Stranger Things creators address speculations about season 4 being the end of the series…
Matt and Ross Duffer, the siblings behind Netflix’s hit series Stranger Things have assured fans that the upcoming fourth season won’t be the end of the show.
In a chat with The Hollywood Reporter, the Duffers stated the pandemic had given them time to figure out what is best for the show while looking ahead.
“Season four won’t be the end. We know what the end is, and we know when it is. [The pandemic] has given us time to look ahead, figure out what is best for the show. Starting to fill that out gave us a better idea of how long we need to tell that story“, they said.
Shooting for season 4 had barely begun when it had to be halted due to COVID-19 concerns. While it hasn’t resumed yet, production is tentatively scheduled for September 2020.
A woman investigates the circumstances surrounding her own death in the trailer for The Death of Me…
The trailer is one of the creepiest I’ve seen this year, starting with a couple waking up to discover that the man had previously broken the woman’s neck.
Maggie Q is Christine, a woman whose search for how she could still be alive after her gruesome murder leads her to some of the most devious characters in the region.
Fans of the horror genre shouldn’t miss it as it will satisfy them from what is glimpsed in the trailer.
The Death of Me will be released by Saban Films on October 2, 2020. Check out the trailer below:
Despite Warner Bros’ efforts, footage from Christopher Nolan’s movie Tenet has leaked online.
Easily one of the most anticipated blockbusters of the year, Tenet boasts an incredible cast and one of the most compelling and intriguing plots in recent times.
Set to be released in 70 countries on August 26, 2020, Tenet will arrive in select U.S. cities on September 3, followed by a China debut on September 4.
Per a report from TorrentFreak, leaked Tenet footage has found its way to the internet. Thankfully, it only comes from the special prologue that was released with Inception’s 10-year anniversary re-release.
Warner Bros. has reportedly issued takedown notices in places where the footage has appeared and they have also reached out to Google to remove copies of the footage that may have been stored on its Drive.
Whatever happens, I would rather wait for the movie’s arrival than rush to see incomplete footage of the movie. I hope most movie fans feel the same way too.
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