‘Bones’ Slasher Episode gets Freddy Krueger Actor

Well those of us who love our SciFi and Horror all know Robert Englund very well from TV and movies like V the original, Galaxy of Terror, The Phantom of the Opera, The Vampyre Wars and the list goes on and on but most everyone knows him as Freddy Krueger from Nightmare on Elm Street. Now that actor Robert Englund has been replaced by Jackie Earle Haley as Freddy Krueger in the A Nightmare on Elm Street reboot, Englund has a bit more time to once again take on other roles and do some special guest appearances on TV series.

Englund who is now age 62 has signed on to appear in a episode of Fox’s hit television series Bones. The plan is to make a slasher-themed episode and have Englund play a creepy custodian at Brennan’s old high school.

The story finds jaded Brennan (Emily Deschanel) planning to skip her high school reunion, until a murder sends her and Booth (David Boreanaz) to the scene to investigate. The episode will air this spring.

 

 

 

Martha Kent and Perry White Return to Smallville

 

And as a kicker O’Toole won’t be alone when she guest stars on Smallville, as she’ll be joined by her real life husband, Michael McKean. McKean will be reprising his old role as Perry White, which he played once before on the series.

O’Toole and McKean will guest star on episode 21 this season. Smallville executive producer Brian Peterson tells says that Perry White’s return to the series will bring him, “closer to his destiny” and show Perry’s introduction to Lois Lane.

 

 

 

‘Push’ Movie Turns into New TV Series

The studio has just announced that it has partnered with E1 Entertainment to develop and produce a TV series based on Push and has hired screenwriter David Hayter (Watchmen, X2) to pen the script for the series pilot.

The new series will purportedly be an extension of the science-fiction thriller, centered on people with paranormal powers who band together to take down a corrupt government agency.

 

 

 

‘Lost’ Final Season Promises to Make Fans More Annoying

The Onion News Network is reporting that the final season of Lost promises to make fans more annoying than ever before. In fact, there are even shelters being set up for friends and family members of any “Lost” fan.

Check out the video below to see Lost executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse warn people that after a few new episodes air, it will be impossible to talk to any Lost fans about anything else besides the show.

 

 

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Human Target ep 01×02 ‘Rewind’ Promos

 

Official synopsis:

Chance is hired to protect a pseudonymous computer hacker, who may be holding potentially devastating information, during a flight trip to Seattle. However, Chance, with the cover of a flight passenger, doesn’t want to do the mission on his own, and convinces Winston into going with him, who gets the less-enthusiastic job of flight attendant. But not only do they have to protect the client during the flight, they also need to rescue the entire plane filled with passengers when a fire inside the plane causes it to lose control and possibly crash.

 

Cast: Mark Valley as Christopher Chance; Chi McBride as Winston; Jackie Earle Haley as Guerrero

 

Guest Cast: Courtney Ford ( Dexter) as Laura; Alessandro Juliani (Battlestar Galactica) as Tennant; Ali Liebert as Brooke; Robert Weiss as Larry; Sean Owen Roberts as Sergei; David Nykl as Vincent

 

Promo Vid:

 

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Human Target ep 01×01 ‘Pilot’ Promos

 

 

Official synopsis: Christopher Chance is a unique private contractor/security expert/bodyguard hired when an unusual or imminent threat cannot be solved through normal means of protection. Chance works with his business partner and trusted friend, Winston, and hired gun, Guerrero, to integrate himself completely into his clients’ lives and eliminate the threat by becoming the human target. In the series preview, Chance is hired to protect the engineer of California’s first bullet train as it makes its maiden voyage from Los Angeles to San Francisco in the “Pilot” episode of HUMAN TARGET airing Sunday, Jan. 17 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

 

Cast: Mark Valley as Christopher Chance; Chi McBride as Winston; Jackie Earle Haley as Guerrero

 

Guest Cast: Tricia Helfer as Stephanie; Mark Moses as Hollis; Sean Allan as Lydecker; Adrian Hough as James; Hiro Kanagawa as Lt. Peale; Michael St. John Smith as McNamara; Toshi Haraguchi as Mr. Saito; David Meunier as Tom

 

Promo Trailer:

 

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Smallville Just May Get a Season 10

 

“I think creatively, we’ve been happy with the show. And it’s gotten to the point where Friday nights have improved for us, so it looks good. But we don’t know, because it’s really too early. It’s January and we don’t have to make these decisions until May. But it’s increased our adult 18-34 and it certainly has increased our men 18-34 on Friday nights. Creatively, I think it’s been in a good place. I think Tom [Welling]’s still having a good time with it. I think he’s enthusiastic about it. So, we’ll see where we are a few months from now.”

 

She went to say: “Clearly, we’re going to have a great season finale, as we would for any year, and whether or not it will be a show finale, we don’t know yet. We haven’t really talked about it, because they’re not that far along yet in the storylines, but I think it will be a good season finale for sure. And if the show doesn’t come back, I think it will be a sort of really last minute decision, because either development [for new series] was great or the show wasn’t doing as well on Friday nights. But we still have a whole half a season to go before we have to determine that.”

 

Source: IGN