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  1. Producer Charles Roven spills the beans While we already knew that Wonder Woman would be making an appearance in Batman v Superman, it had previously been unclear what sort of origin story the character would be given. However, producer Charles Roven has now confirmed that Wonder Woman will be presented as “a demigodâ€, continuing to explain that she is “the daughter of Zeusâ€. That marks something of a departure from the Amazonian legend of the character’s initial origin story, which saw her created by Hippolyta from the soul of the unborn daughter of the first woman to ever be murdered by a man. Perhaps Warner thought that would be too outlandish a concept to portray on the big screen, although given its cast of characters, realism is a relative concept for a film like this… In any case, Gal Gadot will have godly blood running through her veins when she lines up alongside Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill. Batman v Superman opens in the UK on 25 March 2016. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  2. There’s a new season of American Horror Story on the way, and FX doesn’t want you to forget it. As per usual with all content that falls under their network umbrella, they’ve inundated viewers with heaps of previews for their macabre soap opera’s fourth go-round, monikered Freak Show. It’s the FX way: run a dozen and change advertisements that clock in at thirty seconds, tops, and cut each of them like a nifty, suggestive little micro narrative. Somehow, American Horror Story always seems to come out ahead in this department – last year’s Coven, for example,and even the series’ fledgling season, Murder House, can claim well over a dozen teasers and trailers to their credit, and Freak Show thus far has proven to be no exception, boasting more promotional material than you can shake a stick at (or perhaps an extra limb). Case in point: FX has unleashed a brand new trio of teasers for the show’s impending October premiere; one cute, one creepy, and one that might actually make you jump. That’s the goal for this exercise, after all, and while a couple entries in Freak Show‘s marketing onslaught produce that exact desired effect, most of them are quite satisfied with simply being off kilter, unsettling, or just plain old weird. Take the first of the three fresh clips, respectively titled “Big and Small†(posted above) and “Extremes†(posted below). They’re actually rather similar in terms of concept: they both make a display out of size and perspective, featuring a smaller character (in “Big and Smallâ€, a dwarf, in “Extremesâ€, a child) set alongside or beneath a far larger figure. “Big and Small†feels like something of a sight gag, while “Extremes†washes over you with its unabashed eeriness. One idea, two teasers, two very different approaches to articulating those ideas in visuals. Which brings us to “Peek A Booâ€, the third and final new addition to Freak Show‘s growing stable of grotesqueries. This is a sequence that’s totally uninterested in just striking its viewers with atmosphere; no, this one goes right for the jugular. What’s on the other side of that tent curtain? Judging by the sounds, it’s an animal of some kind or another, but based on how the whole ordeal ends, maybe you don’t want to find out: Is it possible that the kids here have a run in with Twisty, one of Freak Show‘s two principle antagonists? We haven’t seen much of the murderous harlequin at all in the show’s plugs just yet (for good reason, according to Ryan Murphy’s description of the guy), and given that Twisty’s “thing†appears to be killing carnival workers, it seems more likely that these boys ran afoul of something else housed in Elsa Mars’ mysterious menagerie. (Maybe the snatched boy is going to end up being turned into a freak himself, a’la Tod Browning’s 1932 horror film Freaks.) Just a couple of weeks left until Freak Show opens its doors and treats us all to Murphy’s new slate of thrills, chills, and gruesome delights. If you’re not already excited for what the season has in store, then maybe these teasers will get you there. American Horror Story: Freak Show premieres October 8th, 2014.
