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in First Look / 07.04.2019

Benoit Poelvoorde and Valerie Bonneton star in the comedy Venice Calling

The writer, screenwriter and director Ivan Calbérac will bring his bestselling book adaptation Venise n'est pas en Italie to the big screen in May 2019.

The novel Venise n'est pas en Italie (Venice is Not in Italy or Venice Calling) by Ivan Calbérac, was published in France by Flammarion in 2015 and soon became an international success.

Benoît Poelvoorde and Valérie Bonneton are the parents of a 15 year old teenager, in this comedy telling six weeks of his life.

Emile is fifteen. He lives in Montargis, between a sweet-crazy father and a mother who has always dyed his hair blond, because, it seems, he is more beautiful like that. When the girl who pleases him more than anything invites him to Venice for the holidays, he is overjoyed.

But there is one problem - his parents decide to accompany him! This is the story of a teenager born into an unclassifiable family, the story of a first love, miraculous and fragile.

This is the story of an initiatory and incredible journey where life often takes unawares, but where Venice, it will be at the rendezvous.

In Venice Calling will star Benoît Poelvoorde, Valérie Bonneton, Helie Thonnat, Eugène Marcuse, Coline D'Inca and Luna Lou.
The Film is produced by Eric et Nicolas Altmayer (Mandarin Films), and distributed by StudioCanal.

Prorom has acquired the rights for Venice Calling in the following territories: Romania, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Slovakia.




in First Look / 27.03.2019

Scary Posters for Scary Stories

The long awaited film adaptation of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark looks to recapture all the frightening imagery found in the books.

Now, the film’s official Twitter, Instangram and Facebook accounts has teased that, “This week will be scary,” along with an all-new movie poster. This means that first trailer will appear in a few days!

The Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark book series was first published during the 1980s, written / adapted from folklore by Alvin Schwartz and gorily illustrated by Stephen Gammell. The film follows a group of young teens who must solve the mystery surrounding the sudden and macabre deaths in their small town.

The movie will be directed by André Ovredal and is co-written by Daniel and Kevin Hageman along with Guillermo del Toro, who provided the screen story (and is also the producer of the film).

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark will star Zoe Margaret Colletti, Austin Abrams, Gabriel Rush, Michael Garza, Austin Zajur, Dean Norris, Gil Bellows, Lorraine Toussaint and Natalie Ganzhorn.

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark will open on August 9, 2019 in the US, in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania on August 16, and in Hungary on November 28.





in First Look / 15.03.2019

Chucky, The Killer Doll is back on the big screen!

Chucky is back on big screen in a new film directed by Lars Klevberg (Polaroid).

Aubrey Plaza and Brian Tyree Henry are headlining the picture, in this new take of the killer doll story. Tyler Burton Smith wrote the screenplay based on the 1988 film.

In the reboot, Plaza stars as a mother who gives her son (Gabriel Bateman) a toy doll for his birthday, unaware of its more sinister nature.

David Katzenberg and Seth Grahame-Smith will produce under their KatzSmith Productions banner. The duo produced in 2017 the smash hit remake of It, the highest grossing horror film of all time bringing in $700 million at the global box office. Aaron Schmidt and Chris Ferguson will executive produce.

In the original Child’s Play movie series created by Don Mancini, Brad Dourif played a serial killer who used voodoo to place his spirit in a Doll, which would become the Chucky we all know.

Mancini and producer David Kirschner are currently working on making more Child’s Play movies, as well as a TV series, with Dourif still voicing Chucky.

The film directed by Lars Klevberg will not be related to original films, being a new and frightening approach of Chucky's story. This time, Chucky is said to be a technologically advanced smart toy whose AI is programmed to have no limitations to learning or violence.

Child's Play will be released in US cinemas on June 21, 2019, in Hungary on June 27, and in Romania on July 5.




in First Look / 01.10.2018

The first picture from After!

After is based on Anna Todd’s best-selling YA novel, which became a publishing sensation on fan fiction sharing site Wattpad.

Based on Anna Todd’s best-selling YA novel, which became a publishing sensation on fan fiction sharing site Wattpad, AFTER follows Tessa (Josephine Langford), a dedicated student, dutiful daughter and loyal girlfriend to her high school sweetheart, as she enters her first semester in college. Armed with grand ambitions for her future, her guarded world opens up when she meets the dark and mysterious Hardin Scott (Hero Fiennes Tiffin), a magnetic, brooding rebel who makes her question all she thought she knew about herself and what she wants out of life.





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