The Television Critics Association's twice-yearly press tour is currently under way in Pasadena, CA, and on Saturday The CW, Showtime, and CBS shared the spotlight with The Vampire Dairies, fresh off its People's Choice Awards win for Best New Drama, garnering a significant amount of attention. Stars Ian Somerhalder, Nina Dobrev, and Paul Wesley were joined on a brisk 30-minute panel by executive producers Kevin Williamson, Julie Plec, and Bob Levy.
Not sure how we missed this story the other day -- I blame holiday festivities and distractions -- but in any event, it looks like The Vampire Diaries has added another recurring character: Mia Kirshner will portray Isobel, the sweet-yet-dangerous wife of substitute history teacher Alaric Saltzman (Matt Davis).
James Remar, who currently portrays the father who knows best on Showtime's Dexter (although he'll always be "Ajax" to me), is about to join another clan as Giuseppe Salvatore, papa to The Vampire Diaries' bloodsucking brothers Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder).
It's been a while since last Neve Campbell talked about the Scream franchise, but the star just dropped some really interesting things about the upcoming film.
We're all excited to see where Kevin Williamson takes his characters in Scream 4 and beyond, and the actors are too. In a recent interview Courteney Cox expounded a bit on where she thinks her character and her husband David Arquette's character, Dewey, are all these years later.
While sitting down with MTV for an interview, scribe Kevin Williamson offered an update on his long attachment to Curtis Hanson's 1987 thriller Bedroom Window.
The horror genre has undergone quite a few changes since Scream single-handedly rescued the genre from box office oblivion back in the mid 90s (I can’t believe it’s been over ten years already) so news of a fourth film has really piqued Dread Central’s curiosity. Will Scream 4 be in line with the gorier, nastier flicks that came after the self-referential trilogy, or can we expect some good-natured winking to accompany our slashing? We’ve got an answer for you.
MTV caught up with Scream franchise writer Kevin Williamson to get whatever goods there are on Scream 4 -- the first in a new trilogy that the Weinsteins hope to bring Wes Craven back to.
Updates on three different projects have come in over the weekend via Twitter, and rather than do separate stories on each, we've got them all right here ... down & dirty, quick & easy ... just how we know you like it!
Writer/director/producer Wes Craven can add another item to his long list of accomplishments: mastering the 140-character tweet! Along with providing semi-regular updates on his upcoming project 25/8, he most recently touched upon the progress of Scream 4 via the increasingly ubiquitous Twitter.
The jury's still out as far as we're concerned as to whether or not "The Vampire Diaries" has what it takes to catch on with hardcore horror fans, but they may not need us anyway ... The show's first episode that aired last night appears to be The CW's most-watched series premiere ever with 4.8 million viewers (subject to final verification later today).
Has it really been over nine years since Wes Craven’s Scream trilogy limped to its conclusion in a cavalcade of convoluted plot twists and poorly staged murder sequences – the result of a villain so forgettable I was sure he hadn’t been in the film prior to his unmasking?
Kevin Wiliamson has gotten his priorities straight in terms of the new Scream films in relation to the rest of the stuff that he has going on in his busy, busy career.
Even though Wes Craven recently said David Arquette and Courteney Cox's return to the Scream franchise was pretty much a done deal, it's always nice to get confirmation. And today that's exactly what we got, straight from the mouth of Deputy Dwight "Dewey" Riley himself.
There's no doubt Twitter has changed the way that we get our information. From watching and taking part in revolutions to showing off onset pics from films, real time feeds have captured the imagination of many. Sometimes even some horror news stories arise, but usually they're hard to flesh out because they amount to something that's just under 140 characters. For these moments we now present Terror Tweets!