teaser and release date for Australian series Tidelands

Netflix unveils teaser and release date for Australian series Tidelands

Netflix has announced a December 14 global release date and a teaser for the Australian series Tidelands. This marks the streaming service’s first original Australian production, a supernatural story told over eight parts, created by Stephen M. Irwin (Secrets & Lies). You can check out the teaser below!

The series stars Charlotte Best (Puberty Blues) as a young woman who returns home to her tiny fishing village of Orphelin Bay having spent the past 10 years in juvenile detention and jail, and Elsa Pataky (Fast And The Furious franchise) as Adrielle Cuthbert, leader of the mysterious tribe known as the Tidelanders, a half-human/half-Siren who are as beautiful as they are dangerous.

Also in the cast are Australian actors Aaron Jakubenko (Spartacus: War Of The Damned) and Peter O’Brien (X-Men Origins: Wolverine) as Cal’s cagey, misguided brother Augie and his dutiful deckhand, respectively. Fellow Aussies Madeleine Madden (Mystery Road), Caroline Brazier (Rake) and Dalip Sondhi (Secret City) and Brazilian actor Marco Pigossi (Caras E Bocas), and Kiwi Mattias Inwood (Will) round out the rest of the ensemble.

Tracey Robertson and Nathan Mayfield, who produced Irwin’s Australian hit Secret & Lies and its remake for the U.S., will executive produce the series, which is written by Irwin and Leigh McGrath.


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Daredevil Season 3 Episode 6

Daredevil Season 3 Episode 6 Recap

Daredevil season 3 episode 6 picks up the stories of characters in peril from the previous episode. Karen and Foggy are dealing with Karen’s revelation that she killed Wesley. Dex is tormented by his abandonment issues. The FBI continues to hunt for Matt.

“Seven Times”

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While Foggy tells Karen that killing Wesley was justified in self-defense, Karen still feels guilty for putting seven bullets in Wesley to make sure that he really was dead. In order to take the heat off of them, the two concoct a plan when Matt reaches out to Karen for help. Karen will agree to find and take a statement from Jasper that will put Fisk back behind bars as long as Matt turns himself in to the FBI. Foggy is confident that with Jasper’s statement and Foggy representing Matt, that the FBI will drop its investigation of Matt.

“I Will Never Abandon You”

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Dex is still anxious after Julie walked out on him. Even his therapy tapes aren’t helping. To compound the issue, Dex is placed on leave from the FBI pending an investigation into the attack on the transport. Without the stability of his routine, Dex is ready to commit suicide when Fisk reaches out to him. Fisk tells Dex that he has been conditioned to lie to make himself more presentable to th public, but society will never accept him for who he really is. Fisk tells Dex that if Dex will accept the gift that Fisk is giving him, then Fisk will never abandon him.

“What For?”

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Matt is ready to turn himself in to the FBI in order to put Fisk back behind bars and to clear his own name so that the FBI backs off of Foggy and Karen. Maggie tells Matt that having friends and doing things for the people who care about him is not a weakness, contrasting Dex’s feeling of loneliness and trying to be accepted against Matt having friends and trying to shut them out.

The characters converge on the Bulletin offices. Karen takes Jasper to film his statement about Fisk’s plan to play the FBI. Foggy and Matt await the FBI, who are on their way to both hear Jasper’s taped confession and bring Matt in. Before Jasper can deliver his statement, the power goes out. Dex, dressed in the red Daredevil suit, attacks and kills the reporters and staff at the Bulletin. Matt and Dex battle around the cubicles, with Matt taking the upper hand when the fighters are in close and Dex having the advantage when the two are at a distance, using his unique aim and throwing abilities.

Eventually, Dex incapacitates Matt. Dex kills Jasper before fighting his way down a stairwell full of FBI agents and escaping. Karen helps Matt to his feet and Matt is able to avoid the agents in his own escape from the building. Having encountered Dex in the red suit, Ray proclaims that the slaughter at the Bulletin was Daredevil’s work.

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Katie Holmes to Lead Horror Sequel The Boy 2

Katie Holmes to lead horror sequel The Boy 2

STXfilms and Lakeshore Entertainment have announced their latest joint venture, The Boy 2, a follow up to the successful horror-thriller feature The Boy (2016), which starred Lauren Cohan and Rupert Evans. Katie Holmes (Batman Begins, Phone Booth, Ray Donovan) will headline the cast in the role of Liza. William Brent Bell (The Boy, The Devil Inside) will return to direct the sequel.

