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The 31 Scariest Movie Scenes Ever

Everyone loves a good scare, and there are plenty of them — a century of horror movies has seen to that. If there's something out there that unsettles you, makes your skin crawl, or convinces you to sleep with the lights on, there's almost certainly a film that taps into it. There's no shortage of good horror movies or scares. But what about the great ones? Hell, what about the greatest ones? As the days grow shorter and the nights grow cooler, we decided to tackle that question directly. /Film ...
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Jason Momoa Shares Behind-the-Scenes Look at ‘Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom’ at DC FanDome

The King of Atlantis has officially returned and star Jason Momoa wants “Aquaman” fans to know that the “tides are changing.” As part of the 2021 DC FanDome virtual celebration on Saturday,” Momoa led fans behind-the-scenes of production on the superhero sequel. The sneak peek footage begins with Momoa driving onto set for his first […]
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Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom Breakdown: Let's Dive Deep Into The First Look

DC FanDome has not disappointed in the early hours this year, as we were treated to a first look at "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom," the much-anticipated sequel to 2018's "Aquaman." Despite the fact that production has only been underway for mere weeks, director James Wan, star Jason Momoa, and the folks at Warner Bros. brought us a jam-packed featurette giving us a healthy taste of what's to come. And we're here to break it down in detail. Let's dive in, shall we? A Deep Dive On Aquaman 2 p>Thet...
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Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom First Look Takes Us Back Under The Sea

Get ready to swim to the Lost Kingdom with Aquaman! Jason Momoa is back as the title character in DC's superhero sequel, "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom." Amid all the news coming out of DC FanDome this weekend, we got a first look at the new Aquaman movie, and it's here for your viewing pleasure.No longer just a "Seinfeld" or "Entourage" punchline, Aquaman became the hero of the highest-grossing DC movie worldwide after his first film landed in December 2018. By the time "Aquaman and the Lost Kin...
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Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Video Gives First Look at Black Manta

During Saturday’s DC FanDome event, the first official Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom video was shown off, giving fans a small taste at what to expect from the upcoming sequel. RELATED: Jason Momoa Starts Filming Aquaman 2 Today, Teases Hair Color Change You can check out the first look at the Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom video, which showcases some behind-the-scenes shots from the film, including the first look at Black Manta, below: Tenemos estas primeras imágenes de Mateen II #YahyaAbdulMat...
Tags: Video, Movies, Justice, Nicole Kidman, Batman, Dc, Warner Bros, Aquaman, Jason Momoa, Comic Book, Willem Dafoe, ComingSoon, Movie News, James Wan, Momoa, Pilou Asbaek


Dolph Lundgren Is Back In Tights On The Set Of Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom

He's fought Rocky. He's played He-Man. He's dated Grace Jones. He's been Expendable. And now he's red-haired and ruling an underwater kingdom. Actor Dolph Lundgren treated fans to a photo from the set of James Wan's upcoming "Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom," confirming that his character King Nereus will be returning to the "Aquaman" sequel. The "Universal Soldier" star looks to be wearing motion capture apparel, looking ready to shoot the film's next big underwater sequence. Posting through his o...
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Digital and Blu-Ray Details Revealed for James Wan’s Malignant

In case you missed its brief run on HBO Max, James Wan’s entertaining (and, frankly, underappreciated) horror film Malignant arrives for Premium Digital Ownership (including Movies Anywhere) at home on October 22, followed by a Blu-ray and DVD release beginning on November 30. RELATED: Malignant Trailer Previews James Wan’s Newest Horror Thriller Pic Director James Wan (The Conjuring, Aquaman, Furious 7) returns to his roots with this original horror thriller. The film is also from a screenplay ...
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Blumhouse Wolfman Movie Script Still In Development With Ryan Gosling

The script for Blumhouse Pictures remake of The Wolfman starring Ryan Gosling is still in development says producer Jason Blum. The Wolfman is one of the most iconic of the Universal Monsters, having first appeared in the 1941 film starring Lon Channey Jr. In 2010, a remake starring Benenco Tel Toro in the title role opened in theaters after a very troubled production to negative reviews and was a box-office bomb. After Universal attempted to relaunch their monster's property with the critical...
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DC FanDome 2021: All The Movies, TV Shows, And More We Can Expect To See

