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Craig Rees Ready for A Fight in the Tree-Tops

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo meets 'Misery' in new thriller 'A Fight in the Tree-Tops'. Horrornews.net confirmed that Craig Rees, currently in 'Whispers' alongside Barbara Nedeljajova and Keeley Hazell, who also will be seen in the 2011 London riots based flick 'Violence', has been cast in the upcoming feature playing an MI6 agent and is set to begin filming at Pinewood studios later this year. The Brit, 44, who like actors Alexandra Daddario, Jared Leto, Brian Geraghty, and Jennifer Connelly must drink from the fountain of youth to stay looking so young. We are looking forward to hearing more about the project and let’s hope it packs a punch.
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Man Of Steel 2 Fan Trailer Brings Supergirl, Brainiac And Bizarro Into The Dceu

Though we’ve already seen Henry Cavill’s Superman in three out of the five Dceu movies to date, there’s still so much more of the Big Blue Boy Scout’s mythos to bring to the big screen. As such, Supes fans are forever calling for Warner Bros. to give us a Man of Steel 2. But what would a sequel feature? Common theories suggest it would introduce Brainiac and Supergirl into the franchise, but how would that work?

Following on from his recent mock-trailer for Wonder Woman 2, featuring John Krasinski as Green Lantern, YouTuber Alex Luthor has made the above Man of Steel 2 video that imagines how the touted sequel could include a few more of Supes’ supporting characters. Namely, Tom Hardy as Brainiac and Alexandra Daddario as Kara Zor-El Aka Supergirl. Not to mention Henry Cavill as Superman’s evil clone, Bizarro.

As ever, this is a
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Goosebumps 2 Gets Retitled Slappy's Revenge?

Goosebumps 2 Gets Retitled Slappy's Revenge?
We reported back in May that the sequel to the 2015 hit Goosebumps will be titled Goosebumps: Horrorland, but that isn't the case anymore. Another report has surfaced which claims the Goosebumps sequel is not entitled Goosebumps: Horrorland, but instead will be called Goosebumps: Slappy's Revenge. This report also claims that production is slated to begin in Atlanta in the first half of 2018. While Sony had been planning a fall 2018 release for this sequel, that seems highly unlikely, with a 2019 debut more plausible.

The original Goosebumps 2 2018 release date was set back in January, but it seems impossible to hit with filming starting next year. While no plot details have been released, when the Horrorland title was revealed, there was speculation that the massive park near where the main characters live could ultimately become this place known as "Horrorland," but that was never confirmed. Regardless, it seems that the studio is now
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Today in Movie Culture: Fan-Made 'Man of Steel 2' Trailer, Hugh Jackman's Live 'Greatest Showman' Spot and More

  • Movies.com
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Dream Sequel of the Day: Supergirl (as played by Alexandra Daddario) is introduced to the DC Extended Universe in Alex Luthor's trailer for the imagined sequel Man of Steel 2: Man of Tomorrow:   Easter Eggs of the Day: You probably went to see Star Wars: The Last Jedi over the weekend, so now you should watch this amusing obligatory guide to Easter eggs from Mr. Sunday Movies:    Mashup of the Day: Luke Skywalker travels 30 years ahead in time and winds up helping to blow up Starkiller Base in this Star Wars mashup:   Cosplay of the Day: The Last Jedi brought out a lot of Star Wars cosplayers, including the...

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Wonder Woman Indeed: Gal Gadot Tops IMDb’s Top 10 Stars of the Year

  • The Wrap
Wonder Woman Indeed: Gal Gadot Tops IMDb’s Top 10 Stars of the Year
Gal Gadot continues to totally slay 2017 by topping IMDb’s list of Stars of the Year, the site announced Thursday. She’s followed up by Tom Hardy, Emilia Clarke, Alexandra Daddario and Bill Skarsgard to round out the top five. Pom Klementieff, Ana de Armas, Dan Stevens, Sofia Boutella and Katherine Langford finish out the top 10. IMDb’s senior film editor Keith Simanton said Gadot’s number one spot isn’t a surprise–and that her trajectory look similar to Jennifer Lawrence’s. Also Read: 'Wonder Woman,' 'The Crown,' 'Stranger Things' Among AFI's Best Film
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Gal Gadot Leads IMDb’s List of Top Stars of 2017

Gal Gadot Leads IMDb’s List of Top Stars of 2017
Following her breakout success from box-office sensation “Wonder Woman,” it’s no surprise Gal Gadot tops IMDb’s top stars of 2017 list.

