Madeleine Arthur in Color Out Of Space!!! OUT IN THEATRES TODAY!!!

COLOR OUT OF SPACE (which also stars NICOLAS CAGE) HITS THEATRES TODAY, Friday Jan. 24th and sees the long-awaited return of director Richard Stanley!

Directed with great style and innovative use of light, shadows and, yes, color, “Color Out of Space” is based on an iconic short story from 1927 by H.P. Lovecraft. It’s just the latest adaptation of what is said to be Lovecraft’s personal favorite of all his short stories.

An absolute psychedelic trip of a film from the same folks who gave us the groundbreaking Mandy. Color Out of Space is visually stunning and graced with strong performances from not just Cage (who delivers a classic Cage character), but from co-stars Joely Richardson, Tommy Chong, Brendan Myer, Elliot Knight, and Julian Hilliard as well. 

Of special note is Canadian Madeleine Arthur, who is a standout as Lavinia Gardner, Nathan’s daughter 
– a free-spirit who is immersed in witchcraft as well as heavy metal and is the more responsible sibling compared to her older and younger brother, regardless of if her parents (Joely Richardson and Nicolas Cage) want to admit it. Though the character of Lavinia wasn’t featured in the original Lovecraft novella, director Richard Stanley took it upon himself to include a female protagonist whose arc ultimately represents strength and sacrifice. This allowed for a modern representation of a female character to be presented in the film, something that Lovecraft famously shielded away from.

Left to right, cast members Madeleine Arthur, Julian Hilliard and Nicolas Cage attend the premiere. Arthur stars as Lavinia Gardner, Hilliard as Jack Gardner and Cage as Nathan Gardner.

Synopsis:
After a meteorite lands in the front yard of their farm, Nathan Gardner (Nicolas Cage) and his family find themselves battling a mutant extraterrestrial organism as it infects their minds and bodies, transforming their quiet rural life into a technicolour nightmare.

YOUTUBE TRAILER:
 
https://youtu.be/agnpaFLo0to

Exclusive Interview: Madeleine Arthur Talks About The ‘Mystical’ Vibe Making ‘Color Out Of Space’

https://www.hollywoodoutbreak.com/2020/01/20/madeleine-arthur-reflects-on-memorable-nicolas-cage-collaboration-in-color-out-of-space/.

His First Kiss!

A Million Little Things” is back Tonight Jan 23rd with a brand new episode “The Kiss” and Chance’s character, Danny, stars in Grease!!!

Trailer:
https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=A+million+little+things+the+kiss&

"A Million Little Things" is back tonight with a brand new episode, and Chance's character, Danny, stars in #Grease!!!Check it out tonight at 10pm on ABC!!!I hope you guys enjoy it!!!#AMillionLittleThings ❤️🙏❤️

Posted by Adam H. Hurstfield on Thursday, January 23, 2020

Lyle Has Awakened!

Lyle Reginald has booked a role on Hulu’s upcoming series, Woke.

Prelim date is January 14, 2020.

Hulu has given a series order to Woke, its live-action comedy pilot with animated sequences starring New Girl alum Lamorne Morris, sources said. The project hails from Sony Pictures TV, Will Gluck’s studio-based Olive Bridge Entertainment and Eric Christian Olsen’s Cloud Nine Prods.

Woke is Inspired by the life and art of cartoonist Keith Knight. Written by Knight and Marshall Todd (Barbershop), Woke centers on Keef (Morris), a cartoonist living in San Francisco on the cusp of mainstream success when an unexpected incident involving cops changes everything, putting him in a state of “woke”as he struggles to navigate his day-to-day existence — without blowing up everything he’s built — while animated objects invade his reality.Todd and Knight executive produce with Olive Bridge Entertainment’s Will Gluck and Richie Schwartz, Cloud Nine’s Olsen and Kate Schumaecker as well as John Will. Aeysha Carr will serve as showrunner.

Knight is an award-winning comic strip creator whose work includes autobiographical strips The K Chronicles and The Knight Life as well as the sociopolitical strip (th)ink. His cartoons have appeared in several national publications and tackle social, racial and class issues while providing a comedic take on pop culture and the minutiae of urban living.