‘Teen Wolf’ ran for a pretty successful six seasons on MTV from 2011 to 2017. The series was loosely based on the 1985 film of the same name, where a young werewolf defends his California town from supernatural creatures.
Now, the tv series is getting a film follow up. Most of the original cast have returned for this feature length sequel, including Tyler Posey and much to everyone’s surprise, Crystal Reed.
One of the biggest reveals of the trailer came in the final moments, when Crystal Reed’s character Allison returns from the dead.
Creator Jeff Davis says he wanted to make sure he did the character justice.
Having her back was amazing. I texted Crystal, ‘We don’t really have a story yet. I mostly have ideas but I always said if I was gonna do a movie, I would bring back Allison.’ She texted back and said that she burst into tears. She was in from that moment.
It’s reported that Paramount+ actually wanted Davis to restart the series, but he told them he only had a feature left in him, so that’s what they got.
Teen Wolf: The Movie will premiere on Paramount+ in October 2022.
Searchlight Pictures has blessed us with the first official trailer for their upcoming social media satire, Not Okay, starring Zoey Deutch.
The film is described as a cautionary tale about social media fame and fortune. And it apparently features some “unlikable” characters, because the trailer begins with a cheeky message stating, “This film contains an unlikeable female protagonist. Viewer discretion advised.”
Deutch is playing this unlikeable protagonist, Danni Sanders.
An aimless and friendless writer who fakes a trip to Paris on her Instagram page. And why is she so unlikeable? During the fake trip, a terrorist attack rocks the city, forcing Danni to incorporate the chaos and drama of the tragedy into her sham vacation posts. But as the cracks in her feigned survivor status emerge, karma comes knocking, and Danni’s online world soon implodes.
That’s actually a really neat premise and I can’t wait to watch this movie. In addition to Deutch, this movie co-stars Dylan O’Brien and Mia Isaac.
Quinn Shephard directed and wrote the project. It’s set to debut on Hulu on July 29. Check out the trailer below…
Finally, after over 40 years, the battle between Laurie Strode and Michael Myers is coming to an end.
Universal Pictures dropped the first trailer for ‘Halloween Ends‘ this week, the third and final installment in the sequel trilogy that continued the original 1978 classic horror flick.
According to the reports, this movie will be the last time Jamie Lee Curtis plays the role of Strode, which means either she dies in this movie, or she finally kills Michael for good, which seems nearly impossible.
Back in February, when filming wrapped, Curtis went on her Instagram to say goodbye to the franchise, writing:
A bittersweet END for me on the Halloween movies. I’ve made great friends and have collaborated with wonderful artists on these three movies and today my part in the film has been completed and with it the END for me of this trilogy.
According to John Carpenter, who directed the original Halloween film, this upcoming sequel is a little different than the previous two films in the trilogy. Carpenter is still on board as an exec producer.
Halloween Ends is set to hit theaters on October 14, 2022. Check out the trailer below…
One month before its scheduled release, Screen Media has dropped the first trailer for the psychological thriller film, The Immaculate Room.
The movie, which was written and directed by Mukunda Michael Dewil, stars Kate Bosworth and Emile Hirsch as a couple who join an experiment for the chance to win $5 million dollars.
The experiment? Spend 50 days in a completely white room with no contact with the outside world. There’s no phone, no friends, no family. Only the voice of the Immaculate Room keeping them in check if they think of straying.
It’s certainly an interesting premise. I do wonder if it will be able to carry a feature length film, but I’m intrigued enough to give it a shot.
It also sparks an interesting conversation. Do you think you’d be able to do it? Personally, I love money, so I think I’d be able to fight through it for $5 million. But then again, nearly two months in a white room with no internet, windows, family… that would be rough. It actually sounds more terrifying the more I think about it.
Check out the trailer below. It’s set to hit select theaters and on demand on August 19, 2022.
Universal has hit us with the first trailer for the upcoming drama film, She Said, a dramatic adaptation of the book by Megan Twohey and Jodie Kantor.
The two journalists helped spark the #MeToo movement with their New York Times exposé on Harvey Weinstein, the disgraced Hollywood film producer accused of sexual harassment and abuse.
Two-time Academy Award nominee Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan star as New York Times reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor, who together broke one of the most important stories in a generation— a story that helped propel the #MeToo movement, shattered decades of silence around the subject of sexual assault in Hollywood and altered American culture forever.
She Said was directed by Maria Schrader and written by Rebecca Lenkiewicz. In addition to Mulligan and Kazan, the cast includes Adam Shapiro, Patricia Clarkson, Andre Braugher and Samantha Morton.
The movie is set to be released inside a theater near you on November 18, which seems to indicate that Universal believes it could be an awards contender.
Back in 2009, the psychological horror film ‘Orphan‘ was released, and while it received mixed reviews from critics, it kinda became a cult classic. While some people absolutely loved it, others felt it painted adoption in a bad light.
