He can see the future. But can he escape it? On July 27, 2021, Scream Factory proudly presents the classic psychic thriller from Stephen King and David Cronenberg The Dead Zone in a definitive Collector’s Edition Blu-ray release, featuring a brand-new 4K scan of the original camera negative. The release comes loaded with bonus features including new interviews with actress Brooke Adams, production manager John M. Eckert and associate producer Jeffrey Chernov, alongside four new audio commentaries with director of photography Mark Irwin and film historians Michael Gingold, Dr. Steve Haberman, Constantine Nasr, and Daniel Schweiger.
Fans who order from shoutfactory.com will also receive an exclusive poster featuring brand-new artwork, while supplies last.
School teacher Johnny Smith (Chistopher Walken) had a beautiful fiancée, a rewarding career and a fortunate life … until one tragic accident changed everything. After slamming into an 18-wheeler, Johnny is plunged into a five-year coma. When he awakens, he finds his true collision was with destiny – he now has the remarkable gift (or curse) of seeing into the future. From horror master Stephen King and Director David Cronenberg (Scanners, Dead Ringers), this supernatural thriller turns an everyday guy into a reluctant hero ... saving children in danger, helping the police and finding a serial killer. But Johnny's next vision may be his most terrifying yet ...
· NEW 2021 4K scan of the original camera negative
· NEW Sarah’s Story – an interview with actress Brooke Adams
· NEW Cold Visions: Producing The Dead Zone – featuring interviews with production manager John M. Eckert and associate producer Jeffrey Chernov
· NEW Audio Commentary with director of photography Mark Irwin
· NEW Audio Commentary with film historian Michael Gingold
· NEW Audio Commentary with film historian/author Dr. Steve Haberman and filmmaker/film historian Constantine Nasr
· NEW Audio Commentary with film music historian Daniel Schweiger with isolated score selections
· Trailers from Hell – Mick Garris on The Dead Zone
· Memories from The Dead Zone
· The Look of The Dead Zone
· Visions of The Dead Zone
· The Politics of The Dead Zone
· Theatrical Trailer
· TV Spots
· Behind the Scenes still gallery
Kevin Bacon has joined the cast Legendary’s Toxic Avenger reboot of the 1984 film from Troma Entertainment.
Peter Dinklage, Jacob Tremblay and Taylour Paige are already on the call sheet for the project, which gets underway later in June in Bulgaria with Macon Blair in the director’s seat.
Blair also wrote the script for the story of a struggling everyman who, when pushed into a vat of toxic waste, is transformed into a mutant freak who must go from shunned outcast to underdog hero as he races to save his son, his friends, and his community from the forces of corruption and greed.
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It looks like we could soon be seeing the Punisher returning to the live action Marvel Universe.
Plans are for Jon Bernthal to return as the gun-wielding vigilante, The Punisher in the upcoming Moon Knight series on Disney Plus. It's beleived he will assume Moon Knight is a criminal and begin hunting him, eventually teaming up with him to fight a common enemy.
Although this is a rumor at this time it's been wildly speculated that this will happen for months now so the odds of it happening are rather high.
Oscar Isaac stars as Marc Spector / Moon Knight. The series was announced in August 2019, with Slater hired in November. Mohamed Diab was hired to direct multiple episodes of the series in October 2020, with directing duo Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead also joining the series in January 2021 when Isaac was confirmed to star. Filming began in late April 2021 in Budapest.
Moon Knight is scheduled to be released in 2022, and will consist of six episodes. It will be part of Phase Four of the MCU.
After more than 20 years, the story of Dominic Toretto is drawing to a close — but not any time soon. Vin Diesel told The Associated Press on Thursday that after two more films, his chapter of the Fast and Furious saga will end in 2024.
"Every story deserves its own ending," Diesel said during a F9 press junket. "I know people are going to feel like it doesn’t have to end, but I think all good things should," he said. "There are reasons for a finale. I think this franchise has deserved it."
That isn't to say that there won't be more Fast and Furious films period. Other characters could get spinoffs — like we already saw with Hobbs & Shaw — or the films could maybe even reboot one day with new cast members entirely. As long as the cars go vroom, we're in.
The series debuted with 2001's The Fast and Furious, starring Diesel and the late Paul Walker. F9, originally scheduled for 2020, was one of the first movies to be delayed because of the coronavirus outbreak.
