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Lee Falk’s The Phantom has been in existence since 1936, but the character has only been portrayed live on film by three actors: Tom Tyler in a 1943 movie serial, Billy Zane in a 1996 feature film and, now, by Ryan Carnes, in a four-hour event airing on Syfy this Sunday night, June 20th.
EdGross - 6/18/2010

A great collection of movie quotes -- 100 of them in fact, revealed in just 200 seconds!
EdGross - 6/18/2010

Following its $56 million grossing weekend (based on a $40 million production budget), the new Karate Kid has been earmarked for a sequel.
EdGross - 6/15/2010

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Sylvester Stallone talked about modern day marketing, and then shifted the conversation to action films in general and The Expendables in particular.
EdGross - 6/13/2010

In its opening weekend, the new take on The Karate Kid is expected to take in over $50 million - an astounding number that is surprising many people. Take a look inside the making of the film with these behind the scenes clips.
EdGross - 6/12/2010

While we await word on the fate of Bond 23, it seems that 007 has gone into reboot mode in terms of his literary and video game adventures.
EdGross - 6/10/2010

Nikki Finke at is reporting that Tony Gilroy is returning to the Bourne franchise to take on film number four, The Bourne Legacy (appropriate since Gilroy wrote the first three films as well).
EdGross - 6/9/2010

Paramount Pictures and MTV Films announced today that they are set to develop a movie around mega-producer Les Grossman. The announcement comes on the heels of Grossman’s groundbreaking and visionary production of the soon-to-be Emmy® award-winning 2010 MTV Movie Awards Sunday night. Tom Cruise, along with Ben Stiller and Stuart Cornfeld of Red Hour Films will produce and have secured the life rights to Grossman.
EdGross - 6/9/2010

According to the New Zealand site Stuff, work is pushing forward on a fifth Indiana Jones adventure that will purportedly take Harrison Ford and Shia LaBeouf to the Bermuda Triangle.
EdGross - 6/8/2010

While fans are awaiting news about Bond 23, Ian Fleming Publications has announced that a new 007 adventure is on the way.
EdGross - 5/28/2010

The history of James Bond 007 is covered in this mini-documentary.
EdGross - 5/28/2010

The second music video devoted to some of the biggest ladies of action.
EdGross - 5/28/2010

The first of a two-part music video looking at the sexy ladies of action.
EdGross - 5/28/2010

According to "Watch With Kristin" over at E! Online, there are rumblings that ABC may be interested in rebooting JJ Abrams' Alias (though likely without Abrams, who's off doing Undercovers for NBC).
EdGross - 5/27/2010

Smallville creators Al Gough and Miles Millar are returning to television to take on Charlie's Angles, a new series version of the '70s show that is being developed.
EdGross - 5/24/2010

Timothy Dalton only played James Bond twice - in 1987's The Living Daylights and 1989's Licence to Kill - but's Steve Spears believe that it was more than enough to prove he's the best 007 ever. Here are his five reasons why.
EdGross - 5/21/2010

UPDATED: Pirates 4 is going to be shot in 3D as opposed to having the process added in post. The release date remains May of 2011.
EdGross - 5/17/2010

Penguin Books is offering up a compilation of Ian Fleming's three SPECTRE-related James Bond novels, Thunderball, On Her Majesty's Secret Service and You Only Live Twice.
EdGross - 5/16/2010

In the first part of Haphazard-Stuff's online documentary series on the James Bond films, he focuses on the Sean Connery years from 1962-1967.
EdGross - 5/4/2010

With The Losers reaching theatres, here are some final thoughts of the cast -- on video -- about the film.
EdGross - 4/23/2010