The Expendables: Sylvester Stallone is taking The Expendables to the small screen. He will serve as executive producer for an “event series” that Fox is developing for television. The intention is for “iconic TV stars” to form a new team whose mission is take down a terrorist. It’s still early stages, but the idea certainly leaves things wide open for… Continue reading Movie News: 'The Expendables' Heading to Small Screen; Watch 'Furious 7' TV Spot and 'Dark Places' Trailer
This year it seems the popularity of comic book adaptations has hit a fever pitch. While the movies have enjoyed the bulk of the success of the past 15 years or so, now more than ever it looks like television is starting to catch on to the craze. With Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and now Agent Carter on CBS, its forthcoming Netflix shows centered on… Continue reading Comics on Film: Do Superheroes Work Better on the Small or Big Screen?
“The Hills” star Lauren Conrad married her fiancee Something Corporate guitarist William Tell on Sat. Sept. 13 in a small private ceremony on the West Coast,
US Weekly reports.
“What a perfect way to start our lives together; surrounded by the people we love most,” the happy couple told Us Weekly in a statement.
Conrad and Tell have been dating since… Continue reading Lauren Conrad marries William Tell in small, private LA ceremony
Gravity – Warner Bros. – Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray Combo Pack, and DVDDirector: Alfonso CuarónCast: Sandra Bullock, George Clooney, Ed Harris. Full cast + crew
If you were concerned that Gravity wouldn’t hold up on the small screen, you need not worry. Alfonso Cuarón’s film is just as much a stunner at home as it was on the biggest screen in your town. Sure, the experience may not be quite as immersive, but… Continue reading New on DVD/Blu-ray: 'Gravity' Still Dazzles on the Small Screen, Plus the Sci-fi 'Mr. Nobody' Finally Gets Released
Welcome to The Last Horror Blog, a biweekly column on all things horror.
In the pantheon of great horror-anthology TV series, Monsters sits somewhere in the middle of the pack. The syndicated show ran for three years, filling in for the departed Tales from the Darkside, which was also produced by Richard Rubinstein. Like Tales, Monsters popped into our living room each week with a… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: Get Scared on the Small Screen with These Classic Horror-Anthology Series