Mystery – Caligari Movie http://caligarimovie.com/ Sun, 26 Jun 2022 13:19:48 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://caligarimovie.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-63-150x150.png Mystery – Caligari Movie http://caligarimovie.com/ 32 32 Trailer for Telugu mystery thriller ‘Karthikeya 2’ is trending on YouTube https://caligarimovie.com/trailer-for-telugu-mystery-thriller-karthikeya-2-is-trending-on-youtube/ Sun, 26 Jun 2022 11:57:34 +0000 https://caligarimovie.com/trailer-for-telugu-mystery-thriller-karthikeya-2-is-trending-on-youtube/ Hyderabad, June 26 (IANS) Theatrical trailer for ‘Karthikeya 2, a sequel to Chandoo Mondeti’s 2014 film “Karthikeya”, receives an overwhelming response. With amazing visuals and stunning elements, the recently released trailer is trending on YouTube. Lead actor Nikhil Siddhartha’s action-packed journey on snow, boat and in battle is depicted in the trailer. […]]]>

Hyderabad, June 26 (IANS) Theatrical trailer for ‘Karthikeya 2, a sequel to Chandoo Mondeti’s 2014 film

“Karthikeya”, receives an overwhelming response.

With amazing visuals and stunning elements, the recently released trailer is trending on YouTube.

Lead actor Nikhil Siddhartha’s action-packed journey on snow, boat and in battle is depicted in the trailer.

Bollywood actor Anupam Kher, who is making his Tollywood debut with the film, is seen trying out for the role of Dhanvantri and explaining several secrets about Lord Krishna and Dwaraka.

There are many elements of suspense in the trailer, but the main strengths lie in its captivating music and the narrative.

The female lead role is played by Anupama Parameswaran.

The trailer has caught the attention of Telugu people and so they are waiting for the release of this mysterious movie.

Actor Naga Chaitanya took to social media to send his best wishes to the team.

“Look forward to what this successful combo has to offer,” Naga Chaitanya wrote, sharing the theatrical trailer on Twitter.

The team is currently focusing on post-production work on the upcoming film, which is slated for theatrical release in July.

The upcoming drama is funded by People Media Factory and Abhishek Agarwal Arts as it has music by Kaala Bhairava and is set to be released in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Hindi.

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Steve Berry’s ‘The Omega Factor’ involves ninja-like nuns, a religious mystery and the Ghent Altarpiece – Morning Journal https://caligarimovie.com/steve-berrys-the-omega-factor-involves-ninja-like-nuns-a-religious-mystery-and-the-ghent-altarpiece-morning-journal/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 14:11:14 +0000 https://caligarimovie.com/steve-berrys-the-omega-factor-involves-ninja-like-nuns-a-religious-mystery-and-the-ghent-altarpiece-morning-journal/ Steve Berry didn’t plan to write “The Omega Factor” or create the character of Nick Lee, a United Nations office investigator who protects the world’s cultural artifacts. But when he moved to a new publisher, Berry says they asked him if he had anything different before publishing the finished manuscript he arrived with, the latest […]]]>

Steve Berry didn’t plan to write “The Omega Factor” or create the character of Nick Lee, a United Nations office investigator who protects the world’s cultural artifacts.

But when he moved to a new publisher, Berry says they asked him if he had anything different before publishing the finished manuscript he arrived with, the latest in his Cotton Malone series of thrillers.

“They wanted to start with a standalone,” he says. “They wanted something fresh and different. I said, ‘OK, no problem with that.’

It was easy, Berry laughs. Hard was coming up with a new character and a new story as quickly as the publisher hoped.

Lee, an investigator with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, or UNESCO as it is commonly known, was a figure he had been thinking about for years.

“Luckily it was in my brain,” Berry says. “At least the nuts and bolts of him were there. I just started fleshing it out.

Years earlier, while on a research trip to Europe for an earlier book by Cotton Malone, Berry stopped in the Belgian city of Ghent to see the Ghent Altarpiece, a 15th-century oil painting on 12 large panels by the brothers Jan and Hubert van Eyck.

“I always wanted to see it,” Berry says. ” It’s just wonderful. And I wanted a novel based on that. I kept trying to figure out how to make a Cotton Malone book out of the Ghent Altarpiece and couldn’t figure it out.

Now, however, the pieces have slipped into place. Nick Lee, the Ghent Altarpiece, and an elaborate mystery from the historical research that Berry readers have come to expect from his work.