DC FanDome made quite the splash when it debuted its first event last year. For fans of superheroes and all of the surrounding jazz, the online event served as a shot of life when the world needed it most. Now, DC is bringing the event back for another go-around this weekend.With the event just around the corner, we're here to offer a look at all of the movies, TV shows, and video games that will be presenting during the four-hour, live-premiere event. While we don't have a precise schedule, we ...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Netflix, Ethan Hawke, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Batman, Warner Bros, Johnson, James Gunn, Cw, Michael Keaton, Jeff Lemire, Barry Allen, Bruce Timm


10 Horror Movies That Were Cursed In Real Life

Horror films make for particularly tortured productions. Historically, they have higher odds of spooking out their cast, crew, and audiences. The late '60s and the '70s were a particularly ripe time for genre films that unsettled both on and off camera; movies like "Rosemary's Baby," "The Exorcist," and "The Omen" were all released within 10 years of each other, and remain some of the best-regarded horror films of all time. As we'll see, these productions were also plagued by on-set strangeness,...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, West, Catholic, Charles Manson, Ed, Warner Bros, New England, Rosemary, Mia Farrow, Laura Linney, Indiewire, Lee, Annabelle, Eric


HBO Max’s Aquaman: King of Atlantis Clip Teases Arthur’s First Day as King

Ahead of its debut this Thursday, HBO Max has released an Aquaman: King of Atlantis clip for executive producer James Wan’s upcoming three-part animated miniseries, revealing the first four minutes of the first chapter. The video, which you can check out below, gives us a glimpse into Arthur’s first day as King which begins with an awkward silent treatment from the Atlantean citizens who see still him as an outsider. The limited series will be available for streaming on October 14, starting with...
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'Malignant' is now available on HBO Max while it's in theaters, but you only have until October 10 to stream it

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Annabelle Wallis in "Malignant." Warner Bros. "Malignant" debuted on September 10 in theaters and on HBO Max. The horror film is the latest release from James Wan, director of "The Conjuring" and "Saw." You need the HBO Max ad-free plan ($15/month) to stream it. Max (ad-free) (small) Halloween is approaching, and with it, comes a new batch of scary movies to enjoy at home and on the big screen. Kicking...
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9 Strangest Horror Movie Plot Twists That Made No Sense

Content Warning: The following article contains discussions of suicide.Horror movies are known for throwing curveballs at the audience. This can be something like an unexpected ending or a killer whose motivations were not what they seemed.Sometimes, the curveball isn't fully logical. There could be a plot twist revealing a villain that was obvious to everyone but the movie's cast of characters — or a strain in credibility that's just too much for the attentive viewer to buy. Either way, some pl...
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Salem’s Lot Movie Adds Three Young Actors to Cast

As production continues on Salem’s Lot in Boston, New Line Cinema is expanding the ensemble cast with the addition of three young actors. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Jordan Preston Carter (DMZ), Nicholas Crovetti (Big Little Lies), and Cade Woodward (Hawkeye) have been tapped to join the upcoming film adaptation of Stephen King’s classic horror novel. Carter is set to portray the role of 12-year-old Mark Petrie, who becomes a key member of the group fighting the evil. Meanwhile, Crov...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Stephen King, Jerusalem, Netflix, Salem, Vertigo, Carter, Woodward, Mears, New Line Cinema, ComingSoon, Movie News, James Wan, Gary Dauberman


Why Swamp Thing Was Canceled So Quickly — Here's What We Know

In 2019, DC fans were stunned when it was announced that "Swamp Thing" was canceled only five days after the first episode debuted. The series premiered on DC's streaming service, DC Universe, which has since evolved into DC Universe Infinite, and had earned predominantly positive reviews at the time of cancelation. Unfortunately, "Swamp Thing" was quickly doomed to become a one-season wonder -- and in a swirling mess of rumors and debunked theories, many fans are still left wondering just why t...
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The Scariest Scene In Satan's Slaves Will Have You Running For Safety

