CBS has released the first trailer for their 13-week adaptation of the small town sci-fi thriller "Under the Dome." And yep, those are definitely some characters in a small town trapped under a dome, so as far as it goes, writer Brian K. Vaughan is staying true-ish to Stephen King's utterly terrible novel.
Still, the writer behind "Y: The Last Man" has surely figured out more interesting story beats than "teen randomly goes crazy, starts filling a cabinet with women" or "meth-addicted religious fanatic makes friend, has very little bearing on the rest of the plot."
Bloody Disgusting got the chance to debut the first teaser poster for "[REC] 4: Apocalypse," the final chapter in Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza's first-person not-quite-zombie series. The poster's fine, putting Angela (Manuela Velasco) front and center, now possessed by the demonic entity which is responsible for the rapidly-spreading plague of the flesh-eating possessed.
The question is, after the stellar second entry, 2009's "[REC] 2," and the lackluster detour into horror comedy with "[REC] 3" (and a solo directorial effort by series co-creator Plaza; Balagueró is directing "Apocalypse" on his own), can the "[REC] 4" bring a fitting end to the series?
In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings, NBC makes trims around the fourth episode of the serial killer series "Hannibal", excising a storyline involving brainwashed children and putting the leftovers on the web.
Want to see a high school boy be dragged into a web of blackmail, manipulation, and eeeevil? Then you might want to check out the animated psychological drama "Flowers of Evil," based on the manga from Shuzo Oshimi out later this year from Sentai Filmworks.
Deadline reports that "The Matrix" and "Lethal Weapon" producer Joel Silver is on board to remake 1985's sexy Frankenstein tale for pent-up teens, "Weird Science." And with the writer he's got attached, I think I could see myself getting into it.
During CinemaCon, Disney confirmed that they're not too worried about "Star Wars" overload among the faithful with a planned new feature release every summer following "Episode VII" in 2015. The J.J. Abrams-directed film will launch an alternating year strategy of sequels followed by standalone movies.