  3. Brad Falchuk and Ryan Murphy’s stylish and strange anthology series American Horror Story has so far featured many staples of the horror genre – including ghosts, aliens and witches - but the upcoming fourth season, American Horror Story: Freak Show, will introduce perhaps the most nightmarish creatures ever born from the human imagination: clowns. One of the most famous (and most horrifying) clowns in the history of horror cinema is Tim Curry’s cheerfully demonic Pennywise from It. Fittingly, in one of the newest teasers for American Horror Story‘s new season, we get to see an imitation of one of the most memorable scenes from it, in which Pennywise opens his mouth to reveal a gaping maw full of nasty teeth. Though it’s not as original as some of the other promos for the show, American Horror Story‘s clown is pretty respectable nightmare fuel in its own right. The other teaser, titled “Twisted Smile,†also conjures up some carnival/circus imagery, which is odd since Murphy has explicitly said that the new season does not take place in a carnival or a circus, but in an independent freak show in Florida circa 1950. American Horror Story: Freak Show will feature a mix of cast members from past seasons and newcomers to the series, some of whom will be transformed to become the “freaks†of the show’s title. The returning cast includes series mainstay Jessica Lange as Elsa Mars, the manager of the show; Sarah Paulson as Bette and Dot Tattler, a set of conjoined twins; Michael Chiklis as strongman Wendell Del Toredo; and Kathy Bates as Effil Darling, the bearded lady. This season will also star regulars Emma Roberts and Evan Peters, American Horror Story: Coven‘s Angela Bassett and Gabourey Sidibe, and the world’s smallest woman, Jyoti Amge. American Horror Story can be hit and miss, but the teasers for the show are always top notch. Possibly the best promo for American Horror Story: Freak Show so far, however, is a fan-made sequence featuring a ‘Fallen Angel’ that was so well-made it was mistaken for being an official release. If the next season brings with it as much freaky imagery as the teasers have indicated, viewers could be in for a real treat. American Horror Story: Freak Show will premiere Wednesday, October 8 @ 10pm on FX.
  4. American Horror Story is a unique offering among today’s popular and award-winning television series. Not simply because of its bizarre and at times horrifying premises, but because it has premises, as in multiple – a new one each season, in fact. Ryan Murphy’s anthology horror series has previously dealt with threats from a haunted house, an insane asylum, and most recently a coven of witches in the Bayou. For its fourth season on FX – apply named American Horror Story: Freak Show – a creepy carnival will serve as the setting. Many of the series’ veterans are returning for Freak Show, including Kathy Bates and Jessica Lange (though the latter’s already announced season 4 will be her last). Newcomers to this season of American Horror Story include Michael Chiklis as Bates’ ex-husband, the world’s smallest woman, and the legend of stage and screen, Patti LaBelle. Undoubtedly, this season of American Horror Story will feature its strangest characters to date, as much of the cast is expected to appear as freaks in a carnival side show managed by Lange’s Elsa Mars. To give an example, returning star Sarah Paulson will be playing conjoined twins! Today, FX released a new poster for American Horror Story: Freak Show, featuring the cast as their freakish personas. Check it out below: CLICK FOR FULL SIZE As you can see for yourself, Bates’ Effil Darling will be a bearded lady and Chiklis’ Wendil del Tolito a typical carnival strongman. That’s Lange front and center, and surely her position at the fulcrum of this balancing act isn’t coincidental. The series tagline, “Wir sind alle freaks,†alludes to her German heritage as well and it translates to “we are all freaks,†a sentiment which will surely play heavy this season. The few details we already know about Freak Show also imply a rocky relationship between Darling and Angela Bassett’s Desiree Dupre since Dupre will be the new wife to Darling’s former husband, played by Chiklis. And you can see that division implied in the art above. Playing Darling’s son with Del Tolito is Evan Peters, and it appears his character is also needed to help stabilize the precarious balancing act between Darling, Dupre, and whomever Frances Conroy and Dennis O’Hare are playing. What other clues and hints can you find in the new art for American Horror Story: Freak Show? Let us know what you find in the comments below! American Horror Story: Freak Show will premiere Wednesday, October 8 @ 10pm on FX.
  5. With each season of American Horror Story, showrunner Ryan Murphy delves into different types of horror and themes. The upcoming season, subtitled Freak Show, will focus on a carnival setting in the 1950s. As with previous seasons, Freak Showwill be welcoming many cast members back: Angela Bassett, Kathy Bates, Frances Conroy, Denis O’Hare, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, and Emma Roberts. Meanwhile, Lea Michele, the star of Murphy’s high school musical drama, Glee, was also announced to be joining theAmerican Horror Story: Freak Show lineup. Now, another actor who has worked with Murphy before will be appearing in the upcoming season of the director’s horror series. Murphy revealed to EW that Matt Bomer (White Collar) would be guest-starring on one episode of the upcoming season of American Horror Story. The two have worked together previously on Murphy’s television shows Glee andThe New Normal as well as the HBO Emmy-nominated TV-movie The Normal Heart. Murphy said he’s excited to reunite with Bomer again and had to work around the actor’s Magic Mike 2 filming schedule in order to make the appearance work. As for the role Bomer will be playing, Murphy had little to say: “I try to get him to do everything for me. I sent him a text that said, ‘First right of refusal, here’s the role.’ It’s very…warped.†Between the reveal that Paulson will play conjoined twins, the casting of the world’s smallest woman, and the first promo for Freak Show, it appears Murphy won’t be shying away from any facet of the controversial carnival history. However, it also appears the freakish aspects of the show will be balanced by relatively normal characters – though even those appearing to be normal could still be “warped.†Whether Murphy’s description of Bomer’s character should be taken figuratively or literally (this is Freak Show after all) remains to be seen. Bomer could appear as one of the Freak Show participants with some sort of warped feature, or he could appear as a character with a warped personality/story arc. Both types of characters will fit right in on American Horror Story. What do you think, Screen Rant readers? Are you happy to see the White Collar star join AHS? American Horror Story: Freak Show will premiere Wednesday, October 8 @ 10pm on FX.
