November 18, 2011

Arcade classic Rampage! to crush, crumble and chomp its way to theaters

By Adam Swiderski, Source: Blastr.com It’s a good day for giant monster movie news; first, we heard about Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim, and now word has come down the wire that the ’80s arcade juggernaut Rampage! will be getting the feature film treatment. Hey, they made a multiseason TV

End of the line, old chum!

Warner Bros. Animation has released two clips and a gallery of images from “Mitefall,” the series finale of Batman: The Brave and the Bold scheduled to premiere on Cartoon Network tonight, Friday, November 18th. Here’s how the network describes the episode: “In the series finale, Bat-Mite decides to cancel Batman: The

David Fincher pulls in Se7en writer to go 20,000 Leagues with him

http://blastr.com/2011/11/david-fincher-pulls-in-se.php” title=”David Fincher pulls in Se7en writer to go 20,000 Leagues with him” target=”_blank”>By Matthew Jackson, Source: Blastr.com David Fincher has what seems like dozens of future projects in the works right now, and one of them is a return to sci-fi with an adaptation of Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues

Stephen Soderbergh Leaves The Man From UNCLE, Starts Sniffing Out New Gigs

by Brendon Connelly, source: Bleeding Cool.com After eighteen months of development, Stephen Soderbergh has decided not to direct Warner Bros. do-over of The Man From UNCLE. The director and studio have apparently come to a parting of the ways over casting and the budget. Apparently Soderbergh was keen on either

BBC America Orders Five More Nerdist Specials

by Philiana Ng, Source: The Hollywood Reporter The cable network has ordered five more specials of The Nerdist, based on Hardwick’s popular podcast of the same name. The announcement comes weeks after the pilot for the show, hosted by Hardwick and featuring Doctor Who’s Matt Smith and Craig Ferguson, aired

BBC America and NPR Partner for First ‘Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!’ TV Special

by Michael O’Connell, Source: The Hollywood Reporter The public radio quiz show makes its television debut with a “2011 Year in Review” special in December. BBC America and National Public Radio announced Wednesday that seasoned quiz show Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! will get its first television special later in the

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