11 items from 2013
Cmt’s Fall line-up includes four new series, along with the return of Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders: Making The Team for an eighth season. Also slated is an all-new episode of Cmt Crossroads featuring Stevie Nicks and Lady Antebellum. New original docu-series The Untitled Cassadee Pope Project follows the Season 3 The Voice winner and her rise to fame. It’s set to premiere on October 4 at 9 Pm. Also scheduled is new reality series Untitled 495 from Jersey Shore exec producer SallyAnn Salsano and 495 Productions. It’s slated to premiere November 8 at 9 Pm. Rounding out the fall lineup is, Orange County Choppers, featuring Paul Teutul Sr., premiering Saturday, November 16 at 9 Pm, followed by the all-new competition series Tattoo Titans at 10 Pm. In addition, Cmt will continue airing new episodes of Dog And Beth: On The Hunt, Cops Reloaded and the animated series, Bounty Hunters. Click over for show descriptions: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making The Team 8 Premieres Friday, »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
September 6 sees the release of Riddick, a sequel-slash-kinda-sorta-reboot of the franchise that began in the R-rated space-horror gem Pitch Black and continued in the PG-13 actioner The Chronicles of Riddick. The new film marks a return to the series’ roots. Once again, Vin Diesel’s anti-hero finds himself marooned on a planet and bedeviled by various threats: Bounty hunters, vengeful old enemies, the occasional creatures.
- Darren Franich
By Ryan Rigley
Now that production on "Star Wars VII' is starting to heat up, the flood gates have been opened for rumors a plenty regarding the film. Last Wednesday, Bleeding Cool intercepted a casting breakdown for the movie revealing seven brand new characters; late-teen female, young twenty-something male, late twenty-something male, seventy-something male, second young female, forty-something male, and thirty-something male.
While there may not be any character names revealed thus far, judging by the casting breakdown it's fairly safe to say that the previous rumor of Jaina and Jacen Solo being the main focus of the new trilogy is false. Han and Leia's twin children may not be appearing in "Star Wars VII" after all, but we can't help but wonder what memorable characters from the original trilogy will be showing up. Take Zuckuss for example, the Gand bounty hunter that briefly appears in "Empire Strikes Back."
- MTV Movies Team
In the single biggest piece of Star Wars sequel news since five minutes ago, a list of character breakdowns for Star Wars: Episode VII has been sent out to agents, with extremely vague-but-nevertheless-intriguing indications about seven key members of the cast. The list was initially uncovered by Bleeding Cool, and Lucasfilm has confirmed its veracity to EW. Which means that now is the time for the citizens of the internet to conceive Baseless Theories about the direction of the J.J. Abrams-directed, Michael Arndt-scripted sevenquel. Hooray for Baseless Theories! Let’s take a look, shall we?
“Late-teen female, independent, »
- Darren Franich
Though A&E determined that "every dog has its day" when it canceled "Dog the Bounty Hunter" after eight seasons, the Dog lives on at Cmt. Bounty hunters ‘Dog’, Beth and Leland Chapman will continue to hunt down fugitives on that network, as Cmt has picked up an additional 11 episodes of the first season of "Dog and Beth: On the Hunt." The full first season order will now total 22 episodes. Production on the back 11 will begin immediately, and will air in August. The show is currently airing Sun. nights at 8:00 p.m. Though ratings dwindled for the »
- Liane Bonin Starr
This week on Dog & Beth: On The Hunt, Dog, Beth and Leland steer the mobile command center to gritty Clovis, New Mexico, near the Texas border, to come to the aid of Hank Bayless. Hank has been in the bail bonds industry for 30 years as the proprietor of Hank’s Bail Bonds. His daughter Rebeccah and granddaughter Ruby also write bonds, along with newbie Dawn. Bounty hunters Oscar and Will provide the muscle of the operation. Hank is ready to retire, but he has a guy or two he wants to capture before he turns the business over to [...]
The post Dog and Beth On The Hunt recap: Big Trouble in Little Clovis appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »
- Lori Acken
By Ryan Rigley
Listen up, Padawans. Are you anxious to get a kickstart on your Jedi apprenticeship but finding yourselves at a loss without any new "Star Wars" movies to flock to? Well, just because the next "Star Wars" trilogy won't be out for a long, long time (with a release date far, far away) doesn't mean we can't start talking about it now!
As you all know, the "Star Wars" universe is pretty expansive to say the least. Hell, there are "Star Wars" characters that you've never even heard of before that have Wookieepedia pages longer than the fall down a Sarlacc Pit. That being said, this week's edition of "Star Wars Spotlight" focuses on a character that isn't quite so well-known but, in fact, has a long-standing rivalry with Boba Fett, Han Solo, Chewbacca, and even (to a lesser extent) Luke Skywalker: Bossk the bounty hunter.
- MTV Movies Team
It’s been literally days since the last bit of Star Wars franchise news was cast into the pit of the Internet, the nesting place of the all-powerful Fanboy, who slowly digests every new piece of Star Wars information over a thousand years, like some kind of purely theoretical pit-dwelling epicurean tentacled arthropod. Fortunately, the good people at the LucasFilm/Disney/Sheinhardt empire have saved us from boredom by launching a new Star Wars Character Tournament. You guessed it: It’s bracket time! The tournament lets you vote for 32 of your favorite Star Wars characters in a whole series of one-on-one matchups, »
- Darren Franich
The profession of bounty hunters is a favourite subject for the movies. Bounty Hunters are tough and hard to kill, and they can find anyone. Inspired by the release of “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters” with the kick ass duo of Renner and Aterton, we take a look at some of the coolest bounty hunters on film. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters Director: Tommy Wirkola Stars: Jeremy Renner, Gemma Arterton Now grown-up as bounty hunters, after getting a taste for blood as children, Hansel (Jeremy Renner) and Gretel (Gemma Arterton) have become the ultimate vigilantes, hell bent on retribution. Now, unbeknownst to them, Hansel and Gretel have become the hunted, and must face an evil far greater than witches...their past. No Country for Old Men Directors: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen Stars: Tommy Lee Jones, Javier Bardem, Josh Brolin A stand out film in the genre, this Coen »
- email@example.com (Vic Barry)
Disney CEO Bob Iger took a break from his treasure bath to confirm rumors that, yes, in addition to a third trilogy of "Star Wars" pictures, there will be "standalone" films that will come out in between that are "derived from great 'Star Wars' characters."
When I read that last phrase I immediately thought two things. First, "great, Calculus!" Second, "Whooooooooooooooo?"
Anthony Breznican, an actual journalist, reports that the two projects that are likely to take off first are stories about Boba Fett and Han Solo. They are neither prequels or sequels. . .they are merely quels, and they ought to quell the frustrations of many a nerd who wanted to see, once and for all, just how Lando Calrissian won the Millennium Falcon. (You thought Midi-chlorians were bad? Just wait til you watch the ship that can make the Kessel run in 12 parsecs change ownership on a Queen high! »
- Jordan Hoffman
Well let's start this off by saying that this read means no offense to the people who dislike the prequels and I respect those opinions, but I for one, love the films. Same goes for the originals, because frankly, I just love everything Star Wars, and always have since I was a kid. Nothing was ever more awesome to me than that magical hum of a lightsaber(one of the greatest weapons in Sci-Fi history I might add), The wisdom of Yoda, the chilling sound of Vader, Han Solo, Bounty Hunters, hell, anything that relates to the universe has always appealed to me. Nothing was more essential in my years of childhood than getting to see a Star Wars film on the big screen. While I may not have got to see the originals, I did get to see all the prequels, and seeing that in the theaters was a wonderful experience. »
11 items from 2013
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