It’s something to do with fishes.
With the fourth installment in Wes Craven’s Scream saga due next year, it seemed that this franchise – like its protagonist, Sidney Prescott – would not be one easily killed off. And now it appears that its life has been prolonged even more, with the director openly admitting that screenwriter, Kevin Williamson, launched this latest film with a second trilogy in mind.
You know the Cravendale adverts? You know, the stop-motion animation where a cow, a pirate and a cyclist all live together, living off milk and competing in musical statue for the last glass? Well, picture a feature length film in that style, in French and with more imagination then you could use to power the whole of Whoville and you’ve got the gloriously absurd and playful A Town Called Panic.
After four seasons of insane-in-the-membrane teenage antics, it’s time to prepare yourself for Skins: The Movie. So get up, get out there and start behaving like raucous kids with nothing better to do than make a mess. And we’re not talking about finger painting. You have until the summer.
E4 producers have today confirmed that one of their most popular shows – Skins – will be turning the show into a big screen motion picture. Inordinately attractive teens everywhere rejoice!
Clash of the Titans is a remake of the 1981 classic of the same name, and tells the tale of the legendary Greek hero Perseus. Perseus (Sam Worthington) is the son of Zeus, but he’s been living the life of a fisherman down on Earth, unaware of his divine heritage. Perseus’ adopted family are killed by the evil god Hades and he vows revenge. Hades tells the King of Argos that unless he sacrifices his daughter Andromache to the gods, the Kraken will destroy the city, so Perseus and a rag-tag bunch of misfits set off on a quest to find three legendary witches who can tell them how to defeat the monster.
About a Boy nerd and Skins bad boy Nicholas Hoult is set to star in the Mad Max sequel Fury Road, along side Hollywood heavy hitters Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy.