Original Michael Myers Mask from Halloween Unearthed

Original Michael Myers Mask from Halloween Unearthed
John Carpenter's original Halloween is generally considered to be one of the greatest horror movies ever made. And with good reason. It introduced the world to Michael Myers, one of the most iconic figures not only in horror, but in the whole of cinema. Sadly, the original Michael Myers mask has been missing and thought to be long gone for more than a decade. Until now. That's right, horror fans. The original Michael Myers Halloween mask has been unearthed and a new picture of it in its current state has arrived online.

The mask, which was used in Halloween and Halloween II by actor Dick Warlock on screen, has been in the possession of a man who runs haunted attractions. For the last 14 years, a man by the name of Mark Roberts has owned not only the original mask, but the boots and scalpel Michael Myers used on screen as well.
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Comic Book Review – Star Trek/Green Lantern: Stranger Worlds #6

Villordsutch reviews Star Trek/Green Lantern: Stranger Worlds #6…

The epic conclusion to the blockbuster event of 2017! Will it be a new dawn for the Green Lantern Corps in the Star Trek universe… or will Sinestro and Khan succeed in conquering the new timeline for themselves?

See Also: Check out a preview of Star Trek/Green Lantern: Stranger Worlds #6 here

And so, we come to a close of Star Trek / Green Lantern: Stranger Worlds. Over the past six months Mike Johnson has led this Idw/DC crossover towards a final climatic battle between Khan bearing the red ring of rage and Sinestro now wearing a fully recharged yellow ring. The Planet Oa and “The Guardians” – its citizens – have no idea of what is going to happen to their world.

With Kirk being chosen as a Green ring-bearer the fight between all sides becomes both brutal and chaotic as
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Comic Book Review – Star Trek/Green Lantern: Stranger Worlds #3

Villordsutch reviews Star Trek/Green Lantern: Stranger Worlds #3…

The race to the planet Oa continues! Will Captain Kirk and Hal Jordan be the first to find the legendary home of the Green Lanterns, or will Sinestro and the Klingons beat them to it? Don’t miss the latest chapter in the blockbuster crossover event of the year!

See Also: Check out a preview of Star Trek/Green Lantern: Stranger Worlds #3 here

After last month’s rather jaw-dropping cliff-hanger, in which Mike Johnson awoke numerous scores of Augments and Kirk’s number one nemesis Khan, Star Trek/Green Lantern: Stranger Worlds suddenly felt like it ramped up a gear. Yes there were many hundreds of Manhunters ripping the Enterprise out of Warp but Khannnnnnnnnn!

With Guy Gardner, Stewart and Kilowog confronting Khan who now holds the red ring of an unconscious Atrocitus – currently under his boot – the three
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Comic Book Review – Star Trek: Waypoint #2

Villordsutch reviews Star Trek: Waypoint #2…

This month, two stories from different ends of the galaxy! First, a Gold Key homage from New York Times best-selling Star Trek author Dayton Ward, with Trek novelist and collaborator Kevin Dilmore, and art by Gordon Purcell (Star Trek), where Kirk and Spock find an uncharted planet inhabited by monstrous robots! And finally, a story by Sam Maggs, bestselling author of The Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxy, with art by Rachael Stott (Star Trek, Doctor Who). Learn the backstory of Yeoman Leslie Thompson, the first and Only female redshirt to die in the Original Series!

See Also: Check out a preview of Star Trek: Waypoint #2 here

In our second issue of Star Trek: Waypoint Idw Publishing is taking us back to the Star Trek Original Series, with two individual tales that you would believe were both written and drawn decades apart.
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Theater Review: ‘New Country’ is Original, Exuberant & Poignant

Chicago – The Country Music industry has become as huge as any category of music entertainment. So Mark Roberts, the creator of the TV sitcom “Mike & Molly,” has fashioned a boisterous new play about the machinations of that genre of music industry, and gave it the plaintive title of “New Country.”

