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Déjà Vu – It’s Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. On Thursday Too

by Alex Beanon September 25, 2013
The debut of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was so nice that ABC has decided they will play it twice. The pilot episode of MAoS debuted on Tuesday and the ratings numbers were so captivating that ABC got greedy and decided to boot a rerun of “Shark Tank” originally scheduled for Thursday and replace it with […]

World May Get Warcraft With Farrell And Patton

by Alex Beanon September 23, 2013
“Warcraft” – the newest feature film based on a video game – may have Colin Farrell and Paula Patton in the lead roles. Farrell has been offered a lead role but has not yet decided [50/50] to accept while Patton [otherwise known as the wife of Robin Thicke] is interested and negotiating for a lead […]

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SyFy Signs Singer For New Creature Feature

by Alex Beanon September 23, 2013
It is not exactly the next “Sharknado” but it does have a creature in it and it is based in a town bordering the Pacific Ocean. SyFy – the cable network responsible for the “Sharknado” craze this summer – has signed director Bryan Singer [“X-Men”] to produce a 90-minute drama pilot called “Creature at Bay”. […]
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Hecht Goes From Nick To News

by Alex Beanon September 19, 2013
You may not have heard of Albie Hecht, but you have heard of some of his creations. Hecht was formerly the president of the Nickelodeon network and it was under his leadership in the 90s that “Blue’s Clues”, “Dora the Explorer” and “SpongeBob SquarePants” as well as many others became popular and thrived, initiating the […]

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Dinosaurs Coming To Earth In Two Years

by Alex Beanon September 19, 2013
Now that Disney has cleared a little room in summer 2015 by shipping out the newest “Pirates of the Caribbean” sequel to 2016, the dinosaurs are moving in. “Jurassic World”, the Steven Spielberg-produced fourth installment in the revived big lizard franchise is set to be released two summers from now – where it will engage […]
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Disney Moves Pirates To 2016

by Alex Beanon September 19, 2013
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum! Jack Sparrow will have at least another year of rum all to himself and any wenches he chooses as Disney has elected to move the newest “Pirates of the Caribbean” sequel – the fifth in the franchise – to a new release date in 2016. “Pirates of […]

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Disney Moves "Maleficent" Closer, But "Dinosaur" And "Dory" Farther Away

by Alex Beanon September 19, 2013
With the possibility of trying to lure people into the cinema during 2014 World Cup in Brazil and competing against sequels from entrenched franchises Transformers and Fast & Furious, Disney has decided instead to move Maleficent – its film about the villain from Sleeping Beauty and starring Angelina Jolie – back to a May 30, […]
THE HUB NETWORK HALLOWEEN BASH

The Hub Halloween Costume Bash

by Alex Beanon September 10, 2013
Break out your best dark eyeliner, spider webs or zombie paste cream because the Hub network will be hosting their first-ever Halloween Bash. The two-hour special will be hosted by Kenan Thompson [“Saturday Night Live”], who will be joined by style maven Martha Stewart and a panel of celebrity judges who will determine the best […]

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Max Steel Lives…In 2014

by Alex Beanon September 10, 2013
The teen alien superhero Max Steel has been given the green light for a live-action feature film release next year. Taylor Lautner [“Twilight”] will star in the title role as teenager Maxwell McGrath who teams up with his alien pal Steel to combat baddies. Nine animated movie versions of the “Max Steel” franchise have been […]
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Jerry Russell, Actor, 1936 - 2013

by Ed Liuon September 5, 2013
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that veteran actor Jerry Russell passed away on Thursday, September 5, 2013, at the age of 77 after complications from abdominal surgery. Russell founded the Stage West theater company in 1978, which became one of four theater groups that set the tone for Fort Worth’s theater scene. In addition to […]