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Ranking the 10 Most Terrifying Gators and Crocs in Movie History in Honor of ‘Crawl’

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Ranking the 10 Most Terrifying Gators and Crocs in Movie History in Honor of ‘Crawl’
In the new horror movie “Crawl,” a pack of enormous alligators invades a sleepy Florida town during a violent hurricane and proceeds to rip the cast apart, limb by limb. These nasty gators aren’t the first critters of their kind to terrify audiences, however. Here’s our list of ravenous reptiles, ranked in order from scariest to silliest.

1) Alligator (1980)

Two-time Oscar-nominated screenwriter John Sayles penned this gruesomely entertaining monster mash about a baby gator named Ramón who gets flushed down a toilet and mutates into a 36-foot behemoth lurking in the Chicago sewer system. When his appetite for human flesh gets the better of him, Ramón bursts through the sidewalk and chows down on a horde of terrified locals. Featuring colorful performances from cult film superstars Robert Forster and Henry Silva, plus witty direction from the ever-dependable Lewis Teague, “Alligator” is more than just the best rampaging reptile movie
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‘Doctor Who,’ ‘Antiques Road Show’ Head to Pluto TV in Deal With BBC Studios

‘Doctor Who,’ ‘Antiques Road Show’ Head to Pluto TV in Deal With BBC Studios
Doctor Who” and “Antiques Road Show” are headed to Pluto TV, with each show getting its own channel, the Viacom-owned streaming TV service announced Monday.

The additions are part of a larger deal between Pluto TV and the BBC that brings more than 1,000 episodes of BBC original programming to the streaming service. Those episodes, which will be available beginning May 1, include “Being Erica,” “Bedlam,” “Primeval,” and “Robin Hood.”

The “Doctor Who,” channel will stream more than 200 episodes from the earlier seasons of the cult-classic series, which has featured 13 official Doctors.

Also Read: Pluto TV CEO on Impact of $340 Million Viacom Deal - and a Possible Premium Streaming Plan

“This new Pluto TV enterprise is appealing for us as we continue to attract new audiences through the creation of branded pop-up channels like Classic ‘Doctor Who’ and ‘Antiques Roadshow’ and expand on opportunities for existing fans to find their favorite shows to stream,
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‘Snatch’ Trailer: First Look At Season 2 Of Rupert Grint Sony Crackle Drama

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We’re getting the first look at Season 2 of Sony Crackle’s Snatch starring Rupert Grint. The Hill gang heads to sunny Costa del Sol for the sophomore run, where they’re on the lam in another fight to save their fortune and their lives.

This season, the Hills run afoul of the local kingpin and find themselves pressed into the malevolent crime boss’ service. The heroes attempt to outsmart their enemies even as they take over the town. The new season debuts Thursday, September 13 with all 10-episodes.

Grint, best-known for his role as Ron Weasley from the Harry Potter film franchise, returns as the utterly posh, Charlie Cavendish-Scott, alongside an ensemble cast featuring Luke Pasqualino as Albert Hill, Lucien Laviscount as Billy Ayres, Phoebe Dynevor as Lotti Mott, Juliet Aubrey as Lily Hill, Tamer Hassan (House Red
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Rupert Grint Drama ‘Snatch’ Gets Season 2 Premiere Date On Sony Crackle

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Rupert Grint Drama ‘Snatch’ Gets Season 2 Premiere Date On Sony Crackle
The second season of its scripted original drama Snatch starring Rupert Grint returns to Sony Crackle on Sept. 13, with all 10 episodes available for streaming.

The series takes viewers to Spain’s Costa del Sol and follows the Hill Gang on the lam in a fight to save their fortune and their lives.

This season, Hills run afoul of the local kingpin and find themselves pressed into the malevolent crime boss’ service. The heroes attempt to outsmart their enemies even as they take over the town.

Grint, best-know for his role as Ron Weasley from the Harry Potter film franchise, returns as the utterly posh, Charlie Cavendish-Scott, alongside an ensemble cast featuring Luke Pasqualino (Skins, The Borgias) as Albert Hill, Lucien Laviscount (Scream Queens, Honeytrap) as Billy Ayres, Phoebe Dynevor (The Village, Dickensian) as Lotti Mott, Juliet Aubrey (The Infiltrator, Primeval) as Lily Hill, Tamer Hassan (House Red) as Hate ‘Em
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Acorn Hires Former UKTV Acquisitions Chief Catherine Mackin As London MD

U.S. Svod service Acorn has hired former UKTV acquisitions chief Catherine Mackin as its commissioning chief. Mackin will become Managing Director of Acorn Media Enterprises, the company’s London-based development division.

