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‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ and ‘V for Vendetta’ Come to Netflix Next Month, Plus a Double Dose of ‘Ace Ventura’

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‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ and ‘V for Vendetta’ Come to Netflix Next Month, Plus a Double Dose of ‘Ace Ventura’
Ah, December. A time for sipping hot beverages, retail therapy, and gathering the family around the television. This holiday season, Netflix will add blockbuster comedies new and old to its collection, as well as some more artistic fare fresh from festival circuit. Next month on the streaming platform, home viewers can catch the comedic stylings of Chris Pratt in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,” in case they missed it in theaters. If you prefer something a little darker, the Wachowskis’ dystopian epic “V for Vendetta” will also be available.

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Jim Carrey may be recently known for his painting skills and red carpet nihilism, but back in the ’90s he was just “Ace Ventura.” Beginning in December, you can revisit both “Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls” and “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.
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Here’s What’s Coming to Netflix in December 2017

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December will be here before you know it, and if you’re planning on spending the holidays curled up watching Netflix, they’ve got some new offerings for you. In terms of movies, the streaming service will add 8 Mile, Exporting Raymond, Full Metal Jacket, The Wackness, V for Vendetta, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and their original blockbuster Bright, which takes place in a world where magical creatures live alongside humans and Will Smith plays a cop who has an orc (Joel Edgerton) for a partner. On the TV side, Netflix has new seasons of The Magicians, Halt …
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Messiah: Netflix orders new faith-based series

David Crow Kirsten Howard Nov 17, 2017

At Netflix, Messiah will chronicle the world's reaction to a man thousands call "the Messiah" emerging from the Middle East...

The Word of God is good. It is also very lucrative. Ever since the days of silent films, the Bible has been big business in Hollywood. And as we travel ever further into 'peak television’s' new era of streaming, that one constant remains. However, the officially greenlit series Messiah, at least on its premise, promises to be a challenging new take on faith-based content.

First announced as in-development last spring, Netflix officially ordered a 10-episode series of Messiah yesterday, which is likely to be a controversial and highly publicised series when it eventually drops. Created by Michael Petroni, who has developed the project with producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, the series looks to provocatively consider the emergence (or reemergence?) of a figure claiming
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‘Messiah’: Netflix Orders Religious Drama Series From Mark Burnett & Roma Downey

Netflix has made it official. The Internet entertainment service has ordered Messiah, a present-day Jesus drama series from writer Michael Petroni (The Book Thief) and producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey. Deadline previously reported the series was in the works. In addition, Sense 8 and V for Vendetta helmer James McTeigue has signed on as a director and executive producer. Netflix is slated to premiere the series worldwide in 2019. Created by Petroni who also wrote…
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Crowdfund this! The Smell of Petrol - a short film about human trafficking

The Smell of Petrol is the second short film by award winning writer/director Branko Tomovic. The film highlights the dark and brutal world of human trafficking and shines a light on the people involved in such operations. It's a character study of a woman who is working as a trafficker for illegal immigrants but is faced with an unbearable task which forces her to take a look at her actions. Cosima Shaw will star as he main character Jackie. Cosima's filmography includes The Danish Girl, Doctor Who, The Odd Couple, Stolen and V for Vendetta. She won the Best Actress award at the British Independent Film Festival for her leading role in Ana Begins and currently stars in the NatGeo series Mars produced by Ron Howard. The exciting cast also includes Laurence Spellman (Game...

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J.K. Simmons meets his Other in trailer for sci-fi thriller Counterpart

Starz has released the trailer for their sci-fi spy thriller series Counterpart, starring Whiplash‘s J.K. Simmons. Simmons stars as Howard Silk, a low-level agency employee who discovers his opposite from a parallel world, a man very different yet similar in nearly every way to himself. The two Howards have to work together to stop an assassin sent from the other reality. Watch the trailer here…

Joining Simmons in the series is Olivia Williams (The Sixth Sense) as Emily Burton Silk, Harry Lloyd (The Theory of Everything) as Peter Quayle, Nazanin Boniadi (Homeland) as Clare, Nicholas Pinnock as Ian Shaw, Sara Serraiocco (Salvo) as Baldwin and Ulrich Thomsen (The Blacklist) as Aldrich. Also starring are Stephen Rea (V for Vendetta), Richard Schiff (The West Wing) and Sarah Bolger (The Tudors).

