The Jim Henson Company has a number of beloved franchises tucked away for safekeeping, like “Fraggle Rock,” “The Dark Crystal,” and “Labyrinth.” Fans of the latter are especially obsessive; there’s manga, extensive theories about the characters and universe, cosplay, tattoos, and more dedicated to the weird ’80s tale. Obviously, any mention of “Labyrinth” would not slip past us, any more than Sir Didymus… Continue reading Is There Finally a 'Labyrinth' Sequel in the Works?
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Earlier today Movies.com had the great privilege of sitting down with William Friedkin and picking his brain for an hour straight. Suffice to say, the director of The Exorcist, The French Connection and many others gave us a ton to think about. We’ll be posting more of our interview with him next week, but today we wanted to share one particular part of the… Continue reading William Friedkin Tells Us 'Killer Joe' and 'To Live and Die in L.A.' TV Shows Are in the Works
At the showrunners panel at WonderCon 2014, Rockne O’Bannon (“Warehouse 13,” “Defiance”) confirmed that “Farscape,” which he launched on Syfy back in 1999, may soon be returning to the screen.
According to Spoiler TV, the movie is a ways off from filming, but O’Bannon says that the wheels are turning. “Yeah, it’s the worst kept secret … We’re far from production, but yeah, the first… Continue reading WonderCon 2014: 'Farscape' movie officially in the works
School is back in session for Columbia Pictures, which just announced it’s green-lit a sequel to the 2011 hit “Bad Teacher.”
Though there’s currently no deal in place with original star Cameron Diaz, director Jake Kasdan is back on board for the follow-up, as are Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky, who wrote the first film and will produce this next one alongside Kasdan. The raucous… Continue reading 'Bad Teacher' Sequel in the Works: Will Cameron Diaz Star?
Just what we all need: More reuns of Three’s Company!
Garth Ancier, the founding programmer of Fox and The WB, is pitching pay-TV operators about carrying four channels that will only air shows from the ’60s, ’70s, ’80s and ’90s.
Variety reports that Ancier’s newly formed Zeus Media Partners hopes to launch retro channels in the second quarter of 2014… Continue reading Cable nets featuring more retro TV in works