Visually astounding, but narratively sloppy and tiresome, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark in no way improves upon its creepy source material.
At a long, glass conference table I sit across from Debbie Spence conversing with her about the surging film scene in Hamilton; a scene that has been in full vigor for quite some time.
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.