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With Dark Horse's take on George Lucas' rough draft "Star Wars" making its debut in September, the publisher cut a trailer showing off some of the odd takes on the characters we've known and loved for the past 35-plus years.
The trailer for the Netflix-exclusive fourth season of "Arrested Development" runs through some familiar plot threads from the beloved ratings-challenged FOX series a little under two weeks before its May 26 premiere.
According to Warner Bros., the DC Comics-based animated series, "Teen Titans Go!" cleaned up as the #1 kids program of April 23 on basic cable among boys aged 2-11, 6-11, 9-14, as well as with teenaged boys.
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.
Fans of George R. R. Martin's "A Storm of Swords" have wondered how HBO will be able to adapt the first half of the novel into the third season of HBO's "Game of Thrones." The answer, apparently, is put more dragons in it--at least based on the latest trailer for the March premiere.
Can Tyrion wrest control away from his increasingly mad nephew? Will the Starks get their vengeance upon the Lannisters? Are we going to see actual dragon fire?
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.