More possible, but as of yet unconfirmed, casting news has come in for Wes Craven's Scream 4 that will have fans of the "Gilmore Girls" fretting for their resident MILF's life!
Lots of names have been added to the ever growing list of potential victims for Wes Craven's upcoming flick Scream 4, and we've got the skinny for you on exactly whom they will be playing.
Every good slasher movie needs itself a body count, and the potential victims list for Wes Craven's Scream 4 keeps filling out nicely. Hopefully we'll get a little more violence out of this one considering the original trilogy took place during a time when the MPAA was more of a butcher than any big screen villain.
Season One of "The Vampire Diaries" is officially over, and if you're someone who dismissed it as just another teen angst vamp lite offering (trust us, it isn't), August 31st will be your chance to see if you were right or not as that's the day Warner Home Video is releasing the Blu-ray and DVD box sets.
We tried all day long to not report on this rumor, but after the twentieth e-mail asking why we haven't covered it, we finally have decided to.
And the prospective body count continues for Wes Craven's latest entry into the Scream franchise, Scream 4 (or Scre4m for you cooler kids playing along). That's right, kids. Ghostface will soon be doing the killer tango with a hero and a Culkin.
Some new blood has just been added to the potential list of Ghostface victims for Wes Craven's upcoming sequel Scream 4, and we've got the latest news on who will be getting all screamy for you!
Wondering who's gonna end up possible meat for the beast known as Ghostface when Scream 4 hits theatres April 15th of next year? Time for a little casting news to get you in the spirit of things!
Our man Nomad just reported in from The CW Television Network's Upfront 2010, taking place today in NYC's Madison Square Garden, and along with a little bit of a schedule shift, he also provided us with some insight into the upcoming season for both "The Vampire Diaries" and "Supernatural".
This Thursday is "Founder's Day" on The Vampire Diaries, and in honor of the auspicious occasion (which also happens to be the show's season finale), The CW has provided us with a nice big batch of stills from the episode. You'll find all 13 of the photos below the synopsis, and for more visit The Vampire Diaries' official site.
Everything that's transpired thus far during Season One of The Vampire Diaries has been leading up to one special event: the "Founder's Day" celebration. To make sure you're ready, The CW has provided two webclips of the season finale featuring Jeremy and Elena in one and Jeremy and Damon in the other. It's about time the younger Gilbert had his moment to shine!
Few series have had such a successful first season as The Vampire Diaries has enjoyed. And those of us who have been watching week to week are looking forward to the finale, entitled "Founder's Day", with a great deal of anticipation. Knowing this, The CW has provided a preview of the episode that promises "the fireworks are just the beginning!"
Those who are dying to get more information on the return of Ghostface can now sit back and wait for it to slide right into their inboxes. The official Scream 4 website has launched, and for now it is home to only one very important feature.
With only two episodes to go in Season 1 of The Vampire Diaries, regular viewers of the show know things are heating up and coming to a head. This week we finally meet "Isobel", and if the two webclips The CW has posted online are any indication, we ain't seen nothing yet!
The CW Network invites viewers to “Watch and Tweet” with stars and executive producers from each of its shows next Monday, May 3, through Friday, May 7. But we know the only ones you guys are interested in are The Vampire Diaries and Supernatural (okay, maybe a few of you watch Gossip Girl) so read on for further details.