Paramount and Blumhouse’s upcoming new installment in the Paranormal Activity franchise will be going straight to Paramount+, with Christopher Landon (Happy Death Day, Freaky) on board to write and William Eubank (Underwater) directing. The movie had been dated for release on March 4, 2022, but it was subsequently pushed off the calendar. What does that mean? Well, according to
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Films that mine the paranoia, tension (and sometimes, joy) from the screens and apps that consume our lives now. By Roxana Hadadi May 6, 2021 Photo Illustration by C.J. Robinson Hollywood’s depictions of the ways in which we live on social media have tended to rely on the downsides: misinformation, bullying, doom-scrolling, and self-hate. In
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This Norwegian thriller is a visceral dive into the supernatural, but because it deals with the mysteries of the human mind as it comes of age, Thelma is as eerie and haunting as its atmospheric settings. The contrast of Thelma’s Oslo university against her moor-like country home seems strange at first, but when she begins experiencing
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As we learned last year, Orphan star Isabelle Fuhrman will be reprising the role of Esther in a prequel to Jaume Collet-Serra’s 2009 film that’s currently titled Orphan: First Kill, and filming recently wrapped up on the project. William Brent Bell (The Boy, Separation) directed First Kill, and he teases the upcoming film in a new chat with BD’s Boo Crew
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Play video content Boston George: Famous without the Fortune Johnny Depp‘s relationship with George Jung went far beyond their “Blow” connection … and it’s on display in a new docuseries about the late and infamous drug smuggler. In this clip, obtained by TMZ, Depp calls Jung, AKA Boston George, “one of my favorite people instantly”
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Calling all diverse women writers! LitUp—a writer’s fellowship from Reese’s Book Club—is accepting fee-free applications from unpublished, underrepresented women writers. Reese’s Book Club, along with We Need Diverse Books, have created this fellowship to aid diverse emerging writers so “more diverse stories are seen, heard, and read by all.” LitUp has partnered with Hello Sunshine
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Ever since the release of their debut album, 2015’s Lowlight, Los Angeles-based musician Rosie Tucker has combined wry humour and playful sincerity to craft songs that can be both bracingly intimate and unabashedly fun. Their third album, Sucker Supreme, the follow-up to 2019’s Never Not Never Not Never Not, is their most dynamic and ambitious
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Untitled William S. Burroughs Biopic – TBD (Pre-Production) Kristen Stewart is no stranger when it comes to adaptations of novels from Beat Generation writers, having previously appeared in Walter Salles’ 2012 movie version of Jack Kerouac’s iconic On the Road, in which she played Marylou, Dean Moriarty’s (Garrett Hedlund) 16-year-old wife. This time around, Stewart
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Matthew Dear has previewed Preacher’s Sigh & Potion: Lost Album with a new track called ‘Hikers Y’. It arrives with an accompanying video created by Michael Flanagan, which you can check out below. “Listening back to ‘Hikers Y’, I hear the dark of night in my voice and delivery,” Dear said in a statement. “This
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The Department of Defense Office of the Inspector General has announced the launch of a formal evaluation into The Pentagon’s actions regarding “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” or UAP. According to a memorandum provided to The Debrief and then released by the Inspector General, “The objective of this evaluation is to determine the extent to which the
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There were two book series I’d dash down the aisles of Waldenbooks for as a young reader: The Baby-Sitters Club and Goosebumps. Like so many young readers, the Goosebumps series appealed to me as someone who loved scary stories, and R.L. Stine was tapping into something that made me crave more. I never quite got
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The official account for Netflix‘s “Stranger Things” over on YouTube is teasing a special little *something* for tomorrow, uploading a mysterious video with a cryptic caption. The video’s description reads, “Due to technical difficulties, Hawkins National Laboratory will be closed until further notice. We will be back in service tomorrow at 9:00AM ET.” As for
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George Jung — the prolific cocaine smuggler portrayed by Johnny Depp in the movie “Blow” — has died … TMZ has learned. Sources close to the situation tell TMZ … George died Wednesday morning at home in the Boston area. The cause of death is currently not known, though he had recently been experiencing liver
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