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Forever And A Day: Anthony Horowitz Writing James Bond Prequel Novel

It looks like the next new Bond, James Bond story we’ll be getting won’t be on film, but rather a good old fashioned novel.  Author Anthony Horowitz is apparently working on a prequel novel to the first Ian Fleming Bond story, “Casino Royale”. Horowitz’s story titled “Forever And A Day” is authorised by the Fleming Estate (the […]

Dead Of Summer… Now Just Dead

Freeform (formerly ABC Family) has announced that it will not renew their 80’s horror series Dead of Summer. The series was the brain child of Once Upon A Time creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis and ABC series writer Ian Goldberg. It had received a straight-to-series order, but performed modestly in the ratings. It’s the […]

Pirates Galore In Tonight’s Episode Of Once Upon A Time

ABC’s Once Upon a Time has been back for a few weeks now, and the second half of Season 5 has been a dark and twisted one. “Underbrooke” is a pretty cool place, and the amount of cameo’s we’ve had from past cast members has been great. Now that Hook and Emma are reunited, there’s more family […]


There’s already a draft of the script for the next Tron movie and two of the film’s producers, Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, who were writers on Legacy, have read it. They probably shouldn’t be saying anything, and indeed they’re trying not to. But you know how it goes. It’s hard to keep a secret. […]

Once Upon A Time: Trailer For Mark Mylod’s New ABC Pilot

Sure, it was created by Tron: Legacy miscreants Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, but the director of the pilot is Mark Mylod and his record with TV is superb, so I’m looking forward to ABC’s new show, Once Upon a Time. It has been freshly announced for a series this Autumn, screening at 8pm on Sunday […]

Lost Talent Reuniting For Series Based On Fairy Tales

Lost producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz have developed a pitch for a new TV drama that will see them reunited with that previous show’s mastermind, Damon Lindelof. They’re currently pitching the new series, which Entertainment Weekly have described, quite vaguely, as being “fairy-tale-themed”. I can’t help but think of Fables (which may well be […]