Mackin, who starts in early July, replaces Shane Murphy, who is returning to Dublin as Group Head of Drama & Comedy at RTÉ. She will oversee Acorn TV’s growing commissioning and co-production slate, which includes titles such as London Kills and the second season of Agatha Raisin.

Mackin spent the last eight years as Director of Programme Acquisitions at UKTV, overseeing their scripted and non-scripted acquisitions, co-productions and pre-sales including Suits, Primeval and Murdoch Mysteries. She was largely responsible for stepping up the Discovery and BBC Studios-backed broadcaster’s move into premium U.S. shows and developing relationships with the major Hollywood studios.She was also Deputy Director of Programming at Ireland’s terrestrial commercial broadcaster TV3.
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P.J. Dillon (‘The Alienist’ cinematographer) on bringing ‘feature-film ambition’ to TV [Exclusive Video Interview]

P.J. Dillon (‘The Alienist’ cinematographer) on bringing ‘feature-film ambition’ to TV [Exclusive Video Interview]
Cinematographer P.J. Dillon knew “The Alienist” “was going to be a production written on a large canvas.” But even though he had read Caleb Carr‘s original novel, he was still surprised by “the scope and the scale of what was being attempted” in the television adaptation. Produced by Cary Joji Fukunaga (“True Detective”), this TNT limited series focuses on a newspaper illustrator (Luke Evans) who teams up with a criminal psychologist (Daniel Brühl) and a headstrong NYPD secretary (Dakota Fanning) to investigate a serial killer in 19th century New York City. Dillon shot 4 out of the 10 episodes, including the first 3. Watch our exclusive video interview with Dillon above.

See Dakota Fanning (‘The Alienist’): ‘I tend to be drawn to darker subject matter’ [Exclusive Video Interview]

Having served as director of photography on such shows as “Game of Thrones” and “Vikings,” Dillon is no stranger to gargantuan productions. “It’s a big machine,
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Comic Con arrives in St. Helens this weekend

St. Helens (Merseyside) hosts its first ever Comic-Con this weekend – 15th July 2017 – and the final guest line up from both Movie & Television and from the Comic Book World has now been announced along with guest signings and panel talks. Stars from Game of Thrones, Doctor Who, Harry Potter, The Hobbit, Primeval and Star Wars will be in attendance for the town’s first event of this kind.

Guest photoshoots have been announced and are as follows:-

11 am – Terry Molloy

12 pm – Jon Davey

12:30 pm – Ken Colley

1pm – Alan Harris

1:30 pm – Hannah Spearritt

2pm – Dominic Carter

2:30pm – Ross Mullan

3pm – Hugh Mitchell

4pm – Adam Brown

Along with this the comic book guests include Tim Perkins, Andy Cowsill, Nick Brokenshire, Andy Fairhurst and Sam Johnson.

Game to will be sponsoring a free gaming area, in which numerous Current-Gen platforms will be set up to play with, and on show will
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Back This! – Fun House / The Book Club

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Welcome to the latest edition of our regular crowdfunding feature here on Nerdly – Back This! – where we take a look at some of the cool content taking the crowdfunding route on sites such as Indiegogo, Sponsume and Kickstarter. This month we’re spotlighting two Very different projects…

Bring Back Fun House

Fun House mega-fan Glen Middleham and a group of his friends and colleagues need your help to launch a live event version of the classic TV show in London. They have been working with the original Fun House creative team to design a truly authentic experience, planned to include many of the games you used to adore as a child. In teams of 6 Reds vs 6 Yellows, you’ll be able to play wacky games, race the Fun Karts, tackle the vast ball pool and take on the gigantic Fun House itself in an experience which is planned to last 1h 45mins.
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Round-Up: Exclusive Poster for The Inhabitants, The Hatching, The X-Files & Ghostbusters Figures, All Hallows’ Eve 2, Monstrous Comic

In this round-up, we have an exclusive poster for the Rasmussen brothers' The Inhabitants, DVD release details on The Hatching, a look at Diamond Select Toys' The X-Files and Ghostbusters figures, an All Hallows' Eve 2 trailer, and Kickstarter campaign details for the comic book series Monstrous.

The Inhabitants Exclusive Poster: Hitting Blu-ray and DVD today from FilmRise, The Inhabitants was written and directed by Michael and Shawn Rasmussen (John Carpenter's The Ward). To celebrate the film's home media release, we've been provided with an exclusive poster from The Inhabitants just for Daily Dead readers (shown below).

