It’s early enough into The Walking Dead Season 7 that we don’t yet know how the major story will unfold in the wake of Negan’s rampage. That said. AMC’s flagship hit is already looking forward to Season 8, as Max Steel star Maria Bello has “apparently” secured a role in The Walking Dead’s 2017 season.
Full disclosure: I’m afraid of the dark. As soon as I walk into a darkened room I rush to the nearest light switch. I’ll use my phone’s flashlight to guide the way if the switch is far, and sometimes I’ll leave all the lights if I’m home alone. Your eyes play tricks on you in the dark – What was that? Oh, just the cat. Wait, I don’t have a cat! There’s security and comfort in being able to see your surroundings, which makes the premise of David Sandberg‘s ‘Lights Out’ even more terrifying.
James Wan is one of the most prominent horror film directors working today, having successfully scared our pants off with ‘Insidious’ and ‘The Conjuring.’ So we have a lot of faith in anything with Wan’s name attached to it, like the upcoming film ‘Demonic,’ which was originally scheduled for release this past December. And although it doesn’t yet have a new release date, the first trailer definitely has us intrigued (and a little spooked).
As long as it's been since we've had much real news about the second season of FOX's Tim Kring-produced Kiefer Sutherland vehicle 'Touch,' it's rare to hear of an actor's exit from the series before the season even premieres. And yet, we have already learned that former 'Prime Suspect' star Maria Bello has been primed to go out of 'Touch,' after having been upgraded to series regular. The second s
FOX's high-profile new Kiefer Sutherland drama has only aired two episodes in total, but already the network has enough confidence in the show to inject it with a big dose of star-power. And given the latest addition's most recent outing, we think she might have enough time to stick around for a longer haul.