Despite sound issues ESO goes live again at Dragon*Con, talking to friends of the show and talking about the pro’s and cons of getting over 40,000 sci-fi and fantasy fans together. But that’s not all, also this week we talk about the newest Doctor Who “Night Terrors” and Episode 9 of Torchwood: Miracle Day “The Gathering”
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: ESO Live from Dragon*Con 25
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by Kevin Melrose, Source: Spinoff Online
Just when it seemed as if the doors had closed on Locke & Key, another hope has emerged for the adaptation of the acclaimed horror comic by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez: MTV.
The well-reviewed pilot, from executive producers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, writer Josh Friedman and director Mark Romanek, was rejected in May by Fox, leading producers to unsuccessfully pursue Syfy and The CW before ultimately dismantling the sets and allowing the cast’s options to lapse.
But now, following the pilot screening organized by IDW Publishing at Comic-Con International and the leak last month of an early trailer, Deadline asserts there’s interest from MTV’s head of programming David Janollari, who likes the supernatural thriller but has yet to meet with producers. Continue reading
By Nathalie Caron, Source: Blastr.com
Fact: Ryan Reynolds was pretty damn cool as Deadpool in the first Wolverine movie. Other fact: Almost every one of us hated how the character eventually turned out toward the end of the film and how he … um … died. But fear not: The character will be redeemed in his still-in-the-works upcoming solo outing.
“Yes, he was treated totally wrong in the Wolverine film, and yes, we will redeem him,” promised producer Lauren Shuler Donner during a press junket for the release of X-Men: First Class on DVD and Blu-Ray due out Friday, Sept. 9 (tomorrow, folks).
With Ryan Reynolds still keen to play Marvel’s badass mercenary Wade Wilson, aka Deadpool, and visual effects artist Tim Miller attached to direct it, the film seems to be on the right track to finally appear on the big screen. And we’re 100 percent looking forward to it. Continue reading