Author Nathaniel Grey

  • Nathaniel Grey

    Film/TV Correspondent


Coming to Theatres: L.A. Gets Fetish-Focused Film Fest, 'The Prophet' Comes to Big Screen

Hollywood art gallery Antebellum, the only fetish art gallery in the world, will present the first annual Antebellum Film Festival for three nights, Sept. 26-28. The series of fetish-focused movies will offer the L.A. premiere of Folsom Forever. The 72-minute documentary provides an in-depth look at San Francisco's world-famous street fair. For details and schedule, contact the gallery at

Coming to TV: OITNB Gets New Cast Members, the Return of Luke Perry

Though Pablo Schrieber and his mustache will not be back for Season 3 of Orange is the New Black, a number of new cast members will soften his departure. Among the new faces will be Mary SteenburgenFringe vet Blair Brown and The Fault in Our StarsMike Birbiglia. Former Girls and Elementary guest star Marsha Stephanie Blake has been cast as a new correctional officer.  


7 Reasons to Keep Your TV This Fall

Sure, streaming shows are taking over the industry, but don't trash that television set just yet. Here are seven new shows debuting later this year (and one in early 2015) that you can hold out hope for.

Coming to TV: More Details on 'AHS: Freak Show,' 'Married with Children' Spin-Off

The last three editions of American Horror Story have featured a repertoire of actors playing different roles, but his year, for the very first time, a character will be returning. As we speculated months ago, actress Naomi Grossman who played the microcephalic (aka pinhead) character of Pepper in American Horror Story: Asylum will reprise the part for American Horror Story: Freak Show.

Coming to TV: 'Nurse Jackie' Announces Final Season, Plus a Return to 'Westworld'

Since the 1973 release of the movie Westworld I have remained hopeful to see such a theme park built in my lifetime. Alas, no such luck, but there will be a cable TV series version.

Coming to Theaters: Johnny Depp Teams Up with Daughter, '23 Jump Street' in Works

Kevin Smith's next film, Yoga Hosers, stars Edward Scissorhands and his offspring. Johnny Depp's daughter by ex Vanessa Paradis, Lily-Rose, plays half of a Manitoba High school duo who use their yoga skills to battle an ancient evil.

Coming to Theatres: Tom Hiddleston as Hank Williams, The Rock Brings New Comic Character to Screen

Still no word on the plot for the next Thor film, but I can report on what Loki is doing next. Actor Tom Hiddleston is going a little bit country in the Hank Williams bio film I Saw the Light.

Coming to Theatres: Chris Pine Joins 'Horrible Bosses 2,' 'X-Men: Apocalypse' to Begin Filming

The next mutant tale, X-Men: Apocalypse, will return to Montreal for filming. Sets will begin going up in December, with actual filming scheduled to begin in April. The sequel won’t hit theatres until May 27, 2016, but to satiate fans of different comics, there are many other super hero projects reaching screens before that.

Coming to TV: Meet the Cast of 'The Flash,' PR for 'Sleepy Hollow' Apologizes for 'National Headless Day'

While all the new fall series were announced months ago and their assorted casts have been on a media blitz over the last few weeks, there's a brand-new fall season story that hasn't been covered to death.

Coming to Theatres: 'Game of Thrones' Alums to Star in New 'Star Wars' Pic, 'CHiPS' and 'Babylon 5' Get Remade

Game of Thrones sword master Miltos Yerolemou has joined the cast of Star Wars: Episode VII, which recently resumed filming after Harrison Ford’s on-set foot injury. Yerolemou isn’t the only Game of Thrones alum working the lot at Pinewood Studios. Gwendoline Christie, better known as female knight Brienne of Tarth, has been cast as a villain in the galaxy far, far away. Still no word on the plotline, but we do know it will be set 30 years after the events that occurred in Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. Despite the recent production delay, the film is still on target for a December 15, 2015, release date.