Hannibal Season 2 – Just a Dream?

By: Cynthia Ayala

I’m a huge fan of Red Dragon, Silence of the Lambs and Hannibal. Even Hannibal Rising has a great premise coupled with a thought out cast. Therefore, when I first heard that NBC was going to be turning the one of the most iconic film series into a TV Series, I was thrilled. Thomas Harris, the creator of Hannibal Lector, build up one of the most iconic characters out there, and the show’s writers, creators and actors. However, this last season, while it started out well, rather took a nosedive.
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Continue Producing NBC Dracula Petition

‘Dracula’ Fans Going to Petition NBC for Season 2 Fans of the “Dracula” series are concerned that NBC still has not given a go ahead for a second season. Fearing that their most loved show on TV may never return, fans have decided to petition NBC for a second season. Sign here: http://dracula.extremecelebrity.net/imza/FTP/index.php Continue reading Continue Producing NBC Dracula Petition

Aquaman movie in the works?

By: Cynthia A. So there has been many rumors about the King of Atlantis getting his own movie, especially after the success of the Batman Trilogy and Man of Steel and Warner Bros and Disney planon milking the superhero franchise for all it’s worth as they continue to compete against Marvel Studios which is rocking the film franchise right now.  But is a Aquaman movie … Continue reading Aquaman movie in the works?

Star Wars: Episode VII Offering Role To Jonathan Rhys Meyers?

By: Katey Rich Now that Star Trek Into Darkness is out in the world and racking up cash, it’s safe to turn our attention to where director J.J. Abrams will boldly go next, which is of course Star Wars: Episode VII. The amount of actual confirmed information is vastly outweighed by endless rumors, and now we’ve got another unconfirmed report to add to the pile. The scoopsters atLatino Review, … Continue reading Star Wars: Episode VII Offering Role To Jonathan Rhys Meyers?

Jon Favreau To Return To His Indie Roots With Chef

By:  Eric Eisenberg Jon Favreau‘s directing career has largely been focused on big summer blockbusters over the last few years, directing both the first two Iron Man movies as well as Cowboys and Aliens. But after mixed success in that field, it looks as though he’s ready to get back to his independent roots. Variety has learned that Favreau is now in talks with financiers to write, direct and star … Continue reading Jon Favreau To Return To His Indie Roots With Chef

Abbie Cornish Reunites With Colin Farrell For Psychic Thriller Solace

By: Sean O’Connell Two Rabbits director Alfonso Poyart continues to bolster the cast for his psychological thrillerSolace. After casting leading men Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Colin Farrell, we now know the actress who’ll be acting alongside them, and it’s a familiar face from Farrell’s Seven Psychopaths days. Bloody Disgusting says that Abbie Cornish has been cast in Solace, which is expected to begin filming in May. The site even has a plot synopsis … Continue reading Abbie Cornish Reunites With Colin Farrell For Psychic Thriller Solace

Jay Park to Host “Saturday Night Live Korea” This Week

By: thunderstix Jay Park has been selected as the next host for the popular live comedy show, “Saturday Night Live Korea (SNL Korea).” According to local reports, Jay Park will host the December 1 show of “SNL Korea,” and show off his many skills in stand-up comedy and acting. In particular, it’s being reported that he’s ready to shed his “idol image” for a more … Continue reading Jay Park to Host “Saturday Night Live Korea” This Week

Lost’s Ken Leung Added To NBC’s Infamous

By: Leslie Kasperowicz Another name has been added to the cast of NBC’s midseason drama Infamous. This time it’s former Lost actor Ken Leung, who has been cast in a recurring role for the “opulent soap” that focuses on a family with secrets and the undercover detective determined to uncover them for personal reasons. Leung, who is currently recurring on Person of Interest over at … Continue reading Lost’s Ken Leung Added To NBC’s Infamous

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The 10th Kingdom Sequel: The House of Wolves

I know I keep harping on all these sequels that I want.  But can you really blame me, I mean there is a reason I love these movies/mini-series.  I mean the likelihood that someone is going to read this and say “hey this is a great idea” is slim to none, I admit that.  But there is always that hope that someone will read this … Continue reading The 10th Kingdom Sequel: The House of Wolves