‘Rings’: First Trailer For Next Movie In ‘The Ring’ Franchise Arrives
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It’s been 14 years since The Ring, the American remake of the 1998 Japanese horror flick Ringu, was released and became a box office hit. That’s right—you thought that ’80s favorite celebrating its 30-somethingth anniversary made you feel old; just think about those movies from the ’00s you were sure just came out a few years ago getting ready to head off to high school. They grow up so fast. Hell, it’s already been over 11 years since the 2005 sequel was released.

Thankfully for us Paramount Pictures was kind enough to make a third movie in the franchise which hasn’t even come out yet, so we can go back to pretending we’re young again. The trilogy-maker is titled Rings, and Paramount has released the first trailer for the movie.

Click on over to the other side to give it a watch.

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Next ‘Friday The 13th,’ ‘Paranormal Activity’ Delayed; ‘The Ring’ Sequel Scheduled
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Paramount Pictures is clearly in no rush to get their next installment in the Friday the 13th series into theaters. The movie had already been pushed back eight months from its scheduled March 13, 2015 release to a November 13, 2015 release. Now comes word the studio has bumped it back yet again to a May 13, 2016 release.

Paramount has also decided to push back the release of the next entry in the Paranormal Activity franchise, while scheduling a release date for the third movie in The Ring series.

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‘The Ring’ Horror Film Meets ‘Seinfeld’ (Video)
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We saw what it would look like if Game Of Thrones was presented like a TV sitcom like Seinfeld.

Now, the folks who brought you that mash-up are back – this time, Matin Comedy has combined the sounds and laugh track of Seinfeld with the scenes and dialogue of the creepy horror film, The Ring, starring Naomi Watts.

Check out the video mash-up here below.

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Watch Now: Creepy Girl From ‘The Ring’ Throws Out First Pitch At Baseball Game
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We you aware that they were still making movies about that little creepy chick from The Ring, which was a remake of the Japanese horror flick Ringu? Neither did we!

As it turns out, a new movie about everyone’s favorite adorable little well-dweller, named Sadako in Japan (Samara here in the States), was released in May of 2012 titled Sadako 3D. Whether the movie is good or bad is of no consequence, but what is worth a peek is some of the promotions that were run to market the movie.

One of the promotions was for Sadako to come out before a baseball game and throw out the first pitch, which is…well, it’s something to see. Marketing a horror movie using comical techniques is a bit unorthodox, but hey, why not?

Continue below now to see the first pitch, as well as a trailer for the movie.

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Watch Now: Mysterious New ‘Viral Silent’ Videos Online For ‘Doctor Who’

Only days before the launch of The Impossible Astronaut, the premiere episode of Doctor Who Series 6, the BBC has released a pair of curious, yet spooky, odd videos in promotion of the new show. The two new videos, which you can view at the bottom of this post, are only titled “…are real”, and have a very real viral marketing feel – posing as a riddle of some kind for fans to try and work out.

The two curious videos, both less than a minute in length, appear to be CCTV footage with digital interference of some kind. They have a creepy feel to them, reminiscent of the video from The Ring. At this point it is unclear whether there is something within the videos that fans are expected to find, like a clue to important elements of the new series.

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