Working Title Acquires Theatrical Rights to Library of ‘Famous Five’ Author Enid Blyton: Report Variety – Music

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U.K. production company Working Title has acquired theatrical rights to the library of children’s author Enid Blyton, whose books include “The Famous Five” series. Working Title plans to launch a live-action franchise based on the books, Deadline reported Friday. Working Title’s Eric Fellner and Tim Bevan will produce. The deal ….Read More Via: VARIETY – Read more

New Full-Length Whiplash Trailer Arrives Empire Magazine

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Miles Teller suffers a beating for the beat You’ve likely already seen the first clip from Whiplash, the Sundance award-winner that comes bearing positive buzz and plenty of praise for director Damien Chazelle and stars Miles Teller and JK Simmons. The initial trailer, which shows more of the film’s ….Read More Via: EMPIRE MAGAZINE

Hammer Opens The Winchester Mystery House Empire Magazine

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Spierig Brothers prepare for a haunting Winchester. So much to answer for. Haunted mansion connoisseurs will be aware of the sprawling and bizarre Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California. Its doors are now set to be opened by Hammer, in a new film, simply titled Winchester, to be written ….Read More Via: EMPIRE MAGAZINE

New Clip From Football Animation The Unbeatables Empire Magazine

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Fuss in boots Juan José Campanella, the Argentine director behind 2009′s ace crime thriller The Secret In Their Eyes, is back with, well, something a little different. The Unbeatables is a family animation that, as you can probably tell from this new clip, is almost entirely bereft of murders and government ….Read More Via: EMPIRE Read more

Comic-Con: First Poster For Leprechaun Prequel Empire Magazine

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Leprechaun: Origins goes back to the old country Back in 2012, Lionsgate made the surprise announcement that, as part of its beautiful new friendship with WWE Studios, it was developing a reboot of the mind-boggling Leprechaun franchise. VFX veteran Zach Lipovsky was placed in the director’s chair a year later, and ….Read More Via: EMPIRE Read more