Just about everything I loved growing up is getting remade, but I definitely did not expect this (and I am not complaining). If you were a 90s kid like me, you'll definitely remember watching ReBoot airing on Saturday mornings. Well my friends, it looks like ReBoot, is getting a reboot.
Seems another Simpsons character will be biting the dust soon, joining Maude Flanders, Frank “Grimey” Grimes and Snowballs I through IV in the Springfield cemetery. Executive producer Al Jean admitted as much in a recent phone conference with the press, promoting Sunday's 25th season debut of The Simpsons.
From old sitcoms and cult classic movies to cartoon shows and action figures, we've been seeing a lot of our childhood being resurrected in the form of full-length feature films. Well, this familiar face is something I definitely wasn't expecting to see on theaters. Yep, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood will be getting the big screen treatment from Little Miss Sunshine directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris.
First we heard that The Flash would be getting his own television show, spinning off from The CW's Arrow. Then just recently, Fox picked up Gotham, a series that will center around Commissioner Gordon and the villains of Gotham City. Now we have another DC Comics character coming to television, and this time it'll be coming from the more supernatural side of the comic publisher's universe: John Constantine.
While we surely love to see our favorite superheroes on the big screen, we also like seeing them on television. DC Comics' has found success with Smallville years ago, and Arrow is doing fairly well on The CW. But what about Batman? The Batman universe is so rich with villains and personalities, it would be sad to not explore the criminal infested city of Gotham a bit further, right? Well, it looks like we'll be getting just that... except there won't be any Batman.
With the critically acclaimed series coming to a close, everyone's been talking about Breaking Bad recently (especially after its latest episode, Ozymandias, a chapter of the show in which many have praised to be the greatest hour of television ever, AND was able to rank a perfect 10/10 on IMDB). There are two more episodes left, and many people are wondering (and theorizing) how it will all end. A lot of people are also curious how they'll fit it all in two more hours. Well, it looks like these final episodes will be running longer than usual.
Starting today, the Rotten Tomatoes launches a separate TV Zone, which you have probably guessed, includes a Tomatometer for television shows, though the reviews will be rating show’s seasons, not individual episodes.
You know what's been hot lately? Spin-offs of your favorite films and television shows. From Harry Potter's new film series to The CW introducing the Flash in Arrow in hopes to jumpstart a spin-off based on the speedster, AMC has just green-lit a prequel to Breaking Bad based on Walt's lawyer, Saul Goodman. Now AMC is planning another spin-off series, but this time on their record breaking television show, The Walking Dead. Yep, get ready for more zombies.