Counterpart will premiere on January 21st, 2018 on Starz.
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Heroes: Marvel vs DC Part 6: 2005-2009

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Welcome to this episode of Collider Heroes, hosted by Jon Schnepp, with Amy Dallen and Robert Meyer Burnett. The panel picks up with the next installment of their Marvel vs DC thru the decades in Film, TV and Animation. Today they explore the 2000's, specifically between 2005-2009. DC: Films Live Action 2005 - Constantine 2005 - Batman Begins 2006 - V for Vendetta 2006 - Superman Returns 2006 - Superman II the Donner Cut 2008 - The Dark Knight 2009 - Watchmen DC: Animated Movies 2005 - The Batman vs Dracula 2006 - Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo 2006 - Superman: Brainiac Attacks 2007 - Superman: Doomsday 2008 - Justice …
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Here’s What’s Leaving Netflix in November 2017

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A new month is almost upon us, which means that while plenty of new titles will be coming to Netflix, we also have to say goodbye to some movies and TV shows. Some will return eventually and others will be gone for good, so if you’re dead set on watching some of this stuff, you’ll want to adjust your list accordingly. The big titles leaving in November include Hard Candy, Hugo, The Matrix Trilogy, Twilight, V for Vendetta, Heavyweights, Sky High, Goosebumps, and all nine seasons of How I Met Your Mother, which is moving to Hulu. Here’…
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Kit Harington's New TV Show Is as Gory as Game of Thrones

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Kit Harington's New TV Show Is as Gory as Game of Thrones
If you thought Kit Harington's new show Gunpowder was going to be a typical BBC drama - a lavish historical adaptation with plenty of big names and beautiful cinematography - prepare to be shocked. Sure, the UK the series definitely packs a punch when it comes to star power, with Harington joined by stars like Liv Tyler and Mark Gatiss. The setting is definitely atmospheric, too, but it's also unforgiving when it comes to showing the realities of life in England in the 17th century. Following in the footsteps of shows like Taboo and Peaky Blinders, it heads into seriously dark territory. In the first episode alone, viewers witness brutal executions played out in their full gory glory, including one particularly gruesome moment when a young priest is hung, drawn, and quartered. The Guardian describes the show as "Game of Thrones minus dragons plus history", and it's true that thematically and visually,
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You Have Less Than a Month to Watch How I Met Your Mother Before It Leaves Netflix

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Once again, the time has come to say goodbye to some of our favorite movies and shows on Netflix. While there are some exciting new additions coming in November, such as Marvel's The Punisher, the streaming service is getting rid of some gems including the entire Matrix franchise and some beloved sitcoms. Needless to say, if you haven't watched How I Met Your Mother all the way through, we suggest starting now. Nov. 1 Back to the Secret Garden Black Books, series one-three Christmas with the Kranks Get Rich or Die Tryin' Hard Candy Hugo Ravenous The Brothers The Legend of Hell House The Matrix The Matrix Reloaded The Matrix Revolutions The Newton Boys Thomas & Friends: A Very Thomas Christmas Thomas & Friends: Holiday Express Thomas & Friends: Merry Winter Wish Thomas & Friends: The Christmas Engines Thomas & Friends: Ultimate Christmas Twilight V for Vendetta Nov. 3 Do I Sound Gay? Nov. 5 Hannah Montana: The Movie Heavyweights Sky High Nov.
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Gunpowder episode 1 review

Aliya Whiteley Oct 21, 2017

There's a touch of Hammer Horror about the BBC's new, macabre gunpowder plot three-parter starring Game Of Thrones' Kit Harington...

This review contains spoilers.

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My early knowledge about the Gunpowder Plot came from a Ladybird book in their ‘Adventure from History’ series. It went into a good amount of detail about certain elements such as the people behind the plan to blow up the Houses of Parliament and how they were caught. It was an intriguing business, but it wasn’t until many years later that I made an emotional connection to it through Alan Moore’s V for Vendetta. Desperation, fear, and persecution seeped into the mix. Every year, on the fifth of November, I think
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Drive-In Dust Offs: The Legacy (1978)

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The Creative Death sub-sub-genre took flight in the ‘70s with The Omen (1976), as that little imp Damien (and his dad) dispatched the cast in different macabre and entertaining ways. (Variety is the spice, and all that.) The ’78 sequel continued the burgeoning tradition, leading us up to The Legacy (1978) - a film that takes its own stab at variety by marrying The Old Dark House to The Dark Underlord and delivering a fun, wicked (albeit goofy) little offspring.

