Archive for October 25th, 2011
- I'm confused as to how the same VH1 interview Matt Smith said "another year" on #Who went from uncertain Friday to "confirmation" today. #
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The off-and-on The Dark Tower project, based on the Stephen King book series, may have found a home for the TV portion of the multi-media production, according to an interview that Brian Grazer gave to MTV News. Reportedly going through a budget-slimming process after Universal balked at the price tag for a “3 movie and 2 TV series” plan (Grazer says they’ve already cut $45 million), at least the TV portion may land at HBO. “We’re going to do ['The Dark Tower'] with HBO,” according to Grazer. “We’ll do the TV with HBO, and we’ll do the movie with… to be determined. We’ll do it right.”
No confirmation has come from HBO yet, but given that HBO greenlighted the ambitious Game of Thrones to excellent results, perhaps they can see the benefits beyond the risks. Meanwhile, Deadline reports that there is no deal actually in place.
Told you zombies were all the rage…AMC’s super-hit The Walking Dead has already been renewed for a third season, after only the second episode of the second season has aired.
We’ll see if they decide to fire anybody at the last minute this time