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Watch The First Trailer For Horror Film ‘A Quiet Place’ | Film Trailer

  Paramount have released the first trailer for upcoming horror film A Quiet Place.   Both directed by and starring John Krasinski, alongside his real-life wife Emily Blunt and child actors Noah Jupe (Suburbicon) and Millicent Simmonds (Wonderstruck), the film follows a family living in the woods who must live in silence, lest they summon some sort of unknown threat[…]

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Joe Carnahan To Direct Mel Gibson & Frank Grillo In Action-Thriller ‘Boss Level’ | Film News

  Joe Carnahan (The Grey, The A-Team) is set to direct the action thriller Boss Level, which is reportedly a new spin on the Groundhog Day premise where a protagonist keeps living the same day over and over again. This time it’s being shifted into the action genre.   The premise? “Every day, a retired special forces veteran is trapped[…]

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Writer-Director Stephen Chbosky To Helm Disney’s ‘Prince Charming’ | Film News

  Stephen Chbosky has taken one of the more interesting avenues to Hollywood. He is the celebrated author of The Perks Of Being A Wallflower, and in a surprising move, was hired to not only adapt his own work for the screen, but direct it as well. That movie worked out well, and now he’s moving onto even bigger things.[…]

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James Franco Eyes ‘X-Men’ Universe’s ‘Multiple Man’ | Film News

  James Franco is on the move for something big, with a possible contender in X-Men standalone spinoff Multiple Man. The project is being produced by the vastly experienced X-Men producer Simon Kinberg, with Wonder Woman writer Allan Heinberg penning.   Franco would play lead Jamie Madrox in the spinoff. Also known as Multiple Man, the character has the mutant[…]

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Taraji P. Henson To Star In Updated Version Of ‘What Women Want’ | Film News

  We get plenty of reboots/remakes nowadays, usually of big genre films of the past looking to be reignited for a new audience. But here’s one of the stranger ones: an updated version of What Women Want. Now to be fair, the film was a huge hit back in 2000 when it starred Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt, but Paramount[…]

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