Play Rating: 4.5/5.0

New Country” is making its Midwest premiere after a triumphant Off Broadway run in New York City. It involves a two-faced but wildly popular country singer on the eve of his wedding in Nashville. Roberts has combined the “cletus” element of the genre, through his self-portrayed character Uncle Jim, and the business side through a pair of duplicitous handlers. What follows is a focused and (at times) emotional statement on the industry of entertainment, especially regarding who wins and who is left behind. What Roberts never forgets is his funny bone, the play is freaking hilarious, and hits
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Deadline’s ‘Goat’ Panel With Nick Jonas, Ben Schnetzer And Director Andrew Neel – Sundance Live Stream

Deadline continues its Sundance Film Festival panel series today with Co-Editor In Chief Mike Fleming Jr. sitting down with director Andrew Neel and the cast of the U.S. Dramatic Competition drama Goat. Cast including Nick Jonas and Ben Schnetzer join Neel for a live discussion from our Samsung Studio on Park Avenue. The Killer Films pic, written by Neel, David Gordon Green and Mark Roberts based on Brad Land’s memoir, premiered last night at the Library Center…
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Apa Books TV Writer/Novelist Sarah Tarkoff; ‘Mike & Molly’ Creator Mark Roberts Joins Primary Wave

Sarah Tarkoff, a writer on ABC’s Mistresses who this year sold her debut Ya sci-fi novel Eye Of The Beholder to HarperCollins in a competitive three-book deal, has signed with Apa. She has also penned episodes of Arrow and The Witches Of East End, and previously worked on Jane The Virgin and Gossip Girl. Primary Wave Entertainment has signed Mike & Molly creator and onetime Two And A Half Men scribe Mark Roberts. The deal makes Roberts the latest writer to join the…
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Watch: 6 Unique Sports Documentaries Directed By Errol Morris About Everything From Streakers To Horse Racing

Documentarian Errol Morris clearly loves to work and tell stories, as, in between his features, he's always got a plethora of short projects brewing for a variety of outlets, including The New York Times. His latest venture is for Grantland, and it's a half-dozen short sports documentaries, and as per usual, it finds Morris taking a unique angle and capturing the kinds of tales you're not likely to get from any other filmmaker. So let's break them down: —"The Subterranean Stadium" takes a portrait of John Dicarlo and his friends, who are the most enthusiastic electronic football players you're likely to meet. —"The Heist" tells the story behind the theft of Michael Jordan's jersey from the rafters of the Dean Dome. —"The Streaker" introduces viewers to Mark Roberts, who for more than two decades has been letting it all hang loose at sporting events around the world. —"Being Mr.
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Sierra/Affinity to sell Mr. Right at Afm

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Lakeshore Entertainment has injected a title into a typically quiet run-up to the market, announcing that Sierra/Affinity will introduce buyers to the romantic action comedy starring Sam Rockwell and Anna Kendrick.

Tim Roth, James Ransone, Anson Mount, Michael Eklund and RZA also star in Mr. Right, which commenced shooting in New Orleans on October 13.

Paco Cabezas directs from a screenplay by Max Landis. CAA and Amasia Entertainment represent Us rights.

The story charts a luckless lady who finally meets the man of her dreams and must deal with the consequences after she learns he is a reformed hitman.

Michael Helfant and Bradley Gallo are producing through Amasia Entertainment along with Lawrence Mattis and Rick Jacobs of Circle Of Confusion in association with 3311 Productions.

