Following TNT's successful Dallas relaunch, stars of the 1981-1990 CBS primetime soap Falcon Crest have been approached by one of the original show's writers about their interest in appearing in a reboot.
"There's not much I can say, for reasons that go beyond myself," original star William Moses said at the premiere of War Horse at Los Angeles' Pantages Theatre. "Warner Bros. owns the rights and so it's a discussion between them and the writers. There is a pitch and an idea germinating that has some traction. The producers contacted me to ask if I'd be interested, and I said yes. Where it goes on the producing side, I don't know."
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I can't believe I have to wait all summer for more Castle. Is there any way Beckett will turn down Castle's proposal? — Lauren
ADAM: Depends on who you ask. Cast member Tamala Jones thinks that Beckett's desire for career advancement in Washington, D.C., could outweigh her feelings for Castle. "Beckett is a strong woman, and she's not going to forget who she is," she says. "So she may say no — or not right now." Susan Sullivan, who plays Castle's mother, has a different take. "What woman in her right mind would say no to him?" she says. "Therein would lie the problem: I may actually have to move out. Yikes!"
Do you have any scoop on Laurel and Oliver next season on Arrow? —Jim
NATALIE: Here's some Laurel scoop from executive producer Marc Guggenheim that may involve Oliver:
To step onto Castle's Hollywood soundstage one early October afternoon is to boldly go where no author and his muse have gone before. Today's action is unfolding not in a gritty NYPD precinct, but on an elaborate spaceship set, all sleek steel and high-tech consoles, manned by actors clad in costumes that would look right at home aboard the USS Enterprise.
Under the watchful eye of director Jonathan Frakes (aka Star Trek: The Next Generation's Commander William T. Riker), a Shatneresque captain stoically assesses...
Monday's episode of Castle poses a challenging question for its detectives: Is mystery writer Rick Castle capable of the murders usually reserved for the pages of his fiction?
Exclusive: Look who's coming back to Castle!
When Beckett (Stana Katic) & Co. begin investigating a ritualistic killing, all the evidence points to Castle (Nathan Fillion) as the killer. Although Beckett wants to give her new lover the benefit of the doubt, the facts become increasingly harder to ignore. "I think that Beckett's particularly sensitive now that she's in this relationship with him," creator Andrew W. Marlowe tells TVGuide.com....
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 5 premiere of Castle. Read at your own risk.]
So, was it good for you?
Castle's Season 5 premiere began in the sexy afterglow of Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett's first night together. Although both agreed that they wanted to give the relationship a shot...