Jules / August 12th, 2018

Former The Fosters lead Danny Nucci is set for a key recurring role on ABC’s straight-to-series light crime drama The Rookie, starring and executive produced by Castle alum Nathan Fillion. Read More here



Jules / August 12th, 2018

It’s a cool june afternoon in New York and Michael J. Fox is sitting in his Upper East Side office, his dog, Gus, a lumbering rescue mutt — Great Dane, hound, Chow, some Lab — napping underfoot. The pale gray walls are decorated with rustic signs from some of Fox’s favorite vacation spots — Vermont, Martha’s Vineyard — and a photo of Fox and Boston Bruins hockey great Bobby Orr is propped up on a bookshelf, along with Fox’s Emmys and Golden Globes and his Grammy award for spoken word album, an adaptation of his 2009 memoir “Always Looking Up: The Adventures of an Incurable Optimist.” Read More here



Jules / August 12th, 2018

Now that summer has started to wind down, many horror movie fans have started to look ahead to the spookiest time of the year. Halloween is right around the corner, which means theme parks will soon begin celebrating in the best ways possible. With that in mind, as we turn our attention to Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios, the Hollywood and Orlando-based parks are apparently going to include mazes based on Tobe Hooper’s Poltergeist. Read More here



Jules / August 12th, 2018

Sometimes the success of a movie hinges completely on its timing. When the remake of The Blob crash landed into theaters on August 5, 1988, it didn’t quite earn even half of its budget back. It was a flop. Perhaps audiences were tired of creature features, as the golden age of practical effects were winding down. Perhaps it was just a slow period at the box office. For whatever reason, what should’ve been a success simply wasn’t. Though the film did eventually build a cult following upon home video release, The Blob still doesn’t have the popularity it should have received 30 years ago. It’s a damn shame. One of the best horror films to emerge from the ‘80s, this horror remake is the perfect blend of characters worth rooting for, fantastic special effects, gruesome kills, and a ton of heart. Read More here



Jules / August 12th, 2018

Says the actor: “When I hung up the phone, I just broke down. That’s hard to deal with. It’s really sad and emotional. I had one piece left from that show.” Read More here



Jules / August 12th, 2018

With many hit movies, the stories behind the film can be just as interesting as what’s on screen – that is certainly the case with The Lost Boys. Read More here



Jules / August 12th, 2018

Known to horror fans for his starring role as Aaron Boone in 1990’s Clive Barker-directed Nightbreed, we’ve learned today that actor Craig Sheffer will be making his return to the world of horror in Gregory Lamberson’s Widow’s Point, an adaptation of the supernatural book co-written by Richard Chizmar and his son Billy. Read More here



Jules / August 5th, 2018

Hallmark Movies & Mysteries is also in development with Patti Stanger, star and executive producer of Bravo’s The Millionaire Matchmaker, for The Matchmaker Mysteries, a new, original movie franchise with Danica McKellar (Wonder Years) set to star. McKellar will play Patricia Sill, a professional matchmaker with a keen understanding of human nature that allows her to assess the lovelorn and successfully bring them together. When one of her carefully vetted clients becomes the prime suspect in a murder mystery, Patricia is determined to get to the truth and clear her client’s name, as well as preserve her professional reputation.

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Jules / August 5th, 2018

WB animation Studios is having another go at one of it’s most famous stories The Death of Superman, and it is just moments before the premiere. The couple, Rebecca Romijn (X-Men, The Punisher) and Jerry O’Connell (Stand By Me, Sliders) that play “that” couple, Lois Lane and Clark Kent, sit down with Bleeding Cool to chat about the modern re-telling of an emotional, and what some might argue is an industry changing, Superman story. Read More here



Jules / August 5th, 2018

TCA: YouTube Originals global head Susanne Daniels also admits that “YouTube Red” was a terrible name. Read More here



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