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In 2014, The CW revived the Masters of Illusion TV show and scheduled it on Friday nights. Despite a drop in the ratings, the TV series keeps pulling lucky rabbits out of its hat, and is now in its fourth season on the the network. Will Masters of Illusion be cancelled or renewed for season eight? Stay tuned. Masters of Illusion debuted on Pax TV in 2000 and ran for two seasons before moving to MyNetworkTV for a third year. Dean Cain hosts The CW program which features magicians performing escapes, large-scale illusions, and sleight-of-hand tricks in front of a live audience. Read More… »
One of the many cool things about Supergirl is that it’s brought back several actors who’ve contributed to the enduring legacy of Superman, albeit in different roles. To date, we’ve seen the likes of Dean Cain and Helen Slater show up, in addition to Smallville alums such as Laura Vandervoort and Erica Durance. Well, Durance won’t be appearing until season 3 in the recast role of Alura, but you get the idea.
But even with names as impressive as those, we can’t discuss this topic without addressing an elephant in the room named Tom Welling. After defining Clark Kent for a generation in ten seasons of the aforementioned Smallville, countless fans have been wondering when he’ll be booking a flight to National City.
Well, as it turns out, he’s had talks with Arrowverse mastermind Greg Berlanti about doing such a thing. But when Welling spoke with Entertainment Weekly, »
- Eric Joseph
Hey, gang! Welcome back for another look at this week’s upcoming horror and sci-fi home entertainment releases. August 8th is going to be another busy day for fans, as we have some incredible Blu-ray and DVD titles to look forward to.
Arrow Video has put together an incredible limited edition Blu-ray set for Stuart Gordon’s Re-Animator, and Scream Factory has assembled two stellar Collector’s Editions for both Teen Wolf and Teen Wolf Too. Fans of the Coen brothers' Fargo will undoubtedly want to add the new Steelbook edition of the film to their collections this Tuesday, and for those of you interested in unconventional vampire films, be sure to check out The Transfiguration this week, too.
Fargo: Steelbook Collector’s Edition (Shout! »
- Heather Wixson
This August, Arrow Video enters the deranged mind of Herbert West with their limited edition 4K restoration of Stuart Gordon's Re-Animator (which was initially slated for a July 25th release), and we now have the full list of special features for the anticipated release, along with two other horror Blu-rays coming out this month from Arrow: The Slayer and a limited edition steelbook of Society.
Press Release: The summer really hots up in August, as Arrow Video releases a special edition of an 80s classic, a white-knuckle thriller, a splatter horror masterpiece, a box set of crime classics, a rare Italian sword-and-sandal epic, and an amazing new limited edition steelbook.
First up, one of the most wildly popular horror movies of all-time, Stuart Gordon's enduring splatter-comedy classic Re-Animator returns to Blu-ray in a stunning restoration packed with special features. According to the distributor (Mvd), this awesome package is officially sold out already, »
- Derek Anderson
Vulture Watch Has the spell been broken? Is the Masters of Illusion TV show cancelled or renewed for an eighth season on The CW? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Masters of Illusion season eight. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About? Now airing on The CW television network, Masters of Illusion originally debuted on Pax TV in 2000 and ran for two seasons before moving to MyNetworkTV for a third year. Dean Cain hosts the program, which features magicians performing escapes, large-scale illusions, and sleight-of-hand tricks in front of a live audience. Read More… »
Over its past two seasons, Supergirl has welcomed various actors who’ve previously appeared in Superman or Supergirl related productions. Lois & Clark‘s Dean Cain and Teri Hatcher have both turned up, as has 1984’s Supergirl star Helen Slater. Another is Laura Vandervoort, who played Supergirl on Smallville. Now, one of Vandervoort’s co-stars on the show has landed a part on the upcoming third season of The CW DC series.
Erica Durance, most well known for starring as Lois Lane opposite Tom Welling’s Clark Kent on the Superman prequel, has landed the part of Kara Danver’s Kryptonian mother Alura. The character was previously played by Laura Benanti in a major recurring role across season 1 (plus a brief cameo in season 2). As Benanti proved unavailable this time around, the Supergirl team took the opportunity to bring on board another “legacy” actress.
Exec producer Andrew Kreisberg had this to »
- Christian Bone
Supergirl fans, brace yourselves for a mother of a recast.
Erica Durance, famous for playing Lois Lane on Smallville, will take over the role of Kara’s (late) biological mother Alura Zor-El when the CW drama returns this fall, TVLine has learned. Alura, who made appearances throughout the show’s first two seasons, was originally played by Laura Benanti. (Benanti also played Alura’s twin sister Astra, who was eventually killed by Alex.)
Brooke Shields returns to her Calvin Klein roots!
