A new featurette for Netflix’s upcoming Lost in Space reboot titled “The Robinsons’ Journey” has been released.
The featurette includes some of the cast and showrunner Zack Estrin talking about the show alongside various clips. Starring is Toby Stephen, Molly Parker, Taylor Russell, Mina Sundwall, Max Jenkins, Parker Posey, and Ignacio Serricchio. The series is written by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless.
Read more about Lost in Space and watch the new featurette below.
“Danger, Will Robinson!” Netflix has released an lengthy all-new trailer for their reboot of Lost In Space. Based on the iconic 1965 show of the same name, the Netflix version will have an all new story, that comes with a very expensive visual effects price tag.
In it we see the Robinson family space crew, plus the villainous Dr. Smith (Parker Posey), get lost in space while trying to find a new planet to colonize. Check out the latest trailer below.
Adaptations of the stories of horror legend Stephen King have been popular for a long time, but the author’s works have been particularly popular lately. A trailer was released recently for the latest King adaptation, titled 1922, which is based on the novella of the same name.
An adaptation of King’s Gerald’s Game arrives on Netflix in just a few days from now, and a couple of weeks back the new adaptation of IT hit theaters and has done incredibly well for an R-rated release, recently passing Universal’s middle-finger to the original remake of The Mummy, which had the more box office-friendly PG-13 rating. Proof once again that an R-rating is not a risk. The risk is in who you pay to make the movie.
#FU2016 seems like art imitating life, but the art is soooo much more fun. Netflix has released the House of Cards official season 4 trailer, and it is as ominous as we know Frank Underwood’s (Kevin Spacey) dark abyss of a soul to be.
I honestly don’t know how to take this news. But here it is… Lars Ulrich, co-founder and drummer of Metallica, the man that fans either love to hate or hate to love or some variation thereof, has been cast in a film. Yep, that’s right; Ulrich is stepping up into acting having been cast in the HBO movie, Hemingway and Gellhorn.
Hemingway and Gellhorn is a biopic being executive produced by James Gandolfini (Mr. Soprano himself!) and directed by Phil Kaufman. The HBO film will focus on the romance and marriage between Ernest Hemingway (portrayed by Clive Owen) and Martha Gellhorn (portrayed by Nicole Kidman). The plot will follow the two through the Spanish Civil War and afterwards.
Also included in the casting are Molly Parker, Parker Posey, and Peter Coyote.