Archive for July 11, 2017
Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba’s graphic novel series Umbrella Academy is being adapted into a TV series for Netflix slated for 2018. Though a previous report stated the series was being considered for development by Netflix, it is now confirmed that the streaming service has given the upcoming show a 10-episode straight-to-series order with Steve Blackman (Fargo, Altered Carbon) serving as showrunner and executive producer alongside Bluegrass Television, Mike Richardson and Keith Goldberg from Dark Horse Entertainment. Way will co-executive produce with the pilot script adapted from the comic book series by Jeremy Slater, known for his work on FOX’s
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One Gotham actor said he would love for the TV show’s cast to star in a live-action Batman movie of their own. When accepting their roles on Gotham, the cast was likely very aware of the fact that they had various sets of shoes to fill from past portrayals on either the big or small screen. Nearly every major Gotham character has been brought to life in a prior Batman film or TV show, in some cases by more than one actor. It’s likely that when the series first began, cast members had visions of great past actors like Gary Oldman, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Frank Gorshin ...
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She spent a decade of her life playing everyone’s favorite precocious witch, Hermione Granger, in Harry Potter. Now Emma Watson is taking on a wider range of roles, from a diverse array of characters in films of varying genres to getting involved in fashion and politics. She has even become one of the most influential people alive through her charity work. Recently she has joined the Disney team and helped Beauty and the Beast surpass $1 billion at the worldwide box office.
With no danger of being typecast in sight, Emma Watson has made a name for herself ...
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Fantastic Beasts 2 has just started filming, ready for release in November, 2018. With a screenplay once again penned by J.K. Rowling, Fantastic Beasts 2 will follow on from the successful return to her wizarding world that we saw in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
With the continuation of the Fantastic Beasts moniker (the movie’s subtitle has yet to be revealed, if it has one) you could be forgiven for thinking the second of this five-movie arc will focus on Newt Scamander and his magical creatures once again, but in fact, the plot takes us into a much darker era altogether. Here’s everything we know ...
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