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Jason Blum Is As Upset As You No One Saw Upgrade, Offers Update On TV Adaptation

"Upgrade" is getting an upgrade. When the bonkers-in-Yonkers sci-fi action film, written and directed by Leigh Whannell, released in 2018, it received a pithy welcome at the box office, though critics like /Film's Matt Donato had a good time with it. Whannell moved onto his bombshell hit "The Invisible Man" in 2020, and now that the dust has settled on the (pardon the pun) universal fanfare and praise surrounding the resurrected Universal Monsters franchise-launcher, the writer-director has sign...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Leigh Whannell, Jason Blum, Chris Anderson, Grey, Yonkers, Tim Walsh, Blumhouse, Blum, Asha, Logan Marshall Green, Marshall Green, Matt Donato, James Roland


Intrusion: Freida Pinto & Logan Marshall-Green to Star in Netflix’s Home Invasion Film

Intrusion: Freida Pinto & Logan Marshall-Green to Star in Netflix’s Home Invasion Film According to The Hollywood Reporter, BAFTA nominee Freida Pinto (Slumdog Millionaire) and Upgrade star Logan Marshall-Green have been tapped for the leading roles in Netflix‘s forthcoming thriller film titled Intrusion, which centers around a home invasion. This marks Pinto’s third collaboration with the streamer after she first starred in this year’s romantic comedy film Love Wedding Repeat and will also n...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Ethan Hawke, Streaming, Danny Boyle, Glenn Close, Amy Adams, Tom Sturridge, Ron Howard, Pinto, Freida Pinto, Andie Macdowell, Blumhouse, Karyn Kusama, Adam Salky, Michael Loccisano Getty


‘Adopt a Highway’ Review: An Honest, Open-Road Ballad About Life’s Unpredictability [SXSW]

Actor Logan Marshall-Green ’s directorial debut Adopt A Highway feels tailor-made for Austin’s South by Southwest Film Festival. It has nothing to do with horror, mind you, despite Blumhouse’s production banner. What could double as an acoustic country ballad whispers a nomad folk tale about one simple task: getting by. Indie bloodlines run through Marshall-Green’s jailhouse poetry without overly romanticized narratives, more appropriately about passing moments than revelations. It’s about mu...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, America, Austin, Movie Reviews, Ethan Hawke, Anna, Sxsw, Independent, Jason Isbell, Tony, Hawke, Russell, Ella, Blumhouse


Now Stream This: ‘The Master’, ‘Horror Noire’, ‘High Flying Bird’, ‘Child’s Play’, and More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) Greetings, movie watchers. It’s time for another edition of Now Stream This, where I attempt to bring you an eclectic mix of movies streaming right this very moment. This week, we have one of Paul Thomas Anderson’s best films; a fantastic horror documentary; a Steven Soderbergh flick shot on an iPhone; a horror classic; a documentary that will make...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Comedy, New York, Television, Movies, Drama, Horror, Sci-fi, Reagan, Upgrade, Features, Brooklyn, Thriller, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ethan Hawke


Celebrity Doppelgängers That'll Make You Do A Double Take

Photo: Steve Granitz/WireImage. It's almost eerie how much some celebrities resemble each other. Just look at the star of Netflix's Sex Education, British actress Maeve Wiley — she looks just like Margot Robbie. Enough so that when you Google her name, Margot Robbie's name pops up right after it. But these two actresses both share high cheekbones, they aren't related at all, and probably haven't even met (yet.) Yet, the two of them could easily share a passport or star in a madcap series of...
Tags: Google, Fashion, Music, France, Ben Affleck, Netflix, Selma, Timothy Olyphant, Harry Potter, Jon Stewart, Harry, Chris Pratt, Tom Cruise, Margot Robbie, Helen Mirren, Kris Jenner


‘Upgrade’ director Leigh Whannell talks low-budget worldbuilding

Upgrade tells the story of a Grey Trace, a man in the near future who’s left quadriplegic after a car accident and mugging. Following an interlude that sees Grey struggling with his new disability, an experimental computer chip called Stem is placed in his spinal cord, which it doesn’t just allow him control of his limbs again — it turns him into something close to a superhero, ready to track down the men who paralyzed him and murdered his wife. The film, which comes out today in the United S...
Tags: TC, Media, Entertainment, New York City, Tech, Upgrade, Star Trek, United States, Sydney, Manhattan, Melbourne, Leigh Whannell, Bondi Beach, Grey, Gray, Logan


‘Upgrade’ director Leigh Wannell talks low-budget worldbuilding

Upgrade tells the story of a Grey Trace, a man in the near future who’s left quadriplegic after a car accident and mugging. Following an interlude that sees Grey struggling with his new disability, an experimental computer chip called Stem is placed in his spinal cord, which it doesn’t just allow him control of his limbs again — it turns him into something close to a superhero, ready to track down the men who paralyzed him and murdered his wife. The film, which comes out today in the United S...
Tags: TC, Media, Entertainment, New York City, Tech, Upgrade, Star Trek, United States, Sydney, Manhattan, Melbourne, Bondi Beach, Grey, Gray, Logan, Melbourne Australia


‘Damnation’ Trailer: A TV Blood War from the Director of ‘Hell or High Water’

Before even watching the trailer for USA’s new drama, Damnation, one name attached to the show already had me sold: David Mackenzie. The director of Hell or High Water, Starred Up, and Perfect Sense directed the pilot of Damnation, which pits brother against brother and the rich against the poor in the 1930s. In the first trailer for the James Mangold-produced series, the epic setting, the blood feud, the class warfare, and the shootouts show off material perfectly suited for the director of He...
Tags: Usa, Movies, Drama, Snowden, Western, Hell, Thriller, Iowa, Oliver Stone, Leigh Whannell, Turner, Davenport, Cinemax, TV Trailer, Marshall Green, James Mangold


