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The Hunt is On in New Trailer for ‘A Quiet Place’

A new trailer for the upcoming film A Quiet Place has been released by Paramount Pictures. In this new trailer (posted below) there is some backstory as to what is going on in the world.

What is hunting down this family? We are not exactly sure. The marketing for the film has been pretty great at not letting the audience know what the family is running from. The mysteriousness of the film is making it both interesting and scary. And of course you have the silent factor.

In the modern horror thriller A Quiet Place, a family of four must navigate their lives in silence after mysterious creatures that hunt by sound threaten their survival. If they hear you, they hunt you.

This film will mark John Krasinski’s second time behind the camera of a feature film. Among Krasinski’s directing credits are several episodes of The Office and
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Logan director James Mangold to helm Ford vs. Ferrari movie

Variety is reporting that Logan director James Mangold is set to reteam with 20th Century Fox for an as-yet-untitled Ford vs. Ferrari movie which is set to explore the development and creation of the world’s fastest race car.

According to the site, the film “film follows an eccentric, determined team of American engineers and designers, led by automotive visionary Carroll Shelby and his British driver, Ken Miles, who are dispatched by Henry Ford II with the mission of building from scratch an entirely new automobile with the potential to finally defeat the perennially dominant Ferrari at the 1966 Le Mans World Championship.”

Mangold is developing the Ford vs. Ferrari project with Edge of Tomorrow screenwriters Jez and John-Henry Butterworth, while reports suggest that he is interested in casting Christian Bale as Ken Miles and Matt Damon as Carroll Shelby.

Since the release of Logan, Mangold has been filling out his
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Movie News: James Mangold to Direct Ford vs. Ferrari Drama; Watch Melissa McCarthy in Funny First 'Life of the Party' Trailer

Ford vs. Ferrari: James Mangold (Logan, above with Hugh Jackman) will direct a real-life drama set in the world of championship auto racing. It follows American designers and engineers who were tasked by Henry Ford II to build a new automobile that could defeat the cars built by "perennially dominant" Ferrari at a 24-hour endurance race in 1966. Mangold is working with writers Jez and John-Henry Butterworth (Edge of Tomorrow) on the project and may be interested in casting Christian Bale and/or Matt Damon in leading roles. [Variety]   Conan: First published in 1932, Robert E. Howard's fantasy stories about a mighty wandering hero named Conan eventually inspired three movies (most recently 2011's Conan the Barbarian, above), comic books, video games and...

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Movie News: James Mangold to Direct Ford vs. Ferrari Drama

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Ford vs. Ferrari: James Mangold (Logan, above with Hugh Jackman) will direct a real-life drama set in the world of championship auto racing. It follows American designers and engineers who were tasked by Henry Ford II to build a new automobile that could defeat the cars built by "perennially dominant" Ferrari at a 24-hour endurance race in 1966. Mangold is working with writers Jez and John-Henry Butterworth (Edge of Tomorrow) on the project and may be interested in casting Christian...

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Mystery Thriller A Quiet Place Reveals a Menace in this "Crashing In" Movie Clip

Tagline: "If They Hear You, They Hunt You." The first trailer for A Quiet Place was released in November. It can be found here: A Quiet Place Trailer. At the Super Bowl, a movie clip was released for this horror film. Self-titled "Crashing In," the clip shows a family scavenging for supplies. They are careful and quiet, until a toy sets of an alarm. A strange creature makes an appearance late in the clip. As well, A Quiet Place was directed by John Krasinski. Krasinski also stars in the film. As well, Emily Blunt (Edge of Tomorrow, 2014), Noah Jupe and deaf actress Millicent Simmonds also star. The full clip is hosted here. Story details, for A Quiet Place, remain elusive. The only hints lay within the teaser and the movie clip. The logline simply states: "if they hear you, they hunt you." From the clip, it is obvious that the world has changed.
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‘Logan’ Director James Mangold Lines up Ford vs. Ferrari Movie at Fox

It looks like Logan director James Mangold might have finally found the right project to follow-up his celebrated Western/Noir take on the superhero genre. Variety reports that Mangold has signed on to direct 20th Century Fox's film about the rivalry between designers at Ford and Ferrari, who were determined to create the world' fastest racecar. Mangold is developing the film along with Edge of Tomorrow screenwriters Jez and John-Henry Butterworth. Per the report, the currently untitled film is inspired by the true story and "follows an eccentric, determined team of American engineers and designers, led by …
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James Mangold to Direct Ford vs. Ferrari Film as ‘Logan’ Follow-Up (Exclusive)

James Mangold to Direct Ford vs. Ferrari Film as ‘Logan’ Follow-Up (Exclusive)
James Mangold has come on board to direct a project about the battle between the designers at Ford and Ferrari to create the world’s fastest racecar, Variety has learned.

Based on a true story, the film follows an eccentric, determined team of American engineers and designers, led by automotive visionary Carroll Shelby and his British driver, Ken Miles, who are dispatched by Henry Ford II with the mission of building from scratch an entirely new automobile with the potential to finally defeat the perennially dominant Ferrari at the 1966 Le Mans World Championship. The project doesn’t have a formal title, but is known internally as the “Untitled Ford vs. Ferrari Project.”