“When this standalone became available, I figured out how to do it,” Berry says. “I was able to bring the altarpiece and create my own secret from it, using real pieces.”

Exciting research

In “The Omega Factor”, Nick Lee travels to Ghent to visit his former fiancée, Kelsey, who left him years earlier when she realized her true destiny was to become a nun.

She restored a panel from the Ghent altarpiece, which itself replaces the one that was stolen in 1934 and never found. (That’s actually true; over the centuries, the altarpiece has been stolen at least seven times, earning it the title of the most stolen painting in the world.)

When that panel is destroyed just as Lee arrives, the thriller takes off with storylines that include ninja-like nuns willing to die to keep a centuries-old secret; a follower of the long-forgotten Cathar religious movement with a deadly grudge; and the shadowy plot of a Vatican cardinal and future pope, and his fellow Dominican brothers. gas lamp

Add to that a mystery relating to the Virgin Mary and “The Omega Factor” offered Berry many avenues of research.

He returned from Ghent with all the English books he could find on the altar. Noah Charney’s “The Adoration of the Mystical Lamb” – the official title the Van Eycks gave to their work – proved the most valuable, and Charney then checked Berry’s manuscript.

There were so many things that fascinated him: the story of the Virgin Mary, the religious sect known as Catharism, the landscapes and history of Ghent and the south of France.

“It was just interesting to me, the whole thing,” Berry says. “I said, ‘Well, there’s definitely a thriller in there if I can figure it out.

“Of course I had to have bad guys, so you always go to the Dominicans,” he says of the Catholic order. “The poor Dominicans are always blamed for everything. I even put that in the writer’s note, apologies to them.

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Berry grew up in the Catholic Church, and although he no longer practices, the religion of his youth has not left his imagination.

“I went to Catholic school and the nuns taught me the first seven years,” he says of his childhood in suburban Atlanta. “It was a great education and they taught me things that have served me well all my life.”

During this period of his childhood, he would have preferred to attend the neighborhood school with a friend while avoiding the strict discipline he remembers the nuns imposed.

“Like I say all the time, the things they did back then would get you in jail right now,” Berry laughs.

“The good part is that they were really good teachers,” he says, though some questions still lingered for Berry.

“What’s always fascinated me about the Catholic church is that they’ll tell you the ‘what,'” Berry says, adding that he had different questions he wanted answers to. I was interested in. Why do we do this? Why do we believe this? Why does it matter, and why doesn’t it matter?”

The secrets of the art

When Berry first visited Ghent five or six years ago, the altarpiece was being restored with around 70% of the work completed, something to fascinate the writer and his imagination.

“Now it’s over and you just stand there and watch it,” Berry says. “It’s beautiful, really.”

But some of the best of them are difficult to observe when standing in front of the altarpiece in Saint Bavo’s Cathedral.

“Really cool stuff is impossible to see by standing there and looking at it,” Berry says. “You must have a magnifying glass to view it in high resolution.”

The Closer To Van Eyck website does even more, capturing the masterpiece in 100 billion pixels and inviting everyone to explore the artwork in detail.

“You can tackle the creases and cracks in the patina of this one,” says Berry. “It’s an amazing site and it’s amazing to see it in its own restored glory.”

The key to the mystery of “The Omega Factor” — the secret hidden in the Ghent Altarpiece on which all other action revolves — was important to be something in the work itself, Berry says.

“I struggled with this art for several months, trying to figure out a secret about it,” he says. “There is a lot of symbolism there. There are a lot of unexplained things about it. But I needed a big secret and I finally found it.

“The secret that is in the book that I designed. But he uses real things that are on the altarpiece itself.

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Preview of ‘Seizure’ – a mystery with a supernatural twist – Entertainment Focus https://caligarimovie.com/preview-of-seizure-a-mystery-with-a-supernatural-twist-entertainment-focus/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 09:32:18 +0000 https://caligarimovie.com/preview-of-seizure-a-mystery-with-a-supernatural-twist-entertainment-focus/ It’s amazing how many crime dramas involve a new copper — either fresh out of the academy or new to a homegrown force — who finds himself locked in the depths on his first day. It’s a useful technique because it means there’s an air of mystery behind the beginner. They are an unknown quantity, […]]]>

It’s amazing how many crime dramas involve a new copper — either fresh out of the academy or new to a homegrown force — who finds himself locked in the depths on his first day. It’s a useful technique because it means there’s an air of mystery behind the beginner. They are an unknown quantity, usually with a background story.

