The network has launched a new website for the Kirk Jones-fueled cable series, complete with cast info, photos, video clips and further blood-stained data. The series premieres on Spike TV June 28th.
GARFIELD: A TALE OF TWO KITTIES
Did you know that there's a sequel to the "Garfield" movie coming out today? Us neither. Anyway, IGN's FilmForce has a preview of the movie with director Tim Hill saying, "We wanted to take Garfield out of his usual environs -- owner Jon Arbuckle's home on a cul-de-sac, and take him to a more exotic location. In England, Garfield's not only a fish out water, he's a bull in a china shop." Meanwhile, movie critic Roger Ebert has reviewed the sequel to help audiences make a decision about it ... written in the voice of the title character. Seriously.
Another day, another group of set photos, ho hum ...
30 DAYS OF NIGHT
According to the Hollywood Reporter, actor Josh Hartnett will headline the Steve Niles adaptation, now at Columbia Pictures. Shooting is set to begin in early August in New Zealand. Ghost House Pictures' Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert are producing, while Grant Curtis is overseeing the production for the Sony-based production company. Mike Richardson, Joe Drake and Nathan Kahane are executive producing.
THAT'S A WRAP
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