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  • Welcome to your weekly ticket.

  • Well, the fast and furious saga is coming to an end with a two part movie over Fast 10 and Fast 11 Original Universal had planned to debut its latest chapter F nine in theaters this year, but that release was delayed due to Cove in 19.

  • Both Fast 10 and Fast 11 will be directed by Justin Lin.

  • And while the cast has not yet been confirmed, it's expected that returning cast members Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyree's Gibson and Ludicrous will appear.

  • Tom Holland has just shared a first look at his character from the upcoming film Uncharted.

  • Hollande will play a younger version of the video game hero Nathan Drake, and the movie is set to be an origin story for the character.

  • The original Nathan Drake voice actor Nolan North also shared a few images from the set, which included himself talking to Hollande, ancient ruins and some mystical artifacts that are likely to appear in the film.

  • Ruben Fleischer is set to direct the film, which has been in the works for about a decade.

  • In addition to Holland, Mark Wahlberg, Antonio Banderas, Sophia Taylor Ali and Totti, Gabriel are also set to star.

  • And just like that, Hollande is off to star on his next project, Spider Man three.

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  • The Meg is getting a sequel and a director just got on board.

  • Warner Brothers has tapped British filmmaker Ben Wheatley to direct the Meg.

  • Too much of the film's cast will likely return, including Jason Statham, who portrayed a U S Navy diver sent to rescue divers from a shark attack.

  • A giant prehistoric shark attack.

  • There's no word yet on when production will begin on the sequel.

  • What we're rounding out the spookiest Month of the Year by taking a look at some of our favorite horror films and celebrating the female leads in them with Fandango now is list of horror heroines.

  • There's no one better to help us out with this list of horror heroines than horror vet actor producer Barbara Crampton.

  • Hey, Barbara, how you doing?

  • Hey, how are you, Kale?

  • Nice to see you.

  • Nice to see you, too.

  • We often hear the term scream Queen versus Final Girl.

  • Can you give us a little bit of history on those tropes and how they Yeah, I believe that it was fair Ray, who first received that moniker after she did King Kong.

  • And really, it's a moniker that has continued to this day.

  • It went on and continued on with people who are so famous in the genre like Jamie Lee Curtis and others.

  • But I have to tell you, even Fair A and Jamie Lee Curtis were not fans of that term scream queen, and I am definitely not a fan of that term as well.

  • I think it's I will admit that a lot of people use that term fondly, but to me it feels like a pigeon holes women into seeming like they're like shrieking damsels in distress, and they need help, and they need somebody to come and save them.

  • And believe me, with all the strong women I know, we are perfectly capable of handling ourselves and fighting our own battles.

  • Yeah, absolutely.

  • You famously penned an op ed called like not using the term scream queen.

  • Please don't call me a scream Queen title.

  • Okay, you have to read it like you just said it.

  • Exactly.

  • So what do you think feels different about horror now versus like, the eighties?

  • You know, horror is one of the most lucrative genres.

  • It never fails to make money.

  • And I think Hollywood is just catching up to that now.

  • I mean, we've seen movies like Get Out in the shape of Water and Parasite and Ah, quiet place and films like that.

  • And I think that in the old days we did probably just kind of relate to the more basic levels of what people were looking for of women screaming of a lot of blood, of some sort of mass killer going after people.

  • But now it feels like we're telling the stories in a more nuanced way, and we're telling them through things that are really happening in our world, and they just feel they just feel more emotional and more true.

  • And I think that's super smart.

  • So I I think that's why Hollywood has been getting involved in horror lately.

  • They're disguising it as a drama or when it's when people say, Oh, the shape of water is a horror movie or quietly, well, quiet places.

  • Definitely horror movie.

  • Get out of a horror movie, they go.

  • Oh, well, no, we don't want to call it a horror movie per se, but we definitely want the money that horror movie genre brings in.

  • So I feel like Hollywood is not being honest with how they're dealing with the horror genre and what it's paved the way for what it's been giving to all of us.

  • Sure, yeah, Another good example of that would be Invisible Man, which you like about emotional abuse in a lot of ways.

  • So it was like a me too movie in a way, right?

  • Yeah, that's a great That's a great movie.

  • But nuances in that Yes.

  • And movie stars air now really wanting to do horror films.

  • Yeah, I love to see some people start to cross over.

  • Yeah, so now this is a question I've been really looking forward to asking you what?

