In terms of franchises which interested me at the beginning, but now seem utterly tedious, the X-Men film franchise is one of them. Quite why they think Wolverine 2 needs to be made is beyond me. Nonetheless, Hugh Jackman has […]
Reports are spreading across the web that Star Trek XII (or is it just II?)”“ the sequel to J.J. Abrams 2009 blockbuster ““ has been given a release date of June 29, 2012 by Paramount Pictures. There’s no actual confirmation […]
So 2010 marks the 25th Anniversary of Back To The Future and what better way to mark the anniversary than releasing the trilogy on Blu-Ray. I know a lot of fans have been chanting at the bit for the film […]
ScoreKeeper over at AICN is running with the story that David Heyman answered a recent question on the subject of John Williams’ returning to the franchise’s final outing with: If we can make it work, and that’s a big if, […]
Sci-Fi Slice have claimed that “˜once “Dollhouse” is over, Joss Whedon is leaving TV for good”¦to pursue creating on-line content along the lines of “Dr. Horrible.”’. Now, there claim has not been sourced, but let’s assume for the moment that […]
Just hours after news broke that Dollhouse may well be cancelled, E! Online took steps ““ possibly the most vague, unhelpful steps imaginable ““ to clarify the situation. The official line from E! is as follows: OK, brace yourself, guys, […]
Nothing is yet confirmed or official, but there are murmurings that we’ve seen the last of Dollhouse. It came to the attention of internet followers that Felicia Day (linked to Joss Whedon through Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog) today wrote on […]
Some debate as to just how real these are, but Empire seems to have condoned at least one as the official UK poster. Judging from the language difference in the first, I’d saw we’re seeing some of the first international […]
According to GeeksOfDoom, the word coming out of Chicago is that they’ve begun hiring staff and crew with a view to commencing pre-production early next year. Batman On Film has multiple sources “” some who worked on both Batman Begins […]
Originally comissioned for thirteen episodes, the move will see the drama starring Lord of the Rings’ John Noble run for a full twenty-two instalments.
This makes it the first new series from the big four American television networks to receive such a pick-up; surely a show of confidence given the show’s performance.