Image copyright New Line Cinemas 2002 Wesley Snipes has been quite vocal about getting back into the role of Blade, regardless of whether Marvel Studios are on board or not. However, despite it being one of the actor's most well-known roles, Snipes is also open to playing any character from Marvel's large list of iconic … Continue reading Wesley Snipes Is Still Looking To Reprising His Role as Blade
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UPDATE: Amazon has officially announced their involvement with the Tolkien Estate and Trust and Warner Bros. to produce a Lord of the Rings TV series. And the news came no less than 90 minutes after we reported the *possibility* on our radio show. Thanks for the timing there guys! Great news for fans of Middle-Earth
We are so close to Hallowe'en that a load of my mobile games have implemented their spooky artwork, some of the big supermarkets have launched their Halloween adverts, and Robert Englund has spoken about his future as Freddy Krueger. Okay, that was quite tenuous, but the Nightmare on Elm Street star had some choice words for his future in one of horror's most iconic roles.
There aren't a great many things that scare me. Spiders. Moths. Cotton Wool. Clowns. So, guess what I get to talk to you about in this post. Yep, Stephen King's IT has been so successful that I couldn't not talk about the eventuality of a sequel. Yay, more clowns!