January 21, 2018

Third “G.I Joe” Film On The Way

The nine month delay of the "G.I. Joe" sequel looks to have been a smart move. With a simultaneous worldwide release over the Easter Holiday weekend, 'Retaliation' raked in an impressive $ 132 million global box-office opening ($ 51.7m domestic, $ 80.3m foreign). It was so good that Paramount is already reportedly moving forward with plans for … [Read more...]

Mark Gatiss Talks Third “Sherlock” Series

Mark Gatiss has confirmed that the first episode of the third series of the BBC's "Sherlock" will be called "The Empty Hearse". This is expected to be an adaptation "The Adventure Of The Empty House," Doyle's first story following the seeming death of Holmes at Reichenbach Falls. Gatiss says: "There’s certain things about The Adventure Of The … [Read more...]

Vancouver records third homicide of 2013

Vancouver has recorded its third homicide of the year. According to police, a 47-year old man was involved in a fight last night after being ejected from the Ivanhoe Pub on Main Street. The victim -- David William Floyd -- was unconscious when paramedics found him shortly before 10:00 p.m. He died in hospital. A 50-year old man is in police … [Read more...]

Man falling over third floor railing at Surrey pre-trial centre prompts review

A review will be done after a man accused of attacking multiple people in Vancouver’s West End in January hurt himself at Surrey's North Fraser Pre-Trial Centre Friday morning. Thirty-three year old Jerome Bonneric threw himself over a third floor railing. His lawyer says Bonneric has suffered injuries to his collar bone, hip, and head. "When … [Read more...]

Third “Hobbit” Pushed Back To Xmas 2014

No major surprise here. "The Hobbit: There and Back Again", the third and final film in Peter Jackson’s "The Hobbit" trilogy, has been pushed back five months. Originally slated for a July 18th 2014 release, Warners has moved the film back to a December 17th 2014 release - meaning this trilogy will match the original "The Lord of the Rings" … [Read more...]

Fox Enjoys A Third “Night at the Museum”

20th Century Fox is moving forward with a third film in the "Night at the Museum" series. Director Shawn Levy is back, as it actor Ben Stiller who will reprise his role of security guard Larry Daley. No story details are currently available. The involvement of scribes Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant isn't confirmed as yet. A December 25th … [Read more...]

HBO’s Third WW2 Mini Will Go Aerial

HBO has confirmed it is developing a third World War II miniseries from Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg following their successful collaborations on "Band of Brothers" and "The Pacific." The untitled miniseries will deal with aerial wars through the eyes of enlisted men of the Eighth Air Force - known as the men of the Mighty Eighth. Historian … [Read more...]

“Homeland” Resets For Its Third Season

SPOILERS AHEAD FOR SECOND SEASON Showtime's "Homeland" will undergo a minor reboot later this year in the wake of the events of the second season finale. Producer Howard Gordon says "it is a little bit of a reset, it is really promising at the same time." After universal acclaim for its first season, the second season of the series has met a … [Read more...]

Showtime Gives “Homeland” A Third Season

Perhaps the least surprising renewal news this year, Showtime has ordered a third season of its suspense drama series "Homeland" reports Deadline. Sunday night's episode averaged 1.75 million viewers for its 9 p.m. airing, the most-watched episode to date. The season 2 premiere has been seen by 5.7 million viewers across Showtime's various … [Read more...]

Strong Adapts Third “Hunger Games” Novel

Double Emmy-winning "Game Change" and "The Butler" scribe Danny Strong has been hired to pen the scripts for the two-film adaptation of "Mockingjay", the final chapter in "The Hunger Games" franchise at Lionsgate. The news comes from Variety who added that the studio had no comment. The two films are scheduled for a November 21st 2014 and … [Read more...]