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Exclusive: Deon Taylor, Hilary Swank, Michael Ealy & Mike Colter of ‘Fatale’ Talk Twist and Turns in Tantalizing Noir Thriller
Prepare to get wrapped up in Hidden Empire Film Group’s newest psychological thriller: “Fatale” – a seductive L.A. noir film starring Hilary Swank (Valerie Quinlan); a detective who lures Michael Ealy (Derrick Tyler) into a dangerously tangled web.
Exclusive: ‘Antebellum’ Star Janelle Monáe & Cast Talks Film’s Twisted Reality and Its Terrifying Timeliness [Video]
History begins to rewrite itself in a new mind-bending and socially-conscious thriller led by the multihyphenate herself, Janelle Monáe.
Related yet complete polar opposites, Merrill brothers, John “Ace” (Matthew Allen) and Chris (Paul Sparks) talk about racial tensions and terrifying supernatural occurrences within Castle Rock.
Tim Robbins (Reginald “Pop” Merrill) discusses his character’s struggle in following his moral compass amid the growing divide between his nephews, Paul Sparks (John “Ace” Merrill), and Matthew Allen (Chris Merrill), and his adopted Somali son and daughter, Yusra Warsama (Dr. Nadia Omar), Barkhad Abdi (Abdi Omar).
Taking on the role of siblings, Yusra Warsama (Dr. Nadia Omar) and Barkhad Abdi (Abdi Omar) play Somali immigrants adopted into the world of Castle Rock and discuss the budding tension between their community and their less than friendly neighbors.
Stepping into season two of Castle Rock, co-creator Dustin Thomason is ready to take viewers on yet another creepy crash course into the town of Castle Rock.
Delving into the depths of Stephen King’s multiverse, viewers can uncover the origin story of Misery’s, Annie Wilkes (Lizzy Caplan) – the soon to be needle and sledgehammer-wielding psychotic nurse from hell and her daughter, Joy’s (Elsie Fisher) settlement into the mysterious and tension-filled town of Castle Rock.
What if the person you need to be scared of is the one looking right back at you?
Psychological thriller is a genre which almost always warrants a panicked, on the edge of your seat, reaction from the audience.