That's included some touching and heartfelt posts from co-stars Lesley-Ann Brandt and Tom Ellis as well as writer Chris Rafferty, who penned the Kevin Alejandro-directed penultimate ninth episode "Goodbye, Lucifer." But some confusion developed along the way with all of this talk of "lasts' that Episode 609 was the last episode of the series (trust[...]
Disney +'s The Mandalorian is set to return for a second season in October 2020 with Jon Favreau back in charge, and viewers are already counting the days
"Doctor Who" Trailer: Something's Coming for the Doctor. She Can Feel It; Series 12 Materializing "Early 2020"
pic.twitter.com/qXLm6Jppgm — Doctor Who Official (@bbcdoctorwho) November 23, 2019 Speaking with RadioTimes, series showrunner and head writer Chris Chibnall explained that the goal of this season is to give both new and long-time Doctor Who fans a better appreciation of the scope of the Doctor's universe: "Last year was a recruiting year for the show, and I think[...]
With post-production on "Wonder Woman 1984" well underway, director, producer, and co-writer Patty Jenkins has inked an exclusive TV deal with Netflix.
Netflix is moving forward on Charlie Covell's (writer of the former) new darkly comic series (the latter), described as a contemporary reimagining of Greek mythology that would explore themes of gender politics, power, and life in the underworld. Nina Lederman will executive produce for All3Media, joining Tanya Seghatchian and John Woodward from U.K.-based indie producer Brightstar. KAOS[...]
From the creative minds of writer/executive producer Chris Fedak (Chuck) and executive producers Greg Berlanti, Martin Gero, and Sarah Schechter, Deception takes one of those righteously cool concepts you sometimes find yourself debating friends over in a diner at 2 a.m.: start using magicians and escape artists as "special consultants" to law enforcement to help them[...]
That means when you run out of power for the night- no more security doors and no more lights! If something isn't right- namely if Freddy bear or his friends aren't in their proper places, you must find them on the monitors and protect yourself if needed! As a screenwriter, Columbus' credits include Gremlins, The Goonies[...]
Credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock.com Looks like La La Land's Damien Chazelle will be stepping out on the town with someone other than Netflix, with the award-winning director/screenwriter/producer receiving a direct-to-series order by Apple for a new dramatic series While details on the series are still under wraps, Chazelle will write and direct every episode; and[...]
Television is heading for a new "nuclear age," with Pulse Films optioning Vanity Fair journalist William Langewiesche’s book The Atomic Bazaar for series.
That said fingers are crossed for the film." Understanding Comics is a set text at film schools, could this kind of thinking see a spate of screenwriters attempt to improve their skills via the medium of comic books? Again, can we get Aaron Sorkin to write a superhero comic? Entertainment Weekly ran an interview with Chuck Palhniuk[...]
And Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, Constantine, Blade, Blade II, Blade Trinity, Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance, Blade the TV series, Nick Fury: Agent of SHIELD The Crow: City Of Angels. Also non-directly comic book inspired film and TV shows, such as Jumper, FlashForward and DaVinci's Demons. But there is also Sandman, Brooklyn Animal[...]
And that Snyder will instead take on the also-relaunched-but-staying-monthly Detective Comics, also starring Batman. As part of… whatever DC Comics' new Rebirth relaunch is, I understand from multiple parties that Tom King, writer of Grayson, Omega Men, Sheriff Of Babylon, Futurama and The Vision comics, is favourite at DC Comics to take the reigns[...]
Writers v artists is a stupid argument that distracts from actual problems such as fair artist's credit Please stop muddy-ing the water. — Declan Shalvey BOG BODIES out MAY 20 (@declanshalvey) December 7, 2015 Well we would… but no one else seems to be It started yesterday (this time) with Tony Daniel, a writer/artist for DC Comics[...]
I mentioned this earlier in a separate Ulises Farinas thread of discussion, but the empowerment of communication given to writers by publishers for the sake of easier movie and tv deals is killing this business It also enables people with questionable morals to take advantage of their creative partners, and is a pretty common occurrence[...]