  6. American Horror Story: Freak Show (aka season 4) is a new anthology of Brad Falchuk and Ryan Murphy’s creepy horror-themed series about Americana life – and as usual, some twists, turns, odd, and downright scary things are expected of it. Previous anthologies of AHS focused on a troubled modern-day family living in a haunted house (season 1); a 1950s asylum that housed everything from madmen and serial killers to aliens and demons (season 2); and warring covens of witches deep in the Bayou (season 3). Each of these outlandish premises has masked deeper social critiques of American life, society and history, adding nice depth and layers to the series’ weird or gruesome exterior. American Horror Story: Freak Show will be going with the following premise: American Horror Story: Freak Show begins its tale in the quiet, sleepy hamlet of Jupiter, Florida. The year is 1952. A troupe of curiosities has just arrived to town, coinciding with the strange emergence of a dark entity that savagely threatens the lives of townsfolk and freaks alike. This is the story of the performers and their desperate journey of survival amidst the dying world of the American carny experience. The first thing of note is that we’re once again taking a trip back into the past – to tumultuous era of the 1950s, where the many issues of American inequity bubbled under the surface of a happy All-American veneer (until the cultural revolution of the 60s) – all while the threat of nuclear annihilation hung overhead. For the specific purposes of Freak Show, however, the 1950s were also a time when America began to cross over into the corporate consumer culture that rules today; when mom and pop stores began to be replaced by supermarkets, department stores, restaurant chains, etc. On the entertainment front, television was of course the big factor in changing the way people sought out their entertainment – or rather, why they stopped literally seeking forms of entertainment outside the home. All of this summates to a thematic arc to Freak Show which examines what America has lost in its turn towards the modern age. Of course, this show being what it is, there will be a whole lot more than just that going on; murders and conflict amongst oddball freaks (like Sarah Paulson playing conjoined twins) are just some of the other elements you can expect in the mix. A two-part Halloween-centric episode will air on October 21 and October 28, where fans will meet Wes Bently’s character, Eddie. Kathy Bates, no stranger to characters seeking revenge at her expense, will be the target of Eddie’s rage. Bates and Angela Bassett are set to create another twisted relationship after Coven‘s eternal war as Effil Darling and Desiree Dupre. Michael Chiklis will play Wendell del Tolito, husband to Basset’s Dupre, and ex-husband to Bates’ Darling. Evan Peters will return to play Jimmy Darling, the son of Wendell and Effil. Emma Roberts will play a character named Maggie. Sarah Paulson is playing conjoined twins Bette and Dot Tattler. At Comic-Con, it was announced that John Carroll Lynch will play the villain in Season 4. This villain is going to “scare the s**t out of you,†says Tim Minear, executive producer of American Horror Story. Patti LaBelle will take up a small role on the show as mother to Gabourey Sidibe and local town resident who uncovers a thing or two about the clown killer, Twisty. Also joining the cast this season is Jyoti Amge, the world’s smallest woman. Murphy tweeted a photo of Amge and Lange earlier this week. American Horror Story: Freak Show will premiere Wednesday, October 8 @ 10pm on FX.