Mangold had originally been slated to make a drama about kidnapped heiress Patty Hearst, but that project was canceled in the wake of complaints by the Hearst family. The Hearsts were concerned that the film would depict Patty Hearst as an enthusiastic member of the
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Silence Is Golden In Super Bowl Trailer For A Quiet Place

Sound design can be so crucial in the creation of a horror flick, as every scene – every pulse-pounding moment of dread – can be greatly amplified by shrill music. Or a prolonged moment of silence.

It’s practically the lifeblood of every jump-scare, but when it comes to A Quiet Place, writer-director John Krasinski is hoping to go one step further. Most well known for his time spent on NBC’s The Office – not to mention those persistent rumors of a possible role in the eventual reboot of the Fantastic Four – Krasinski has crafted what looks to be a fascinating family thriller here in which his isolated home is hounded by “an unknown threat.”

Sound familiar? It should, but the twist is that the mysterious monsters of the film are only attracted by sound, which technically means that every peep can be fatal – every breath a brush with death. It’s
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Gambit production reported pushed back, again

Well, this won’t come as much of a surprise, seeing as it’s Gambit we’re talking about, but according to Omega Underground the troubled X-Men spinoff has been pulled from 20th Century Fox’s production schedule following the departure of director Gore Verbinski last month.

The film, which has Channing Tatum attached to play the mutant Remy LeBeau, was slated to begin shooting in March under Verbinski, and it was thought that the studio was still aiming to stick to that schedule even after his departure. However, with a replacement yet to be found, it seems the project is now once again in limbo, although Omega Underground is suggesting a summer shoot in possible.

Gambit is currently scheduled for release on June 7th 2019, having been pushed back from its original date of February 14th 2019. The project was first announced way back in 2014, and has since passed through the
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Silence Is Golden In Eerie Photos For John Krasinski’s Thriller A Quiet Place

Sound design can be so crucial in the creation of a horror movie, as every scene – every pulse-pounding moment of dread – can be greatly amplified by shrill music. Or a prolonged moment of silence.

It’s practically the lifeblood of every jump-scare, but with A Quiet Place, writer-director John Krasinski is going one step further. Best known for his long stretch on The Office – along with those rumors of a possible role in Fantastic Four – Krasinski has crafted a fascinating family thriller in which his isolated home is hounded by “an unknown threat.”

Sound familiar? The twist here is that the mysterious monsters of A Quiet Place are only attracted by sound, meaning every peep can be fatal – every breath a brush with death. It’s a deeply unsettling pitch, and real-life husband and wife, John Krasinski and Emily Blunt (Edge of Tomorrow, Mary Poppins Returns), have already spooked audiences
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Groundhog Day Is Returning to Theaters for 25th Anniversary

Wake up all over again as Sony Pictures Entertainment will celebrate the 25th anniversary of director Harold Ramis' groundbreaking comedy classic Groundhog Day with a series of screenings. As a highlight of the celebration, the film will be returning to the big screen in time for Groundhog Day, February 2nd, in the United States and Canada.

Prior to the theatrical re-release, Sony Pictures Entertainment released the film on 4K Ultra HD on January 23rd, exclusively at Best Buy stores nationwide. Like the theatrical re-release, this version was fully restored in 4K and presented in 4K resolution and Dolby Atmos audio. The Blu-ray included special features such as commentary with director Harold Ramis, deleted scenes and more! Said Adrian Smith, President, Domestic Distribution for Sony Pictures Releasing.

"We are excited to bring Groundhog Day, widely considered one of the best comedies of 90's, back to the big screen for its 25th anniversary.
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Disney’s Jungle Cruise Casts Emily Blunt, Gets Rewrite By Logan Writer

Emily Blunt is joining Dwayne Johnson in the cast for Disney’s live-action Jungle Cruise movie, itself based on the popular Adventureland theme park attraction of the same name. Screen Rant learned that Disney was considering Blunt for Jungle Cruise only yesterday, but it’s now being reported that the Edge of Tomorrow star has closed a deal to appear in the film opposite ‘The Rock’. Johnson is starring in the movie as a 1920s riverboat captain who goes on a wild adventure across the world, after he teams up with a scientist (Blunt) in search of a magical cure.
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Gambit Placed On Ice As Fox Searches For A New Director

In what is perhaps the most unsurprising superhero tidbit of the day, Gambit‘s production plans have been pulled in light of Gore Verbinski’s sudden departure.

The filmmaker, best known for his work on Pirates of the Caribbean, became the third director to walk away from the X-Men spinoff following Rupert Wyatt and Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow 2). Remy LeBeau’s origins story is once again up in the air, then, and sure enough, Omega Underground is reporting today that Fox has quietly scrapped plans for a March production start in New Orleans, Lousiana.

