a big […]

Robert Redford at Sundance 2018

Sundance 2018: Robert Redford Talks #MeToo, Change, and More During Press Conference

Park City, Utah is the focal point of film and critics this week, as the 35th Annual Sundance Film Festival kicked off today. During the annual press conference that usually signals the official beginning of the famed film fest, SFF founder and acclaimed actor/filmmaker Robert Redford took the lead on a few hot button subjects, as […]

USA to Debut Tupac/Biggie Series ‘Unsolved’ at Sundance Film Festival

USA Network is treating attendees at next month’s Sundance Film Festival to a special preview of their new true-crime anthology series Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G. Though not set to premiere until February 27, 2018, Deadline: Hollywood is reporting exclusively that the network will present clips and a panel during the Park City, […]

Sundance 2018 Lineup: Documentary Premieres, Midnight, Spotlight, and Kids

It’s almost Sundance Film Festival time! Bleeding Cool will be covering the festival again and we just got the line-up. There are a lot of promising movies on here so is there are particular one you’d like to see covered? Drop a comment on this article or tweet me http://www.twitter.com/katiesmovies. DOCUMENTARY PREMIERES Renowned filmmakers and […]

Sundance 2018 Line-Up: U.S Dramatic, U.S Documentary, and Word Dramatic

It’s almost Sundance Film Festival time! Bleeding Cool will be covering the festival again and we just got the line-up. There are a lot of promising movies on here so is there are particular one you’d like to see covered? Drop a comment on this article or tweet me http://www.twitter.com/katiesmovies. U.S. DRAMATIC COMPETITION Presenting the […]

Sundance 2018 Line-Up: World Documentary, NEXT, and Premieres

It’s almost Sundance Film Festival time! Bleeding Cool will be covering the festival again and we just got the line-up. There are a lot of promising movies on here so is there are particular one you’d like to see covered? Drop a comment on this article or tweet me http://www.twitter.com/katiesmovies. WORLD CINEMA DOCUMENTARY COMPETITION Twelve […]