Posts Tagged: Sam Witwer
Evan Peters Loves Playing a Hero in X-Men Apocalypse, But His Heart Belongs to American Horror Story’s Villains
By Hilton Collins On Saturday at Wizard World Sacramento, audience members packed the ballroom at the Sacramento Convention Center to see actor Evan Peters discuss his admirable Hollywood career. Peters has a long and impressive resume of acting credits, but he’s probably most famous for playing Quicksilver in Fox’s X-Men film franchise and multiple characters… Read more »
Star Vs The Forces Of Evil Gets A Comic By The Show’s Zach Marcus And Devin Taylor
Daron Nefcy, creator of the hit animated series Star Vs The Forces of Evil. She announced on her website, This is the 1st cover of the new Star original comic series “Deep Trouble.” The eight original comics will roll out monthly in stores beginning September 2016! These comics are great! They are written by one of Star… Read more »
Evil Dead 2… The Board Game
I’m not much of a board game player. I think I own one, a Marvel Universe version of Risk I got as a gift. But, that might change. Space Goat is putting together an official Evil Dead 2 Board Game in conjunction with Studiocanal. It’s planned as a tile and miniature survival / horror game…. Read more »
Jesus Likes The Buddy System In A Clip From The Next Outcast
In a clip from tomorrow night’s Outcast, Reverend Anderson and Kyle discuss e-cigarettes and hangovers. But when Kyle questions his place in their emerging partnership, Anderson quotes scripture to prove Jesus supports the buddy system: Outcast airs Fridays on Cinemax.
Warner Bros. To Bring Belle Reve Penitentiary To Comic-Con In July
With Comic-Con International: San Diego just a little over a month away, details of various promotions are starting to emerge. For one: Warner Bros. intends to turn one of San Diego’s hotels into Belle Reve Penitentiary in support of their upcoming Suicide Squad. According to The Hollywood Reporter, a portion of the Hard Rock Hotel… Read more »
Will We See Oddly Normal On TV?
It was almost a year ago that I sat down to talk to Otis Frampton about Oddly Normal making its transition from monthly issues to graphic novels. We had an in-depth chat about many things, and one of them, was Oddly making her way to the screen. Otis shared: “I haven’t talked about it until now, but Oddly Normal… Read more »