If you want to avoid all spoilers, stop reading this article now.

In Seizure, it is detective Max Sørensen who has been transferred to Oslo after a family bereavement; and on the very first day, he and his new partner – Detective Sander Holm – are called to a disused, empty swimming pool where the bodies of four teenagers have been found dead. No alcohol or drugs are involved – so why are they here and how did they manage to drown in an empty pool?

As detectives search the building, they hear curious noises coming from the huge pipes that supply water to the pool itself. What they find will give you nightmares for weeks if you suffer from Cheliphobia – the fear of eels.

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Soon they find out from a witness that there was a fifth boy at the pool that night – with a tall, thin man who apparently had some sort of hold on the teenagers. Where is the other boy, and who is this sinister man?

This is a supernatural thriller involving these two cops – who, of course, don’t get along and have opposing opinions and approaches to police work. (Is there a show where two cops get along and have no problem? Probably not.) After finding the boys dead, the two men begin to suffer from hallucinations about things that haunt their past. , including nightmares about those creepy eels.

Anders Danielsen Lie plays Max, a low-key, rule-abiding officer who is troubled by the loss of his young son. He and his wife, Asha (Selome Emnetu), grapple with their marriage and the hole their son’s death has left in their lives. Anders Baasmo plays Sander, an old school brass who is xenophobic and obnoxious, but who is a benevolent presence for his handicapped brother, Bo.

Walter Presents: Seizure
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The show is very dark; very Nordic. It rains heavily – indeed, water plays throughout the show, from the swimming pool (empty when the boys are discovered), a dream sequence where eels swim around a bed, to a torrential thunderstorm.

And it will startle you – probably several times. There’s a scene involving a kitchen sink that made me spill my tea!

The performances of the two pellets are excellent; and the dark, ominous direction takes you down a path you don’t want to go down. It’s uncomfortable. It’s frightening. And it’s convincing. And at its heart, there is an intriguing story.

If you like a mystery with a supernatural twist – and can overcome those damn eels – this should tick your box.

Walter Presents: ‘Seizure’ launches on Channel 4 on the 26the June at 11 p.m. The complete set will be available on Walter Presents via All 4 on Friday the 24the June.

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A mystery man (or woman) will spend 19 million dollars for a lunch with Warren Buffett | world news https://caligarimovie.com/a-mystery-man-or-woman-will-spend-19-million-dollars-for-a-lunch-with-warren-buffett-world-news/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 05:53:33 +0000 https://caligarimovie.com/a-mystery-man-or-woman-will-spend-19-million-dollars-for-a-lunch-with-warren-buffett-world-news/ Talk about an expensive date: A mystery bidder will spend a record $19 million for the right to lunch with legendary American investment guru Warren Buffett. The huge offer, announced by eBay, came during the 21st – and final – charity luncheon with the aging multi-billionaire, who is chairman and chief executive of Berkshire Hathaway. […]]]>

Talk about an expensive date: A mystery bidder will spend a record $19 million for the right to lunch with legendary American investment guru Warren Buffett.

The huge offer, announced by eBay, came during the 21st – and final – charity luncheon with the aging multi-billionaire, who is chairman and chief executive of Berkshire Hathaway.

Bidding on eBay’s website opened last Sunday at a modest $25,000. But it quickly rose as rival bidders tried to outdo each other, eventually ending Friday at a total of just over $19 million.

The auction – held annually, though canceled by Covid-19 concerns for the past two years – raises money for Glide, which is fighting poverty in San Francisco. It distributes food to the homeless and helps them find shelter, medical assistance and training.

San Francisco, a place of extreme income, has struggled for years with a large homeless population.

The still-unnamed winner of this year’s charity auction “not only made history, but will spend an unforgettable afternoon with American legend Warren Buffett over a private lunch with up to seven guests at the Smith & Wollensky Steakhouse in New York,” said an announcement posted by eBay.

The last pre-pandemic auction was won by Justin Sun, an American cryptocurrency entrepreneur, who spent $4.6 million on the right to dine with Buffett, an outspoken bitcoin critic.

The eBay statement quoted the 91-year-old Buffett – revered in the investment community as the “Oracle of Omaha” – as saying he had “met a lot of interesting people all over the world” at the auction.

“The one universal characteristic,” he added, “is that they feel the money is going to be put to very good use.”

