The Handmaid’s Tale star Elisabeth Moss has joined the cast of The Kitchen, an adaptation of the Vertigo comic book about mob wives taking over the business. Tiffany Haddish was first to sign on for the New Line feature, followed later by Melissa McCarthy. Andrea Berloff (Straight Outta Compton) will write the script and also direct, marking her feature film helming debut.
Published by Vertigo, a DC imprint devoted to more adult fare, The Kitchen takes place in the world of Irish mobsters in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen circa 1970. After the gang’s leaders are locked up, their wives must take over running the rackets ...
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Jayne Atkinson is teasing her role as The Walking Dead‘s mysterious new character, Georgie, who debuted in Sunday night’s episode. Georgie is a member of an unknown community who offered Maggie (Lauren Cohan) “the key to the future“.
While Rick (Andrew Lincoln) battled it out with Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), Maggie and Michonne (Danai Gurira) met an old woman named Georgie who wanted to trade food and vinyl records for knowledge. Maggie was reluctant at first, but was convinced by Michonne to make the deal. Georgie ended up giving them even more than they bargained for, but promised she would return at some point in the future.
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Charmed first introduced television viewers to the power of the three way back in 1998, when The WB still existed and Shannen Doherty was a megastar. The series starred Doherty, along with Holly Marie Combs and Alyssa Milano as the Halliwell sisters, three witches with extraordinary magical powers. Their goal: fight the darkness while concealing their true nature to the mortal world.
The series quickly became a hit for The WB and gained a cult-like following, even after the departure of Doherty. Writers brought in a Halliwell half-sister, Paige, as portrayed by Rose McGowan. The series remained a hit until its cancellation in 2006.
Television viewers could not get ...
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Warner Bros. Pictures is hard at work on several DC Comics-based movies, both in live-action and animation. While the vast majority of live-action DC films remain part of the ongoing DC Extended Universe (DCEU), which launched with Zack Snyder’s Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice in 2016 (a follow-up to 2013’s Man of Steel), a handful of upcoming DC films are going to be standalone. Those are going to release as part of WB’s currently-untitled banner that resembles DC Comics’ Elseworlds stories.
IT producer Walter Hamada will be overseeing DC Films alongside Chantal Nong as VP of DC production, and their purview extends to all corners of the DC Universe on the big ...
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A special episode of Seth MacFarlane’s Family Guy finally dismissed the long-held theory that Stewie Griffin is gay.
The hit show has aired since 1999, focussing on the dysfunctional Griffin family in the adult cartoon. The March 18 episode ‘Send in Stewie Please’, featured a cameo by Sir Ian McKellen and was a Stewie-centric edition. After executive producer Rich Appel promised he would reveal Stewie’s sexual orientation, the two-character episode featured only MacFarlane as Stewie and McKellen as his therapist Dr. Cornelius Pritchfield. Pritchfield’s couch revealed that Stewie is in fact fluid with his sexuality, rather than declaring himself strictly homosexual.
Speaking to TVLine, writer Gary Janetti explained his reasoning behind the decision to not make it as simple as Stewie being gay:
“Stewie’s awareness of his sexuality is this uncertain thing, and that needs to stay as it is. ...
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