Tag: Entertainment Weekly

Air Date And Poster For Lifetime’s “Lizzie Borden Took An Ax” Starring Christina Ricci

November 19, 2013

EW has revealed the poster for Lifetime‘s LIZZIE BORDEN TOOK AN AX starring Christina Ricci. The film also stars Billy Campbell and Clea DuVall (Zodiac, Argo) as her sister. Synopsis: “It’s not just a disturbing nursery rhyme! Now the true story of how Lizzie Borden murdered her parents (or did she?) in the summer of 1892 is being brought to […]

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Justin Long Cast In Kevin Smith’s Walrus Horror Film “Tusk”

September 26, 2013

What started as a podcast joke has turning into reality as Kevin Smith, known for pounding out screenplays, is already in pre-production and casting for TUSK. In a lengthy interview with Entertainment Weekly, Smith discussed Tusk‘s plot, while also revealing that he’s cast Jeepers Creepers star Justin Long as the film’s monster. “It’s about a guy who turns another guy into […]

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“Dexter” Producers Defend The Ending They Chose

September 25, 2013

Entertainment Weekly recently interviewed DEXTER producers Scott Buck and Sara Colleton. Reactions to the series finale have been more negative than positive, so the producers explain and defend the ending they chose. SPOILERS Buck first reveals that they had a kernel of an idea of what they wanted to do in the finale: “The kernel […]

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“Star Wars” Spinoff Movies Will Be Origin Stories

September 16, 2013

Disney has confirmed that its planned spin-off STAR WARS movies will be origin stories. The studio, which bought all rights to the franchise last October for $4.05 billion, has long said it plans to release a new film each year beginning in 2015. These will consist of a new trilogy of movies, starting with Star […]

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Would Joss Whedon Be Willing To Kill Off An Avenger?

August 26, 2013

While discussing Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. with Entertainment Weekly, director/writer Joss Whedon was asked if he’d ever kill off one of the lead characters. They somewhat “killed” off Agent Coulson, but would the studio be okay with saying goodbye to Iron Man or Captain America in The Avengers: Age of Ultron? “I’m always joking about that. Um…maybe?” says […]

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