After purchasing the film rights to Max Brooks’ graphic novel “World War Z” and making that into a feature film starring Brad Pitt, Sony Pictures has purchased the film rights to Brooks’ next graphic novel – “Harlem Hellfighters” – about the African-American World War I-era 369th Army infantry regiment that spent the most time in […]
The Hollywood Reporter states that FX has renewed the animated comedy Archer for a sixth and seventh season, ensuring the show will be on the air through 2016 and opening the way for cable and broadcast syndication. Each new season will be 13 episodes, with a possibility of further renewals afterwards. The series is the […]
Sony PlayStation 3 video game hit “The Last of Us” is set to get the big screen treatment as Screen Gems has announced they will distribute a feature film adaptation of the video game. Creative directors from gamemaker Naughty Dog will join noted film director Sam Raimi to create the big screen version of the […]
Jeff Dunham’s ACHMED SAVES AMERICA Blu-ray & DVD Release Blu-ray & DVD Street Date: 3/18/14 Approx. Runtime: 60 Minutes From the inventive mind of Jeff Dunham comes his FIRST animated movie starring his most popular character Achmed the Dead Terrorist! Synopsis: From the inventive mind of Jeff Dunham comes the first animated movie starring the […]
Team Coco has unearthed a “lost audition reel” featuring comedic actor, DJ Qualls trying out for the part of Captain America. Chris Evans, who? If you’ve ever wanted to witness a missed casting opportunity, look no further. For more Conan clips, visit the official Team Coco website. Conan airs weeknights, 11pm/10pm Central on TBS.
Synopsis: The Cherlene Tour takes a break to perform a “Danger Zone” duet with Kenny Loggins [but not Messina] and Lana is the lucky recipient of a baby shower thrown by her friends and colleagues. Details: The episode opens with Cherlene/Cheryl/Carol practicing her music in historic Tunt Manor with Woodhouse on the drums and Archer […]
Reasonable people can disagree about whether Hayao Miyazaki’s retirement from directing feature films will stick, but I think it is impossible to walk away from The Wind Rises without a lasting impression that it was created and directed as though it were this auteur’s final project. This film of exquisite beauty is ostensibly a biopic […]
The official website of the Japanese animation studio Madhouse has posted an English statement from CEO Hiroyuki Okada about the status of a planned sequel for its 1993 action film Ninja Scroll that first came to light in 2012. In the statement Okada reveals that Ninja Scroll director, screenwriter and character designer Yoshiaki Kawajiri (Lensman, Wicked City, Demon […]