Buffett’s net worth was estimated in March at $117 billion, according to Forbes.com.

He joined Bill and Malinda Gates to form a group of ultra-rich who swore to give away half their fortune. It is estimated that Buffett has already donated some $48 billion.

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“BBC drama Sherwood turns folklore into compelling murder mystery” – Sara Wallis https://caligarimovie.com/bbc-drama-sherwood-turns-folklore-into-compelling-murder-mystery-sara-wallis/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 15:38:16 +0000 https://caligarimovie.com/bbc-drama-sherwood-turns-folklore-into-compelling-murder-mystery-sara-wallis/ Deadly arrows flew through Nottingham – no, please don’t make Robin Hood jokes, Sherwood villagers on TV don’t appreciate that. The BBC1 drama turns folklore into a compelling murder mystery, delving into a community broken by a long history of the rich stealing from the poor – and not a green-feathered bonnet in sight (in […]]]>

Deadly arrows flew through Nottingham – no, please don’t make Robin Hood jokes, Sherwood villagers on TV don’t appreciate that.

The BBC1 drama turns folklore into a compelling murder mystery, delving into a community broken by a long history of the rich stealing from the poor – and not a green-feathered bonnet in sight (in fact, Sunetra Sarker’s Sheriff of Nottingham wears one in the first episode, but it’s more Marks & Spencer than Kevin Costner).

The six-part thriller, in a weekly double dose, focuses on two shocking murders, a fractured neighborhood and a massive manhunt – all inspired by real events.

Writer James Graham grew up in the mining district of Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, where two horrific murders took place in 2004, inspiring this fictional tale.

The result is a wonderful blend of Broadchurch-style small-town whodunit, and also Whydunit, simmering with political tension stretching back decades.




An extraordinary wishlist cast takes this story and follows it. David Morrissey, Joanne Froggatt, Robert Glenister, Alun Armstrong, Lesley Manville, Kevin Doyle, Adeel Akhtar, Claire Rushbrook, Lorraine Ashbourne, Stephen Tompkinson…every scene is an “Oh they’re in!” moment.

It opens with archival footage from the 1980s miners’ strike featuring labor leader Arthur Scargill and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, immediately reminding us of a painful moment in history.

Back in the present, in an old pit village, it’s a celebratory time (never a good sign in a TV drama) as local Conservative councilor Sarah Vincent (Froggatt) marries Neel Fisher (Bally Gill).




But the murder of former striking miner Gary Jackson (Armstrong) – with an arrow through the heart – brings tension.

DCS Local boy Ian St Clair (Morrissey) is called in to investigate, uncovering numerous suspects and motives.

Special mention for a notoriously dubious clan called the Sparrows and a teenager whose hobby is archery.

In the second episode, there is friction between Tory Sarah and her new stepfather Andy (Akhtar), who proudly displays a Labor poster in his window.




He is a grieving widower, who almost hit an arrow, when she is irritated by his mere presence.

When Sarah snipes that his wife committed suicide because she was “dying inside”, he grabs one of his expensive new garden shovels and hits her over the head.

In reality, a crossbow murder of ex-miner Keith Frogson was followed 11 days later by newlywed Chanel Taylor shot dead by her abusive father.

A layered drama, with multiple subplots, two grisly murders, and one foot firmly in a troubled past, it’s scary, clever, and inescapable.

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Peacock Mystery-Thriller Records With July Premiere Date And First Pictures https://caligarimovie.com/peacock-mystery-thriller-records-with-july-premiere-date-and-first-pictures/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 16:42:01 +0000 https://caligarimovie.com/peacock-mystery-thriller-records-with-july-premiere-date-and-first-pictures/ Summer is here and Peacock knows the perfect vacation spot: The complex. First announced in early 2020 before being picked up by streaming service NBCUniversal last June, the comedy mystery thriller series officially hits a screen near you on Thursday, July 28. Described by Peacock as “a multi-generational coming-of-age love story disguised as a fast-paced […]]]>

Summer is here and Peacock knows the perfect vacation spot: The complex. First announced in early 2020 before being picked up by streaming service NBCUniversal last June, the comedy mystery thriller series officially hits a screen near you on Thursday, July 28.

Described by Peacock as “a multi-generational coming-of-age love story disguised as a fast-paced mystery about the disappointment of time”, the show is set in a Yucatan hotel, where a married couple are celebrating their 10th wedding. . birthday is caught up in an unsolved mystery from 15 years before. William Jackson Harper (Love life) and Cristin Milioti (how I Met Your Mother) lead the cast as Noah and Emma, ​​a pair of married teachers whose love lives are on the decline.

