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Wu Assassins: Release Date and Trailer for Netflix Martial Arts Series

Kayti Burt Joseph Baxter Jul 23, 2019

The Raid's Iko Uwais will star and do fight choreography for Netflix series Wu Assassins.

Are you ready for a TV show's worth of martial arts drama? Netflix is set to unveil a martial arts crime drama TV series starring Iko Uwais, who parlayed impressive cinematic combat in The Raid and The Raid 2 into a role in mega-franchise relaunch Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Brandishing the title, Wu Assassins, the series launches with a 10-episode inaugural season.

Wu Assassins Trailer

The first trailer for the long-awaited Wu Assassins is finally here. Check it out in all its mystical-martial-arts-imbued glory!

Video of Wu Assassins | Official Trailer | Netflix Wu Assassins Release Date

Wu Assassins makes its deadly, stealthy streaming arrival on Netflix on Thursday, August 8.

Wu Assassins Cast

Joining star Iko Uwais in the Wu Assassins cast are the following:

Byron Mann

Katheryn Winnick – Sidenote: Winnick holds
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‘Marvel’s Inhumans’ Canceled By ABC After One Season

Marvel’s Inhumans will not see a second season. ABC has canceled the action drama series.

The decision is not a surprise. The show premiered to modest ratings on ABC following its two-episode debut in Imax theaters two weeks before its linear premiere, and it never picked up steam. Box office receipts of $3.5 million disappointed all involved, and the show drew negative reviews from critics.

Marvel’s Inhumans explored the never-before-told epic adventure of the royal family, including Black Bolt, the enigmatic, commanding King of the Inhumans. After the family is splintered by a military coup, they barely escape to Hawaii, where they are greeted with surprising interactions with the lush world and humanity around them. Now they must find a way to reunite with each other and return to their home before their way of life is destroyed forever.

Marvel’s Inhumans starred Anson Mount as Black Bolt, Iwan Rheon as Maximus,
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Incredible adds three to slate, including single-day drama 'Life Is Wonderful' (exclusive)

Incredible adds three to slate, including single-day drama 'Life Is Wonderful' (exclusive)
Two further Dutch films are Barbara Bredero’s ‘Speech’ and Cecilia Verheyden’s ‘Behind The Clouds’.

Incredible Film has added three new Dutch films to its Cannes 2018 slate.

Frans Weisz’s Life Is Wonderful is a film about love and longing set during one spring day in Amsterdam. Speech by Barbara Bredero is a romantic comedy about the effect of our evolving language on a woman who is passionate about words.

Behind The Clouds is the debut feature for Cecilia Verheyden, based on a stage play by Michael De Cock and starring Chris Lomme.

Here in Cannes, the company has
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Netherlands' Film Production Incentive boosts local industry, shows research

Financial contributions worth $55m were made to 256 productions from July 2014 to December 2017.

New research published in the Netherlands this week has revealed the transformative effect the government’s Film Production Incentive has had on the local industry. The research covers the period from July 2014, when the incentive was introduced, to December 2017.

In this period, financial contributions worth $55m were made to 256 productions through the incentive, resulting in a Dutch film industry spend in excess of $253.3m million. For each euro granted through the incentive, an average of €4.60 was spent on production expenditure in the Netherlands.

The Netherlands Film Production Incentive is a cash rebate scheme.
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First full trailer for Dutch epic 'Redbad', more sales announced (exclusive)

Historical drama heading to China and eastern Europe.

The first full-length trailer and a raft of additional sales have been unveiled for Dutch historical epic Redbad.

Watch the new trailer above.

The project, directed by Roel Reine, has been sold by Dutch sales house Incredible Film to China (Star-d Group), Turkey (Ozen Film), Cis (Cross Media), Romania (Karpat Media) and Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia (Media Squad).

It has also been confirmed Dutch distributor Splendid Film will release the film in cinemas across the Netherlands from June 28 2018.

The first footage for Redbad, which is in post-production, was presented at this year’s Efm.
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Dutch epic 'Redbad' starring Jonathan Banks scores Us deal (exclusive)

Incredible Films will screen footage to buyers at Efm.

In the run up to this week’s Berlin European Film Market, Dutch sales company Incredible Films has announced an eye-catching deal with Epic Pictures via its Us distributor Epic Releasing for North American rights for Roel Reine’s epic period war film, Redbad.

The film stars Jonathan Banks (Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul), Søren Malling (The Killing, Borgen) and Gijs Naber (The Heineken Kidnapping, Penoza).

At Efm, Incredible’s Danielle Raaphorst will screen four minutes of footage of the film to buyers. Redbad will be ready for delivery in June 2018.

Roel Reine is one of the best action directors in the film business and Jonathan Banks gives the performance of his career,” Patrick Ewald, CEO of Epic Pictures, told ScreenDaily. “When Danielle Raaphorst and Incredible showed us early footage of the battle scenes and the impressive large-scale production value, we knew that Redbad was destined to become
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Topkapi Films reveal details of ambitious TV drama 'Flying Dutchmen'

Company founder Frans van Gestel also updates on their other film and TV projects.

