‘Anarchy’ Gets An App

Fans of FX’s hit show “Sons of Anarchy” who want a piece of Charlie Hunnam, Ron Perlman or anyone else in the cast now have their chance. The network is launching an app that will follow along with the show and let viewers buy products that appear on screen. The app will be called “SOA […]

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‘Sunny’ Star Charlie Day Steps Into Limelight

By JAKE COYLE NEW YORK — Charlie Day can’t say no to a good scheme. On “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” the FX series Day stars in, writes and produces with Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton, his character’s exploits have included trying to sell barrels of gas to capitalize on high prices at the pump, […]

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ABC Eager For Marvel Characters On Small Screen

PASADENA, Calif. – ABC’s entertainment chief says he would love to have Marvel characters on the network, with Incredible Hulk and Jessica Jones among the front-runners. ABC executive Paul Lee said Monday that he’s “thrilled” to have Marvel Entertainment in the family, a reference to The Walt Disney Co.’s acquisition of the comic book giant. The […]

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Next James Bond Movie Nixed Due To MGM Woes

For all of us who had been anxiously awaiting the next 007 adventure, there is bad news to report. Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer is in such dire financial straits that they’ve had to indefinitely shelve their greatest asset, the James Bond franchise. This means there’s no telling when Sam Mendes may direct Daniel Craig in the Peter Morgan […]

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Guillermo Del Toro Leaves ‘The Hobbit’

He’d moved to New Zealand and prepared to commit three years of his life to making the two prequels to The Lord of the Rings trilogy, but Guillermo Del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy) has now had to back out of directing The Hobbit, although he will still be co-writing the screenplays. The Hobbit was set […]

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Luke Goss Talks ‘Annihilation Earth,’ Those Iconic Del Toro Roles, and “Absolute Dude Movies”

Luke Goss has one of the more enviable film careers going, particularly in the eyes of those who are keen on epic sci fi and supernatural pageantry. Roles in blockbusters like ‘Hellboy II‘ and ‘Blade II‘ have certainly heightened his genre cred and profile (despite the FX makeup being applied pretty thickly for roles like […]

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