Angel Has Fallen
When Olympus Has Fallen came out several years ago, no one expected that the film would start a potential trilogy of films. But behind an all-star cast and a badass Jack Bauer-type character, the adventures of Mike Banning became a new kind of franchise for Lionsgate. But is Angel Has Fallen another hit for the studio or is it time to let this angel fall?

Although the film is completely unnecessary, the film is still an entertaining mindless action extravaganza that you’ve come to expect from the franchise.

Angel Has Fallen follows Mike Banning, a secret service agent that’s on his last legs. After he is framed for attempting to assassinate the president, Banning must go on the run, prove he’s innocent, and bring those who framed him down.

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Much like London Has Fallen, Angel Has Fallen is another unnecessary sequel in the Fallen franchise. To its credit, the film tried to shake things up by stripping away all of Mike’s resources. Unfortunately, Angel‘s “hero gets framed” plotline is so generic and predictable. There are very little surprises since you can basically see them coming from miles away. It doesn’t try to reinvent the wheel in any way.

At the same time, the film tries to sympathize with its main villain by developing a relationship between the two. However, the friendship between the two needed more time to develop. You just can’t feel the connection between the two lifelong friends. So when it came to the final confrontation between the two, the drama just wasn’t there. This is definitely not a Winter Soldier/Captain America moment.

On top of all that, the film tries to establish that Mike Banning as a man that’s physically breaking down. Although it’s plausible that Mike is physically breaking down by going through hell in the first two films, this idea isn’t consistent at all. Mike goes through similar hell in Angel Has Fallen and yet, he shows very little signs of breaking down. It seems as if no further damage has been done to his body.

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But the Fallen franchise has always relied on its over-the-top, Michael Bay-style action scenes. The problem is that the “on-the-run” action scenes aren’t very exciting. In comparison to the other two films, they’re bland in terms of its entertainment value. In other words, don’t expect a lot of flashy and jaw-dropping action scenes.

Be that as it may, the film does a complete 180 when they finally introduce Nick Nolte into the film. Their father and son relationship is both hilarious and (a bit) heartfelt. It’s very reminiscent of the kind of relationship you saw in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Butler and Nolte’s chemistry is that good.

This turning point also amps up the entertainment value. It finally becomes the franchise that you know and love. It’s as if once the weight of Mike’s “on-the-run” storyline is gone, he’s able to do what he does best: Strategize and attack with lethal precision.

Overall, Angel Has Fallen is kind of a weird conundrum. Although the film is completely unnecessary, you kind of want another film that focuses on Gerard Butler and Nick Nolte. It’s the saving grace that Angel Has Fallen sorely needed.

Rating: 2.5/5 atoms

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Early morning today on social media Tech N9ne (from his own personal account) decided to reply to a Juggalo internet troll upon reading a rather rude comment on an official Tech N9ne Social Media music video clip that was directly aimed towards the number one independent rapper in the world. The person claimed, “If ICP never had you, you wouldn’t be shit”.  And now Tech N9ne wants  the Juggalo community to know/share his direct response to the troll in regards to where the Kansas City King stands on the history between him and the Juggalo fans, so he doesn’t have to say it again.

Tech N9ne’s Response Towards Juggalo Troll:

“Layton Jackson yeah so just fuck all the major tours I did before the year 2003 when I went on Wonka! Fuck the JayZ tour, the 311 tour, The 2 solo tours I did before 2003 where I found out what a juggalo was cause I saw you guys shirts outside in my massive lines before 2003! I’ve been touring since 91 my nig! Why can’t you just be happy that juggalos were a big impact on my career rather than suckin your own dicks thinkin there were no fans before juggalos? You’re right, nobody knew who I was in the JUGGALO world really until I went on wicked Wonka! The last group to log on to my music after the gangsters, college kids and metal heads were the the juggalos after 2001 Anghellic! Absolute power tour 2002 is when I started seeing hatchet gear shirts in my lines at shows! 2003 you all got to finally see me in your world and I worked for that shit cause you mutha fuckas had your backs turned to people who weren’t psychopathic or affiliated! 2003! Juggalos logged all the way on to T9! LATE ! And always wanna claim y’all discovered rather than contributed in a big way! Just admit, when you first heard ANYTHING by me you liked, you then had to go back to search for the old music like the calm, the worst 1 and 2 and even Be warned tracks that were leaked that the early 90’s Tech fans already had memorized years before Icp put me on Wonka in 2003! SHUT UP and learn your T9 history before you go public with shit you think and not know! Same thing I told Joe Bruce! Share this with your community so I won’t have to say it a fuckin gain! L9ve, T9!”

