The vast majority of The OA viewers are still scratching their heads over that first season ending, but star-creator Brit Marling and director Zal Batmanglij aren’t going to leave us hanging forever. Practice your movements – The OA Season 2 is a go.
While not exactly a household name, Jason Isaacs has very quietly put together an impressive resume of villains over his 30 years in Hollywood. Anyone who was in high school in the late ’90s will remember him from Mel Gibson’s The Patriot — I can’t possibly be the only person who had a lazy substitute history teacher, right? — but he’s also worked regularly in film and television, from frequent collaborations with Resident Evil director Paul W.S. Anderson to his most memorable role in the Harry Potter franchise. Often evil, always great.
Considering Netflix intends to double its original offerings again in 2017, they’d be forgiven to lean back on promotional campaigns now and again. So it is, with the first trailer for Brit Marling’s mysterious Zal Batmanglij-directed series The OA, that the premiere is already scheduled for Friday!
Unless you keep a close eye on the Austin, Texas film scene, you might not have known that audiences were treated to a special advance screening of Gore Verbinski’s A Cure for Wellness this weekend as part of the annual Butt-Numb-A-Thon. This yearly film marathon — hosted each year by Ain’t It Cool News founder Harry Knowles — often features an enticing mixture of classic genre movies and upcoming releases, and this year, both Verbinski and lead actor Dane DeHaan showed up for a special advance screening of their 2017 release. And if Twitter is to believed, it’s extremely disturbing and absolutely insane. Sounds perfect.
After costing Disney a pretty penny (or millions of them) with The Lone Ranger and having his North Korea thriller with Steve Carell nixed by New Regency, Gore Verbinski has finally returned with a new film. Originally scheduled to hit theaters this year, A Cure for Wellness was pushed back to February 2017, but a pair of mysteriously creepy viral promos should get you pretty excited for The Ring director’s return to the horror genre.
Disney's forthcoming animated 'Star Wars Rebels' will see a "Spark of the Rebellion" officially premiering this Friday on the Disney Channel (or right now, online!), but it may be a few weeks yet before the action really takes off on its proper Disney XD home. To wit, catch a brand-new clip beyond the premiere as Kanan takes on the villainous Inquisitor!
ScreenCrush’s WookieLeaks is a weekly roundup of everything 'Star Wars'! From 'Episode 7,' to the upcoming spinoffs and the TV shows, if it pertains to that long ago, far away galaxy, we’re covering it here, bringing you our expert analysis. This week, 'Star Wars Rebels' officially introduces its big bad, a genre veteran joins 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' and two incredible comedians battle for fan supremacy.
Last week saw forthcoming 'Star Wars' animated series 'Star Wars Rebels' formally introducing us to David Oyelowo's formidable Agent Kallus, but at least one more villainous voice of the cast had been left blank. Now, the in-between set series has officially confirmed that 'Harry Potter' baddie Jason Isaacs will voice the imposing Jedi-hunter "The Inquisitor," with a brand-new featurette introducing the character!
It's been a good long while since we've heard anything from the front of 'Star Wars Rebels,' the forthcoming animated TV series. Though, in spite of the many character reveals and teaser trailers, at least one aspect of the new Disney XD series has remained a mystery. The show hasn't officially confirmed the voice behind its Jedi-hunting baddie "The Inquisitor," but a new report suggests 'Harry Potter' villain Jason Isaacs might be our man.
Last week brought the news that NBC would officially give birth to its 'Rosemary's Baby' remake miniseries in mid-May, though at the time, footage from the four-hour special proved somewhat fleeting. Now, the full cast and horror-filled scope of the new 'Rosemary's Baby' has been revealed in the first completed trailer, and Zoe Saldana's pipes sound like they could use a rest from the screaming.