With the announcement of its fall schedule comes news that CBS has picked up the Alex Kurtzman/Roberto Orci produced update of Hawaii 5-0 starring Alex O'Loughlin. Check out the opening credits for the new version as well as the original.
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After last weeks disappointment, has the show redeemed itself in this very important penultimate episode?..
I'm not a huge reader of DC Comics, but this one intrigued me. Here's my take
In an exclusive interview with Movie Web, veteran producer Richard Zanuck noted that production of the Johnny Depp/Tim Burton movie version of the horror soap opera Dark Shadows probably won't take place until early 2011.
Well, have no fear a compilation video is here! Hit the jump to see.
Moviehole.net has posted a brief overall review of Marti Noxon's screenplay for the remake of Fright Night as well as character breakdowns. Beware of spoilers!
According to Pajiba.com, Drew Barrymore will likely be directing Surrender Dorothy, one of many Oz-related projects currently in development.
At its upfront presentation, CBS has announced its TV lineup for the fall, which includes a shift of The Big Bang Theory to Thursday, the debut of William Shatner's first sitcom and the remake of Hawaii 5-0, starring Moonlight's Alex O'Loughlin.
Series creator Alex Laferriere and executive producer Nick Allain talk about the origins of Broken Wall Films, and where it's going.
Check out this cool vid featuring pretty much every Lost kill so far...needless to say, Sayid has the most screen time!
Also, director Tarsem Singh shares his insights on the movie.
Another behind the scenes look at the making of Vivid Entertainment's parody, Batman XXX.
ABC has officially announced its lineup of TV shows for the fall.
HBO has released plot descriptions for the first three episodes of season three (beware of spoilers!)
We've got the launch trailer for the video game that's based on the movie... that's based on a video game...
The dual success of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, both of which ignored previous film versions and stayed much closer to the original novels they were based on, has given producer Wyck Godfrey confidence in adapting The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
Bill Condon has recently been announced as director of the two-part The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, and Earth's Mightiest has an exclusive audio interview with producer Wyck Godfrey about the choice of Condon and the approach to the films.
Some key features of the kit and how I built it!
Today BBC America, in association with the BBC, announced production of a new sci-fi series, Outcasts, which will have a first season order of eight episodes.