Spinning Headlines – Week 18: Weekend Box Office, Blade Runner 2049, Avatar, IT, Hellboy, Wonder Woman, Dunkirk, The Dark Tower, Bruce Lee, De Palma…

Box Office Weekend, new trailers/teasers for “Blade Runner 2049”, “IT”, “Wonder Woman”, “Dunkirk”, “The Dark Tower” and “Iron Sky 2”. Cliff Curtis cast in the “Avatar” sequels, “Hellboy” being rebooted with Neil Marshall and David Harbour, “Edge of Tomorrow” sequel news, HBO working on “Game of Thrones”-spinoffs, Bruce Lee-biopic has a director, Spit-take of the week and more…

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Spinning Headlines – Week 38: RIP Bill Nunn/Curtis Hanson, Weekend Box Office, Thor: Ragnarok, IT, Dark Tower: Wizard and Glass, Passengers, Paramount, Tran5formers…

This week: paying respects to Bill Nunn and Curtis Hanson with some very sad news to Monty Python-fans also. Weekend box office taken by “The Magnificent Seven”, trailers for “Taboo” and “Passengers”, Sam Neill joins “Thor: Ragnarok”, “IT” wraps filming, something’s rotten in Paramount, Bayformers 5 insults the British, “The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass” to become a miniseries, spit-take of the week and more.

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Spinning Saturday Headlines – Week 20: Star Trek Beyond, Thor: Ragnarok, Napoleon, The Dark Tower, Fast 8, TMNT 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming…

“Star Trek Beyond” full trailer, “Thor: Ragnarok” cast announced, Kubrick’s “Napoleon” to be helmed for HBO by Cary Fukunaga, did Stephen King just drop a massive “The Dark Tower”-spoiler? First pic of Charize Theron in “Fast 8”, Michael Keaton on/off/on “Spider-Man: Homecoming”, “The Purge: Election Year”-trailer, TMNT2 trailer, spit-take of the week and more.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 17: The Nice Guys, Tomb Raider, Batman: The Killing Joke, Dreamworks Animation, Stallone, Wolverine 3, Alita: Battle Angel…

Trailers for “The Nice Guys”, “Batman: The Killing Joke”, “Snowden”, “Cell”. The new Lara Croft has been cast – plus various other casting news, including “Alita: Battle Angel”. Dreamworks Animation bought by NBC/Universal, Scorcese eyeing a George Washington-film, Spit-take of the week and more…

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Imaginarium 61: Why Horror Fans Are Pussies
This episode of the Imaginarium is dedicated to my cat Odetta, who passed from this world on March 2nd. You’re greatly missed.   Please note: Due to some editing errors that would have been too time-consuming to correct, not to mention beyond my ability, there are several instances throughout... Read more
Stephen King confirms via Twitter: “The Dark Tower” movie begins production

Idris Elba & Matthew McConaughey officially cast.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 7: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2, John Wick 2, The Stand, Kingsman 2, San Andreas 2, Blade Runner 2, Astro Boy…

This week, we’ve got a big pile of number 2’s: “Guardians of the Galaxy 2”, “Kingsman 2”, “John Wick 2”, “San Andreas 2”, “Blade Runner 2”, “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 2″…also some Stephen King-adaptation news, Astro Boy, Amityville and of course the spit-take of the week – which is a big steaming pile of number 2 itself.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 50: X-Men Apocalypse, Dark Tower, Star Wars, Thor Ragnarok, Leftovers, Valerian and Dirty Dancing

“X-Men Apocalypse”-trailer, Idris Elba a frontrunner for Roland in “Dark Tower”, Cate Blanchett may be in “Thor Ragnarok”, “The Leftovers” gets a third season, Rebecca Ferguson returns for another “Mission”, a Chinese “Star wars”-trailer, Universal’s new “Mummy” cast?, Besson’s “Valerian” adds a Hawke and multiple spit-takes of the week.

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McConaughey with choices for The Dark Tower Adaptation
The much talked about, much beloved, never seems to get made series The Dark Tower from Stephen King is ramping up, as Matthew McConauhey might come on board. McConauhey will possibly grab the role of Padick, ‘a demon sorcerer’, the protagonist Gunslinger of the books is chasing. But with... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 16, 2015

All the news of the week that weren’t the new Star Wars-trailer…. There’s Flash Gordon, Dark Tower, Blade Runner, Michael Mann, Wonder Woman, Ant-Man, Ang Lee and much more.

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