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For over a decade Screen Gems has been cashing in with their Resident Evil film franchise. The first film in the series, 2002's Resident Evil, pulled $102M and then the sequels: 2004's Resident Evil: Apocalypse did $129.3M, 2007's Resident Evil: Extinction did $147M, Resident Evil: Afterlife did a best $296.2M and Resident Evil: Retribution did second best with $240M. They cleared some hefty profits as they were given surprisingly modest budgets for films that relied heavily on complex action sequences and CGI. It is one of the few video game-to-film adaptations that has actually been successful. So, it is quite surprising that Paul W.S. Anderson revealed to Collider that the next Resident Evil will also be the last one. He started off the conversation with Collider by revealing the title, which is “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter." He cautioned that its just the working title at the moment, but added, »
SyFy have unveiled a new trailer for their upcoming angelic battle series 'Dominion'. The show which airs later this month is based upon director Scott Stewart's 2010 fantasy horror 'Legion' which starred Paul Bettany as the Archangel Michael who heads to Earth to help save humanity from a forthcoming army of angels sent to destroy the human race. 'Dominion' stars Christopher Egan ('Resident Evil: Extinction'), Roxanne McKee ('Game of Thrones'), Alan Dale ('Lost'), Tom Wisdom, Anthony Stewart Head ('Buffy the Vampire Slayer') and Rosalind Halstead. You can check out the new trailer below. »
Countryfile came out on top in the ratings on a quiet Sunday, according to overnight data.
The BBC One nature series brought in 5.5 million (29.3%) at 7pm, followed by Antiques Roadshow with 5.0m (23.2%) at 8pm.
Drama Quirke continued with 3.7m (17.5%) at 9pm.
On ITV, Catchphrase puzzled 4.1m (21.5%) at 7pm (179,000/0.8% on +1). Michael Flatley's Night To Remember special entertained 3.4m (15.8%) at 8pm (192k/0.8%), followed by Bond movie Quantum of Solace with 1.9m (11.9%) at 9.30pm (154k/1.6%).
BBC Two's I Bought a Rainforest appealed to 1.6m (7.3%) at 8pm. Britain's Greatest Pilots intrigued 1.5m (6.7%) at 9pm, while D-Day: The Last Heroes brought in 1.2m (7.2%) at 10pm.
Channel 4's For the Love of Cars gathered 1.4m (6.6%) at 8pm (211k/0.9%), while Fargo's latest episode was seen by 1.2m (5.3%) at 9pm (182k/1.1%).
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Heading to SyFy next month is the new small screen series 'Dominion' which picks up the supernatural themes of Scott Stewart's 2010 fantasy horror 'Legion', which starred Paul Bettany. The action takes places 25 years following the events of the film and follows Alex Lannen, a rebellious young soldier, and who can be seen battling with an angel on this new cool teaser one-sheet provided by Entertainmennt Weekly. 'Dominion' stars Christopher Egan ('Resident Evil: Extinction'), Roxanne McKee ('Game of Thrones'), Alan Dale ('Lost'), Tom Wisdom and Anthony Stewart Head ('Buffy the Vampire Slayer'). Head below for the new poster. »
The second half of "Teen Wolf" Season 3 brought a lot of changes to the series, and if you're ready to relive them - or are behind and want to catch up - mark your calendars for June 17th, when it arrives on DVD from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. Here are the details.
As an added incentive, fans who purchase the Season 3 Part 2 DVD will enjoy a gift-with-purchase Fan Art Collection booklet, which includes 19 illustrious, fan-produced art pieces inspired by "Teen Wolf "characters and Season 3 Part 2 events.
This booklet is available for a limited time only and includes a foreword by creator and executive producer Jeff Davis.
"Teen Wolf" Season 3 Part 2 Synopsis:
While Scott struggles to find his place as an Alpha, he, Allison, and Stiles begin to experience strange side effects as a result of re-igniting the power within Beacon Hills. They soon discover that the answer to their »
- Debi Moore
Prepare for battle! Justice League: War is coming…and we’ve got an exclusive new clip to get you excited about its arrival.
In a scene inspired by a panel from Geoff Johns’ 2012 graphic novel Justice League: Origin, Wonder Woman takes to the streets of Washington, D.C. for the first time. But instead of encountering aliens or mercenaries, she discovers (with the help of a new friend named Hannah) something very different…and potentially life-changing: ice cream.
Hey, even superheroes need to appreciate the little things. (And from the looks of this clip, it’s safe to say »
- Andrea Towers
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