Bill Skårsgard In The Just-Released “Boy Kills World” Trailer


Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions

Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions have released the first trailer for “Boy Kills World”, the action film produced by Sam Raimi and directed by German filmmaker Moritz Mohr.

“Boy Kills World” stars Skarsgård as “Boy” who vows revenge after his family is murdered by Hilda Van Der Koy (Janssen), the deranged matriarch of a corrupt post-apocalyptic dynasty that left the boy orphaned, deaf and voiceless. Driven by his inner voice, one which he co-opted from his favorite childhood video game, Boy trains with a mysterious shaman (Ruhian) to become an instrument of death and is set loose on the eve of the annual culling of dissidents.

Bedlam ensues as Boy commits bloody martial arts mayhem, inciting a wrath of carnage and blood-letting. As he tries to get his bearings in this delirious realm, Boy soon falls in with a desperate resistance group, all the while bickering with the apparent ghost of his rebellious little sister.

“Boy Kills World” had its world premiere at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival, and also features Jessica Rothe, Michelle Dockery, Brett Gelman, Isaiah Mustafa, Andrew Koji, and Sharlto Copley, with Boy’s inner voice by Archer and Bob’s Burgers‘ H. Jon Benjamin.

“Boy Kills World” will be released theatrically on April 26.


Ashley Wood and T.P. Louise’s Lore To Be Remastered This May

Lore-To-Be-Remastered-This-MayFan-favorite writer T.P. Louise and artist Ashley Wood’s beloved, boundary-pushing Lore comic will be remastered and made available as three deluxe, extra-length, and fully re-lettered issues this May from Image Comics.

A unique mix of prose and sequential storytelling, Lore follows Jennifer Bradley’s journey to solve the mystery of her father’s death. But her search grows increasingly bizarre when what she discovers threatens not just her existence, but the entirety of modern society, too.

“Our intent was to bring my love of myth and the supernatural and use it as a backdrop for the timeless daughter relationship journey,” said Wood. “Lore a love letter to the ’70s TV show In Search Of… with its abstract and unusual families. Artistically, its version two of the art style I started when developing Hellspawn.”

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New Album By Grammy Nominated Composer Bear McCreary To Tie-In With Upcoming Graphic Novel “The Singularity”

the-singularityTwo-time GRAMMY® Award-nominated, Emmy, and BAFTA Award-winning composer Bear McCreary will join forces with writer Mat Groom (Supermassive, Inferno Girl Red, Self/Made), artists Ramón K. Pérez (Stillwater, Deep Cuts), Danilo Beyruth (Deep Cuts), Matias Bergara (Eisner Award nominated The Scumbag), Rod Reis (C.O.W.L.), Eleonora Carlini, Helena Marsellis, John J. Pearson (The Infernals), and more, with creative director Kyle Higgins (Radiant Black, Moon Man, Deep Cuts), for the upcoming graphic novel, The Singularity.

This standalone story will hit shelves in May, be produced by Black Market Narrative, published by Image Comics, and tie-in with McCreary’s forthcoming concept album—of the same name—which was just announced this morning.

How much loss can one soul endure? In The Singularity graphic novel, Blue Eyes can’t stop being reborn. He tumbles from life to life, from one unthinkably strange universe to the next—the only constant is that, one way or another, everything that he learns to love is lost. But when Blue Eyes finally catches up to a mysterious figure he’s seen recurring throughout his lives, he realizes he might just have a chance to escape his cursed immortality—or, at very least, exact revenge for it.
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Med Hondo’s Musical Epic “West Indies: The Fugitive Slaves Of Liberty” New 4K Restoration To Run at Film Forum

West-Indies-The-Fugitive-Slaves-Of-LibertyThe great French-Mauritian director Med Hondo’s spectacular cinematic odyssey “West Indies: The Fugitive Slaves Of Liberty” (1979) will run at Film Forum in a new 4K restoration from Friday, March 22 through Thursday, March 28.

Adapted from Daniel Boukman’s Les Négriers (The Slavers), a play which Hondo directed in Paris in the early 70s, WEST INDIES: THE FUGITIVE SLAVES OF LIBERTY tells the story of French imperialism as a musical extravaganza.

