CanneSeries announced Wednesday that a first screening of “Safe”, with lead actors Michael C. Hall and Audrey Fleurot (“The Intouchables,” “Midnight in Paris”) and produced by RED Production Company, will bring down the curtain on the inaugural edition of the week-long TV festival. The series is produced by Nicola Shindler’s Manchester-based RED for C8 in France, and Netflix internationally.
Running April 4-11, the major international part of CannSeries takes place at Cannes’ Palais des Festivals, parallel to the well-established MipTV market.
Michael C. Hall will narrate the first ever unabridged recording of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary, according to EW. The audiobook version of the unabridged novel will be available on March 27.
“Pet Sematary” was originally published in 1983 to worldwide success, instantly landing at No. 1 on the New York Times best-seller list, before being adapted into the popular 1989 horror film of the same name. In the novel, a family moves to a small town in Maine and discovers a pet cemetery across the street, with a local resident claiming that animals buried nearby have been known to come back to life. Following a tragic accident in which a toddler dies, the father buries his son at this supernatural location in hopes of his little boy returning to the family.
Michael C. Hall isn’t ruling out Dexter’s return for Season 9, but he isn’t sure now is the time to revive the show. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Hall was asked if he’d had any thoughts on bringing back the cult serial killer show…
Dexter‘s creator Jeff Lindsay was one of the special guests at this year’s FILIT International Festival of Literature and Art in Iasi, Romania, and he talked about creating America’s favorite serial killer, the last season of the show and more with host Vlad Tausance. Read more after the jump.