Starz will be hosting panels for its breakout hit Outlander and much anticipated Ash vs. Evil Dead at Comic-Con 2015 in San Diego.
The Ash vs. Evil Dead panel will take place in Room 6A in the San Diego Convention Center on Friday, July 10th at 6:00 pm. Panelists will include Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert, Bruce Campbell and Lucy Lawless.
The Outlander panel will take place in Ballroom 20 on Friday, July 12th at 4:00 pm. Panelists will include Ronald D. Moore, Diana Gabaldon, Catriona Balfe and Sam Heughan.
For further details, follow the jump.
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Ash is revving up his chainsaw in anticipation of the premiere of Starz’s Ash vs. Evil Dead series starring Bruce Campbell.
Check it out after the jump. Ash vs. Evil Dead premieres on Starz this fall.
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Lucy Lawless is going back to work for the guys who made her a star – and joining one of the most wacked out franchises ever.
Lawless will a mysterious figure called Ruby in the series which is being produced by Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert – the smart, smart guys who cast her as Xena, Warrior Princess.
Raimi will also direct the series premiere. Follow the jump for more details.
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The Color of Time was made by the members of a class James Franco taught at NYU – a peculiar mix of poetry and biography based on the poems by Pulitzer Prize winner C.K. Williams. The film’s content is a collection of vignettes composed of memories, poetry and Williams’ struggle to write new material as he prepares for an appearance to read his work.
The reason I say that The Color of Time feels like a student film is not because of any lack of polish, but because it looks and feels free of the need to be commercial; to fit into a specific niche. Franco’s students have clearly been taught well when it comes to both technique and thinking for themselves.
Continue reading The Color of Time – A Student Film That Feels Like It!
USA Network’s Burn Notice has reached the end of its critically acclaimed run. Its upcoming seventh season will be its last. It will become only the third USA Network series to pass one hundred episodes.
Burn Notice returns on Thursday, June 6th at 9/8C. For further details, follow the jump.
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Burn Notice (USA Network, Thursdays, 10/9C) returns tonight with a two-hour premiere and star/producer Jeffrey Donovan spent an hour on Tuesday (on his hiatus!) talking with a groups of journalists/bloggers about his character, Michael Westen’s darker than usual path this season; how he would describe where the Westen/Fiona relationship must, logically go, and he specific responsibilities as one of the show’s producers (no, it’s definitely not a vanity title!).
UPDATE: Burn Notice has been renewed for a thirteen-episode seventh season!
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Every time you think you’ve got Burn Notice (USA Network, Thursdays, 9/8C) figured out, its writers throw a curve – like changing Michael’s status from burned to active; like killing off one of the show’s best recurring villains (RIP Larry); like moving away from the case of the week at unexpected times; like changing up the timing on big event cliffhangers and hitting the core characters with unexpected loss; like this week’s highly irregular summer finale.
Continue reading Burn Notice: Catching a Ghost Has Consequences!
At the end of season five of Burn Notice (USA Network, Thursdays, 9/8C), things changed for Michael Westen when his long-time love and one-woman arsenal, Fiona Glennane, surrendered to the CIA. Tonight’s sixth season premiere picks up right where the fifth season finale left off.
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Burn Notice [USA Network, Thursday, 10/9C] creator Matt Nix cranks things up for the series’ mid-season premiere with Michael’s CIA security clearance, a powerful – and selective – computer virus and a kidnapping. And that’s just for starters!
Continue reading Burn Notice: Damned If You Do Finds Michael Between A Rock, A Hard Place and Another Rock!
Burn Notice [USA, Thursdays, 9/8C] returns for its fifth season with a big change – Michael Westen is no longer a burnt agent. He is, once again, working for The Company – albeit as an asset rather than an agent – and looking to capture the last remaining person behind his frame-up.
Continue reading Burn Notice: Back to Normal – Whatever the Hell That Is!