“When I was much younger and had more energy, I wanted to make a great summer movie with mystery, detective, adventure, comedy, tragedy, romance , a natural disaster, plus a dose of surrealism and the existential – and ideally it would have been for Universal It Didn’t Happen,” creator, executive producer and co-showrunner Andy Siara (screenwriter of the hit loop time of 2020, Palm Springs) said in a statement. “But now, many years later, we have The complex…and it’s kind of a big summer movie with all that stuff…just split into 8 half hour episodes about Peacock which is kind of like Universal’s sibling so it all ended up eventually .

Check out a series of first look images below:

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An image of The Resort, broadcast on Peacock. Photo: Peacock

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An image of The Resort, broadcast on Peacock. Photo: Peacock

The titular hotel is complete with a cast spread over two separate time periods: Nina Bloomgarden (Hot pink) as Violet Thompson, a woman vacationing with her father and girlfriend at the Oceana Visa Resort; Nick Offerman (Parks and recreationlisten)) as Violet’s father, Murray; Skyler Gisondo (The Santa Clarita diet) as Sam, a guy vacationing with his parents and girlfriend in 2007 at the Oceana Visa Resort; Luis Gerard Mendez (Murder Mystery) as Baltasar Frías, hotel security manager in 2007; and Gabriela Cartel (Hernan) as Luna, the janitor at Emma and Noah’s resort.

Guest stars include: Ben Sinclair (he’s also an EP and directed the first four episodes) as resort owner Alex; Parvesh Cheena (mythical quest) as Ted, a man on vacation with her husband, who is also named Ted; Michael Hitchcock (Black Monday) like Ted #2; Debby Ryan (Insatiable) as Sam’s girlfriend, Hannah; Dylan Baker (Hunterslisten)) as Sam’s father, Carl; and Becky Ann Baker (Girls) as Sam’s mother, Jan.

The complex talks about a lot of things,” Siara teased. “There are big swings and little swings. He’s someone who looks back on his life and tries to remember the good times, mixed with a 5-year-old playing with toys in the garden. It never takes itself too seriously, but sometimes it gets pretty serious. I guess at its core it’s about people wanting to go back to a time in life when things seemed a little easier, before the hard times in life piled up. These are people who are trying to regain that sense of belonging. And within that there is a great mystery.”

Allison Miller (angelyne) serves executive producer and co-showrunner. Mister Robot and Back home Esmail Corp veterans Sam Esmail and Chad Hamilton are also on board as executive producers under their Esmail Corp banner (via Anonymous Content). Sarah Matte (also of Esmail Corp) serves as co-executive producer. UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group, is co-producing.

The complex lands on Peacock Thursday, July 28. Production took place in Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and Mexico.

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‘It’s a dark mystery that will resonate universally’-Entertainment News, Firstpost https://caligarimovie.com/its-a-dark-mystery-that-will-resonate-universally-entertainment-news-firstpost/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 07:39:00 +0000 https://caligarimovie.com/its-a-dark-mystery-that-will-resonate-universally-entertainment-news-firstpost/ “We realized that writing a series is a totally different ballgame than writing a movie,” Gayatri said of writing the eight-part Amazon series Suzhal. The directorial duo Pushkar and Gayatri, who achieved the massive success Vikram Vedahave written, created and produced Suzhal (The Vortex), an upcoming original series from Amazon Prime Video India. Suzhal, a […]]]>

“We realized that writing a series is a totally different ballgame than writing a movie,” Gayatri said of writing the eight-part Amazon series Suzhal.

The directorial duo Pushkar and Gayatri, who achieved the massive success Vikram Vedahave written, created and produced Suzhal (The Vortex), an upcoming original series from Amazon Prime Video India.

Suzhal, a Tamil web series, is an investigative thriller that revolves around the disappearance of a young girl in a small industrial town in Tamil Nadu and is directed by Bramma and Anucharan M. The long-running series releases on Amazon on June 17 in 30 languages in the world . Starring Kathir, Aishwarya Rajesh, Sriya Reddy, R Parthiban and others, the series could be the start of something new in the Indian OTT space.

