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With Warner Bros. releasing Ken Johnson and his creative team from "V": The Final Battle when it became apparent that Johnson would not trim $5 million from the budget, a new team in the form of writer Brian Taggert, producers Daniel Blatt and Robert Singer and director Richard Heffron were brought in.
EdGross - 3/27/2009

Jace Hall’s entire career is a tribute to his geekdom, whether it’s the video games he’s produced (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Justice League Heroes and Condemned: Criminal Origins, among them), online content he’s been involved with creating (including The Jace Hall Show, which has him conducting interviews while playing video games with his interview subjects; and the in-development web series Creepshow Raw and the Twilight Zone-like What If?), movies (PVC-1, Brothers in Arms and the forthcoming The Unforgettable) and, now, television, with the all-new “V” pilot for ABC.
EdGross - 3/27/2009

In Scott Peters' script for "V," the character of George (previously known as Georgie) is determined to pull Ryan back into their old lives, emphasizing that they have a greater purpose. Eventually that purpose will involve being a part of the resistance against the Visitors. Beyond that, George is hiding a secret that will become apparent soon enough.
EdGross - 3/27/2009

Back when "V": The Series premiered in the fall of 1984, Warner Bros. issued a press kit for the show that included a number of interviews, including this one with make-up designer Leo Lotito.
EdGross - 3/27/2009

With the resounding success of "V" in 1983, it's hardly surprising that both NBC and Warner Bros. wanted writer/director Kenneth Johnson to continue the saga. To that end, he sat down with writers Craig Buck, Peggy Goldman and Diane Frolov to craft what would become the six-hour follow-up, "V": The Final Battle. The good news as far as the team was concerned is that they did get to write those scripts. The bad news was pretty much everything else.
EdGross - 3/27/2009

Early In the process of writing the screenplay for what he hoped would be “V”: The Second Generation, Ken Johnson realized that the story and characters would lend themselves to a novel. Negotiations began with Tor Books and Warner Bros., with the decision ultimately being made that he could indeed write it. The resulting novel was published at the beginning of this year.
EdGross - 3/27/2009

Back in the '80s, the popularity of "V" was something that was felt around the globe. With the debut of "V": The Series, actress Jane Badler (Diana) undertook a promotional tour that, based on this clip, brought her to Japan. Here she's at the center of a press conference, dressed in her Visitor uniform.
EdGross - 3/27/2009

"V" has been an inspiration to many people, one of them being Norton of the youtube page http://www.youtube.com/user/nortofacto, who created a series of trailers for an imagined series called "V": The British Chapter. For full details on the making of the trailer, just follow the leap.
EdGross - 3/27/2009

"V" executive producer Scott Peters has turned to his The 4400 leading man Joel Gretsch, who played Tom Baldwin, to essay the role of Father Jack Lowery, the priest who is skeptical over his congregation's sudden fascination with The Visitors; a fascination that seems to be teetering on the edge of worship.
EdGross - 3/27/2009

In his screenplay turned novel "V": The Second Generation, Ken Johnson explains that the stories of many of the characters audiences came to know and love are carried on. "Certainly Diana is a pre-eminent figure as the Visitor commandant," he says. "Juliet, our resistance leading lady, is a key player. Harmie, the waitress who fell in love with Willie, played by Robert Englund in the original, are both back in very key roles, as well as Robert Maxwell and a couple of others.
EdGross - 3/27/2009

In an interview with Australia's The Advertiser, Jane Badler (undoubtedly forever known as the original "V'"s Diana), admits that had she not moved Down Under following her late 1980s run on MIssion Impossible, she would have been swept up in the need for ever-increasing celebrity in Hollywood. "It's impossible not to get caught up in all of that in LA," she said.
EdGross - 3/27/2009

Actor Morris Chestnut, recently signed to play the character of Ryan on the new “V”, has been acting since 1990, splitting his time between television and film appearances. One of his most recent projects has been the drama Not Easily Broken (on which he also serves as an executive producer), which has just been released on DVD.
EdGross - 3/27/2009

In this week’s Fresh Ink!, G4’s Blair Butler gives us a sneak peek into the new artwork for Marvel’s Runaways!
Brent Sprecher - 3/26/2009

Back in 1994 when the Beatles released the Anthology project, Paul, George and Ringo "joined" John on the demo a demo he had recorded, resulting in "Free As a Bird." More recently a fan decided to edit concert footage together in such a way that it suggests the Beatles — including John — are performing the song in front of a live audience.
EdGross - 3/26/2009

Wanna know when Freddy will come stab you out of your dreams?
jman77 - 3/26/2009

New Booster Set Introduces Union Cards and All-New Shadows for the EARTH and WATER Attributes
NateBest - 3/26/2009

Disney Interactive Studios announces Toy Story Mania!, inspired by the Disney/Pixar feature film "Toy Story", exclusively for Wii. Beloved "Toy Story" Characters Provide Backdrop for Family-Friendly Carnival-Style Video Game.
NateBest - 3/26/2009

With rehearsals and screen tests under way, the sultry actress of Iron Man 2 is already looking the part.
jman77 - 3/26/2009

The first Wolverine film has yet to hit theaters but alas there are rumblings of a second Wolverine film already underway.
jman77 - 3/26/2009

The rumor mill is back tracking today about the casting rumor of Star Trek's Chris Pine doing Green Lantern...
jman77 - 3/26/2009