Perhaps the biggest news here is that a DeLorean Motor Company still exists. Based in Humble Texas, they supply parts and occasionally build new cars for DeLorean enthusiasts.
Now, they've announced a new electric version of the car. The company says they will begin selling the car built-to-order in 2013 for around $90,000. They say it will be able to hit 125 miles per hour, and have a range of at least 70 miles per charge.
Still, I can't shake the feeling that if my calculations are corr
Fox has decided not to renew "Terra Nova" for a second season. While the series had some problems, it was definitely showing signs of improvement, and had an amazing series finale. Unfortunately, it didn't have the ratings to justify the expense of each episode.
This does not necessarily mean the series is over. 20th Century Fox TV, which produces the series, is shopping the show to other networks. Maybe it would do better in the hands of Syfy or AMC.
What do you think? Are you sad to see
After last week's 90-minute Season Two premier drew a total of 7.3 million viewers, AMC announced that "The Walking Dead" will return for a third season next Fall.
The current season will run 13 episodes in total, with six airing in the fall, and the rest airing in 2012 starting February 12th.
Hopefully this time the show can continue without so much drama behind the camera.
Disney and LucasFilm have announced plans for a new Star Wars film every summer, beginning with Episode VII in 2015. The news comes from CinemaCon, where Disney also premiered < a href="http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/cinemacon-johnny-depp-shares-disneys-441486" target="_blank">new footage from the Lone Ranger, starring Johnny Depp.
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Joss Whedon has been busy with "The Avengers" and other side projects lately, but that doesn't mean he hasn't been thinking about a followup to "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog." In a recent interview, Whedon teased that work on a sequel could begin as soon as this summer.
"We are hard on it. It's been a really tough year — couple of years — partially, I'm happy to say, because of work," Whedon said. "We're stuck, basically, at this one part in the process. All of us are looking at this summer
Mary Tamm passed away today at the age of 62 after an 18-month battle with cancer. Tamm played the Doctor's companion Romana, alongside Tom Baker. A phenomenal actress, she also had roles on Wire in the Blood, Eastenders, and many great live theatre productions, including Private Lives and Abigail's Party.
"On set and offstage, her earthy northern humour and self-deprecating wit brightened every occasion. She was a consummate actress, and immensely popular
Maybe. During an interview with SFX magazine, Karl Urban seems to have revealed the name of Cumberbatch's Star Trek 2 villain.
When asked about Cumberbatch, Urban said, "He's awesome, he's a great addition, and I think his Gary Mitchell is going to be exemplary."
Yep. Gary Mitchell. For anyone who doesn't know, Gary Mitchell is a character from Star Trek's second pilot episode, "Where No Man has Gone Before." An old Starfleet Academy friend of Kirk's, Gary Mitchell became
In an interview with VH1, Matt Smith revealed he may be leaving "Doctor Who" as early as next year to move to Los Angeles. Nothing is officially confirmed, but he is definitely thinking about his post-doctor career.
"I've got another year of Doctor Who, but then I'm certainly going to come and give it a shot – come and hang out in LA… as you say, people like Andy [Garfield] have come over, and he's a mate of mine. I'm very proud to see him doing Spider-Man, 'cause we did a play together, and,
Warner Bros. has been sitting on the film adaptation rights to ElfQuest for a long time. They were close to actually making a movie, but now the rights have been acquired by independent filmmakers Stephanie Thorpe and Paula Rhodes. Who are they? They're the people who made this ElfQuest fan-short back in 2011.
Producer Rick McCallum talks about the challenges involved in making a "Star Wars" live action TV show. There's some good details revealed here. They have over 50 scripts completed, each an hour long. The show will take place between episodes three and four. The working title they have right now is "Star Wars: Underworld." Hopefully by the time they're able to actually produce the show, they'll have come up with something less generic.
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