Pushkar and Gayatri have dedicated the past two and a half years to this project and are now eagerly awaiting the public reaction to their work. Ask Gayatri if Suzhal was going to change the way Indian web series are perceived and she smiles and replies, “We hope so! Although there have been a few web series that have been edited on a large scale with a great story, most of our series are like a poor cousin of cinema and an alternative to television. Most consumption is done over the phone. What we hope to do is bring the experience of “cinematic television”! We hope people don’t watch it on their commute or kill time waiting… instead make an appointment with their TV to watch it Suzhal.

Although the husband-wife duo are directing themselves, for this project they have tapped national award-winning director Bramma (Kuttram Kadithal) and Anucharan M (Kirumi) to helm this eight-part series. Writing and directing OTT content differs from that of movies and Pushkar and Gayatri have acknowledged this and are clear that these roles should ideally not be combined. Pushkar believes the talent in the Tamil film industry is immense and it is important for people to collaborate rather than take on all the roles themselves. “We admire the work done by Bramma and Anucharan and thought they would be perfect to lead this series,” he added.

The original idea for this series came to them around 2015 when they read an article in a newspaper and they believed that they would have the opportunity to create a series from it one day. However, creating an eight-part long series isn’t quite as simple either, says Gayatri, given that it involves working three or four feature films in a single project. And there would have been many challenges to this great project. “The challenge was definitely the writing! We realized that writing a series is a completely different ballgame than writing a film. Writing long forms requires a broader skill set, more discipline, and lots and lots of time. It was challenging but fun! she underlines.

Although the series is set in a small town in Tamil Nadu and is extremely localized, Suzhal’s team believe that the story it tells and the characters involved would resonate with global audiences as the story is universal. For the first time, a Tamil web series is released simultaneously in 30 languages ​​across the world and this is a momentous occasion not only for the team of Suzhal but also for the Tamil film industry. OTT paved the way for new stories and also provided opportunities for new talent. So are Pushkar and Gayatri creating a new wave of OTT content? “We are excited and curious to know how it would play out. But it’s actually Amazon creating a new wave with its strong belief in the content and bringing the series to a global audience,” smiles Gayatri.

Latha Srinivasan is a veteran journalist based in Chennai. His passion is entertainment, travel and dogs.

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Rian Johnson reveals the title of the mystery sequel https://caligarimovie.com/rian-johnson-reveals-the-title-of-the-mystery-sequel/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 16:15:00 +0000 https://caligarimovie.com/rian-johnson-reveals-the-title-of-the-mystery-sequel/ Benoit Blanc’s next mystery is getting closer and closer. Today, Knives out director Rian Johnson announced the title of its sequel to the hit murder mystery film, arriving “this holiday season.” According to a new (and very short) teaser posted on the director’s Twitter today, the upcoming film is titled Glass Onion — a name […]]]>

Benoit Blanc’s next mystery is getting closer and closer. Today, Knives out director Rian Johnson announced the title of its sequel to the hit murder mystery film, arriving “this holiday season.” According to a new (and very short) teaser posted on the director’s Twitter today, the upcoming film is titled Glass Onion — a name taken from 1968 Beatles song of the same name.

Johnson continues the trend of borrowing movie titles from iconic musicians with Glass Onionbeing inspired by the 2001 Radiohead song of the same name for Knives out. If that formula continues to work for Johnson, he’s lucky – and why wouldn’t he be, with a cast that includes a returning star Daniel Craig as Detective Benoit Blanc, with Kathryn Hahn, Janelle Monae, Kate Hudson, Edward Norton, Leslie Odom Jr., Dave Bautista, Madeline Cline, Jessica Henwickand Ethan Hawke?

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In the thread where he announced the new title, Johnson cited the most iconic mystery writer of them all as inspiration for his Benoit Blanc stories: Agatha Christie. Best known for her work on novels like Murder on the Orient Express and Death on the Nile – both of which have received their own films – Christie has written more than sixty mystery novels, and Johnson cites his constant creativity as something he aspires to:

“What I love about Agatha Christie is that she never walked on water creatively. I think there’s a misperception that her books use the same formula over and over again, but fans know the opposite to be true… It wasn’t just set pieces or methods of murder, she was constantly expanding the genre conceptually.Under the thriller umbrella, she wrote spy thrillers, proto -slasher, serial killer hunts, gothic romances, psychological character studies, glam travelogues. When I did Knives Out, that’s what got me excited to do more of mysteries with Daniel as Benoit Blanc – imitating Christie and making each film feel like a whole new book, with its own tone, ambition, purpose…and (ta dah) title.

