Eric Sykes Dead: UK Comic Actor Dies At 89 LONDON — Eric Sykes, the widely-acclaimed British comedy actor and writer, died Wednesday. He was 89. Sykes was one of the most popular comic actors of his generation, appearing in shows in London's West End into his 80s. He began his career writing ... 07/5/2012 - 1:11 am | View Link
British comic actor Eric Sykes dead at 89 LONDON (AP) — Eric Sykes, the widely-acclaimed British comedy actor and writer, died Wednesday. He was 89. He died at his home after a brief illness, said manager Norma Farnes. Sykes was one of the most popular comic actors of his generation, appearing ... 07/4/2012 - 9:07 pm | View Link
Eric Sykes | British comic actor, 89 Eric Sykes, 89, a widely acclaimed British comedy actor and writer, died Wednesday at his home after a brief illness, manager Norma Farnes said. Mr. Sykes was one of the most popular British comic actors of his generation, appearing in shows in London's ... 07/4/2012 - 9:00 pm | View Link
UK comic actor Eric Sykes dies LONDON (AP) — Eric Sykes, the widely acclaimed British comedy actor and writer, died Wednesday. He was 89. Sykes was one of the most popular comic actors of his generation, appearing in shows in London’s West End into his 80s. He began his career ... 07/4/2012 - 5:04 pm | View Link
Eric Sykes, British Comic Actor, Is Dead at 89 LONDON (AP) — Eric Sykes, one of the most popular British comic actors of his generation, died on Wednesday. He was 89. His manager, Norma Farnes, said he died after a brief illness but did not say where. Mr. Sykes appeared on television, in movies and ... 07/4/2012 - 3:00 pm | View Link
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Following the first reboot in 2009 and word of a second one currently in development, fans of the "Friday the 13th" franchise are patiently waiting for another go around with Jason Voorhees however they can get it.
Today comes word that Gun Media has launched a Kickstarter campaign for a "Friday the 13th" video game that would see Kane Hodder reprising the role after playing it in four of the sequels.
The upcoming "DC's Legends of Tomorrow" spin-off series is going for broke according to showrunner Phil Klemmer. Talking with Collider he says sixteen episodes for this third leg in the "Arrow" and "The Flash" universe have been commissioned and they are proceeding as if this is a one-off:
"We're not looking beyond these sixteen episodes, and by the time we're done with these sixteen episodes we're going to leave these characters in a place where we couldn't repeat season one if we wanted to
This is much more like an anthology show where we're like sprinting for a finish line and we don't know where it's going to end, but we're pretty sure that it's going to leave us in place that we can't just start the race over next year.
Sure "Jurassic World" and a few other Summer blockbusters did bigger business, but so far this year no film really hit the pop culture zeitgeist quite like George Miller's "Mad Max: Fury Road". Reviews were phenomenal and many industry people were just blown away by the action masterpiece.
With its sci-fi and genre trappings though, not to mention its brutality and dark appeal, it also seems like the kind of film that the stuffier members of the film awards bodies who tend to go for something more conservative and less pulpy.
It has been a big day for the biggest female star in the world right now - Jennifer Lawrence.
First up, "The Hunger Games" and "X-Men" actress has dropped out of Richard Linklater's romantic dramedy "The Rosie Project" which is being developed by Tri-Star Pictures.
An adaptation of the book by Graeme Simsion, the story follows a socially inept genetics professor who comes up with a scientifically sound survey to find the perfect mate.