June 25, 2011


It’s that time of the week again: a time when I completely overlook the plethora of coverage we’ve provided our readers with in the preceding week, all in the name of bringing you the best stories we have to offer. In this week’s “Top 5″ installment you’ll find all kinds of premium content such as Michael Caine’s potential The Dark Knight Rises spoiler, our set visit coverage of The Muppets, the first images from Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit, producer Dean Devlin talking about potential sequels for Independence Day and Stargate, and our exclusive interview with Frank Darabont and producer Gale Anne Hurd regarding AMC’s The Walking Dead.

Hit the jump to find brief recaps and links to each.

1. Michael Caine Talks THE DARK KNIGHT RISES; Did He Give Away a Spoiler?


When projects are as shrouded in secrecy as Christopher Nolan films typically are, just getting actors to admit that they’re shooting the film is quite an achievement. Michael Caine does that and a little bit more for Steve at the Cars 2 press junket.

2. THE MUPPETS Set Visit Coverage


Let’s face it: getting older kind of sucks. That’s why you should take a break from the “real world” and revisit your youth with our set visit video blog for director James Bobin’s The Muppets starring Jason Segel (who also co-wrote the pic) and Amy Adams. If that is to your liking, I’m also recommending that you read Steve’s set interviews with Jason Segel, Amy Adams, James Bobin, and co-writer Nicholas Stoller.

3. First Images from THE HOBBIT


So, you may have heard that some guy named Peter Jackson is returning to J.R.R. Tolkien’s classic work to film a couple of pics based on The Hobbit. In case you’re familiar, I suggest checking out the first images from the film by clicking here.

4. Producer Dean Devlin INDEPENDENCE DAY Sequels and More at the Saturn Awards

Dean Devlin Saturn Awards slice

If you’re like me, every fourth of July you think to yourself, “Why isn’t an Independence Day sequel coming out this weekend?”. If you want some details on when/if that dream may ever be realized, click here to check out our video interview with producer Dean Devlin at the Saturn Awards.

5. Frank Darabont and Producer Gale Anne Hurd Talk THE WALKING DEAD Seasons 2 & 3

Frank Darabont and Gale Anne Hurd Talk THE WALKING DEAD Season 2 slice

Although we won’t get to partake in Season 2 of AMC’s The Walking Dead until October, hearing showrunner Frank Darabont and producer Gale Anne Hurd talk about gore, their favorite characters, and the future of the series is the next best thing. Click here to read (or listen) to our exclusive interview at the Saturn Awards. Also, in case Darabont and Hurd whet your zombie appetite, you can click here to read Bill’s fairly comprehensive overview of what you can expect from Season 2.

Around The Web


Graham Moore and Marc Forster’s Outbreak Drama Gets Series Order at NBC

NBC has set a ten-episode order for the as-yet-untitled series, formerly known as 'Patient Zero,' from the screenwriter of 'The Imitation Game' and the director of 'World War Z'.

Stream This: Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda Weather Divorce in GRACE AND FRANKIE

"It means 'I fuck your village.'"

GOTHAM Season 2: Harvey Dent Promoted to Series Regular

Nicholas D’Agosto will be back to make an even bigger dent in the series.

Watch: Trevor Noah Tries Out THE DAILY SHOW Chair; Premiere Date Announced

Here's our first look at Noah's "new and sexy" version of 'The Daily Show'.

Watch a 3-Minute Supercut of THE WIRE’s Use of Tautology

Examples: "my name is my name!" and "the king stay the king."

BALLERS: Second Trailer Features Dwayne Johnson Hustling to Sign Star Athletes

"Football has a way of making a man feel invincible."

HALT AND CATCH FIRE Season 2 Trailer: Welcome to Mutiny

The show returns to AMC on Sunday, May 31st at 10pm.

New SENSE8 Character Trailers Reveal the Chosen Ones

Eight strangers, picked to live in a house, to find out what happens when things stop being polite, and start being real: 'Sense8.' Wait …

First FEAR THE WALKING DEAD Footage Featuring Kim Dickens and Cliff Curtis

It's mere seconds of footage, but it's better than nothing.

ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK’s Jenji Kohan Comments on Binge-Watching Backlash

Perhaps binge-watching is not the way of the future after all, or perhaps it's just not meant for every series; Jenji Kohan, Matthew Weiner, and more weigh in.

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