Archive for November, 2011
According to Slash Film, the expanding universe of Mad Max might keep on expanding. A couple years ago when it was quite a surprise to learn that series creator/director George Miller had written a new Mad Max movie and would be bringing it to screens. That project, Mad Max: Fury Road, is set to star Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron and will hopefully shoot sometime in the first half of 2012.
Now Slash Film are claiming that Fury Road is actually the first of three new films, with the second potentially called Mad Max: Furiosa. So if Fury Road ever gets off the ground, we might end up with a whole new Mad Max trilogy.
Bestselling novelist Rick Castle (Nathan Fillion), continues to shadow Detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) supposedly as research for his best selling, fictional character Nikki Heat. Of course, fans of the show knew a longtime before season three began that Castle stays on the job for a lot more than just inspiration, but after their bust up at the end of season two, the third season begins with a very cold reception.
Of course things start to thaw, as the chemistry between Castle and Beckett soon heats up. But even though Castle’s stupendous hook up with his ex soon implodes leaving him eligible once again, romance isn’t on the cards for him as Beckett finds a beau. In fact in season three, Castle seems to be the only one who can’t find any love.
Fortunately his quick wit and thinking outside the box is still present throughout and the Castle and Beckett show just keeps getting better. Read the rest of this entry »
I’m not sold on the trailer, or some of the actors chosen to drive the show, but the premise of Alcatraz (and the fact that it’s created by JJ) has me interested. Of course, because it’s only beginning on FOX in the US in the New Year, unless SoHo picks it up (in which case many of us won’t get to see it) it will probably be at least a year before it hits TV screens in New Zealand, and probably up to 18 months before we see a DVD release. Read the rest of this entry »