Principal photography will begin in Victoria, British Columbia on January 14th, 2019.

Unaware of the terrifying history of Heelshire Mansion, a young family moves into the estate, where their young son soon makes an unsettling new friend, an eerily life-like doll he calls Brahms.

Penned by the same writer, Stacey Menear, The Boy 2 will be produced by Lakeshore’s Tom Rosenberg, Gary Lucchesi and Eric Reid, as well as Matt Berenson, Jim Wedaa and Roy Lee.

William Brent Bell’s The Boy was produced for under $15 million and grossed $68 million worldwide.

“Following the success of The Boy, we are thrilled to be working on the next chapter of this chilling Brahms story with Stacey and William. We are also delighted to be continuing our relationship with STX, on this, our third partnership,” said Lakeshore’s Gary Lucchesi.

Holmes is best known globally for her role as Joey Potter in the hit TV series, Dawson’s Creek and as Rachel Dawes in Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins. Her other credits include TV series Ray Donovan, starring alongside Liev Schreiber, Jack and Jill, and Woman in Gold. She recently broke into directing with the award-winning festival darling All We Had, which she also starred in opposite Stefania LaVie Owen and Luke Wilson. She will next be seen in upcoming musical drama, Coda, starring alongside Patrick Stewart.

Brent Bell has firmly established himself in the cinematic world of horror, having directed The Boy, Wer, and The Devil Inside, and is currently in-development on multiple projects, including Blumhouse Productions’ TV series, Posthumans.

STXfilms and Lakeshore’s recent collaborations include Pierre Morel’s action-thriller Peppermint, starring Jennifer Garner, and the romance-drama Adrift, starring Shailene Woodley and Sam Claflin. STX Entertainment is co-producing The Boy 2 with Lakeshore and will distribute in the US, while jointly handling international sales with Lakeshore.

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Johnny Depp Signs On To Star In Minamata

Johnny Depp signs on to star in Minamata

Variety reports that Pirates of the Caribbean‘s Johnny Depp has signed on to star in the upcoming biopic on famed war photographer W. Eugene Smith for HanWay Films.

RELATED: Johnny Depp Confirms Grindelwald Will Return for Fantastic Beasts 3

During his lifetime, Smith was a photographer for Life magazine, with one of his most infamous works being his coverage of the poisoning of the people of Minamata, Japan through mercury poisoning, which the film will cover. The story will begin with Smith, a former World War II photographer, coming out of a life of reclusiveness when an old friend asks him to travel to Japan to expose this big story.

Based on the book by Smith and his wife Aileen Mioko Smith, the film is written by David K. Kessler and is being directed by Andrew Levitas, writer and director of the 2014 family drama Lullaby and star of past sitcoms including Party of Five and Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher.

“Working with Johnny to give voice to those who have been silently suffering is a responsibility we do not take lightly,” Levitas said. “Much like Eugene Smith in 1971, we could not feel more privileged or humbled to be tasked with the mission of bringing this incredible story to the world.”

HanWay Films is handling the international sales and distribution for the film and will soon begin sales at the American Film Market, while CAA Film Media is set to handle domestic rights for the production. Production is set to begin on the film on in Japan in January, followed by Serbia shortly after.

RELATED: Johnny Depp’s City Of Lies Pulled From Release By the Studio

Depp, who is most-known for his role as the drunken pirate Captain Jack Sparrow in the hit Disney franchise Pirates of the Caribbean, was most recently seen in Kenneth Branagh’s hit adaptation of the classic mystery novel Murder on the Orient Express and can be seen in the highly-anticipated sequel to 2016’s fantasy smash Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, which is set to hit theaters on November 16.

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How To Build A Girl Lands Emma Thompson In Starring Role

How To Build a Girl lands Emma Thompson in starring role

Oscar winner Emma Thompson has joined the production of How To Build A Girl, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The film will adapt Caitlin Moran’s bestselling semi-autobiographical novel of the same name, which came out in 2014.

The film is set in 1993, with Feldstein playing Johanna Morrigan, a smart, opinionated and overweight teenager. With her hormones raging, she desperately wants to get out of her hometown and make a name for herself. It’s a goal she ends up achieving after she reinvents herself as Dolly Wilde, a rock music critic. While she gains the notoriety she always clamored for, she wonders if this is who she really wants to be. Thomspon will play Johanna’s editor at a music magazine.

