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HATFIELDS AND McCoys Continues With Strong Ratings

Hatfields and McCoys launched on Monday night with a massive 13.9 million viewers – 17 million when the repeat was aired. Those are very impressive viewing figures for the History show. A drop was expected for episode two-but it was only a very [...]

May 31, 2012

The Real Reason For The Delay Of G.I. JOE: RETALIATION

Last week Paramount Pictures announced that it was delaying the release of G.I. Joe: Retaliation. The action sequel was shifted from its June 29, 2012 launch to March 29, 2013 because the studio wanted to ‘spend extra time converting the film into [...]

May 30, 2012

If Only The Lambs Were Silent; CLARICE TV Series On The Way

I haven’t commented on Lifetime’s development of Clarice for two reasons. Firstly, I can’t believe that we now have two Silence of the Lambs prequel television series on the way. Secondly, I don’t expect it to be very good. NBC’s Hannibal [...]

May 29, 2012

Bradley Cooper Takes Aim At AMERICAN SNIPER

Bradley Cooper is lining-up starring and producing duties on American Sniper. The star’s production company 22nd & Indiana has picked up the rights to Navy SEAL Chris Kyle’s snappily (and modestly) titled memoir American Sniper: The [...]

May 27, 2012

Robert Pattinson Listens To ‘The Band’

Robert Pattinson has been doing the Cannes thing, out shilling his latest non-Twilight release Cosmopolis. It’s looks good (it’s David Cronenberg, what do you expect?). That’s not the news-the news is that Pattinson has said that he’s [...]

May 25, 2012

Tom Cruise Saddles Up For THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN Remake

Tom Cruise may be approaching fifty years of age, but he shows no signs of intending to slow down. The Mission: Impossible star has a multitude of film projects on his ‘to-do’ list, and it looks like he’s just added another one – MGM’s [...]

May 22, 2012

The SKYFALL Trailer Hits

The first trailer for Skyfall, the latest James Bond film has been released, and it looks good-really good. The Sam Mendes film seems to be going for the mean and moody Bond (much like the last couple of films), with its dark cinematography and [...]

May 21, 2012

Hampton Fancher To Write BLADE RUNNER Sequel

So, Hampton Fancher is writing the script for the Blade Runner sequel. That’s pretty great news considering that most of those involved in the original credit Fancher with having created a lot of what makes the 1982 film work-script wise. For a [...]

May 19, 2012

Caution To The Wind: Cage & Rourke In MARBLE CITY

Nicolas Cage keeps knocking out movie after movie, after movie. Pretty soon audiences get sick and tired of paying cash to see the same person. It’s one of the reasons why television stars find it difficult to make the transition to the big [...]

May 18, 2012

Pierce Brosnan And Dominic Cooper Star In THE NOVEMBER MAN

Pierce Brosnan is set to re-team with his Dante’s Peak director Roger Donaldson for The November Man, the long-in-development spy thriller that is also set to star Dominic Cooper. November Man was first announced almost a decade ago, and I thought [...]

May 16, 2012

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