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MOCKINGBIRD LANE Featurette Gives You a New Behind-The-Scenes Look

New footage from Bryan Fuller's Mockingbird Lane is shown throughout this featurettee as cast members discuss the modernization of The Munsters.


Trailer For DOC OF THE DEAD - The Definitive Zombie Culture Documentary

Given the phenomenal success of The Walking Dead, it's not any stretch to say that Zombies are firmly ingrained in popular culture. This new doc - not due out until 2014 - explores their popularity, and features input from the likes of Simon Pegg, George A. Romero and many more..

Doc Of The Dead still needs help with funding to secure a release, and you can check out the official site and donate if you wish HERE. We will keep you updated on that , but for now you can check out the trailer below - worth watching alone to see Red Letter Media's Harry Plinkett throw pizza rolls at a Zombie hooker..


Mark Millar Confirms That Mark Hamill Will Appear In Matthew Vaughn's THE SECRET SERVICE

Will we see Mark Hamill return as 'Luke Skywalker' in Disney's Star Wars: Episode VII? We'll have to wait and see, but it appears as if the beloved actors next big screen appearance will be in The Secret Service. He agreed to allow Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons use his likeness in the comic book series, and as those of you who have read the book will know, it features the actor being kidnapped and meeting a rather gruesome (and undeniably humorous) end. Matthew Vaughn reportedly turned down the chance to helm X-Men: Days of Future Past (he'll still serve as producer) in order to start work on the adaptation of the Millarworld series, so expect to hear a lot more about the project very soon!


PRESS RELEASE: Fox Announce Air Date For The Two Hour Series Finale Of FRINGE

As the Fringe team fights for humanity’s future in the fifth and final season, the imaginative journey toward the end of the acclaimed series will culminate in a climactic conclusion during the two-hour final-two-episodes event Friday, Jan. 18 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. This milestone date will also celebrate the series’ 100th episode.

Series Co-Creator and Executive Producer J.J. Abrams reflected on the show’s run: "It has been an absolute honor to have been a part of the weird and wonderful world of FRINGE. I will always owe the cast and crew for pouring their hearts and souls into every dimension of this series. Creating the show with Bob Orci and Alex Kurtzman was a joy, but watching it evolve over the years into such an imaginative, insane and heartbreaking ride is nothing less than a thrill. I am grateful to our blessed fans, and to Kevin Reilly and Peter Rice and everyone at the glorious Fox network for allowing FRINGE to reach its bittersweet conclusion."

Executive producer and showrunner J. H. Wyman said, "Above all else, from the bottom of my heart, I would like to personally thank everyone involved with FRINGE. From the most amazing fans, to our incredible cast, writers and crew, and our wonderful partners at FOX and Warner Bros. – we would not be here without you. It simply cannot be overstated how grateful I am for the ongoing and unconditional support we have received over the past five seasons. It has been both mind-blowing and humbling. I’ve always been a fan of science fiction, and to be able to tell this story about a family – a family that, through everything, fought together for survival – has been a highlight of my career. As we approach the final chapter, I can hardly believe it, and I’m just truly thankful for this unparalleled experience."

"FRINGE has truly imagined the impossibilities over its five seasons and will go down in the books as one of FOX’s most riveting and creatively brilliant series," said Kevin Reilly, Chairman of Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company. "It has been a blast to work with J.J., Joel and their masterful creative teams, as well as with Anna, Josh and John and the rest of the most talented cast and crew in the business."

Throughout FRINGE’s thrilling five seasons, the series has followed Special Agent OLIVIA DUNHAM (Anna Torv), enlisted institutionalized “fringe” scientist WALTER BISHOP (John Noble) and his globe-trotting, jack-of-all-trades son, PETER (Joshua Jackson) as the Fringe team explored mysterious occurrences linked between parallel universes, doppelgängers, Observers and unimaginable threats. The unlikely trio supervised by Special Agent PHILLIP BROYLES (Lance Reddick) and assisted by ASTRID FARNSWORTH (Jasika Nicole) – often led them to science and technological corporation Massive Dynamic, founded by WILLIAM BELL (guest star Leonard Nimoy), and its enigmatic chief executive, NINA SHARP (Blair Brown).

The fifth and final flash-forward season of FRINGE is set in 2036, when the "Observers" have become ruthless rulers of a dystopian society. As the battle for the world’s future continues to unfold, the Fringe team is in the midst of making its final stand to save humanity. In the aftermath of the devastating loss of Peter and Olivia’s daughter, ETTA (guest star Georgina Haig), the intensity escalates as the combat continues and Peter makes a pivotal and game-changing move in the all-new "An Origin Story" episode that aired tonight (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.


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