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Fox Turns To Lucifer

by Alex Beanon September 17, 2014
Fox continues to delve into the comic book universe with an order for a pilot episode based on the Vertigo comic “Lucifer” about the lord from hell becoming bored with his underworld realm and opening a piano bar in Los Angeles. “Lucifer” is expected to have its pilot episode debut in 2015. Source: Variety

South Park Season 17 Blu-ray And DVD Releases Today

by Alex Beanon September 16, 2014
Now that everybody knows how many times they have officially killed Kenny [97], the release of the 17th season of “South Park” on Blu-ray and DVD can proceed in an orderly fashion without much controversy – or at least roughly the same amount of controversy that a season of “South Park” usually generates. Actually, Season […]


The Flash Resurrects Dr. Tina McGee

by Alex Beanon September 15, 2014
For the new version of “The Flash”, the CW network has decided to bring back Amanda Pays – the actress who played Dr. Tina McGee on the original television series that ran for one season in 1990-91 on CBS. Pays, however, will not play her original role, but rather that of a geneticist in a […]

Oh My God! They Killed Kenny 97 Times!

by Alex Beanon September 15, 2014
It’s official. After numerous times of killing Kenny during “South Park” episodes over the year, the official tally from the official South Park Blog is that poor Kenny has been killed a grand total of 97 times – not counting Rob Schneider as Kenny – with the possibility that they will hit the magical 100 […]


Amazon Gives The Kicks Some Space

by Alex Beanon September 15, 2014
Amazon Studios has awarded a pilot episode for “The Kicks” a children’s book series by USA women’s soccer standout Alex Morgan about a seventh grade soccer star named Devin who must endure a cross country move and all the resulting tween angst drama that comes with it. The pilot episode for “The Kicks” is expected […]

The Weatherman And The Shadowboxer Wins TIFF Award

by Alex Beanon September 15, 2014
The 10-minute digitally animated Canadian short “The Weatherman and the Shadowboxer” was the recipient of the 2014 Best Canadian Short Film award at the Toronto International Film Festival. Created by Toronto-based Randall Okita, the short depicts the story of two brothers who have different versions of a shared fateful event in their past. The Best […]


Track List Revealed For Just Dance 2015

by Alex Beanon September 15, 2014
The full track list for the upcoming “Just Dance 2015” has been unveiled and it includes many predictable favorites from popular musical artists Iggy Azalea, Pharrell Williams and Katy Perry. “Just Dance 2015” is currently scheduled to be released on October 21, 2014. Source: Game Zone

Mermaids On Mars Coming To Earth

by Alex Beanon September 15, 2014
A new animated, stop-motion short entitled “Mermaids on Mars” is slated to arrive on Earth next year. The 20-minute effort from California-based Athena Studios, is based on the book of the same title from author Nancy Guettier, and has a boy named Julian traveling to Mars and discovering mermaids living there. “Mermaids on Mars” is […]


Microsoft Purchases Minecraft For $2.5 Billion

by Alex Beanon September 15, 2014
Microsoft has been rumored to be mulling over purchasing Mojang, the Swedish company which produces the popular video game, Minecraft, and they finally made it official and opened their wallet – to the tune of $2.5 billion – in buying Mojang and Minecraft. Microsoft has said they intend to make the game available not only […]

Grand Theft Auto Comes To Next-Gen Consoles In November

by Alex Beanon September 15, 2014
Rockstar Games’ “Grand Theft Auto V” will be coming to next-generation consoles [Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One] in November. GTA V released last year for PS3 and Xbox 360 and the new next-gen version will have new weapons and vehicles along with additional wildlife, denser traffic, a new foliage system, enhanced damage and […]