By Marc Bernardin, Source: Blastr.com
Even though we can’t say we’re surprised—given the robust ratings performance and awards recognition—we’re pleased nonetheless: HBO’s epic adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s fantasy saga is getting another season to cast its spell.
After just the second episode of this current season, HBO is opening the treasury and giving a king’s ransom to executive producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss to continue their adaptation of Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire series. Continue reading
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PULPED! The Official New Pulp Podcast presents: THE RUBY FILES GETS PULPED!
Host Tommy Hancock brings on a whole herd of Pulp Cats to talk about Airship 27 Productions’ latest original anthology – THE RUBY FILES! Listen as Ron Fortier, Rob Davis, Sean Taylor, William Patrick Maynard, Mark Wheatley, Andrew Salmon, and ESO’s Bobby Nash discuss noir, hard boiledness, gumshoes, dames, and more! Learn about the creation, writing, and art behind this brand new chapter in the history of Private Eye Pulp!
You can listen to THE RUBY FILES GETS PULPED! now at http://pulped.libsyn.com/webpage/pulped-the-official-new-pulp-podcast-the-ruby-files-gets-pulped-
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By Trent Moore, Source: Blastr.com
No character is guaranteed tomorrow in a show like AMC’s The Walking Dead, but it seems at least one recurring guest star should be sticking around for most of season three. Can you guess who?
TV Line is reporting that Lauren Cohan, who plays Hershel’s daughter Maggie, has been promoted to a series regular for the upcoming third season. Maggie started out just chewing scenery in early season two, but picked up a bit more screen time after brewing up a romance with everyone’s favorite forager Glenn. Continue reading
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by Rebecca Ford , Source: The Hollywood Reporter
The musical, which has been on Broadway since 1997, has officially surpassed “The Phantom of the Opera” for the top spot.
There’s a new king on Broadway.
The Lion King, adapted from Disney’s smash 1994 animated movie, has become the all-time highest-grossing show on Broadway, surpassing Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera. Continue reading