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Muppets Confidential: Steve Whitmire Speaks Out On Firing

As The Felt Turns? Sesame Street 90210? ‘Animal’ Kingdom? Only days after the surprise announcement that Kermit the Frog puppeteer Steve Whitmire would be parting ways with Muppets Studio after nearly three decades of voicing the character, he’s taken to his personal blog to set the record straight. Whitmire writes that he was fired unexpectedly […]

Netflix ‘Safe’ Brings Michael C. Hall Back To Series Television

Netflix has announced that Michael C. Hall (Dexter) will be returning to series television in Safe, an eight-part drama from the streaming service and French cable channel Canal+. The drama-thriller will be executive produced by author Harlan Coben (Found, Fool Me) and written by Danny Brocklehurst (Showtime’s Shameless), with filming in the UK commencing this […]

Muppet Confidential: Puppeteer Whitmire Gone; Kermit Declines Comment

If the next time you hear Kermit the Frog he sounds a little different, you’re not imaging things: long-time puppeteer Steve Whitmire, whose been working with The Muppets since the The Muppet Show in the late ’70’s, is reportedly no longer working with Muppets Studio. Muppet fan site Tough Pigs reached out to the company […]

Live-Action ‘Bleach’: First Teaser Trailer, 2018 Release Confirmed

Ichigo Kurosaki fans are getting their first look at the live-action film adaptation of anime classic Bleach as Warner Bros. Japan released a visual of the series’ hero as well as a teaser trailer. It was also confirmed through the film’s Twitter account that Tite Kubo‘s manga-turned-movie would premiere Summer 2018, with previously-announced Sōta Fukushi as Kurosaki […]


SDCC 2017: SyFy Sets ‘Galactica’ Reunion, Live Comic-Con Recaps

With only a little over two weeks to go before Comic-Con International descends upon the San Diego Convention Center (SDCC 2017), Syfy is planting its programming flag loudly and proudly at the mecca of pop culture with over 15 panels and events schedule over the course of the four days. SyFy won’t just be bringing […]

Spike TV’s ‘The Mist’ Review: Solid Start, But Leans Too Hard On Tropes

Spike premiered the first episode of their based-loosely-on-the-novella-and-later-film adaptation of Stephen King’s The Mist last week…so how was it? As first-episodes go, I’d give it a resounding…okay. The first episodes of new shows always have the impossible task of having to do so much in so little time: introduce characters, establish backstories, introduce the “big […]