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Scott Cooper to Develop ‘Angels and Demons’ True Crime Series Based on Pulitzer-Winning Article

Scott Cooper, the director of the bleak western Hostiles and the upcoming horror film Antlers, is making his television debut with Angels & Demons, a true crime limited series based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning article by Thomas French. As reported by Deadline, the show – which is wholly unrelated to the Dan Brown novel and […]

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‘Angels & Demons’, Based on Pulitzer Prize-Winning True Crime Story, Being Turned into Limited TV Series by Scott Cooper

Scott Cooper, director of Hostiles, the upcoming Antlers, and more, is set to make his TV debut with Angles and Demons. The limited series – which is not an adaptation of the Dan Brown novel, just in case you were wondering – is based on a Pulitzer Prize-winning article by Thomas French published in the […]

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Guillermo del Toro Teases the Wild ‘Antlers’ Creature Inspired by the Wendigo Myth

For his first horror film, “Antlers,” which centers around a boy’s relationship with a supernatural creature, director Scott Cooper said he wasn’t willing to get behind the camera without creature master Guillermo del Toro as producer. During a Comic-Con@Home panel on Saturday, the pair discussed how they created the part-digital, part real-life creature.Based on the […]

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‘Antlers’ is a Horror Movie About What It Feels Like to Live in America Today [Comic-Con 2020]

Director Scott Cooper and producer Guillermo del Toro got together (virtually) at Comic-Con 2020 to discuss their creepy-looking, and delayed, horror flick Antlers. It’s Cooper’s first foray into the genre, although the director is no stranger to dark movies, having helmed the bleak anti-Western Hostiles. During the panel, Cooper and del Toro discussed how they […]

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Guillermo del Toro on Filming During the Pandemic: ‘You’re Operating a Large, Surgical Theater’

“Antlers” producer Guillermo del Toro and director Scott Cooper took the virtual stage at Comic-Con@Home to debut new footage from their new horror pic, “Antlers,” and talk about how they’re attempting to film during the time of coronavirus.“Antlers,” starring Keri Russell and Jesse Plemons, centers around the Native American folklore creature the wendigo.“The film looks […]

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Disney Removes ‘Mulan,’ ‘French Dispatch’ from Calendar, Delays ‘The Last Duel’

Disney has removed its live-action remake of Mulan and Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch from its theatrical release calendar, the studio announced Thursday. Additionally, Disney has delayed Ridley Scott’s period drama The Last Duel and Scott Cooper’s horror movie Antlers. The latter film stars Keri Russell and Jesse Plemons, and will now arrive in theaters […]

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Lionsgate’s ‘Saw’ Reboot, Janelle Monae’s ‘Antebellum,’ Pulled From Theatrical Release

Lionsgate has joined the parade of releases pulled from theatrical release due to the coronavirus pandemic, pulling the Chris Rock-Samuel L. Jackson “Saw” reboot, Janelle Monae’s “Antebellum” and Sarah Paulson’s “Run.”Lionsgate made the moves on Tuesday, in the wake of Disney-Marvel pulling its Scarlett Johansson superhero adventure “Black Widow,” from its May 1 slot, The […]

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Lionsgate Takes ‘Antebellum’, ‘Run’ & ‘Spiral’ Off Release Calendar For The Time Being

No surprise here, but Lionsgate has just undated horror pic Antebellum, the Sarah Paulson thriller Run and the Chris Rock-Samuel L. Jackson Saw chapter Spiral.The pics will remain undated for the time being as Lionsgate evaluates the next steps, dates and strategies for bringing the titles back once the nation’s exhibition infrastructure is back on […]

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‘Black Widow’ Release Pulled Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Disney’s “Black Widow” is the latest tentpole to shift its release date because of the coronavirus pandemic.The Marvel superhero adventure, starring Scarlett Johansson, was slated to hit theaters May 1. The studio also pulled “The Personal History of David Copperfield,” from its Searchlight banner, and “The Woman in the Window,” a 20th Century title, which […]

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