An interview with the executive producers of FOX’s new hit “Alcatraz,” where they explain that blood is part of why all of these missing prisoners are coming back, almost a half century after they disappeared.
Serialized shows are such a tough sell these days that J.J. Abrams and his fellow producers on the new FOX series “Alcatraz” took pains to tell television critics yesterday that the show may have a continuing story, but it will be accessible to those who jump in after it starts.
By Tim Kenneally SAN DIEGO (TheWrap) – The preview night of Comic-Con was populated by hard core criminals, teenage witches and an alcoholic homeless guy with crime-preventing abilities – and no, they weren’t among the attendees. Warner Bros. television kicked off this year’s celebration of all things geek with the premieres of “Lost” mastermind J.J. […]
Comcast On Demand today premieres three new films to dial up and enjoy. There’s Mel Gibson’s first leading role in a long while in Edge of Darkness, as well as the kid-movie spoof on mythical nighttime visitors The Tooth Fairy, leading into very different mythical creatures in the vampire flick Daybreakers. Over the weekend, of […]
Once upon a time there was a show called ‘Twin Peaks’ about the strange goings-on in a strange town. The early 90s soap opera/mystery hybrid created by movie director David Lynch is still one of the weirdest shows to ever air on network television. For the uninitiated, it started with a straight arrow FBI agent […]
Here’s what’s opening in theaters nationwide as the first batch of new films for 2010. We’ve got the Amy Adams rom-com Leap Year, Michael Cera’s quirk-com Youth In Revolt, and a reminder of what vampires used to be like before Twilight came along with Daybreakers. Check out more info on each of these films below. […]