The search for the actress to assume the role of Lily Munster on NBC's upcoming redux of the classic television series "The Munsters", entitled "Mockingbird Lane", has come to an end with a blonde that will no doubt be going dark. Hopefully really dark.
Ready for a quick peek behind-the-scenes of NBC's upcoming redux of the classic television series "The Munsters"? Of course you are, and via his Twitter account writer Bryan Fuller has posted images of one of Grandpa's outfits and the house itself under construction!
While we're still kind of rattled regarding yesterday's news that Jerry O'Connell would be playing Herman Munster on NBC's "Mockingbird Lane", we have to keep looking ahead and hoping for the best. In any event, more casting news has come.
Jerry O’Connell has been cast as Herman Munster in NBC’s “Mockingbird Lane”. Let me repeat that so it will fully sink in: Jerry O’Connell has been cast as Herman Munster. Nope, still hasn’t sunk in.
NBC's reboot of the classic TV show known as "The Munsters" is still very much on its way, and word has just broken that a young lad has been found to play the famed Eddie Munster on "Mockingbird Lane". Read on for the latest!
We've been talking about NBC reboot of "The Munsters", now titled "Mockingbird Lane", for a few months now; and other than some quick casting news there's been nothing to do but talk. Until now, that is.
The second bit of casting news for the upcoming NBC reboot of "The Munsters", now titled "Mockingbird Lane", has come in, and it's time to meet the most normal member of the family.
You know ... it's so incredibly mad that this first bit of casting news for the upcoming NBC reboot of "The Munsters", now titled "Mockingbird Lane", ... well ... it just might work! Read on for the details.
There's trouble on "Mockingbird Lane". Okay, not really, but sometimes we just revel in sounding all dramatic and stuff. In any event, yeah, we have a quick update regarding NBC's reboot of "The Munsters".
You know, combined with the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark article I wrote a short while ago, for whatever reason this latest nugget of news makes me borderline homicidal. I'm not even sure why. Read on for details.
Well now. This sucks. After a truly stellar trailer that's had us excited since it debuted, Warner Brothers has announced that the new film from Legendary Pictures and director Bryan Singer, Jack the Giant Killer, has been bumped from its June 15th release date to March 22, 2013.
Interested in every nook and cranny of NBC's redux of the classic television series "The Munsters"? Then saddle up, kids, as we've got a quick trip to Spoilerville for you all to embark upon. And off we go ...
You know how sometimes you hear about a project and then have zero interest until you come across it again later? Yeah, that's the case with us and Bryan Singer's upcoming movie, Jack the Giant Killer, which, judging from the trailer alone, is not your grandfather's Jack and the Beanstalk tale.
And the news surrounding NBC's redux of the classic television series "The Munsters" continues to be more compelling by the day. Character and plot details have come to light that will have you scratching your head for sure.
Some really interesting news coming in for the television remake of the classic show "The Munsters". A big name director is getting behind the project guns blazing, and we have to admit we've never been more curious. Read on for the skinny.