GALLERY: Clanton Holds off Sheppard at Cherokee

Gaffney, SC- Former World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series Champion Shane Clanton would not be denied in front of a capacity crowd at Cherokee Speedway last Friday.  Clanton led all 50 laps on the way to his second WoO LM win of the season. Current series point leader Brandon Sheppard almost stole the show from Clanton as he closed the gap in the final laps.  Sheppard jumped to the outside and pulled even with Clanton, but could not make the pass. “This is a testament to my crew guys...
Tags: Featured, Eric Wells, Gaffney, Sheppard, Cherokee, Clanton, LM, Marshall Green, Brandon Sheppard, Shane Clanton, Cherokee Speedway, Clements House of Power, Jonathan Davenport, Chub Frank


Jack’s Top 10 Movies of 2016: Here Come the Waterworks

At times, 2016 was an emotionally exhausting year at the movies. We saw plenty of tearjerkers and great, empathetic filmmaking over the past 12 months. 2016 was a rare time where I could often sense crowds were mostly on the same page. Sitting in a huge audience, and feeling that nearly everyone else is captivated by the same story, is a great experience, one that doesn’t happen frequently — but I think it was something I was lucky enough to see occur more than a few times in 2016, thanks to so...
Tags: Comedy, Texas, Movies, Drama, Sci-fi, David, Thriller, Manchester, Emma Stone, Richard Linklater, Ryan Gosling, Musical, Amy Adams, Jack, Mia, Whiplash


‘Prometheus’ Actor Logan Marshall-Green to Star in Sci-Fi Movie ‘Stem’

“Prometheus” star Logan Marshall-Green is toplining in science-fiction movie “Stem” with Leigh Whannell directing from his own script. Marshall-Green will portray a man in a near-future world who uses an experimental computer chip to avenge his wife’s murder and his own injury. Production companies are Blumhouse in association with Goalpost Pictures Australia. The movie will... Read more »
Tags: News, Film, Stem, Leigh Whannell, Blumhouse, Logan Marshall Green, Marshall Green


‘Orange Is The New Black’ Star Joins ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ As The Tinkerer

Michael Chernus has joined the cast of Spider-Man: Homecoming, and will play one of the film’s villains. Chernus, best known for playing Cal Chapman on Orange Is The New Black, is set to play Phineas Mason aka the Tinkerer in the film. Learn more, after the jump. Deadline broke the news that Chernus would be joining the Jon Watts-directed film, playing a second villain opposite Michael Keaton‘s Vulture. Chernus’ credits also include Captain Phillips, Aloha, The Bourne Legacy and Manhattan. ...
Tags: Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Casting, Marvel, Sony, Manhattan, Stan Lee, Marvel Studios, Michael Keaton, Comic Con, Keaton, Mason, New Black, Osborn, Kevin Feige, Tom Holland


‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Adds Martin Starr and Logan Marshall-Green

Sony’s little corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is starting to fill up. Following Tuesday’s news that Donald Glover would be swinging by, Spider-Man: Homecoming has added two more supporting players. Logan Marshall-Green, best known for starring in Prometheus and for not being Tom Hardy, will join Michael Keaton on the side of evil. And Martin Starr of Silicon Valley has boarded in yet another mystery role. Tom Holland leads the superhero adventure directed by Jon Watts (Cop Car).  The ...
Tags: Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Casting, Brooklyn, Sony, Holland, Silicon Valley, Tom Hardy, Marvel Studios, Michael Keaton, Starr, Zendaya, Sxsw, Keaton, Donald Glover, Tom Holland


Logan Marshall-Green in Talks to Join Michael Keaton in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' (Exclusive)

Keaton is playing the main bad guy in the movie and Marshall-Green would swing in as an evildoer alongside him. read more
Tags: Movies, Michael Keaton, Keaton, THR Online, Heat Vision, Logan Marshall Green, Marshall Green


‘The Invitation’ Trailer: It’s My Party and I’ll Die If I Want To

If you’re the kind of person who already hates parties and social gatherings, Karyn Kusama‘s The Invitation is going to press your buttons in a very specific and unsettling way. This small-scale, slow-burning, intense gem is a special kind of cinematic nightmare – the one-location thriller where escape simply isn’t an option. Drafthouse Films has released a new trailer for The Invitation and it’s a good one, playing up the film’s mystery and tension while side-stepping its various twists and tu...
Tags: Horror, David, Thriller, Movie Trailers, Tom Hardy, Will, Kusama, Hollywood Hills, Michiel Huisman, Karyn Kusama, Drafthouse Films, My Party, Logan Marshall Green, The Invitation, Marshall Green, Karyn Kusama Girlfight Jennifer


‘The Invitation’ Poster: There is Nothing to Be Afraid of

I had to include Karyn Kusama‘s The Invitation on my most anticipated movies of 2016 list. Even though I have already seen the film, I had to give it a shout-out. Kusama’s dramatic thriller is an excellent movie, a story that’s bound to grow richer on repeat viewings. With The Invitation opening in theaters next month, Drafthouse Films is kindly letting us debut the poster for the film. Check out The Invitation poster below. Hopefully the marketing for Kusama’s picture continues to preserve ...
Tags: Drama, David, Thriller, Poster, Will, Jennifer, Kusama, Hollywood Hills, Michiel Huisman, Karyn Kusama, Drafthouse Films, Logan Marshall Green, The Invitation, Marshall Green, Karyn Kusama Girlfight Jennifer, Will Logan Marshall Green Prometheus