Stars on Mars is one of Fox’s solution to give people tv programming slot. Because you know all of the writers are on strike. Unscripted TV will be on the rise again because there are no writers to write scripts. They are still on the streets fighting for better compensation and treatment. The experiment on Biosphere 2 likely serves as inspiration for this Reality TV show. There was a time when 8 people volunteered to live this model space colony. The structure made to see how people will live on Mars. People became hostile and divided by alliances due to the isolation and air leaks on the cement material of the walls.
When actors make the leap in front of the camera to behind it, things don’t always work out. But there are exceptions, and as it turns out, Elizabeth Banks has a wild mind and knows what will get attention. Cocaine Bear was her own idea. Now she’s interested in making a cartoon for the Fox network that takes place in Bedrock, home of the Flintstones, only 20 years removed from the original series.
The website Giant Freakin Robot claimed today they have an inside source who has revealed to them a live-action remake of Titan AE is being considered by Disney/Fox. Details were light because “we were unable to learn whose hands the project is currently in,” they say. Take this one with a massive grain of salt, as we couldn’t confirm this with any of the more established sites like Variety or THR.
The Fantastic 4 had been out of MCU because of Fox. Fox owns X-men and Fantastic 5 Cinematically despite being a Marvel Ip. They suffered the same fate as X-men. Marvel CEO Ike Perlmutter had been sabotaging Fox-owned Marvel IPs for years. He tried to replace Mutants with Inhumans and it backfired with low comics sales. He really pushed hard to make Inhumans happen because he doesn’t want to promote something Marvel doesn’t completely own. Just like Gretchen from Mean girls tried to popularize the word fetch. He even retcons Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver being Magneto’s offspring and make them Inhumans so they can appear in MCU. Fantastic 4 suffered the same fate. They got less prominent in the comics. The last Fantastic 4 film is a flop because of the lack of promotion and controversies.
At this point, twenty seasons of The Simpsons have been released on DVD — two thirds of the current library, roughly. At the pace they’re going, 20th Century Fox and its parent company The Walt Disney Company should get to our current season by the time Fox broadcasts the 47th. But the important thing is, all the truly classic seasons and episodes are available, except “Stark Raving Dad.”
The promotional campaign for Fox Searchlight’s Ready Or Not is in gear, and 30-second trailers for the film have begun airing in prime time….ads that are somewhat misleading. The TV spots cut the comedic elements out entirely and give the impression that this is a REALLY SERIOUS FLICK about a game of hide-and-go-seek where the losers die.
Today at The Orville’s SDCC panel, creator and star Seth MacFarlane dropped the bomb that the series would not run on Fox for its third season. Instead, the show will become a Hulu original. Wha? Why?
Fox’s Dark Phoenix won’t be out until June 7, but we’re told this will be the final trailer for the movie before then. Two months is a long time to go without another big promo, but it says “Final Trailer” in the YouTube title, and…they wouldn’t lie, would they?
A new TV commercial for Dark Phoenix (which we’ll get to in a bit) reveals a couple of new scenes from Fox’s upcoming X-Movie…which is sounding more and more like its last, if you don’t count the spinoff New Mutants (still rumored to be premiering this year, though no one knows when).
The biggest question mark hovering over the 20th Century Fox schedule has been New Mutants, which promises to take the now-inescapable superhero movie genre to a place it’s never been before…outright horror. We’ve known about this movie for a long time….which is the problem. Its first trailer appeared almost two years ago.
The Dark Phoenix Saga is the most iconic X-Men story of them all. It’s technically already been made into a movie, but….no one talks about that in polite company. Can 20th Century Fox get it right the second time, or will it take Disney to do the events justice? We’re about to find out.
It’s been rumored for a long time — Fox’s reboot of Buffy the Vampire Slayer — but we’ve never heard anything about the project actually going forward. That’s because, until now, none of the Buffy re-Buffs have had the blessing of creator Joss Whedon, and have thus died on the vine. Until now.