Press Release: "New York – FilmRise has acquired North American home media rights to The Inhabitants, the new supernatural thriller from the writers of John Carpenter's The Ward. The Brooklyn-based film and TV distributor will release the film January 5th, 2016, on DVD and Blu-ray. The discs will include an exclusive behind-the-scenes featurette as well as the film's trailer.
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Doctor Who series 9: Face The Raven new pictures




The BBC has released a tidy pile of brand new pictures from Doctor Who series 9 episode, Face The Raven...

Now that Sleep No More is, er, no more, it's time to move on to the next episode of Doctor Who series nine: Face The Raven.

Written by Merlin and Primeval's Sarah Dollard, Face The Raven sees the Doctor and Clara inside a magical world concealed in our nation's capital. For more on that, here's the official synopsis:

"The Doctor and Clara, with their old friend Rigsy, find themselves in a magical alien world, hidden on a street in the heart of London. Sheltered within are some of the most fearsome creatures of the universe… and Ashildr (Maisie Williams)! With a death sentence hanging over their heads, not all of the intruders will get out alive."

You can see the preview teaser for the Justin Molotnikov-directed episode,
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Doctor Who series 9: Face The Raven spoiler-free review




Is Face The Raven any good? Yes, yes, yessity-yes. Here's our spoiler-free review of the next Doctor Who series 9 episode...

Today, the BBC has cost me 40p. In that time, I've listened to a bit of radio, caught up with the news at the BBC website. And then?

I watched Saturday's Doctor Who.

Good grief. In a series that's not been afraid to take twists, turns, to go off in precisely the opposite direction that people were expecting, Face The Raven has again demonstrated the confidence and talent that's fuelling modern day Doctor Who. It does feel like we take a lot of this for granted, but there are several flat-out exquisite moments in this episode - not least Peter Capaldi giving his work in The Zygon Inversion a run for its money - that surely deserve at the very least a lot more respect. Some thunderous applause would help,
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Peter Harness interview: Doctor Who, The Zygon Inversion




Spoilers: writer Peter Harness chats to us about The Zygon Invasion, The Zygon Inversion and Doctor Who...

This interview contains spoilers for Doctor Who: The Zygon Inversion, The Zygon Invasion, and Kill The Moon.

The weekend just gone saw The Zygon Inversion screen on BBC One, penned by Peter Harness and Steven Moffat. It’s Harness’ third Doctor Who episode, following The Zygon Invasion and Kill The Moon, and his pen also adapted Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, that appeared on our screens earlier this year.

He spared us some time for a spoiler-y chat about writing, Doctor Who, and taking risks…

I remember talking to James Moran around the time he wrote The Fires Of Pompeii for Doctor Who. He recalled that when he wrote that episode, Russell T Davies gave him some particular ingredients. It was going to be Pompeii, the day before the eruption,
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Round-Up: House Of Salem Poster, Santa Short Film, Pay The Ghost Blu-ray

Now in post-production, James Crow's House of Salem stars Andrew-Lee Potts, Anna Nightingale, and Robert Lowe. Also in this round-up: a look at the short horror film called Santa and details on the Pay the Ghost Blu-ray.

House of Salem: Press Release: "Independent film company Last British Dragon has just wrapped filming its second feature-length horror film after “Curse of the Witching Tree”. Written, Produced and Directed once again by James Crow, the film promises to build upon its success in the USA and the UK with another film entering the realms of demonic forces, gothic imagery, and eerie undead spirits.

A group of kidnappers become a child’s unlikely protectors, after finding out they have unwittingly been set up to take part in a deadly game of human sacrifice. As they start to uncover the truth of the safe house they find themselves trapped, they must battle demonic
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What next for Saturday night UK family drama?

From Primeval to Merlin and Atlantis, Doctor Who's return spawned a host of Saturday teatime dramas that have since disappeared. What next?

It’s Saturday night. BBC 1 is showing Doctor Who. It does this a lot, generally speaking, and has done on and off (sometimes very off) for over fifty years. When the show returned in 2005 it brought with it the realisation that there was a huge family audience un-catered for on Saturday nights, and unfortunately Doctor Who was only on air for a quarter of the year, so it couldn’t do it all by itself.

ITV quickly realised it needed to attract that audience too, and while it had gameshows that dominated the schedules it didn’t have anything like Buck Rogers In The 25th Century or The A Team to put up against the BBC this time. And time was of the essence: new shows had
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Doctor Who 10 years on: Where are the class of 2005 now?