Aboard an enormous hand built wooden slave ship acting as a multipurpose set, the film traverses the West Indies, Europe, and the Middle Passage, spanning over 400 years. Dynamic, intricately choreographed reenactments depict the effects of official French policy upon the colonized, the enslaved, and their descendants. Surveying the actions and motivations of the resigned, the revolutionary, and the powers that be (along with their lackeys), WEST INDIES is a call to arms for a spectacular yet critical cinematic reimagining of an entire people’s history of resistance and struggle.

At $1.3 million, it was the biggest-budget African production ever, as well as the continent’s first musical. Hondo, who wished “to free the very concept of musical comedy from its American trade mark” remained resolute in his vision, refusing to alter the script and rejecting funding offers from Warner Brothers and MGM when they asked for changes. Mixed critical reception in France barred the film from wider release with it gradually slipping out of circulation.
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Sundance Institute Announces 2024 Momentum Fellows

Sundance-Institute-2024-Momentum-FellowsToday the nonprofit Sundance Institute announced eight storytellers selected for the 2024 Momentum Fellowship. Now in its sixth year, Momentum continues its mission of fostering professional growth for mid-career artists, emphasizing professional development opportunities during a critical juncture in their creative journey.

The fellowship specifically targets mid-career artists hailing from historically marginalized backgrounds, offering them tailored support and resources. It is led by the Institute’s Women at Sundance and Artist Accelerator programs.

The fellowship supports creators working in fiction or nonfiction who have recently achieved a noteworthy accomplishment, such as a highly regarded feature film or series.

Momentum provides participants with a full-year program of customized support around current goals they identify for themselves to level up in their craft and career, including an unrestricted artist grant; professional coaching offered by Renee Freedman & Company, supported by The Harnisch Foundation; and connection to the Sundance Institute’s ELEVATE professional development track with exclusive workshops and sessions.
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Kings Of Leon Announce New Album and 2024 World Tour

Kings-Of-Leon-Announce-New-Album-and-2024-World-TourGRAMMY award-winning, multi-platinum rock band Kings of Leon are kicking off 2024 with a string of major announcements. Alongside news of a new label partnership with Capitol Records, the band has announced their upcoming 9th full-length studio album, Can We Please Have Fun, out on May 10. The hard-charging lead single, “Mustang” is available now, accompanied by a high-flying music video that sets the pace for the album. Kings of Leon also announce a 2024 World Tour.

Can We Please Have Fun, as its title suggests, is a document of one of this era’s great rock & roll bands cutting loose, trying new things, and, yes, having some fun. Recorded at Dark Horse studio in Nashville and produced with new collaborator Kid Harpoon (Harry Styles, Florence + the Machine) the album sees a new side of Kings of Leon. On the new album, the band harkens back to their gritty origins while simultaneously finding new gears. It’s the sound of a band unified in vision and purpose, freed from any expectations, and the album the band says they’ve always wanted to make.

It was the most enjoyable record I’ve ever been a part of,” Caleb says. “It’s like we allowed ourselves to be musically vulnerable,” Nathan adds. “I love it when a rock band is not embarrassed to admit that every song doesn’t have to be on 11.”
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Cate Blanchett, Jamie Lee Curtis and Kevin Hart In New “Borderlands” Trailer

borderlands-movieThe first trailer for Borderlands has been released, which gives us a glimpse of the characters in this adaptation of the best-selling Gearbox Software video game series.

The science fiction action comedy film is directed by Eli Roth (Thanksgiving).

Here, Lilith (Blanchett), an infamous bounty hunter with a mysterious past, reluctantly returns to her home, Pandora, the most chaotic planet in the galaxy. Her mission is to find the missing daughter of Atlas (Ramírez), the universe’s most powerful S.O.B. Lilith forms an unexpected alliance with a ragtag team of misfits – Roland (Hart), a seasoned mercenary on a mission; Tiny Tina (Greenblatt), a feral pre-teen demolitionist; Krieg (Munteanu), Tina’s musclebound protector; Tannis (Curtis), the oddball scientist who’s seen it all; and Claptrap (Black), a wiseass robot.

“These unlikely heroes must battle alien monsters and dangerous bandits to find and protect the missing girl, who may hold the key to unimaginable power,” says the film’s an official synopsis. “The fate of the universe could be in their hands – but they’ll be fighting for something more: each other.”


