When Jamie Kennedy's Randy Meeks spouted off rules of horror films in the 1996 film horror satire Scream, he forgot one: Always try to remake a successful horror film. Even without Randy's advice, the decision-makers at MTV knew that one and have green-lit a remake of Scream for the small screen, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
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MTV has given the green light to a pilot based on the Scream films, which will reinvent the horror comedy franchise. The potential series would be slated for a 2014 debut, with original director Wes Craven set to helm the pilot.
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Stana Katic, Nathan Fillion, Jon Huertas
On Monday's Castle (10/9c, ABC) our titular mystery writer believes he's being haunted. So, who's he going to call for help? (Hint: It's not the Ghostbusters.)
When Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) investigate a string of strange deaths, Castle accidentally watches the "haunted DVD" that he believes might be causing their victims to croak. Cue a full-on panic attack by Castle, who believes he's marked for death.
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Hayden Panettiere and Emma Roberts have signed on for the fourth installment of Scream, Variety reports.
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Without a Trace's Poppy Montgomery and boyfriend Adam Kaufman are expecting their first child in November, says People.... Star Trek franchise alums George Takei, Wil Wheaton and Andre Bormanis are teaming with FanLib.com and CBS Interactive to host a "storytelling event" starting today. Go here for more.... On the Lot welcomes Wes Craven as a guest judge next Tuesday fitting, seeing as the ratings have been a nightmare.... All HBO and Cinemax channels will be made available in hi-def by 2Q 2008. That includes HBO Swahili and MaxMitovich.
Saxondale's Steve Coogan
In July, British funnyman Steve Coogan signed a deal to have his Baby Cow production company create shows for NBC. One being planned is a remake of his recent BBC2 hit, Saxondale. Following a brash roadie-turned-exterminator, the series debuts stateside tonight on BBC America (11 pm/ET). The project was a welcome change for Coogan, who is best known for playing Alan Partridge in the shows Knowing Me, Knowing You and I'm Alan Partridge. TVGuide.com spoke with the Manchester native about his new creation and about the upcoming film Marie Antoinette, in which he plays Ambassadeur Mercy.
TVGuide.com: You had a lot of success with Alan Partridge. Why was it important to play a very different character in Saxondale?Steve Coogan: Well, I wanted it to be di
Wes Craven and Nightmare on Elm Street's Freddy
Horrors! It's Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street auteur Wes Craven, is a big part of the bloody-good documentary Going to Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film, premiering tonight, Friday, Oct. 13, at 9 pm/ET, on STARZ. Whatever you do, don't fall asleep.
TV Guide: Your first flick, The Last House on the Left, scarred me for life. And now you're redoing it?!Wes Craven: [Laughs] Yes, we are. It's time to scar a whole new generation.
TV Guide: And your son is directing the sequel to [2006's]
Tideland , writer-director Terry Gilliam
Time Bandits. Brazil. The Adventures of Baron Munchausen. As a writer and director, Terry Gilliam has created some of the most memorably surreal movies of the last 25 years. As a performer and animator, he was the only American member of Monty Python. And yet the sexagenarian ex-pat insists that these days he has about as much luck getting films made as Orson Welles did late in his career. While 1995's Twelve Monkeys (which Gilliam helmed but didn't pen) was a modest hit, his next picture, 1998's Fear and Lo
Kane Hodder as Jason Voorhees
Call me a twisted freak or a serial slayer waiting to happen, but this Insider editor loves him some Jason Voorhees. Ever since the boy who refused to drown "popped up" in the original Friday the 13th, I've been in the theater (or at the video-store checkout counter) for almost every sequel. That's why, on this day of celebrating ghouls and goblins, I sought out Kane Hodder, the man who has played Jason more than anyone else (in parts VII, VIII, Jason Goes to Hell and Jason X), to shed light on the man behind the hockey mask.