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Die Hard, Lethal Weapon, The Matrix... Ben 10? Producer Joel Silver's massive Hollywood career has been built on grown-up action, but it looks as if the projected audience for at least one of his future projects will skew younger, since he's planning to bring a "big-budget, tentpole, live-action" Ben 10 to cinema screens.Ben 10, if you've missed it so far, is a hugely successful Cartoon Network series that's been running in various incarnations since 2005. It's about a boy, Ben Tennyson, who comes into posession of a watch-like device that allows him to transform into various superpowered aliens (ten of them... but not all at once). Naturally he uses his new-found abilities to nut up and fight evil, with the help of his granddad and his sister.There've been three separate series and a couple of spin-off live-action TV movies already: both directed by Alex Winter (yup, the one »
Ricky Martin bringing fanfic to life.
This morning we told you about Logo (our parent company) expanding The A-List, but the network also just announced is the new reality competition docu series Sex Rx: "Noted sex addiction specialist, Christopher Donaghue, offers guidance to a sex treatment group in this series that tracks each member's progress around infidelity, trust issues, relationship intimacy and sexual addiction." Queer Corner interviews homohop breakout duo Freaky Boiz. Apropos of nothing, here's a new promotional pic of actor Ryan Kelley, who was heartbreaking as gay teen Bobby in Prayers for Bobby. He's matured nicely.
TV Line reports that "the whole cast" of Glee will be going to Manhattan to film scenes for New Direction's appearance in the sectionals competition. Speaking of Glee, an extra on the set is in hot water for tweeting a Huge Spoiler about an upcoming event on the show. You've been warned, »
2 items from 2011
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