Milla Jovovich is currently filming Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, which is the final chapter of Resident Evil in case you didn’t know. While it may not be the end of the franchise (you can expect a reboot announcement as soon as The Final Chapter opens in theaters), it certainly looks like the end of the line for Jovovich’s Alice. The actress posted a photo to her Instagram showing off “Old Alice,” a new look for this movie that suggests her character is more into taking vitamins than taking out zombies.
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Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key have been keeping very busy since ending their Comedy Central series. The pair are developing a Police Academy reboot, bringing their popular substitute teacher character to the big screen, and working on a comedy film called Keanu (not Reeves). But the most interesting (and imminent) project is Peele’s Get Out, a new horror film rooted in social issues which has added Sicario star Daniel Kaluuya to the cast.
Walking Dead fans have waited upwards of three weeks for news of Steven Yeun’s Glenn after the mysterious conclusion of October’s “Thank You,” while Sunday’s “Always Accountable” ended on a mysterious voice that has many debating its significance. Now, Norman Reedus seemingly confirms the voice seeking “help” wasn’t Glenn, but do we believe him?
Tonight’s ‘The Walking Dead’ might have put Daryl, Sasha and Abraham in the spotlight, but did “Always Accountable” finally answer the big question about Glenn? And who’s this mysteriously sinister new faction? Find out in our full review!
Mark your calendars for February 26, 2016. That’s the day your minds will be blown by The Witch, the exceptional and eerie debut film from Robert Eggers that’s been stirring up film festival audiences all year. If you’re familiar with The Witch, you’re probably familiar with the film’s supporting character and mascot, a mischievous goat named Black Phillip. A new poster offers another form of evil by introducing a sharp-eyed raven, while A24 has opened an official website for the upcoming horror film.
Back in September Ridley Scott casually announced that his sequel to Prometheus is called Alien: Paradise Lost, with the director confirming that production begins next February on what will be a more direct prequel to the Alien franchise. And just as we were getting comfortable with that title, it appears that Scott may have changed his mind, as he’s once again revealed a new name for the sequel.
The pulp origins of a Penny Dreadful haven’t stopped Showtime’s psychosexual drama from going deeper and darker with each episode, and an additional nine in 2016 have the Eva Green series filling with even more dread. Check out the first photo from Season 3 in 2016, along with a full synopsis and new guest stars!
After delivering two great genre features back to back with the subversive horror flick You’re Next and throwback thriller The Guest, director Adam Wingard definitely has our full attention, regardless of what he does next. His new project is Death Note, based on the popular Japanese manga, with The Leftovers star Margaret Qualley now in talks to join the cast of the U.S. adaptation.
Tonight’s episode of American Horror Story: Hotel finally takes us back to the ol’ Murder House, but unfortunately our trip there is all too brief, as we have more pressing matters back at the Hotel Cortez. Specifically, with what — or who — is residing in “Room 33,” and it’s…well, it’s really not that big of a deal. It’s just kind of okay.
It’s been a while since we had an update on Universal’s shared universe reboot of their classic monster characters, set to kick off with Alex Kurtzman’s redo of The Mummy in 2017. In addition to tackling famous monsters like The Wolfman and Dracula, the new cinematic universe also somewhat bizarrely includes a Van Helsing reboot, which has just tapped a pair of writers with sufficient experience in horror and sci-fi.