Among those joining Gadot are Alexandra Daddario, Tom Hardy, and Pom Klementieff. The online database determines its top 10 stars of the year list by the actual page views of more than 250 million monthly unique visitors to its site.

IMDb also released a list of breakout stars of the year, which are selected from those who charted IMDb’s annual Top 100 list for the first time in 2017.

Those ranking on both lists include Bill Skarsgard, Klementieff, Ana de Armas, Dan Stevens, and Katherine Langford.

While Wonder Woman herself led this year’s list, Gadot was in good company with seven out of the top 10 stars being female, including Emilia Clarke, Sofia Boutella, and Langford. Zendaya, Dylan Minnette, and Alison Brie rounded out the breakout stars list.

“It is no surprise that Gal Gadot is IMDb’s
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IMDb’s Top 10 Stars of 2017: Gal Gadot, Tom Hardy, and Emilia Clarke Top a List Featuring Only One American — Watch

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IMDb’s Top 10 Stars of 2017: Gal Gadot, Tom Hardy, and Emilia Clarke Top a List Featuring Only One American — Watch
Gal Gadot’s wonderful year has been capped off by taking first place on IMDb’s Top 10 Stars of 2017. The list, which is based on the number of page views received by the performers in question, features seven women and only one American (Alexandra Daddario); everyone else, like “Guardians of the Galaxy” breakout Pom Klementieff and Dan “Cousin Matthew” Stevens, all hail from different corners of the globe.

IMDb has also unveiled its list of the year’s Top 10 Breakouts, which features significant overlap with its other list; it includes Jessica Henwick, Dylan Minnette, and Zendaya.

Read More:IMDbPro Launches an iPhone App, Available to Download Now Gal Gadot Tom Hardy Emilia Clarke Alexandra Daddario Bill Skarsgård Pom Klementieff Ana de Armas Dan Stevens Sofia Boutella Katherine Langford

And here are IMDb’s Top 10 Breakout Stars of 2017; the first five all appear on the first list as well:

Bill Skarsgård Pom Klementieff
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Rob Huebel on His ‘Comedy Mafia’ and Making Justin Long Strip Naked at a Malibu Beach — Turn It On Podcast

  • Indiewire
Rob Huebel on His ‘Comedy Mafia’ and Making Justin Long Strip Naked at a Malibu Beach — Turn It On Podcast
For his new YouTube Red series, Rob Huebel couldn’t find a nude beach to shoot a scene. So he forced a nude Justin Long on unsuspecting families at a beach in Malibu.

“We’re naked, and families are out there, children are crying, and other people are out there filming us with their phones,” Huebel told IndieWire’s Turn It On podcast. “The producers had to go up to people and say, ‘hey man, please don’t post that naked photo of Justin Long on the Internet or sell it to TMZ!”

Long is one of the guests on Huebel’s new irreverent YouTube Red series “Do You Want to See A Dead Body?” The comedy features Huebel and celebrity friends as they search for a dead body that Huebel has found.

“It’s such an absurd premise,” Huebel admitted. “Sometimes we find the body, sometimes we don’t find the body,
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AFM: 'Game of Thrones' Star Carice van Houten Boards 'I Am Not a Bird'

AFM: 'Game of Thrones' Star Carice van Houten Boards 'I Am Not a Bird'
Dutch actress Carice van Houten (Game of Thrones) has joined the cast of the Tokyo-set thriller I Am Not a Bird.

Swedish director William Olsson (Reliance) is directing the feature, an adaptation of Catherine Hanrahan’s acclaimed debut novel Lost Girls and Love Hotels. Hanrahan adapted her own book for the screenplay.

In the pic, Alexandra Daddario (San Andreas) stars as Margaret, a young Western woman losing herself in the bacchanal of nighttime Tokyo. Van Houten plays her older friend Ines, a woman who realizes her youthful modeling and partying years in Tokyo are now behind her and is trying to...
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Carice Van Houten Joins ‘I Am Not A Bird’; Mike Carlsen Boards ‘We Are Unsatisfied’; Danielle Burgess Cast In ‘Killer Kate!’