The 52-year-old model appears on the cover of Social Life's July issue and gets down to her skivvies for the magazine's photo shoot.
Shields, who at the age of 15 became the face of Calvin Klein, shows off her physique in the American brand's white underwear and a Ck Perfect Fit bra -- and looks better than ever!
"Reunited with #MyCalvins," Shields wrote on Instagram alongside a pic of her in lingerie.
Watch: Brooke Shields Tells All -- 'I Had to Keep My Mom Alive'
The model's Calvin Klein jeans ads caused controversy in the '80s and were even banned on some TV outlets due to allegedly being too racy. Shields famous tagline for the fashion brand at the time was, "You want to know what comes between me and my Calvins? Nothing."
“A Question of Faith” centers on three families from different cultures who live in the same community. They are complete strangers living vastly separate lives until a texting and driving accident thrusts them onto converging paths where they discover love, forgiveness, grace, and mercy.
Along with a message of faith, the storyline touches on racial prejudice, the consequences of texting and driving, and also addresses the debate surrounding organ donation.
The cast includes Richard T. Jones (“Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married,”), Kim Fields (“The Facts of Life”), C. Thomas Howell, GregAlan Williams, Christian recording artist Jaci Velasquez, Renee O’Connor (“Xena: Warrior Princess”), and T.C. Stallings (“War Room”).
- Dave McNary
Rob Leane Jun 23, 2017
We're living in the age of the belated TV show comeback, with the likes of The X-Files, Twin Peaks, Gilmore Girls, Arrested Development and Full House getting revivals many years after their original runs.
"Well, you know what, we ended our show after four seasons in a weird way because we’re supposed to do a fifth season," Cain told 7 News Sydney.
Every generation has their favourite Superman and chances are those who grew up in the 1990s remember Dean Cain as their preferred Man of Steel. The actor played the big blue boy scout on Lois & Clark (also known as The New Adventures of Superman), opposite Teri Hatcher as Lois Lane. As the title suggests, the show was just as much about the love story between Supes and Lois as it was the superhero’s exploits. It ran for four seasons from 1993 to 1997 before being cruelly torn from the airwaves.
Now, twenty years later, Cain has been speaking about how much he’d love to feature in a Lois & Clark revival. Talking to 7 News Sydney, he explained that the show was only prematurely cancelled due to his co-star falling pregnant, which would have complicated Hatcher’s filming schedule.
“Well, you know what, we ended our show after four seasons in a weird way because we’re supposed to do a fifth season. Teri [Hatcher] got pregnant in between and couldn’t work on that fifth season so they decided to shut it down. I would have liked to done that fifth season, I think we still need a fifth season, we need something, at least part of a fifth season. So I’m hoping that we get a chance to maybe finish up the series.
“Maybe it’s six episodes, maybe it’s 10 episodes, maybe it’s a two-hour movie. But I think it would be really interesting to catch up with these two characters 20 years down the line and see what’s happened in their lives. If they have had children or what’s going on with their kids, I think it’s really interesting and I’m certainly willing to.”
Fans will remember that the series ended on a massive cliffhanger, as a baby wrapped in a blanket marked with the ‘S’ symbol was left on Lois and Clark’s doorstep. It would be nice to finally get an answer to this mystery, but it does seem like an outside chance that the show could return.
Probably the best thing that we can hope for is that the Arrowverse reveals that the Lois & Clark world is part of the multiverse as established on that show. The 1990s Flash TV series has already been revealed to be just that, so it isn’t ridiculous to think they could do the same for Lois & Clark. After all, Dean Cain and Teri Hatcher have both appeared in Supergirl. »
- Christian Bone
Back in 1993, the only on screen version of Superman to be found was on Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. The show wasn’t heavy on action, and focused primarily on the relationship between Superman, Lois Lane, and of course Superman’s alter-ego Clark Kent. The show had a good run; it was a hit with a wide demographic, and its final season ran in 1997.
Since then, we haven’t heard much from Lois and Clark star Dean Cain. He was a host on Ripley’s Believe it or Not for a while, but his career definitely mellowed out a little after playing Superman for four seasons. Well, it looks like Dean Cain has resurfaced after several years, and after returning to the DC universe with a guest role in Supergirl, it seems he is now up for donning the cape on more time. Speaking to Australia’s 7 News Sydney, the actor revealed that he would love to play the Man of Steel again in a Lois & Clark reunion:
“Well, you know what, we ended our show after four seasons in a weird way because we’re supposed to do a fifth season. Teri [Hatcher] got pregnant in between and couldn’t work on that fifth season so they decided to shut it down. I would have liked to done that fifth season, I think we still need a fifth season, we need something, at least part of a fifth season. So I’m hoping that we get a chance to maybe finish up the series.”
