November 18th-November 24th
Written and directed by Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz, "Antebellum" looks like a twisted time-travel horror. The trailer cuts from scenes reminiscent of the Civil War, to modern life, then to a young girl à la "The Shining"- enough to draw audiences in and terrify them at the same time.
That is to be expected, given that "Antebellum" is produced by the same team that worked on "Get Out" and "Us". Janelle Monáe plays Veronica, an accomplished author who is stuck in the different timelines.
The film will be coming out in April 2020.
Bonus news of the week
The more footage we see from "Cats", the more unsettling the concept becomes- are those fur coats part of their own fur or do they belong to other cats? Why are they half human-half cat? Why not go for one or the other so we can all sleep undisturbed at night?
The songs and choreography will hopefully be good and one hopes the film's look will be partially salvaged by the likes of Ian McKellen, Dame Judy Dench, Idris Elba or Jennifer Hudson.
It is indeed an odd time we live in and I am actually really looking forward to seeing how the film will be pulled off.
`Mission: Impossible` casting news
Marvel actress Pom Klementieff joins the cast of Mission: Impossible 7 and 8.
`The Batman` casting news
John Turturro has been given the role of Carmine Falcone in Matt Reeves` "The Batman",
`Star Trek` news
Legion creator Noah Hawley will write and direct the next `Star Trek` film.
"Without Remorse" teaser
Michael B. Jordan is starring in the new exclusive teaser trailer for "Without Remorse". Based on the novel by Tom Clancy, it tells the story of a Navy SEAL attempting to avenge his wife`s death.