Again, this isn’t all that surprising, as the Powers That Be are likely still in the process of finding a replacement for Verbinski. Channing Tatum, meanwhile, remains attached to the title character, whose standalone pic has been described as “having a heavy comedic tone revolving around a heist, [and] will do better as a summer Marvel movie.
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‘When We First Met’ Trailer: Adam Devine Gets His Own ‘Groundhog Day’-Style Romantic Comedy

‘When We First Met’ Trailer: Adam Devine Gets His Own ‘Groundhog Day’-Style Romantic Comedy
Plenty of movies take a cue from Groundhog Day and feature a character who gets stuck in some kind of inexplicable time loop. Edge of Tomorrow, Source Code, Run Lola Run, and most recently Happy Death Day have all used the time loop formula to tell a story, and now it’s time for a new romantic comedy to […]

The post ‘When We First Met’ Trailer: Adam Devine Gets His Own ‘Groundhog Day’-Style Romantic Comedy appeared first on /Film.
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Doug Liman is open to return to Justice League Dark or another DC movie

He may have walked from Justice League Dark, but it seems that director Doug Liman (The Bourne Identity, Edge of Tomorrow) hasn’t entirely given up his ambition of directing a DC movie.

During an interview with Screen Rant to promote his upcoming YouTube Red series Impulse (based on the third novel in Steven Gould’s Jumper book series), Liman was asked whether he’d be opening to returning to the director’s chair on Justice League Dark, or signing on for a different DC project:

“I would be open to it”, said Liman. “I have a very kind of contrarian approach to how I make things and I don’t want to do them the way other people have done them. You know, Impulse is an original take on superpower as you can imagine and still be satisfying. Because obviously there’s some things – you can be original and artsy and not.
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'Britannia' is Sky's best-performing original show since 2015

Historical drama scores best ratings since Fortitude.

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‘Britannia’

Britannia, Sky Atlantic big-budget drama about the Roman invasion of Britain, was the channel’s best-performing original show since Fortitude opened in January 2015.

The programme’s two airings delivered a combined total audience of 540,000, according to Screen’s sister publication Broadcast.

Fortitude scored 724,000 viewers when it premiered. Britannia pushed past recent Sky Atlantic drama launches Riviera (395,000) and Tin Star (340,000).

Britannia is the first TV drama from Vertigo Films (Bronson), made in conjunction with Sam MendesNeal Street Productions (Jarhead, Revolutionary Road).

The show was created by Jez Butterworth, whose credits include Spectre and Edge Of Tomorrow, and the acclaimed plays Jerusalem and The Ferryman. The nine-part series stars Kelly Reilly, David Morrissey, Mackenzie Crook, Zoë Wanamaker, and Ian McDiarmid.

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Director Doug Liman Says Edge of Tomorrow 2 Could Be His Next Film

I don’t know if you ever bothered to see the Tom Cruise/Emily Blunt sci-fi action flick Edge of Tomorrow, but if you missed out, you should make time for the stellar flick. I kept putting the film off myself, but then when I finally peeped the Groundhog Day-style shenanigans contained within, I was a fan […]

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Doug Liman Still Game For Justice League Dark

Though the world is yet to lay eyes on a live-action rendition of Justice League Dark, a new interview conducted by Screen Rant reveals that Doug Liman could be the one to salvage the project from the brink of obscurity.

Liman, who is currently spearheading the development Edge of Tomorrow 2 (Aka Live Die Repeat and Repeat), sat down with Screen Rant to discuss Warner’s shelved title, one which centers on a ragtag group of anti-heroes comprised of Etrigan, Zatanna, Swamp Thing, Deadman, and the chain-smoking Constantine.

It originally piqued the curiosity of Guillermo del Toro (Hellboy), who came attached to Justice League Dark circa 2013. In his short time with the live-action feature, del Toro developed a script that he was “super proud of,” before Joseph Kahn and later Doug Liman flirted with Jld. Turns out the latter is still very much interested in the proposition, as he revealed to
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Edge Of Tomorrow 2 Might Happen Sooner Than Expected!

It's looking like the sequel to Edge of Tomorrow might actually happen a lot sooner than we thought. In a recent interview with Collider, director Doug Liman said that it very well could be his next film project!

Liman previously revealed that the film would be called Live Die Repeat and Repeat and he also said that he likes the story for the sequel more than the first film. He also explained that it would revolutionize how people make sequels. As of right now, he says they are frantically working on getting the script ready:

"We’re just working on the script… [We’re no longer working on scheduling issues], now it’s down to we have a window where we could go do it, and we’re frantically working on the script. It’s one of those movies that we’ll only go make if we love the script. It’s not one of those things where
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Edge Of Tomorrow 2: new update, sequel close

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Director Doug Liman suggests that Edge Of Tomorrow 2 could now be his next film...

It sounds as though obstacles are being taken out of the way of Edge Of Tomorrow 2 happening, according to the latest update from director Doug Liman.

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Chatting to Collider about the YouTube series Impulse, Liman strongly suggests that scheduling problems have been resolved on the Edge Of Tomorrow sequel, and it’s now down to getting the screenplay in place.

“We’re just working on the script”, he said. “Now it’s down to we have a window where we could go do it, and we’re frantically working on the script. It’s one of those movies that we’ll only go make if we love the script.
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