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Writer and producer Scott Nimerfro has died at the age of 54. A co-executive producer on ABC's Once Upon a Time TV series from 2014 to 2016, Nimerfro is credited for writing three episodes in the fourth season: "Breaking Glass" (with Kalinda Vazquez), "Shattered Sight," and "Heart of Gold" (both with Tze Chun). Mr. Nimerfro wrote and produced many cancelled or ended series, including Hannibal, Tron: Uprising, Ringer, The Gates, Pushing Daisies, Perversions of Science, 'Til Death Do Us Part, The Outer Limits, and the original Tales from the Crypt TV show, which is being revived by TNT.
Nimerfro's last TV credit is for the March 6, 2016 episode of Once, "Souls of the Departed." In a statement to TV Series Finale, Once Upon a Time creator Adam Horowitz said, "Scott was a dear friend and an amazingly talented »
Latest update: The Lego Movie Sequel delayed.
The Lego Movie was an unexpected smash hit. It raked in over $450 million worldwide from a production budget of just $60 million, nabbed an Oscar nomination for Best Song (although the Academy did somehow neglect to give it the nod in the Animation category) and inspired enough enthusiasm from Warner Bros. that the studio promptly green-lit four more Lego-themed cinematic releases.
Here’s when you can expect those four Lego movies in the UK…
10th February 2017: The Lego Batman Movie
You don’t need us to tell you that Will Arnett’s Batman was the standout character from The Lego Movie. From his catchy song lyrics like “Darkness! No parents!” to his undeniable skills with a Batarang, this Batman Minifig »
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