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New Sleepaway Camp Movie Is in the Works Says Original Star Felissa Rose

One defining aspect of the horror-slasher genre is the ability of a movie to shock the audience, preferably in the goriest way possible. 1983’s cult slasher classic Sleepaway Camp provides one of the most notorious examples of this, with a wild twist ending that has been talked about and dissected for decades. Felissa Rose, star of Sleepaway Camp and its sequels, revealed to Bloody Disgusting that the franchise might be adding a new chapter soon.

“I will say this, because there’s been so much looming around the Sleepaway Camp universe for so long. Will they remake it? Will there be another sequel? I know that something’s in the works. I don’t even really know exactly how it will be, but I can tell you that definitely like-we just had our 37th anniversary-I would love to say that, mark my words, by the 40th, something will be out.”

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House Democrats Voted On Best Christmas Movie, And No One Agrees

The best Christmas movie is, obviously, The Muppet Christmas Carol, followed by Gremlins. (Gremlins is a better movie overall, but it’s a year-round masterpiece; Michael Caine-as-Scrooge dancing with the Ghost of Christmas Present hits differently in December, y’know?) But “Marley and Marley” was nowhere to be found during a practice vote among House Democrats on Thursday. If you want to use this as an example of everything wrong with the Democratic Party, I will not disagree.

“House Democrats voted today on their favorite Christmas movie, as a practice vote before virtual leadership elections, per a person familiar,” Natalie Andrews, the Wall Street Journal‘s Congress reporter, tweeted. “Choices: Love Actually, Polar Express, Home Alone, Die Hard, and Miracle on 34th Street.” And what did they pick? Miracle on 34th Street, presumably the black-and-white version from 1947, not the 1994 version

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Can the superhero movie survive the Covid-era switch to streaming? | Film

Wonder Woman’s origin myth is well known: Princess Diana of Themyscira quits her beloved fantasy island of Amazonian warrior women and sets out into the human world to help save us from our worst instincts, like a sort of kick-ass female Jesus in red, blue and gold. You might think Gal Gadot’s battling goddess would be better off heading home, given we’re in the middle of a pandemic, otherwise it probably won’t be long until she needs a little saving herself, along with all the other superhero movies out there.

Covid 19’s ability to shutter cinemas worldwide could fundamentally alter the way these big-budget productions are put together in future. It was reported this week that forthcoming sequel Wonder Woman 1984 will be the first film screened in 4K Ultra HD on the new US streaming service HBO Max, from Christmas Day. It’s also heading to cinemas at the

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‘Vantage Point’ TV Series Based On Movie In Works At NBC From Barry Levy, Josh Berman & Neal H. Moritz

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EXCLUSIVE: NBC is developing Vantage Point, a character-driven thriller drama series based on the 2008 Sony movie. The TV adaptation comes from the film’s writer, Barry Levy, and producer, Neil H. Moriz via his Original Film, as well as Josh Berman’ Osprey Productions and Sony Pictures TV where Berman and Moritz have overall deals.

The film, which starred Dennis Quaid, Matthew Fox, Forest Whitaker, William Hurt and Sigourney Weaver, told the story of an assassination attempt on the President of the United States through the vantage points of different characters.

Here is how the TV series is described: In the age of fake news, the truth can seem inadequate at best and skewed at worst. By embracing a multitude of different perspectives – ranging from government operatives to civilian informants to innocent bystanders – viewers will find themselves in the unique position

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‘Christmas Carol’ Movie With Carey Mulligan Coming to U.S. Theaters

CineLife Entertainment is handling the U.S. release of a new adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol,” with a British voice cast including Carey Mulligan, Daniel Kaluuya, Martin Freeman, Simon Russell Beale and Andy Serkis.

The film has been scheduled for more than 200 U.S. locations and will begin opening Dec. 4. through January. This retelling of the classic Christmas tale follows a Victorian family as they prepare a toy theater for their annual performance of “A Christmas Carol” with real dancers and stylized sets, with spoken narration.

The dance performances are led by former Royal Ballet first soloist and BalletBoyz founder Michael Nunn as Scrooge, Jakub Franasowicz, Russell Maliphant, Karl Fagerlund Brekke, Mikey Boats, Grace Jabbari and Dana Fouras. The UK release began in mid-November.

