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Long time stuntman, stunt coordinator, and director in his own right, T.J. Scott might best be known as a director for numerous television shows such as Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Xena: Warrior Princess, Cleopatra 2525, and more recently shows such as Gotham, Spartacus, 12 Monkeys, and The Strain, but he has a new feature film set to be released in theaters on October 20th called Death Valley. The suspenseful film stars his wife Victoria Pratt (Mutant X, Cleopatra 2525), and is set entirely in Death Valley. It centers around four characters stranded in the desert after they accidentally run over a woman with their car. Scott, who took a moment out of his busy schedule, discusses his career and shares his thoughts on his latest film.
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- Gary Collinson
That time Ryan Gosling played a young Kevin Sorbo Young Hercules: Here's a weird bit of trivia. The '90s TV adventure show Hercules: The Legendary Journeys ran for six seasons and had a total of 111 episodes. Its spin-off prequel show, Young Hercules starring a teenage Ryan Gosling, only ran for one season, but it had a whopping 50 episodes. That's pretty absurd, right? So hey, if you're looking for a great, totally random gift for the Gosling fan in your life, we're going to go ahead and guess they don't own all 50 episodes of his Fox Kids Network 1998 classic. Oh, and did we mention it was produced by Sam Raimi? One of the great werewolf classics Dog Soldiers: Neil Marshall is a fairly household name with genre fans, which is...
- Peter Hall
Another big week of DVD and Blu-ray releases for genre fans out there as we’ve got several cult classics coming to Blu-ray and more than a dozen indie films headed home on DVD as well on June 23rd. Scream Factory is showing Neil Marshall’s Dog Soldiers some love on Tuesday with their Collector’s Edition Combo set and Kino Lorber is also giving a high-def overhaul to both Needful Things and The Island of Dr. Moreau too. The provocative horror fantasy Horsehead is also arriving on both Blu and DVD and for any longtime Ryan Gosling fans out there, you’ll undoubtedly want to snag a copy of Young Hercules: The Complete Series which is coming to DVD for the first time ever this week.
A group of soldiers dispatched to the Scottish Highlands on »
- Heather Wixson
Ryan Gosling is awesome every time he does anything – including when he "crashes" live televised events.
Russell Crowe was presenting the nominees for Best Supporting Actress at the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts awards, live via satellite from Los Angeles, when Ryan Gosling strolled over and made the whole thing a million times better.
Crowe and Gosling are currently in L.A. shooting their 1970s-era crime thriller The Nice Guys – hence their unusual attire.
In the hilarious clip, Crowe introduces the star saying, "Ladies and gentlemen, you might not recognize him with his clothes on. It's Ryan Gosling."
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That's a good jab on Crowe's part. Gosling does love taking his clothes off.
After Crowe's introduction, Gosling showed off his laughably bad Aussie accent, saying, "G'day folks, how ya goin'?"
Even Crowe chuckled in response to the cheesy attempt.
"Only one man dared to challenge their power… Hercules!"
Does that ring a bell? Yes, we're talking about the beloved '90s television series, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys starring the hunky Kevin Sorbo. The show is turning the big 2-0, so we're flashing back to 1995 when Et was on set with the man, the myth, the legend.
Back then, the show was just starting out and Sorbo was excited to master his moves and perform his own stunts – but that doesn't mean there weren't a few scrapes and bruises along the way.
"Oh, I got kicked right in the face!” Sorbo told Et two decades ago. "I had to fight a 400 pound New Zealand weight lifting champion, and he caught me flush in the face and took me out."
Ouch! But not to worry, Sorbo shook it off. After all, the role was »
5 items from 2015
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