In any event, over 10 years later, we’re getting a prequel titled, Orphan: First Kill.
First Kill is set to turn back the clock to focus on the story of Esther’s (whose real name is Leena Klammer) first victims. The film follows Leena as she impersonates Esther Mauerova, the missing daughter of the couple Katie and Richard (Julia Stiles and Rossif Sutherland), and sows discord between the two as Katie grows suspicious of the child.
You’ll remember the original film starred Isabelle Fuhrman as Esther, a 9-year-old Russian girl adopted by the Coleman family after their third child is stillborn.
Fuhrman, who was 12 years old when the original ‘Orphan’ was released, reprises her role despite now being 25. The trailer reveals how the film pulls off the trick, with Kennedy Irwin serving as a body double for the actor.
Orphan: First Kill will be released inside select theaters and on Paramount+ starting August 19, 2022.
It’s time to get excited, folks. Ever since it was announced that Rob Zombie was adapting the beloved 1960s sitcom, The Munsters, we have been waiting and waiting for that first trailer.
And after the little tease of a trailer that was released a month ago, we’re finally getting our first real look at the movie with the full length trailer below.
Written and directed by the helmer of House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Reject, The Munsters stars Jeff Daniel Phillips as Herman Munster, Zombie’s wife, Sheri Moon Zombie as Lily Munster and Dan Roebuck as Grandpa Munster.
Unlike most of Zombie’s previous films, this flick will be appropriate for all ages. It’s been a passion project of his for quite some time, so you can imagine how excited he is to have it completed.
‘The Munsters’ will be released in September, and it should provide some quality entertainment… at least if you’re into more “campy” projects.
The upcoming A24 slasher flick, Bodies Bodies Bodies, is set to hit select theaters on August 5, 2022, and if it happens to be in your local theater, you should definitely check it out.
The film, which was directed by Halina Reijn, has received glowing reviews from critics who screened the film earlier this year at the SXSW festival. Everyone has described it as wildly entertaining.
When a group of rich 20-somethings plan a hurricane party at a remote family mansion, a party game turns deadly in this fresh and funny look at backstabbing, fake friends, and one party gone very, very wrong.
Bodies Bodies Bodies stars Pete Davidson, Amandla Stenberg, Lee Pace, Maria Bakalova and Rachel Sennott.
Meagan Navarro, who writes for Bloody Disgusting, had this to say about the movie:
The deaths are brutal and bloody but somehow not nearly as savage as the cattiness amongst this group. The cast is more than up to the task of this bizarre and engaging but deadly social experiment. All play deeply flawed characters with varying degrees of rooting interest. But it’s Sennott’s abrasively blunt Alice that steals the entire film.
The always entertaining Jamie Foxx plays a secret vampire hunter in the upcoming action-horror-comedy film, Day Shift, from director J.J. Perry.
Foxx is a seasoned vampire hunter named Bud, who sees his home life with his wife and daughter failing, thanks in large part to his secret line of work.
While Bud’s family generally goes with the story that he works as a pool cleaner, in reality, he’s one of the many vampire hunters operating around the world to take out the blood-sucking ghouls for sizable bounties. Unlike Bud, who somehow managed to get himself booted from the union in the past, hunters like Big John Elliott (Snoop Dogg) count on their membership to get paid and stay involved in the larger fight against evil.
That’s right, Snoop Dogg also plays a vampire hunter in this wild flick. In addition to Snoop and Foxx, this movie co-stars Meagan Good and Dave Franco.
As for how the director landed Snoop? Well, he didn’t treat him like he’s Snoop.
I told Snoop when I met him, ‘Listen I’m not hiring Snoop Dogg, I’m hiring Calvin Broadus [the actor-rapper’s real name]’ and I think that really spoke to him. Everyone hires him to be that pot-smoking West Coast guy. I put a cowboy hat on him and I gave him the same swagger as my old platoon sergeant.
When Regina Hall is starring in a movie, chances are, it’s going to be incredibly funny. No one does comedy better than Hall, which is why we’re super excited for the upcoming film, Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.
The megachurch comedy, which co-stars the equally fantastic Sterling K. Brown, marks Adamma Ebo’s feature directorial debut. It’s based on her 2018 short of the same name.
The satire is centered on Trinitie Childs (Hall)—the proud first lady of a Southern Baptist megachurch, who together with her husband Pastor Lee-Curtis Childs (Brown), once served a congregation in the tens of thousands. But after a scandal forces their church to temporarily close, Trinitie and Lee-Curtis must reopen their church and rebuild their congregation to make the biggest comeback that commodified religion has ever seen.
I can 100% see both Hall and Brown knocking these roles out of the freaking park. It feels like such great casting.
The movie received glowing reviews coming out of the Sundance Film Festival. It’s scheduled to hit theaters and be released on Peacock on September 2, 2022.