Movie Editor's Picks tagged Thriller

  • Ridley Scott comments on future of Alien franchise

    With the release of Alien: Covenant, Ridley Scott claimed that there would be plenty more Alien movies on the horizon. Seeing how the followup to Prometheus underperformed at the box office, however, many were skeptical about this franchise’s future.
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  • It is the biggest horror movies of all time

    After only a couple weeks, the 2017 adaptation of Stephen King’s It has become the highest-grossing horror movie of all time.
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Entries tagged Thriller

  • Bond 25 finds domestic distributor with Blade Runner 2049 director in talks

    Bond 25 has reportedly found a domestic distributor. It’s also been reported that one of the best directors in the business right now has been in talks to direct.
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  • New image of Samuel L. Jackson in Unbreakable sequel surfaces

    Superhero movies are all the rage nowadays. When M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable came out in 2000, though, the genre was just starting to make a comeback with films like X-Men.

     
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  • Ridley Scott admits that Alien franchise is on its last legs

    While it’s still unclear if Fox has given up on the franchise, it appears Scott is content with letting Alien die after multiple sequels failed to generate much interest from audiences.
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  • Christoph Waltz talks about his future with James Bond

    Christoph Waltz previously mentioned that he might reprise his role as Blofeld if Daniel Craig also returns as James Bond. Craig will be back for Bond 25, which must mean Waltz is on board too… right?
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    Bummer, I was hoping he would make it in the sequel so they could show more of him. He was good as Blofeld but I was disappointed as they hardly showed him in the movie and it had a lot of potential. SPECTRE was entertaining but the plot could have been a lot better.
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