  • Who is like one of your favorite horror actresses from this list?

  • Let me say that Elizabeth Moss is on that list.

  • I mean, I love her and they had made stale.

  • I loved her.

  • An invisible man I mean, I think she's just internal and you can, you know and and and they play to her.

  • They play to what's on her face, and she's shown in a lot of close ups because she gives you that she can play with her emotions in a way that a lot of other actors really can't dio.

  • She goes places that other people can't go at the drop of a hat.

  • So I would say Elizabeth Moss is a very affecting actor.

  • I have Thio give My hat's off to Sissy Spacek, sick from Carrie.

  • I feel like she's a fantastic actress and great job and carry fair raise one of my favorites.

  • I mean, she is our ultimate.

  • You know, if we go back in history to someone who paved the way for all of us off new people right now, I'd say I really like Jessica Roth.

  • Yes, absolutely.

  • We need more.

  • Jessica Roth absolutely need more of her.

  • She's very entertaining.

  • She's an entertainer, She's a good actress.

  • She can do comedy and she can do drama.

  • She can be very scared, but she's also very exuberant, and that, to me, has been such a beautiful thing to see and witnessed her career over the past few years because I feel like we you know, recently we were in this period of mumble core where everybody was trying to out naturalized everybody else and just be regular and cool.

  • And and I just feel like she's put some life back into acting again.

  • And she's just so exciting.

  • Performer toe watch.

  • So, yeah, Happy Death Day is a great is a great film, but like, you're just so excited to watch her go through.

  • What is?

  • Yes, Yeah, I love excited performer.

  • I love it.

  • If anyone watching this hasn't seen Happy Death Day or Happy Death Day to you, you absolutely have to watch it.

  • I love.

  • Yeah, Trailer does not do enough justice to that movie.

  • What do you hope to see from future horror films?

  • I really would like to see us go a little bit more mainstream and accepted.

  • I feel like we're more accepted than we were maybe 20 years ago or 10 years ago.

  • I'd like to see more film.

  • I mean, parasite and ship water did well, you know, awards season.

  • So I I just like to see people just accept us as something that is more mainstream that you would you would gravitate towards saying, I hear a lot of people say I don't want to go to a horror movie because I don't like to be scared.

  • Well, we are scared every day with our political ah system that's going on right now.

  • I live in fear every moment of my life.

  • I'm cringing, Ah, horror movie allows you to go through these experiences and usually and hopefully come out on the other side, winning or being able to have a satisfying conclusion with the bad guys did and the good guys surviving.

  • And so I think we need Thio have more experience with that on a visceral level.

  • Watching horror movies.

  • I think they're actually very therapeutic, and I and I feel like some people are afraid of horror movies, but when they watch them, they go, Oh, that actually wasn't as scary as I thought.

  • You know, that was a good film, so I'd like, like to see us sort of weaved into the fabric off other genres a little bit more perfectly, said Well, thank you so much.

  • Barbara Crampton, for coming on Where can people find you?

  • Well, come over.

  • My address is no just kidding me.

  • Oh, ticket.

  • Let's go.

  • Farmer's house.

  • Um, you know, it's just my name.

  • I'm on pretty much everything.

  • Instagram Facebook and Twitter at Barbara Crampton.

  • Fantastic.

  • Thank you so much for coming on the show.

  • It's been a blast.

  • Thanks.

  • Available to watch in theaters on Friday is Come play.

  • Just want to be your friend.

  • Mhm Oliver, a lonely young boy who feels different from everyone else, seek solace and refuge and his ever present cell phone and tablet.

  • When a mysterious creature uses Oliver's devices against him to break into our world, Oliver's parents must fight to save their son from the monster beyond the screen and available to watch it home on Friday is Spell this.

  • Yeah, it stands for you.

  • Whatever happens Thio.

  • It happened while flying to his father's funeral in rural Appalachia.

  • An intense storm causes marquee to lose control of the plane carrying himself and his family.

  • He soon awakens, Wounded, alone and trapped in Mrs Eloise's attic.

  • Eloise claims she can nurse him back to health with a hoodoo figure she's made from his blood and skin, unable to call for help.

  • Marquis desperately tries to break free from her dark magic and save his family from a sinister ritual before the rise of the blood moon.

  • Alright, that's it for today.

  • But check out the full list of horror heroines and leave us a comment and let us know which one is your favorite.

  • I'm Kale and I'll see you next time.

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