“We had fantasized about Emma Thompson playing the editor since we first spoke with Caitlin about this project — I think Caitlin might have cut the scene if Emma hadn’t agreed! Thank goodness we struck lucky. We feel blessed,” said Monumental Pictures‘ Alison Owen.

In addition, Chris O’Dowd (Get Shorty) will be joining the impressive ensemble as well, which includes Beanie Feldstein (Lady Bird) as Johanna/Dolly, Alfie Allen (Game of Thrones), Paddy Considine (The Girl with All the Gifts), and Sarah Solemani (Bridget Jones’ Baby). Coky Giedroyc will direct the film, with a screenplay that Moran is adapting from her own work.

Owen will produce alongside Monumental Pictures’ Debra Hayward. Executive producers include Daniel Battsek, Ollie Madden and Sue Bruce-Smith for Film4, Tim Headington and Lia Buman for Tango, Zygi Kamasa and Emma Berkofsky for Lionsgate, and along with Moran herself.

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Roxanne Benjamin to Write Night of the Comet Remake

Roxanne Benjamin to write Night of the Comet remake

Roxanne Benjamin (Southbound) will be penning the remake of the cult-horror comedy Night of the Comet for Orion Pictures, Deadline has confirmed.

The 1984 doomsday cult original followed two sisters facing off against cannibal zombies after a comet wipes out most of life on Earth. The movie was written and directed by Thom Eberhardt and was produced by Wayne Crawford. Night of the Comet starred Kelli Maroney, Robert Beltran, and Catherine Mary Stewart and earned $14 million at the box office from a $1 million budget.

The outlet notes that the remake will “skew horror-sci-fi rather than comedy.” The original movie inspired leading female protagonists in later projects, including Joss Whedon’s Buffy Summers, the titular character in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer series.

Benjamin’s writing and directing credits include the 2015 fantasy horror movie Southbound, XX, Final Stop, and the upcoming thriller Body at Brighton Rock, that Benjamin also produced, which is currently in post-production. Benjamin’s producing credits also include the V/H/S horror franchise and the 2015 horror movie The Devil’s Candy.

Orion’s upcoming projects include the Child’s Play remake, The Prodigy horror movie starring Taylor Schilling, Gretel and Hansel, and the Bill and Ted reboot.

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 CS Interview: Luca Guadagnino on His Remake of Suspiria

CS Interview: Luca Guadagnino on His Remake of Suspiria

Amazon Studios provided ComingSoon.net with the opportunity to chat 1:1 with director Luca Guadagnino (Call Me by Your Name, A Bigger Splash) about his supernatural horror remake Suspiria. Check out the interview below!

RELATED: New Suspiria Trailer: Give Your Soul to the Dance

In the film, a darkness swirls at the center of a world-renowned dance company, one that will engulf the troupe’s artistic director, an ambitious young dancer, and a grieving psychotherapist. Some will succumb to the nightmare. Others will finally wake up.

The cast includes Tilda Swinton (We Need to Talk About Kevin, Doctor Strange), Dakota Johnson (Fifty Shades of GreyHow To Be Single), Chloë Grace Moretz (Kick-AssThe Miseducation of Cameron Post), Mia Goth (A Cure for Wellness, Everest) and Jessica Harper of the original Suspiria.

Call Me by Your Name director Luca Guadagnino steps behind the camera for the remake of Dario Argento’s 1977 classic which features a script by David Kajganich (A Bigger SplashThe Terror).

Suspiria will officially debut in theaters in New York and Los Angeles on October 26.

ComingSoon.net: Dance is a huge part of this film, just as important as it was in something like “The Red Shoes” or “Black Swan.” How involved were you in the actual choreography? Did you have to learn a lot about the technicalities of dance?

Luca Guadagnino: Well, I am naturally drawn to dance in general, as a viewer. I love dance and I love choreography and I try to expose myself to great dance as much as I can, going to theaters and watching the outcome of great choreographers. Also, someone who works with me is one of the greatest experts of dance. And for this reason I had inquired him about who would’ve been a great voice to invite to make the choreographies here. Damien Jalet was one of the persons that he proposed me, and I immediately loved his art. He’s a great choreographer already, he’s established at a very high level in Europe. When we started talking, me and Damien, our point of conversation started on the concept of what was the experience of the avant-garde dancers and choreographers back in the time of where the movie is set. Plus, the fact that we wanted to make sure that this dance that we were going to pull off was going to be something that was tied with, let’s say, avant-garde, but also something ancient because as we know witches are there since a long time.

CS: When you first set out to do this film, what was it that you thought you -given your previous work- could bring to the horror genre?

