Enlivened by the success of their Dracula not quite needing to be canceled just yet, NBC has set about returning to the world of stock Halloween costumes for another venture. Now they're reportedly working on a Wolfman show, and Dracula's head writer Daniel Knauf is developing it, though not from an original take. Instead, he'll be building off of Joe Johnson's 2010 Benicio del Toro Wolfman--the one that in the U.S. made only $62 million back on its $150 million budget, so they'll obviously have to dramatically lessen that interest-cost disparity if they hope to make this work. Thankfully, that should all work itself out the moment development reaches the point where it turns out this Wolfman time-traveled to the present to sniff out New York's toughest criminals.
As has been weirdly documented, Angela Lansbury sensually feels her entire body every morning. But you want to know what she is not feeling? That Murder, She Wrote reboot NBC is doing with Octavia Spencer.... / Continue →
As revealed this morning on Today to everyone staying home sick and Mom, NBC is planning to broadcast the flight that will make Richard Branson and his offspring the first non-government employees in space. The network has reportedly made an agreement with Branson to follow th... / Continue →
Looks like Fox's League of Extraordinary Gentlemen pilot won't be the only new television blinding Alan Moore with rage. Now NBC has reportedly started development on another of Moore's characters, with the hopes of bringing cynical magician and supernatural detective John Cons... / Continue →