After being pushed from its original release date last summer due to numerous controversies, The Hunt is back and coming out in March as Blumhouse and Damon Lindelof put a new spin on The Most Dangerous Game.
Blumhouse is putting their grisly spin on The Most Dangerous Game in September’s The Hunt, where 12 strangers are kidnapped and left in the middle of nowhere to be hunted by wealthy big-game hunters.
Jordan Peele is bringing back one of the greatest TV shows of all time, The Twilight Zone, for CBS All Access in April with a slew of amazing guest stars like Adam Scott, Sanaa Lathan, John Cho, Steven Yeun, Rhea Seehorn, Taissa Farmiga and many more.
April kicks off with critically acclaimed new entries in the horror and comedy genres and two dramas based on true events.
Will Smith stars as an LAPD officer in a Los Angeles populated with fantasy creatures who is partnered with the first ever Orc officer (Joel Edgerton) and the pair uncover a powerful artifact that draws the attention of some dangerous factions in December’s Netflix movie, Bright.
Will Smith is an LAPD officer in a fantastical Los Angeles populated with creatures like elves and orcs in the upcoming Netflix movie from David Ayer (and co-written by Ayer and Max Landis), Bright.
Ready to sell their house and move to the suburbs, Mac (Seth Rogen) and Kelly (Rose Byrne) find themselves up against another group of rowdy college kids, this time a renegade sorority led by the crazed Shelby (Chloe Grace Moretz)
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler team back up as a pair of sisters who decide to throw one last rager in their childhood home before it’s sold in the upcoming comedy, Sisters, hitting this Christmas.