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A24 & David S. Goyer Team Up For New Horror Film

A24 announced that they’ve teamed up with filmmaker David S. Goyer (Batman Begins, Blade, The Unborn) and his production company Phantom Four, led by President Kevin Turen, to bring an upcoming high concept original idea. 300 more words

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A24 Partners With David Goyer And Kevin Turen On Horror Project

Phantom Four’s David Goyer and Kevin Turen have teamed up with A24 on a high concept original horror film to be directed by Marc Munden. To be part of A24’s slate of films with Eva Maria Daniels of VisionChaos Productions, the film will be written by Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski, the duo who penned Akiva Goldsman’s… 97 more words

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'Utopia' Director Boards Science-Fiction Thriller for FilmNation

British director Marc Munden is in talks to direct FilmNation’s science-fiction thriller “Aether.”

FilmNation acquired Krysty Wilson-Cairns’ script last year and is producing, financing and handling worldwide sales. 171 more words


Marc Munden In Talks To Direct FilmNation's Hot Sci-Fi Thriller 'Aether'

EXCLUSIVE– Brit director Marc Munden is in talks to direct FilmNation’s hot sci-fi thriller Aether. Deadline first broke the news last March that Glen Basner’s ambitious company had moved quickly to acquire Krysty Wilson-Cairns’ spec script and to produce, finance and handle worldwide sales on the project. 111 more words


End of Utopia

Channel 4 has cancelled its cryptic crime-thriller Utopia after two seasons.

The news broke on the series’ Twitter feed:

So sad to confirm there won’t be a 3rd series of…

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Review of Utopia, UK TV series.

So it’s true that I don’t often (and won’t often) write a review, but this series deserves every bit of recognition it can get. I am avoiding spoilers at all cost and believe I have successfully done so. 969 more words

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A Modern Utopia (Continued)

Dennis Kelly’s Utopia has returned to Channel 4 and is as entertaining and as beautifully coloured as ever. And what’s particularly nice is that this is an apparent homage to, amongst others, the work of the mighty John Hinde.