Archive for October 12, 2017
Aaron Mahnke, the creator of the hit podcast Lore, revealed at New York Comic Con 2017 which episode he’d like to see Amazon adapt in future seasons. The new series, which is available to stream tomorrow, is based on the podcast centered around the darker and frightening side of history behind modern-day myths and legends presented in a “campfire experience.”
Mahnke is serving as co-executive producer along with The Walking Dead’s Gale Anne Hurd and The X-Files’ Glen Morgan to bring the series to life with episodes comprised of documentary footage, animation, narration and cinematic reenactments to tell the riveting, creepy and terrifying ...
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The popular horror podcast Lore from creator Aaron Mahnke proved so popular among listeners that Amazon Video stepped in to adapt it as a six-episode live-action series. Airing appropriately on Friday the 13th, this new anthology series documents supposedly true stories that exist with the realm of psychological and supernatural horror, and according to a New York Comic Con panel discussion with Kristin Bauer van Straten (Once Upon a Time), who stars in the episode titled ‘Unboxed,’ the series takes a very “classic” approach to horror storytelling.
While the series does differ from other anthology tales in its unique construction, blending together real footage, live dramatization, animation, and, of course, per ...
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Years before Independence Day and Jurassic Park actor Jeff Goldblum signed on to play the Grandmaster in Thor: Ragnarok, the actor turned down an offer from Marvel Studios to play a role in Captain America: The First Avenger, and studio head Kevin Feige couldn’t be happier that the deal failed to work out.
Since the beginning of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel Studios has recruited some of the biggest names in Hollywood for both starring and supporting roles. Marvel has signed a number of A-list actors with long resumes that go back decades, including Samuel L. Jackson, Jeff Bridges, Tommy Lee Jones, Sylvester Stallone, Kurt Russell, ...
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