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West Side Story Review 'Dazzling, & truly a throwback to old classic musicals/filmmaking'

Terminator Sequel Gets Terminated

After the disappointing box office results for Terminator Genisys last year, there was a lot of talk of recalibrating the attempted new trilogy. Now it appears Paramount is ready to put the brakes on even harder, removing the planned second film from its release schedule. The next Terminator film, which didn't have a confirmed cast, director or writers, but had been hoping to kick off shooting this year, had been sitting on the company's schedule in the prime early summer slot of May 19, 2017. Hopes had been high that Genisys would launch a revived Terminator franchise, but the critical reaction and the low turnout ($89 million in the US, with a slightly healthier worldwide response thanks partly to China) didn't instill confidence. There may well still be movement on the Terminator front, especially as the rights revert to creator James Cameron in 2019, but for now Arnie and co. are in timeline limbo. Still, Terminator's loss is Baywatch's gain, as the film ve

#FearTheWalkingDead Episode 2 "So Close, Yet So Far" Clip

The story is set in Los Angeles, starring Cliff Curtis, Kim Dickens, Frank Dillane, and Alycia Debnam Carey . Co-starring Mercedes Mason and Elizabeth Rodriguez This new series is exec-produced by Robert Kirkman, Gale Ann Hurd, Greg Nicotero and David Alpert, basically the guys who brought us “The Walking Dead” Exec-producer/showrunner Dave Erickson co-created and co-wrote the spinoff’s pilot with Robert Kirkman Please Leave A Comment-

#FearTheWalkingDead Featurette "The Characters"

Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd , star Kim Dickens and other cast and crew introduce the characters of the new series, Fear the Walking Dead . The story is set in Los Angeles, starring Cliff Curtis, Kim Dickens, Frank Dillane, and Alycia Debnam Carey. Co-starring Mercedes Mason and Elizabeth Rodriguez Watch the featurette After the Jump... This new series is exec-produced by Robert Kirkman, Gale Ann Hurd, Greg Nicotero and David Alpert, basically the guys who brought us “The Walking Dead” Exec-producer/showrunner Dave Erickson co-created and co-wrote the spinoff’s pilot with Robert Kirkman. Please Leave A Comment-

#FearTheWalkingDead A Look At The Series

FEAR THE WALKING DEAD premieres August 23rd at 9 PM ET/PT, the premiere episode is 90 minutes long. 1st season only has 6 episodes. “ Fear The Walking Dead ” season 2 will have 15 episodes. Watch the video after the Jump... The story is set in Los Angeles, starring Cliff Curtis, Kim Dickens, Frank Dillane , and Alycia Debnam Carey . Co-starring Mercedes Mason and Elizabeth Rodriguez This new series is exec-produced by Robert Kirkman, Gale Ann Hurd, Greg Nicotero and David Alpert, basically the guys who brought us “The Walking Dead” Exec-producer/showrunner Dave Erickson co-created and co-wrote the spinoff’s pilot with Robert Kirkman Please Leave A Comment-

First #FEARTHEWALKINGDEAD Promo Clip

Watch the promo for the upcoming series FEAR THE WALKING DEAD . The story is set in Los Angeles, starring Cliff Curtis, Kim Dickens, Frank Dillane , and Alycia Debnam Carey . Co-starring Mercedes Mason and Elizabeth Rodriguez . Watch the clip after the Jump... AMC has placed a two-season order for FEAR THE WALKING DEAD with the first season containing six one-hour episodes and it will premiere this summer on AMC. This new series is exec-produced by Robert Kirkman, Gale Ann Hurd, Greg Nicotero and David Alpert, basically the guys who brought us “The Walking Dead” Exec-producer/showrunner Dave Erickson co-created and co-wrote the spinoff’s pilot with Robert Kirkman Please Leave A Comment-

The Terminator Turns 30 Today.

Remember when the 21st century seemed like an eternity away? In the latter half of the last century, Hollywood got pretty imaginative guessing what awaited us in the near-future, with ray guns or hoverboards or some other gadget that is still, in 2014, years or decades away from even having the chance of becoming commonplace. Some of these films, like 1989's " Back to the Future Part II " (which depicted flying cars as a popular form of transportation in the year 2015) took an optimistic approach, while others (take 1982's grim " Blade Runner ") held a more dystopian view -- as was certainly the case with one of the most ground-breaking sci-fi films of that era, 1984's " The Terminator ." It was conceived as a low-budget flick that would quickly be forgotten (with almost no expectations from the studio that it would ever become a success), but " The Terminator " has defied just about all predictions over the last three decades.