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Greg Berlanti shoots down casting rumours for his Little Shop of Horrors remake. John Boyega teases speedy robots for Pacific Rim. Uprising. David Ramsey promises hell for Diggle in Arrow's next season. Plus, a new look at Syfy's next ridiculous original movie, and new clips from this week's Shadowhunters. Spoilers, assemble! More »
Greg Berlanti, the producer behind The CW’s DC superhero shows and Riverdale, is attached to direct a remake of the musical Little Shop of Horrors. Last week, That Hashtag Show reported that Josh Gad and Rebel Wilson were being considered for the roles of Seymour and Audrey. Show More Summary
Sources say Warner Bros. is currently looking at Josh Gad and Rebel Wilson for the lead roles of Seymour and Audrey.
Not much is known about the upcoming Little Shop remake besides its director and writer, although new rumors indicate who may be playing the lead roles.
We reported back in December that Warner Bros. Pictures is moving forward with a new incarnation of Little Shop of Horrors, with Greg Berlanti set to direct and Matthew Robinson writing the script. This one will also be a musical, a fresh version of the 30-year old Frank Oz-directed film that starred Rick Moranis as a clumsy young man who raises […]
Perfume PosseOn Vacation Hey all — I’m on vacation. So here’s a photo of Anita’s ridiculous sunflower that’s eleven feet tall. (For reference the peach tree is eight feet.) It makes me think of Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors. I made the… Continue Reading ? Perfume PosseOn Vacation
Don’t feed the plants! That’s the famous final warning from Howard Ashman and Alan Menken’s monster hit of a campy monster-musical Little Shop of Horrors, which has had countless productions, including a Hollywood movie with Steve Martin, since its premiere in 1982. Actor’s Express steps up to the plate with a new production running through...
A pun that became a series, "Blood Drive" is the story, more or less, of a race in which the cars run on human blood. (It’s “Death Race 2000” meets “The Little Shop of Horrors” in a quick pitch.) It premieres Wednesday on Syfy, just where one might expect to find such a thing. As in the Quentin...
Amy Roloff may want to rethink her collaboration plans with Beaverton Bakery! On this week’s episode of Little People, Big World, the reality TV matriarch and skilled baker, 52, met with owner Carrie Ann Schubert in the Oregon shop to discuss creating an online bakery together. But last month, the famous bakery was shut down following Read More
(This post contains major spoilers from Colossal.) Nacho Vigalondo’s new film Colossal begins with a novel high concept: what if a kaiju-style monster attacking innocent civilians was the manifestation of a random, unknowing stranger...Show More Summary
In 1986, an energetic playwright, lyricist and director named Howard Ashman and a young composer named Alan Menken had a New York hit with a satirical off-Broadway show called "The Little Shop of Horrors." Around that same time, on America's West Coast, a Disney staffer named Ron Clements had successfully...
In addition to his work with the Muppets and directing a number of good films (including Little Shop of Horrors, What About Bob?, and Bowfinger) Frank Oz is probably best as the voice and puppeteer behind Jedi Master Yoda in the Star Wars movies. Show More Summary
A flashback to the truly tacky sexploitation rip-off of Little Shop of Horrors The post Remembering 1973’s Please Don’t Eat My Mother appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
I posed this very question to the Overlords and here are our contributions: Jodi The Color Purple, Lethal Weapon, Little Shop of Horrors, Jumpin' Jack Flash, Howard the Duck. Steven Lethal Weapon. Terminator. Dirty Harry. Stripes. TK Beastmaster. Die Hard....
Carnivorous plants haven’t have the best media representation. The 1986 cult classic Little Shop of Horrors depicted these hungry little darlings as bloodthirsty beasts, which isn’t entirely inaccurate—depending on where they’re located, carnivorous plants eat everything from flies to frogs. Read more...
? When it comes to the world of Muppets and old-school puppetry, look no further than the amazingly talented Frank Oz (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Little Shop of Horrors, and What About Bob?). Oz’s career has encompassed his talented work as a puppeteer, voice-over artist (This is the man who voiced Yoda for crying out loud!), and […]
The GOP-led Congress opened for business this week with a major stumble that initially obscured much of the budding little shop of horrors Republicans are already fostering. But nonetheless, it was a victory for the people, who collectively...Show More Summary
"Feed me, Seymour!" If there's anything better than "Little Shop of Horrors," we don't wanna know about it. We're not talking about the Roger Corman flick, but rather the 1986 movie musical inspired by it (but mostly based on the hit off-Broadway musical that was inspired by Corman's film. Show More Summary
Tichina Arnold is probably best known for playing Pam (Gina's best friend and Martin's adversary) on the beloved ’90s sitcom Martin, but a few years before that, Frank Oz gave her her big break in Little Shop of Horrors as one of the singers in the Greek chorus. Show More Summary