Archive for March 20, 2018
Another day, another Netflix movie is being announced with a release date just a few days away, and this time it’s the science-fiction thriller The Titan. The film is scheduled to drop on the streaming platform at the end of March, so if this first look gets anyone intrigued to see Avatar’s Sam Worthington turn into the Creature From the Black Lagoon (look at the poster on IMDB), then they won’t have to wait too long to see how that situation plays out.
In addition to Worthington as Air Force pilot Rick Janssen, the film boasts a recognizable cast with Orange Is the New Black’s Taylor Schilling, and Tom Wilkinson in the lead roles, as Rick’s wife Abigail and the man behind the Titan project, Professor Martin Collingwood, respectively. The supporting cast isn’t too bad either with Agyness Deyn (Hard ... The post Netflix’s The Titan Trailer: Sam Worthington Evolves To Save Humanity appeared first on Screen Rant.
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Cailee Spaeny’s Pacific Rim: Uprising continues the saga of mankind fighting off invading giant monsters with giant robots. Sitting down with Screen Rant, she discusses her experience on set, finding her character, and her hopes for her character’s future.
Screen Rant: First of all, this film is a lot of fun.
Cailee Spaeny: Yes, I agree.
Screen Rant: So, when you jumped on to this project, obviously this has a young cast, it has a lot of young actors in it.
Cailee Spaeny: Yeah.
Screen Rant: Did you have any advice from any of the veteran actors that you worked with?
Cailee Spaeny: Yeah, I mean, John Boyega coming off of such a HUGE sci-fi rollercoaster with Star Wars, and then this being my first film, and it being in the sci-fi world. He definitely saw me every once in a while having a little freak out, to ...
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Get Out star Allison Williams has joined Season 2 of Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events. After a 2004 film adaptation of the popular A Series of Unfortunate Events novels by Lemony Snicket (aka. Daniel Handler) received a tepid reception from fans and casual audiences alike, Netflix brought the franchise back in a much more faithful TV show rendering. Starring a hammy and dedicated Neal Patrick Harris as the murderous Count Olaf, this new version of the Baudelaire siblings’ trials and tribulations has pleased fans and critics alike.
A new season 2 trailer teased the next batch of difficulties in store for Violet (Malina Weissman), Klaus (Louis Hynes), and Sunny (Presley ...
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