On this week’s The Drill Down podcast, Andrew goes to the edge of the (Star Wars) galaxy, leaked Radiohead tracks, Facebook‘s Zuckerbucks, counterfeits and fakes, robots are taking your jobs and fighting back, and much, much more.
J.J. Abrams is behind some of the biggest pop culture shows and films of this century. From his humble start with Felicity then jumping into spy drama Alias, the mystery box LOST, then blockbuster films like Mission: Impossible III, Super 8, Star Trek, and, of course, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the upcoming Star Wars: Episode IX. And now it looks like he is ready to take his reach a bit further.
According to new reports, the filmmaker is looking to sign an all-encompassing megadeal with any studio that would include giving him the power to do whatever he wants. More on the report, below.
It would not be much of a Halloween-themed maze at an amusement park without its signature scares and monsters. And what better place to experience that than at Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights, with Universal’s own classic monsters?
The studio will also be working with its film production partner Blumhouse for two all new scared-filled mazes based on Unfriended and Truth or Dare. More on the story below.
The perfect Halloween movie, Trick ‘r Treat, is returning as an attraction at Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights.
Once it was finally released in 2009, the movie immediately became a must-watch every Halloween season for many. It was part of last year’s Halloween Horror Nights as a scare zone, and returns this year as an all-new experience. And whatever they come up with will no doubt be just as can’t-miss for fans as the movie is every year.
Continue below for more information and a video announcing the news.
Universal Studios has made a habit of adding terrifying IPs to their annual Halloween Horror Nights each year. From classic frights to contemporary scares, the theme park is not afraid of adding a few new additions to make their guests scream.
But now they will be bringing something strange. That’s because Stranger Things is coming to Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights in 2018. More on the story below.