On tonight’s midseason premiere of AMC’s zombie show The Walking Dead our band of post-apocalyptic survivors continued to mourn their beloved Sophia. Who is this girl, the Kim Jong-il of zombiefied tykes? In fairness, while it’s been many a week since we last saw Rick and crew, no time at all has passed for them. Moreover… Continue reading ‘Walking Dead’ writer Robert Kirkman talks about tonight’s show ‘Nebraska’ and previews the rest of the season: ‘Things just keep getting worse from here’
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Percept Pictures, in association with Quintessential Studios, is all set to launch its new upcoming animation movie ‘Hanuman 3’. After the successful release of two films and recent television series – New… Continue reading Percept Pictures ropes in Ruchi Narain as the writer & director of ‘Hanuman 3′
Update: That didn’t take long. TWC and Relativity Media have brought in relative newcomer Jesse Wigutow (It Runs in the Family) to write the script, while Spanish director F. Javier Gutierez (Before the Fall) will take the helm.
The idea of remaking The Crow has been kicking around Hollywood for awhile now, but the project has hit one snag after another. Rotating directors and stars were… Continue reading Update: 'The Crow' Remake Already Moving Forward Post-Lawsuit, Hires New Writer and Director
The last time we spoke with Walking Dead executive producer Robert Kirkman he suggested fans might be “a little shocked” by tonight’s midseason finale, ‘Pretty Much Dead Already.’ The show very much proved he is a man of his word.
The good news was that the survivors finally found their precious Sophia (Madison Lintz). The bad? Their precious Sophia… Continue reading ‘Walking Dead’ writer Robert Kirkman talks midseason finale shocker
The most recent episode of AMC’s zombie show The Walking Dead was notable for the unexpected appearance by a legendary, terrifying beast whose regular diet probably includes recently slain, uncooked woodland creatures .
I refer, of course, not to the mythical, sheep-devouring chupacabra, after which the show was named, but actor Michael Rooker’s even more frightening, racist redneck… Continue reading ‘The Walking Dead’: Writer Robert Kirkman talks about tonight’s episode, ‘Chupacabra’