Carice Van Houten Joins ‘I Am Not A Bird’; Mike Carlsen Boards ‘We Are Unsatisfied’; Danielle Burgess Cast In ‘Killer Kate!’
Game Of Throne actress Carice Van Houten has come aboard the indie thriller I Am Not A Bird, along with Andrew Rothney (The Huntsman: Winter's War), Kate Easton (upcoming Ocean's Eight ), Takehiro Hira and newcomer Elisabeth Larena. The bevy joins star Alexandra Daddario in the film, which has Swedish director William Olsson at the helm as production is underway in Tokyo, Japan. Based on the novel Lost Girls And Love Hotels by Catherine Hanrahan, who also adapted the…
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‘Do You Want to See a Dead Body?’ Trailer: Some of TV’s Funniest People Take a Twisted Trip to a Crime Scene

‘Do You Want to See a Dead Body?’ Trailer: Some of TV’s Funniest People Take a Twisted Trip to a Crime Scene
There are crime shows on TV, but few of them follow the quote “It’s not about the journey, it’s about the destination” quite as literally as “Do You Want to See a Body?” The Rob Huebel-hosted mini-journeys around Los Angeles with some of the biggest names in comedy has a fresh batch of episodes premiering next month, and YouTube Red has a sneak peek.

John Cho, Terry Crews, Adam Scott, Judy Greer, Justin Long, Alexandra Daddario, and more are all along for the ride as Huebel takes them on dangerous trips to see/be haunted by/stumble upon/generally desecrate a dead body. Some of these trips to crime scenes involve bodily harm, threatened pride, and — by the looks of things with Mr. Cho — a little bit of light quicksand.

Read More:These Days, Rob Huebel Deliberately Tries to Be Out Of His League

Other guest stars include
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Nonprofits And Celebrities Join Forces To Combat HIV And Malaria In Malawi

The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (Etaf) and the United Nations Foundation's Nothing But Nets campaign announced today a partnership to combat HIV and malaria in southern rural Malawi.

Actor Scott Wolf, his wife Kelley, and actress Alexandra Daddario traveled there with the two organizations to see first-hand how they are tackling both global health issues.

Combined, malaria and HIV cause more than two million deaths each year. The partnership between Etaf and Nothing But Nets is a strategic approach to offering holistic care in order to tackle two deadly diseases that cripple communities. By combining resources, the organizations aim to continue a sustainable impact in the villages.

The remote rural area of Malawi visited by the delegation is home to approximately 675,000 people who face extreme poverty and an inadequate health infrastructure, with under-resourced health care facilities struggling to meet high demands for care. Etaf has funded quality, village-based health services
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Alexandra Daddario is Set to Star in the Thriller I Am Not A Bird

Alexandra Daddario, who is best known for her roles in San Andreas, Baywatch, True Detective is set to star in a dramatic thriller called I Am Not a Bird. Daddario has never really been a movie role that shows she's got real talent. Maybe this one will be it. The film is based onthe book called Lost Girls and Love Hotels, and this is the description:

I Am Not a Bird centers around a young western woman, Margaret, in the midst of losing herself in the bachanal of nighttime Tokyo. Haunted by memories of her twin brother’s descent into madness, Margaret courts danger with her fellow ex-pat misfits in dive bars and love hotels. When she falls for Kazu, a handsome Japanese gangster, she has a chance at redemption but with the threat of a killer in the city, Margaret is in a race to find herself before she’s lost completely.
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Alexandra Daddario to star in thriller I Am Not a Bird

Baywatch star Alexandra Daddario is set to star in director William Olsson’s (Reliance) upcoming thriller I Am Not a Bird, which is based upon Catherine Hanrahan’s debut novel Lost Girls and Love Hotels, with Hanrahan also penning the script.

Vairety reports that I Am Not a Bird follows “a young western woman in the midst of losing herself in the bacchanal of nighttime Tokyo. Haunted by memories of her twin brother’s descent into madness, she courts danger with her fellow ex-pat misfits in dive bars and love hotels before she falls for a handsome Japanese gangster.”

