Archive for February 14, 2018
Kathy Bates’ Netflix show Disjointed has been canceled after just one season. The series from Two and a Half Men producer Chuck Lorre received overall poor reviews, as reflected by its 23 percent Rotten Tomatoes score. The show did somewhat better with audiences however, scoring 80 percent on the review aggregator.
Debuting in summer of 2017, Disjointed starred Oscar-winner Bates as a long-time marijuana advocate taking advantage of legalization by opening her own dispensary. Bates made her endeavors a family affair, hiring her son (Aaron Moten) to also work at the shop. The comedy also starred Elizabeth Alderfer, Tone Bell, Elizabeth Ho, Dougie Baldwin, Chris Redd and Betsy Sodaro. Netflix originally ordered 20 episodes ...
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Fans who enjoyed Matt Ryan as Constantine on Legends of Tomorrow have reason to mark their calendars, because the actor and character will be back in season 3.
Ryan’s Constantine has been through a wild ride in the Arrowverse. He first appeared as the character in the ill-fated NBC series, Constantine. Yet Ryan reprised his role in Arrow season 4 when he helped bring Sara Lance back from the dead. This, retroactively, made Constantine apart of the Arrowverse. Something that was 100 percent confirmed by a reference to Astra in Ryan’s appearance on the Legends of Tomorrow midseason premiere, “Daddy Darhkest.” Legends of Tomorrow will continue to add even more lore ...
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CBS films have locked in the three leads for its female-centric horror film Hellfest, which comes from the prolific producer Gale Anne Hurd (The Walking Dead). The film is one of several genre offerings to hit theaters in the run-up to Halloween 2018, and has been in development for at least seven years. CBS films are hopeful that it may lead to a franchise if successful.
Hellfest was originally announced in 2011, with Neil Marshall attached to direct it. That deal eventually fell through, with Jennifer Lynch (American Horror Story) announced as his replacement. She also left the project and Blumhouse regular Gregory Plotkin (Paranormal Activity: The ... The post Walking Dead Producer’s Horror Film Hellfest Locks Down Cast appeared first on Screen Rant.
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