Film & Industry

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New Twilight short-films will be made with the help of fans and Facebook

Much like the vampires that take center-stage in the popular YA novels, 'Twilight' will live forever. A new project from Lionsgate will resurrect and continue the love-story of Bella and Edward, the two-teens from the Twilight saga, as they continue their lives together on social media. The project is a joint venture from Lionsgate and the original series creator, author Stephenie Meyer, it will allow a series of short films to hit Facebook in 2015. This according to the brief announcement that was confirmed late Tuesday.
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Liam Neeson returns in first Taken 3 trailer

This afternoon FOX released a new trailer for the highly-anticipated return of Liam Neeson as ex-covert operative Bryan Mills in 'Taken 3.' The film won't release until early next year, but fans that have been following the franchise with the first two films can get an early look at what's in-store for Mills in this new installment.

Books & Literature

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Showrunners The Art of Running a TV Show, your inside track and guide

As the all-inclusive companion to the kickstarter funded documentary, Showrunners; The Art of Running a TV show gives viewers a chance to capture the tips and tricks that didn’t quite make it into film. The book, featuring anecdotes from Hollywood’s most celebrated showrunners including Joss Whedon (Firefly) and Kurt Sutter (Sons of Anarchy),
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William Hurt to narrate ‘Consumed’ novel from filmmaker David Cronenberg

It was confirmed today through Simon & Schuster Audio, that Academy Award-winning actor William Hurt will be the narrator for the audiobook edition of CONSUMED, the first novel from award-winning filmmaker David Cronenberg. An exhilarating journey into global conspiracy, the CONSUMED audiobook will be available on CD and for download on September 30, 2014 simultaneous with the hardcover and ebook editions.

Apps & Software

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New Spike TV anywhere app launches on iOS

Spike TV has finally launched a streaming app, starting on September 30 viewers can access their favorite Spike content, highlighted by a first look at the season premiere of the hit series, "Bar Rescue." Fans are able to download the new Spike app for free for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, available only on the App Store.