Source: Topkapi

‘Flying Dutchmen’

Amsterdam-based Topkapi Films is to launch one of the most ambitious TV dramas in recent Dutch history, Flying Dutchmen, directed by Joram Lürsen (Public Works, In Orange). Shooting will start at the end of the year.

In an exclusive interview with Screen International, company founder Frans van Gestel has revealed details of the project, which recently received support from the Netherlands Production Incentive. The series consists of eight episodes, each with a budget of €800,000 Euros.

It tells the story of Anthony Fokker, the Dutch aviation pioneer and aircraft manufacturer, and of his very volatile partnership with fellow aviation expert, Albert Plesman.

Fokker became a naturalised German but returned to the Netherlands after the First World War and together with Plesman, began to build up the Dutch aviation industry. The two men took planes built for warfare and customised and re-designed
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Dead Again in Tombstone Exclusive Clip Brings Back Danny Trejo

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Dead Again in Tombstone Exclusive Clip Brings Back Danny Trejo
Danny Trejo and John Tierney are Dead Again in Tombstone. We have an exciting first look at the sequel to the 2013 cult hit Dead in Tombstone. In our exclusive sneak peek, Jeremiah tells the story of Guerrero to a group of cowboys worried who might be next on Guerrero's list. Soon, Guerrero rides into town and wreaks havoc. You can check out the clip below thanks to Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.

Danny Trejo returns as the infamous gang leader Guerrero de la Cruz in the all-new action packed adventure Dead Again in Tombstone. The follow-up is now available on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital HD and On Demand from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. This latest adeventure takes us to post-Civil War American West. Guerrero is force to go head to head agains a group of ex-confederates who threaten to destroy his family. In a dusty Western town, a suspense-filled and ferocious battle of good versus evil erupts.
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Danny Trejo shoots sharp in an exclusive clip for Dead Again in Tombstone

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In Roel Reiné's fantasy action flick Dead In Tombstone (2013), a gang overruns a small mining town and murders their own leader Guerrero (Danny Trejo) in a cold-blooded power grab. Sentenced to eternity in Hell he finds himself confronted by Satan himself (Mickey Rourke), offering a daring proposition: deliver the six souls of his former gang and he will escape damnation.... Read More...
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‘Marvel’s Inhumans’ IMAX Review: The Worst Thing Marvel Has Done In Decades

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‘Marvel’s Inhumans’ IMAX Review: The Worst Thing Marvel Has Done In Decades
Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. is not exactly a popular time to see a movie, but at the AMC Century City Imax theater, there were a total of four people sitting in the audience to catch the first two episodes of ABC’s “Marvel’s Inhumans.” All of them purchased their tickets less than an hour before showtime.

Just a few days earlier, the same theater had still been screening Christopher Nolan’s “Dunkirk,” the meticulously made and visceral World War II drama that’s become a box office success and an awards season contender. Based on both this weekend’s disappointing box office reports and even worse initial reviews, “Marvel’s Inhumans” will not be remembered for either of those qualities.

Inhumans” was a given a special theatrical release in IMAX, a new sort of effort to somehow blend the line between what we consider TV and film. While film lives on TV,
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Marvel’s Inhumans opens to $2.6 million worldwide

Marvel Television unleashed its latest offering in IMAX theaters this weekend, with the first two episodes of Inhumans grossing $2.6 million around the globe.

According to Box Office Mojo, Inhumans earned $1.5 million from around 400 locations in North America, along with a further $1.1 million from 65 international markets.

While this is a fraction of the IMAX openings for Inhumans‘ big screen cousins of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it is a fairly solid result for a TV show, especially as it’s had a) very little promotion, b) horrendous reviews, and c) zero buzz. For comparison, the season four finale of Game of Thrones earned $1.4 million from its theatrical run.

Have you seen Inhumans? What did you make of it? Let us know in the comments below, and be sure to check out our exclusive interview with director Roel Reine here…

Marvel’s Inhumans explores the never-before-told epic adventure of the royal family including Black Bolt,
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What is It Like to Direct Medusa’s Hair on “Inhumans?”

Some people wear mood rings to tell you what’s going on inside their heads, while others will wear their heart on their sleeves. Medusa of the Inhumans will however show you just how she feels by how her hair reacts to the given situation. While in the comics this is fairly straightforward and can be explained in many different ways and drawn in many different poses, in reality it becomes a bit problematic. Director Roel Reine even goes on to say: “…in one shot when Maximus puts his hand on Medusa’s shoulder, the hair must move away. Then when he

What is It Like to Direct Medusa’s Hair on “Inhumans?”
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Inhumans Could Crossover With Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Love them or loathe them, Marvel’s Royal Family are bound for television in the form of Inhumans, an eight-part series that staged its world premiere via IMAX just yesterday. From there, and following a two-week spell in theaters, Black Bolt and the gang will uproot for ABC, where Scott Buck (Iron Fist) and Roel Reiné’s lavish drama will occupy a Friday night slot. But where the show might head after that is currently up in the air.

