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Pop culture junkies are in for a treat this weekend as Fan Expo Dallas rolls out the red carpet for Dallas Comic Con's annual Fan Days. Dozens of actors and artists from several different iconic television shows, movies, and comic books will be in attendance meeting and greeting their enthusiastic fans. Let's not forget the multitudes of vendors providing the masses with the opportunity to get their hands on hard-to-find items and merchandise. At the risk of sounding cliche, there really is something for everyone at Dallas Comic Con's Fan Days.
Actors participating in Dallas Comic Con's Fan Days for 2014 include familiar faces from across the geek spectrum. Lord of the Rings fans can participate in a mini-reunion between Hobbits with Sean Astin and Elijah Wood. The Goonies prove they never say die as Astin is joined by his comrades and Lost Boys hunter Corey Feldman and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom »
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While original X-Men director Bryan Singer was set to direct X-Men: Apocalypse after X-Men: Days of Future Past became an enormous hit at the box office earlier in the year, it has still not been completely confirmed that he will be able to return, due to his pending sexual abuse lawsuit. But if legal issues do tie him up, and someone else is forced to take over, it's clear he's not ready to leave the superhero genre anytime soon. His next project as a director could be an adaptation of Image Comics' Age of Heroes.
Bryan Singer's production company Bat Hat Harry has picked up the title for development. James D. Hudnall created the 90s title, with Alex Hollister writing the screenplay. Marc Berliner is set to produce along with David Engel and Stephen Emery through their House of Confusion production company.
Age of Heroes follows a group of »
Exclusive: Breaking Bad executive producer/director Michelle MacLaren has signed a two-year exclusive first-look deal with HBO. The pay cable network has had its eye on MacLaren for a while — she has become one of the go-to directors for HBO’s flagship drama Game Of Thrones, directing four episodes over the past two seasons. She is now directing HBO’s new drama series, Damon Lindelof’s The Leftovers. For her work as an executive producer and director on AMC’s Breaking Bad, MacLaren shared in the best drama Emmy Award the Vince Gilligan-created series won last year and has earned two directing Emmy nominations. She also is involved in the Breaking Bad prequel series, Better Call Saul. MacLaren, repped by ICM Partners and attorney Mitch Smelkinson, first worked with Gilligan on Harsh Realm and The X-Files, on both of which she served as a co-executive producer, making her directorial debut on The X-Files. »
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He played one of the most charismatic characters in TV history, so when Terry O’Quinn popped by Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) to talk about his new Fox drama Gang Related (which debuts May 22), we knew we also had to chat with him about his Emmy winning turn as John Locke on Lost. Apparently, we are not alone, as O’Quinn told us that people still stop him on the street hoping to crack the code on that character and the show in general. “That’s what people generally stop me for and talk to me about now is Lost, »
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