*Note Several Sources Have Verified This Is Indeed From Tech’s Personal Account*

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How many Juggalos discovered Tech N9ne through Psychopathic Records? How many knew him before that through the giant hip-hop collabo “The Anthem” featuring Tech N9ne, Pharoahe Monch, Xzibit, Eminem, RZA, Kool G Rap, Chino XL, KRS-One & More? Or was it another source, like a friend was bumping Tech N9ne’s music in his whip back in the day?! Leave your answers below!





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The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Featurette Returns to Thra 40 Years Later

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance featurette returns to Thra

Netflix has released a new The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance featurette taking viewers behind-the-scenes as the cast and creators discuss returning to Jim Henson’s creation and getting the chance to expand and enrich the already beloved world. Check out the video now in the player below!

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Age of Resistance takes place before the events in 1982’s The Dark Crystal, and tells a new epic story, set many years before the movie, and realized using classic puppetry with cutting-edge visual effects. The world of Thra is dying. The Crystal of Truth is at the heart of Thra, a source of untold power. But it is damaged, corrupted by the evil Skeksis, and a sickness spreads across the land. When three Gelfling uncover the horrific truth behind the power of the Skeksis, an adventure unfolds as the fires of rebellion are lit and an epic battle for the planet begins.

The voice cast will be led by Taron Egerton (Kingsman), Anya Taylor-Joy (The Witch, Glass), and Nathalie Emmanuel (Game of Thrones), as three Gelfling heroes Rian, Brea and Deet, respectively. Other voice actors slated to lend their voices include Harvey Fierstein, Mark Hamill, Ralph Ineson, Jason Isaacs, Keegan-Michael Key, Ólafur Darri Ólafsson, Simon Pegg, Andy Samberg, Caitriona Balfe, Helena Bonham Carter, Harris Dickinson, Natalie Dormer, Eddie Izzard, Lena Headey, Benedict Wong, Awkwafina, Sigourney Weaver, Hannah John-Kamen, Dave Goetz, Theo James, Toby Jones, Shazad Latif, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Mark Strong, Alicia Vikander, and Donna Kimball. The show’s executive producers are Leterrier, Halle Stanford, and Jim Henson’s daughter, Lisa Henson.

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Feature film director Louis Leterrier (Now You See MeThe Incredible Hulk) will executive produce the series as well as direct. The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance will be a Netflix original series produced by The Jim Henson Company and executive produced by Letterier, Lisa Henson and Halle Stanford. Longtime Henson collaborator Rita Peruggi will serve as producer and Henson’s Blanca Lista will serve as a co-executive producer. Leading the writing are co-executive producers Jeffrey Addiss and Will Matthews (Life in a Year), and Javier Grillo-Marxuach (LostThe 100).

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance will launch on August 30.

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Titans: Michael Mosley Lands Role of Doctor Light for Season 2

Titans: Michael Mosley lands role of Doctor Light for season 2

Titans keeps adding to its roster for the upcoming second season, as the DC Universe original series has added Michael Mosley (Ozark) as Doctor Light. The news comes from ComicBook, though it’s still unclear how prominently the new character will factor into the plot of the new season.

The villainous Doctor Light first appeared back in Justice League of America #12 back in 1962, and was a bipartite character, meaning his physical being housed both a villain (Arthur Light), and a hero, (Jacob Tremblay). He’s been a major character over the years, serving as both a foil for the Justice League, as well as a member of the Suicide Squad.