Released in September in the U.K. (and the following September stateside) by Columbia-emi-Warner (and Universal in the U.S.), The Legacy brought in $11 million against its $2.5 million budget, making it a commercial if not critical success. That this British/American co-production manages to combine their unique aesthetics into something coherent is and of itself some kind of horror miracle.

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365Flicks Podcast – Episode 90: Cincinnati Comic Expo Round-Up

Here’s the latest episode of the 365Flick podcast, part of the ever-growing podcast roster here on Nerdly. If you haven’t heard the show yet, you can check out previous episodes on Libsyn, whilst we’ll be featuring each and every new episode as it premieres.

365Flicks Podcast – Episode 90: Cincinnati Comic Expo Round-Up, 4th Monkey Anthology Kickstarter

Well guys we finally made the trip over America for the Cincinnati Comic Expo which was utterly utterly amazing and we spend 40 minutes of this episode re-capping our travels and experience. We met Miriam Margolyes and Kel Mitchell while taking in some awesome Q&A panels. We end the Round-Up with our Top 5 Expo moments. Thank to the amazing folks at Cinci Comic Expo for having us over to the expo, it was one hell of an experience.

Next up we have Daniel Farrand on the show to talk
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Daily Podcast: Is Seeing A Movie “Unsullied” Really A Better Experience? Netflix, Westworld, V For Vendetta, Fast 9

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Daily Podcast: Is Seeing A Movie “Unsullied” Really A Better Experience? Netflix, Westworld, V For Vendetta, Fast 9
On the October 6, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by Hoai-Tran Bui and Brad Oman to talk about the latest news including Netflix prices, Westworld season 2, V For Vendetta the tv series, Tyrese and the delay for Fast 9, and Bride of Frankenstein has been postponed, is the Dark Universe dead? And in the Mail Bag, […]

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Channel 4 rumoured to be developing V for Vendetta TV series

A new rumour is claiming that U.K. broadcast station Channel 4 is developing a TV adaptation of V for Vendetta.

The report comes by the way of Bleeding Cool who claims to have confirmed with industry sources that the Alan Moore and David Lloyd comic book V for Vendetta is indeed in the process of being translated for the small screen.

While this isn’t at all official, Channel 4 would actually seem like an appropriate fit for the venture, considering the network has been the original broadcaster for such shows as Black Mirror and, more recently, Philip K Dick’s Electric Dreams.

This isn’t the first time a screen adaptation of V for Vendetta has been attempted of course, with the Wachowskis having written a feature film version starring Hugo Weaving and Natalie Portman back in 2005.

This TV adaptation is just a rumour of course at this stage,
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‘V For Vendetta’ May Become a TV Series

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‘V For Vendetta’ May Become a TV Series
Remember, remember the fifth of October — the day news broke that a V for Vendetta TV series is reportedly in the works. Alan Moore and David Lloyd‘s seminal graphic novel may get the small screen treatment, after getting a movie adaptation in 2005 starring Hugo Weaving and Natalie Portman. While Moore has denounced any and all […]

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V For Vendetta series reportedly in the works at Channel 4

Kirsten Howard Oct 5, 2017

Rumour has it that Channel 4 are set to adapt Alan Moore and David Lloyd's comic V For Vendetta for the small screen...

In a move likely to set Alan Moore's teeth on edge for yet another year, news that a Watchmen TV series is in development at HBO under the pen of Lost's Damon Lindelof has been joined by a scoop from Bleeding Cool that a V For Vendetta TV show is on the way from Channel 4.

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The site have reportedly heard (and confirmed with sources) that a series is in development at the network, but had no further details on the
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V For Vendetta Is Reportedly Being Adapted For TV

Ironically for a writer who notoriously hates having his work adapted, the comics of Alan Moore just keep being brought to the screen. Sometimes they’re awful (The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen), sometimes they’re middling (Constantine), but on occasion they’re just plain awesome, like 2006’s V For Vendetta.

11 years since the smart, politically-aware dystopian story was last put to film, news has arrived that suggests it could be making its way to the screen again, this time on TV. According to Bleeding Cool, their industry sources have informed them that British network Channel 4 are working on a new TV series based on Moore’s original comic.

That’s about all we know for now, but it seems that the television version would likely hue closer to the graphic novel than the film, which was largely faithful but made some significant changes here and there. For one, it
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