RELATED: ‘Knives Out 2’: Cast, Filming Details, Netflix Deal & Everything We Know So Far

He also teased “lots more to come” in the same thread, implying that we may have a release date or trailer soon. We were given a very brief glimpse of the film’s Mediterranean setting a few months ago, but we haven’t yet gotten any more concrete footage or information on what takes Benoit Blanc to Greece.

Johnson is both a writer and a director Glass Onion, which will premiere on Netflix this fall – we’re guessing around Thanksgiving, given the “holiday season” window revealed by the new teaser. Check out Johnson’s full announcement below:

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Rajkumar Rao Teases First Look at Mystery Thriller “HIT – The First Case” https://caligarimovie.com/rajkumar-rao-teases-first-look-at-mystery-thriller-hit-the-first-case/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 12:28:34 +0000 https://caligarimovie.com/rajkumar-rao-teases-first-look-at-mystery-thriller-hit-the-first-case/ Bollywood actor Rajkummar Rao has shared the first look at his upcoming mystery thriller Hit – The first case. The film is set to be released on July 15. Check out the post for more on Rajkummar’s upcoming movie. Rajkummar Rao looks intense in ‘Hit – The First Case’ poster Rajkummar Rao’s next movie Hit […]]]>

Bollywood actor Rajkummar Rao has shared the first look at his upcoming mystery thriller Hit – The first case. The film is set to be released on July 15. Check out the post for more on Rajkummar’s upcoming movie.

Rajkummar Rao looks intense in ‘Hit – The First Case’ poster

Rajkummar Rao’s next movie Hit – The first case is Hindi version of Telugu crime drama HIT. The actor has shared the first look at his upcoming crime drama which has taken the internet by storm. Sharing the poster, the actor wrote: “Unraveling the first mystery. In theaters July 15, 2022! HIT – The first #HITGlimpseOfVikram case will be released on June 14th.

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Rajkummar wears a well-trimmed beard and earrings in both ears. The actor looks intense as he stares at the camera. The poster also features a bird’s eye view of a road with a car on it.

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Directed by Dr. Sailesh Kolanu, the film is a remake of the same name. While the original HIT featured Vishwak Sen and Ruhani Sharma in the lead roles, the Hindi version will feature Rajkummar Rao and Sanya Malhotra.

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Speaking about the film, Rajkummar Rao said, “When I saw HIT, I immediately connected with it. It’s an engaging story, relevant in today’s environment. As an actor, I’m always on the lookout for characters I haven’t explored and HIT gives me a chance to do that. I can’t wait to take this trip with Sailesh and Dil Raju.”

Funded by T-Series’ Bhushan Kumar, Dil Raju, Krishan Kumar, and Kuldeep Rathore, the film is set to hit theaters on July 15.

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A Rare and Mysterious Musical Thriller Brings Dark Fun to Houston – Inside Bayou City’s Unique World Premiere Moment https://caligarimovie.com/a-rare-and-mysterious-musical-thriller-brings-dark-fun-to-houston-inside-bayou-citys-unique-world-premiere-moment/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 17:07:49 +0000 https://caligarimovie.com/a-rare-and-mysterious-musical-thriller-brings-dark-fun-to-houston-inside-bayou-citys-unique-world-premiere-moment/ Iimagine a man haunted by a traumatic past and a lost love. Lost in a stasis of his own making, he never leaves his apartment and the world shrinks to his sight from the window and the voices he hears just beyond the walls of his apartment. A mysterious couple moves in next door, and […]]]>

Iimagine a man haunted by a traumatic past and a lost love. Lost in a stasis of his own making, he never leaves his apartment and the world shrinks to his sight from the window and the voices he hears just beyond the walls of his apartment.

A mysterious couple moves in next door, and he finds himself lost in memories and dark reflections. And then, and then. . .

Sounds like the premise of a 1950s film noir or maybe a new contemporary take on the genre, doesn’t it? Well now imagine the same story with singing and dancing because it’s Blackthe new musical from Broadway greats Duncan Sheik (spring awakening) and Kyle Jarrow (Spongebob: The Musical). And Black had its world premiere not in New York, but in Houston at the Alley Theater. (It now runs at the driveway until July 3).

To shed light on how the black genre translates into musical theatre, I spoke to show director Darko Tresnjak. Although probably best known as the original director of the musicals A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murderfor which he won a Tony, and the Broadway hit Anastasia, Tresnjak’s range of directors spans from Shakespeare to contemporary plays to opera.

