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Milo Ventimiglia is opening up about the Heroes reboot and the possibility of a new revival. The actor also revealed why he won’t be auditioning for the Batman role in The Brave and the Bold film that James Gunn is working on as part of the new DC Universe he is constructing alongside Peter Safran.
In a new interview, the This Is Us alum was pessimistic about the idea of bringing back Heroes, the 2006 Tim Kring-created superhero series that aired on NBC for four seasons.
“I feel like I’ve been trained to say ‘never say never.’ But I think when they tried to bring back Heroes and reboot Heroes, it was a bit of a soft landing,” Ventimiglia said in an interview with ComicBook. “I don’t think that one’s gonna be revisited again.”
Ventimiglia played the role of Peter Petrelli, a hospice nurse who can mimic other people’s abilities. NBC rebooted the show in 2015 with Heroes Reborn, a 13-episode series in the same universe as the original series but with a whole new cast that included Zachary Levi, Ryan Guzman, Jack Coleman, Robbie Kay, Danika Yarosh, Kiki Sukezane, among others.
The actor shared his thoughts on the reboot, saying, “I think it’s just one of those things [that] I think they tried, and it didn’t quite go. I feel like [Heroes Reborn] let the story and circumstances be greater than the characters. And what I understand is that the audience really, really liked the characters from that first season of Heroes, and it was less about these extraordinary circumstances and the world ending.”
Ventimiglia noted that the sequel series “forgot about the human element and the human experience” with its storylines.
Talking to the same publication, Ventimiglia also revealed he wouldn’t attempt to land the role of Bruce
Prince Harry has lost a legal battle.
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Rafa Sales Ross Guest Contributor Germany’s Beta Film is introducing at the London TV Screenings the first episode of “Maxima,” a six-part drama about the love story between future Queen Maxima of the Netherlands and the then Dutch Crown Prince Willem-Alexander. The series is produced by Millstreet Films “The Neighbors”), with Videoland (RTL Netherlands) holding Dutch broadcasting rights.
There have been so many casting changes on The Bold and the Beautiful lately!
Timothée Chalamet and Denis Villeneuve have said that they spoke to each other in French on the set of their new film, Dune: Part Two.The pair were speaking to the The New York Times to promote the new film, which is the second part of the adaptation of Frank Herbert’s 896-page sci-fi novel, and the writer of the interview noted that they were speaking in French each other when they arrived. Villeneuve is from Quebec, the French-speaking area of Canada, while Chalamet is a dual American and French citizen.“It was the way that we were able to find intimacy in the chaos.
EXCLUSIVE: America Ferrera‘s hot streak continues, as the Barbie Oscar nom has been set to executive produce and star in Naked by the Window, a series adaptation of the book by Robert Katz, which has landed at Amazon MGM Studios for development following a bidding war.
William Earl administrator During Friday’s Q4 earnings call, David Zaslav, Warner Bros. Discovery’s CEO, said that James Gunn‘s “Superman: Legacy” will start filming next week. Gunn posted the first picture of the full cast on Instagram yesterday, writing, “After the table read with the #Superman cast.
To celebrate the ramp up of Superman: Legacy‘s production in Atlanta, director/scribe and co-DC boss James Gunn posted a photo of the cast on Instagram today.
The first Superman: Legacy cast photo is here, and it’s from the table read of the movie!
Marry My Husband actress Song Ha-yoon has revealed why she isolated herself on the set of the hit Prime Video K-drama series.Marry My Husband follows ordinary office worker Kang Ji-won (Park Min-young), who gets a second chance at life after she dies at the hands of her cheating husband Park Min-hwan (Lee Yi-kyung) and treacherous best friend Jung Soo-min (Song Ha-yoon).In a new interview with South Korean media, Song Ha-yoon says that because of the villainous nature of her role, she “usually kept to myself while on set”, per SBS Star. The actress explained that it “didn’t feel right to form close relationships with other actors while playing the character”.“It was necessary because when actors are close to each other, it is noticeable in a scene.
