Kevin Bacon to Return For 10 Episodes 0f 'Tremors' Series.

by MovieCreedLive on May 16, 2016
Tremors are hands down one of the greatest and most iconic films about monsters that the 90s had to offer. The series that first featured actors like Kevin Bacon had sequels that later went to Syfy still managed to grab the attention of all its fans. 
However, after a few films, the series had somewhat died leaving fans to watch the films over and over again. But now it seems from a recent update, the series that feature the horrific worm-like monsters named Graboids, will make an excellent return on the small screen.
As we learned late last year, Bacon was set to play McKee in an upcoming Tremors TV series, and now when asked during a recent online Q&A session to promote The Darkness (now in theaters), the actor spilled some more beans about his return to Perfection. Specifically, he revealed that he will once again do battle ...
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'TRUE BLOOD': Spin-Off 'Midnight, Texas' Ordered By NBC.

by MovieCreedLive on May 14, 2016
HBO's 'True Blood' series may have excited and left us in a very sad but satisfying way but the tv series has drastically spawned a new one from its very own Charlaine Harris adapted novel outing. 
We come before you with news that NBC has ordered the spin-off for the series titled 'Midnight, Texas.' 
According to our sources, the series is closely related to the characters that were somewhat present in the 'True Blood' series. However, the new NBC series is going to be significantly different from its former series.  
The difference in the series would be that it will not stray away from the original content that HBO's 'True Blood' was said to. The series will also not feature the TV-MA theme that its HBO series will see that NBC will not allow that. This is due to the FCC regulations and restrictions. 
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Stephen King: It Movie Starts Filming and 'The Mist' TV Series Gets Greenlight.

by MovieCreedLive on April 15, 2016
Stephen King can be described as one of the greatest horror and mystery based book writers or authors of all time. King has written many books that were so good that they were adapted into films and other cinema. Films and cinema like the ones we bring before you today with updates.
The books turned cinema we speak of is none other than his once classic film 'IT' and upcoming television show for his book titled 'The Mist.' Today we come before you to inform you that both of King's features are coming to the screen again. 
We come to inform you that the then book turned 2007 film 'The Mist' will now be adapted into a television show. It was confirmed that a 'The Mist' television series was picked up and given the greenlight by Spike TV and is set to release 2017. A television series for the ...
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M. Night Shayamalan's 'Tales From The Crypt' Gets Greenlight By TNT.

by MovieCreedLive on April 14, 2016
'Tales from the Crypt' is one of those old series that has left the airwaves a while ago and also left great and horrific memories in many people heads and hearts. 
I mean, the main narrator of the different storytelling series aka the Crypt Keeper is one of the greatest and iconic leading in television. However, as I revealed, the series was abandoned a while ago and left the Crypt Keeper high and dry without a job.
Now it seems that the Keeper may be returning to the screen under the care of a very iconic director. It is revealed that M. Knight Shyamalan-he director behind such classics as The Sixth Sense, Signs, and The Last Airbender — is producing a reboot of Tales from the Crypt, and it was just announced today that the series has been given the green-light by TNT.
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George A. Romero's 'Empire of the Dead' set for TV series.

by MovieCreedLive on May 21, 2015

George A. Romero's 'Empire of the Dead' set for TV series.

George A. Romero can be categorized as the "Godfather of Zombie Films." Romero has been contributing to Zombie films since the early 1960s with his 'Nigh of the Living Dead' series and have either been head of creating new Zombie films or have been asked to give insight on the sub horror genre.

So it's no surprise to me when it was revealed that Demarest and Kevin Smith's "Tusk" is developing a TV adaptation of Romero's 'Empire of the Dead,' a 15-issue graphic novel published by Marvel Comics.

The production-finance company made the announcement Thursday at Cannes.

The series will be written by Romero and longtime partner Peter Grunwald, and executive produced by Romero and Grunwald with Demarest’s Sam Englebardt and William D. Johnson.

Romero’s iconic 1968 film “Night of the Living Dead” conceived the idea of a zombie apocalypse. “Empire of the Dead” mixes ...

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Rick Might Finally Get Another Love Interest On the 'Walking Dead'! Can you Guess Who it Could Be?

by MovieCreedLive on February 10, 2015
Rick Might Finally Get Another Love Interest On the 'Walking Dead'
On The Walking Dead, the two biggest concerns are life and death, with other assorted feelings and emotions like hunger entering into things when appropriate. When it comes to love, the show generally shoots for grave reactions, but it looks like Rick and Michonne could be headed for heart-shaped pastures in the future. I’m already itching for a steamy bathroom scene where she shaves him with her sword. That’s not a spoiler, but there are comic and TV spoilers below. 
Fans have been waiting for sparks to fly between Rick and Michonne for a while now, with his craziness a proper contrast for her centeredness, and executive producer Gale Anne Hurd admitted the two will find love, sorta. This is how she put it to Vulture. 
You’re gonna see something very interesting develop between them. Very interesting, and incredibly unexpected. You’ll see a certain kind of ...
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New 'The Walking Dead' Trailer Beyond Fear.

by MovieCreedLive on January 20, 2015

New 'The Walking Dead' Trailer Beyond Fear.

AMC's 'The Walking Dead' is set to return Feb. 8, and after the devastating events of the midseason finale, holding on to hope may be harder than ever for the embattled survivors.

In a new trailer for the show’s February bow, it looks like Rick (Andrew Lincoln) is firmly focused on surviving — but does everyone else share his resilience?

In a recent interview with the guys over at Variety, showrunner Scott Gimple teased, “things are gonna get super hard” in the remaining eight installments: “Every eight episodes it’s a new show, and these eight episodes coming up are very much aligned with that, maybe the starkest example of that so far.

We begin in a very dark place and our group is broken by what’s happened.

 And then things change, but who are they by the time things change? That’s the question. Have they been ...

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