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Don’t Let Go Trailer Reveals Time-bending Blumhouse Thriller

Kirsten Howard Jul 17, 2019

David Oyelowo is in a race against time in Don't Let Go, a new Blumhouse thriller.

Coming at you like a mix of Gregory Hoblit's Frequency and Tony Scott's Déjà Vu, with just a little bit of Blumhouse's signature urgency, Don't Let Go will be in cinemas everywhere next month to tempt you into the dark recesses of time-altering murder-mystery goodness.

When Detective Jack Radcliff's (David Oyelowo) family is murdered under mysterious circumstances, he sinks into an understandable depression. But then, he receives a strange phone call from his late niece (Storm Reid), which seems to be coming from a time before the murders took place. Jack faces a race against time itself to unravel the unsettling mystery and prevent a death that has already happened.

Both Oyelowo and Reid had roles in last year's A Wrinkle in Time but didn't share the screen together.
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‘Don’t Let Go’ Trailer: David Oyelowo Stars in Blumhouse’s Twisted Time-Traveling Murder Thriller

‘Don’t Let Go’ Trailer: David Oyelowo Stars in Blumhouse’s Twisted Time-Traveling Murder Thriller
When Jacob Aaron Estes’ latest film — and his first since the unmitigated disaster that was the Tobey Maguire-starring “The Details,” from 2011 — debuted at Sundance this past January, it was under the slightly video-game-esque title “Relive,” a wink at the unexpected nature of its time-traveling drama. Now the film, starring David Oyelowo and “Wrinkle in Time” breakout Storm Reid, has a new title and a chilling first trailer to help sell it.

The film is now known as “Don’t Let Go,” which speaks to another facet of its drama, a canny riff on time travel tropes. Per the film’s official synopsis, it follows “detective Jack Radcliff (Oyelowo) [who] gets a shocking phone call from his recently-murdered niece Ashley (Reid). Working together across time, they race to solve her murder before it can happen.” The film also stars Mykelti Williamson, Brian Tyree Henry, Shinelle Azoroh, Byron Mann, April Grace, and Alfred Molina.
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Noomi Rapace is a woman on the brink of madness in trailer for ‘Angel of Mine’

Lionsgate has released a new trailer for the thriller ‘Angel of Mine’ starring Noomi Rapace and Luke Evans as grieving parents.

The feature is an English language remake of Safy Nebbou’s ‘L’Empreinte’ and is directed by Kim Farrant from a screenplay by Luke Davies.

Noomi Rapace takes the lead as a mother who is convinced that her neighbour’s child is that of her own, the very daughter that was pronounced dead several years ago.

Also in trailers – It’s a race for survival in teaser trailer for ‘The Hunt

The film is out in Us cinemas and Digital HD on August 30th.

Angel of Mine Synopsis

Noomi Rapace plays a woman who, along with her ex-husband Mike (Luke Evans), is still struggling to cope with the loss of their daughter several years earlier. She becomes convinced that the daughter of a stranger (Yvonne Strahovski) is her own.
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Hunting Season Is Here and Humans Are the Prey in the Chilling Teaser For The Hunt

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If you thought ladies' weekend at the spa was an experience you couldn't believe, wait until you check out hunting season at The Manor in this first teaser for upcoming action-thriller, The Hunt. The film follows 12 strangers who wake up in a clearing with no clue where they are or how they got there. What they also don't know is that they've been selected for one specific purpose . . . the Hunt. If you're getting serious Most Dangerous Game vibes, you're not far off.

Written by Lost cocreator Damon Lindelof with The Leftovers collaborator Nick Cuse, The Hunt is about more than just a really fancy place where people go to hunt other people - though that is definitely a major point of the plot. The film follows a group of globalist elites who have gathered at the Manor for the very first time. Their hunting plans hits a major bump when
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First Teaser for Craig Zobel’s ‘The Hunt’ Sets Up a Dangerous Game

After his terrifying breakout film Compliance, Craig Zobel returned with the star-studded Z for Zachariah and now he’s back with the mysterious new thriller The Hunt. Not to be confused with Thomas Vinterberg’s Mads Mikkelsen-led film, this project comes from writers Damon Lindelof and Nick Cuse (The Leftovers) and producer Jason Blum.

