American actress and director Anne Celeste Heche has died age 53.
Heche had been in the hospital since Friday (August 5th) when a car she was driving crashed and caught fire in the Mar Vista area of Los Angeles.
The US actress Heche died, a week after she was critically injured in a car crash. The news was confirmed by her family, after previously announcing that she would be taken off of life support.
Heche came to recognition portraying Vicky Hudson and Marley Love in the soap opera Another World (1987–1991), which won her a Daytime Emmy Award and two Soap Opera Digest Awards. She came to prominence in the late 1990s with roles in the crime drama film Donnie Brasco (1997), the disaster film Volcano (1997), the slasher film I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997), the action comedy film Six Days, Seven Nights (1998), and the drama-thriller film Return to Paradise (1998).
Warner Bros. is re-releasing all eight Harry Potter films in a 4K Ultra HD BluRay SteelBook set titled ‘The Dark Arts Steelbook Collection‘ just in time for Halloween.
Zoe Terakes has joined the cast of the Disney+ series Ironheart in a key role.
FX announced last week during the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour that the Season 11 of American Horror Story will premiere this Fall.
According to several reports, those returning for Season 11 include a number of familiar faces, including AHS alums including a massive fan favourite!
Pennyworth is returning for its third season in October, and new installments of the DC Comics-inspired show will debut straight onto HBO Max instead of Epix.
The prequel show now boasts a new title: Pennyworth: The Origin of Batman’s Butler.
The new title appears at the end of the show’s official Season 3 trailer.
RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race has a whole new format for season 2. VH1 has released a sneak peek online.
The VH1 reality show, which kicks off Friday, asks stars to “unleash the drag queen that lies within.” And for season 2, the series is getting a radical transformation of its own, keeping the identities of the celebs a secret from the audience until they’re eliminated from the competition each week.
Pamela Isley’s journey continues, as the hit DC comic book series expands with a second arc!
Written by G. Willow Wilson, with art by Marcio Takara and covers by Jessica Fong, joined by an incredible complement of stand-out variant artists including Joshua Middleton, Jenny Frison and more, fan-favorite Poison Ivy continues her quest to undo the wrongs of man and return the Earth to the Green… whatever the cost.
Written by Cavan Gilbey
2003 saw the celebration of Doctor Who’s fortieth anniversary, but the show was still off air with only the audio dramas, books and occasional animation on the website to satisfy the demands of fans. Luckily enough it was announced that year that Russel T Davies would be bringing the show back to television with Christopher Ecclestone and Billie Piper headlining the series, but to just slap the cherry on top of this sweet pie; 2003 would see the first completely animated Doctor Who serial called Scream of the Shalka.
Now barely anyone actually talks about this story, mostly because it’s one of the more niche bits of Modern Who history but it does seem to get a hell of a lot of love despite its status as a strange bit of non-canon material. Although it probably now is cannon given the reveal seen in The Timeless Children from a couple of years ago. But putting that garbage aside for a second, Scream of the Shalka is genuinely delightful and is a superbly written story that never overstays its welcome but instead leaves you wanting more, but the only other material we have from this Doctor is a novelisation and a short story (which is pretty good by the way).
So without further ado let’s delve into what makes this story so good, naturally all opinions expressed in this review are my own.
Actor Thomas Cadrot took to Instagram over the weekend to confirm his involvement in the production of the upcoming Scream 6 by sharing a snap of a clapperboard straight from the set.
Interestingly, Cadrot may have realised he’d revealed more than he was supposed to as he quickly took down the post.
Prime Video has announced that season three of its hit original half-hour animated comedy series Star Trek: Lower Decks will launch on Friday 26th August, exclusively on Prime Video in the UK and Ireland. Following the premiere, the remaining nine episodes of the 10-episode long season will be available to stream weekly on Fridays.