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Talking about NOS4A2, AMC's new supernatural horror series about an immortal man, Charlie Manx (Zachary Quinto), who preys on the souls of children, you probably won't get too far into the conversation before someone points out the odd spelling of the title.

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The intense heat and humidity of summer has a way of making people feel a little out of sorts — irritable, cranky, and prone to rash decisions. So the hottest months of the year are a great time to duck into a cool, air-conditioned movie theater and take in a terrifying movie, rather than enacting one of your own. These eight horror movies coming out this summer will test your courage and give you a safe outlet for your seasonal angst.

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Though good looks can get an actor very, very far in Hollywood, a good performance is even more crucial. Talent is what should be the name of the game, the thing that helps win awards, earn positive reviews and get audiences in seats.

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“I’d been actively looking for a role that would let me disappear,” Quinto said in an interview with Vulture at the Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena earlier this year. Based on Joe Hill’s best seller of the same name, the series follows Manx on a murderous road trip while also introducing the one girl, Vic McQueen (Ashleigh Cummings), who may be able to stop him. Ahead of NOS4A2’s premiere, Quinto delved into the liberation of heavy prosthetics, Manx’s unusually close relationship with his car, and the uncertain future of the Star Trek movies.

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Much of an actor’s job is to convey a character’s inner emotional truth. That can prove complicated when the character requires layers of prosthetics and specialized makeup to come to life. Such was the challenge for Zachary Quinto, who portrays Charlie Manx in AMC’s “NOS4A2,” an adaptation of Joe Hill’s novel about a supernatural being who feeds on the souls of children to replenish his youth. But Quinto had the aid of special makeup designer Joel Harlow, with whom he had collaborated on the “Star Trek” films.

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Monday, 27 May 2019 19:48

Rise of Cthulhu

These were shots created for an episode of "Codes and Conspiracies" where the subject matter discussed possible alien sources for our origins. The script called for a depiction of Cthulhu. As luck would have it, I know Oscar Winner Joel Harlow, who made an amazing sculpture of Cthulhu.

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Monday, 27 May 2019 19:47

HELLBOY - Joel Harlow Interview

Based on the graphic novels by Mike Mignola, Hellboy, caught between the worlds of the supernatural and human, battles an ancient sorceress bent on revenge.

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Joel Harlow, Makeup Artist from "Black Mass" tells New You about Johnny Depp's direction on makeup, and the challenges of transforming Johnny into Whitey Bulger for the film.

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The task of creating the new look for Hellboy was given to none other than Academy Award-winning Makeup and Effects Artist and Designer Joel Harlow, who spoke to Stan Winston School about how the project came about. "I received a phone call from one of the producers. I was preparing Godzilla: King of the Monsters at the time, and while I was preparing that, Hellboy came in. I submitted a budget, got the go ahead, and then we started building."

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The cast and creators explore how the supernatural powers of Vic McQueen and Charlie Manx put the duo on a collision course and why our own imaginations are sometimes the most terrifying. Don't miss the series premiere Sunday, June 2 at 10/9c.

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