Starring Ike Barinholtz, Betty Gilpin, Emma Roberts, Justin Hartley, Glenn Howerton, and Hilary Swank, the film follows a group of globalist elites who meet at the remote Manor House to hunt down humans for sport. When one of the hunted fights back, the game changes. If you saw Crawl this weekend, you likely saw the full trailer for the film which should make its way online soon, but in the meantime, Universal Pictures have released an inventive first teaser ahead of a September release.

Watch below.

The Hunt opens on September 27.
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It’s a race for survival in teaser trailer for ‘The Hunt’

Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions have launched a teaser trailer for ‘The Hunt’. Witness humans hunted like animals by the elite in the ad-like teaser.

From Jason Blum, the producer of ‘Get Out’ and The Purge series, and Damon Lindelof, co-creator of the TV series ‘The Leftovers’ and ‘Lost’, comes a new mysterious social thriller. The Hunt is written by Lindelof and his fellow ‘The Leftovers’ collaborator Nick Cuse and is directed by Craig Zobel. Blum produces for his Blumhouse Productions alongside Lindelof. The film is executive produced by Zobel, Cuse and Steven R. Molen.

The film stars Betty Gilpin, Hilary Swank, Ike Barinholtz, Emma Roberts, Justin Hartley, Glenn Howerton, Amy Madigan, Macon Blair and Steve Coulter.

Also in trailers – Martin Freeman has a bit of a problem with narcolepsy in trailer for ‘Ode To Joy

The film is set for a Us release on September 27th.

The Hunt Synopsis
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The First Trailer for ‘The Hunt’ Promises an Experience Like No Other

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Universal Pictures has released the first trailer for The Hunt, a film that feels like a cross between The Purge and The Most Dangerous Game. Interestingly, the trailer for The Hunt plays out like a commercial advertising a luxury hunting experience. It all feels so normal…right up until the final shot anyway… The sheer normalcy of […]

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‘The Hunt’: First Teaser Trailer For Blumhouse’s New Thriller By Damon Lindelof & Director Craig Zobel

‘The Hunt’: First Teaser Trailer For Blumhouse’s New Thriller By Damon Lindelof & Director Craig Zobel
There’s a fascinating mix of creatives involved with the new mysterious social thriller, “The Hunt.” The project comes from Jason Blum, the producer of “Get Out” and “The Purge” series, and Damon Lindelof, co-creator of the TV series “The Leftovers” and “Lost,” and director Craig Zobel known for “Compliance” and the 2015 Sundance hit “Z for Zachariah.” Zobel hasn’t directed a film since until now, but he’s also been busy in the world of television directing an episode of “Westworld” and the CBS All Access mystery thriller “One Dollar.”

Read More: The Best Films Of 2019… So Far

He’s back in the world of features for “The Hunt,” a movie that sounds a lot like 1932’s “The Most Dangerous Game” crossed with “Saw”.

Continue reading ‘The Hunt’: First Teaser Trailer For Blumhouse’s New Thriller By Damon Lindelof & Director Craig Zobel at The Playlist.
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Hunting season is open with first trailer for The Hunt

Universal Pictures has debuted the first poster and trailer for the upcoming Blumhouse thriller The Hunt. Directed by Craig Zobel, the film features a cast that includes Betty Gilpin, Hilary Swank, Emma Roberts, Justin Hartley, Ike Barinholtz, and Glenn Howerton; take a look here…

Twelve strangers wake up in a clearing. They don’t know where they are, or how they got there. They don’t know they’ve been chosen… for a very specific purpose … The Hunt.

In the shadow of a dark internet conspiracy theory, a group of globalist elites gathers for the very first time at a remote Manor House to hunt humans for sport. But the elites’ master plan is about to be derailed because one of the hunted, Crystal, knows The Hunters’ game better than they do. She turns the tables on the killers, picking them off, one by one, as she makes her way
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Hunting Season Is Here and Humans Are the Prey in the Chilling Teaser For The Hunt

Hunting Season Is Here and Humans Are the Prey in the Chilling Teaser For The Hunt
If you thought ladies' weekend at the spa was an experience you couldn't believe, wait until you check out hunting season at The Manor in this first teaser for upcoming action-thriller, The Hunt. The film follows 12 strangers who wake up in a clearing with no clue where they are or how they got there. What they also don't know is that they've been selected for one specific purpose . . . the Hunt. If you're getting serious Most Dangerous Game vibes, you're not far off.

