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Articles Tagged 'Underworld'

2014 Summer TCA Tour – Day 13

Len Wiseman’s ‘Underworld’ is Heading to TV with Series Adaptation

Len Wiseman, co-creator of the Underworld franchise — five films in all, starring Kate Beckinsale as the vampire Selene — is set to bring the action-horror thriller to TV. If you’re keen on the movies, that’s wonderful, but be prepared — the TV adaptation will offer something a little different. Wiseman talked to Deadline Hollywood, “The series […]

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10 Albums to Watch Out For in 2016

2015 is about to dispense the very last of its available thrills, the new year’s eve party, and when that’s done, we have to face the new year with nothing but a thirst for fresh excitement and a slightly throbbing head for company. What we need is fresh music, and we need it now. So, […]

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Danny Boyle: Brits ‘Brilliant With Music’ But ‘Rubbish at Film’

Film director Danny Boyle has some definite ideas about where Britain stands in the modern cultural universe. “I really think we are brilliant with music, for such a tiny place,” he said last week at New York City’s 92YTribeca. But that brilliance, he added, only goes so far. “Actually, we’re rubbish at films, really we’re […]

Music Roundup: The Go! Team Revives Its Pop Party Mix

The Go! Team returns after a near-four year hiatus to release its third studio album, Rolling Blackouts, out today (February 1) in the U.S. via Memphis Industries. Not surprisingly, the lively 14-song set will instantly remind you why first fell for the Brighton, England collective’s effervescent indie rock blend in the first place. Their vibrant […]

Underworld Reunites with Danny Boyle for ‘Frankenstein’

Danny Boyle‘s forthcoming stage interpretation of Frankenstein is set to have some spectacular sound courtesy of Underworld. The Guardian reports that Karl Hyde and Rick Smith will oversee a “soundscore” for the play. Ooooooh! The English electronic duo first synced up with the Oscar-winning director nearly 15 years ago when their song “Born Slippy NUXX” […]

The Tellyvangelist: Oct. 25-31

In this week’s Tellyvangelist – your weekly guide to all that’s British on U.S. TV – we’ll watch two actors-turned-writers, Michael Caine and Jane Seymour, tell us how it feels to go pro with prose, hear Taio Cruz (right)light some fuses, and if you’re not up for trick-or-treating, stay home on Halloween with the much-anticipated […]