Bruce Campbell gives his blessing to more Evil Dead movies or TV shows being made without him, now that he's retired from playing Ash.
Michael Kennedy is a FL native, although he does occasionally live elsewhere. His pop culture passions include the horror and sci-fi genres, Marvel and DC movies and shows, the WWE, heavy metal, 90s grunge music, and lots of other things. Stephen King is Michael's personal creative idol, and if King is involved in something, Michael will probably read/watch/listen to it. Also, Michael likes both the MCU and DCEU and doesn't understand why the fandoms have to be so mean to each other. When not reporting on the latest news for Screenrant, he enjoys attending genre conventions, going to theme parks, and rocking out at concerts. Michael has been writing for SR since 2014, and hopes to continue doing so for many years to come.
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As part of Disney's continued campaign to have Marvel dominate the world, an Australian sports arena is set to be renamed Marvel Stadium.
The release date for Paramount's upcoming remake/readaptation of Stephen King's Pet Sematary has moved up on the calendar ever so slightly.
Cable giant Comcast - the owner of NBC Universal - confirms its plans to try and outbid Disney's offer for the assets of 21st Century Fox.
In a major move, WWE is reportedly set to shift its weekly SmackDown show over to the FOX broadcast network, and air it on Friday nights.
Global Road Entertainment presents the trailer for City of Lies, starring Johnny Depp as a detective trying to solve the murders of Biggie and Tupac.
After making her series debut during last year's American Horror Story: Cult, Billie Lourd is returning for season 8 of the FX horror anthology.
Deadpool 2 screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick reveal one deleted sequence fans can expect to see on the film's Blu-Ray release.
This year's annual Halloween Horror Nights event at Universal Studios theme parks has added a haunted maze based on the cult hit Trick 'r Treat.
Despite having originally aired as part of NBC's "Must-See TV" block in the 90s, the upcoming revival of Mad About You may be headed to CBS.