Written by Lost cocreator Damon Lindelof with The Leftovers collaborator Nick Cuse, The Hunt is about more than just a really fancy place where people go to hunt other people - though that is definitely a major point of the plot. The film follows a group of globalist elites who have gathered at the Manor for the very first time. Their hunting plans hits a major bump when
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Blumhouse's The Hunt Teaser Trailer Goes Gunning for Human Prey

  • MovieWeb
Blumhouse has released the trailer for The Hunt and it looks pretty chilling. Damon Lindelof and Nick Cuse are behind the new movie, which has been described as a political and subversive thriller. As for the storyline, it is similar to The Most Dangerous Game, Battle Royale, and The Belko Experiment, but with a twist. It's unclear what the specific twist is, but it sure looks intriguing from the trailer.

The trailer for The Hunt plays like commercial inviting us to go join the Manor, an elite hunting facility that makes everything look nice and relaxing. However, as the narrator continues to hype the place up, one begins to notice that this isn't a normal hunting experience in the slightest. Instead of animals, the hunt is for humans, who have no idea where they are, or how they arrived there. You can read the logline below.

"Twelve strangers wake up in a clearing.
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First 'Hunting at the Manor' Teaser Trailer for Craig Zobel's 'The Hunt'

"Only designated people may be hunted at the manor." Universal has unveiled a teaser for the "mysterious social thriller" titled The Hunt, the latest film from clever filmmaker Craig Zobel. This project has been kept secret for a while, even while in production, but now they've revealed what it's about. There's a manor where "elites" go to hunt other humans for sport (another spin on The Most Dangerous Game). This time, one of the 12 people being hunted knows the game better than the hunters, and starts to fight back. Betty Gilpin stars as Crystal, with an ensemble cast including Ike Barinholtz, Emma Roberts, Justin Hartley, Glenn Howerton, Amy Madigan, Macon Blair, Steve Coulter, and Hilary Swank. This teaser doesn't have much real footage, more of an in-universe viral teaser to shock us into remembering this while we wait for a full trailer to arrive. So did it get your attention?
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Humans Are Hunted Down Like Wild Game in First Teaser Trailer For Damon Lindelof's The Hunt

Universal Pictures has released the first trailer for their upcoming survival thriller called The Hunt. The film is described as a mysterious social thriller and the story centers around twelve strangers who wake up in a clearing not knowing where they are or how they got there. What they don’t know is that they have been chosen to be hunted down and killed like wild game.

The movie actually looks like a lot of fun. It come from writer Damon Lindelof and director Craig Zobel. The Hunt was produced by Blumhouse Pictures and this is the synopsis that was released:

In the shadow of a dark internet conspiracy theory, a group of globalist elites gathers for the very first time at a remote Manor House to hunt humans for sport. But the elites’ master plan is about to be derailed because one of the hunted, Crystal, knows The Hunters’ game better than they do.
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Laura Gibson Launches 11:11 Entertainment Talent Management Company With Hannah Roth & Meghan Shankar

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Talent manager Laura Gibson has left Generate and has teamed with former talent agents Hannah Roth and Meghan Shankar to form the talent management company 11:11 Entertainment.

Gibson started her career at UTA, was an agent at ICM and spent the last six years in management at Generate. Roth spent the last twenty years at Buchwald working as an agent in both their NY and La offices. Shankar started her career at Creative Artists Management before moving to La where she worked at Gersh and then Domain as an agent for the last three years.

Their client roster includes Steve Agee, Luke Arnold, Samuel Anderson (Netflix’s Another Life), Brent Antonello (Dynasty), Eli Brown (Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionist), Louis Ozawa Changchien, Kimberly Hébert Gregory Saves the World), Marvin “Krondon” Jones,
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UK box office preview: Can 'Annabelle Comes Home', 'The Dead Don't Die' boost quiet-looking week?

UK box office preview: Can 'Annabelle Comes Home', 'The Dead Don't Die' boost quiet-looking week?
Other new openers include documentaries ’Armstrong’ and ’Pavarotti’, and Harry Wootliff’s debut feature ’Only You’.

It is a quiet week for new releases at the UK box office, with the top holdovers from last week likely to retain their places at the top of the chart.