Mosley will join the previously announced newcomers Joshua Orpin as Conner Kent/Superboy, Esai Morales as Deathstroke, Chella Man as Deathstroke’s son, Jericho WilsonChelsea T. Zhang as Deathstroke’s daughter, Rose Wilson (aka The Ravager), Iain Glen as Bruce Wayne, Natalie Gumede as Mercy Graves and Drew Van Acker as Aqualad.

RELATED: Titans Season 2 Trailer: The Titans are Back!

Titans follows a group of young heroes from across the DC Universe as they come of age and find belonging in a gritty take on the classic Teen Titans franchise. Dick Grayson and Rachel Roth, a special young girl possessed by a strange darkness, get embroiled in a conspiracy that could bring Hell on Earth. With other heroes joining them along the way, together they become a surrogate family and team of heroes.

The series main cast includes Brenton Thwaites (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales) as Dick Grayson/Robin, Teagan Croft (Home and Away) as Raven, Anna Diop (24: Legacy) as Koriand’r/Starfire, Alan Ritchson (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) & Minka Kelly (Friday Night Lights) as Hawk and Dove, Bruno Bichir as Dr. Niles Caulder, and Lindsey Gort as Police Detective Amy Rohrbach.

Titans comes from executive producers Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter all serve as producers, along with Weed Road Pictures, Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television.

Season 2 of Titans will kick off on September 6 on DC Universe, though all the episodes will be available to stream on the upcoming HBO Max streaming platform as soon as it launches.

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IT Chapter 2: James McAvoy Reveals Story Behind Hall of Mirrors Scene

James McAvoy reveals origin of IT Chapter Two’s Hall of Mirrors scene

In IT Chapter Two‘s most recent trailer we’ve gotten a glimpse of the sequel’s terrifying hall of mirrors sequence, featuring James McAvoy’s Bill Denbrough as he tries to save a little boy from Pennywise. Not a part of the original novel, McAvoy revealed that the fun house scene was never really part of the original script either. Speaking with EW, spoke about why director Andy Muschietti created the new scene for the sequel

“We were missing a vital story beat for Bill where he dealt with his guilt that he caused his brother’s death,” McAvoy said. “I said to Andy [Muschietti], ‘What can we do?’…and literally in 50 minutes, he invented a whole new sequence. It was never in the script, and it isn’t in the book. It’s brilliant.”

RELATED: Explore Pennywise’s Fun House In IT Chapter Two VR Video

Twenty-seven years after the Losers Club defeated Pennywise, he has returned to terrorize the town of Derry once more. Now adults, the Losers have long since gone their separate ways. However, people are disappearing again, so Mike, the only one of the group to remain in their hometown, calls the others home. Damaged by the experiences of their past, they must each conquer their deepest fears to destroy Pennywise once and for all…putting them directly in the path of the shape-shifting clown that has become deadlier than ever.

The cast of IT: Chapter Two includes James McAvoy (X-Men franchise, Split) as Bill, Jessica Chastain (Crimson PeakThe Martian) as Beverly, Bill Hader (BarryTrainwreck) as Richie, Jay Ryan (Beauty and the Beast) as Ben and James Ransone (Generation Kill) as Eddie, with Andy Bean (Here and Now) as Stanely Uris, Isaiah Mustafa as Mike, Teach Grant (Altered CarbonDamnation) as Henry Bowers, Jess Weixler (The SonChained for Life) as Bill’s wife, Xavier Dolan (Boy Erased) as Adrian Mellon, Will Beinbrink (Queen of the South) as Tom Rogan and, of course, the return of Bill Skarsgård as the clown Pennywise.

Pick up a copy of the first part of IT here.

The second part is written by Gary Dauberman from the book by Stephen King. Muschietti, once again, is at the helm. The movie will arrive in theaters on September 6, and pre-order your tickets by clicking here!

RELATED: IT: Chapter One Returning to Theaters for Special Screenings!

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The 10 heroes who weren’t afraid to take a beating

Comingsoon.net is taking a look at all the good guys who never feared a beat down. Check out our selections in the gallery below!

