The first clip from Warner Bros Home Entertainment’s “Eraser Reborn”, available on Digital, Blu-ray™ and DVD on June 7, has been released.
The all-new original film, ERASER: REBORN, a reboot of the 1996 blockbuster, follows US Marshal Mason Pollard, a specialist in engineering the fake deaths of witnesses that need to leave no trace of their existence. In this exciting clip from the action-packed film Pollard (played by Dominic Sherwood) warns Rina (played by Jacky Lai), a witness under his protection, and her lawyer Vanessa (played by Susan Danford) that an attack is imminent.
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The trailer for a new film from the makers of such amusement park rides as “The Bourne Spectacular” and “Shrek 4D” has been released. “Scare Zone” will be released May 27.
The trailer for Blumhouse Television and EPIX’s upcoming horror “Unhuman”, directed by Marcus Dunstan, written by Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan, and starring Brianne Tju, Benjamin Wadsworth, Uriah Shelton, Ali Gallo, and Peter Giles has been released. The film releases June 3 from Paramount Home Entertainment.
In this story of a high school field trip gone bloody awry, seven misfit students must band together against a growing gang of unhuman savages. The group’s trust in each other is tested to the limit in a brutal, horrifying fight to survive and they must take down the murderous zombie-creatures… before they kill each other first.
Peacock announced today that Jake McDorman (Dopesick, The Right Stuff) will star alongside Betty Gilpin in the highly anticipated drama series “Mrs. Davis”, from Tara Hernandez and Damon Lindelof. The series comes from Warner Bros. Television, where both Hernandez and Lindelof are under overall deals.
Though plot details are being kept under wraps, Peacock can confirm that the series is an exploration of faith versus technology – an epic battle of biblical and binary proportions.
HBO Max has released the trailer for “Father of the Bride”, releasing June 16 on the streamer.
Billy (Andy Garcia) and Ingrid (Gloria Estefan) are surprised when their eldest daughter Sofia (Adria Arjona) comes home to Miami for a visit, announcing a new boyfriend, Adan (Diego Boneta) – who is now her fiancé – and their plans for a wedding and a new life together in Mexico. Family relationships are tested as the roller coaster ride of wedding planning races toward the altar. This sparkling story of a modern rom-com updated from a timeless classic illustrates the surprising and funny ways the heart can adapt in the name of love.
Netflix surprised Cobra Kai fans on the weekend in Los Angeles at Cobra Kai: Live & Bad Ass with a first look teaser for the upcoming fifth season. This one-night-only celebration marked Night 7 of Netflix Is A Joke: The Festival and brought together cast and producers for exclusive conversations, live performances and surprise guest appearances.
Cobra Kai Season 5 premieres globally September 9, only on Netflix.
A new teaser for the fourth season of “Westworld”, returning June 26, has been released.
Amazon has opted to cancel “Jack Ryan” but are said to be developing a spin-off featuring Michael Pena’s character Ding Chavez.
“50/50” director Jonathan Levine will direct Lionsgate’s “Dirty Dancing” sequel starring Jennifer Grey. According to the filmmaker, the film will be set in the ’90s and include songs from the original as well as hip-hop songs from the ’90s.
Like the original, the sequel will be a coming-of-age romance centered on the experience of a young woman at the summer camp, but Baby’s own journey will intertwine with this to create a multi-layered narrative.
“While the original Dirty Dancing has always been one of my favorite films, I never imagined I would direct the sequel,” said Levine. “Through co-writing it, I fell in love with the characters (new and old), the world of 1990s Catskills New York, and the music, which will range from songs from the original movie to ‘90s hip-hop. I can’t wait to collaborate with Jennifer to bring this beautiful story of summer and romance and dancing to a generation of new fans. And to the longtime ones, I promise we will not ruin your childhood. We will tackle the assignment with sophistication, ambition and, above all, love.”
Other characters from the original are also expected to return, says Levine.
The film is expected to go into production this year and release in 2024.
Alexandre Aja (“Piranha 3D”) will direct Halle Berry in thriller “Mother Land for Arrival“. The film “will chart the story of a mother and her twin sons who have been tormented by an evil spirit for years. When one of the boys questions whether the evil is real, the family’s sacred bond is broken, and it becomes a fight for survival.”
FX is developing a TV series based on the film “Never Let Me Go”. DNA Films & TV, FX productions and Searchlight Television will all produce.
Dylan O’Brien (“Flashback”) is rumored to be stepping into the shoes of The Flash after Ezra Miller is ultimately let go.