Spider-Man: Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (The Lego Movie) will write a treatment for and produce an animated Spider-Man movie. The much-in-demand creative duo will lay out the story for the project, which will exist independently of live-action plans for the lead character. Spider-Man first appeared in an animated series in 1967 (above); the next live-action Spider-Man movie is set for… Continue reading Movie News: Animated 'Spider-Man' Coming From 'Lego Movie' Team; 'Beanstalk' On Its Way From 'Breaking Bad' Creator
Buddy-cop comedies used to be all of the rage back in the day. Heck, in the 1980s, movie studios were legally required to make every other movie a cop comedy. (Note: May not be historically accurate.) They waned a bit in the ’90s, but then Rush Hour came along and seemed to reinvigorate audience’s appetites for mismatched cops coming together to take down… Continue reading A 'Rush Hour' TV Show Is Coming from the Creator of 'Scrubs'
When Byron Balasco tells people that his new show Kingdom is about Mixed Martial Arts, their response tends to be, “Oh, so it’s a reality show?” It’s not a wild notion, considering that we live in a world with very few (if any) scripted shows about MMA. But for Balasco, the idea never seemed far-fetched.
“I had been a fan of MMA for years and years and years… Continue reading ‘Kingdom’ creator on crafting a gritty family drama in the MMA world
[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED THE PREMIERE OF HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER!!!]
One of the most anticipated new series of the fall, the Shonda Rhimes-produced How to Get Away With Murder, delivered a rollercoaster of a premiere that included the reveal of two dead bodies: Sam, (Tom Verica), the husband of Annalise Keating (Viola Davis), and Lila, one of Sam’s students. Who are the killer(s)? When… Continue reading ‘How to Get Away With Murder’ premiere: Who killed [SPOILER]? Creator Pete Nowalk talks all the twists!
Ghostbusters: The beloved modern comedy classic Ghostbusters will be returning to movie theaters across America on August 29. The limited return engagement, featuring a restored and remastered version, honors the film’s 30th anniversary, and is also timed to coincide with new home video releases of the original as well as the sequel. [Ghostbusters.com via EW.com]