Hollywood: The first images of Chris Evans as a buff Steve Rogers (sans Cap costume) have surfaced. Evans is looking pretty jacked, if we say so ourselves.
Controversy: Tom Spurgeon weighs in on the importance of supporting Molly Norris, the cartoonist who has gone into hiding following threats from extremists who were angered by her organization of "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day."
Costumes: Did you know Darkwing Duck has sported nearly 20 d
After a quadruple Emmy win for "Pushies Daisies" on Sunday night, show creator Bryan Fuller expressed his gratitude for the academy's recognition of the canceled series -- and his hope that the "forensic fairytale" about a piemaker who can revive the dead would soon find new life elsewhere: "It's a tremendous honor to see 'Daisies' win in so many categories -- and in the spirit of the show, win posthumously. Now can we please make the 'Pushing Daisies' movie?"
Fans looking for more "Pushing Daisies" beyond TV will also
"Pushing Daisies" creator Bryan Fuller -- who recently left his gig at the superhero show "Heroes" -- talked with ComicsAlliance about his upcoming comic book adaptation of "Pushing Daisies" at DC Comics, the unanswered questions the comic will address, and why moving the story to DC will make it bigger than ever before
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It happens every year like clockwork: a new TV show debuts, blows your freaking mind, renews your hope for the medium, then gets zapped by the Omega Effect back
In a really lackluster new fall season (and one which thanks to the Writers Guild strike might be ending awfully soon), there's only one show that has absolutely stood out as a must-watch-tv for me, and that's Bryan Fuller's Pushing Daisies.
If you're unfamiliar with the plot, it's wonderfully odd; Ned the piemaker (Lee Pace), brings things back to l
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