And that’s because so far, both fans and critics have been thoroughly unimpressed with what seems to be the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first major misfire. Scrutinized almost right from the start, the first wave of reviews have not been too kind, as Fandom called the series “largely stripped of personality or flair,” while Newsarama considers it “aimless and bleached-out” and decrees it “Game of Thrones-lite.”

Perhaps most damning of all,
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Marvel's Inhumans review

Don Kaye Sep 29, 2017

A month ago, our Us chums saw a preview of the first two Inhumans episodes on an IMAX screen and the results... weren't pretty.

Inhumans, a new series from Marvel Television, has taken a strange path to the public: a shortened version of the first two episodes in the series arrived on the 1st of September for a limited run in IMAX theaters around the Us, before the show premiered on ABC (which, like Marvel, is owned by Disney) on September the 29th for an eight episode stretch. The saga of the Inhumans in the Marvel Comics universe is decades-long and twisty, as most long-running comic book creations are; but their history on the large and small screen, while shorter, is equally complicated.

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To keep it brief: the
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Inhumans Reviews: Marvel’s Adaptation Of The Royal Family Is “A Visual Bust”

Force Friday II may be stealing headlines left, right, and center with its exhaustive lineup for toys and goodies inspired by Star Wars and, in particular, The Last Jedi, but September 1st heralds the arrival of another geek-friendly product: Marvel and ABC’s Inhumans.

Beginning today, the long-anticipated adaptation of Marvel’s Royal Family will screen in select IMAX theaters, before the eight-part drama uproots for ABC, where it’ll join Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., towards the end of the month. That IMAX stint will last for around a week, before the arrival of New Line’s It adaptation, which is currently riding the crest of a wave.

Sadly, the opposite is true for Marvel’s Inhumans. Truth be told, the series has struggled to escape criticism since its inception – despite the best efforts of its cast – and there is now a general feeling of indifference looming over Attilan. Don’t believe us?
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The Director of Inhumans Talks About Directing Medusa's Hair and Pushing The VFX Limits

I honestly never in a million years would have thought that I would be writing so damn much about the hair of a character in any kind of film or TV series. Yet, here I am. Medusa's hair in Marvel's Inhumans series has caused quite a stir among fans.

A lot of fans hate what they've seen from the hair, while others aren't too critical about it. One thing is for sure, there was actually a lot of work and effort that went into trying to pull off Medusa's hair in the series... before we saw that they drastically changed it as seen in one of the latest TV spots.

During a recent interview with Independent, director Roel Reiné discussed what went into directing the hair, and the effort they put into trying to get it right. He explained:

"I see all the shots and then make notes. I pitch them the ideas,
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New trailer for Marvel’s ‘Inhumans’

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With the official debut date only days away (in IMAX cinemas) here’s a brand new trailer for the Marvel TV show Inhumans, which stars Eme Ikwuakor as Gorgon, Ken Leung as Karnak, Anson Mount as Black Bolt, Serinda Swan as Medusa, Isabelle Cornish as Crystal, and Iwan Rheon as Maximus.

Marvel’s Inhumans explores the never-before-told epic adventure of the royal family including Black Bolt, the enigmatic, commanding King of the Inhumans, with a voice so powerful that the slightest whisper can destroy a city. After the Royal Family of Inhumans is splintered by a military coup, they barely escape to Hawaii where their surprising interactions with the lush world and humanity around them may prove to not only save them, but Earth itself.

The legendary comic book series will be brought to life in a way that has never been done before, as a version of the first
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"Inhumans: Once And Future Kings"

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Sneak Peek more new footage from Marvel's "Inhumans" TV series, plus take a look @ Marvel Comics' "Inhumans: Once and Future Kings" #1 written by Christopher Priest and Ryan North, with illustrations by Phil Noto, Gustavo Duarte and covers by Nick Bradshaw, Duarte and Noto:

"...a king in training. A brother destined for madness. These are the early days of the 'Boltagon' legacy. When the king of the 'Inhumans' is attacked, 'Black Bolt' and 'Maximus' spring into action to save their leader!

"But when Black Bolt loses control, what are the consequences for his future kingdom - or his own family?

"Plus: A two-page backup starring 'Lockjaw', as told by North and Duarte..."

"Inhumans" stars Anson Mount ("Hell on Wheels") as 'Black Bolt', Serinda Swan ("Smallville") as 'Medusa', Iwan Rhoen ("Game of Thrones") as 'Maximus the Mad', Ken Leung ("Lost") as 'Karnak', Eme Ikwuakor ("Concussion") as 'Gorgon'...

,,,Isabelle Cornish ("Australia Day") as 'Crystal',
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