Made in association with Quickfire, Saboteur Media, Radioaktive Films, Darko Skulsky, Jane Yatsuta, Laurence Gornall, Anne Sheehan, Angus Neill and Clare Lee Davis serve

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Amanda Seyfried Reveals the Mamma Mia! Movie She’d Really Like to Make

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Amanda Seyfried Reveals the Mamma Mia! Movie She’d Really Like to Make

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It’s no secret Amanda Seyfried has an impressive list of acting credits. From playing Cosette in the 2012 adaptation of Les Misérables to portraying Karen Smith in the 2004 movie Mean Girls, she’s taken on a number of beloved roles over the years. But if she had to choose just one cast to spend the rest of her life with, it would be the stars of Mamma Mia!.

“Listen, I have tattoos that match the tattoos of two incredible females in my life who I met on Mamma Mia! one,” she told Erin Lim on The Rundown, referencing the ink she got with the actresses who played Sophie’s best friends Rachel McDowall and Ashley Lilley. “We are still thick as thieves. Them, I

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Margot Robbie set to replace Emma Stone in La La Land director’s new movie

Emma Stone is no longer set to reunite with La La Land director Damien Chazelle for his new movie Babylon.



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According to Deadline, Stone is exiting the project because of scheduling reasons and Margot Robbie is in talks to take over the female lead role. Brad Pitt is also on board to star in the movie, so Robbie would be re-teaming with her Once Upon a Time in Hollywood co-star.

Babylon is a period drama set in Hollywood around the time that the industry was transitioning from silent films to ‘talkies’. Paramount originally set a release date for Christmas Day 2021, but with the ongoing pandemic, that may now be subject to delay.

Hollywood loves a movie about Hollywood, and this project was announced after Netflix greenlit its own golden-era Hollywood movie, Mank. The upcoming David Fincher-directed project stars

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Margot Robbie set to replace Emma Stone in new movie Babylon with Brad Pitt

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A Once Upon a Time in Hollywood reunion looks set to be on the cards, with reports emerging that Margot Robbie will replace Emma Stone in an upcoming movie starring Brad Pitt.

Emma Stone has been forced to bow out of period Hollywood drama Babylon due to scheduling reasons according to Deadline, with The Suicide Squad‘s Margot Robbie tipped to replace her alongside Pitt.

Babylon – which will be directed by La La Land‘s Damien Chazelle – has been in the works for over a year and is currently set for a late 2021, early 2022 release, just in time for the awards season.



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In Tamil Nadu, today’s movie stars are tomorrow’s CM aspirants



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Today’s movie stars are tomorrow’s political leaders and Chief Minister aspirant — that is the trend in Tamil Nadu.

The latest to join that club is actor Rajinikanth, who on Thursday announced his decision to float a political party in January 2021.

With this Rajinikanth puts an end to various speculations about his plunge into Tamil Nadu politics.

Announcing this in a tweet he added: “In the upcoming assembly polls, with people’s massive support, in Tamil Nadu, an honest, transparent corruption less, secular and spiritual politics is sure to happen.”

“Miracle, Wonder will happen,” he added.

Speaking to reporters here Rajinikanth said: “The time has come to change the fate of Tamil Nadu. Political and government change in the state important. It will surely change. The political change is important and is compulsion of time. If not now, it is not possible ever. Everything

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Hillbilly Elegy’s Ron Howard addresses brutal reviews of Netflix movie

Hillbilly Elegy, starring Amy Adams and Glenn Close, recently came out on Netflix amid a flurry of talk about its Oscars potential. And then the reviews dropped, with one calling it an “unwieldy slop bucket”.



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The film currently stands at 26% on Rotten Tomatoes, meaning that only a quarter of critics were positive about the film. We’ve broken down why the film is being savaged so much, and now director Ron Howard has responded to the critical mauling.

The filmmaker, who also oversaw the critically middling Solo: A Star Wars Story, appeared on CBS This Morning to explain why he thinks the critics have got it wrong.



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“I do feel like they’re looking at political thematics that they may or

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