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The Weinstein Company developing TV shows based on Sin City and The Mist

Last week in an interview with the New York Times , Bob and Harvey Weinstein talked about their company's future plans for television, and revealed that two series based on SIN CITY and THE MIST are in development. He is preparing a pilot based on the “Scream” films for MTV, for instance, and developing a proposed 10-part series with Frank Darabont , based...

Former showrunner Frank Darabont comments on his departure from The Walking Dead

Although AMC's The Walking Dead continues to be a great success for the network, the shuffle of showrunners has certainly raised some eyebrows. Although the details of said "shuffles" have been mostly kept in house, the strife they've caused with initial showrunner Frank Darabont (THE MIST, THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION) have been evident and in a recent interview with Rolling...

Review: The Baytown Outlaws

PLOT: Three violent rednecks accept a job to kidnap a woman’s son back from her drug lord husband. While attempting to transport him back to her, they encounter a plethora of hired gangs who will stop at nothing to snatch the kid away from them. REVIEW: Remember back in the mid-90s, when it seemed like there were about a dozen lousy crime movies a year pathetically...

Exclusive: Red-band Clip from The Baytown Outlaws starring Eva Longoria and Billy Bob Thornton

I've been intrigued by the prospects of Barry Battles ' THE BAYTOWN OUTLAWS since the first trailer was released, due largely to the amount of it's absurdly crazy, out-of-control antics and the presence of Eva Long-leg-oria in daisy dukes, tank top, and cowboy boots.  Okay, so I'm easily sold sometimes, but THE BAYTOWN OUTLAWS looks like a batshit crazy good time.  It's not going to...

Trailer for the newly retitled The Baytown Outlaws looks like some rowdy redneck fun

A while back we saw the trailer for THE BAYTOWN DISCO and now the film is back in the marketing machine with a new title to boot.  THE BAYTOWN OUTLAWS, which is likely a bit more marketable title, features a ragtag group of Southern mercenaries (think an R-rated Dukes of Hazard) who are hired to retrieve the disabled gangster's son and in doing so become targets of an oddball lot of...
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