Author Nathaniel Grey

  • Nathaniel Grey

    Film/TV Correspondent


Coming to TV: Ellen Launches Entertainment Video Site, Jim Parsons Speaks Elf

The latest project news from Ellen DeGeneres will have many surprised that she hadn’t done it before now. The talk show host and her production arm have put together a new entertainment video site called Ellentube. The website and iOS app will feature clips and short films connected to The Ellen Degeneres Show.

Coming to TV: Bruckheimer Adapts 'American Gigolo,' 'Richie Rich' Comes to Netflix

Jerry Bruckheimer is pairing with Paramount television to make a TV series version of the classic 1980 Richard Gere film American Gigolo.

Coming to TV: Neil Patrick Harris and Lily Rabe Set to Join 'AHS: Freak Show'

While American Horror Story fans have been on edge hoping for word that Zachary Quinto will make an appearance on Freakshow, something almost as good has been announced.

Coming to Theatres: Sam Raimi Remakes Poltergeist, Joseph Gordon-Levitt Walks a Tightrope

The Evil Dead director Sam Raimi’s remake of contemporary haunted house film Poltergeist will be released July 24, 2015. Guided by Monster House director Gil Kenan, the story of a suburban family threatened by vengeful ghosts will be modernized with even more terrifying scenes. Fighting the supernatural forces are Galaxy Quest’Sam RockwellThe United States of Tara’Rosemary DeWitt, Mad Men’Jared Harris and Hung’s Jane Adams.


Coming to Theatres: Superhero Vets Join Forces, 'Furious 7' Confirmed

A trio of superhero vets join forces in the upcoming sea rescue drama The Finest Hour. Among them are former Hulk Eric Bana (above), X-Men: The Last Stand's Angel, Ben Foster, and the actor who played a younger version of The Flash on SmallvilleKyle Gallner. The story details the Coast Guard's efforts to rescue the crew of two oil tankers destroyed during a 1952 blizzard. Additional cast members include Chris PineCasey Affleck and Once Upon A Time'Michael Raymond James.


Coming to Theatres: 'Queer as Folk' Alum Returns to Playing Gay, Nicholas Hoult Wants to 'Kill Your Friends'

Queer as Folk vet Gale Harold is returning to his career-making roots to play a gay character for the first time since the groundbreaking series ended. Harold has joined the cast of Kiss Me, Kill Me, a modern suspense thriller with the tone of classic Alfred Hitchcock and Agatha Christie mysteries.

Coming to Theatres: James Franco Renounces His Gayness in 'Michael'

Teen Wolf vet and current cast member of The Leftovers Charlie Carver has been added to the cast of the gay conversion drama Michael. This is the drama in which Milk vet James Franco plays a magazine editor who takes a warped path to renounce his homosexuality, marry a woman and eventually become an outspoken anti-Gay activist. The impressive cast also features American Horror Story vets Zachary Quinto and Emma Roberts, with Quinto playing the ex-boyfriend and Roberts as the wife in the delusional marriage. Joining them are Kill Bill'Daryl HannahVictor/Victoria'Lesley Anne Warren and Twisted's Avan Jogia.   


Coming to Theatres: A.Skars Gets Buff for 'Tarzan,' Disney Bases New Film on Polynesian Legends

Producer Jerry Weintraub has announced that True Blood vet Alexander Skaarsgard has gained 25 pounds of muscles for his title role in the upcoming remake of Tarzan. The story will take place years following the ape-man's acclimation to British society and having to wear more than a loincloth.

Tonight on TV: Lisa Kudrow is Back Online, Plus a Look at Upcoming Guests of 'Web Therapy'

Lisa Kudrow's Skype-ologist is back providing questionable advice on Showtime's Web Therapy. The show that began as an online series went on to making full-length episodes for the premium channel, featuring Kudrow as Fiona Wallace, a therapist who doesn't need a sofa as she works with all her patients through teleconferencing.

Coming to TV: Meet the Cast of 'Galavant,' Plus Rob Lowe Sticks with NBC

More news from ABC’s upcoming fairytale series Galavant: a perfect addition to its musical/comedy premise is musician/comedian Weird Al Yancovic. The song parody artist recently returned from filming the show in the UK, where he was given the recurring role of a silly monk.