Harry Shearer may not voice any of the Simpsons themselves, but he’s pretty essential to what makes The Simpsons a show that has lasted more than quarter century. Shearer voices dozens of the show’s large and small characters, and though things are still up in the air according to show producers, there’s a good chance the famous comedian and voice actor might be leaving this show with the upcoming season.
Just how essential is Shearer to The Simpsons? We’ve ranked his 25 best characters, which only scratches the surface of the characters he voices. Will we ever see or hear these characters again? Read about the 25 best Harry Shearer Simpsons characters below. Read More »
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First there was a Rise. Then there was a Dawn. Now there will be a War. Yes, the title of Matt Reeves‘ 2017 Planet of the Apes prequel has now been revealed. It’ll be called War of the Planet of the Apes. Read more about the film below. Read More »
Fox is getting deeper into its rights package for Marvel’s mutant characters, and has put in motion a plan to create a New Mutants movie as a spin-off from the X-Men movie series. Josh Boone, the writer/director behind Fox’s The Fault in Our Stars, and the guy who is doing The Stand for Warner Bros. and The Vampire Chronicles for Universal, will write and direct. Read More »
Ex Machina director Alex Garland‘s second major film was 28 Days Later, which he wrote for director Danny Boyle. The sequel to that film was only exec produced by Garland, and in general the writer/producer/director hasn’t seemed much interested in making sequels.
But there is talk of another sequel, and as it turns out, if that film does actually shoot the 28 Months Later story will be based on an idea Garland came up with. That’ll be it for him when it comes to that movie, however — Garland won’t be involved in 28 Months Later otherwise. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, May 12th, 2015 by Angie Han
The Devil Wears Prada is getting a makeover. Rent and Avenue Q producer Kevin McCollum is developing a stage musical adaptation of the 2006 film, which in turn was an adaptation of the 2003 novel by Lauren Weisberger. Get all the details on the Devil Wears Prada musical after the jump. Read More »
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Director Bryan Singer has been pretty generous about sharing photos from the set of X-Men: Apocalypse. We’ve already gotten to peek at new characters Nightcrawler (Kodi Smit-McPhee), Jean Grey (Sophie Turner), and Jubilee (Lana Condor). Now today, we have a new look at an old favorite: Charles Xavier, finally sporting his signature bald dome. See the James McAvoy bald pic after the jump. Read More »
If you frequent the programming on Comedy Central, hopefully you’ve fallen in love with the comedy series Broad City as much as I have. Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer make for quite a hilarious and raunchy comedic duo, and their eventual jump to the big screen was inevitable. Now there’s news of some feature film action for Jacobson and Glazer as the two performers are teaming up with a filmmaker who has plenty of experience with funny women on film. Read More »
We’ve been hearing about an extended cut of X-Men: Days of Future Past since last fall. The longer edition of the film has been called the Rogue Cut, mostly because it gives the power-stealing mutant played by Anna Paquin some more screentime thanks to a subplot that originally ended up on the cutting room floor. We’ve heard details about this cut of the film being 17 minutes longer, and the home video release also having some new extras as well. Now Bryan Singer has made an official announcement with the X-Men: Days of Future Past: Rogue Cut release date and a tease of other changes in the film beyond the inclusion of more Rogue. Read More »
Independence Day‘s Thomas J. Whitmore is one of the most beloved U.S. Presidents in movie history. But even in a world nearly eviscerated by hostile alien forces, POTUS isn’t a lifetime gig. So in Independence Day 2, the Oval Office will be taken over by Sela Ward. More on the new Independence Day 2 president after the jump. Read More »