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Blumhouse Productions is everywhere right now. In addition to the successful The Purge series, which continues with a TV show this spring, the horror studio is breaking into Hollywood adaptations with the latest Halloween movie, and continuing M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable series with Glass. There’s a lot to talk about, and we’re going to dive into it all.
Video: USA Network has shared another glimpse at its upcoming Purge TV series, and the new trailer offers a much better look at the creepy religious cult we saw in the earlier trailer. Also, it sure looks like someone’s been watching The Handmaid’s Tale, taking notes, and figuring out where to add more violence.
Fans were surprised last year when Blumhouse founder Jason Blum said that USA Network and Syfy's planned The Purge TV show would showcase the other 364 non-Purge days of the year. It left us wondering how much murder and mayhem we were actually going to be seeing. Luckily, executive producer James DeMonaco has the answer: It's still a lot.
Daniel Craig reconfirms his return to James Bond. DC still has hopes for a Birds of Prey movie. Thanos wants to get snapping in a new Infinity War TV spot. Plus, more footage from The Meg, Team Flash faces the Thinker, and some Legends of Tomorrow stars could be going rogue in the next season. To me, my spoilers!
Video: By now, you know how The Purge works. Once every year, virtually all crimes become legal for 12 hours during which people are free to do whatever they want without fear of consequences. Shockingly, Purge night is always a brutal and bloody event that many do not survive. The new trailer for The First Purge gives us a look at how it all started.
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Wayward Pines is officially over. A Supergirl star joins the second season of The Punisher. A few more details about the Purge television series emerge. Rose McIver teases more for Liv's love life on this season of iZombie. Plus a new look at the next Legends of Tomorrow and the final episodes of Star Wars Rebels. Spoilers get!
Todd McFarlane wants Keith David in his Spawn movie... but only for a little bit. The Stargate webseries has found its Catherine Langford. Sony wants to bring Settlers of Catan to the big screen. Plus, how the Purge TV show will create tension without being about the Purge, and a cryptic new Stranger Things teaser. Spoilers, away!
The purge of US government employees that have scientific expertise continues. On Friday local time, the last three members of the White House's Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) closed the door to their office for the final time. "Science division out. Mic drop," one of the employees tweeted.
We've known since last spring about the planned TV show based on The Purge, the series of films that imagine an America that allows, encourages and delights in one night per year of lawless anarchy and violence. We now have an even better idea of how that concept will translate to the small screen. Long story short: It won't be set on Purge Night at all.
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