(Welcome to Scariest Scene Ever, a column dedicated to the most pulse-pounding moments in horror with your tour guides, horror experts Matt Donato and Ariel Fisher. In this edition: Matt pays homage to Satan's Slaves — one of the scariest horror movies out of Indonesia. Meanwhile, Ariel jumps several feet in the air.)The rise of Indonesian horror cinema is predominantly thanks to three formidable filmmaking forces: Timo Tjahjanto, Kimo Stamboel, and Joko Anwar. If you're unfamiliar, I highly rec...
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James Wan Reacts To Stephen King Praising Malignant

Stars -- they're just like us! They want senpai to notice them, too. "Saw" and "The Conjuring" creator James Wan, in a fit of fanboy zeal on Instagram, posted his reaction to horror novelist Stephen King's praise of his film.Under his IG handle "creepypuppet" (Hello, Billy!), Wan shared an Instagram screenshot of the "Doctor Sleep" novelist's good tidings. King, who needs no handle other than his name, tweeted, "I watched MALIGNANT on HBO and thought it was brilliant." Wan, clearly overwhelmed b...
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Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom Has Bigger Stakes And 'A Lot Of Comedy,' Jason Momoa Teases

Star Jason Momoa and director James Wan are currently in production on "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom," the sequel to their billion dollar-grossing DC superhero movie. Now, in a new interview, Momoa has done a metaphorical cannonball into the deep end of the pool and generated a new wave of excitement for the follow-up, teasing that it has higher stakes than the 2018 original, and that fans can expect "a lot of comedy" as well. We would expect nothing less from a franchise that has already shown ...
Tags: Movies, News, Aquaman, Jason Momoa, Manta, Duncan, Denis Villeneuve, James Wan, Momoa, Yahya Abdul Mateen II, Black Manta, Lost Kingdom, Jason Momoa Teases


The 10 Scariest Scenes From The Alien Franchise

Ridley Scott's "Alien" is a profound, seminal piece of science fiction and horror. In space, no one can truly hear you scream (per the first movie's official tagline), though just because it's unheard, it doesn't mean it's not there. With a profound scope, unmatched awe, gorgeous visuals, and bonafide body horror, the series is operatic, high-concept horror -- basically, a haunted house series set in space. With talented directors at the helm, the Alien series offers visions of a horrific future...
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Stephen King's Salem's Lot Casts A Key Role With A Very Interesting Actor

Lock your windows and string up the garlic, the next vampire movie just took another step towards your threshold. New Line Cinema's "Salem's Lot" just added Emmy and Tony Award nominee John Benjamin Hickey ("Hannibal") to the cast, to play the pivotal role of Father Callahan in the feature adaptation of Stephen King's original 1975 horror novel. The film is set to hit theaters September 9, 2022 under the Warner Bros. label.Hickey rounds out the previously-announced cast, which includes Lewis Pul...
Tags: London, Movies, News, Stephen King, Jerusalem, Manhattan, Salem, Cbs, Warner Bros, Emmy, TNT, Tony, Clark, Callahan, Dracula, Hickey


Online Horror Film Festival Nightstream Will Return

Genre fans, rejoice! The virtual Nightstream Film Festival is set to return for its second year, the full program has been announced. This year's Collaborative Virtual Event presented by the Boston Underground Film Festival, Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, North Bend Film Festival, and Overlook Film Festival will return October 7–13, 2021.  A Killer Lineup Of Features And Shorts Nightstream unveiled its program of films and special events set to take place virtually next month for U.S. audiences....
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17 Horror Movies Based On True Stories That Will Creep You Out

The phrase "based on true events," is guaranteed to generate hype for any horror movie. Horror is already meant to be terrifying, so declaring that it actually happened only ups a film's fear factor. It also generates a ton of buzz, as curious viewers want to know the story behind a film, as well as how true it actually is. After all, the world is a terrifying place. Serial killers like Ted Bundy and Jeffrey Dahmer targeted and killed young people to satiate their violent impulses. Claims regard...
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The Best TV Shows & Movies Leaving HBO Max In October 2021

