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As handsome as you’d expect.
The show won’t just be the Terry Gilliam film stretched out over 12 hours.
Scalped is the latest in a long series of DC comics headed for TV.
By Dylan Gonzalez Beer: Fire and Blood Red Ale Brewery: Ommegang Brewery With the new season of Game of Thrones now on, Ommegang Brewery has released the third in their special line of beers made in conjunction with HBO and …
Paramount is forging its way into TV and will be turning to its library for material. Among the films they will be developing for TV is a new adaptation of Andrew Niccol’s The Truman Show, which starred Jim Carrey as …
It seems that everybody will be present and correct, and the scripts will once again be written by Doug Naylor.
By Bill Watters With the end of the year’s episodes of Walking Dead, AMC’s is bringing us Turn (Sundays at 9pm/8pm central), a new spy drama set during the early years of the Revolutionary War. Having an affinity for historically …
I’m sharing it, really, as an excuse to pass on some thoughts on the series.
Well, it’s definitely 24, just not quite as we knew it.
Not much news here, really, just the arrival of the inevitable.
The show will film this summer in the UK, will air in 2015 on Channel 4 in the UK and on XBox in North America.
A&E have officially announced that Bates Motel will be back for a third season. I’ve only seen the first but quite enjoyed it. I suppose the question is whether or not the show will ever catch up with Psycho, the …
I think the show is still limping rather too much. I’m watching it out of some sort of loyalty now. And hope.
Spoilers ahead, I suppose. Minor ones.
With every upcoming episode of Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D., Marvel will be releasing a piece of art to echo and tease the episode in question, the Thursday before the episode in question. I reckon they nicked the idea from Franscesco …
David Letterman can tell this story better than me, so I’ll let him do just that.
Filming on the 8-episode series will begin in early 2015. Hardy’s a busy man, after all.
There are actors who are just so. done. with their iconic characters after long years of playing them, but it appears Bryan Cranston is not one of them.