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Original filmmakers Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert and Bruce Campbell Serve as Executive Producers on the Series

Beverly Hills, Calif., February 19, 2015  - Starz has announced today that Jill Marie Jones (“Sleepy Hollow”) will play the role of Amanda Fisher in the STARZ original series “Ash vs Evil Dead.” The series is the long-awaited follow-up to the classic horror film franchise The Evil Dead and is set to film on location in New Zealand this spring and premiere on STARZ in late 2015.

Following the grisly murder of her partner, disgraced Michigan State Trooper Amanda Fisher sets out to find our anti-hero Ash and prove his responsibility for the crime. But as she soon learns, Ash and his cohorts may be mankind’s only hope against the plague of EVIL DEAD,

Jones is best known for starring as Toni Childs in “Girlfriends” and also appeared in “American Horror Story.”  Her feature film credits include 35 and TickingThe Perfect HolidayMajor Movie Star and Meeting Spencer among others.  She joins previously announced cast members Bruce Campbell (Ashley J. Williams), Ray Santiago (Pablo Simon Bolivar) and Dana DeLorenzo (Kelly Maxwell). Jones is represented by Global Artists Agency and LINK ENTERTAINMENT. 

The STARZ Original series “Ash vs Evil Dead” will be 10 half-hour episodes.  Bruce Campbell will be reprising his role as Ash, the stock boy, aging lothario and chainsaw-handed monster hunter who has spent the last 30 years avoiding responsibility, maturity and the terrors of the Evil Dead.  When a Deadite plague threatens to destroy all of mankind, Ash is finally forced to face his demons –personal and literal.  Destiny, it turns out, has no plans to release the unlikely hero from its “Evil” grip.

Raimi will direct the first episode of “Ash vs Evil Dead” that he wrote with Ivan Raimi (DarkmanArmy of DarknessDrag Me to Hell), Craig DiGregorio (“Workaholics,” “Chuck”) and Tom Spezialy (“Chuck,” “Reaper,” “Desperate Housewives”). Raimi will also serve as executive producer, along with Rob Tapert (Evil Dead, “Spartacus,” Xena: Warrior Princess”) and Bruce Campbell (Evil Dead, “Burn Notice”) along with Craig DiGregorio (“Workaholics,” “Chuck”) who will serve as executive producer/showrunner. Ivan Raimi will co-executive produce and Aaron Lam (“Spartacus”) will serve as producer

Minions "Super-Fans" TV Spot

Daredevil Trailer With Screenshots


Daredevil Trailer Screenshots

Glad that the religious themes of the Daredevil comics seem to be here as well
The trademark red glasses
All black hoodie ninja!
Abs and scars.  Superhero hallmarks.
Is this the radar "vision"?
Weird that he would be seeing himself if this is in fact his view...
Shady deals
Hell's Kitchen, I assume
That's a lot of blow
Karen Page!  Looking kind of drug addicty. Makes sense.
Foggy Nelson!
Uh oh, theres been a stabbing
Is that Karen Page over the body? Looks like it could be her hair
The old woman and man next to her look Asian.  Crime family?
Wilson Fisk admiring art
A very quick and dark glimpse of the Night Nurse
You can see the red lines in the suit.  It's mostly black with red accents.  
Very nimble






This is the early version of the suit





Fantastic Four Reboot Teaser Trailer

As a long time Fantastic Four fan, I have been somewhat vocal in my skepticism about this reboot.  After seeing this new trailer, I am even less excited about this film.


It looks like it might be a cool SciFi film, but not a Fantastic Four film.  Rarely would I consider the FF to be dark, serious and grim as seen in this trailer.  While our first family of Marvel superheroes have faced some serious situations in the past, there has always been a light-hearted approach to how they handled sticky situations.  


Now, as someone who loves film and comic books,I will try and go into this film with an open mind.  I had similar concerns about 'Man of Steel', but I was pleasantly suprised at how much I enjoyed that film.  Regardless, as of now my expectations for this film are low.


What are your thoughts?