Archive for March 13th, 2007
Futurama WILL finally return to television, after having been cancelled in 2002 and momentarily revived – but according to creator Matt Groening, it will be on DVD first. 16 episodes will be produced, being split among 4 DVDs with the first, FUTURAMA: BENDER?S BIG SCORE coming first in December. Then the episodes will be “reconfigured” and appear on Comedy Central.
Dexter O’Neill writes “Volume One will feature audio interviews with Gareth David-Lloyd (Torchwood), Deborah Watling (Doctor Who), and Phil Willmott (Jupiter Moon). Deborah Watling is best known for her role as Victoria in Doctor Who, alongside the second Doctor, Patrick Troughton. However many people aren?t aware of her extensive acting career on stage, film and television; Born into a theatrical family, her first onscreen roles were as a child in “William Tell” and episodes of ?The Invisible Man? (both in 1959). But it was her role as Alice in “The Life of Lewis Carroll” that brought her to the attentions of Doctor Who producer Innes Lloyd. Other television roles have included “The Newcomers”, “Danger UXB”, “Rising Damp” and “Doctor in Charge”, while her film work included “Take Me High” with Cliff Richard and “That’ll Be the Day” with David Essex.” Read More for further details.
Karen Bristow writes “Buzzy Multimedia proudly presents the unabridged audio book version of New York Times best-selling author Jim Butcher?s SUMMER KNIGHT, the fourth novel in his acclaimed Dresden Files series. James Marsters reads the tale of Chicago detective ? and practicing wizard ? Harry Dresden, who is drawn into investigating a murder in the world of Faerie that has the potential for literally Earth-shattering consequences. The 10-CD set is available April, 2007, list price $44.95 and CD MP3 edition list price $34.95” Read More for the rest of the details, and here is a link: Buzzy Multimedia