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Viggo Mortensen Details Thirteen Lives’ Challenging Diving Scenes

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    Kevin Bacon Reveals Why He Keeps Coming Back to Horror

    During an interview with ComingSoon, They/Them star Kevin Bacon discussed his history […] The post Kevin Bacon Reveals Why He Keeps Coming Back to Horror appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

    Day Shift Review: Your Latest Guilty Pleasure Action Film

    Vampire films have gone out of style. The concept of […] The post Day Shift Review: Your Latest Guilty Pleasure Action Film appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

    HBO’s The Last of Us Series Finds Its Henry and Sam

    HBO is continuing to expand the ensemble cast of its […] The post HBO’s The Last of Us Series Finds Its Henry and Sam appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

    Kingdom: Ashin of the North Teaser: Special Episode Sets Premiere Date

    Netflix has finally released the first Kingdom: Ashin of the North teaser for the upcoming spinoff episode of their hit South Korean zombie series, which centers around the mysterious warrior from the final episode of the second season. The special episode is scheduled to make its debut on Friday, July 23, more than a year since the series debuted its six-episode second season.The video, which you can check out below, begins in an eerie dark cave, where a young girl discovers the mysterious resurrection plant along with strange markings that translates to a chilling warning, “to revive the dead, a price must be paid.”RELATED: Peninsula: Well Go USA Acquires U.S. Rights to Train to Busan SequelKingdom: Ashin of the North will center around South Korean top actress Jun Ji Hyun’s mysterious character who appeared in the last seconds of the second season finale. It will not only tell the story of the mysterious heir to the Northern Yeojin tribe village but will also finally reveal the origins of the resurrection plant that triggered the avalanche of tragic events that swept through Joseon and a woman abandoned by all – Ashin.Directed by Kim Seong-hun from a screenplay written by Kim Eun-hee, the special will be led by Gianna Jun as adult Ashin, Kim Sia as young Ashin, and Park Byung-Eun, who will reprise his role as head of Royal Commandery Min Chi Rok, one of the men that helped Crown Prince Lee Chang in fending off the infected from infiltrating the royal palace.RELATED: Bong Joon-Ho’s Next Project Will Be a Korean Horror-Action FilmSet in Korea’s medieval Joseon period, in a kingdom defeated by corruption and famine, a mysterious plague spreads to turn the infected into monsters. The crown prince, framed for treason and desperate to save his people, sets out on a journey to unveil what evil lurks in the dark.Kingdom stars Ju Ji-Hoon (Along with the Gods, Dark Figure of Crime) as the Crown Prince, Bae Doona (Sense8, Cloud Atlas) as Seo-bi, Ryu Seung-Ryong (Miracle at Cell No. 7, Extreme Job) as Jo Hak-Jo, Kim Sangho (The Beauty Inside, The Happy Life), Heo Joon-Ho (Jumong), and Jeon Seok-Ho (The Good Wife).

    Blake Lively to Star in Netflix’s Psychological Thriller We Used to call home Here

    (Photo by Gilbert Carrasquillo/GC Images via Getty)According to Deadline, Netflix has successfully acquired the film rights to the psychological horror-thriller titled We Used to Live Here, a novella written by Marcus Kliewer that was first published on Reddit’s nosleep feature. Shallows star Blake Lively has officially signed on for the leading role in the upcoming film adaptation. This marks Lively’s latest collaboration with Netflix as she has also recently been cast for the Lady Killer adaptation of the Dark Horse comic series, with Diablo Cody set to direct and pen the thriller.RELATED: Breathe: In the Heights’ Melissa Barrera to Star in Netflix Survival DramaWe Used to Live Here (Check out the first part of the novella here) centers around a homeowner who gets a knock at her door while her girlfriend is at work. On the other of the door, she finds a peculiar family consists of a husband, wife, and three kids. The man tells her that he once lived in the house and wanted to take a look around. The homeowner is just getting used to the old house herself, and things get progressively weirder as a snowstorm strands the unwanted visitors as they just won’t leave. The homeowner can’t get rid of them and winds up sorry she ever opened the door as events progress.The film adaptation will be produced by Lively along with Kate Vorhoff through their B for Effort banner. Producers are Dan Kagan, Scott Glassgold for Ground Control Entertainment, and 6th & Idaho’s Matt Reeves and Adam Kassan as part of their first-look deal with Netflix.RELATED: John Boyega Exits Leading Role in Netflix’s Thriller Film Rebel RidgeLively first gained recognition for her breakout role as Serena van der Woodsen in The CW’s Gossip Girl, which ran on-air for six seasons from 2007-2012. Her notable film credits include The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Accepted, The Town, The Age of Adaline,  A Simple Favor, and the most recent one The Rhythm Section.

