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‘The Strain’ Season 2 Sets July Premiere, Gird Your Eyeballs

by Kevin Fitzpatrick 6 days ago
New York City may be overrun with vampires, but The Strain has only begun to spread by news of its Season 2 premiere. FX has officially set a July debut for its next round of Guillermo del Toro horror, teasing the gang’s new mission with a full synopsis.

New ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Details Reveal Fresher Zombies, Family Focus

by Kevin Fitzpatrick 7 days ago
AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead companion series will restart the zombie apocalypse in a few months’ time, but may not resemble the blood-spurting thriller we’re used to. New comments from its showrunner Dave Erickson and creator Robert Kirkman suggest that Fear the Walking Dead will traffic much more in family drama, scaling back the walkers to look more freshly human as well.

‘Hannibal’ Season 3 Premiere Photos Give a Taste of ‘Antipasto’

by Kevin Fitzpatrick 7 days ago
Late last week Hannibal Season 3 served up an appetizer of its June 4 premiere by way of a tantalizing new synopsis, and before main course arrives, NBC has yet another offering. See who’s coming to dinner in the first official photos from Hannibal Season 3 premiere “Antipasto”!

Kevin Bacon Would Like to Make Another ‘Tremors’ Movie

by Britt Hayes May 16, 2015 @ 2:05 PM
It seems that Kevin Bacon may not be aware that the Tremors franchise continued on in his absence. The actor starred in the first film back in 1990, but there were four more sequels and a TV series that followed. But now that FOX has cancelled The Following, Bacon has some time on his hands, and he’s thinking that he would totally be down to make another Tremors movie.

‘Crimson Peak’ International Trailer Gets Way More Ghastly

by Britt Hayes May 16, 2015 @ 1:25 PM
If you were a fan of the Crimson Peak trailer that hit earlier this week, may we interest you in the new international trailer for Guillermo del Toro’s gothic horror tale? This trailer is even more effective and haunting (literally and figuratively) than the domestic version, with lots of spooky new footage and a few sneak peeks at the actual ghosts of this ghost story.

‘Hannibal’ Season 3 Premiere Synopsis Teases Surprise ‘Antipasto’ Returns

by Kevin Fitzpatrick May 15, 2015 @ 5:34 PM
The broadcast TV season has all but come to a close, and summer cookouts will arrive sooner than you think with Hannibal Season 3's June 4 premiere. Now, the first “Antipasto” synopsis has arrived of Hannibal’s new life in Italy, but what surprise guests might make for the first course?

AMC ‘Preacher’: Seth Rogen Tweets First Photos of Dominic Cooper and Arseface

by Kevin Fitzpatrick May 14, 2015 @ 11:26 PM
Twitter / @SethRogen
At long last, Preacher has finally gone before cameras for the live-action adaptation Garth Ennis fans have waited for. As if there were any doubt, writer/producer Seth Rogen has revealed our first look at Captain America star Dominic Cooper in the title role, along with the fan-favorite Arseface.

Kate Beckinsale Returning for ‘Underworld 5,’ As if She Wouldn’t

by Britt Hayes May 14, 2015 @ 8:03 PM
Screen Gems
It’s been a few years since Underworld: Awakening, the fourth installment in the horror-action franchise starring Kate Beckinsale as the heroic vampire Selene. While initially it was reported that she would not be returning for the fifth installment in the franchise, which stars Divergent’s Theo James, it would appear that those assumptions were mistaken. Of course Kate Beckinsale is going to be in another Underworld movie. Of course.

‘The Blob’ Remake Absorbs Samuel L. Jackson

by Britt Hayes May 14, 2015 @ 10:32 AM
Relativity Media
If you were not very interested in Simon West’s remake/origin story of The Blob, you may have a reason to be a bit more interested now because Samuel L. Jackson has joined the cast. Jackson has a particular set of enthusiastic skills that make him quite perfect for campy material — now we just cross our fingers and hope this new Blob movie is like the amorphous alien version of Deep Blue Sea.

Canceled ‘Constantine’ Not Likely to Continue on The CW

by Kevin Fitzpatrick May 14, 2015 @ 10:01 AM
NBC’s cancellation of Constantine set off the familiar scramble to find the series a new home, though showrunner Daniel Cerone seemed optimistic The CW might look to add to its growing DC stable, with whom crossover talks have already occurred. Not so it seems, as The CW may not be Constantine’s salvation after all.