When Ash Vs. Evil Dead star Bruce Campbell and creator Sam Raimi showed up for yesterday's Starz TV Critics Press Tour session, Campbell was quick to explain how the reason he had to do this show was because fans wouldn't have it any other way, especially considering how he keeps... More »
Apparently undaunted by the fact that they’re already set to put together five new hours of slapstick horror for their Starz series Ash Vs. Evil Dead, Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell have said they’d both be open to making more films in the gore-soaked franchise. Show More Summary
My most anticipated panel at the Television Critics Association summer press tour was the Starz panel for Ash Vs. Evil Dead. Bruce Campbell dominated the panel, both via questions asked of him, and those asked of his costars and collaborators. Show More Summary
Even though we all knew that this was going to be the case, it’s still really great to get confirmation that the ’73 Delta 88 that has been featured in nearly every single Sam Raimi film is back for “Ash vs Evil Dead“, as confirmed by Bruce Campbell himself! Campbell responded to a fan who […]
On Monday, rumors surfaced that Xena: Warrior Princess would get the reboot treatment from NBC. According to Hollywood Reporter, the network and executive producers Rob Tapert and Sam Raimi are...
Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell, Lucy Lawless discuss where they plan to go in the series, and the hope to merge universes with the recent "Evil Dead" remake.
Genuinely exciting reboot alert: the Hollywood Reporter reports that NBC along with producers Rob Tapert and Sam Raimi are looking for a head writer to reboot the '90s-era cheeseball fantasy hit Xena: Warrior Princess. The original show...Show More Summary
“Twenty years after it first premiered as a ‘Hercules’ spinoff, ‘Xena: Warrior Princess’ could be returning to television,” reports Lesley Goldberg at The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed blog. A writer is being sought, Goldberg notes, adding that Sam Raimi, who...
"Xena: Warrior Princess" is trying to fight its way back to television, led by executive producers Rob Tapert and Sam Raimi, who helped shape the original show.
But it will settle for bringing her back in 2016, when this reboot of the cult classic adventure show is tentatively due. Original Xena producers Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert are working on the series, but original star Lucy Lawless’ involvement is seemingly still to be determined—but it most likely won’t be as Xena herself. Read more...
Producers Sam Raimi and Robert Tapert hired Lucy Lawless to play Xena in their ’90s TV series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, which led to her starring role in the original TV series Xena: Warrior Princess. When the pair pulled Lawless...Show More Summary
Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert are developing a "modern reboot" for NBC The post Xena: Warrior Princess Reboot Planned! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
NBC is reportedly in the early stages of developing a modern reboot of "Xena: Warrior Princess" with original producers Rob Tapert & Sam Raimi.
Lucy Lawless recently reunited with Xena: Warrior Princess producers Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert—Lawless’ husband—for their upcoming project Ash Vs. Evil Dead. The Evil Dead TV series also stars Xena alum Bruce Campbell, who played master thief Autolycus in the fantasy series. Show More Summary
When Sam Raimi brought his Spider-Man trilogy to the silver screen in 2002, he probably didn't think the wall-crawler would see not one but two reboots following so close on its heels.
As Spider-Man gears up for yet another reboot — this time as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe — Sam Raimi, who directed the first Spider-Man feature, has weighed in with his thoughts. Put simply, he sound pretty excited for the upcoming Spider-Man, declaring that he has “a lot of faith” in Marvel’s vision. Show More Summary
It’s still a bit strange that we’re getting a third Spider-Man franchise already — the second reboot in three years, and the second reboot since Sam Raimi kicked off the franchise with 2002's Spider-Man. Following Marvel and Sony’s highly-anticipated...Show More Summary
Original 'Spider-Man' director Sam Raimi is glad that they're bringing Peter Parker back to high school for this new reboot.
The director of the first three Spider-Man movies talked to MTV News about what he thinks of Marvel's latest incarnation of the wall-crawler.
If there's one man who has a proven track record of bringing Spider-Man to the big screen in a vibrant, thought-provoking, and still entertaining fashion, it's Sam Raimi. Between 2002 and 2007, Sam Raimi oversaw three Spider-Man films with Tobey Maguire as his Peter Parker. Show More Summary