“The moment we finished reading Lost Girls and Love Hotels we knew we had to be involved in the film adaptation,” said producers Lauren Mann and Lawrence Inglee. “Catherine Hanrahan’s fiery writing tempers gritty emotion into an intoxicating tale of the underground laced with edginess. We are thrilled to have
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Film News Roundup: ‘Baywatch’ Star Alexandra Daddario Joins Thriller ‘I Am Not a Bird’

Film News Roundup: ‘Baywatch’ Star Alexandra Daddario Joins Thriller ‘I Am Not a Bird’
In today’s film news roundup, Alexandra Daddario is cast in the dramatic thriller “I Am Not a Bird,” Gravitas buys the documentary “Strad Style” and Joaquin Phoenix’s “You Were Never Really Here” gets a release date.

Casting

Alexandra Daddario, known for HBO’s “True Detective” and the “Baywatch” remake, has signed on to star in the dramatic thriller “I Am Not A Bird” for director William Olsson.

The film’s producers are Lauren Mann of Wandering Trail Pictures and Blackbird’s Lawrence Inglee. The script is adapted from Catherine Hanrahan’s debut novel “Lost Girls and Love Hotels.” Hanrahan adapted her book for the screen.

“I Am Not a Bird,” centers around a young western woman in the midst of losing herself in the bacchanal of nighttime Tokyo. Haunted by memories of her twin brother’s descent into madness, she courts danger with her fellow ex-pat misfits in dive bars and love hotels before she
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Alexandra Daddario to star in I Am Not A Bird thriller from William Olsson

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Alexandra Daddario (Baywatch, True Detective) has been tapped to star in the dramatic thriller I Am Not A Bird, an adaptation of Catherine Hanrahan's novel Lost Girls And Love Hotels with Swedish filmmaker William Olsson attached to helm the project. Hanrahan will write the screenplay herself, transforming her story about a young western woman, Margaret, who's in the... Read More...
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Alexandra Daddario To Star In ‘I Am Not A Bird’ Thriller From Director William Olsson

Alexandra Daddario To Star In ‘I Am Not A Bird’ Thriller From Director William Olsson
True Detective actress Alexandra Daddario, who recently co-starred in Paramount’s Baywatch remake, as been tapped to star in the dramatic thriller I Am Not A Bird, with Swedish filmmaker William Olsson attached to direct. Catherine Hanrahan wrote the screenplay, which is based on her debut novel Lost Girls And Love Hotels. The story centers around a young western woman, Margaret, in the midst of losing herself in the bacchanal of nighttime Tokyo. Haunted by memories of…
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Zac Efron Keeps a Cut-Out of Himself by His Pool, Reveals the Movie That Makes Him Cry in '73 Questions'

Zac Efron Keeps a Cut-Out of Himself by His Pool, Reveals the Movie That Makes Him Cry in '73 Questions'
If you thought you knew everything about Zac Efron, think again.

The 29-year-old actor participates in Vogue's "73 Questions" segment, and is as charming as ever while answering candid questions, doing celebrity impressions and standing by a cardboard cut-out of himself at the pool.

Efron makes an entrance by pulling into the driveway of his Los Angeles home in a 1964 1/2 Mustang, a.k.a. the first Mustang model ever made by Ford, that he calls "Gramps," because it was given to him by his grandfather.

One thing fans will quickly learn about the Baywatch star is that he has a name and/or title for everything. His DJ name would be AfroZac, his life as a musical would be Zacalicious, and if he could just change his name, he would like to be called Khaleesi -- after the fierce character on Game of Thrones.

Exclusive: Zac Efron on Which 'Baywatch' Costar Is a Better Kisser -- [link
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Kate Upton, Elsa Hosk And More Models Strut Around Vogue Offices To ‘9 To 5’

  • ET Canada
Kate Upton, Joan Smalls, Elsa Hosk and their model friends are the most stylish, fierce workers to ever strut through Vogue‘s offices. The supermodels were invited to Vogue headquarters on the final day of New York Spring collections for an office-inspired video shoot featuring Dolly Parton’s classic “9 to 5”. Related: Watch Kate Upton, Alexandra Daddario In Nsfw […]
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