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VIDEO: Watch Helen McCrory & Tom Burke in THE DEEP BLUE SEA with National Theatre at Home- Streaming Today!

National Theatre at Home is back this week withTerence Rattigan's The Deep Blue Sea. Helen McCrory and director Carrie Cracknell reunite following the acclaimed Medea in 2014. The Deep Blue Sea is streaming from 7pm UK time 2pm EDT today throughThursday, July 16. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: UK, Theatre, Carrie Cracknell, Tom Burke, Deep Blue Sea, Helen McCrory, BWW News Desk, Rattigan


Ranking the Shark Smarts of Horror’s Most Pernicious Predators

Sharks have been terrorizing big screen beaches for decades—way more than they do in real life, actually. But in Hollywood, you have to be more than just a regular old shark to get a fin up on the humans. Sometimes, being a movie shark means you’re a smarter predator. Other times, it leads you to make very bad shark…Read more...
Tags: Hollywood, Science, Sharks, Sharknado, Jaws, Deep Blue Sea, The Shallows, The Meg


Trailer for Unwanted Sequel 'Deep Blue Sea 3' Brings the CGI Sharks

"Those sharks have been altered, engineered! They're not sharks!" Wait, there is a Deep Blue Sea 2? When? Warner Bros has released an official trailer for Deep Blue Sea 3, another sequel in the shark action horror movie series that none of us knew was really a series. The first movie, Deep Blue Sea, opened in 1999. Then sequel came out in 2018, but it was a terrible direct-to-DVD sequel and it's utter trash. This new one looks just as trashy, just as terrible, but perhaps somewhat enjoyable ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Warner Bros, Richard, Deep Blue Sea, To Watch, Emma Collins, Reina Aoi, Unwanted Sequel Deep Blue Sea, CGI Sharks


This Week In Trailers: Athlete A, Looks That Kill, Foodie Love, The Racer, Say I Do

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we hunt a human predator, ride competitively on our Huffy, put a spin on drop-dead gorgeous, go on a delicious blind date, and find ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, France, Ireland, This Week In Trailers, Movie Trailers, Indianapolis Star, Alex, Lance Armstrong, Jeffrey Epstein, Bonni Cohen, Jon Shenk, Kellen Moore, Huffy, Nassar, USA Gymnastics


‘Deep Blue Sea 3’ Trailer: Who’s Hat Will Be Like a Shark’s Fin This Time?

We can all agree that Deep Blue Sea is a fun movie, right? Is it a masterpiece? Oh, heavens, no! But it’s an entertaining yarn about genetically enhanced sharks chowing down on some unlucky humans, and sometimes, that’s all you need. Believe it or not, there’s a Deep Blue Sea sequel that went right to home media. And now, there’s another sequel. That’s right, it’s time for Deep Blue Sea 3, baby. We are truly #blessed. Deep Blue Sea 3 Trailer Released in 1999, Deep Blue Sea followed a gr...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Mozambique, Movie Trailers, Samuel L Jackson, Emma, Miya, Deep Blue Sea, John Pogue, Emma Collins, Bull Sharks, Tania Raymonde, Deep Blue Sea 3, Richard Lowell, Nathaniel Buzolic


Deep Blue Sea 3 Coming to Shelves in August

Deep Blue Sea 3 coming to shelves in August Nearly 20 years after the Thomas Jane-led sci-fi shark thriller became a box office smash, Warner Bros. brought the world of Deep Blue Sea back with a direct-to-video sequel in 2018 and now have announced Deep Blue Sea 3, which is set to hit digital platforms in July and physical shelves in August! The trailer can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: You Should Have Left Featurette Debuts Ahead of Thursday Release PB ...
Tags: UK, Movies, Norman Reedus, Mozambique, Warner Bros, Emma, Miya, Thomas Jane, Deep Blue Sea, John Pogue, ComingSoon, Michael Swan, The Deep Blue Sea, Emma Collins, Bull Sharks, Richard Lowell


