Chapter Two (1979)
In television, Dauberman wrote and executive produced DC Universe drama series Swamp Thing with Mark Verheiden. In film, Dauberman penned the screenplay adaptation of Stephen King’s It and the film’s sequel, It: Chapter Two, which has generated more than $473M worldwide. He also was an executive producer on the sequel.
Dauberman joined the creative team behind The Conjuring universe when he wrote the screenplay for Annabelle, based on the creepy doll that first appeared briefly in the James Wan film. He wrote the sequel, Annabelle: Creation, then wrote and made his directorial debut with Annabelle Comes Home,
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The winners will be revealed on Jan. 30 in ceremonies in Los Angeles, New York City and London. Ron Funches will serve as host for the Los Angeles event, with Michelle Buteau hosting of the New York ceremony.
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“The art of casting for film continued to shine this year, as represented in this noteworthy list of projects. Joining our television and theatre nominees, these talented Casting Directors exemplify the range of skills and expertise throughout our craft,” said Csa president Russell Boast said in a statement.
“The 35th Artios Awards will put a spotlight on the year’s outstanding contributions from our members as
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Said to be titled Afterlife, the Jason Reitman-directed sequel is scheduled for a primetime summer release on July 10th, meaning this trailer will officially jump-start the proton pack hype machine.
According to TrailerTrack, Ghostbusters: Afterlife‘s debut trailer has been timed with the global release of Jumanji: The Next Level – another continuation of a beloved franchise – and with UK screenings of the latter blockbuster scheduled for this coming weekend, Afterlife’s teaser ought to be online any day now. It’s really a question of when, rather than if.
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Swamp Thing: The Complete Series will also be available to own on Digital on December 2, 2019, via purchase from all major digital retailers (in Canada Digital is available to own now).
From executive producers James Wan, Mark Verheiden, Gary Dauberman (It and Annabelle films), Michael Clear (The Nun) and Len Wiseman, Swamp Thing follows Dr. Abby Arcane as she investigates a deadly swamp-born virus in the small town of Marais, Louisiana. When a mysterious creature emerges from the murky marsh, she
Press Release: Burbank, CA – Fans are in for suspense and shock when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases Swamp Thing: The Complete Series, the latest DC Universe Original Series, on Blu-ray and DVD February 11, 2020. Fans can purchase the sets with all 10 of the original series episodes and it’s priced to own at $24.98 Srp ($29.98 in Canada) for the DVD and $29.98 Srp ($39.99 in Canada) for the Blu-ray which includes a Digital Copy (Us Only).
Swamp Thing: The Complete Series will also be available to own on Digital on December 2, 2019, via purchase from all major
Joaquin Phoenix’s twisted take on the Batman villain marks the seventh movie this year (and first that’s not from Disney or Marvel) to join the elusive billion-dollar club. Among Warner Bros.’ movies, it’s only the fourth to reach that milestone after “Aquaman” and fellow Batman films “The Dark Knight” and “The Dark Knight Rises.”
Given its modest $62.5 million budget, “Joker” has become one of the most profitable movies of all time. “Joker” set numerous records since debuting on Oct. 4, including biggest domestic opening weekend for the month of October ($96 million). In the weeks leading up to its release, “Joker” elicited security concerns over its depiction of a mass murderer. It also drew outrage from the families and friends of survivors of the 2012 Aurora, Colo., movie
“Downton Abbey” was projected before the weekend for an opening in the high teens and expected to leg out with older audiences well into October. But now it has passed the $23.6 million of “Insidious: Chapter 3” for the highest opening ever for a Focus release, setting it up for possibly an even longer run as a milder alternative to films like “Joker” that come out next month.
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“Audiences were clearly ready to come back to Downton and visit the Crawleys and all the familiar faces upstairs and downstairs,” said Focus President of Distribution Lisa Bunnell.
The Andy Muschietti-directed Chapter Two scared up another $47M this weekend in 78 offshore markets. It is holding the top spot at the international box office and was No. 1 in all of its debuts this session, also maintaining No. 1s in 52 hubs that bowed last session.
While the UK, at $16.5M, is Pennywise’s top market so far, he did cede the No. 1 spot there to Downton Abbey
On Monday’s “Late Late Show,” Pennywise (as played by host James Corden) is one of the suitors on a knockoff version of the popular ABC dating competition. And the “It: Chapter Two” villain is not half bad at it. Or at least the politics of it. (Have we said “it’ enough yet?).
“Look, I’m not here to make friends,” Pennywise says during his talking head, which has a chyron that tells us he’s “????” years old, a Murderous Clown/Personal Trainer and from Stephen King’s fictional Derry, Maine. “I’m here to be the physical manifestation of your worst nightmare.”
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Directed by Andy Muschietti.
Starring James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, Bill Skargard, Bill Hader, Isaiah Mustafa, Jay Ryan, James Ransone, Andy Bean, Teach Grant, Jaeden Martell, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Sophia Lillis, Finn Wolfhard, Chosen Jacobs, Jack Dylan Grazer, Wyatt Oleff, and Nicholas Hamilton.
Twenty-seven years after their first encounter with the terrifying Pennywise, the Losers Club have grown up and moved away, until a devastating phone call brings them back.
Making a successful sequel to a hit horror movie is one thing, but doing so when the source material for the sequel already exists, and said source material is famously difficult to adapt no less, is a commanding challenge for any filmmaker.
So it’s not terribly surprising – though certainly somewhat disappointing – that It Chapter Two is quite the step down from its tight, smoothly controlled predecessor, which decisively one-upped its 1990 TV-movie forebear while paying (mostly) studious
Starting with the first part of that question, It Chapter Two, which sees director Andy Muschietti return to finish what he started in 2017, is expected to have a huge box office debut, but estimates vary widely regarding how much it Pennywise may pull down this time around.
The Kino Lorber Blu-ray release of Stephen King’s 1993 Needful Things comes in the midst of Hollywood’s current remake fever. With such projects as Carrie (2013), It (2017), Pet Sematary (2019) and the upcoming It: Chapter Two (2019), this author’s works continue to draw movie audiences and infuse the horror genre as they had during the 1980s and 90s. Revisiting this original production of King’s 1991 novel - whereupon the devil comes to visit the small Maine town of Castle Rock - one is reminded why both his novels and films alike are regarded as iconic horror set pieces.
Following along on the heels of previous successes such as Carrie (1973), The Shining (1980), Pet Sematary (1989), and Misery (1990) - and released only a year before the iconic Shawshank Redemption (1994) - Needful Things shares many similarities to King’s other works. Meditating on the theme of human evil, this film puts the
Online tributes have been pouring in for the late actress, who graced the big screen in such films as “Freebie and the Bean” (1974) and “Chapter Two” (1979), and earned a Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Play for her turn as actress Tallulah Bankhead in “Looped.”
Even when she was down she danced and showed the world that
Her family told Kabc-tv entertainment reporter George Pennacchio that Harper had been in a coma for a while before succumbing,
The veteran TV and stage actress was best known for playing sidekick Rhoda Morgenstern on CBS The Mary Tyler Moore Show, then taking the character into her own popular spinoff, Rhoda.
She also starred in the 1980s sitcom, Valerie, which — thanks to some head-butting over creative control with the show producers – saw Harper’s character killed off as an explanation for her exiting the show. It then morphed into Valerie’s Family and later was retitled The Hogan Family.
Harper also had recurring roles on The Office and The Simpsons.
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