Another comic book series is going the way of live-action adaptation. This time, it's the obscure "Lazarus" comic book series of Greg Rucka and Michael Lark, which was published under Image Comics in 2013. Legendary Television and Mark Tolmach of Tolmach Productions will be working on a TV adaptation of the comic book series after they acquired the rights to the series recently.
The story is interesting enough. It is set in a dystopian futuristic world, where only a handful of families control society. Each family has their own Lazarus, a genetically-engineered, invincible being who is the family's protector. As protector, the Lazarus will use any means possible to protect the family's interests.
The key character in the series is a Lazarus called Forever Carlyle. Like any other Lazarus, "she uses force and deception to keep her family and their interests safe," according to a report in The Hollywood Reporter. more >>
This week's episode of the hit TV drama series "Revenge" will see more explosive developments as spoiler reports indicate that show lead Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) might come out with one major secret that will ultimately give answer to all the chaos happening in the Hamptons. There's also the talks about the show's season renewal which, as it appears, seemed pretty slim.
Last week's episode titled "Loss" saw the "tragedy" that fell on the avenging Margaux (Karine Vanasse) when she was run over by a yellow taxi cab in New York.
Using this unfortunate event, Margaux will tap on Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) to take over what she started by telling the Grayson matriarch that it was Emily who pushed her into harm's way which, in effect, caused her to lose Daniel's baby. more >>
Actress Chloe Sevigny is returning to FX's "American Horror Story" for season five's "Hotel," this time as part of the regular cast.
"American Horror Story" executive producer, Ryan Murphy announced on Twitter he is bringing back "Bloodline" actress Chloe Sevigny as a series regular for season five of the FX horror television show titled "Hotel."
Actress, model and fashion designer Sevigny who received Oscar and Golden Globe nominations for Best Supporting Actress for her critically acclaimed performance in her first mainstream role in the 1999 film, "Boys Don't Cry," initially appeared on six episodes of the second season, "American Horror Story: Asylum" as the doomed nymphomaniac Shelley. more >>
"Killing Jesus," a National Geographic channel miniseries based on the life and death of Jesus Christ that will debut on Sunday, chose to do most of its filming in Morocco rather than the expected location shoot in Israel.
"We wanted to create a believable Palestine of 2000 years ago," said director Chris Menaul to The Christian Post at a New York City special premiere event on March 23 . "What Morocco gave us was these amazing locations and faces. We used one village which had been a Jewish village up until 1974 when all the Jews got out at the time Yom Kippur was because they thought Africa wasn't the place to be anymore."
"It's still there and it was built hundreds of years ago exactly in the style of the villages that Christ lived in with mud bricks and courtyards, and very few people have moved into it." more >>
The third season of the hit romantic comedy TV series "The Mindy Project" has just recently ended with what E! Online called an "incredibly crafted" finale episode.
Fans saw how Daniel (Chris Messina) proved to Dr. Mindy (Mindy Kaling) that she is really the one by flying over to India.
Now that it's officially over, followers of the show were wondering what comes next for Mindy and the rest of the Shulman & Associates. Here's what we heard: more >>