I want to believe this will be a good reboot.
Please note that the ’90s were a great time to be a smart, rebellious cartoon lady.
When the clock strikes 11:11, do you wish for the return of Crossfire to cable news programming? You’re not alone.
You won’t believe what they’re replacing it with.
Only if “The Munsters” were “The Real Housewives Of Transylvania”. Sadly/amazingly, that is the actual pitch used in the interview. Also available: The American “Harry Potter”.
Stop trying to make mummies the new zombies. Jon Spaihts, co-writer for “Prometheus”, is penning this gritty reworking.
As you may have noticed, Snow White is so hot right now. But this isn’t her first resurgence; she’s been recast as everything from a vampire to a sex slave over the years.
And it’s a reboot. Of his own series. Stop it, Michael. Just stop.
Fan boy sewing circles are going apey over what’s hopefully not some vicious rumor.
Fairy tales are the new vampire. With two networks developing “Beauty and the Beast” retreads, we wonder how other channels would pitch this tale as old as time.
Comics are hot now, and Hollywood is largely getting them right. So let’s try these again, from the top.
The former host first announced that the childrens’ series may be making a comeback in March. Now, 5 months later, he’s teasing the possibility again. Expect more details very soon.
Tim Hill, director of epic love stories such as “Hop” and “Alvin and the Chipmunks,” has landed a new gig. View Image ›
Jason Turner, board chairman of Creem Enterprises Inc., says a quarterly print edition of “Creem Magazine” is set to launch in the fall with an editorial staff in Los Angeles and business offices in New York. This will mark the third attempt to reboot the iconic music magazine since its original launch in 1969. (via cbc.ca) View Image ›
Even when scared out of his wits he looks hot. View Image ›
Well, this exists. We miss you, Farrah Fawcett. Watch Video ›