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Ned Beatty, who made a sparkling feature film debut in Deliverance before turning in noteworthy efforts in Nashville, Network and Homicide: Life on the Street as one of the most respected character actors of his time, has died. He was 83.
Beatty died Sunday of natural causes at his Los Angeles home, his daughter Blossom Beatty told The Hollywood Reporter.
The Kentucky native also portrayed Lily Tomlin’s good ol’ boy hustler-lawyer husband in Robert Altman’s Nashville (1975), was a slippery Miami district attorney in Alan J. Pakula’s All the President’s Men (1976) and elicited laughs as Lex Luthor’s (Gene Hackman) bumbling sidekick Otis in Superman (1978) and its 1980 sequel.
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A live-action “Ted” prequel series from Seth MacFarlane is coming to Peacock, with the “Family Guy” creator in talks to reprise his role as the voice of the foul-mouthed teddy bear.
The live-action series, based on Seth MacFarlane’s feature films released by Universal Pictures with MRC Film, will be executive produced by MacFarlane and Erica Huggins for Fuzzy Door. MacFarlane is under an overall deal with Universal.
“Ted” was MacFarlane’s directorial debut and starred himself as the voice of Ted, an anthropomorphic teddy bear brought to life and the best friend of Mark Wahlberg’s John Bennett. The movie also starred Mila Kunis. A sequel, “Ted 2,” was released in 2015, which swapped in Amanda Seyfried for Kunis.
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According to a social media post from director James Wan, “Aquaman 2” is officially called “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.” What is the Lost Kingdom? Why can’t anyone find it? And how does Aquaman figure into all of this? Those are questions we still don’t have answers for, but we’re going to guess it involves Jason Momoa taking off his shirt and showing off his abs at least 3 or 4 times throughout the runtime. Kidding aside, fan reaction to “Aquaman” was massive, with the biggest DCEU box office yet. So, there’s a lot riding on ‘Lost Kingdom,’ as WB is hoping that Momoa and Wan can continue to bring in Marvel Studios-esque box office numbers to the DC franchise.
While we don’t know the story of ‘Lost Kingdom,’ we do know that there will be some people from the original film joining Momoa in the new feature. Amber Heard has been very vocal with her excitement about returning to the “Aquaman” franchise. And it’s assumed that Yaya Abdul-Mateen II will be returning as the villainous Black Manta.
“Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” is expected to arrive in theaters on December 16, 2022.
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Kingpin 2 is reportedly in the works, with The Farrelly Brothers (There's Something About Mary, Dumb & Dumber) both involved with the sequel. Kingpin was the cult-hit 1996 comedy directed by Peter and Bobby Farrelly, which starred Woody Harrelson and Randy Quaid as a washed-up pro bowler and a naive Amish bowling prodigy (respectively), who try to win some big prize money at a bowling tournament in Reno, Nevada. The film was an early preview of the Farrellys' harder-edged Rauch-comedy flavor, after the lighter absurdist comedy of Dumb & Dumber. The film has aged into something of an overlooked gem since its release, hence the sequel plans.
According to Collider's report, Peter and Bobby Farrelly are set to produce Kingpin 2, which is said to be in "active development" at Village Roadshow Pictures. No details about the premise or story have been revealed yet, as it's reported that "additional creative elements are still being determined both in front of and behind the camera." That includes the uncertainty of whether or not the Farrelly Brothers will also write and/or direct Kingpin 2, or whether the writers of the first film - Barry Fanaro and Mort Nathan - will be involved in any way.
A direct sequel that catches up with Harrelson's Roy Munson and his girl Claudia (Vanessa Angel) in real-time is all the starting point that you need for Kingpin 2. Another scheme involving the pro bowling world is a fine playground for the Farrellys to unleash all kinds of gross mischief. If there's one caveat to ask, it's that Kingpin 2 not even bother going for a PG-13 rating for theaters again, only to have to release the full Rated-R version fans wanted, eventually
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WWE Hall of Famer Tammy “Sunny” Sytch is no longer incarcerated.
Sytch was released from the Monmouth County Correctional Institution in New Jersey earlier this morning, according to PWInsider. Jail records show that Sunny was released due to a court order.
After multiple legal issues over the past several years, Sunny was arrested in July 2020 on charges of Eluding Police Officer, Contempt/Violate Domestic Violence Restraining Order, Operating Motor Vehicle During Second License Suspension, and Contempt/Violate Domestic Violence Restraining Order.
The pro wrestling veteran has been locked up over legal troubles in multiple states since 2012, including New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
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