Guadagnino: Well, I am a big fan of horror. I always wanted to make horror films. If you ask my mom, my dad, my sister, my brother or people that are really close to me since a long time, they will tell you, “Oh no, Luca just wanted to make horror films.” And you know, life is life, and I went on not doing horror films until I am 47, but it’s really part of my absolute imagery, that I love horror cinema.

CS: Uou involved with the version of “Suspiria” that David Gordon Green was going to do years ago, correct?

Guadagnino: Yes, of course. I purchased the rights to do a remake of the movie in 2007, and I had met David in a festival. I always had a great admiration for him, and at the time I felt it was a great idea for him to do it, and we tried. For many reasons, the movie didn’t happen. So, after that version didn’t happen, a version that he was going to direct and I was going to produce, I ended up being the director of it.

CS: Right. And obviously, he developed that and cast that a little bit. What would you say are some specific things that are different from your version than from the one he was going to do?

Guadagnino: Oh no, those are two completely different films. I think we should not talk about him. It never happened. I think we should talk about something that has happened. If we speak about David’s film, first of all, you should ask him, not me, and secondly, it’s an unreal movie hypothesis.

CS: David’s doing just fine. He’s going to make about $70 million this weekend with “Halloween.”

Guadagnino: No, no, listen. I love David. I am a big fan and I am so proud that we have our two horror movies out more or less in the same week, so it’s fantastic.

CS: It’s such an amazing synchronicity. Obviously this movie is very different from the original. In a lot of ways it reminded me of when David Cronenberg did his version of “The Fly,” which is 180 degrees different from the 1950’s version. Has Dario Argento seen the film, and what was his reaction?

Guadagnino: Dario saw the movie and he released a statement saying that his movie was brutal and my movie is tender. That’s what he said.

CS: You reference the “Three Mothers,” which relates to the whole trilogy that Argento did. If you did a sequel to this, would it find inspiration in “Inferno” and “Mother of Tears” or would you go in a totally different direction?

Guadagnino: First of all, I made references to the concept of the Three Mothers that Dario took off from Thomas De Quincey’s “Levana.” So we are referring to the same text. He didn’t do a trilogy. He made a movie called “Suspiria,” where only the title “Suspiria” is drawn by the Thomas De Quincey book. Eventually, he made another movie that is a totally separate thing called “Inferno,” in which he addresses directly the concept of the three mothers and focuses on Mother Tenenbrarum, the mother of darkness, in New York. Then he made -many, many years later- a third chapter called “The Mother of Tears,” which is a sort of continuation of the obsession that he has for the Thomas De Quincey idea of the three mothers, but is not linked in any ways, neither to “Suspiria” nor to “Inferno.” So he did not do a real trilogy, and he did not do something that was constructed from the premises. He ended up making a film that touches somehow to the concept of Thomas De Quincey’s Three Mothers, and somehow more directly, somehow less directly. We did “Suspiria” by really acknowledging the reference of Thomas De Quincey, and that’s why we have the Three Mothers. Because, as you see in the movie and as Dr. Klemperer would say, those are maybe metaphors. I don’t know. I let the audience discover that. And regarding making a trilogy myself, I think the most important thing now is to have the movie out in theaters.

CS: Like you said you left a lot to the audience’s imagination, and it was a little vague as to how this coven of witches uses their power. In your mind, how do you think they operate on the world at large?

Guadagnino: I don’t think people operate in the world at large. Their powers are always, more importantly, some powers that relate to each other. I would not venture into any kind of a bigger picture dystopian thing, like “Final Conflict” does, the third chapter of the trilogy of Damien, “The Omen.” I don’t know. It is something that doesn’t make me as passionate. I’m not sure I would prefer to think of the way in which power exerts its own means in the relationship with the other.

CS: You brought Jessica Harper back for a small but vital role toward the end. Was there any sort of specific significance in casting her in that role, because she is literally a spirit from the past?

Guadagnino: You said it, possibly. I also think that she’s an incredible actress. I’ve been a big fan of her work since I discovered her when I was very young. I had a great time working with her and I cannot wait to do it again.

CS: I’d heard it was actually an arduous editing process on this film. What were some of the challenges that you found in the editing room?

Guadagnino: I wouldn’t say arduous. I would say that to me and my editor, Walter Fasano, we have a specific way of working. We believe that the editing is the final time of writing a movie. It’s very important as a process, and it’s about finding the right tone, pace. Sometimes, it’s quick. Sometimes, it’s not quick.

