Among the approximately eight thousand film-to-TV adaptations in development, Narc is distinguishing itself with some serious behind-the-camera talent. Joe Carnahan was already on board to direct the small-screen version of his 2002 crime thriller, and now Eminem has come aboard as the show’s music supervisor. And yes, the job involves writing original music.

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Kindergarten Cop

Another of Arnie’s old hits is coming back to life. A remake of Kindergarten Cop is reportedly in the works, likely for a home video release. More interesting is the notion that this could pave the way for a Kindergarten Cop TV series. More details on the Kindergarten Cop remake after the jump.  Read More »

Minority Report

Of the great many film to TV adaptations planned for the next few seasons, one of the most promising looks to be Fox’s Minority Report. Picking up ten years after Tom Cruise brought about the end of pre-crime program in Minority Report the movie, Minority Report the show follows one of the three pre-cogs, Dash (Stark Sands).

Though he’s trying to live a normal life, Dash finds himself still haunted by visions of the future. He’s able to put his gifts to use once more after he teams up with Lara (Meagan Good), a clever police detective. Watch the latest Minority Report teaser, featuring new footage from the show, after the jump. Read More »

Melissa Benoist as Supergirl (CBS)

The latest DC Comics TV adaptation is ready to take flight. CBS has just set a fall premiere date for Supergirl, starring Melissa Benoist as the titular superheroine.

Also announced is the premiere date for Limitless, the small-screen follow-up to the 2011 Bradley Cooper thriller. Get the Limitless and Supergirl release dates after the jump.  Read More »

The Boondock Saints II- All Saints Day

After years of attempts to get another Boondock Saints sequel off the ground, writer-director Troy Duffy is trying a different tactic to bring back the MacManus twins. Duffy is set to write and direct a TV prequel series based on his cult hit films. Stars Norman Reedus and Sean Patrick Flanery won’t star, but may serve as co-executive producers.

Get all the details on the Boondock Saints TV prequel series after the jump.  Read More »

Scream mask

You got your first look at Ghostface’s replacement last week; now see the new masked killer in action. MTV has unveiled a new trailer for Scream, based on the hit film franchise. The iconic mask has changed, and the kids are chatting on iPhones instead of landlines, but the meta sense of humor remains. Watch the latest Scream trailer after the jump.  Read More »

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Rapunzel is climbing back down to the small screen. A Tangled TV series is coming to Disney Channel in 2017, with Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi set to reprise their roles as Rapunzel and Eugene (a.k.a. Flynn Rider). Get all the details on the Tangled TV series after the jump.  Read More »

Vincent Chase Entourage

The career of mega-star actor Vincent Chase can be traced back to a single word: “Mentos.” Mega-agent turned studio head Ari Gold saw the fresh-faced young Queens actor in a commercial and instantly knew he’d be a star. Fast-forward 15 years and Chase, who has become one of the most notorious, controversial and famous actors in the world,  is starring and directing in the first film Gold has put together as studio head. Hyde is a modern day, cyber retelling of the Jekyll and Hyde story that has gone way over budget for the first time director and threatened the career not only of Gold, but Chase as well.

How did Chase get to this point? How does an actor in a Mentos commercial become one of the most polarizing and popular presences in Hollywood? We’ll tell you, going from his first major studio film Head On, to his Sundance darling Queens Boulevard, his James Cameron mega-hit Aquaman, moving into a producer role for Medellin, a Martin Scorsese driven-comeback in Gatsby and so much more. Join us for the insider ride through the entire Hollywood career of mega-star turned first time director Vincent Chase. Read More »

unbreakable tv show

Say what you will about M. Night Shyamalan, but his films do get people talking. Five years after the much-reviled The Last Airbender and 15 years after the much-loved Unbreakable, he’s still fielding questions about both.

While on the press tour for his latest endeavor, the actually pretty well-reviewed Wayward Pines, Shyamalan offered his latest defense of The Last Airbender, and floated the idea of an Unbreakable TV show sequel. Read the M Night Shyamalan Last Airbender and Unbreakable comments after the jump.  Read More »