What do you think? Would you like to see Dean Cain as Superman one more time? Or do we already have too many Super-men on screen at the moment? Let us know in the comments below!
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- Jordan Jones
Actor Dean Cain reveals he is on board to reprise his role as Clark Kent aka Superman in the possibility of a Lois & Clark revival. »
- Ana Dumaraog
They reached the heights of fame together on their four-season run of 1993’s Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. And on Tuesday, Teri Hatcher and Dean Cain reunited over 20 years later for a high-flying selfie snapped from the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
“Soaring together again,” Hatcher, 52, wrote on both Twitter and Instagram. “So fun to reunite. Thanks to #bridgeclimbsydney.”
Hatcher was all smiles as her arms wrapped around her 50-year-old former costar, similar to what her character, Lois Lane, had so often done with Superman.
Soaring together again. So fun to reunite. Thanks to #bridgeclimbsydney. #loisandclark #deancain pic. »
- Dave Quinn
So – where was I last weekend? I was in Metropolis, that’s where, down in the Southern tip of Illinois attending the 39th Annual Superman Celebration. Way back in 1972 the city got DC’s permission to call itself Superman’s home and later that year the Illinois legislature passed a resolution confirming it. By the late 70s, the city decided to capitalize on all this by staging an annual Superman Celebration on the second weekend in June, a festival for the Man of Steel. Damn good idea, I sez.
The Celebration includes media guests connected with Supes. This year it was Margot Kidder, Dean Cain, James Marsters, and Sarah Douglas… as well as a few of us comic book types. I was the featured writer about six years ago and it seems I didn’t burn too many bridges because they had me back again this year along with Jimmy Palmiotti, »
- John Ostrander
[[tmz:video id="0_9he0uerv"]] Dean Cain is still upset about Colin Kaepernick's national anthem protest -- telling TMZ Sports, "I know a lot of people who fought and died for that flag. I would never disrespect it like that." We got Superman out in Malibu, and asked the ex-nfl player (it's true, look it up) if he thinks Kaep will ever land a team, given that Seattle -- where some thought he had his best shot -- passed. »
- TMZ Staff
[[tmz:video id="0_srvb0x35"]] Dean Cain would not have gone Superman on the London Bridge terrorists ... he would have Babe Ruthed them and "swung for the fences." We got Dean out in Malibu Tuesday and turns out he was in London during Saturday night's attack. He deflects President Trump's criticism of the Mayor of London, saying Londoners should be alarmed by the wave of terrorism. He also has words for the 3 men who mowed people down on the »
- TMZ Staff
Kirsten Howard Jun 7, 2017
Lois & Clarke actor Dean Cain has added another three new Christmas movies to his legacy, but only one of them has a dog in it (we think)...
If you're new to Den Of Geek (or just weren't aware) we've watched nearly all of them, including the many made-for-tv ones where his co-star is a talking dog (and, in a lot of cases, multiple talking dogs).
Well, since we last updated our article, Mr Cain has made three more Christmas films - Beverly Hills Christmas, »
Supergirl is getting a new big bad for season three.
Odette Annable joins The CW superhero show as villain Reign, Et has learned.
Watch: Exclusive: 'Supergirl' Melissa Benoist and Chris Wood Dish on Karamel's 'Sweet' Relationship!
The 32-year-old actress will be a series regular and the main baddie for the upcoming third season. Reign is a Worldkiller, a biological weapon, bloodthirsty, super-powerful monster, created on Krypton by Zoe-El. In the comics, she tries to take Supergirl down and conquer Earth. The TV version of the character will have a different costume than the comic book version.
"Greg [Berlanti] and I have wanted to work with Odette for years," executive producer Andrew Kreisberg said in a statement. "We are beyond excited to have her join our cast in the scary, powerful and heartbreaking role of Reign."
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Burbank, CA (May 24, 2017) – Just in time for the third season on The CW, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment brings you all-new Super-Villains and more family drama with the release of Supergirl: The Complete Second Season on Blu-rayTM and DVD on August 22, 2017. Delivering 4.2 million Total Viewers weekly, Supergirl is the #2 series on The CW, just after The Flash for Live+7.⃰ Fans can purchase the set which, in addition to all 22 super-powered episodes, contains an exclusive commentary with Andrew Kreisberg and Kevin Smith, the show’s 2016 Comic-Con panel, featurettes, and more! Supergirl: The Complete Second Season is priced to own at $49.99 Srp for the DVD and $54.97 Srp for the Blu-ray which includes a Digital Copy. Supergirl: The Complete Second Season is also available to own on Digital HD via purchase from digital retailers.
*Source: Nielsen National TV View L+7 Us AA%; excluding repeats, specials, sports, and <5 TCs; Season To-Date = 10/10/16- »
- ComicMix Staff
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