From August 27 to September 1st, John Fallon (aka the Arrow) and I had the pleasure of flying overseas (yes, we took the red-eye) to London, England to take part in my first film festival as a member of a film teamas opposed to the media, that being London's FRIGHTFEST! Over my 18 years at the site, I'd been to many film festivals but always as press, not the executive producer of an actual movie, so this
The bulk of Force Friday may be reserved to toy and collectible enthusiasts, but Disney did have some news to spread regarding the actual film at the end of this merchandising venture. As we all know, J. J. Abrams and crew were successful in wrangling maestro John Williams to return to a galaxy far, far away and now we have a date in which we can listen to his music; December 18th.
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Hot off its successful launch at the Venice Film Festival, Netflix has released a new trailer for the Cary Fukunaga-directed child soldier drama "Beasts Of No Nation" which Fukunaga has penned.
Idris Elba and newcomer Abraham Attah star in the film about boy named Agu is torn from his family to fight in the civil war of an unnamed African country.
Hunky British star Freddie Stroma, best remembered for his role as Cormac McLaggen in "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" and most recently seen in Lifetime's "UnREAL," has joined the cast of HBO's big-budget fantasy series "Game of Thrones".
Stroma will play Dickon Tarly, brother of series regular Samwell Tarly (John Bradley).
Seems a bunch of people are catching up on AMC's "Fear the Walking Dead" after it airs. The second episode of the spin-off series grew by a whopping 3.5 million viewers with three days of time-shifted viewing factored in.
Live+3 total viewership for the episode clocked in at 11.7 million viewers, that's up from 8.2 million in Live+Same Day results.