9 Ex-streamly Radical '90s Genre Movies You Can Watch Right Now on HBO Max

HBO Max has been met with a collective shrug so far, but not all is lost for the new streamer: turns out it’s got a decent enough selection of genre movies from the 1990s. Random? Yes! Full of clumsy early CGI, heavy-handed themes, and corny theme songs? Also yes! Read more...
Tags: Science, Armageddon, Michael Bay, Soldier, Streaming, 90s, Keanu Reeves, Nostalgia, Nicolas Cage, Steel, City Of Angels, Kurt Russell, Deep Blue Sea, Shaquille ONeal, House on Haunted Hill, HBO Max


Melissa And Doug Deep Blue Sea Children’s Book And Puzzle Set For $6.99 From Amazon

Melissa And Doug Deep Blue Sea Children’s Book And Puzzle Set For $6.99 From Amazon This has never sold for less than $9.99 and has great 4.6 star ratings. Boxed set with 10-page Deep Blue Sea board book and cardboard jigsaw puzzle Board book features cute illustrations and fun facts about eight ocean creatures (octopus, […]
Tags: Amazon, Deals, Deep Blue Sea, Melissa And Doug Deep, Blue Sea Children, Melissa And Doug Deep Blue Sea


Apple Celebrates Earth Day 2020 With App Store Feature

Every year on April 22 we celebrate Earth Day in support of environmental causes, and during a normal year, Apple goes all out with Earth Day-related initiatives, green leaf logos on Apple retail stores, green T-shirts for employees, Earth Day Apple Watch challenges, and more. This year, amid the ongoing health crisis, Apple's celebrations are muted, as with retail stores closed, there's no opportunity for in-store celebrations. Instead, Apple is promoting Earth Day-related apps in its App St...
Tags: Apple, Disney, App Store, Green Kitchen, Earth Day, Mirai, Deep Blue Sea, Earth Day Apple


Why South Africa couldn’t possibly have come up with a more appropriate end to their tour of India than Lungi Ngidi’s bizarre golden duck

South Africa’s series in microcosm (via Fox Sports) Don’t know if you’ve seen, but South Africa have been in India playing some Test matches. They haven’t had a wonderful time. They lost the toss every time, and every time they played in such a way that it was very obvious that the toss didn’t actually matter at all. Maybe if Faf du Plessis had called differently they’d have lost by ten wickets instead of by an innings or something like that, but in the grand scheme of things t...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, India, South Africa, Vernon Philander, Kagiso Rabada, Elgar, Faf du Plessis, Umesh Yadav, Nadeem, Deep Blue Sea, India cricket news, Lungi Ngidi, Dane Piedt, Keshav Maharaj


Wes Montgomery: Back on Indy

Back in 2012, Resonance producer Zev Feldman was contacted by Brook Reindollar, who worked with Carroll DeCamp, an Indianapolis pianist and self-taught arranger. Reindollar said he had digital audio tapes (DAT) of guitarist Wes Montgomery that the late DeCamp recorded in Indianapolis. Reindollar had been passed along to Zev by Lewis Porter, a jazzz historian, professor of music at Rutgers University and pianist. That's how most "old tape" mysteries begin today—with an email to record producers ...
Tags: Indianapolis, Jazz, Miles Davis, Montgomery, Wes Montgomery, Rutgers University, Riverside, Zev, Walker, CTI, Indiana Avenue, Horace Silver, Deep Blue Sea, Kind of Blue, Marc Myers, Zev Feldman


Twiggy, Terry and John

This week in The Wall Street Journal, I interviewed Twiggy (go here), who in 1966 as a 16-year-old English model revolutionized fashion and captured the pop innocence of the global female youth market. She also wound up on the cover of David Bowie's Pin Ups album and in The Blues Brothers movie, among many other places. Twiggy talked about her home in a London suburb, how she came to add those lines under her eyes, why her parents let her leave school to model, and how she wound up in front ...
Tags: London, Australia, Boston, Los Angeles, Barcelona, David Bowie, Jazz, Dallas, John Coltrane, John, West Coast, Terry, Wall Street Journal, Joan, Don, U S State Department


A ROOM AWAY FROM THE WOLVES: An Interview with Nova Ren Suma (& Giveaway)