Ethan Shanfeld The Lost Kingdom is now inside of your home, as “Aquaman 2” swims to streaming on Feb. 27. The Jason Momoa-led superhero sequel will be available to watch on Max just two months after it debuted in theaters over the Christmas holiday.
memorable appearances on NBC’s hit sitcom “Friends” as Ross Geller’s son, Ben.The “Riverdale” star, 31, appeared in a plethora of episodes between 2000 to 2002 when he was seven-years-old. However, Sprouse has not had contact with any cast members: David Schwimmer, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, the late Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow, and Matt LeBlanc.Perry died in October 2023 at the age of 54 after being found unresponsive in his jacuzzi.“Friends has become now such an iconic thing, this entity,” the Disney Channel child star told People recently.
Hunter Ingram SPOILER ALERT: This post contains spoilers from the three-episode premiere of “The New Look,” now streaming on Apple TV+. In the opening episodes of Apple TV+’s new series “The New Look,” famed fashion icons Christian Dior and Coco Chanel, who stand at two very different points in their celebrated careers, writhe and struggle within the militarized and moral confines of Nazi-occupied Paris. In the French capital, the dangers are muted for those who have value to the Nazi cause.
With the Oscars fast approaching, the cast of “Barbie” is on one final press tour to drum up hype for its eight nominations. And oh boy, the secrets that have tumbled out of their mouths on this latest go-around.
EXCLUSIVE: Independent faith-based studio The Wonder Project (TWP) has hired filmmaker Jon Gunn as its Head of Story.
Bryan Cranston has revealed that he became a murder suspect in his early 20s.Speaking on Jesse Tyler Ferguson’s Dinner’s On Me podcast, Cranston recalled his experience travelling the US with his brother Kyle during the mid 1970s.The Breaking Bad actor described how he and his brother earned some money working in a restaurant in Florida which was helmed by a “‘cantankerous” chef named Peter Wong.Cranston described Wong as “awful” and said that he “just hated everyone.” The restaurant staff, according to Cranston, would sometimes joke about the ways they could possibly be rid of the chef.“We’d all discuss how rotten and mean Peter Wong is, and we’d all discuss, if one were to do away with Peter Wong … how would one do it?”The Argylle star continued: “We would laugh. You’re in a kitchen, there’s a million ways to kill someone in a kitchen.”However, when Cranston and his brother came to bid goodbye to the restaurant, they discovered that the unpopular chef had gone missing.“Well, little did we know that right at the time we said goodbye and left the job, Peter Wong went missing.
The Nun II. The studio will release the film in cinemas in September.
Whitney Houston.Every time I hear someone on “American Idol” or “The Voice” attempt the impossible by singing one of her songs.Every time I hear “I Wanna Dance with Somebody” in a bar or club and watch generations of women and men — both gay and straight — shimmy and sing at the top of their lungs.And every Grammys since I was there in Los Angeles that weekend when she shockingly passed — at age 48 — the day before music’s biggest night on Feb. 11, 2012.But perhaps I miss Houston the most every single time that someone steps up to the mic to sing “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the Super Bowl.
Tracy Chapman and Luke Combs’ surprise performance of “Fast Car” at the 66th Grammy Awards.The idea to have the duo sing Chapman’s 1988 hit was first floated in May 2023 by Grammys executive producers Raj Kapoor and Patrick Mention, Kapoor told Rolling Stone.To reach Chapman, who keeps a below-the-radar public profile, Kapoor and Menton went through Combs’ publicist, Carla Sacks, to get in touch with the senior vice president at Nonesuch Records, Matthew Rankin, who is a friend of Chapman’s, according to the Rolling Stone article.Sacks said it was “pure magic” that she knew how to reach Chapman, 59, who lives in San Francisco, according to People.“I knew the doorbell to ring,” she said. “And quite frankly, I think that made it very helpful to not be reaching out as a stranger and to be able to open the line of communication.”Kapoor and Menton didn’t want an immediate answer from Chapman but wanted to “let her think about this creatively and what it could be,” and told her, through Sacks, to return when and if she was ready.Finally, eight months later, in January, Chapman approved the performance with Combs at the 66th Grammys, which unfolded Feb.
Hulu has announced the premiere dates for limited series Under the Bridge and the two docs The Contestant and the film Freaknik: The Wildest Party Never Told.