Powers trailer

Here’s the first Powers trailer, giving us the first really good look at the PlayStation Network adaptation of the comic book series from Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming. In the show, Sharlto Copley and Susan Heyward star as Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim, two cops who specialize in cases involving “powers,” or people with superhuman abilities. The ten-episode first season also stars Eddie IzzardNoah TaylorOlesya RulinMax Fowler, and Adam Godley. The pilot was directed by David Slade. Check out the footage below. Read More »

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Uncle Buck

TV networks may want to start checking with filmmakers before rushing ahead to remake their works. Earlier this week, a Say Anything… TV series was announced and then swiftly scrapped when Say Anything… movie director Cameron Crowe objected loudly and publicly. Now it’s possible ABC’s planned Uncle Buck reboot could meet the same fate.

While neither director John Hughes nor star John Candy are alive to offer their opinions on the project, their families are speaking up on their behalf. And long story short, they are not at all happy. Hit the jump to read their comments.

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Guardians of the Galaxy

Two years ago, most people had no idea who the Guardians of the Galaxy were. They were so unknown, in fact, that a lot of the early marketing poked fun at the Guardians’ relative obscurity. (“Who?”) But one record-breaking summer movie later, Star-Lord is the hottest rising star in Hollywood and Groot is everyone’s new best friend.

They’re so popular, in fact, that they’re now getting their own TV show. Marvel announced today that an animated Guardians of the Galaxy TV series will be coming to Disney XD in 2015. Hit the jump to see the first Guardians of the Galaxy TV series test footage and key art.

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12 Monkeys TV Series Premiere Date Set

12 Monkeys TV series

So as not to be left out of the pattern of producers redoing established film properties as television shows, SyFy has made a 12 Monkeys TV series. The show appears determined to expand the story told in Terry Gilliam’s film, with Aaron Stanford (Nikita, Pyro in the X-Men films) playing the Bruce Willis role of Cole, who travels back in time from 2043 in order to locate the source of a plague that will all but wipe out humanity. We’ve seen a trailer, and now SyFy has set the premiere date in stone.  Read More »

Lost in Space

Lost in Space is getting rebooted again. This time, the people doing the rebooting are Legendary TV and writers Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless, the scribes behind this weekend’s Dracula Untold.

Irwin Allen‘s TV series ran for 83 episodes across three seasons from 1965 to 1968. Previous efforts to revive the property have included the 1998 movie directed by Stephen Hopkins and a failed 2003 pilot directed by John Woo. Hit the jump for more on the newest Lost in Space reboot.

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Amazon Renews ‘Transparent’

Transparent renew

Amazon first started releasing original series last year, but it wasn’t until this fall’s Transparent that they had a real smash hit. The dramedy debuted to great critical acclaim, and attracted enough viewers to “smash Prime Instant Video records.” And so, because Amazon is not stupid, it’s going back for more. The company has just re-upped Transparent for a second season to premiere in 2015.

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Darth Vader Rebels

This was rumored a couple days ago, but now ABC and LucasFilm are pushing it hard: the Star Wars Rebels opening event episode, Spark of the Rebellion, will be re-aired on network television. But when Spark hits ABC it won’t just be the same thing we saw on Disney Channel a couple weeks ago. This time, Spark will feature some new material in which we see Darth Vader, once again voiced by James Earl Jones. Given that the companies are blasting out press releases with this info, we’ll assume that it will end up in ads for the re-airing, and that it isn’t a spoiler.

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9 Current Movie and Television Trends I Hate

current movie tends and television trends

I’m a relatively positive guy. I love geeking out over the movies and television shows I really respond to, and I try to bring that enthusiasm to the site. But you can’t love everything. Here are 9 current movie trends (and also television trends) that I’m starting to hate.

Some of these things are Hollywood buzzwords that are current to this moment. Other things are storytelling cliches that have existed for a long time and either just won’t die or have somehow made big new homes in today’s pop culture landscape. And as the business of filmmaking evolves, so does the content, distribution and consumption of films. That leads to interesting times that aren’t without their annoyances. What current movie tends are annoying me as of late? Which television trends do I hate? Find out, after the jump.

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