Did you know DC Comics relaunched its entire line of superhero comics in August? If not, a Washington, D.C. Fox network affiliate has the scoop for you! Don't get too excited, though, because BAM! POW! These comics don't seem to be for kids anymore! In a news report titled "Relaunched Comics Using Sex and Violence To Sell," Sherri Ly points out, "Graphic violence and sex, that's what you'll find in the pages of D
It was just last month that we told you about Boston Brand aka Deadman's possible possession of The CW Network, but it seems yet another supernatural DC Comics character may be haunting your televisions in the not too distant future: The Spectre. The project is at Fox and is being written by Brandon Camp of John Doe. Gran Torino's Bill Gerber will pro
Only eight years too late, 20th Century Fox Television has teamed up with filmmakers Jared Hess and Jerusha Hess to create a new animated series based on their hit indie movie, Napoleon Dynamite. Produced by Mike Scully (The Simpsons, Everybody Loves Raymond), the series
Wayward comics and television writer Brian K. Vaughan has finally resurfaced in a new report from Deadline Hollywood, who say the lauded creator of "Y: The Last Man" will return to the public stage in "Smokers," a new Fox television series produced by Stars Road Entertainment, the production company of "Spider-Man" director Sam Raimi.
Created by Vaughan, "Smokers" is described by Deadline as a "high-concept drama about a documentary c
Who would win in a fight, Wade Wilson or Hal Jordan? Although we may never see the two battle it out mano a mano, it seems that two Hollywood film studios could be going to war over the presence of Ryan Reynolds
Some heroes don't fade away. They just get canned.
Spinoff Online reported yesterday that NBC was leaning towards ending its superhero drama "Heroes" with a proper final season but now just may pull the plug entirely. Low ratings and low confidence have been plaguing the series for some time now and this might be a bum horse that just needs to be sh
Over the past few weeks, we caught a few episodes of FOX's "Human Target" TV series, and while we found it to be very enjoyable, it's also pretty generic.
In the comic book that the show is ostensibly based on, Christopher Chance isn't just a bodyguard, he's a master of disguise who protects people by actually assuming their identity and luring their would-be killers into striking so he can spring a trap. It's an as
There is no reason you would know this, but I am a big 'Terminator' fan. I loved the first movie, went completely crazy over the second and, well, have mostly learned to like the third. To me, this is one of the greatest series of action movies ever made and they will always hold a special place on my DVD shelf. L
Marty Adelstein and 20th Century Fox Television have struck a deal to develop the comic book series by VLE Comics' Stephen L. Antczak, published by Devil's Due, about a werewolf turned anti-hero as an ongoing television series.