BUZZ News Shorts: Agents Of SHIELD, In The Flesh, Star Wars & More

Cornelia_witnesses_her_husband_get_shot••• Judy Greer (Ant-Man, Jurassic World) will reprise her motion capture role as Caesar’s wife Cornelia from Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes in War For the Planet of the Apes. The Hollywood Reporter adds that Karin Konoval will also be back for a third time, playing Caesar’s closest ally Maurice the orangutan.

••• Fancy the limited edition Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens poster? Sadly it might be a tricky to get hold of if you live outside of the USA. It’s the first of a series of posters that AMC Theatres will be giving away as part of their Star Wars Sundays promotion on each Sunday, from 20 December to 10 January. A new poster by artist Dan Mumford will be revealed every week. Click on the image for a larger version. [via Coming Soon]

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••• Gremlins director Joe Dante’s next project is a supernatural thriller called Labirintus, which is set in an abandoned Soviet research lab hidden within the Hungarian Labyrinth, that lies beneath Buda Castle. In the film a paranormal investigator and a psychiatric researcher join forces to explore the facility, only to be confronted and tormented by supernatural forces that make them question their own sanity. [via The Hollywood Reporter]

••• Marvel has released two new portraits of Lash from Marvel’s Agents Of SHIELD giving by far the best look at the character yet. Click on the images for larger versions. [via Access Hollywood]

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IN-THE-FLESH••• In The Flesh creator Dominic Mitchell has told The Radio Times that he’s considering crowdfunding to revive the axed BBC zombie series as a movie. “I wouldn’t rule out a Kickstarter campaign. I’m a big fan of the TV series Veronica Mars, and the creator/writer Rob Thomas did something similar when the show was untimely cancelled and I thought the film worked really well in a number of ways. It stood by itself, meaning if you hadn’t watched the show you could still enjoy the movie as a first time viewer and if you had watched the series it was a joy to meet the characters and re-enter that world again. That’s what I would like to try and accomplish if In The Flesh became a feature film, make it accessible to new audiences while also satisfying the loyal fan base.”


 

 

 

 

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