Sam Eidson has a unique problem. His stage adaptation of Robocop goes up in an hour and he’s missing a key ingredient: explosives.
“Crispin Glover won’t let us get to our fireworks,” he says as he sorts through several boxes of wigs and plastic guns and costumes. The notoriously eccentric Back to the Future actor-turned-director is in town to screen a few of his… Continue reading Exclusive: We Chat With the Producers of 'Robocop Live' (Plus, See It In Action!)
Warning: The following story discusses a major plot point from tonight’s Game of Thrones… It’s a big deal. If you haven’t watched the episode yet, you should do that and come back. This story will still be here, I promise. Sure, the spoiler was in the novel and has been on the Internet forever, but
Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones contained an unexpected treat for fans of George R. R. Martin’s novel when menacing Dotharki horse lord Khal Drogo entered into a life-and-death brawl for leadership of his tribe. The added scene gave actor Jason Momoa, who’s also pumping up another iconic muscle-bound warrior this summer in the Conan
Game of Thrones showrunner wizards Dan Weiss and David Benioff talk to EW about this week’s rollicking sixth episode, how much backstory from the books is too much and whether fans are right to hate on Catelyn. ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Loved the Eyrie sequence. Can you talk about staging that? David Benioff: Gemma Jackson our production
Game of Thrones producers David Benioff and Dan Weiss took a break from writing scripts for season two to talk to EW about Sunday’s fifth episode and some of the changes made from the popular book by George R. R Martin. ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What about the reaction of viewers to the show so far has
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