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Before I Wake creates living nightmares in new trailer

The new trailer for the horror vehicle Before I Wake is here to make nightmares a real thing.

Relativity Studios has released a new look into the upcoming supernatural thriller, starring Kate Bosworth, Thomas Jane, Annabeth Gish, Dash Mihok, and Jacob Tremblay. The trailer, which can be seen above, spotlights the story of Jessie (Bosworth) and Mark (Jane), who become foster parents to 8-year-old Cody (Tremblay) after the death of their son, Sean. Visions of their first son bring hope to the family, but visions of nefarious creatures become reality.

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Thomas Jane and Laurence Fishburne are gunning for each other in clip from Standoff

In the new action-thriller Standoff, Thomas Jane plays a troubled veteran who gets a chance at redemption by protecting a 12-year-old girl (Ella Ballentine) from Laurence Fishburne’s assassin, after she witnesses a murder. The problem for Jane’s character (other than having Morpheus on his case)? He has only a single shell for his shotgun! 

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The Expanse premiere react: Does Syfy's newest space series land amongst the stars?

Syfy’s newest voyage into space, The Expanse, outlines a new take on our solar system, one divided and on the brink of war. As tensions escalate among the colonies of Earth, Mars, and the Belt, the scope of The Expanse teases the possibilities of space, political, and detective drama, but it is the sheer, well, expanse of encompassing all of that in one series that could threaten to undermine The Expanse’s most compelling aspects.

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Casting Net: Olivia Cooke scores female lead in Ready Player One

  • Me and Earl and the Dying Girl star Olivia Cooke is ready to press start on Ready Player One, Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Ernest Cline’s retro-futuristic sci-fi novel. The 21-year-old British actress will play the female lead, Art3mis, in the near-future tale about an ’80s-themed treasure hunt set inside an advanced virtual-reality game. Warner Bros. will release the film Dec. 15, 2017.
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Tom Hardy wouldn't mind playing The Punisher for Marvel

Tom Hardy may have exited a comic-book project, but the Mad Max: Fury Road actor is still interested in returning to the genre.

When questioned by Collider about taking part in another Warner Bros. comic book film after departing Suicide Squad, Hardy mentioned he’d love to actually play a specific Marvel character.

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Director Brian Trenchard-Smith talks John Cusack comedy-thriller 'Drive Hard'

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Image Credit: Tony O’Loughlan

Brian Trenchard-Smith has been a director for 40 years and has made around the same amount of movies, from 1975’s George Lazenby-featuring action film The Man from Hong Kong through 1986’s cult film Dead End Drive-In to last year’s straight-to-DVD thriller Absolute Deception, which starred Cuba Gooding Jr. “I’ve never met a green-light I didn’t like,” chuckles the urbane auteur.

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