NBC Is Doing Even More Heroes That Will Be Impossible For Them to Screw Up More Than They Already Have
by Rebecca Pahle | 4:15 pm, April 17th, 2014
What's with the name?
by Rebecca Pahle | 4:15 pm, April 17th, 2014
by Susana Polo | 2:03 pm, March 13th, 2014
It’s easy to forget that the Hulk has his own franchise, given that the character has been played by a different actor in each of his appearances (well, unless you count the end of Iron Man 3). It might also be that there hasn’t been a Hulk movie since before Marvel really started pushing the shared universe idea, which is a pity, because Mark Ruffalo did a pretty great job. But bits of the Hulk’s expanded cast have now been confirmed to appear in Agents of SHIELD.READ MORE
by Becky Chambers | 1:00 pm, February 23rd, 2014
Yeah. We’re surprised, too.
During last night’s Olympic coverage, NBC announced that Heroes will return as a stand-alone miniseries in 2015. 13 episodes of Heroes Reborn (no, not that Heroes Reborn) are on the docket, with Tim Kring, the original series’ creator, back in command. NBC’s press release is predictably vague on details, though NBC Entertainment President Jennifer Salke does suggest that some familiar faces may make an appearance.READ MORE
by Isabella Kapur | 2:45 pm, July 16th, 2013
Like a cheerleader with regenerative powers, Heroes is making an improbable comeback. The former NBC show will be getting a new comic book series from Dynamite Entertainment and Cullen Bunn. Bunn, famous for The Sixth Gunn and various Deadpool titles, will take the many preexisting characters from the show,which ran from 2006 to 2010, and steer their lives in unexpected directions, according to the press release from Dynamite, released in anticipation of San Diego Comic Con later this week. Apparently a fan of the original series, Bunn talked about where he wants to take the already comic-influenced world of Heroes in the new series.READ MORE
by Rebecca Pahle | 2:45 pm, April 17th, 2013
In news I didn’t think I’d see today, or ever: Xbox might pull a Netflix and bring a much-beloved show of their own back from the grave.READ MORE
by Rebecca Pahle | 2:00 pm, April 11th, 2013
Ahhh, binge watching. I love it and I hate it. Thinking of that time I watched 16 episodes of Community in one day fills me with pride, just as remembering how I spent that whole day slouched on the sofa, smelly and covered in popcorn kernels and spilled salsa, makes me feel the tiniest bit bad about the direction my life has taken.
Even if we feel bad about binge watching, we’ve all done it. And a recent study by The NPD Group has determined which shows we’re binge-watching most frequently.READ MORE
by Jill Pantozzi | 10:16 am, January 10th, 2013
by Alanna Bennett | 12:30 pm, August 14th, 2012
Showtime is saying goodbye to two of its female-headed shows soon; Weeds airs the end of its eight season run this September, and The Big C will end with four hour-long episodes next year. The network won’t be completely bereft of shows with women in the lead role, however; Jodie Foster is developing a show that kind of sounds like the female Sopranos.READ MORE
by Jill Pantozzi | 1:17 pm, March 13th, 2012
There’s been extra spoiler arguments lately due to recent happenings on The Walking Dead. Hell, even AMC accidentally spoiled something on their website. We do our best here at The Mary Sue to make sure we don’t spoil anything for you but we all make mistakes sometimes. (When debating a spoiler just yesterday, Jamie asked me if a baby could have been conceived and born since the time the event took place. That’s her rule.) But for those who blatantly spoil entertainment for the rest of us, a few Hollywood actors are here to lay down the law. Nelsan Ellis (Lafayette from True Blood), Andre Royo (Bubbles from The Wire), Julie Benz (Rita from Dexter), Michael Trucco (Anders from Battlestar Galactica), Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori from The Walking Dead), and Masi Oka (Hiro from Heroes) present the spoiler rules. The only missing thing from this video? Alex Kingston’s River Song.
(via College Humor)
by Susana Polo | 1:17 pm, July 14th, 2011
This is the first trailer for Disney’s John Carter of Mars, based on Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Barsoom series, which follows the adventures of the titular Marty Stu John Carter, a Civil War veteran who cannot remember his own past and who is transported inexplicably to the planet of Mars where he finds a couple of vastly different, vibrant, warring civilizations.
No! Wait, don’t go away! I know this is a story you’ve heard a beeeeeellion times before but just let me talk about why I’m kind of excited for John Carter of Mars.READ MORE