How fortunate for us!
Last year, Netflix announced that it was developing a series based on Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events!
Now, the first teaser is released and it looks delightfully creepy!
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Featured in the quick clip are bugs, maggots and spiders — but let's not forget the dangerous and disgusting Lachrymose Leeches!!
And, of course, we see the dark ominous shadow of Count Olaf himself!
Check out the unfortunate teaser (above)!
We're just so glad he's alright!
As we reported last month, Michael Bublé's son — Noah — suffered serious burns after an accident involving scalding water in Argentina.
The injury was reportedly so bad that the singer and his wife Luisana Lopilato had to rush their 22-month-old to the hospital!
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However, on Wednesday, the crooner took to Instagram to tell his many followers that his little boy is doing just fine!
Posting an ADORABLE photo of footprints on the beach, the 39-year-old wrote the caption:
"We want to thank you for the love and concern you have shown for our little guy through this difficult time. I'm happy to report that he is home, happy and healthy on what turned out to be a great Canada day. #love #grateful #family"
In case you didn't know, Bublé is from Canada!
We are SO HAPPY that Noah is doing well! Stay strong, little one!
[Image via Michael Bublé/Instagram/WENN.]
This might be Rihanna's most NSFW video to date.
Late Wednesday evening, the superstar dropped the video for her hit single B*tch Better Have My Money — and it was EVERYTHING!
This cinematic video is quite the horror short as it features gore, intrigue, and nudity! Remind us not to get on the singer's bad side!
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This video is certainly not for the faint of heart. HA!
And apparently the concept all came from the Barbadian beauty herself. Right before the premiere of the video the starlet took to Instagram.
It's been 22 years since Bruce Campbell has valiantly fought against the deadites — and now he's back playing the ever-groovy character Ash!
The 57-year-old is set to star in Starz's revival of the Evil Dead franchise this fall in Ash vs Evil Dead!
The 10 episode resurrection picks up with Ash, still a stock boy, who once again accidentally unleashes the evil dead upon the world! Ash enlists the help of his Value Stop co-workers Pablo (Ray Santiago) and Kelly (Dana Delorenzo) to defeat the evil dead (above)!
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Campbell reveals that Ash hasn't been up to too much over the past two decades, explaining:
"He was perfectly happy doing basically nothing: telling lies about how he lost his hand in bars late at night. That was basically his MO. So, he's not really the guy who should be dealing with this right now. But…he is. He's our guy!"
Sam Raimi, who directed the films along with the series's first episode, explained that Ash wouldn't go easy on the deadites, saying:
What's your favorite scary TV show?
If you like watching a bunch of articulate teens getting stalked and butchered by a masked serial killer, then you'll LOVE MTV's television adaptation of Scream!
The horror series premiered on Tuesday, and while the kill count barely took off, it definitely kept the spirit of the Wes Craven horror movie alive and well.
Series showrunner Jill Blotevogel revealed the secret of taking the 1996 slasher movie and re-structuring it into a 10 episode arc allows for more time to be spent on developing characters and adding an MTV-appropriate amount of teen drama to the mix!
Here are 5 things that Blotevogel revealed we can expect from the horror tv show! SPOILERS BELOW!
1. ) Things are going to take some time for all hell to break loose.
The new teaser trailer for Fear the Walking Dead is finally here!
And while it's only a whopping 10 seconds long, this new clip of The Walking Dead spin-off FINALLY shows us what we really want to see — a zombie!
While we only catch a glimpse of a walker from afar, we can see a notable difference in the zombie behavior!
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Comic creator Robert Kirkman previously explained that the walkers in FTWD are "not going to be as decayed and they're not going to be as monstrous." He also promised that the tone of the upcoming prequel series will be more of "paranoia and psychological drama," which definitely shows in the quick clip!
From the looks of it, we can expect these zombies to be more shadowy and ominous. We're not sure what's scarier!
Decide for yourself by checking out the teaser trailer (above) and then watch Fear the Walking Dead premiering in August on AMC!