Stephen Emery, Landis, William C Gallo, Allen Church, Mark Roberts, P Jennifer Dana, Ross Jacobson, and Sheldon Rabinowitz serve as executive producers.
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Mark Roberts Reflects on TV Industry Experiences: 'There Are Children There That Are Broken'

"If it's not on the screen, it never happened," say the characters in Enter at Forest Lawn, Mark Roberts' Off-Broadway play that offers a partially absurd, partially accurate view of what happens inside the executive offices of the television industry. "That's actually something I had heard somebody say! I've heard some of it, and I've heard a lot worse," Roberts — former Two and a Half Men head writer, The Big Bang Theory executive consultant and creator of Mike and Molly — tells The Hollywood Reporter of the lines. "It's funny — when the people in the theater

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'Enter at Forest Lawn': Theater Review

Mark Roberts’ extensive television credits include serving as executive producer and head writer for seven seasons of Two and a Half Men and as executive consultant on three seasons of The Big Bang Theory; he also created Mike and Molly, on which he served as executive producer for the first 70 episodes. So it’s no surprise that he knows something about the ins and outs of network sitcoms. What is surprising is that he’s so willing to bite the hand that feeds him with Enter at Forest Lawn, his new play receiving its world premiere by New York’s Amoralists Theatre Company. This viciously dark and

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Red Arrow Strikes Deals on Reality Shows with 40 Countries

London — Red Arrow Intl.’s has inked deals for shows on its reality slate with buyers in more than 40 countries.

ViaSat has secured rights to magazine program “How It Works” for Russia, Poland, Ukraine and 32 other territories. The show looks at how the world ticks and clicks, such as how a Swatch watch is made, or how the steel girders of a skyscraper work. It was produced for National Geographic by Bullseye TV Prods.

Rights to “The Indestructibles” have been secured by Kompas TV in Indonesia, Denmark’s DR3 and Singapore’s MediaCorp. The show recreates disastrous incidents using harrowing eyewitness accounts and state-of-the-art graphics. The series was produced by Story House Prods. for National Geographic.

Specials have also been selling, such as “The Man Who Streaked the World,” which will run to Ntv in Japan, Denmark’s DR2, TV4 in Sweden and Israel’s Dbs. It follows Mark Roberts
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25 most outrageous 'This Morning' moments: Laughter, tears and nudity

Happy 25th birthday to This Morning, which celebrates its silver anniversary today (October 3).

The famous ITV daytime show's current hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby were joined by original hosts Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan for a special episode at This Morning's first home in Liverpool's Albert Docks.

To commemorate this momentous occasion, here's Digital Spy's pick of This Morning's most memorable moments.

1. Booyakasha!

Who could forget Richard Madeley's misjudged and horrendously toe-curling Ali G impersonation? He appeared on our screens completely in character, right down to the drawn-on goatee, while an awkward Judy Finnegan visibly cringed and attempted to plough on with the show.

2. Two Vaginas Lady

Well done Holly Willoughby, who was able to keep a straight face while explaining that poor Hazel Jones has a medical condition which means she has two vaginas. The discussion spanned double periods, the difficulty of inserting tampons and some very graphic camera shots.
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'Mike and Molly' creator Mark Roberts leaving show before Season 4

"Mike & Molly" has been renewed for a Season 4, but the CBS comedy will return without its creator, Mark Roberts. Roberts, who worked as the sitcom's showrunner and executive producer for the first three seasons.

According to a report from Deadline, Roberts is leaving to focus on other projects. The original article quoted a Warner Bros. TV statement that said, "Al Higgins, currently co-executive producer of 'Mike & Molly,' has been named executive producer and will serve as day-to-day showrunner of the comedy for its upcoming fourth season."

There is no further word from the studio about why Roberts decided to leave now, but there has been speculation that the cast and crew of the show were not happy with the creator in charge.

Higgins has worked on the show since its premiere and will now serve as executive producer with Chuck Lorre. It is unlikely, however, that Lorre will have much to do with production.
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Mike & Molly Creator Steps Down as Showrunner

Whenever it may be that Mike & Molly returns for Season 4, the CBS comedy will have a new man at the helm.

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Series creator Mark Roberts (inset) is stepping down as showrunner after three seasons, producer Warner Bros. TV confirms for our sister site Deadline.

Replacing Roberts as an exec producer (alongside Chuck Lorre) and as showrunner will be Alan J. Higgins, who most recently served as a co-executive producer on Mike & Molly and whose previous TV credits include ‘Til Death and Malcolm in the Middle.

