A talky, tedious and carelessly implausible what-if fantasy that puts a cast of young hotties through successive doomsday scenarios.
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"The Killing" thesp Katie Findlay has landed the female lead opposite John Karna in FilmNation Entertainment's teen comedy "Premature."
Warner Bros. is heading into the future with "The Count of Monte Cristo," snapping up Ian Shorr's "Cristo" script and setting it up with Kevin McCormick's Langley Park.
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