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The Monsters are Out to Get You in Goosebumps The Abominable Snowman, the Invisible Kid, a werewolf and all manners of creatures are unleashed in the new trailer for Goosebumps, starring Jack Black. Goosebumps is based on the series of children’s horror books written by R.L. Stine. Each book follows a different character and setting and in all of them kids find themselves in all sorts […] Read The Monsters are Out to Get You in Goosebumps on Filmonic.

Goosebumps International Trailer: More Scares, More Laughs Author R.L. Stine is a master of all things that go bump in the night. His Goosebumps books and television series were a touchstone for kids and young adults alike. And now, the newest example of ’90s nostalgia has Sony bringing those stories to new life in a feature film. The Goosebumps film comes screaming into theaters everywhere this October, and now a new international version of the trailer has hit the web.

Goosebumps International Trailer: More Scares, More Laughs Author R.L. Stine is a master of all things that go bump in the night. His Goosebumps books and television series were a touchstone for kids and young adults alike. And now, the newest example of ’90s nostalgia has Sony bringing those stories to new life in a feature film. The Goosebumps film comes screaming into theaters everywhere this October, and now a new international version of the trailer has hit the web.

The ironically elusive Zorro Reborn is still alive, could shoot in 2016 It’s been all quiet regarding the prospect of a Zorro reboot over the last few months, but it seems that the project is still alive and kicking, with THR

Fassbender is a flawed genius in Steve Jobs TV spot Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs movie is taking an altogether less saintly approach to the Apple innovator than the previous iteration starring Ashton Kutcher.

'Steve Jobs' TV spot is all about changing the world frameborder=”0” allowFullScreen> The latest look at Steve Jobs, the upcoming biopic about the Apple co-founder starring Michael Fassbender, pulls back the curtain a little bit more to tease the heart of the film.  Written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by Danny Boyle, the film is...

Steve Jobs To Close The BFI London Film Festival It's Mac and usHe’s opened the 30th Olympics and now Danny Boyle is closing The 59th BFI London Film Festival. The director’s latest, Steve Jobs, has been picked to bring down the curtain on the 12-day celebration of cinema on October 18. It follows on from recent closers Fury and Saving Mr. Banks in delivering major stars, Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet among them, to the Leicester Square red carpet.  Boyle drew the connection between his new biopic and the themes of his Olympics jamboree in a statement.

Goosebumps Trailer: Is the Movie Strictly for Hardcore Fans of the Books? Should a movie based on a book cater solely to those who’ve read that book? Of course not, for a variety of reasons. From a business perspective, Hollywood will always want to reach as many people as possible and woo audiences unfamiliar with the product at hand. This, despite the industry’s interests in primarily developing projects where there is great familiarity with the product at hand.

Goosebumps Trailer Unleashed Online The monsters are loose...R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps have long been a publishing phenomenon both in the US and here. And while it first became a TV series way back in 1995, it’s almost surprising a movie version has been wading through development limbo until now. But it’s finally ready to greet the world and has put out its first trailer. Goosebumps finds Jack Black as a reclusive, nervy version of the author, who lives with his daughter, Hannah (Odeya Rush). She’s intrigued by the arrival of a new neighbour, Zach (Dylan Minnette), and the two slowly start to bond.

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