Live action and a little bit of CG bring the Wacky Racers to life – and explosive cartoon death – in order to sell cars.
The Jim Henson Gallery is to house a new, permanent exhibition at New York’s Museum of Modern Art. I’ll see you there.
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Brrrrr. I absolutely never want to get within twenty metres of Krusty the Clown.
There’s been some hypemongering talk of a possible fifth series or feature-length special, also funded by Netflix. I’d have paid it more heed if it didn’t seem perfectly timed to get headlines for the show just before the relaunch.
I love zombies, so right now, I love TV.
While my Aaron Sorkin fever is being stoked by the imminent second series of The Newsroom, I might dip back into The West Wing.
Super powers and power aren’t the same thing, and where the pilot script for a TV version of Absolution grabbed me was where the two bang up against one another.
Now, we’re calling this a TV series, and it is, I suppose, in just the sense that Netflix and Amazon have been making TV. But, as you’d expect, you’re going to need an X-Box to watch it.
I don’t know if it being a show about show has inspired this pulled-back treatment, or if it’s a desire to remind us of the calibre of talent involved.
Lucasfilm released this preview clip today to get us all up to speed on their hitherto secret planning.
Looks captivating, and potentially very exciting and there’s a built-in ticking clock that would ideally get several seasons to just tock away.
Voyeuristically peer at my viewing experience with the benefit and privilege of already knowing what’s coming when I don’t.
Thanks to the internets, you can now read the script for the pilot episode of Believe, a new Bad Robot series that NBC will be taking to series this Autumn. The whole thing lives in the window below. This script …
Whoooo are you? Okay, yes, there are spoilers for The Name Of The Doctor. We’re going to be talking about the episode. Probably best not to watch it before you have, whether on TV, iPlayer or on DVD a week ago. …
Steven Moffat tells us; Well, no bad manners here! Two hundred and ten Doctor Who fans kept the secret, and many, many more fans helped. I wish I could send you all flowers, but I don’t know where you live …
Show looking attractive to international buyers too.
Screenwriter and Zombieland co-creator Rhett Reese has been apportioning blame on Twitter.
There might be a new plan, or a new new plan that’s the same as the old old plan.