Upfront week in Toronto is all about television, as the Canadian networks announce the shows that will debut in the fall. It's a busy week with interviews, press conferences, and what most people look forward to especially: big parties.
Lazy Sunday News is back for 2011 and this week I look at the possible Ghostbusters 3 and Hellboy 3 sequels, those oh-so-lame People's Choice Awards, a possible Wonder Woman television series that may be coming soon, and a look ahead at Justin Bieber and Glee.
A weekly round-up of news stories on the comings and goings of the entertainment world. This week: Is the X-Files getting a reboot for 2012? Will you watch Scrubs with three new cast members and no Zach Braff? And a little more news rolls in for The Hobbit.
A weekly round-up of news stories on the comings and goings of the entertainment world. This week: The Hobbit starts to take shape, Paula Abdul might not be invited back to American Idol, and Futurama will return next year, but with a whole new cast of voices.
New on DVD and Blu-ray, Hellboy returns to the streets of Manhattan, trying to keep one psycho elf from destroying humanity. While over in George Lucas' ever-expanding sequel reality, Star Wars: The Clone Wars takes the universe in an animated direction, sending Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi off for another adventure aimed at selling more toys and a TV series.
Join star Brendan Fraser on a 3D Journey to the Center of the Earth, while Guillermo del Toro reinvigorates his kitten-loving hero in Hellboy II: The Golden Army. Other new arrivals at movie theatres this week include Eddie Murphy's laughable, but odd Meet Dave, and Indie comedy The Wackness.