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"THE TERMINATOR" co-writer and producer Gale Anne Hurd walks out of a Terminator screening over popcorn (yes we are serious).

Some people really like their regular movie popcorn! And co-writer and producer of 1984’s “The Terminator” Gale Anne Hurd apparently likes her movie popcorn so much, she was willing to walk out of a movie screening when they didn’t have regular movie popcorn (even when the movie being screened was her own movie, “The Terminator”)! 103 more words

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'The Walking Dead' EP Gale Anne Hurd On What's Next, 100th Episode & 'FearTWD'

SPOILER ALERT: This story contains details of last night’s The Walking Dead Season 7 finale.

“There are things that are and will be very much the same and things that will impact the storytelling and the characters because we’re pursuing a different arc,” executive producer Gale Anne Hurd says of the upcoming Season 8 of… 1,832 more words

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Amazon's 'Lore' TV Adaptation Adds 'Scorpion's' Robert Patrick

EXCLUSIVE: It’s a Terminator 2: Judgment Day reunion of sorts with Mr. T-1000 himself Robert Patrick joining producer Gale Anne Hurd on Amazon’s adaptation of the horror podcast… 286 more words

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Hollywood Reacts to Bill Paxton's Death: 'Heaven Just Got a Lot More Fun'

News of actor Bill Paxton’s surprising death after heart surgery swept the entertainment industry on Oscar morning. The actor, who was 61, appeared in dozens of movies and TV shows, including “Big Love,” “Aliens,” “Titanic” and “Twister.” 538 more words


My Take on 'The Walking Dead' (2010-Present): Not a Review

I am not the biggest fan of AMC’s popular zombie-drama, The Walking Dead, but I wasn’t always a critic of it. When the show first aired in its abbreviated, six-episode debut season, I was one of its early converts, impressed by its production values, epic scope, and excited by the prospect of a long-running television format for a post-apocalyptic undead narrative. 1,811 more words


'Walking Dead' Tamed Some Gruesome Scenes Following Viewer Protests

The nation may be politically divided. But producers can, and should, try to bring people together by addressing universal questions about the human condition, a panel connected by ties to AMC’s… 508 more words

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