Archive for April 15, 2011
[Warning: mild Castle season 3 spoilers below]
Season 3 of well-read murder mystery show Castle is drawing to a close, and executive producer Andrew W. Marlowe is teasing fans with new info on the finale.
In an interview yesterday, Marlowe spoke on the various stories and arcs coming to a head in the final episodes of the season. Chief among them in the minds of fans is easily the relationship between playboy writer Castle (Nathan Fillion) and NYPD detective Beckett (Stana Katic).
But those waiting (and waiting, and waiting…) for the starring pair to couple-up will have to wait until next season – at least. Marlowe acknowledged that there’s very little stopping the characters from finally beginning an intimate relationship, but that the writers intend to throw up a roadblock:
I don’t think the audience ...
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While our readers are already discussing director Wes Craven’s latest Scream installment in the comments section of our Scream 4 review, this is the place where you can discuss spoilers about the movie without worrying about ruining it for people who haven’t seen it yet.
If you’re not ready to be spoiled for Scream 4 but are looking for a Scream 1-3 refresher course make sure to check out our Scream Trilogy Primer for a summary of the original films.
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Screen Rant’s Ben Kendrick reviews Scream 4
Back in 1996, famed scary-movie director Wes Craven teamed with writer Kevin Williamson on a film project that didn’t just introduce the world to a new iconic slasher personality (in the form of Ghostface), the pair succeeded in making a genre film that took every horror trope imaginable – and turned it on its head.
Scream, as well as its subsequent sequels, were love-letters to horror film fans with plenty of meta-references including Stab, the film series within a film series, as well as the notorious “rules for survival” that served as tongue-in-cheek winks at the genre -- while also serving as an ironclad set of guidelines for each film to work around.
Number one: you can never have sex, number two: you can never drink or ...
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Last week at WonderCon Summit Entertainment screened a sneak peek of their upcoming action adventure The Three Musketeers.
In addition to the footage that was presented, Summit offered select press interviews with Logan Lerman (Percy Jackson, 3:10 to Yuma) who plays D’Artagnan in the film.
Lerman found the experience of portraying “one of the most iconic characters in literature” to be an incredible one.
The young actor embraced the opportunity to be a part of the retelling of one of his grandfather’s most beloved tales. When asked how his interpretation would differ from the previous depictions of D’Artagnan, Lerman replied:
“It’s much more badass. We definitely wanted to up the action, and give it a cooler spin. A well deserved cooler spin. This is nothing that anyone’s going to expect ...
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HBO’s Game of Thrones is one of the most highly-anticipated television events of the year. And rightly so: the series has been in production for over four years, and has a built-in audience of millions who’ve read George R. R. Martin’s novels. Does the debut of the epic fantasy series live up to the hype?
The first episode of Game of Thrones introduces us to four separate settings within the fantasy world of Westeros: The Wall, a man-made northern barrier constructed out of solid ice; Winterfell, home of Lord Stark and his family; King’s Landing, the southern capital where King Baratheon reigns; and Pentos, a city on the neighboring continent of Essos. As if you couldn’t tell, there’s a lot to digest in just an hour.
The series opens with a scouting party ...
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