Tom Hardy is tackling the dual roles of the notorious Kray brothers, gangsters from the UK back in the 1950s and 1960s. He’s giving them the “Orphan Black” treatment in that he’s playing both parts. He just happens to look like he’s taking the parts of another set of notorious brothers, the Geckos, who star in “From Dusk Til Dawn.”
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Hardy’s film, titled “Legend,” hits theaters stateside on October 2, 2015. It’s directed by Brian Helgeland, who gave us the phenom “L.A. Confidential,” so it oughta be pretty good. You can get a glimpse from the trailer below.
“Sinister 2” scares audiences this August (the 21st, to be exact). This is the poster, showcasing “Sinister” series villain Mr. Bughuul, who messed up Ethan Hawke and his family in the first movie.
“Sinister” director and co-writer Scott Derrickson does the writing chores on the sequel, lending some continuity before he goes off to direct Marvel’s “Dr Strange.” Original co-writer C. Robert Cargill also returns.
Ciaran Foy, who’s directed a bunch of short films, takes the director’s chair this time around. We’ll see how that goes, but truly the scares are the stars of this film.
Here’s the trailer, for good measure.
Hello fans! I’m embarking on another project, “Sorority Assassins!”
The Omega Chi sorority is actually a training ground for a group of female-only assassins called the Last. “Sorority Assassins” tells the action-packed stories of the sisters who must maintain their cover as assassins and the drama surrounding their pledges who may or may not know what violence their future holds.
All of this plays out in the social-political climate of a teen-aged woman’s place of maturing — college.
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June 20th, 2015 – Casting announcement for “Sorority Assassins” proof of concept trailer