Today we are thrilled to present an interview with long-standing Book Smuggler favorite Nova Ren Suma and a giveaway to celebrate her newest novel, A Room Away from the Wolves. We’ve been huge fans of Nova’s since reading and loving her eerie first novel Imaginary Girls, and love her trademark lyrical prose, combined with feminist themes and powerful, flawed, fully-dimensioned characters. Naturally, we jumped at the chance to interview her about her newest novel, which blends magical realism and...
Tags: Giveaways, Books, New York, New York City, US, New York Times, Manhattan, Columbia University, Philadelphia, Young Adult, Monet, Jane Eyre, Jane, Greenwich Village, Long Island Railroad, Bertha


‘The Meg’, ‘Rampage’ and the Problem With 2018’s Giant Monster Movies

A couple of times this year at the movies, I’ve found myself thinking about one of the great lines from one of the great movies about the movies. “Wallace Beery! Wrestling picture! Whaddya need, a road map?” So goes the snappy one-liner from Michael Lerner’s cynical studio executive in the Joel and Ethan Coen masterpiece Barton Fink , and so it echoed in my head as I sat, disappointed, through two different-but-not-exactly genre films. In April, the film was Rampage . Last week, the...
Tags: Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Office, Features, Jackson, Johnson, Rampage, Jason Statham, Samuel L Jackson, Meg, Joel, Warner Bros Pictures, WB, Ethan Coen, Lerner, Statham


The 10 Best Shark Movies

The 10 Best Shark movies With The Meg coming out this weekend (read our review here), it’s a good time to dive back into the ocean for a quick shark movie recap. Whether you’re long in the tooth, or just growing your chompers, this list is loaded with flicks that will make you think twice about swimming in the ocean again. No, seriously. Shark Attack 3: Megalodon Release: 2002 Stars: John Barrowman, Jenny McShane, Ryan Cutrona Rotten Tomatoes: 20% from Critics, 49% from Audiences There a...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Blake Lively, Los Angeles, Dreamworks Animation, Michael Caine, Will Smith, Smith, Jack Black, Mandy Moore, Bahamas, Spielberg, John Williams, Steven Spielberg, Sharknado, Jaws


The best way to watch Jason Statham's new giant shark movie, 'The Meg,' is in a theater where water drips on you and the seats move

Jason Statham's new giant-shark movie, "The Meg," is a fun action movie, but is best seen in 4DX, where the seats move and you're sprayed by water. The water effects were a tad disappointing, but you're not going to find that in any other theater experience. The movie is best seen in a theater with an engaged audience looking for a good time, and 4DX heightens that.   The new giant-shark movie, "The Meg," from "National Treasure" director John Turteltaub, is a dumb, fun action movie that's p...
Tags: Trends, Jason Statham, Samuel L Jackson, Meg, National Treasure, Deep Blue Sea, 4DX, John Turteltaub, Jonas Taylor Statham, Rainn Wilson The Meg


Summer’s Monster Movie Features Jason Statham And A Humongous Prehistoric Shark

If you like the "Deep Blue Sea" genre of filmmaking, this Jason Statham vehicle is perfect for you.
Tags: News, Jason Statham, Deep Blue Sea


The Meg Review

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Rating: 6.5 / 10 Cast: Jason Statham as Jonas Taylor Bingbing Li as Suyin Rainn Wilson as Morris Cliff Curtis as Mac Winston Chao as Zhang Sophia Cai as Meiying Ruby Rose as Jaxx Page Kennedy as DJ Robert Taylor as Heller Ólafur Darri Ólafsson as The Wall Jessica McNamee as Lori Masi Oka as Toshi Directed by Jon Turteltaub Summary: The Meg is based on the novel by Steve Alten. While most of the world believes that the Marianas Trench is the deepest part of the ocean, a ...
Tags: Asia, Movies, Mac, California, Horror, Movie Reviews, Thailand, Jason Statham, Robert Taylor, Jonas, Kennedy, Sharknado, Dwight Schrute, Rainn Wilson, Ruby Rose, Meg


‘Deep Blue Sea’ Honest Trailer: The Sharks Are Smart, But the Movie is Dumb

With The Meg chomping into theaters this weekend, you can’t help but think back on all the other shark movies that come along every few years, each trying to put their own creative spin on what Steven Spielberg already perfected with Jaws. And in the case of Deep Blue Sea, what we got were intelligent sharks that weren’t going to be duped by chum and barrels. But that doesn’t mean the movie surrounding these sharks was any less dumb. But we’ll let the Deep Blue Sea Honest Trailer break that dow...
Tags: Movies, Lol, Honest Trailers, Samuel L Jackson, Steven Spielberg, Meg, Deep Blue Sea, Video Of The Day


Now Scream This: Science Gone Wrong!

