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Rumor: Major “The Walking Dead” Character Killed Off?

June 2, 20140 Comments

Possible spoilers! The Spoiling Dead Fans like to follow what is going on during the production of The Walking Dead. Season 5 is currently shooting and their sources claim that a scene was recently shot that killed off a major character. When season 4 concluded, Rick and his group were locked in a railcar at Terminus. […]

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Actor Mickey Rooney Passes Away At Age 93

April 7, 20140 Comments

Award-winning actor and Hollywood legend Mickey Rooney who starred in over 300 films and TV programs passed away yesterday, April 6th, at the age of 93. The cause of death has not been released. Born Joe Yule Jr. in Brooklyn, N.Y., Rooney was only 17 months old when he took to the stage in his parents’ vaudeville […]

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Ben Whishaw To Play Freddie Mercury; Director Found

December 10, 2013

British actor-turned-director Dexter Fletcher (Sunshine On Leith) will helm the upcoming Freddie Mercury biopic with Ben Whishaw attached to star. The script was written by Peter Morgan. GK Films’ Graham King is producing. This has been a passion project for King for several years, and it started with Sacha Baron Cohen attached to play Mercury, the […]

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“Gotham” TV Series Starts With Gordon Investigating The Death Of Bruce Wayne’s Parents

December 3, 2013

According to Bleeding Cool, their source at Warner Bros. revealed to them that, “the pilot script for GOTHAM has Detective Jim Gordon trying to solve a very famous double homicide.”  It doesn’t necessarily say Thomas and Martha Wayne, but since the plot follows a younger Jim Gordon, what other double homicide would it be? Word is […]

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“House Of Cards” Director Remaking “Jacob’s Ladder”?

November 21, 2013

TheWrap reports that House of Cards director James Foley is in negotiations to direct an homage to the 1990 cult classic JACOB’S LADDER for LD Entertainment. Adrian Lyne directed the original that was written by Bruce Joel Rubin and starred Tim Robbins. Synopsis: “Mourning his dead child, a haunted Vietnam vet attempts to discover his […]

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Trailer: Charles Dickens Biopic Titled “The Invisible Woman”

November 14, 2013

Back in February, Sony Pictures Classics picked up THE INVISIBLE WOMAN directed by and starring Ralph Fiennes. Fiennes plays Charles Dickens and Felicity Jones plays Nelly Ternan, the young actress that Dickens met at the height of his career and had a secret affair with until his death in 1870. The script was written by […]

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Emile Hirsch Set To Star In John Belushi Biopic

October 29, 2013

Emile Hirsch has signed on to star in the John Belushi biopic, which is being written and directed by Steve Conrad. The movie is being adapted from Judith Belushi Pisano (Belushi’s widow) and Tanner Colby’s book “Belushi“. Hirsch isn’t an obvious choice to play the actor in terms of appearance and comedy. He’s more known […]

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Showtime Wouldn’t Let Writers Kill Off “Dexter”

October 8, 2013

I’ve only seen the first five seasons of DEXTER. The reviews for the later seasons are pretty negative so I’m not sure if I’ll ever finish the series. I couldn’t help myself and read some reports on the finale that spoiled it for me. I haven’t seen the final episode, but it does sound very […]

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