With the release of Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw in August of 2019, many critics and fans alike couldn’t stop talking about recently-released contracts for the franchise’s stars that detailed the ways in which they were allowed to be beaten up on-screen. While Vin Diesel and Jason Statham seemed to prefer to tally up their beatings in order to make sure they were never beaten and the fights were we always fair, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson seemingly stated he was okay with losing as long as it was balanced out with a win.

It’s a baffling contractual obligation for the filmmakers, to be sure, but it makes sense within the film’s themes of macho masculinity and over-the-top action. However, in the past, there have been many protagonists who wouldn’t have dreamed of such contracts. In decades past—especially the 1980s, it seems—heroes definitely weren’t afraid to take a beating.

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Predator: Hunting Grounds Trailer

Play as the hunter or the hunted in the Predator: Hunting Grounds gameplay trailer

The first gameplay trailer for IllFonic’s Predator: Hunting Grounds has dropped and it’s very reminiscent of the 1987 action movie classic that started it all. You can check out the trailer in the player below!

While the first trailer teased an immersive battle with on of the merciless intergalactic bounty hunters, Hunting Grounds drops you straight into the Predator universe through a new competitive online multiplayer experience. Play as an elite Fireteam charged to complete paramilitary operations while a Predator mercilessly hunts you. Or, you can BE the Predator, armed with all the deadly alien weaponry you’ve grown to love and pursue your prey.

RELATED: 10 Best Moments in Predator Movies

IllFonic CEO Charles Brungardt previously stated that “Our team’s passion for Predator helped us launch the partnership with Sony Interactive Entertainment and Fox. Not only do these powerhouses believe in our vision, which has made this a dream project, they understand what we want to create. They have given us so much to work with and are empowering us to create something new for fans while expanding the lore of the Predator.”

No release date has been announced just yet, but the trailer reassures that Predator: Hunting Grounds will hit stores sometime in 2020.

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Rating:

7 / 10

Cast:

Samara Weaving … Grace

Adam Brody … Daniel

Mark O’Brien … Alex Le Domas

Henry Czerny … Tony Le Domas

Andie MacDowell … Becky

Melanie Scrofano … Emilie

Kristian Bruun … Fitch

Nicky Guadagni … Aunt Helene

Elyse Levesque … Charity Le Domas

John Ralston … Stevens

Liam MacDonald … Georgie

Ethan Tavares … Gabe

Hanneke Talbot … Clara

Celine Tsai … Tina

Daniela Barbosa … Dora

Directed by Radio Silence

Ready or Not review:

The “hunting humans for spot” movie is a tradition. It has rules and goes back decades, which is why Ready or Not on the surface may look like yet another entry in this type of story. Below that though is a heart that keeps the film moving, always setting you up for the expected but seldom acting on that tropey impulse. Directed by the Radio Silence collective of Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, Ready or Not delivers the type of horror-comedy that is so difficult to manage but is made to look so, so easy.

The film tells the story of Grace (Samara Weaving), whose wedding day has arrived under peculiar circumstances. As she meets her new in-laws and their rich people quirks, she quickly realizes something sinister is at play. When a “family tradition” turns into a deadly game of hide & seek is when the movie really kicks off, throwing any sense of stability out the window and keeping us on our toes for the duration. Bodies begin to drop in clever and devious ways, and it’s never clear what’s going to be around the next corner.

Weaving leads the cast with a dorky and down charm that can’t be denied, the movie even bookends itself with her snort laughs as a reminder. What makes her performance work is that she embodies what we love about final girls in horror movies but maintains grounded personality that feels real. She never gives up, she’s resourceful, and always has a quick comeback even if it’s just a string of hilarious profanities. On the other side of Weaving is a whole host of character actors all served on a plate of ham. Henry Czerny plays Grace’s new father-in-law, along with Nicky Guadagni as Aunt Helene, the pair can best be described as Extra with a capital E. Other notable highlights include Melanie Scrofano as the hilarious and coked-out Emilie and Kristian Bruun as her husband, the ever modern millennial Fitch.

