Info ‘Nutcracker’s’ Mackenzie Foy Recalls Memories Of Filming Breakout Role In ‘Twilight Saga’ October 17, 2018 12:22 PM PDT At the junket for “Nutcracker & The Four Realms,” Mackenzie Foy shares with Access’ Natalie Morales her memories of filming the “Twilight Saga,” which is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Plus, Mackenzie reveals how excited she is to join the Disney family with the “Nutcracker”...Read More
Info ‘Legacies’ Star Kaylee Bryant Calls Playing Josie Saltzman In ‘TVD’ Spin-Off ‘Mind-Blowing’ October 17, 2018 12 PM PDT On the red carpet at The CW’s Fall TV event, Kaylee Bryant, who stars as Josie Saltzman in The CW’s “Legacies,” tells Access she figured out who she was auditioning for, despite no names on the sides when she read for the role. And, with fans having seen Josie when she was a youngster on “The Originals,” Kaylee shares with Access an update on what her character is like as a teenager. Plus, Kaylee dishes on working with “TVD” alum...Read More
Blumhouse Productions is a name you’ve seen in front of numerous recent hit horror films and franchises, including The Purge, Get Out and this year’s Halloween. With over 70 titles released and another handful on the way, Blumhouse has become a genre film powerhouse — one that has yet to release a single horror film directed by a woman. CEO and founder Jason Blum has an explanation for that, and it sounds pretty ridiculous. While speaking with Polygon, Blum was asked why his company has yet to produce a horror film directed by a woman. “We’re always trying to do that,” the exec...Read More
The Fast and Furious beef didn’t end with “Candy Ass-gate.” The upcoming Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham spinoff has ticked off more people than just Vin Diesel; now a long-time producer of the franchise is suing Universal over Hobbs & Shaw. Neal Moritz was a producer on all eight Fast and Furious films and was expecting the same for the spinoff following Johnson’s Luke Hobbs and Statham’s Deckard Shaw. According to a lawsuit filed by Moritz’s legal team Wednesday morning in Los Angeles (via Deadline), he was allegedly let go as a producer a few days before filming was set to begin. Moritz is now...Read More
How the New ‘Halloween’ Fixes Something That’s Been Broken in the Franchise Since the Very First Sequel
The very first shot in David Gordon Green’s Halloween is a close-up of a clock. A later scene is set entirely around a Back to the Future pinball machine. Dates are constantly referenced; 40 years since serial killer Michael Myers last escaped from captivity; 15 years before that he murdered his sister. Time is clearly important to what Green is doing. But it’s more specific than that. The film’s opening credits, a riff on the famous opening of John Carpenter’s Halloween and its slow zoom in on a jack-o’-lantern’s eye, features a rotted pumpkin slowly returning to life. In addition to being a...Read More
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