    Exclusive Clip From Horror Film The Djinn – Who’s There?

    (Photo Credit: IFC Midnight)ComingSoon.net is excited to debut an exclusive clip from IFC Midnight’s The Djinn, which is releasing May 14 in select theaters nationwide. The horror film directed by Justin Powell and David Charbonier will also be available digitally everywhere you rent movies. It follows a 12-year-old mute boy, played by Dylan Jacobs, that performs a ritual to gain a voice. However, a djinn is now looking to collect his soul, so he must avoid it for a night.Here’s the official synopsis for The Djinn:The story follows a mute twelve-year-old, Dylan Jacobs, as he discovers a mysterious book of spells inside his new apartment. Grieving the loss of his mother, and feeling isolated from everyone except for his father, Dylan performs a ritual that promises to deliver his heart’s desire: to have a voice. But he soon discovers that every gift has a toll when a sinister djinn arrives to collect his soul. Now trapped in his new home with nowhere to hide, Dylan must find a way to survive until the stroke of midnight or pay the ultimate price.“We made this film as a testament to the spirit of independent filmmaking,” said the duo of directors. “Our story is framed in horror, but we hope that its themes of strength and survival will encourage children and adults alike to love themselves despite their perceived shortcomings.”Our clip shows Dylan making a terrifying discovery in his house as he finds a woman in his house. It’s just one of the many scares that The Djinn will offer up on May 14.Check out the exclusive clip from IFC Midnight’s The Djinn below:MORE: Robert Kirkman: Universal’s Renfield is an ‘Extremely Violent Comedy’

    THE REAL Horror Returns in The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me TAKE ACTION Trailer

    Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema have finally released the official trailer for Michael Chaves’ highly-anticipated The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, featuring the darkest chapter in James Wan’s horror cinematic universe. The video provides us our first look at the return of Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga’s Ed and Lorraine Warren as they must face a different kind of evil that they haven’t encountered before. The film is scheduled to make its simultaneous debut in theaters and on HBO Max on June 4. Check out the video in the player below, along with the first poster!In a recent interview with IGN, Chaves has opened up about the Conjuring 3, teasing it as the “biggest” and “darkest” installment ever. He also went on to confirm that David Fincher’s film had inspired the new film’s screenplay.“In a lot of ways, this is the biggest Conjuring movie,” Chaves said. “I showed the final cut to [star] Vera [Farmiga] and her husband, and they agreed, and they were like, ‘This is the darkest Conjuring movie.’ It digs into some really dark material. This is definitely a case where there’s real consequence, there’s real victims.He added, “One of the things that [series creator] James [Wan] and I connected on while making The Curse of La Llorona was sharing a lot of the same favorite movies, and one of them is Se7en,” says the director. “We both love that movie, and so when he came to me with this script, he basically was like, ‘It’s Se7en, but in the Conjuring universe.’ And he knew that was like catnip for me.”RELATED: Exclusive: Bonnie Aarons on The Nun Sequel & 20 Years in the Horror GenreThe threequel tells the chilling story of terror, murder and unknown evil that shocked even experienced real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. Described as one of the most sensational cases from their files, the film will start with a fight for the soul of a young boy, which then takes them beyond anything they’d ever seen before, to mark the first time in U.S. history that a murder suspect would claim demonic possession as a defense.The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It sees the return of Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga as Ed and Lorraine Warren, who last appeared in 2019’s Annabelle Comes Home. The film will also feature Ruairi O’Connor, Sarah Catherine Hook, and Julian Hilliard.RELATED: First Look at The Devil Made Me Do It in Conjuring Universe FeaturetteThe film is directed by Michael Chaves (The Curse of La Llorona), marking the first Conjuring film that Wan didn’t direct. It was written by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick (The Conjuring 2, Aquaman) based on a story by James Wan & David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick.The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is produced by James Wan and Peter Safran, who have collaborated on all the Conjuring Universe films. Executive producers are Richard Brener, Dave Neustadter, Victoria Palmeri, Michael Clear, Judson Scott, and Michelle Morrissey.

