Thursday, May 27, 2010

An ALIAS reboot? E's Kristin says maybe!

Don't get too excited just yet, but E Online's Kristin is reporting that ABC is in early talks with J.J. Abrams to reboot Alias in an attempt to recapture the audience they are losing with Lost and FlashForward going off the air.

According to the report, talks are very preliminary, and there's no indication if Jennifer Garner or Michael Vartan would return or if this would be a complete reboot with new actors or characters. Apparently, what won't be returning is the Rambaldi storyline. Whew! More on this as we get it! Here's the original story link.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Victor Garber Knows Kung Fu

Victor Garber has officially joined the cast of the "Kung Fu Panda" sequel from Dreamworks. His character has not yet been announced and the movie is hitting theaters in 2011. Among the other actors joining the cast are Jean-Claude Van Damme. Awesome.

Monday, May 24, 2010

A New Superhero movie for Jennifer Garner?

Rumors are swirling around Hollywood that Marvel Studios has offered Jennifer Garner a movie role as a "major" Marvel superhero character. Who the character is has not been revealed, and even with an Avengers movie in the works, talk is it could be a character for a totally new project. We'll see...

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Jennifer Garner sighting in Shreveport!

Apparently Jennifer Garner is already filming her new movie "Butter," as reports have surfaced that she and her family (including Ben) have been seen around the Shreveport, Louisiana area. They've even been seen shopping and enjoying the sights. If you live in the area, you might want to carry around a sharpie and your Alias DVD set with you just in case, as well as a Daredevil DVD.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

A look at "Super 8"


Here's a look at the trailer for J.J. Abrams new movie "Super 8" which has been running with "Iron Man" in theaters. The teaming of Abrams and Spielberg could be pure dynamite - I'm looking forward to it.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

J.J. Abrams Talks "Undercovers"


J.J. Abrams is talking about his new show "Undercovers," which hits NBC on Wednesdays this fall. He'll direct the pilot.

A look at "Undercovers"


Here's a preview courtesy of NBC of J.J.'s new spy series "Undercovers." While J.J. has made it clear this isn't Alias 2, I still hope it has a little of that Alias "feel." Let us know what you think!