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Alex Garland’s Next Project Won’t Be Sci-Fi, but He Wants His ‘Devs’ Cast to Star

Alex Garland’s FX on Hulu series “Devs” has just launched on the new platform, with the first two episodes of the science-fiction miniseries now available to stream. The “Ex Machina” and “Annihilation” filmmaker, directing on the small screen for the first time, conjures a dystopian vision of the hubris of Silicon Valley, simmering with atmosphere […]

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‘Borne’ TV Series, Based on Novels by ‘Annihilation’ Writer Jeff VanderMeer, Coming to AMC

Jeff VanderMeer’s novel Annihilation was adapted into an Alex Garland feature film that captivated critics but was largely ignored by major audiences. But perhaps his work will achieve greater success on the small screen. AMC is developing a TV series based on the Borne novels by the Annihilation writer, following a “scavenger in a ruined […]

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AMC To Develop A Series Based On Post-Apocalyptic ‘Borne’ Novels From The Author Behind ‘Annihilation’

While “Annihilation” might not have been the movie that launched a new film franchise based on the novels by author Jeff VanderMeer, it appears that AMC is looking at another VanderMeer novel series as inspiration for a new franchise — “Borne.”According to Deadline, AMC has landed the TV rights to VanderMeer’s novels “Borne,” “The Strange […]

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Natalie Portman’s 20 best film performances – ranked!

With Lucy in the Sky out next week, we rate the actor’s greatest roles from V for Vendetta to AnnihilationTerrence Malick films are never entirely without value, but this comes pretty close: a tiresomely self-indulgent and male-gazey homage to La life, tricked out with Malick’s late-phase tics that only restate the obtuseness of it all. […]

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Alex Garland’s Stunningly Ambitious ‘Devs’ Will Only Be One Season, But the ‘Annihilation’ Director Hints at More [New York Comic-Con 2019]

Like much of its lauded creator’s filmmography, Devs is cloaked in mystery. The eight-episode sci-fi series created, written, and directed by Alex Garland is still a big question mark, and it remains much of the same even after the FX show’s New York Comic-Con panel this Saturday. But a very exciting question mark. Garland writes […]

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Jordan Peele Approves of This Horrifying ‘Cats’ and ‘Us’ Trailer Mash-Up — Watch

Film journalists have already reacted in horror to the first trailer for Universal’s “Cats” musical adaptation, but that’s nothing compared to the overwhelming response from social media users. Less than 24 hours after the trailer’s debut, a viral meme mixing the “Cats” footage with popular music scores has taken over Twitter with terrifying results. One […]

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Oscar Isaac Details “Excruciating” Experience On ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ & Why He Almost Turned Down ‘Drive’

“X-Men: Apocalypse” is a pretty excruciating experience for audience members, let alone those that actually worked on the film. However, sitting through the 2-hour film in the comfort of a climate-controlled theater, as bad as it was, doesn’t compare to what star Oscar Isaac had to endure during the filming of the project.In a new […]

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‘Game of Thrones’ Star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Set for ‘Suicide Tourist’ (Exclusive)

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who plays Jaime Lannister in “Game of Thrones,” heads a distinguished European cast in “Suicide Tourist,” a mystery drama with romantic elements from Copenhagen-based Snowglobe, whose production credits include “Thelma,” “The Untamed” and “Birds of a Passage.”Described by Snowglobe in a statement as its most ambitious film to date, “Suicide Tourist” marks Danish […]

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‘Game of Thrones’ Star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Set for ‘Suicide Tourist’ (Exclusive)

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who plays Jaime Lannister in “Game of Thrones,” heads a distinguished European cast in “Suicide Tourist,” a mystery drama with romantic elements from Copenhagen-based Snowglobe, whose production credits include “Thelma,” “The Untamed” and “Birds of a Passage.”Described by Snowglobe in a statement as its most ambitious film to date, “Suicide Tourist” marks Danish […]

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Water Cooler: Walter Mitty, Annihilation, Won’t You Be My Neighbor, Mission: Impossible, Rampage, Searching, Blindspotting & More

On the July 24, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film Managing Editor Jacob Hall, Weekend Editor Brad Oman, senior writer Ben Pearson and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista we’ll discuss what we’ve been up to at the Water Cooler and answer some listener mail in The Mail […]

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