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The hauntingly elegant SWEET SWEET LONELY GIRL comes to AMC Networks-backed premium streaming service SHUDDER on the 4th May. This stylish gothic thriller features standout performances from its young female leads, rising stars Erin Wilhelmi (The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Knick) and Quinn Shephard (Hostages) and was praised after its premiere at Austin’s renowned genre festival, Fantastic Fest as a breakout indie hit.
Written and directed by Patrick Mark. Produced by Patrick Mark, Alice Ilich and Ludovic Lindsay. Executive Produced by Mark Stewart. One hundred years after the original House of Fabergé was forcibly closed by Bolshevik revolutionaries in St Petersburg, Fabergé: A Life of its Own charts the rich history behind the iconic company, from the unstoppable rise of ‘artist jeweller’ Peter Carl Fabergé in 19th century Imperial Russia to the enduring legacy of Fabergé today.
In intense new horror thriller Dark Beacon we follow Amy Wilcock (April Pearson, Skins) who loves the married Beth Gadbsy (Lynne Anne Roger) with a fierce and tragic passion. When Beth’s distraught husband Christian (Jon Campling, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows) dies in an emotional intervention, the now widow disappears with her daughter Maya into secret seclusion… Amy eventually tracks Beth down to a distant lighthouse only to find her broken and maddened in the midst of an alcoholic abyss. But that is not all she finds. They shockingly discover that the spirit of Beth’s spurned husband will not rest until he takes the surviving trio with him. Can Amy save them all from the spiral of madness and the crazed and hell-bent supernatural threat?
Here’s a new featurette for DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: THE LONG HAUL. Based on the record-breaking book series and starring Jason Ian Drucker, Charlie Wright, Owen Asztalos, Tom Everett Scott and Alicia Silverstone, DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: THE LONG HAUL will be released in cinemas from 20th May 2017.
Directed by Toa Fraser, the film was shot on location in London, in and around Knightsbridge. The screenplay was written by acclaimed screenwriter Glenn Standring after extensive research and interviews with various individuals who played a key part in the days leading up to, during, and after the Embassy siege. The framework for the film largely follows the perspective of three people who played a vital part in the events at the time – hostage negotiator Max Vernon (played by Mark Strong), the man responsible for communicating with the terrorists inside the building; news reporter Kate Adie (Abbie Cornish), who was covering the events for the BBC and Rusty Firmin (Jamie Bell), leader of one of the SAS assault teams that entered the Iranian Embassy to end the siege.
We took restaurants from classic films and TV shows, from Pulp Fiction to The Simpsons, and created what we believe their food and drink menus would look like! Here is the link: Six Fictional Film and TV Menus That Should Be Real…(Expect a lot of puns!).
With the release of The Fate of the Furious this week, confused.com have taken a look at the number of cars that were wrecked in the production of the franchise. Spoiler alert: it’s a lot.
That’s your lot for now, more soon enough.
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