Last Friday's shooting spree inside of a midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises has prompted the usual response from the public — who should we blame?
Some are pointing their fingers at violence portrayed in film and television, while others are blaming gun control. With the tragedy occurring just a week before the release of Matthew McConaughey's NC-17 trailer park noir, Killer Joe, the actor and the film's director have weighed in on the debate.
William Friedkin, an Oscar-winning filmmaker who most famously scared the crap out of us with his interpretation of The Exorcist, sided with gun control and stated:
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Grab your Bible and polish your Latin, because The Excorcist is about to possess your TV!
We’re normally SCURRRED to death of remakes because but we’re excited to see Sean Durkin adapt this Best Picture nominee for the small screen.
Broader in scope than the 1973 William Friedkin film, the 10-part miniseries will focus more time and attention on the events leading up to the Regan MacNeil's possession and also how the family copes with the aftermath.
Networks are expected to start
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She's come a long way since Blue Lagoon!
Brooke Shields joins Richard Chamberlain in what has often been referred to as the scariest story of all time — The Exorcist!
DUN DUN DUNNNN….
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William Peter Blatty, author of The Exorcist, is suing Warner Brothers for holding out on profits from the film.
The studio will not account for how much the movie grossed, but reports have surfaced the the film made $400 million at the box office worldwide.
Blatty is asking the judge to force Warner Bros. to give him an exact number. He is seeking unspecified damages.
And considering he won an Oscar for adapting the screenplay from his novel, he deserves it!
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