The world of Doctor Who has changed greatly in the space of just 10 years. The cast and crew have almost completely been replaced since 2005, including a number of new actors to play the errant Time Lord and his companions.

But what has happened to the class of '05? Where are Rose and Mickey now? What is the writer of 'Dalek' up to? And where can you see more work from the director of 'Rose'?

Here it is then, your guide to the main players of Doctor Who series one.

The Cast

After his three-month on-screen stint as the Doctor, Christopher Eccleston's career continued in much the same vein, taking in theatre, interesting television roles and the odd blockbuster.

Post-2005, the Northern actor went Stateside to take on the role of invisible man Claude in the Us series Heroes. From there, he popped up in a very amusing Doctor Who-esque cameo as Dr.
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Kieran Bew Cast As Lead In ITV’s ‘Beowulf’

Kieran Bew (Da Vinci's Demons) has been cast to play the lead role of Beowulf in ITV's epic re-imagining of the iconic Old English poem following the exploits of the titular warrior as he battles a fearsome monster during Britain’s Dark Ages. Kieran will star alongside William Hurt (Humans), and Joanne Whalley (Wolf Hall). Created by James Dormer (Strike Back), Tim Haines (Primeval) and Katie Newman (Primeval), the action-packed 13 part series is produced by ITV Studios
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ITV announces cast for Beowulf 13-part series

ITV has announced casting for its new Beowulf series.

Da Vinci's Demons actor Kieran Bew will play the title role in a 13-part adaptation of the classic myth.

The Incredible Hulk's William Hurt, Downton Abbey's Ed Speleers and Wolf Hall's Joanne Whalley will also star in the series.

Rounding out the cast are Ian Puleston-Davies (Coronation Street), David Ajala (Black Mirror), Ellora Torchia (Indian Summers) and Alex Price (Penny Dreadful).

Created by Strike Back's James Dormer with Primeval's Tim Haines and Katie Newman, Beowulf is set in the mythical Shieldlands, a place of spectacle and danger populated by both humans and fantastical creatures.

Dormer said: "Hundreds of years ago our ancestors listened to the story of Beowulf because it was a great adventure story - it scared them, thrilled them, made them laugh and cry. But they also listened because they recognised themselves and their fears in it.
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The Musketeers series 2 episode 7 review: A Marriage Of Inconvenience

The Musketeers picks up the slack and delivers a surprising, eventful and engaging episode in A Marriage Of Inconvenience...

This review contains spoilers.

2.7 A Marriage Of Inconvenience

Last week’s Through A Glass Darkly was a slight blip on what has been a strong season for The Musketeers and it is with some relief that A Marriage Of Inconvenience returns the series, if not to its peak, then at least some way to it.

Directed by Edward Bennett (Waking The Dead, Silent Witness) and written by, Steve Bailie (Casualty, Primeval), A Marriage Of Inconvenience is a surprising episode in that it had me raging for the first half hour, but then as the twist became more clear it forced me to see it in a new light. This was an episode that caught me unawares and I liked it the more for it.

So what was going on? Well, in
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Digital Spy's rising stars for 2015: Joe Cole, Karla Crome and more

Who are the stars of tomorrow in TV, film and theatre?

Digital Spy presents its predictions for 2015 - in no particular order, here are seven young actors, writers, comedians and musicians who look destined to make an impression on the world of entertainment this year.

1. Billy Howle

After graduating from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in 2013, Billy Howle quickly landed television work in Channel 4's New Worlds and on ITV's Vera.

But the young actor first came to our attention last year with his powerful performance as the troubled James in sorely underrated countryside thriller Glue.

Next up for the talented Howle is a plum role in BBC One's adaptation of Laurie Lee's Cider with Rosie, which is due to be broadcast later in 2015.

2. Hannah Britland

A graduate from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Hannah Britland launched her television acting career with early roles in Misfits and Skins.
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ITV Plans A "Beowulf" TV Series

"Strike Back" executive producer James Dormer is set to adapt a new action drama series based on the ancient Anglo-Saxon poem "Beowulf" for British broadcaster ITV.

The thirteen-episode series, which ITV has greenlit, is set in the mythical Shieldlands and described as a "western set in the Dark Ages of Britain's mythic past". Both humans and fantastical creatures populate this world which will actually be filmed in England's North East.

Tim Haines ("Primeval," "Sinbad") and Katie Newman ("Primeval: New World") will executive produce, Stephen Smallwood ("Ripper Street," "The Day of the Triffids") will produce. Filming is slated to begin in April, but there's no casting locked down as yet.

Source: Variety
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