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With Being Human concluding its second season, here's a behind the scenes look at different aspects of the show that focuses on the vampire, werewolf and ghost that share a London flat.
EdGross - 2/28/2010

ABC will begin broadcasting "V" again on March 30th. The network recently aired this promo and behind the scenes featurette. Additionally, check out an Australian promo that is certainly different in its approach.
EdGross - 2/28/2010

Jonathan Frakes (forever William Riker of Star Trek: The Next Generation) has directed the sixth episode of “V.”
EdGross - 2/28/2010

A series of video interviews that take viewers behind the scenes on DC's latest animated DVD film, "Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths".
EdGross - 2/27/2010

Syfy begins airing season two of Merlin this April. This interview with Bradley James (Arthur) and Colin Morgan (Merlin) previews year two.
EdGross - 2/27/2010

Here's an odd little moment from history where the Beatles are involved in an interview with singer Dusty Springfield.
EdGross - 2/27/2010

The guys at How It Should Have Ended.com have turned their animated comic sights on to JJ Abrams' Star Trek.
EdGross - 2/27/2010

On April 12th at the Las Vegas Hilton, Jim Parsons will be awarded the 2010 NAB Television Chairman’s Award during the NAB Show Television Luncheon. Offers Paul Karpowicz, NAB Television Board Chairman, “Jim Parsons is a singularly gifted comedic talent who provides laugh-out-loud entertainment every Monday night on CBS.
EdGross - 2/27/2010

Taylor Lautner, who seemed as though he would be starring in two films based on toy lines – Matell’s Max Steel and Hasbro’s Stretch Armstrong – has decided to leave max in the dust and stick with stretch. NY.com’s Vulture column offers this explanation:
EdGross - 2/27/2010

Actress turned writer Adrienne Barbeau (who, many years ago, was co-star of Norman Lear’s Maude and from there went on to such efforts as John Carpenter’s The Thing and Swamp Thing) has written her newest novel, which marks her second vampire tale.
EdGross - 2/27/2010

Have vampires been softened by Hollywood? That’s certainly the position of The Australian Magazine in this piece written by Ruth Ostrow and published on February 27th.
EdGross - 2/27/2010

Marvel may be prepping their Initiative for the Avengers in 2012 with a diverse ensemble of characters ranging from fantasy, historical, and (possible) current technology (Ironman), but will they eventually counteract the move by DC's intergalactic hero, Green Lantern.
NovaPrime - 2/27/2010

After seeing the movie, I've come to interview my colleague, about what she thought about the movie.
lavender - 2/26/2010

Survival of the Dead is an upcoming horror movie by George A. Romero. The feature will first be released via video on demand on April 30, 2010, then followed by a theatrical release on May 28, 2010. Poster and more inside...
777LEEE - 2/26/2010

Expect some revealing flashbacks and the return of a certain Bartowski in the season 3 finale...
Josh Wilding - 2/26/2010

It's almost time to travel with the new Doctor, as BBC America announces the fifth season of Doctor Who's debut...
Josh Wilding - 2/26/2010

After Lost's final season, we may just see Locke and Ben partner up once again on the small screen...
Josh Wilding - 2/26/2010

Based on the film of the same name, Backbeat is the Glasgow Citizen Theater's stage version of the early days of the Beatles, and Variety's Mark Fisher has reviewed the effort co-written and directed by Iain Softley.
EdGross - 2/26/2010

Fan Company's annual "Most Innovative Companies" issue has honored the Beatles' Apple Corps. Ltd.
EdGross - 2/26/2010

Since 2008 and the publication of "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," historical mash-ups (literary or otherwise)with pop culture seem to have become a growing trend, the latest example of which is the novel, Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter.
EdGross - 2/26/2010