Welcome to Larval Ink, a recurring feature which will take a look at the earliest iterations of certain genre films as they existed in their early scripting stage, long before the transformation which significantly changed the original vision into its final form for the silver screen. Here, we will be chatting with the writers of
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Second Stage Theater has confirmed the post-shutdown Broadway productions of Lynn Nottage’s Clyde’s, Richard Greenberg’s Take Me Out and Stephen Adly Guirgis’ Between Riverside and Crazy, with the earliest – Clyde’s – set to begin performances this Fall. Take Me Out, the all-star Covid-delayed revival directed by Scott Ellis and starring Patrick J. Adams, Jesse
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News Mac Miller’s Family Condemns Unauthorized Biography The family did not sign off on Paul Cantor’s Most Dope, but has sanctioned Donna-Claire Chesman’s The Book of Mac By Noah Yoo May 7, 2021 Facebook Twitter Malcolm James McCormick aka Mac Miller, July 2017 (Rick Kern/WireImage) Facebook Twitter Mac Miller’s family has issued a new statement
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No, no, we’re not talking about independence. This isn’t a political column. It’s Scots author Val McDermid’s new graphic novel, Resistance, which leads off our new books roundup this week. Her compatriot Denise Mina has previously adapted Stieg Larsson’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo to the format, and now McDermid has her own original
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Horrors Elsewhere is a recurring column that spotlights a variety of movies from all around the globe, particularly those not from the United States. Fears may not always be universal, but one thing is for sure — a scream is understood, always and everywhere. Neither leprechauns nor banshees can be found in Paddy Breathnach’s Irish slasher Shrooms. Cinematic
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Roland Neveu/Courtesy of Netflix; Getty Images Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. Rachel Walsh recently traveled thirty years back in time. After costuming (alongside Adam Howe) the BBC series-turned-Netflix-hit The Serpent—based on the real-life hunt for a serial killer in Southeast Asia in the ’70s—she’s now speaking
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As we learned last year, Orphan star Isabelle Fuhrman will be reprising the role of Esther in a prequel to Jaume Collet-Serra’s 2009 film that’s currently titled Orphan: First Kill, and filming recently wrapped up on the project. William Brent Bell (The Boy, Separation) directed First Kill, and he teases the upcoming film in a new chat with BD’s Boo Crew
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“Grey’s Anatomy”: Sarah Drew Teases Dr. April Kepner’s Return Grey’s Anatomy is saying goodbye to another beloved character. In the latest episode titled “Look Up Child,” it’s revealed Jesse Williams is moving on from his role as Dr. Jackson Avery.  Grey’s Anatomy executive producer and showrunner Krista Vernoff said in a statement to E! News, “Jesse Williams
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Calling all diverse women writers! LitUp—a writer’s fellowship from Reese’s Book Club—is accepting fee-free applications from unpublished, underrepresented women writers. Reese’s Book Club, along with We Need Diverse Books, have created this fellowship to aid diverse emerging writers so “more diverse stories are seen, heard, and read by all.” LitUp has partnered with Hello Sunshine
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Franklin Graham got a frosty response from the Seattle Police Department (CNP/Ron Sachs//Anadolu Agency/Getty) Franklin Graham has insisted he’s “not anti-gay” after Seattle Police refused to attend his dinner because of his homophobic views. The notoriously anti-LGBT+ preacher is hosting the aw enforcement appreciation dinner in Seattle next week, but there’s just one tiny problem: Seattle
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Paramount and Blumhouse’s upcoming new installment in the Paranormal Activity franchise will be going straight to Paramount+, with Christopher Landon (Happy Death Day, Freaky) on board to write and William Eubank (Underwater) directing. The movie had been dated for release on March 4, 2022, but it was subsequently pushed off the calendar. What does that mean? Well, according to
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If you’re going away to college, don’t forget to pack this cookbook filled with delicious recipes for all the foods you love. “College Cooking 101: Fast Food Without a Kitchen” contains over 80 recipes for the grab-n-go meals that fuel today’s student. This book was born out of necessity when the author’s daughter did not
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Another Paramount theatrical release is leaving the calendar, and that is the Antoine Fuqua-directed Mark Wahlberg sci-fi thriller Infinite, which will hit the Paramount+ streaming service in June. ViacomCBS CEO Bob Bakish made it official today during the conglom’s earnings call. Infinite was recently dated to hit cinemas on Sept. 24. Exhibition need not worry: There’s a ton of
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Translated by Alexandra Fleming — In 1959, the whole population of a mining village in Norrland, Sweden, disappeared. Only two people were left behind – the body of a woman stoned to death in the village square and a baby in the school classroom. No-one has been to Silvertjärn since and no explanation was ever
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