Posts Tagged Under fox
Sorry about the lateness of this episode. Ran off to work without having uploaded the episode. Anyway, this week we take a look at some of the shows coming to TV in Fall of 2010 that have piqued our interest. Enjoy!
FOX and BBC agree that Torchwood isn’t a good fit for network television.Posted in Television News
Fox has a history of picking up shows that have no chance of succeeding on their network. Will Torchwood become the latest casualty?Posted in Television News
Not much to say, other than: Dollhouse has been cancelled by Fox. Stop acting like you’re surprised. The series will finish it’s 13 episode run. There will be an ending.Posted in Television News
Chuck and Dollhouse have now been officially picked up for next season. However, both return with a share of bad news. Dollhouse will be returning to Friday nights once again. As for Chuck, not only has it only been picked up for 13 episodes, but it’s budget will see a significant cut. Both cases are better than the alternative, which is exactly what Terminator will be seeing: cancellation.Posted in Television News
In this episode it’s our full spoilerific review of the lastest X-Men film adaptation, and this time its actually supposed to be about Wolverine as opposed to all the other times.Posted in Two Geeks
“I believe that someone, something, wants this world to burn.” Sarah Conner spoke these words in the season (probably series) finale of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles titled “Born to Run.” And the biggest thing we learn from the finale, is that someone is not who we think.Posted in Television Reviews
Good news for Dollhouse and Terminator: Sarah Conner Chronicles fans.Posted in Television News
“How come when nobody knows and it doesn’t make sense, they come to us?”Posted in Television Reviews
“Nothing is what it appears to be.”Posted in Television Reviews
Fox Studios have announced that director Gavin Hood and the cast and crew of X Men Origins: Wolverine are returning to Toronto for massive reshoots.Posted in Movie News, Movies, Television News
Twentieth Century Fox is bringing the Japanese anime TV series “Cowboy Bebop” to the big screen and they want Keanu Reeves.Posted in Movie News
A court conference between FOX and Warner Bros. attorneys set for tuesday has been cancelled, what does that mean for the movie release.Posted in Movie News
20th Century Fox and The Multiverse Network announced today that they are working on a Buffy the Vampire Slayer Massively Multiplayer Online game.
The game will be unique to the growing number of MMOs in the market by having two modes- a 2D flash, web-based version, and a fully 3D world with a dedicated client. The game will be hosted inside Multiverse’s “Multiverse Places”.
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