By Aly Bartholomew Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen is one of the most recognized novels in the world. In recent years, literary spin-offs and movie adaptations have become popular as well as a video blog. The web series was created by YouTube star Hank Green and writer/producer Bernie Su. The Lizzie Bennet Diaries follows the story of Elizabeth “Lizzie” Bennet, played by Ashley Clements, … Continue reading YouTube Spotlight: The Lizzie Bennett Diaries
By Aly Bartholomew Twenty years ago, audiences were captivated by The Lion King. Since 1994, the film has sparked two sequels- The Lion King 2 and The Lion King 1/2– a Broadway musical, and a short running television series – Timon and Pumba’s Wild Adventures. Disney Studios recently released another television series featuring both familiar and new Lion King characters. This TV movie and … Continue reading Disney’s The Lion King to have a new TV spin-off series and movie
By Aly Bartholomew Superhero origin stories are always a favorite among fans. Many Batman fans, including myself, are looking forward to FOX’s new superhero crime drama Gotham, premiering this Fall. The show follows detective Jim Gordon (who will rise to be Commissioner Gordon) as he takes on the corrupt city of Gotham. Fans needn’t worry that the show will focus exclusively on Gordon. … Continue reading New Trailer for Gotham Released
By Aly Bartholomew After coming to terms with Dave Letterman leaving CBS’s The Late Show, audiences learned of another late night shocker. Craig Ferguson, host of The Late Late Show, which airs after Letterman, has announced that he is leaving the program. According to Nina Tassler of CBS, it was entirely Ferguson’s decision. There is no word yet on who may replace Ferguson’s replacement. … Continue reading Craig Ferguson is Leaving The Late Late Show
By Aly Bartholomew Mrs. Doubtfire, the 1993 comedy starring Robin Williams, may be getting a sequel after twenty-one years. Though Fox 2000 studio has had the idea for a while, it had been on hold since 2001. That is, until director Chris Columbus and Robin Williams agreed on a story. David Berenbaum, writer for the hit Christmas movie Elf, has been hired to write the … Continue reading Is there a ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ sequel in the works?
By Aly Bartholomew Yes, gamers, it is true. An Assassin’s Creed movie is currently in pre-production and it is predicted to be in theatres in the summer of 2015. For fans of the exciting video game series, this is great news to say the least. According to Forbes.com, fans are excited for this movie’s potential but also a little worried, considering the track record … Continue reading Assassins’ Creed Movie Announced
By Aly Bartholomew Fans of the Comedy Central Show The Colbert Report are thrilled to hear that Stephen Colbert has been chosen to replace Dave Letterman as the new host of Late Night. The Colbert Report won an Emmy for Outstanding Variety Series, so viewers who are not familiar with Colbert’s work can be at ease knowing that Late Night will be passed onto a quality team. It is … Continue reading Stephen Colbert to replace Letterman on The Late Show