    The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me TAKE ACTION Receives R-Rating

    According to Film Ratings, Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema’s long-awaited third installment of The Conjuring films titled The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It has officially been given an R-rating from the MPAA for “terror, violence and some disturbing images.” This comes ahead of the Michael Chaves-directed horror feature’s upcoming simultaneous theatrical release and HBO Max debut on Friday, June 4.So far, all seven previously released films within James Wan’s The Conjuring Universe have all received R-ratings. The Conjuring 3 marks the eighth installment in the film franchise, making it one of the largest horror franchises in history with a combined worldwide gross of over $1.8 billion.RELATED: Exclusive: Bonnie Aarons on The Nun Sequel & 20 Years in the Horror GenreThe Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It will again center around a chilling story of terror, murder and unknown evil that shocked even experienced real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. One of the most sensational cases from their files, it starts with a fight for the soul of a young boy, then takes them beyond anything they’d ever seen before, to mark the first time in U.S. history that a murder suspect would claim demonic possession as a defense.The threequel sees the return of Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga as Ed and Lorraine Warren, who recently appeared in 2019’s Annabelle Comes Home. The film also stars Ruairi O’Connor, Sarah Catherine Hook, and Julian Hilliard.RELATED: First Look at The Devil Made Me Do It in Conjuring Universe FeaturetteThe Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is directed by Michael Chaves (The Curse of La Llorona) from a screenplay by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick (The Conjuring 2, Aquaman), story by James Wan & David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick. This marks the first Conjuring film that Wan didn’t direct.The film is produced by James Wan and Peter Safran, who have collaborated on all the Conjuring Universe films. Serving as executive producers were Richard Brener, Dave Neustadter, Victoria Palmeri, Michael Clear, Judson Scott, and Michelle Morrissey.

    Naomi Watts to Star in Amazon’s English Remake of Goodnight Mommy

    Naomi Watts to star in Amazon’s English remake of Goodnight MommyIt’s been over two years since we last heard word about director Matt Sobel’s English remake of the 2014 Austrian horror thriller Goodnight Mommy but now Variety has brought word that Oscar nominee Naomi Watts (Boss Level) has officially signed on to star in and executive produce the Amazon Studios project.RELATED: Timo Tjahjanto In Talks to Helm New Line’s Train to Busan Remake“My favorite films are those that invite the audience to step inside their protagonist’s journey,” Sobel said in a statement. “In our re-imagining of Goodnight Mommy, fear of abandonment — and the dreadful realization that those close to us may not be who they seem — create an immersive nightmare, with visceral sensations front and center. I can’t wait to create this heart-stopping story with Amazon and the peerless Naomi Watts.”The British actress is no stranger to the genre, having previously starred in horror and thriller films including David Lynch’s short film series Rabbits, the Gore Verbinski-helmed American remake of The Ring, 2005’s Stay, the english remake of Funny Games and 2011’s Dream House.Pick up a copy of the original film here!Written and directed by Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala (The Lodge), Goodnight Mommy followed twin brothers who, when sent to stay with their mother, are surprised to find her swathed in bandages from a recent procedure. As her behavior grows increasingly erratic and unusual, the twins become convinced she is an imposter. Their suspicion sets off a roller-coaster of emotional mind games and misunderstandings between mother and her children, that eventually explodes with irreparable and heartbreaking consequences.The English remake will be directed by Matt Sobel (Take Me to the River) from a screenplay written by Kyle Warren based on their vision for the film. Original film directors Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala are executive producing with David Kaplan, Joshua Astrachan, Valery Guibal and Nicolas Brigaud-Robert set as producers. The project is a co-production between prestige label Animal Kingdom and Playtime, who was the one that acquired the rights to the remake. Amazon Studios has signed on to finance and release the film worldwide.RELATED: Matt Reeves to Produce English-Language Remake of Sci-Fi Feature SputnikThe original film made its world premiere at the 2014 Venice Film Festival, where it earned rave reviews from critics for its captivating plot, dark and moody atmosphere and chilling pace. It was also selected as Austria’s official entry for the Best Foreign Language Film a the 88th Academy Awards.(Photo Credit: Amy Sussman/Getty Images)

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