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Archive for October, 2010

Urban’s New Zealand Advantage

Friday, October 1st, 2010

Karl Urban finds his New Zealand roots to be an asset when it comes to growing as an actor.

Unlike Hollywood-based actors, those from Australia and New Zealand can’t be as picky in what projects they choose to work, but that works in their favor. “Why a lot of Australasian actors are finding success offshore is because the industries [at home] aren’t that big,” explained Urban, “but it forces you as an actor to accept work in all the mediums to make a living and it strengthens you as an artist.”


Fuller To Remake The Munsters

Friday, October 1st, 2010

Former Star Trek Writer/Co-producer Bryan Fuller is working on a remake of the 1960s TV classic The Munsters.

Fuller (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Heroes, Pushing Daisies), who has a development deal with NBC, is said to be working on a pilot for the reboot of the popular creepy sitcom.

The Munsters was the story of the Munster family; the Frankenstein-like Herman (Fred Gwynne), vampire wife Lily (Yvonne De Carlo), vampire grandpa (Al Lewis), werewolf son Eddie (Butch Patrick) and normal niece Marilyn (Beverly Owen/Pat Priest). The show ran from 1964-1966.

According to EW, the new The Munsters is being described as “modern family meets True Blood.”