Tag: TV news
A spinoff film to the popular Syfy Channel series Battlestar Galactica has been in the planning stages for two years. Now the planned film Blood & Chrome is finally debuting but in very unspectacular fashion as a web series on Youtube.
A television version of the popular1980s film franchise Beverly Hills Cop, which starred Eddie Murphy, is coming to CBS. Murphy will appear on the show,reprising the role of Axel Foley, which made him a star.
Peter Davison was the star of the series Dr. Who during its 20th anniversary. Now, as the 50th anniversary approaches, Peter Davison was at NY Comic-Con to talk about it.
The seventh New York Comic-Con and Anime Convention took place over the past weekend, (Oct. 11th-14th) giving fans of comic books, films, TV, video games, books and anime a full weekend of events. There was something there to entertain even the most hard-to-please fan.
We've got boots on the ground in the New York Comic-Con and are ready to bring you the latest, which tonight came in the form of the surprise announcement from Marvel that Clark Gregg (the much beloved Agent Coulson from the Marvel films) will be making a return! He's set to be a key element in the upcoming TV series S.H.I.E.L.D.
Chris Carter made a name for himself when he brought the X-Files to TV, starting the trend of paranormal investigation shows. Carter has been missing from the TV scene for a while but now he's got an idea which is both new and old.
We caught word a little while ago that another LEGO Star Wars special was coming to Cartoon Network in the same vein as their last special, The Padawan Menace, and now we've got confirmation (and a trailer) for when you can catch it.
Next month sees the return of Star Wars The Clone Wars to Cartoon Network in it's fifth season, and fans are about as giddy as can be (myself included). This latest trailer however is pretty spectacular and jaw-dropping at moments. Seriously, I got chills watching it.
One of the exciting pieces of information that came along with the announcement that Joss Whedon was returning to direct The Avengers 2, was that he was also in charge of bringing a television series set in the same cinematic universe onto the small screen. Now fans are finally getting some more information about the show as ABC confirms they've greenlighted a pilot, which Whedon may direct!
Walter White sees a business opportuinty and he takes it in a brand new trailer for Season 5 of Breaking Bad.