The wait for new episodes of “Spartacus” on Starz isn’t over, but the end is at least in sight.
Starz says “Spartacus: Vengeance,” which will pick up where “Blood and Sand” left off, will debut Friday, Jan. 27. The cable channel has also released a menacing-looking poster featuring new star Liam McIntyre and a behind-the-scenes video chronicling the making of the new season, which is below.
“Spartacus… Continue reading 'Spartacus: Vengeance' sets premiere date, releases poster and video
These ‘Boots’ were made for walking — all over the box office competition. ‘Shrek’ spinoff ‘Puss in Boots’ easily won the weekend, not only outpacing two other new wide releases by a wide margin, but also setting a record for the biggest Halloween weekend opening ever.
The fencing feline voiced by Antonio Banderas purred his way to an estimated $ 34 million… Continue reading Weekend Box Office: 'Puss in Boots' Sets Halloween Record
The ComingSoon.net Box Office Report has been updated with studio estimates for the weekend. Click here for the full box office estimates of the top 12 films and then check back on Monday for the final figures based on actual box office.
Paramount Pictures’ Paranormal Activity 3 set a new October opening record with an estimated $ 54 million from 3,321 domestic theaters, an average of $… Continue reading Paranormal Activity 3 Sets New October Record with $54 Million
Horror threequel/prequel ‘Paranormal Activity 3′ scared up a frightful amount of money this weekend, setting a record for the biggest horror movie opening ever. With an estimated $ 54.0 million opening, it handily defeated this weekend’s other two new wide releases, ‘The Three Musketeers’ and ‘Johnny English Reborn.’
Even before it opened, ‘Paranormal 3′ had scared off most of the usual October horror competition. It was expected to open big, in… Continue reading 'Paranormal Activity 3' Sets Horror Movie Record: Box Office Report October 21-23
Steve Jobs wanted to create a fully integrated line of Apple TV sets with “the simplest user interface you can imagine.”
According to a report in The Washington Post reviewing Walter Isaacson’s new biography of the Apple co-founder, Jobs saw the company’s current Apple TV-branded set-top boxes as merely the starting point for conquering the home theater space.
The Post quoted from the book:
“He very much wanted to… Continue reading Steve Jobs planned revolutionary TV sets