(Welcome to Now Scream This, a column where horror experts Chris Evangelista and Matt Donato tell you what scary, spooky, and spine-tingling movies are streaming and where you can watch them.) Matt: If anything can be learned from this week’s “Now Scream This,” I’m left with two lessons. One: humanity needs to accept its universal role and stop tampering with unknown forces. Two: never let Chris pick all his movies first because there will be nothing left. Sci-fi horror has always been less ...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Features, David Cronenberg, Army, Jack, Michael Keaton, Chris, Species, Matt, Frankenstein, Greg Grunberg, Victor Frankenstein, Astron


12 Monkeys, Killjoys, and Wynonna Earp Premiere Dates Revealed

12 Monkeys, Killjoys, and Wynonna Earp premiere dates revealed SYFY has announced their upcoming summer schedule today, which includes the return of scripted TV shows 12 Monkeys on Friday June 15, with Wynonna Earp and Killjoys set to air back-to-back on Friday July 10. Plus the return of Sharknado Week running from August 12 to August 19 with the final entry in the hit film franchise set to premiere that Sunday. In Season 4 of 12 Monkeys, James Cole (Aaron Stanford) and Dr. Cassandra Railly ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, Syfy, Earth, TV News, 12 Monkeys, Sharknado, Killjoys, Wyatt Earp, Wyatt, Deep Blue Sea, Anthony C Ferrante, Wynonna, Cassandra Railly Amanda Schull, IDW Publishing


Now Scream This: The Best Spring Break Horror Movies Streaming Right Now

(Welcome to Now Scream This, a column where horror experts Chris Evangelista and Matt Donato tell you what scary, spooky, and spine-tingling movies are streaming and where you can watch them.) Matt: In striving to become more theme-driven with our bimonthly streaming choices, Chris and I landed on a “Spring Break” concept for this first offering of May. Sorority girls in bikinis, slashers with a thirst for vacation-crashing, outdoor carnage – Horror 101 type stuff. You’d be correct to assume V...
Tags: Movies, Australia, Horror, Christopher Lee, Features, Eli Roth, Nicolas Cage, Bill Paxton, Adam Scott, John Mayer, Chris, Gore, Matt, Pete, Jimmy Buffett, Nuff


The Best Scifi Movies to Watch When You're Seriously Stoned

Marijuana can make a bad movie good and a good movie great. But it’s got to be the right movie, one with ideas you can explore more deeply, or absurdity you can appreciate more naturally. The balance is delicate, just like picking the right kind of weed. As today is 4/20, we’ve created a list of films to watch when…Read more...
Tags: Science, Weed, Marijuana, Moon, 2001 A Space Odyssey, Dune, Jupiter Ascending, Inception, Galaxy Quest, Space Jam, Deep Blue Sea, Zardoz, Primer, Total Recall, Event Horizon, Honey I Shrunk The Kids


Exclusive Deep Blue Sea 2 Clip Attacks

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Exclusive Deep Blue Sea 2 clip attacks Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has provided ComingSoon.net with a shark-tastic exclusive clip from Deep Blue Sea 2, the sequel to the hit theatrical thriller arriving on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital on April 17. Check out the exclusive Deep Blue Sea 2 clip below! Click here to pre-order Deep Blue Sea 2 on Blu-ray! In Deep Blue Sea 2, shark conservationist Dr. Misty Calhoun (Danielle Savre) is invited to consult on a new, top s...
Tags: Movies, Navy, Horror, Digital, Exclusive, House Party, Durant, Calhoun, SRP, Deep Blue Sea, Warner Bros Home Entertainment, ComingSoon, Movie News, Michael Beach, Renny Harlin, Darin Scott