HBO Max is doing as all streaming services do and refreshing its roster of titles ... again. This time the changes are coming mid-spooky season, so bringing in some new scares means shuffling some old ones out. Be they terrifying or heartwarming, there are many titles to check out before they go. Revisit them or enjoy them for the very first time while you still can. It's quite a hefty list of movies but have no fear, we've already picked out the best ones! Here are the must-see movies leaving H...
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You Can Buy The Conjuring House For $1.2 Million, But It's Probably Not A Good Idea

In the state of the current housing bubble, finding your dream home is a lot harder than it used to be. That is, unless you're in the market for a house that comes with its own set of otherworldly roommates. The site of the haunting that inspired James Wan's 2013 film "The Conjuring" is currently on the market for $1.2 million dollars. We're not talking about the house used for the set of the film, no. We're talking about the bonafide site of the actual haunting.The 3,0000 square foot Burrillvil...
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Game Of Thrones Actor Pilou Asbaek Is Heading To Salem's Lot, Where There Are No Dragons

Pilou Asbæk has a date with a vampire. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Danish thespian boards New Line Cinema's forthcoming adaptation of Stephen King's best-selling novel "Salem's Lot." Asbæk (we dare you to try writing that last name properly) will be playing the key role of Richard Straker, familiar to vampire baddie Kurt Barlow. After cutting his teeth for several years in his native country, Asbæk made a splash playing Scarlett Johansson's sleazy boyfriend in 2014's "Lucy" and then...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, News, Boston, Stephen King, Jerusalem, Bbc, Donald Sutherland, Salem, Scarlett Johansson, Sylvester Stallone, Lucy, Great Wall, Orient Express, Barlow, Johansson


Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom Expands Cast And Adds Mysterious New Character Stingray

"Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom," the sequel to the official, unquestionable best DCEU movie "Aquaman," has expanded its cast – and revealed a new character created specifically for the film. Randall Park, who briefly appeared in the first movie, has been confirmed to return. Meanwhile, new additions include Jani Zhao, Indya Moore, and Vincent Regan. Zhao's part is the character created specifically for the movie – someone named Stingray. We don't know if Stingray is friend or foe just yet, but th...
Tags: Movies, News, Stingray, Jason Momoa, Moore, Regan, Shin, Randall Park, Patrick Wilson, James Wan, Mera, Arthur Curry, Yahya Abdul Mateen II, Black Manta, Atlan, Stephen Shin


Salem’s Lot: Game of Thrones Vet Pilou Asbaek Joins Stephen King Pic

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Game of Thrones alum Pilou Asbæk has officially signed on for a key role in New Line Cinema’s forthcoming film adaptation of Stephen King’s classic horror novel Salem’s Lot. Production is currently underway in Boston. The Danish actor is set to portray the role of Richard Straker, a character previously portrayed by Oscar nominee James Mason in the 1979 miniseries, and by Golden Globe winner Donald Sutherland in the 2004 miniseries. Straker is the vampire’s f...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Boston, Stephen King, Jerusalem, Donald Sutherland, Salem, Vertigo, Golden Globe, Clark, Mears, James Mason, Blumhouse, New Line Cinema, Pilou Asbæk, Movie News


Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Adds Randall Park, Jani Zhao & More

Coming off from his well-received return as Agent Jimmy Woo in the acclaimed Marvel Cinematic Universe series WandaVision, it looks like Randall Park is ready to jump into another superhero universe in the form of James Wan’s Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Park has signed on to reprise his role as Dr. Stephen Shin in Warner Bros. Pictures’ upcoming DC sequel. Dr. Shin first appeared in the 2018 film, where fans had last seen him rescuing Black Manta during ...
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Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)"Aquaman" was released in December 2018. Despite the hero being at the wrong end of many jokes over the decades, it went on to become a huge success. In no small part thanks to star Jason Momoa's likability and portrayal of Arthur Curry, as well as director James Wan's vision for it. The movie was so successful that it amazingly ...
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Now Playing for The Six Weeks of Halloween

I like to try and get a feel for what’s Now Playing in theaters at some point during the Six Weeks of Halloween, but that can be more difficult than it sounds. Last year was clearly a bit of a fluke, given the whole worldwide pandemic thing and most theaters not even being open for business and all. Even in a normal year, a lot of horror movies have rather odd release schedules. There often aren’t many that are released during Halloween season. Weirdly, many big horror movies come out on the big...
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