CS: Did you shoot a lot of coverage of the dances? Was that a specific thing that was hard to click?

Guadagnino: I have never, in my entire career made coverage. I do not do coverage. I do not believe in coverage. I think it’s a travesty. Any good filmmaker should avoid doing coverage. What I do, I film the sequence trying to capture with the images that I need for the sequence. So we didn’t go for 100 hours of material on the dance, and then trimmed it. Everything you see has been specifically shot in order to be in the film.

CS: I think that’s a better way for anybody to work. My last question is… You said you’re a huge horror fan, and obviously this is a loose remake of Dario’s film. Do you have any other horror projects that are original projects that you’re hoping to develop?

Guadagnino: Not for now.

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Rupert Friend to Star in William Brent Bell's Separation

Rupert Friend to star in William Brent Bell’s Separation

Emmy nominee Rupert Friend (Homeland, Hitman: Agent 47) is set to star in Separation, directed by William Brent Bell and written by Nick Amadeus and Joshua Braun.

Equally inspired by iconic family drama Kramer vs Kramer and contemporary supernatural thrillers like The Sixth Sense and Mama, Separation explores the horrifying consequences of divorce like no film before. Additional casting and story details will be announced at a later date.

“As soon as I read Nick and Josh’s script I knew I found my next project,” said Bell. “It blends emotional, relatable family drama with edge-of-your-seat scares and Rupert is the ideal actor to bring both aspects to life.”

Producer Jordan Yale Levine added, “Brent’s a visionary filmmaker and we’ve been eager to work together for years. We could not be more excited to bring his vision to life on the big screen with Rupert leading the way.”

The film is produced by Bell together with Yale Productions’ Jordan Yale Levine, Jordan Beckerman, Russ Posternak and Jesse Korman, and RainMaker’s Clay Pecorin and Russell Geyser. Executive producers are Seth Posternak and Dennis Rice. Yale Productions’ Jon Keeyes serves as a Co-Producer.

One of today’s most accomplished, in-demand genre filmmakers, Bell is most known for his smash hit horror films The Boy, which was released by STX and grossed $65 million at the worldwide box office and The Devil Inside, released by Paramount with worldwide box office exceeding $100 million.

Friend is best known for his portrayal of Peter Quinn in Showtime’s acclaimed series Homeland. His credits also include Death of Stalin, Hitman: Agent 47, The Boy In the Striped Pajamas, Paul Feig’s A Simple Favor, and the CBS All Access series Strange Angel. Next month, Friend stars opposite Willem Dafoe in At Eternity’s Gate for director Julian Schnabel, which premiered at the Venice International Film Festival.

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This is a album by Shock & Dash that is a collection of songs they’ve done over the past year with all types of producers. Its a showcase of there diversity and there abilities to mix and match styles. They feel these are there best of the best songs they’ve made up to this date in there musical journey’s together. This is the 10th album by Shock & Dash. Enjoy

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New Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Photos Released

New Chilling Adventures of Sabrina photos released

Netflix has released four new photos for their upcoming supernatural series Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, starring Kiernan Shipka. Check out the photos now in the gallery below!

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is based on the comic book of the same name, which reimagines the origin and adventures of Sabrina the Teenage Witch as a dark coming-of-age story that traffics in horror, the occult and, of course, witchcraft. Tonally in the vein of Rosemary’s Baby and The Exorcist, this adaptation finds Sabrina wrestling to reconcile her dual nature — half-witch, half-mortal — while standing against the evil forces that threaten her, her family and the daylight world humans inhabit.

RELATED: Sabrina Tries to Postpone Her Baptism in New Chilling Adventures Clip

Kiernan Shipka stars as Sabrina in the new series and is joined by Lucy Davis (Wonder Woman) as Hilda Spellman, Miranda Otto (Annabelle: Creation) as Zelda Spellman, Chance Perdomo, Michelle Gomez (Doctor Who) as Mary Wardell, Chance Perdomo as Ambrose Spellman, Jaz Sinclair, Richard Coyle as Father Blackwood, Tati Gabrielle as Prudence, Ross Lynch as Harvey Kinkle and Bronson Pinchot in the cast.

Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Riverdale) is writing the adaptation (the comic book basis for which he also wrote) and will executive produce. Lee Toland Krieger will direct and executive produce with Aguirre-Sacasa, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, and Jon Goldwater. The drama hails from the Warner Bros. Television-based Berlanti Productions.

The series will premiere on Netflix on October 26.

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