Newcomers include Warner Bros’ horror sequel Annabelle Comes Home, the third entry in the successful franchise, which itself is a spin-off of The Conjuring series of films. Gary Dauberman directs the latest entry, which features Vera Farmiga in the cast. Farmiga appeared in the previous two Conjuring films and also stars in the upcoming sequel.
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‘Nxt: UK’ Review (July 10th 2019)

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Welcome to this week’s Nxt: UK review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have more action from the European brand of Nxt that somehow got Kassius Ohno on its roster. Hey, it’s good for them. Okay, let’s get UK crazy! That sucked. I’d erase it, but delete buttons cost too much money for the son of a basketball.

Match #1: Ilja Dragunov def. Ashton Smith The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

In the opening match of Nxt UK, the pure intensity of Ilja Dragunov proved too much for the talents of Ashton Smith, as he withstood everything his opponent threw at him and reigned supreme with Torpedo Moscow.

My Opinion: 2 out of 5 – As squashes go, this didn’t hurt my feelings, but it didn’t make my day either.

Match #2: Nxt UK Women’s Champion Toni Storm def. Candy Floss
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Hilary Swank Has Signed on to Star in Political Action Thriller The Hunt

Oscar-winning actress Hilary Swank has signed on to star in the upcoming political action-thriller The Hunt. Swank joins the previously cast Ike Barinholtz (The Mindy Project), Betty Gilpin (Glow), Emma Roberts (We’re the Millers), Justin Hartley (This is Us), and Glenn Howerton (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia).

The plot is being kept under wraps, and the film has a current release date of September 27, but I would be surprised if it came out that soon as that’s only two and a half months away and they just cast the star of the film. We will see what happens, but I am definitely on board with a cast like this. The film is being made by Universal and Blumhouse, and screenwriters Damon Lindelof and Nick Cuse. Craig Zobel is directing.

Are you interested in what we know so far about The Hunt?
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Hilary Swank Also Starring in Blumhouse’s ‘The Hunt’!

Hilary Swank Also Starring in Blumhouse’s ‘The Hunt’!
Writer Damon Lindelof (Lost, World War Z, Prometheus) and his fellow The Leftovers collaborator Nick Cuse are set to bring audiences on The Hunt, a new politically charged action-thriller from director Craig Zobel (Z for Zachariah, The Leftovers). The cast includes Emma Roberts, Justin Hartley, Betty Gilpin, Glenn Howerton, Jim Klock, Charli Slaughter and Dean West (The Highwaymen). Deadline reports today that the film will also star two-time Oscar-winning actress Hilary Swank, who also appeared […]
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Hilary Swank Joins Ike Barinholtz in Blumhouse Thriller 'The Hunt'

Blumhouse's The Hunt has cast Hilary Swank in the politically charged action-thriller from screenwriters Damon Lindelof and Nick Cuse.

Ike Barinholtz, Emma Roberts, Justin Hartley and Glenn Howerton are already on board the project, with Craig Zobel, who worked with Lindelof and Cuse on HBO's The Leftovers, directing the pic.

The production, which is about to start shooting, will have a tight turnaround as Universal has dated it for a Sept. 27 opening.

Blumhouse's Jason Blum will produce, alongside Lindelof for his White Rabbit shingle. Cuse and Zobel will executive produce. Universal’s Erik Baiers and Jay Polidoro will oversee ...
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Underway On ‘355’ At Uni With ‘The War Of The Worlds’ Series For Apple, Simon Kinberg Ends Long Fox Run

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Underway On ‘355’ At Uni With ‘The War Of The Worlds’ Series For Apple, Simon Kinberg Ends Long Fox Run
Exclusive: One day into production in Europe on the global spy thriller 355 that he hatched with Jessica Chastain for Universal, FilmNation and Freckle Films, Simon Kinberg’s Genre Films is quietly exiting his overall film deal at Fox this month. That brings to an end a 20-year run where he has worked steadily, pretty much since he sold to the studio his first script out of Columbia University, Mr and Mrs. Smith. Genre has had an overall Fox film deal since 2010.

Even though the exit comes on the heels of disappointing returns on the X-Men First Class film Dark Phoenix, the timing is coincidental. Kinberg had planned this exit for at least half a year, as Disney was making plans to take it over, with the X-Men franchise steered by Marvel impresario Kevin Feige. Sources said that Kinberg could have, but decided not to make another deal with a major studio.
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