Wahlberg confirms Ted sequel
Actor Mark Wahlberg has confirmed that there will be a sequel to director Seth MacFarlane's hit comedy movie Ted. Wahlberg made the announcement on Anderson Cooper's talk show Anderson Live. The Ted star & his furry co-lead will also be part of this year's Oscar telecast.Email Me! - When Available!
Howard is All I've Got
Director Ron Howard is attached to helm the supernatural drama All I've Got for Paramount Pictures & JJ Abrams' Bad Robot, Vulture reports. The film is a remake of Margalit Keren's 2003 Israeli telemovie Kol Ma She'Yesh Li which centres on a woman's choice after she dies and goes to the afterlife.Email Me! - When Available!
Neeson to Run All Night
Liam Neeson is set to star in Warner Bros. new action film Run All Night, Deadline reports. Neeson will play a mob hitman who is forced to take on his former boss and ends up on the run with his estranged son. The studio is also in talks with Jaume Collet-Sera to direct.Email Me! - When Available!
Fallout headed to TV?
Dark Horizons is reporting that Bethesda Softworks may be creating a TV series adaptation of its long-running & highly-acclaimed game series Fallout. The news comes after the publisher filed a trademark application that included mention of an ongoing TV series.Email Me! - When Available!
Cooper to play Bond creator Fleming
British actor Dominic Cooper has been cast as James Bond creator Ian Fleming in a four part biopic mini-series from Sky Atlantic, Variety reports. The mini will be set during World War II when British Naval Intelligence recruited the future author for its undercover campaign against the Nazis.Email Me! - When Available!
Alphas cancelled after 2 seasons
Syfy has decided not to renew its action sci-fi drama Alphas for a 3rd season, Deadline reports. The series, which starred David Strathairn, ended its second season on a cliffhanger note in the aftermath of a terrorist attack.Email Me! - When Available!
R.I.P. Conrad Bain
Veteran actor Conrad Bain has died of natural causes at age 89. Bain began his acting career in 1952 in an episode of Studio One. He went on to appear in shows like The Defenders, Dark Shadows, & Maude before his iconic role as the adoptive father in Diff'rent Strokes.
Drop Dead Diva dropped
Lifetime has opted not to order a 5th season of dramedy series Drop Dead Diva, Deadline reports. The show starred Brooke Elliott as a dead aspiring model trapped in the body of an intelligent, curvy lawyer. Series producer Sony Pictures TV is considering shopping the show elsewhere.