Plastic-Free, Zero Waste Movement Gains Traction, Slowly

Like curbing carbon-dioxide emissions before it, recycling plastic waste has become table stakes in the environmental movement and, thus, to sustainability-sensitive brands as well. Ekoplaza has become the latest brand to tie its reputation to efforts to curb or round up plastic waste that ends up everywhere on the planet from landfills to the Deep Blue Sea. The upmarket Dutch supermarket has introduced a plastic-free concept store where shoppers can find all sorts of CPG goods but not a smidge...
Tags: Europe, Japan, UK, New York, Uncategorized, Advertising, Adidas, CSR, Sustainability, Eu, Theresa May, Retail, North America, Montreal, Fmcg, Erik


‘Deep Blue Sea 2’ Trailer Unleashes Remote Control Sharks

Remember Deep Blue Sea? The 1999 movie starring Samuel L. Jackson and some super-smart sharks? Well, there is now a Deep Blue Sea 2, with even more super-smart shark action to sink your jaws into, courtesy of Syfy. If you think this is a joke, check out the Deep Blue Sea 2 trailer below. In 1999, the film Deep Blue Sea introduced us to the immortal words, “my hat is like a shark’s fin.” Now, almost 20 years later, here comes Deep Blue Sea 2, the highly-anticipated follow-up film that asks th...
Tags: Movies, Syfy, Thriller, Sequels, Movie Trailers, Samuel L Jackson, Deep Blue Sea, Action/Adventure, Michael Beach, Renny Harlin, Darin Scott, Deep Blue Sea 2, Danielle Savre, Control Sharks, Calhoun Danielle Savre, Carl Durant Michael Beach


Watch The Trailer For The Delightfully Low-Budget Sequel to Deep Blue Sea

The sharks are back. And this time, they’re as smart as they were last time. Read more...
Tags: Science, Syfy, Sharknado, Deep Blue Sea, Deep Blue Sea 2


Bargain & Daily Book Deals 08/30/17

Today on Amazon’s Gold Box, get up to 50% Off on Kids, Sports & Fashion Watches for Back to School, 43% Off on select BLACK+DECKER drill kits and up to 32% Off on HP Omen Gaming Laptops and Desktops. Bargain Picks Martha’s American Food: A Celebration of Our Nation’s Most Treasured Dishes, from Coast to Coast ($2.99 Kindle), by Martha Stewart [Clarkson Potter] A love letter to American food, Martha Stewart, who has so significantly influenced the American table, collects her favorite nation...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Audiobooks, Books, Science Fiction, Romance, Horror, Washington, Martha Stewart, Lgbt, India, Fantasy, Cyberpunk, Self-help, Holocaust, Alaska


/Answers: Our Favorite Horror Movie Jump Scares

Every week in /Answers, we attempt to answer a new pop culture-related question. Tying in with the upcoming release of Annabelle: Creation, this week’s edition asks “What is your favorite horror movie jump scare?” As always, we have submissions from the /Film writing crew and podcast team. Chris Evangelista: The Exorcist III A sequel to The Exorcist seems like a bad idea, and Exorcist II: The Heretic was just that – bad. Yet there was still some fire left in the franchise, as evident by ...
Tags: Movies, Features, Signs, House, Jesus, Mel Gibson, Joaquin Phoenix, REC, Answers, Kerr, Mulholland Drive, William Peter Blatty, Quint, Deep Blue Sea, Giddens, The Innocents


Akiva Goldsman Developing ‘Rainbow Six’ Movie, Courting Ryan Reynolds to Star

Akiva Goldsman, the ever-busy screenwriter/producer/director who has managed to win an Oscar, run the Transformers writers room, and direct the legitimately insane Winter’s Tale, has added a trio of new projects to his plate. But while a film franchise based on the young adult Ologies series and an adaption of the comic book Avengelyne will prove interesting to some parties, one piece of news can’t help but stand out beyond the others. Goldsman is developing a big screen version of the Tom Clan...
Tags: Movies, Navy, Fantasy, Earth, Star, Thriller, Batman, Deadpool, Ryan Reynolds, Paramount Pictures, Liev Schreiber, Paramount, Chris, Robin, Tom Clancy, Clancy