The battle for the future of humankind will be fought tonight and, hopefully, the same time next week.
David Nutter will direct The Sarah Connor Chronicles for Warner Bros. TV, to air on the Fox network. Nutter has directed episodes of Smallville, Supernatural, and Without a Trace.
Nutter says he is up to the task of following in blockbuster director James Cameron's footsteps, even with a smaller TV budget.
"It's important for me to live up, as best I can, to the bar that Jim Cameron set," Nutter told Variety. "[It] has to carry as much of a punch."
The Terminator series is one of the most successful film franchises of all time, with the three movies collectively grossing over $1 billion worldwide. Chronicles will follow the events taking place after Terminator 2, when Sarah Connor and her son, John, go underground, hiding from authorities and waiting for ...Read more
Former Dark Angel
Jessica Alba, recently
seen in the films Sin City and Fantastic
Four, has been cast in the titular role in the
upcoming TV-to-movie conversion
I Dream of Jeannie.
The actress beat out several other "It girl" actresses,
including Kate Hudson,
Alicia Silverstone, and Lindsay Lohan.
The original role was played by Barbara Eden.
I Dream of Jeannie premiered in 1965 and ran for five seasons. It told the story of astronaut Anthony Nelson, played by future Dallas star Larry Hagman, who stumbles upon a genie's bottle after his rocket crash-lands on a desert island. After he rubs the bottle, a genie named Jeannie pops out and attempts to fulfill her new master's every wish. Unfortunately for Nelson, Jeannie's wish fulfillment only serves to mess up his life in comedic ways!Read more
The day of reckoning is fast approaching for this year's batch of Oscar hopefuls, and we at TV.com are certainly looking forward to one of television's biggest yearly events. Though the Academy Awards exist to honor the year's most admirable achievements in film, we all know that many movie stars have roots planted firmly in the fertile ground of TV. This year, several nominees have notable TV roles in their past or present careers. Let's take a moment to brush up on the accomplishments of these stars and wish them good luck on their big day! Please let us know whom you support, and be sure to tune in to ABC on Sunday, March 5, at 8:00 p.m. ET. Visit the Oscars' Web site for the full list of presenters and nominees.
Felicity Huffman, up for Best Lead Actress in Transamerica ...Read more