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The original 1988 comedy starred the late Corey Haim as a teen who takes his grandfather’s prized 1972 Cadillac out for a night on the town with his friend (Corey Feldman) — despite the fact that he failed his driver’s test. The joyride leads to all kinds of trouble, including a messy encounter with a young Heather Graham.
After launching three franchises between Barbershop, Fantastic Four and Ride Along, director Tim Story is set to tackle a fourth with New Line’s “Shaft.” Can you dig it?
Inspired by actual events surrounding a phenomenon in 1974, the story follows a young married couple who discover a mysterious metallic orb in the woods near their house following a meteor shower. While the unusual object dazzles the couple by exhibiting some awe-inspiring properties, its true purpose is revealed to be far more sinister than they could ever imagine.
Apart from NBC’s discernible desire for a primetime soap, it’s difficult to figure out what the network is looking for. Is there a method to The Peacock’s madness? Let’s find out in our complete preview of the 2016 NBC Drama pilots.
Robert Lynn’s dynamic new action spec Designated Survivor has quickly spread like a wildfire through town, landing at six major territories.
Supernatural creator Eric Kripke and The Shield creator Shawn Ryan are teaming up on the action adventure drama Time. The series centers on an unlikely trio who travel through time to protect history as we know it.
Based on the famous Disneyland ride of the same name, the film will be a period adventure, placing Johnson and others on a trip through Africa. John Requa and Glenn Ficarra are scripting the project, which been in development since the early 2000’s.
A powerful mobster for the Chicago Outfit, Roselli helped them control Hollywood and the Las Vegas strip and was even involved with the CIA’s plot to assassinate Fidel Castro in the 1960’s.
Follows the literary icons Alan Quatermain, Captain Nemo, Mina Harker, invisible man Rodney Skinner, Secret Service agent Sawyer, Dorian Gray, Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde and the group’s recruiter, M, as an off-color group of outcasts that have to team up and use their powers and skills to save the world from destruction.
Perhaps, the third times a charm for THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN. After a lackluster feature film in 2003, and a failed attempt to kick of f a TV series in 2013, 20th Century Fox and Davis Entertainment have decided to go back to the source, planning to reboot a potential franchise based on Alan Moore’s comic book series.
Logline: Lyle the crocodile lives in a house on East 88th Street in New York City. He likes it there, and his hosts, the Primms, like have him around–he helps young Joshua with his homework, jumps-rope with the neighborhood kids, and browses through antique shops with Mrs. Primm. Much to the affable reptile’s dismay, however, he makes his neighbor’s cat Loretta crazy, which in turn make Mr. Grumps, Loretta’s owner, even crazier. One day, Mrs. Primm and Lyle are shopping, when Lyle–through no real fault of his own–ends up infuriating department-store bigwig Mr. Grumps who turns red and blue and purple with rage. This unfortunate eruption lands the rollicking reptile in the Central Park Zoo where Lyle fights back his crocodile tears. In an elaborate sequence of events, Lyle finds himself back with the Primms on East 88th Street, a neighborhood hero, and, startlingly, even a friend of the mistrustful cat Loretta.