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Johnny Depp to Resurrect The Invisible Man Johnny Depp to Resurrect The Invisible Man

Title: Johnny Depp To Resurrect The Invisible Man When Universal first released The Invisible Man back in 1933, the material was actually somewhat fresh. It was based on a sci-fi/horror novel by H.G. Wells that had been published in 1897, meaning it was really among the first mainstream book-to-screen adaptations of old Hollywood. The film, which you can actually find in its entirety online, was a success, viewed both as an artful interpretation of Wells's work and as a strong standalone movie. It also fit in with Universal's broader tendency to produce monster films—and that's why it's become particularly relevant again today.... Read More

William Friedkin talks about Special FX in Movies William Friedkin talks about Special FX in Movies

William Friedkin, the famous director of The Exorcist, introduced the opening of the Lucca Film Festival with a fantastic speech about cinema, music, Giacomo Puccini and the impact of special effects in cinema. Friedkin came to Lucca with his wonderful wife Sherry Lansing (former manager for Paramount and Fox) and presented his old film "Sorcerer" that was really successful to the audience. Afterwards the director spent several minutes to talk about his love about Giacomo Puccini and his music and how modern it is. William Friedkin was a really original, funny and pleasant guest for the festival. You can see here his... Read More

Lady Gaga in American Horror Story American Horror Story 6: Lady Gaga will return but is The Countess dead?

The news that American Horror Story fans have been waiting for has finally been confirmed: Lady Gaga will return in season 6. The singer and actress revealed her involvement in the next instalment of the Fox series during an interview with New York radio station Z100. When asked on the Elvis Duran and the Morning Show if she would be back for a second round of horror, despite the apparent demise of her vampish character Countess, she a simply answered "yes". Lady Gaga Lady Gaga picked up a Golden Globe for her role on American Horror Story.Lucy Nicholso/Reuters Why advertise with us That means that she will be joining the... Read More

Marilyn Manson will Guest Star in Salem 3 Marilyn Manson will Guest Star in Salem 3

Shock rocker Marilyn Manson will guest star in WGN America's "Salem," a show based on the 17th century Salem witch trials. Shock rocker Marilyn Manson will add another acting credit to his resume as he gears up to guest star in the WGN America supernatural drama "Salem," Forbes reported. The musician will display his acting chops as he portrays a new character for the upcoming third season of the show based on the 17th century's witch trials in Salem, Mass. However, "The Beautiful People" singer isn't going to be casting spells in his new role. Manson, 47, will be playing the role of barber surgeon Thomas Dinley, who... Read More

Lady Gaga admits she's acting to help her depression Lady Gaga admits she's acting to help her depression

Lady Gaga has admitted that acting in American Horror Story has helped her to deal with her depression and anxiety in a way that medication has never done. ‘I’m an actress now and that helps a lot,’ the musician admitted. ‘I’ve tried to get off [my medication], but my doctor always tells me not to, that it’s not safe for me.’ However, the Bad Romance singer revealed that ‘there is something about acting that has really helped’. ‘I’m a Stefani-Gaga hybrid,’ she told The Sun, ‘and I want you to know the real me.’ Gaga, real name Stefani Germanotta, has released five acclaimed albums since her break out in 2008 and now... Read More

Horror Movies Master Wes Craven dies at 76 Horror Movies Master Wes Craven dies at 76

LOS ANGELES Wes Craven, the famous writer-director who startled audiences with iconic suburban slashers like "Nightmare on Elm Street" and "Scream," has died at the age of 76. In a statement, Craven's family said that he died in his Los Angeles home Sunday, surrounded by family, after battling brain cancer. Craven helped reinvent the teen horror genre with 1984's "A Nightmare on Elm Street." The movie and its indelible, razor-fingered villain Freddy Krueger (played by Robert Englund) led to several sequels, as did his 1996 success, "Scream." "He was a consummate filmmaker and his body of work will live on forever... Read More

American Horror Story: Hotel Cast Adds Naomi Campbell American Horror Story: Hotel Cast Adds Naomi Campbell

Campbell is set to start shooting her multi episode arc this week and will play a "fashion editor who pays the ultimate price for her critiques," and, aside from having scenes with Angela Bassett, her character will also go “toe-to-toe” with Lady Gaga. Campbell will join fellow American Horror Story newbies mega pop star Lady Gaga, and New Girl's Max Greenfield, as well as returning stars Angela Bassett, Lily Rabe, Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Denis O’Hare, Finn Wittrock, Chloë Sevigny, Cheyenne Jackson, Wes Bentley and Matt Bomer. “It’s… a little bloodier and grislier I think than anything that we’ve done before... Read More

WATCH Lady Gaga Into American Horror Story: Hotel trailer WATCH Lady Gaga Into American Horror Story: Hotel trailer

We’re finally getting our first glimpse of Lady Gaga on “American Horror Story: Hotel” — at least, her hand. In the 10-second teaser released by FX Networks on Monday, Gaga’s silver, long-nailed hand is shown ringing the bell at the check-in desk, giving the first clues into her character. Just yesterday at Comic-Con in San Diego, “American Horror Story” creator Ryan Murphy revealed details about the new season and the superstar’s role, confirming that she will play one of the bad guys. “She said, ‘I want to be evil,’” Murphy recalled of his first meeting with Gaga. “I said, ‘You came to the right place.’” As seen in the... Read More

Horror star Irwin Keyes dies aged 63 Horror star Irwin Keyes dies aged 63

Irwin Keyes has died at the age of 63. The Hollywood actor - who was best known for his work in 'House Of 1000 Corpses' and 'Intolerable Cruelty' passed away on Wednesday (07.08.15) in Playa del Rey, California, after suffering complications from acromegaly, a rare gland disorder. The star's niece, Rene Galarza, announced the sad news on her Facebook page. She posted: "It's with deep sympathy that I'm writing this post. Early this morning my family was informed that our beloved uncle, brother, teammate and friend, Irwin Keyes, has had his last curtain call. "He is now an angel for us all and will be watching down.... Read More

Greg Nicotero: The Walking Dead 6 as A Puzzle Greg Nicotero: The Walking Dead 6 as A Puzzle

from comicbook.com: At the Saturn Awards this weekend, The Walking Dead's Greg Nicotero and Scott Gimple joined Collider to talk about plans for Season Six. "In season one, Night of the Living Dead was sort of our holy grail," Nicotero said. "We were striving to make something as meaningful as that material, and I think that six years in, not only do we continue to do it but we do it better. It gets harder every year, but we don't back down. I feel like our skeletons are just stripped of every emotion because we try so hard to keep the show fresh and keep the show original." "What I love what we're doing about the season... Read More

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