We're pretty excited to see Kevin Williamson's new TV project, "The Following", and from the sound of things he's just as excited for us to see it! Read on for a few more details of what we can expect.
It looks like earlier speculation that Kevin Williamson's serial killer project for Fox would be named "Mastermind" was incorrect as the network has officially announced it will be called "The Following", and we have the full synopsis and more details right here.
Good news for fans looking forward to Kevin Williamson's latest television endeavor for Fox. Now if only someone could nail down a title for this series, we'd be ecstatic (although we have unofficially heard the name might be "Mastermind"). Keep reading for the latest!
With a cast that includes the likes of Kevin Bacon, James Purefoy, and now the formerly "Lost" Maggie Grace, you'd think Kevin Williamson and Fox would pick a damn title for their new serial killer drama already!
Nico Tortorella Joins Kevin Williamson's Still Untitled Project for Fox TV and Provides Massive Update
And the cast of Fox TV's still untitled new project being put together by Kevin Williamson continues to grow, and one of the newest additions has provided a "mega" update on the series via his website that includes a full casting breakdown.
Add another name to the ever growing list of actors clamoring for a spot on Kevin Williamson's new show for Fox. Who's next to be stalked and hopefully die horribly at the hands of a maniac? Read on for details.
With a cast that's growing almost daily, you'd think they'd come up with a title for Kevin Williamson's new project for Fox TV. But in any event, here are the latest two names on the roster: Shawn Ashmore and Valorie Curry.
As if we weren't excited enough about Kevin Williamson's still untitled new project for Fox TV, which stars Kevin Bacon, now comes word as to whom Bacon will be facing off against. Read on for the details!
As its February 19th UK theatrical release date approaches, a new making-of video from Solomon Kane arrived today featuring insights about the film from screenwriter/director Michael Bassett; stars Pete Postlethwaite, James Purefoy, and Rachel Hurd-Wood; and the producers.
So the question beckons -- how do you cope with a really slow news day? By watching several clips from Solomon Kane, that's how!
It must be Christmas! Two new videos were released today for Michael Bassett's live action version of Robert E. Howard's creation known as Solomon Kane.
While we all wait patiently for any news regarding a Stateside release of the live action version of Robert E. Howard's creation Solomon Kane, another new clip has come out to tide us over.
Michael J. Bassett's Solomon Kane still doesn't have a firm US release date, but that's not stopping the film's producers from pulling out all the stops to get their product in front of as many eyes as possible. And today they've provided us with a nicely creepy clip entitled "Hall of Mirrors".
A new one-sheet for the big screen adaptation of Solomon Kane has raised its sword and declared war online. Well, not really, but the idea sounded kind of cool, no?
Solomon Kane will debut tonight as part of the Toronto International Film Festival's Midnight Madness series, and to help prime audiences for what they're gonna see, a new promotional featurette has just popped up online.