  7. A lot of this week in civil liberties has been about the riots in Ferguson, Missouri, USA. Police troops fired tear gas on a television crew. This mirrors the ongoing web censorship efforts. The governments around the world are reacting the exact same way today as they did when the printing press arrived 500 years ago. There isn’t really anything new under the sun. Then, as now, they were used to telling people what was true and what wasn’t, telling whatever story that fit whatever it was they wanted to do. “Cannabis is dangerous. Tobacco is not harmful at all. Oh, and there are weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.†When police troops in Ferguson launched tear gas grenades at a television team from Al-Jazeera, that is a symptom of the exact same thing as web censorship: governments are losing control of the story. Governments can no longer invent whatever truth that fits what they want to happen. Police firing at press is actually something very rare – even in the worst of war zones, it’s a rare occurrence that press teams are deliberately targeted, and yet, this was precisely what happened in Ferguson, USA. The reason is the exact same as for web censorship and mass surveillance: The governments and the people working for them are attacking anybody who exposes what they do, using whatever power they have to do so. Tear gas grenades against a TV crew may have been both overviolent and counterproductive, but it’s still the same thing. It’s exactly what happened when the printing press arrived, and the penalties for using a printing press – thereby circumventing the truthtellers of that time – gradually increased to the death penalty (France, 1535). Not even the death penalty worked to deter people from using the printing press to tell their version of events to the world, which more often than not contradicted the official version. The cat was out of the bag. As it is now. Governments and police still don’t understand that everybody is a broadcaster – attacking a TV crew was futile in the first place. During the initial, hopeful months of the Arab Spring, a lot of photos circulated of young people gathering for protests. What was interesting about the photos were that they were taken with mobile phones, but also that they showed a lot of other people at the protest taking photos of the same crowd at the same time with their own mobile phone. Thus, the photos of the ongoing revolution contained instructions in themselves for how to perpetuate the revolution – take pictures of crowds defying the edicts and dictums. This is why it’s so puzzling that the police even bother to give special treatment to people from television stations and newspapers. Strictly speaking, they’re not necessary to get the story out anymore, even if they still have some follower advantage for the most part. “Police are being transformed from protecting the public into protecting government from the publicâ€, as @directorblue just tweeted. That could be said about pretty much anything concerning the net, too — from oppressive applications of copyright monopoly law to strangling net innovations or giving telcos monopolies that prevent the net’s utility. The attacks on the public by police troops in Ferguson, attacks from the copyright industry against those who want a free net, and web censorship by governments are all different sides of the same story. And all of this has happened before. Last time this happened, it took 200 years of civil war to settle the dust and agree that the printing press may have been a nice invention after all. Can we please not repeat that mistake?
  8. Glee co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s horror anthology show American Horror Story has won audiences over with the sheer force of its weirdness, with three seasons complete already and a fourth season gearing up for a fall premiere this year. After covering the traditional horror movie tropes of a haunted house, a mental asylum and a coven of witches, American Horror Story will next move on to even more sensitive territory in a new season titled American Horror Story: Freak Show. The cast of the next season has now been assembled, with quite a few actors returning from past seasons. Sarah Paulson will play conjoined twins Bette and Dot, and Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Frances Conroy, Gabourey Sidibe, Emma Roberts and Evan Peters are also all back for another round. They will be joined by cast newcomers Michael Chiklis, Wes Bentley, John Carroll Lynch, Finn Wittrock, and Patti LaBelle. American Horror Story: Freak Show is set in Juniper, FL, in one of the very last freak shows of the time, though since the only teaser for the show so far turned out to be a fake (albeit a very well-made one) we still don’t have much of an idea about what the new season’s plot(s) will be. There isn’t too much longer to wait before fans find out, however, as FX announced this morning that American Horror Story: Freak Show will premiere on Wednesday, October 8th at 10pm ET/PT. One last piece of casting news was also revealed this week as Murphy revealed onTwitter that Guinness World Record holder Jyoti Amge, the world’s smallest woman at just slightly over two feet tall, will star in the show in her first TV acting role. 20 year-old Amge hails from Nagpur, India, and was the subject of the 2009 documentary Body Shock: Two Foot High Teen before officially being declared the world’s smallest woman by the Guinness Book of World Records in 2011. Her restricted height is due to a genetic disorder called achondroplasia, and she is not expected to grow any taller. Amge has previously said that she would love to break into Bollywood movies, but due to a lack of offers she turned to Hollywood instead in order to fulfill her dream of becoming an actress. Unlike witches or ghosts, freak shows are a comparatively rare subject for horror movies, with the most famous example being Tod Browning’s 1932 cautionary taleFreaks. It will certainly be interesting to see how the various actors attached to the show will be transformed for their roles in the makeup department. American Horror Story: Freak Show premieres on Wednesday, October 8th at 10pm ET/PT on FX.
