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‘Hannibal’ Cancellation Update: Bryan Fuller Talks New Home, Clarice Starling in Season 4

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 23, 2015 @ 8:18 AM
NBC
The cancellation of NBC’s Hannibal left us shocked, shocked (well, not that shocked), though given the climate of revivals and rescues, it seemed resoundingly likely the darkly delicious drama might find a new home. Now, series creator Bryan Fuller and producers are on the hunt for a new network, while long-standing rights issues with Clarice Starling may have impacted Season 4’s chances.

‘Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension’ Reveals First Spooky Images

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by Britt Hayes June 22, 2015 @ 6:30 PM
Paramount
We had a new Paranormal Activity film each year for four years, but following reports of some creative issues, the franchise took a little break. The series will return this year with its fifth installment, Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension, which will officially be its last. Paramount and Blumhouse have revealed the first images from the upcoming sequel, and it looks like this one is going right off the rails.

NBC Officially Cancels ‘Hannibal,’ Cannibalizes Own Remaining Credit

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 22, 2015 @ 4:40 PM
NBC
For all its legions of fans and critical accolades, NBC’s Hannibal has always skated along ratings-wise, at least until now. Shooting, carving off and gnawing its own foot, NBC has officially opted not to renew Hannibal for a fourth season, effectively canceling the drama until another network - basically any network - decides to swoop in.

First ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Sneak Peek Brings All Fear and No Dead

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 19, 2015 @ 10:33 AM
AMC
Walking Dead companion series Fear The Walking Dead has made no secret of its intent to explore the undead’s rise to power before Rick Grimes, though one wonders how the AMC prequel drama will cultivate the same tension without walkers lurking behind every corner. Who fears the walking dead, when its characters have plenty more to run from, judging by the first clip?

‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ Confirms Denis O’Hare, Murphy Talks More Jessica Lange

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 19, 2015 @ 9:44 AM
FX
American Horror Story: Hotel’s latest castings haven’t done much to validate the series’ supposed Season 5 reinvention, but a new interview with Ryan Murphy might. Not only does the creator confirm that Denis O’Hare will return for Hotel, so too does the possibility of Jessica Lange’s return remain open, while a number of new Hotel details have emerged.

‘Hannibal’ Reveals the Living and Dead Pieces of His Past in ‘Secondo’

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by Britt Hayes June 18, 2015 @ 10:58 PM
NBC
Acceptance, understanding, forgiveness…betrayal. These are necessary components in every relationship — they are not always pleasant and not always kind, but without them love is not capable of existing. Just as Will began to understand Hannibal’s twisted affection for him with last week’s bloody valentine, so does Will begin to understand his own affection for Hannibal this week. Just like any relationship, the results are exceedingly complex.

Vin Diesel Says ‘The Last Witch Hunter’ Sequel Is Already in the Works, and He’d Like Your Feedback

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by Britt Hayes June 17, 2015 @ 5:12 PM
Lionsgate
Vin Diesel is such a charming, gracious man, always reaching out to his fans on Facebook to keep them updated on all the latest Diesel-centric news. In his latest post, not only has he revealed that there’s already a sequel to The Last Witch Hunter in development over at Lionsgate, but he’d like to know your thoughts about it.

‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ Gets ‘Freak’-ier Returning Finn Wittrock

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 17, 2015 @ 11:03 AM
FX
American Horror Story will likely open more than a few Hotel doors with its Comic-Con 2015 appearance, but fans needn’t wait for the latest Freak Show in store. Joining several other alum, Finn Wittrock is the latest to check into American Horror Story: Hotel, and might find himself in yet another bloody romp with Matt Bomer.

Eli Roth to Direct Long-Developing Mega-Shark Thriller ‘Meg’

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by Britt Hayes June 16, 2015 @ 6:19 PM
Larry Busacca, Getty Images
A film based on Steve Alten’s New York Times bestselling novel Meg has been in development for almost 20 years, but the mega-shark film is finally on its way to the big screen, thanks to Warner Bros. and Eli Roth. Meg’s long, long journey to the big screen began in 1997 at Disney, but with Jurassic World emerging with the highest-grossing opening weekend of all time, it seems like a great time to get Meg off the ground.