With production on Audience Network's upcoming new season of critically-acclaimed Stephen King adaptation Mr. Mercedes currently underway in Charleston, South Carolina, Emmy nominee and two-time Oscar nominee Bruce Dern (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, The Mustang) is joining the cast as a guest star. David E. Kelley (Big Little Lies, Ally McBeal) will oversee […]
Top Boy director Yann Demange is about to make his U.S. television debut in a big way: the British helmer will direct and executive produce the first episode of HBO's high-profile dramatic series adaption of Matt Ruff's Lovecraft Country, from Academy Award winner Jordan Peele's (Get Out) Monkeypaw Productions, J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot and Warner Bros Television. Underground […]
Tom Hanks's 1989 cult classic The 'Burbs is getting an ultimate edition from the fine folks at Scream Factory. This one will release on March 20th. Scream Factory has been crushing it for years now, but this has always been high on the list of titles fans have wanted them to get to. Tom Hanks […]
While Quentin Tarantino's name is in the press for other reasons, The Weinstein Co. has released the official trailer for his upcoming western, The Hateful Eight. Featuring Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Walton Goggins, Michael Madsen, Tim Roth, Demian Bichir and Bruce Dern as eight unsavory characters caught in the same barn […]
That's Elvis Mitchell on the floor, not one of the cast. He's either one of Tarantino's best friends or he knows where the bodies are buried - he's always in Tarantino's business somewhere along the line.
According to Deadline, Quentin Tarantino is currently undergoing the process of showing his latest script, a western believed to be called The Hateful Eight, to actors he wants to play parts. His goal, apparently, is to get feedback from the actors and then hone the screenplay on the basis of their notes. There's a lot […]
An exclusive featurette premiere, focusing on one of the best films still to be released this year.
It's low key stuff, and melancholy, but it has a great turn part of the way through that sets up an intriguing dramatic hook.
Hollywood is a bit a buzz about an exclusive report over on Radar.com claiming Jack Nicholson has retired from acting because of memory issues. The report credits the information to an unnamed insider that also says the 76 year-old doesn't plan on stepping out of the lime-light or giving up his court-side Lakers tickets… he just won't […]
We do like the Masters of Cinema DVD and Blu-ray label here at Bleeding Cool – you may have noticed as we started a regular column on their lavish special edition releases. They're often called "Britain's Criterion", and I suppose that is easy enough to accept, if a touch condescending. One of their upcoming discs […]