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Anthony Hopkins, Evan Rachel Wood Join J.J. Abrams' Westworld for HBO

Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Wood have signed on to star in J.J. Abrams' adaptation of Michael Crichton's 1973 movie Westworld for HBO, TVGuide.com has learned.

Written and directed by Crichton, the original film was...read more

HBO Developing TV Adaption of Michael Crichton's Westworld

J.J. Abrams is helping bring a big screen sci-fi classic to the small screen.

The Star Trek director is teaming up with Lost executive producer Bryan Burk and...read more

VIDEO: The Ten Commandments

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The Ten Commandments
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Length: 01:27:58
Aired: 4/10/2006

A time of danger approaches for all of the Kingdom. With a soothsayer's dire prophecy, the Pharoah orders the slaughter of all newborn males. But one child, born of Hebrew slave, is put in the care of others to ensure his own safety, Moses. watch


The Ten Commandments: Ten Commandments
The Light At The Edge Of The World
Catlow: Women And Guns
Catlow: Open Up

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Death Rage (1976)
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Year Title Description
2011 Yul Brynner TV Show Series, Subject (person only)
2008 On Location With Westworld TV Show Series, Appearing
1976 Death Rage Movie, Actor
1976 Futureworld Movie, Actor - Gunslinger
1975 The Ultimate Warrior Movie, Actor - Carson

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It seems like every other ...

Question: It seems like every other movie I see advertised is based on a TV show, like The Dukes of Hazzard. But what about the other way around? I know there was a series based on My Big Fat Greek Wedding, but what other TV series have been based on a movie, and were any of them good?

Answer: There have been a handful of top-notch TV shows based on movies. The flop Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) was revived as Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2003); Robert Altman's acerbic M*A*S*H* (1970) became the long-running M*A*S*H (1972-1983); Neil Simon read more

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