Dan + Shay Extend ‘The Heartbreak On The Map Tour’ Into Summer 2024

dan-and-shayThe 3x GRAMMY Award-winning duo, Dan + Shay, has just announced the extension of their highly anticipated 2024 The Heartbreak On The Map Tour. Produced by Live Nation, this tour is set to expand with 30 new dates that will feature support from Jake Owen and Dylan Marlowe.

The tour aptly receives its title from “Heartbreak On The Map,” the third song, and early fan-favorite on the duo’s fifth studio album, Bigger Houses.

The first leg of the tour is set to kick off on February 29, 2024, in Greenville, SC with support from acclaimed singer-songwriters Ben Rector and Hailey Whitters.

Tickets to the newly announced stops will be available starting with presales beginning today at 11am local time and a Dan + Shay presale at 12pm local time. Additional presales will run throughout the week ahead of the general onsale beginning February 23 at 10 AM local time.


New White Trees Adventure Begins In Zdarsky And Anka’s Upcoming “The Whisper Queen” In May

Zdarsky-And-Anka-The-Whisper-QueenBestselling writer Chip Zdarsky (Newburn, Batman) and fan-favorite artist Kris Anka (Across the Spider-Verse)—the all-star team behind The White Trees—return to the fantastical land of Blacksand with an all-new chapter in The Whisper Queen. This three issue miniseries is set to launch in May from Image Comics.

The series also boasts alternate covers by industry titan Fiona Staples (Saga) and Rosemary Valero-O’Connell (Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me).

“The White Trees is the best project I’ve ever been involved in, thanks to the gorgeous work by Kris and Matt,” said Zdarsky. “We always knew there were more stories to tell in the world of Blacksand, so getting the gang back together for another wild, action-filled adventure was a no-brainer. It’s years in the making and I hope everyone is ready to find out what happened next in The Whisper Queen!”

Anka added: “We’re back!” The royal guard has sent their most capable bounty hunters after the accomplices in the king’s murder! Javro, once the king’s most skilled assassin, must find the killers before they and the bounty hunters—including her son—are wiped out by the kingdom’s most feared specter: The Dark Whisper.

The White Trees was first introduced by Zdarsky and Anka to readers as a two issue miniseries and launched in 2019 to critical acclaim. Readers who pick up The Whisper Queen, and hope to discover the magic of The White Trees, will be able to snag The White Trees reprint hitting shelves the following week. It will collect both issues of that initial story together.
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Larry Fessenden’s “Blackout” From Dark Sky Films Sets Release On Theaters + Digital Platforms

dark-skies-BlackoutWritten and directed by Larry Fessenden, the horror thriller stars Alex Hurt, Addison Timlin, Motell Gyn Foster, Joseph Castillo-Midyett, Ella Rae Peck, Rigo Garay, John Speredakos, Michael Buscemi, Jeremy Holm, Joe Swanberg, Kevin Corrigan, Barbara Crampton as Kate; with James Le Gros and Marshall Bell.

“Blackout” is set to open for a one week exclusive NYC theatrical engagement at IFC Center on March 13th, which will feature special cast appearances and a Q&A. The film will be released nationwide on digital platforms and VOD on April 12th.

It marks the long-awaited reunion of Dark Sky Films and Larry Fessenden’s Glass Eye Pix, two iconic horror companies responsible for Ti West’s The House of The Devil and The Innkeepers, Jim Mickle’s Stake Land and Adrian Garcia Bogliano’s Late Phases.

Here’s the film’s official synopsis:

Painter Charley (Alex Hurt, Minyan, TV’s New Amsterdam) wakes up in an upstate motel where he appears to have been living for some time. After he packs and leaves he encounters various people in the small town where everybody knows your name. Charley is saying goodbye to the estranged love of his life, Sharon (Addison Timlin, Submission, TV’s American Horror Stories), and settling his affairs with a manic urgency that culminates with a call to a friend, Earl (Motell Gyn Foster, Marriage Story, A Dog’s Way Home), saying: “You better be ready, I’m coming.”

But Charley never makes it to his friend’s house: When the sun goes down he has convulsions while driving his car, goes off the road and ends up in a ditch. Charley, it seems, is a werewolf. He attacks his rescuers and moves through the outskirts of town at night wreaking havoc. But the next day he can’t remember the things he’s done. Now the tight-knit town must rally to find out what is tearing it apart: mistrust, fear, or a vicious monster.

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