I’m flying to Los Angeles today to begin a week of network pitch meetings. If things go well, we’ll find a home for our show. Please cross your fingers for us, send us your good energy. And please, share this clip with your world. I’m very proud of what we’ve done.
That's "Achewood" creator Chris Onstad in yesterday's blog post, directing fans of the long-running webcomic to check out this animated clip based on the series.
Clocking in at just under 20 seconds, it's your first look at the "Achewood" cast in motion--doing things.
With actor Sebastian Stan heading off to work on "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," ABC has had to start the search for someone else to play the kingdom-hopping Mad Hatter in "Once Upon a Time." And apparently, they like the character so much, they're thinking about a spinoff to the fantasy soap drama, according to THR.
Cumberbatch and McAvoy are joined by Sophie Okonedo ("Hotel Rwanda"), Natalie Dormer ("The Fades," "Game of Thrones"), and David Harewood ("Homeland") in the six-part radio drama based on Neil Gaiman's 1996 fantasy miniseries.
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Want to see a horror anthology with Robert Englund, Malcolm McDowell, and John Glover? "Sanitarium," a feature by the directing trio of Bryan Ortiz, Bryan Ramirez, and Kerry Valderrama have you covered then, with their upcoming feature which is set to make its debut at the Miami International Film Festival.
"Sanitarium" is set--where else--in a mental institution featuring three stories about three patients with McDowell ("A Clockwork Orange," ask your parents about "Caligula") in the lead.
If you were hard-up for cash, and someone who looked like you with a bank account filled with $75,000 just up and killed themselves, would you take advantage? Now what if you found out that the person who looked like you was just one of any number of clones?
A month before its U.S. premiere, BBC America gives us a look at the strange case of a girl and her dead clone in thew series "Orphan Black." You can check out some new stills after the jump.
Bryan Fuller's ("Pushing Daisies") origin series for the erudite cannibal will be coming to NBC starting April 4, taking the place of the network's Jekyll and Hyde drama "Do No Harm" in the 10 PM slot. The Hollywood Reporter caught the announcement via Fuller's Twitter feed, along with a picture of the show's Hannibal Mads Mikkelsen ("Casino Royale," "Pusher 2").
What kind of circumstances could have gotten "30 Days of Night" creator Steve Niles in a room with "Godkiller" creator Matt Pizzolo and Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz, but somehow they all decided to start their own comic book company. They're calling it Black Mask Studios, and starting this spring, they'll be releasing a series of titles with a digital/trade model.
My familiarity with "Tiger & Bunny" begins and ends with last year's feature, "The Beginning," a Reader's Digest-sized version of the corporate superheroes' origin stories as they worked together to protect (and become the most popular) characters on the capes and tights set in Sternbild City. But I really, really liked what I saw, the show bringing a fresh take on the whole "cynical heroes learn to do better" concept, and the animation in the feature was terrific.
The 26-episode series has been streaming on Hulu for a while now, but if you're too lazy (like me) to navigate a couple of menus to check it out, Viz is releasing the series on Blu-ray and DVD starting next week.