  9. Those in the mood for a horror movie will have their fair share of options to choose from, during the upcoming Halloween season. That list of spooky titles (well, they’re spooky in theory, anyway) arriving in October include the Conjuring spinoff/prequel, Annabelle; the board game movie adaptation Ouija; indie offerings such as The ABCs of Death 2; and an old-fashioned period horror/thriller, in the form of Stonehearst Asylum. Stonehearst Asylum was previously known as Eliza Graves, though it’s based on Edgar Allan Poe’s short story “The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fetherâ€. Story-wise, the film takes place during the 19th century, as newbie medical school graduate Edward Newgate (Jim Sturgess) takes a job at the eponymous mental institution. The ominous entrance gate to the facilities (seen in the trailer above) isn’t enough to send him walking in the opposite direction, it seems. Anyway, Edward is then introduced to two of his colleagues: Silas Lamb, played by Ben Kingsley (clearly Edward never saw Shutter Island…) and Eliza Graves (Kate Beckinsale), a figure that the doctor quickly becomes infatuated with; however, Edward soon realizes that everything is not as it seems. Fortunately, the trailer avoids shedding too much light on what those dark secrets are, by instead teasing the mysterious patients and creepy interiors that make Stonehearst Asylum… well, a less than ideal workplace. For additional hints about the unreliable nature of the film’s setting and characters, have a look at the poster for Stonehearst Asylum, featured below. Going by the trailer footage, the Stonehearst Asylum script by Joe Gangemi (Wind Chill) will be using many of the same tropes that tend to pop up in stories about shady mental institutions; how effectively it will use them, remains to be seen. That said, the film is looking pretty sold in terms of its atmosphere, thanks in part to the direction by Brad Anderson (The Machinist, The Call). Between that and a strong cast that also includes Michael Caine (Interstellar), Brendan Gleeson (Edge of Tomorrow), and David Thewlis (The Zero Theorem), Stonehearst Asylum seems as though it’ll be worth a look – maybe not in theaters, per se, but at least as a future rental option. Stonehearst Asylum opens in U.S. theaters on October 24th, 2014.
  10. Vikings could have easily sauntered its way into a “sophomore slump†after a stellar first outing, lead by the creative wizardry of Michael Hirst (The Tudors). Thankfully, the series came roaring out of the gates with its sensational season 2 premiere. Hirst’s deft touch at creating unique and interesting characters propelled Vikings to solid ratings for History, earning it another season; following its premiere at San Diego Comic-Con 2014, the season 3 trailer is now available for viewing online (see above). The trailer beautifully fits the dark and somber tones that the series is known for, featuring The Seer’s (John Kavanagh’s) frightening melodic voice. If The Seer is to be believed, then we are in for an even more grandiose journey when season three premieres in early 2015. When asked what we can expect to see next year, Mr. Hirst replied with this: Hirst: Well, we’re of course going back to Wessex, because we really like King Ecbert and Princess Kwentrith, she creates mayhem, which is fantastic. Ragnar and Ecbert are kind of equals, they can talk to each other and understand one another. When we go to Paris, we meet the French Emperor, whose the grandson of the great Charlemagne and his daughter. They’re both very important, because this is a story-line that isn’t going to go away. It’s a story that will go right through season 3 and then straight into season 4. It will have a huge impact on several of our leading characters. Scope is another aspect of the show that Hirst discussed throughout the interview. It appears that Vikings is going to continue getting bigger, with our leading players scattered between England and Scandinavia. Now, with the introduction of Paris and its emperor, Hirst and his team have a much larger cast of characters to play with. It will be exciting to see how the story unravels as this new season progresses. Looking back at the season 2 finale, Ragnar is in a precarious position. While Floki’s plan to deceive King Horik was a rousing success, Ragnar is slowly becoming more distant from his people. Sure, the blue-eyed viking loves his family, but his gaze is always off to the horizon. His last encounter with Athelstan had him learning the Lord’s Prayer. Will Ragnar ever relinquish his faith in Odin and Thor, or will he float in ambiguity, like his friend the priest has? Either way, with the invasion of Paris on its way, Ragnar’s faith will be tested in one way, or another. What do you think of the new trailer and what are you most looking forward to seeing in season 3? Stay tuned for more updates as we draw closer to 2015. Vikings season 3 will premiere in early 2015 on History.
  11. The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz is a 2014 documentary about the life of Aaron Swartz Official Pages Official Website Official Twitter Account Official Facebook Page Wikipedia Page’s_Own_Boy:_The_Story_of_Aaron_Swartz IMDB Page Rotten Tomatoes Page Reviews Buy this film Streaming/Digital Download