Archive for January 31st, 2012
Josh asks Sally and Aidan if he looks extra “wolfy” today and while Sally responds by saying no, Josh proceeds to explain that he was approached by another werewolf and was asked to help her release her werewolf brother from the pysch ward. A shocked Sally asks why and he continues on by stating that he looked harmless and that he was afraid that he’d impose more harm institutionalized. Catch the sneak peek for Being Human to find out what other plans each of them have in the coming episode. Being Human airs Monday, February 6th at 9/8c.
An interesting 24 hours in the “games to screen” craze…it seems that Universal has been second-guessing its idea to bring a lot of Hasbro games to the big screen. Although Battleship is starting to generate heat, the studio has dropped plans for several others by placing them in turnaround (where other studios can pick them up), like Monopoly and Magic: The Gathering.
Stretch Armstrong has apparently landed on that list. It originally had Taylor Lautner (Twlight saga) attached to star, but Universal put it in to turnaround where it was picked up by Relativity Media – but now Lautner is out. Lautner’s people say it was their decision, but it also seems that the studio may not see Lautner as having enough draw.
Another former Universal/Hasbro project, Candy Land, was also placed in turnaround, and currently Columbia Pictures/Sony is in talks to develop the movie, with Ben Stiller (Bedtime Stories) set to star and possibly co-write the screenplay with Robert Smigel (Saturday Night Live) and directed by Kevin Lima (Enchanted).
Deadline is reporting that Stephen Amell (Hung, Private Practice) will star as the Green Arrow in a pilot for CW, which appears to have dropped “Green” from the title and will go with just Arrow. The Green Arrow is the superhero identity of wealthy playboy billionaire Oliver Queen, who uses all sorts of trick arrows to defeat his enemies.
Arthur faces a true test of his rule when he forces King Caerleon to sign a peace treaty that the King refuses to obey, putting his life at risk. King Arthur gives him one last chance to bring peace to both Kingdoms, just as their fathers once did but King Caerleon states he is not his father and neither is he. Tune-in to Syfy for an all new episode this Friday, February 3rd, at 10/9c and watch as Arthur faces the wrath of Queen Annis of Caerleon, a neighboring kingdom, after he kills her husband.