What makes Ready or Not stand apart as a unique feature in the modern landscape is its horror and comedic sensibilities. The scary parts are scary, the funny parts are funny, and there’s no confusion with the audience about when they should laugh or be startled, that’s Class A filmmaking. Ready or Not’s laughs stem from a sense of hopelessness infused in its villains, a nice change of pace from movies like The Purge where regular folk turn into stone-cold killers on a whim. It has a Coen-like mentality where the dumbest people always mess up and the smartest ones in the room can’t catch a break because of it. Naturally the humor also stems from its gorier bits, some of which are not funny, but most of them should get a smile out of an on-board audience.

There is something about the movie that pushes it above what one might expect from this sub-genre, it has a unique commentary. While the typical “rich people bad” is expected, and exploited here, there’s a generational divide that is its beating heart. While Czerny’s Tony and Guadagni’s Aunt Helene spout off about the family tradition, the younger generation questions it all out loud. The middle members of the family find themselves in a Xillennial haze, unsure what exactly they should be doing but knowing that it means something to the pillars of the family. Adam Brody’s ever drunk Daniel, Grace’s new brother-in-law, is one of the best examples here. This might sound like typical family drama of the era, but lest we forget, it’s because they’re trying to hunt and kill someone. Again with the Coen-like set-up here.

Ready or Not is a devious good time with enough laughs and thrills to keep you engaged, though it does meander between some set pieces. The real joke arrives after you’ve left the theater and remember that this movie with severed heads, satanic rituals, and geysers of blood technically belongs to The Walt Disney Company, an unintended punchline but a funny one nonetheless.

Grab your tickets by clicking here!

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Noomi Rapace gets creepy in Angel of Mine clip

Lionsgate has released the first official clip (via JoBlo) for director Kim Farrant’s upcoming drama thriller Angel of Mine starring BAFTA nominee Noomi Rapace. The film will have its world premiere at the 2019 Melbourne International Film Festival and is scheduled to have its theatrical release on August 30. Check out the clip below!

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Angel of Mine is the story of Lizzie, who is a mother whose daughter died years before. She becomes convinced that the daughter of a stranger is actually her daughter. She becomes obsessed with the girl and loses touch with reality.

The film stars Noomi Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Prometheus ) as Lizzie, Golden Globe-nominated actress Yvonne Strahovski (The Handmaid’s Tale) as Claire and Luke Evans (Dracula Untold, The Hobbit) as Mike.

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The film is a psychological drama based on the 2008 French film, L’Empreinte de L’Ange. It is directed by Kim Farrant (StrangerlandRush) from a script written by Academy Award nominee Luke Davies (Lion) and David Regal.

You can purchase L’Empreinte de L’Ange here.

Angel of Mine was developed by Garlin Pictures with Screen Australia and SixtyFourSixty. Josh Etting and Su Armstrong will produce, while Davies will executive produce with Fortitude International’s Nadine de Barros and Robert Ogden. Angel of Mine will begin production in April.

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The players take center stage in Ready or Not clip

Fox Searchlight has released a new clip from their upcoming thriller-comedy Ready or Not (via JoBlo). What’s more, actress Samara Weaving makes a quick appearance to introduce the clip, which features all of the players taking part in the film’s deadly game of hide and seek. Set to hit theaters on August 21, you can check out the video below!

RELATED: It’s A Twisted Game of Hide & Seek in Ready or Not Red Band Trailer

Ready or Not follows the story of a young bride who is invited on the night of her wedding by her rich and eccentric in-laws to participate in a time-honored tradition that turns into a lethal game of survival with everyone fighting to stay alive.

Weaving leads a cast that also includes Andie MacDowell (Groundhog Day), Adam Brody (Shazam!), Mark O’Brien (Halt and Catch Fire), Henry Czerny (Revenge), Kristian Bruun (Orphan Black), Melanie Scrofano (Wynonna Earp) and Elyse Levesque (The Originals).

Last year, Fox Searchlight acquired the rights for the film in an intense bidding war against other studios. Ready or Not will be directed by directing team duo Tyler Gillett and Matt Bettinelli-Oplin of the filmmaking group Radio Silence. The film’s script was co-written by Guy Busick and Ryan Murphy.

