Y: The Last Man movie is back to not happening

Alas, poor Yorick. It looks as if only comic book readers will ever know you well. New Line Cinema had optioned Brian K. Vaughan’s acclaimed book Y: The Last Man. But the rights have lapsed and today the movie is no closer to happening then it was 10 years ago. Dan Trachtenberg, who exploded onto more »

Lifetime releases teaser for Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B

Despite losing its original star, Zendaya, and not having the blessing of Aaliyah’s family, Lifetime’s biopic of the late R&B singer is rolling on. Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B will air November 15. It’s based on Christopher Farley’s book “” and produced by Wendy Williams herself. How you doin? Here’s the first teaser trailer: The casting more »

The Rock and Robert Ludlum: Johnson to star in “The Janson Directive”

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has announced his next starring role and, as rumored months ago, it’s an adaptation of Robert Ludlum’s novel “.” According to Collider, Johnson will star in the film, with a script written by Akiva Goldsman. Ludlum, who died in 2001, had numerous works adapted for the screen, including “The Bourne Identity” more »

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D shocks with Season 2 premiere

Spoilers included here for the Season 2 premiere of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. We’re not kidding!             After making an understandably big deal about getting Xena and Battlestar Galactica actress Lucy Lawless into the cast, the drama offed her in her first appearance. Confronted by villain Crusher Creel, mercenary Isabelle Hartley more »

The Walking Dead survivors forge uneasy alliance in latest trailer

Does anyone, and I mean anyone trust the folks at Terminus any further than you could a throw a walker? In the world of The Walking Dead, that doesn’t matter. Our favorite group of survivors will have to work with them in an effort to get Abraham to Washington. He allegedly has a cure for more »

TNT to produce a Neil Armstrong miniseries

One of the most unusual, and oft repeated, urban legends/conspiracy theories revolves around Apollo 11 and the idea that the whole entire Moon landing was faked. Citing facts and obvious evidence while alluding to Stanley Kubrick and the then-realistic F/X he used to create ’2001: A Space Odyssey,’ the accusations seemed to start around the more »

Hulu greenlights JFK series from King novel, 11/22/63

Has Hulu found its House of Cards, or at least its Transparent? The super-prestigious series that will put the streaming service on the map as a major destination for original content? That may be the case, with the news Monday that Hulu has placed a direct-to-series order for , an original series based on the more »

Deadpool movie coming in 2016, Internet near implosion

It would be easy to understand if Ryan Reynolds never went near another comic book movie again. Blade: Trinity? Green Lantern? “R.I.P.D,” for Pete’s sake! Deadpool, Marvel Comics’ fourth-wall breaking mutant mercenary, seemed like the character Reynolds was born to play. Then X-Men Origins: Wolverine released. It left me questioning my love of Deadpool, Wolverine more »

It’s official: “Supergirl’ series headed to CBS

The superhero surge has hit CBS, as it has given a series commitment to Warner Bros’ Supergirl pilot. Arrow executive producer Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler (New Normal) will join Sarah Schechter to executive produce. Arrow has done very well for CW, and early word on Flash is positive. CBS seems confident Berlanti can hit more »

Choose your own NPH: Trailer for Neil Patrick Harris’ book

You may have heard Neil Patrick Harris has an autobiography coming out, and you may have also heard that it will take the form of a choose-your-own-adventure book. Now, the former Doogie Howswer and Barney Stinson has released a “trailer” for the book, one that in less than three minutes touches on many of the things more »

New Hunger Games: Mockingjay trailer gives a two-minute glimpse of fall blockbuster

The Mockingjay lives, and she is about to tear some stuff up. The latest trailer offers up nearly two minutes of dystopian society goodness. In Part I of Mockingjay, Katniss reluctantly leads the people of District 13 in open rebellion against the Capitol. While Katniss is the symbol for the rebellion, the Capitol has its more »

Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass coming home to ‘Bourne’ franchise

Director Paul Greengrass had previously stated he was done with the Bourne franchise. He believed there was no place for the character to go after he regained his memory. Universal respectfully disagrees, and according to Deadline is finishing deals to bring both Greengrass and Matt Damon back for a third film. The actor has always more »