SLEEPY HOLLOW gets a new female lead to play Scully to Ichabod’s Mulder as the entire show is revamped and set in Washington, D.C. Janina Gavankar will join Crane in solving supernatural crimes from the Secret Service’s basement. The post Janina Gavankar Joins SLEEPY HOLLOW Cast appeared first on SciFi4Me.com.
This was one of my favorite shows way back when. It’ll be interesting to see if anything comes of this reboot.
Deadline is reporting that Fox has given a put pilot order for a reboot of The Greatest American Hero.
Phil Lord and Chris Miller (The Lego Movie) will executive produce the new version of the show, created by Stephen J. Cannell, along with Cannell’s daughter, Tawnia McKiernan. Rodney Rothman will write and also executive produce.
This new version will follow an inner city teacher named Isaac after he discovers a super-suit and loses the instructions. Along the way, he picks up a government handler with different ideas on how to put the suit to good use. Isaac will have to learn how to use the suit by trial and error, very much like Ralph Hinckley did when he got the suit.
Slightly different from the original 1981 series, which starred William Katt and Robert Culp, this new version could be either a sequel or a reboot. It…
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Good news for all of us Doctor Who fans from my fellow blogger at An American View of British Science Fiction.
“The Doctor has regenerated and now Clara has to deal with the fact that her best friend appears to have changed completely…Meanwhile, the newly regenerated Time Lord must face a terrifying monster as the Twelfth Doctor’s era begins in dramatic style!”
Did you miss Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary theatrical run last winter? Well, it looks like you have another chance to watch out favorite time lord on the big screen. BBC and Fathom events just announced another partnership starting on Saturday, August 23. That night, there will be 12 theatrical events in 12 cities at 12 am / midnight to celebrate the launch of the new season.
Apparently a long-run theatrical edition of Capaldi’s first foray into the Tardis, Deep Breath, with bonus footage will be shown. Reports are vague, but I’d imagine it will have featurettes like last time. If you don’t live in one of those 12…
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The man behind the music of “The Way We Were,” “The Sting” and “A Chorus Line” died suddenly in Los Angeles.
Marvin Hamlisch, the prolific composer and arranger who won Oscars for his work in The Way We Were and The Sting, collapsed and died Monday in Los Angeles following a short illness, a family spokesman said. He was 68.
One of only three composers to win an Oscar, Tony, Grammy and Emmy, Hamlisch also received a Pulitzer Prize for the Broadway musical A Chorus Line in 1975. He and Richard Rodgers are the only people to win all five awards.
(SOURCE: THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER)
The writer of the Twilight series, Stephenie Meyer, has another novel that has been made into a movie. Although the movie won’t hit the screens until next year, the teaser trailer was posted online today. Check it out here!
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