ABC Family has picked up their summer sci-fi series Stitchers for a second season. It’s currently ranked as the #1 show in its timeslot among 18-34 year olds. Stitchers debuted to 1.2 million viewers following an episode of Pretty Little … Continue reading ABC Family Renews ‘Stitchers’
Hot on the heels of the three season pickup of South Park, Comedy Central has announced a two-season pickup of Workaholics, the live action comedy starring Adam DeVine, Blake Anderson, and Anders Holm. That will keep Workaholics going through Season … Continue reading ‘Workaholics’ Gets Two More At Comedy
Lifetime has decided not to move forward with a second season of the Lizzie Borden Chronicles. Lifetime has had a rough time launching new series, cancelling Witches Of East End after two seasons, and last season’s entry The Lottery. Meanwhile … Continue reading Lifetime Axes ‘Lizzie Borden’, USA Early Renews ‘Mr Robot’
Alicia Vikander, who just had a star making turn in Ex Machina, will continue her rise to stardom next summer in the next Bourne sequel, opposite Matt Damon. Paul Greengrass is set to direct, and Julia Stiles is also returning … Continue reading Alicia Vikander Signs To ‘Bourne 4’
Once Upon A Time upped recurring castmembers Rebecca Mader and Sean Maguire to series regulars beginning in the upcoming fifth season. Both have recurred since Season 3. Maguire joined the series after replacing Tom Ellis, who briefly appeared as Robin … Continue reading ‘Once’ Ups Two, ‘Daredevil’ Adds One Punisher
In a move that only surprised an 87 year old man in the deepest regions of Nepal, Pitch Perfect 3 is happening. There’s no news on the cast, or the director, so it could turn into a Step Up or … Continue reading ‘Pitch Perfect 3’ Greenlit, Duh
The big movie news of the day has to be that Robert Rodriguez, the mastermind behind such diverse titles as Spy Kids and Desperado, has decided to adapt the cartoon Jonny Quest for the big screen. He’s also set to … Continue reading Robert Rodriguez To Direct ‘Jonny Quest’
Netflix has picked up a fourth season of its hit Emmy winning drama House Of Cards. The Kevin Spacey drama continues to be a buzzworthy event every time it drops its new batch of episodes, so it’s not really surprising. … Continue reading Netflix Renews ‘House Of Cards’, Announces ‘Montauk’, Considers ‘Fuller House’
Marvel announced today that Chadwick Boseman has signed on to play Black Panther in at least 5 upcoming Marvel films, starting with Captain America 3 in 2016. In the same announcement, they unveiled their nine film Phase 3 slate, including … Continue reading Chadwick Boseman Is ‘Black Panther’
I looked at the sad, sad list of titles coming to Netflix in November. Here are 10 films worth checking out: 1) Addams Family Values- Is it possible that this is better than the first Addams movie? Yes. Definitely. This … Continue reading Netflix In November: 10 Worth Watching
Man, that’s big news. It looks like Robert Downey Jr is set to appear in Captain America 3 as Iron Man/Tony Stark. Whether or not he’s starring in the film versus just “appearing” is yet to be seen. Cap saw … Continue reading Iron Man To Appear In ‘Captain America 3’?
Sept 1st: Californication, Seasons 1-7 Sept 1st- Cool Runnings Sept 1st- A Simple Plan Sept 1st- Crocodile Dundee Sept 1st- Detention Sept 1st- Flubber Sept 1st- Girl Rising Sept 1st- Girlfight Sept 1st- Good Morning Vietnam Sept 1st- Guess Who … Continue reading New To Netflix For September
Lionsgate has slated ‘Power Rangers’ for July 22nd, 2016. The reboot comes from producer Roberto Orci, and is dropping the Mighty Morphin part of the title. Are they looking for a darker reboot, ala the recent Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? … Continue reading Lionsgate Slates ‘Power Rangers’ Reboot For Summer 2016
Get It? GREEN Light? Cause they’re turtles? Nickelodeon Movies has announced the Ninja Turtles will return, with Michael Bay producing, on June 3rd, 2016 (so you won’t even have to wait a full two years). Ninja Turtles just won the … Continue reading ‘Ninja Turtles’ Sequel Gets GREENLight
Eli Roth’s next horror pic The Green Inferno was scheduled to open in a few weeks. The film actually has a solid rotten tomatoes score (77%), and marks Roth’s first feature directorial effort in six years. So, why then, is … Continue reading Uh Oh. No ‘Green Inferno’?