The squinty-eyed pitchman was arrested for hiring and beating up a hooker. Will the super absorbent ShamWow be able to clean up this mess?
Check out this new Star Trek Movie Poster to be released right here in the good ol US of A
In this retrospective piece, veteran comic book writer Marv Wolfman continues with a look at the "V" comic book he was editing at the time of the show.
Guy Gavriel Kay was born in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, on 7 November 1954 to Samuel Kay, a surgeon, and Sybil (Birstein) Kay. He has two brothers Jeffrey and Rex, who are, respectively, a lawyer and a psychiatrist. Kay himself trained to be a lawyer, earning his LL.B. from the University of Toronto after his B.A. in philosophy from Manitoba. However, he now earns his living as a novelist. Kay currently lives in Toronto with his wife Laura and their two sons.
This is a 1989 interview with Guy Gavriel Kay, author of The Fionavar Tapestry...
Fantasy and Scifi icon C.S. Lewis expressed eloquently what makes us love to read fantasy literature. In in his book, An Experiment in Criticism, he writes...
Here is a short, straightforward argument that exposes the doctrine of the Trinity as a man-made apostasy. Three common sense reasons that cannot be disputed.
It's a rare opportunity to see a Sean Connery James Bond film on the big screen, but every now and then there's a chance to revisit the past.
Sam Huntington, Taye Diggs and Anita Briem join star Brandon Routh in the supernatural thriller based on the Italian comic book series, Dylan Dog.
The contract sounds crazy but hey if your low on the totem pole and need some experience this is the way to go.
Today's rehearsal news from Favs includes Mr. Sam Rockwell
Wanna know if Terminator Salvation pays any tribute to the Terminator films before it? Check out this interview with Director MCG.
Not unsurprisingly, spy phots taken on location during the shooting of the pilot for the new version of "V" have begun to show up online.
Although there hasn't been a great deal of information released, there has been a bit of "V" news over the past couple of days.
Back when "V" was a television series on NBC (during the 1984-85 TV season), DC Comics launched an 18-issue comic book that was edited by Marv Wolfman. He and his creative team were determined that the comic would be of a quality higher than the average film or TV adaptation.
The following article comes from the press kit issued by NBC back in 1984 when "V": The Series was making its debut.
Although filming is underway on the new "V" pilot, casting continues. The latest addition to the cast, notes The Hollywood Reporter, is Lourdes Benedicto as Valerie Holt, girlfriend of Ryan Nichols (Morris Chestnut).
Writer Craig Buck, who collaborated with Ken Johnson, Peggy Goldman and Diane Frolov on the original version of "V": The Final Battle, explains that the team was attempting to make budget cuts in their script when Warner Bros. released them from the project.
Major kudos to Craig Byrne over at Visitorsite.net who came up with some exclusive casting news on the new "V" pilot.
They came to us requesting our help with their dying civilization. In return, they would provide us with wondrous gifts, including cures to many of the illnesses that plague humanity. Always eager to help, we provided them with assistance, unaware that we were sealing our own doom. For in reality, these alien visitors were using our kindness against us, threatening our very existence.