New Black

Black is that rarity of 21st century musicals that aren’t based on a beloved movie or book. So when we started our conversation, I asked Tresnjak if he could give me the basics of this story of a broken-hearted man.

“He starts looking at his neighbors through the window and listening through the wall,” says Tresnjak. “A young couple obviously in difficulty moved into the apartment next door.

“Their story in the present starts to resemble her story in the past with her lover. The two stories start to echo each other.

Christy Altomare as Scarlet, Adam Kantor as The Neighbor, Morgan Marcell as The Wife and David Guzman as The Husband. (Photo by Lynn Lane.)

This original story certainly fits the black or new black category, with one exception, its creators conceived the original idea as a musical.

A lifelong enthusiast of the noir genre, Tresnjak enthusiastically immerses himself in a discussion of the evolution and history of the film genre, from its roots in Eastern Europe to its blossoming in the United States in the 1940s until to its sci-fi subgenres – think Blade Runner — to contemporary Asian spins.

“They’re great leads,” says Tresnjak when I ask why novelists and filmmakers return to form decade after decade. It’s a great narrative that must be built. Things have to move and the best films tell stories about the human condition.

“A lot of genre fiction may entertain you, but it tells something about us as human beings. And because of the circumstances, maybe he amplifies it.

Yet the noir genre has rarely made the leap as new works for the stage and almost never as a musical. Perhaps the show that comes closest to it is City of Angels, which Tresnjak also directed. Still, he categorizes angels as more of a gender send-off.

Tresnjak says he doesn’t think Sheik and Jarrow were aware of his love for film noir when they approached him to direct, so it was a creative serendipity.

“I fell in love with it,” Tresnjak says of the show. “Sometimes something happens for me as a director and I recognize that’s very good, but I also say that I’m not the right director for it. I’m very demanding.

A black for our time

Tresnjak came on board the project before the pandemic, and Sheik and Jarrow started working on the show several years ago, but BlackThe themes of isolation and separation seem almost too current. Tresnjak says they all recognize the story will likely resonate more than ever but, with the exception of Jarrow adding a new line of dialogue, very few changes have been made to the original concept.

“It was all there before, but it’s amazing because I think it will speak to people without preaching,” says Tresnjak. “How could it be otherwise when so many people were isolated, staring out the window and wondering how to pass the time?”

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Dance goes black in this world premiere musical with choreography by Karla Puno Garcia. (Photo by Lynn Lane)

Of all the types of performance art directed by Tresnjak, he finds musicals among the most challenging, yet “most satisfying.” Thus, a world premiere musical becomes the ultimate creative mountain to climb.

“Nothing takes longer to hit the stage than a new musical,” says Tresnjak. “It’s so many moving parts. I feel responsible for knowing that I am the right person for the project.

“If I do a Shakespeare play or a Verdi opera and something goes wrong, Shakespeare and Verdi will be fine,” laughs Tresnjak.

“But it feels very valuable to me, and I feel a great responsibility to everyone, but especially to the authors,” he adds. “It’s been years and years of work, fine-tuning and calibration.”

The cast and creative team have found a temporary home in the Alley for this world premiere, with Tresnjak saying he has “nothing but admiration for the institution”.

Making it home meant reconfiguring the Hubbard Theater’s push stage a bit, turning it into a classic proscenium model for plot purposes, but also for a possible future on Broadway where very few theatrical stages go. advanced towards the public.

“It’s done in such an elegant way,” Tresnjak says of the design. Aisle goers familiar with the Hubbard space need not fear. They will return it as they found it.

“I have to say Rob Melrose is such a splendid host and there is such humanity to this place and the level of professionalism,” says Tresnjak.

When not rehearsing, Tresnjak spent time exploring Houston’s art scene. He took a trip to the MFAH, saw the other world premiere currently on the Alley, Born with teeth, and also attended the world premiere of Trey McIntyre’s Houston Ballet pretty things. And while the Black The producers certainly have their sights set on bringing the show to Broadway, Tresnjak says the cast and creative team are staying in Houston here and now, focused on creating the best possible musical for local Bayou City audiences.

“Satisfaction and pride should be in the moment,” Tresnjak said. PaperCity. “That means Alley and Houston audiences and making sure he communicates here. Then you hand it over to the gods.

Noir runs at the Alley Theater until July 3.

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