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'Mike & Molly' Showrunner Mark Roberts Steps Down

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"Mike & Molly" creator Mark Roberts has stepped down as showrunner from the CBS comedy, an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap. Roberts has been with the comedy for its entire three-season run. He's leaving the show to focus on other projects. Co-executive producer Al Higgins has been promoted to executive producer and showrunner for the upcoming fourth season. His previous credits include "Malcolm in the Middle" and "Newsradio." The series' ratings saw a decline in viewers this past season. It's penultimate episode of the season got a 2.4 rating/6 share in
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'Mike & Molly' creator leaving show

CBS’ Mike & Molly is undergoing some behind-the-scenes changes.

Mark Roberts, the creator and showrunnner for the comedy’s first three seasons, is stepping down to focus on other projects. In his place, Al Higgins, currently co-executive producer, has been named executive producer and will serve as day-to-day showrunner of the comedy for its upcoming fourth season.

Though CBS ordered a full 22-episode season of the show starring Melissa McCarthy and Billy Gardell, the network notably opted to save the comedy for midseason. The benching helps CBS find room to launch four new sitcoms this fall: Mom, The Millers, The Crazy Ones and We Are Men.
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‘Mike & Molly’ Creator Mark Roberts To Exit, Al Higgins Upped To Ep & Showrunner

Mark Roberts, the creator of Mike & Molly, will be leaving the CBS comedy series, which was recently renewed for a fourth season. Roberts “will be stepping down from his showrunner and executive producer roles after three successful seasons to focus on other projects,” Mike & Molly producer Warner Bros. TV said in a statement to Deadline. “Al Higgins, currently co-executive producer of Mike & Molly, has been named executive producer and will serve as day-to-day showrunner of the comedy for its upcoming fourth season.” The studio would not comment on the reasons for the change, however there has been speculation for months that the show’s cast and crew were not happy with Roberts. Veteran comedy writer-producer Higgins has been on Mike & Molly since after the pilot. His previous series credits include NewsRadio and Malcolm In The Middle. On Mike & Molly, he will serve as executive producer alongside Chuck Lorre, who has
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TV review: Hugh's Fish Fight: Save Our Seas; Streak! The Man Who Can't Keep His Clothes On; Friday Night, Saturday Morning

I know Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall means well, but this scallop-dredging voyage is really dull

Two years ago Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall made a programme about the insanity of EU fishing regulations that insisted any undersized fish should be chucked back into the sea to rot rather than served on a plate. And a remarkably successful campaign it turned out to be, with the EU now reconsidering this area of fisheries policy. Buoyed by this, and kitted out in a bit-too-try-hard hippy necklace along with a much more sensible haircut, he is back with a second dose of Hugh's Fish Fight: Save Our Seas (Channel 4) in which his new target is scallop dredging.

Off he went diving in a small patch of sea off the coast of the Isle of Man that had been designated a marine reserve for some 20 years. This being the Irish Sea, the water was extremely murky but
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TV highlights 14/02/2013

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The Planners | Britain's Secret Shoppers | Hugh's Fish Fight: Save Our Seas | The Genius Of Invention | Streak! The Man Who Couldn't Keep His Clothes On | Vegas | Way To Go

The Planners

8pm, BBC2

Another glimpse into development hell, allowing you to play along at home with the curiously addictive game of "Guess Who Got Planning Permission?" The Blackhams, a family so obsessed with getting planning permission that even their children have a grasp of the rules, battle to build 31 houses in the sleepy village of Tattenhall, Cheshire. Meanwhile in Stroud, the fabulously named Phil Skill has to tackle a trucker who's built a neighbour–enraging shed without permission. Too gripping. Hannah Verdier

Britain's Secret Shoppers

8pm, Channel 4

There's no doubt that "business expert" Justin Preston knows his way around a deal, but some of the advice in this new series for the canny shopper borders on the banal. Designer sales
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