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Mysterious company acquires Nacho Vigalondo's kaiju drama Colossal

Nacho Vigalondo's kaiju drama COLOSSAL was hit by a lawsuit from Japan's Toho Studios, home of Godzilla, as it was heading into production, with Toho being concerned that Vigalondo was making an unauthorized Godzilla movie. With some tweaks, like moving the kaiju attack from Tokyo to Seoul, South Korea, Vigalondo was able to move forward with his " GODZILLA meets LOST...
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09.14.2016
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The Guest's Dan Stevens to pursue Anne Hathaway in Colossal

Nacho Vigalondo's  COLOSSAL is currently in production in Vancouver, crushing Toho's lawsuit like Tokyo in the process. OK, there has been a slight location change, but everything is moving ahead normally. In fact, the cast has grown even stronger with the addition of THE GUEST 's Dan Stevens as an ex-boyfriend of Anne Hathaway's Grace who is now fighting...
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10.26.2015
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Austin Stowell and Tim Blake Nelson join Anne Hathaway in Colossal

In May , writer/director Nacho Vigalondo and production company Voltage Pictures officially announced their intention to make a " GODZILLA meets LOST IN TRANSLATION" (or, alternately, " GODZILLA meets BEING JOHN MALKOVICH") kaiju film called COLOSSAL . Just one week later , Godzilla rights holders Toho Studios slapped the filmmakers with a lawsuit, accusing them...
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10.19.2015
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Full trailer and poster for James Franco's Child of God puts murder on display

Back in August of last year we brought you the teaser for CHILD OF GOD, director James Franco's adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's story of the same name, and today we have the full bloody trailer and the poster for this lurid descent into madness and murder. I've always felt that McCarthy's novel fit squarely into the 'horror' genre as it ventured into some...
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01.21.2014
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Exclusive poster for Blue Caprice, a chilling portait of the Beltway Snipers

Truth is often more terrifying than even the most imaginative fiction, and in the case of the Beltway Sniper attacks of 2002 the truth is downright horrifying. That is why we're very intrigued by Alexandre Moors' BLUE CAPRICE, the new film inspired by the real life events that led to the series of coordinated shootings that left 10 people dead and three other victims critically...
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09.10.2013
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Teaser trailer for James Franco's adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's Child of God

Several years ago it was suggested to me that I find and read Cormac McCarthy's CHILD OF GOD. I found it to be a powerful yet disturbingly horrific novel that, while certainly not for everyone, deserved to be discovered by more readers who were looking for something both haunting and brilliant. I was excited to hear that actor-turned-director James Franco was taking a shot at...
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08.29.2013
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