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Fear The Walking Dead @ Comic-Con: California Setting, Early Outbreak Vibe Yield 'Incredibly Different' Tone

Fear The Walking Dead is not its mothership — and not just because the apocalypse doesn’t arrive ’til the end of Season 1. 462 more words

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SDCC 2015: Warren Ellis & Gale Anne Hurd Take on El Pantera for Universal + Kill Shakespeare!

As San Diego Comic-Con 2015 kicks off, Universal Cable Productions (UCP) has unveiled several new deals that will continue to fortify the studio’s growing genre library and cater to the high demand for television content inspired by science fiction, graphic novel and comic book stories. 549 more words

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Gale Anne Hurd, Warren Ellis Adapting Comic 'El Pantera' for UCP

Just in time for Comic-Con, Universal Cable Productions has announced that several new projects have been added to its genre development slate.

These include an adaptation of the 1970s Mexican comic and Televisa’s Spanish-language TV series “El Pantera.” It will be penned by graphic novelist Warren Ellis and exec produced by “Walking Dead’s” Gale Anne Hurd through the overall deal UCP has with her Valhalla Entertainment shingle. 353 more words

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'El Pantera' TV Adaptation With Warren Ellis & Gale Anne Hurd Part Of Universal Cable Prods Genre Plan

Universal Cable Productions has unveiled several new deals to grow its genre library, with the lynchpin of the new projects a deal with graphic novel biggie Warren Ellis to adapt the 1970s Mexican comic book… 308 more words

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'The Terminator' (1984): Review

Directed by: James Cameron || Produced by: Gale Anne Hurd

Screenplay by: James Cameron, Gale Anne Hurd || Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Biehn, Linda Hamilton, Paul Winfield, Lance Henriksen, Earl Boen, Bess Motta, Rick Rossovich… 1,218 more words

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Commentary #6: The Terminator (1984)

Kendyl and Ryan sit down to watch The Terminator (1984) and discuss the weirdness of time travel and the rudeness of the person that decided to mow the lawn outside their window during our podcast. 129 more words

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