Released on Sky Atlantic in August 2020, the six-episode series is playfully inspired by Anaïs Nin’s 1979 collection of erotic short stories. Set in Tangier in 1955, Little Birds follows heiress Lucy Savage (Juno Temple) who, fresh off the transatlantic steamer, is ready for love. But when her husband Hugo (Hugh Skinner) does not receive her in the way she expected. But Lucy desires an unconventional life free from the societal cage she’s been kept in and finds herself on the cusp of achieving a painful yet necessary independence.
Created by Alexandra Cunningham and based on a true story, Dirty John aired on Netflix in February 2019 and is based on the articles and breakout true-crime podcast from Los Angeles Times reporter Christopher Goffard. The series tells the story of how the seemingly perfect life of Debra Newell (Connie Britton) is disrupted as she falls for a handsome doctor, John Meehan (Eric Bana). But when their fast-tracked romance creates tension between Debra and her two daughters Terra (Julia Garner) and Veronica (Juno Temple), leaving the girls no choice but to investigate the man who has swept their mother off her feet, their lives spiral into secrets, denial, manipulation, and ultimately, a fight for survival for an entire family.
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One of 2014’s most anticipated films, we have a new UK trailer and poster for the master of horror Alexandre Aja’s supernatural thriller Horns, which stars Daniel Radcliffe, Juno Temple, and Max Minghella.
From the director of The Hills Have Eyes and Piranha 3D, Horns is based on the dark fantasy novel of the same name from New York Times best-selling author Joe Hill (Heart Shaped Box). The new trailer looks fantastic; Radcliffe looks set to give one of his best performances yet, making this a must-see film this Halloween.
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With the release of the first trailer for Oscar-winning director William Friedkin’s latest film, Killer Joe, earlier this month, we now also have the film’s first poster.
With Friedki reuniting with Bug writer Tracy Letts, who has adapted the script from his own play, the film stars Matthew McConaughey and Emile Hirsch.