The producers are Tripp Vinson of Vinson Films and James Vanderbilt, Bradley Fischer, and William Sherak of Mythology Entertainment. Tara Farney, Tracey Nyberg, and Radio Silence’s Chad Villella are the film’s executive producers.

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Weaving is an Australian actress who is best known for her role in the award-winning drama film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri which she starred alongside Academy-Award winners Frances McDormand (Fargo, Isle of Dogs) and Sam Rockwell (Green Mile, Backseat, Jojo Rabbit). She was recently seen in the Australian romantic drama series Picnic at Hanging Rock which also stars Natalie Dormer (Game of Thrones).

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Tom Atkins hints at possible role in Creepshow Season 2

Actor Tom Atkins may appear in the second season of Shudder’s Creepshow series — should the second season actually receive the green light. According to the actor, who played a small though pivotal role in the original 1982 film, he was offered a small part in the first season but ultimately couldn’t make it happen. However, he went on to hint at a possible season two appearance.

“[Showrunner] Greg Nicotero gave me a shout out and said, ‘We’re going to do this, and I’ll have you down for a role,'” Atkins shared with Comic Book“And I didn’t get into the first one, but maybe next year. Maybe next season.”

That’s not much to go on, but it should at least give fans of the franchise hope.

Shudder released the first Creepshow trailer for executive producer Greg Nicotero’s upcoming horror anthology series back in July, which you can check out in the player below! The series premieres on September 26.

RELATED: Creepshow Reboot Adds Jeffrey Combs, Kid Cudi & More to Cast

The 12 segments will be based on stories written by acclaimed horror writers and directors consists of:

  • “All Hallows Eve,” written by Bruce Jones and directed by John Harrison
  • “Bad Wolf Down,” written and directed by Rob Schrab
  • “By the Silver Water of Lake Champlain,” adapted by Jason Ciaramella from a story by Joe Hill and directed by Tom Savini
  • “The Companion,” adapted by Matt Venne from a story by Joe R. Lansdale, Kasey Lansdale & Keith Lansdale, and directed by Dave Bruckner
  • “The Finger,” written by David J. Schow and directed by Greg Nicotero
  • “Gray Matter,” adapted by Byron Willinger and Philip de Blasi from a story by Stephen King and directed by Greg Nicotero
  • “The House of the Head,” written by Josh Malerman (Bird Box) and directed by John Harrison
  • “Lydia Layne’s Better Half,” adapted by John Harrison from a story written by John Harrison & Greg Nicotero,  and directed by Roxanne Benjamin (Body at Brighton Rock)
  • “The Man in the Suitcase,” written by Christopher Buehlman and directed by Dave Bruckner (The Ritual)
  • “Night of the Paw,” written by John Esposito and directed by John Harrison
  • “Skincrawlers,” written by Paul Dini & Stephen Langford, and directed by Roxanne Benjamin
  • “Times is Tough in Musky Holler,” directed by John Harrison which was based on the shorty story by writers John Skipp and Dori Miller

The series features original Creepshow star Adrianne Barbeau, Giancarlo Esposito (Better Call Saul) Tobin Bell (Saw), Tricia Helfer (Lucifer), David Arquette (Scream franchise), Dana Gould (Stan Against Evil), Jeffrey Combs (Re-Animator), Bruce Davison (Longtime Companion) and DJ Qualls (Supernatural).

RELATED: Greg Nicotero Talks Creepshow Reboot in Behind-the-Scenes Video

The original 1982 Creepshow was directed by George A. Romero from a screenplay by Stephen King that paid tribute to the EC horror comics (ala “Tales From the Crypt”) of the 1950’s. The film featured stars such as Hal Holbrook, Adrienne Barbeau, Leslie Nielsen, Ted Danson and Ed Harris, and grossed $21 million at the box office. It was followed by a sequel in 1987, directed by the first film’s cinematographer Michael Gornick from a screenplay by Romero, once again based on short stories by King, grossing $14 million.

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