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IGN – Netflix invited viewers inside its spooky reimagining of The Haunting of Hill House at New York Comic Con on Friday night.

The series stars Michiel Huisman (Steven Crain), Elizabeth Reaser (Shirly Crain), Oliver Jackson-Cohen (Luke Crain), Kate Siegel (Theo Crain), Victoria Pedretti (Nell Crain), Timothy Hutton (Hugh Crain), Carla Gugino (Olivia Crain), and Henry Thomas (Young Hugh Crain), and is created by horror director Mike Flanagan – who the cast credits with building a truly terrifying world for their characters to inhabit.

“Mike Flanagan first and foremost is a horror fan; he is making movies for himself and people like him,” said Siegel (who also happens to be married to Flanagan). “That is a rarity, I think, because on some level, horror can be made in one room on your iPhone for cheap, but Mike loves it so much that he approaches it with such romance, almost. He loves his characters the way you would in a Merchant Ivory film, but he still wants to scare the pants off you.” She credited Flanagan with managing to never “reuse a monster or reuse a scare,” as well as finding “new ways to scare people who spend every waking moment in the horror world. He gets to throw all of his best tricks at you.”

Huisman admitted that reading the scripts was even more terrifying than filming the show. “That was the scariest part for me, reading it – now I can watch it because I know it’s coming,” he laughed.

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TV LINE – The Haunting of Hill House will commence on a nearly ominous Friday the… 12th.

Specifically Friday, Oct. 12, Netflix has announced, while also releasing first photos from the 10-episode series.

Described as “a modern reimagining” of Shirley Jackson’s iconic gothic horror novel from 1959, The Haunting of Hill House explores a group of siblings who, as children, grew up in what would go on to become the most famous haunted house in the country. Now adults, and forced back together in the face of tragedy, the family must finally confront the ghosts of their past — some of which still lurk in their minds while others may actually be stalking the shadows of Hill House.

Created, directed and executive-produced by Mike Flanagan (Hush, Oculus), The Haunting of Hill House cast includes Michiel Huisman (Game of Thrones), Carla Gugino (many things that never seem to last long enough, sigh), Timothy Hutton (American Crime), Elizabeth Reaser (Manhunt: Unabomber), Oliver Jackson-Cohen (Emerald City), Henry Thomas (let’s go with E.T. for old time’s sake — though Better Things also works), Kate Siegel (Hush), Victoria Pedretti, Lulu Wilson (Sharp Objects), McKenna Grace (Designated Survivor‘s First Daughter!), Paxton Singleton, Violet McGraw and Julian Hilliard.

COLLIDER – First of all, I just want to note that in the press release for Netflix’s new movie Irreplaceable You, the tagline is: “Fall in love with childhood sweethearts Abbie and Sam, just in time to watch them try to say goodbye.” Ice cold! But yeah, that should set up your expectations for the movie, which stars Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Black Mirror) and Michiel Huisman (Game of Thrones) as Abbie and Sam, just as Abbie receives a devastating diagnosis that changes the course of their future together.

 

Because Abbie is concerned that Sam won’t be able to fend for himself in this wide world as a 30-something male, she goes to elaborate lengths to set him up with a new girlfriend. Seems unlikely, but stick with me here — the lesson is to not focus on the what-ifs of the future, but to live in the now. Gasp!

 

Anyway, what I’m saying is: get ready to cry. Irreplaceable You premieres Friday, February 16th on Netflix, and also stars Steve Coogan, Kate McKinnon, and Christopher Walken. The movie is also the feature directorial debut of former Veep producer and director Stephanie Laing. Check out the trailer below:

 

DEN OF GEEK – The mother of almost all ghost stories is coming to Netflix with a TV series adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s 1959 horror novel The Haunting of Hill House, which happens to be one of Stephen King’s favorite books. It was made into a classic piece of early 1960s cinema (and a 1990s remake), and will soon arrive at Netflix in a modernized form.

 

The Haunting of Hill House will arrive on Netflix in a 10-episode form, written, produced, and directed by Mike Flanagan, who directed Oculus, Hush and will adapt King’s Gerald’s Game into a movie. Flanagan will produce with his producing partner Trevor Macy for Amblin TV and Paramount TV.

 

Timothy Hutton joins The Haunting of Hill House as a lead actor, reports Deadline. While his character was not named, it is believed (but not confirmed,) that Hutton will portray the patriarch of the haunted house-owning Crane family, married to Carla Gugino’s matriarchal character.

 

Hutton came into prominence early in his career, winning a Best Supporting Actor Oscar in 1981 for his role in director Robert Redford’s drama Ordinary People. He’s appeared in films such as Taps, Iceman, Made in Heaven, French Kiss, Kinsey, Secret Window and The Good Shepherd. However, later generations know him better as a TV mainstay with notable runs on American Crime and a longtime run as the mastermind of the justice-delivering rogues of Leverage.

