The incredible "Candyman" mirror moment looks like cinematic wizardry was involved, but the star told Newsweek it was very different.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II was familiar with the legend of "Candyman" before joining the film, but wanted to ensure there was a "reason" for the new take.
"Candyman" is a direct sequel to the 1992 movie of the same name, and the filmmakers wanted everyone to know about it.
"Candyman" continues the story of the 1992 movie about the ghost of a murdered man who kills those who invoke his name.
The first "Candyman" film takes place in Cabrini-Green, a housing project in Chicago, which is where the story returns in 2021.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II stars as Anthony McCoy in the new "Candyman" film, which comes from Nia DaCosta and Jordan Peele.
"Karen" gained attention on social media after the trailer went viral, with many users taking aim at it for ripping off Jordan Peele's "Get Out."
Twitter users say the film attempts to copy Jordan Peele's 2017 hit film "Get Out," which garnered widespread critical acclaim after its release.
Waithe, who executive produced two episodes of Amazon's series 'Them,' is under scrutiny after a Los Angeles Times review of the show noted scenes that depict racist violence.
People on Twitter likened the new 'Welcome Home' ad to a Jordan Peele horror film or the 'Jurassic Park' movies.
The Oscar winner's reimagining of the cult classic will drop ten episodes at once next month on CBS All Access.
Topher Grace, Sky Ferreira and Greta Lee are among the actors who were recently added to the show's lineup.
Director Nia DaCosta is reviving the 'Candyman' legend—alongside producer Jordan Peele—for a June 2020 release.
A rundown of the new cast members joining the third season of "Big Mouth" on Netflix as well as the returning voice actors.
If you want something done right, do it yourself.
Director Jordan Peele has accomplished the impossible: He got the Academy to pay attention to a horror movie.
Trump is cast as the unseen villain because "I really just don't have any interest in looking at his face more than I have to," says creator Adam Reid.