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‘Friday The 13th’ Franchise Returns in 2015


If you thought Jason and his dusty mask were gone, then you’d be wrong

A new Friday the 13th is on the horizon and it’s expected to hit theaters Friday, March 13 of 2015.

According to journalist Ryan Turek, the flick’s producers are said to be creating a story from a ‘found footage’ angle – similar to The Blair Witch Project where the action takes place through supposed amateur video.

The plot and intricate details of the movie have not been revealed. Rumor has it that Platinum Dunes will return as producer of the film.

‘Full House’ Sequel Series in the Works



Another popular 90s television series is rumored to be heading back to television.

The 90s series Full House could return in a sequel format centered around D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure) and Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin). If the concept becomes a reality, expect to see Jessie, Danny, Joey, and Aunt Becky as well.

The Newport Gazette, was the first news outlet to report the show’s possible return. The show’s creator, Jeff Franklin, let it slip that he had already started working on a sequel to the show. He also hinted that the majority of the cast had shown interest in reprising their roles.

He said, “Last month I was asked by ABC and [Warner Bros.] to write a new show for the Full House characters.” He continued, “Everyone I’ve spoken with were very open to the idea [of returning].”
This is by no means a confirmation that the show is indeed on its way to production, but there’s a huge possibility that it will. This news comes hot on the heels of the sequel to another 90s sitcom, Boy Meets World. The show’s sequel, Girl Meets World, hits television sometime in 2014.





Report: Tim Burton, Michael Keaton To Make “Beetlejuice” Sequel


Michael Keaton is reportedly ready to don that signature black & white striped suit again.

Sources close to the project have told Variety that director Tim Burton and Keaton are in talks to film a sequel to Beetlejuice.

Seth Grahame Smith has written the script and will produce with partner David Katzenberg through  KatzSmith Productions. Grahame-Smith recently tweeted that he had big news on the horizon, but he didn’t go into detail about the information.

Keaton had been interested in returning to the role ever since Warner Bros. announced plans to green-light a sequel. Burton has not been a cheerleader of sequels, as the last one he made was Batman Returns in 1992.

The original Beetlejuice film was released in 1988 and starred Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis and Winona Ryder alongside Michael Keaton.

Ben Affleck is the New Batman!


A new Caped Crusader has been found!

Actor Ben Affleck will take over the role of Batman, making him the eighth actor to play the superhero.

Affleck will begin his stint as Batman,  in the upcoming untitled Batman-Superman feature for Warner Bros., the studio announced Thursday.

The forthcoming Batman-Superman film will be directed by Man of Steel‘s Zack Snyder. The Batman-Superman feature will open worldwide on July 17, 2015, with Henry Cavill, Diane Lane, and Amy Adams  reprising their respective roles.

“Ben provides an interesting counter-balance to Henry’s Superman. He has the acting chops to create a layered portrayal of a man who is older and wiser than Clark Kent and bears the scars of a seasoned crime fighter, but retain the charm that the world sees in billionaire Bruce Wayne,” Snyder said in a statement. “I can’t wait to work with him.”

Jill Scott Covers Billboard Magazine

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