 

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Michiel Huisman has been tapped to star in Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House, reports THR. In a revelation that may shed light on the context of this reboot series, Huisman will play a character named Steven Crane, a published author of supernatural-related books and the oldest living sibling of the Crane family. The Netherlands-native is best known for his role on HBO’s Game of Thrones as Daario Naharis. Besides roles in his native country, Huisman was notably seen in recurring roles on Orphan Black, Nashville, Treme, and miniseries Harley and the Davidsons, as well as films such as 2015’s The Age of Adaline and 2017’s The Ottoman Lieutenant. He has quite a full docket of film roles, notably in director Gideon Raff’s historical spy thriller Red Sea Diving Resort, which stars Chris Evans.

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Once again, Game of Thrones has received nominations for Golden Globe and SAG Awards. The award shows will air next year.

 

Golden Globe Nominations

 

Best Television Series – Drama

  • The Crown
  • Game of Thrones
  • Stranger Things
  • This Is Us
  • Westworld

 

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

  • Olivia Colman – The Night Manager
  • Lena Headey – Game of Thrones
  • Chrissy Metz – This Is Us
  • Mandy Moore – This Is Us
  • Thandie Newton – Westworld

 

The 74th Golden Globe Awards, which are voted on by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, will be hosted by Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon and will air live on both coasts Sunday, Jan. 8, 2017 on NBC.

 

Screen Actors Guild Nominations

 

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series

  • The Crown
  • Downton Abbey
  • Game of Thrones
  • Stranger Things
  • Westworld

 

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series

  • Sterling K. Brown, This Is Us
  • Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones
  • John Lithgow, The Crown
  • Rami Malek, Mr. Robot
  • Kevin Spacey, House of Cards

 

Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble

  • Game of Thrones
  • Daredevil
  • Luke Cage
  • The Walking Dead
  • Westworld

 

The Screen Actors Guild Awards will air Sunday, January 29 on TBS and TNT.

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EW – It’s the show that will kill everyone you love but that will never die itself. (Not that we want it to.)

 

Game of Thrones won the trophy for Best Drama Series at the 22nd annual Critics’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles Sunday. This marks the second win — and sixth nomination — for the hit HBO series.

 

Although none of the executive producers were able to attend the ceremony because the show is busy filming in Europe, the award will have a temporary home: Kristian Nairn, who played Hodor on the show and was DJing the award ceremony, accepted the award on the show’s behalf.

 

It’s no secret that critics love Thrones, but with the series now having an end date, the win means that much more. And technically, this is the show’s first full-out win considering that it last took home a trophy in 2013 when it tied with Breaking Bad.

 

See the full winners list here.

TELEVISION NOMINATIONS FOR THE 22nd ANNUAL CRITICS’ CHOICE AWARDS

 

BEST DRAMA SERIES

  • Better Call Saul – AM
  • Game of Thrones – HBO
  • Mr. Robot – USA Network
  • Stranger Things – Netflix
  • The Crown – Netflix
  • This Is Us – NBC
  • Westworld – HBO

 

NOMINEES BY PROGRAM FOR THE 22nd ANNUAL CRITICS’ CHOICE AWARDS

Game of Thrones, HBO (5)
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (2)
Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (2)
Best Drama Series

 

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EW – The Critics’ Choice Awards has announced this year’s nominees for the fan-voted Most Bingeworthy award.

 

For the third year in a row, the Critics’ Choice Awards is inviting television fans to crown one of six shows as the most bingeworhty series of the year. This year’s nominees include Game of Thrones, Stranger Things, Catastrophe, Bates Motel, Mr. Robot, and Outlander, which took home the prize last year. Nominees get voted on by the Broadcast Film Critics Association.

 

Voting begins Wednesday and will remain open until around 9:30 p.m. ET on Dec.11, the night of the 22nd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards live broadcast.

 

There are many ways for you to cast your vote: on the official site; on Twitter, using the show’s corresponding hashtag or emoji (see below) and tagging @Critics Choice; and using the appropriate hashtag on Facebook and Instagram.

 

Check out the banner above to find out which hashtag and emoji to use for Game of Thrones.

 

Presented by the Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association and hosted by Silicon Valley’s T.J. Miller, the 22nd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards will air live Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. ET on A&E.

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Click on the ballots below to vote! Vote as often as possible!!

 

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Even though he wasn’t on Orphan Black this season, a lot of his fans came from Ophan Black first so you can also vote for it as Favorite SciFi/Fantasy CABLE Show by clicking here.

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