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  • WWE launching over-the-top network

    WWE launching over-the-top network
    Wrestling impresario Vince McMahon is going over the top. No, that's not a new move he's going to display on WWE's TV shows "Friday Night Smackdown" or "Monday Night Raw." It's the technological platform that the WWE Corp. is using to launch its long-...
  • Burb's Eye View: Standing up to future in stand-up comedy

    Burb's Eye View: Standing up to future in stand-up comedy
    The influences in young Andrew Duvall's life carried many names, each more powerful than the last. Uhura. Sulu. McCoy. Spock. Kirk. Great-grandmother. Starting at about age 6, Duvall would visit his great-grandmother in a town just outside Toronto,...
  • 'Helix' 1st look trailer shows fear in the Arctic

    'Helix' 1st look trailer shows fear in the Arctic
    Syfy has released this first-look trailer for "Helix," its upcoming sci-fi thriller from "Battlestar Galactica" creator Ron Moore. "Helix" tells the story of a team of scientists from the Centers for Disease Control investigating a possible disease...
  • 'Grown Ups 2' battles Pacific Rim.' 20th Century Fox goes Broadway.

    'Grown Ups 2' battles Pacific Rim.' 20th Century Fox goes Broadway.
    After the coffee. Before asking for Fridays off in the summer. The Skinny: Wouldn't it be great if we got Fridays off in July and August? Let's get a bill passed! In the meantime, Friday's headlines include the weekend box-office preview and reviews...
  • 'Sharknado' creates a social media storm

    'Sharknado' creates a social media storm
    “Sharknado,” Syfy’s latest shlocky made-for-TV guilty pleasure, hit social media Thursday night like, well, a swirling cyclone of bloodthirsty fish. Yet another offering from the minds who brought us “Dinoshark,” “...
  • 'Sharknado' and 'World War Z'

    'Sharknado' and 'World War Z'
    Pity poor "Pacific Rim," coming out right after Syfy's "Sharknado," which has established itself as the Marine Monster Movie of the Summer. Why did a TV flick with pre-green-screen production values about shark-filled tornadoes striking Los Angeles...
  • 'Sharknado': How Twitter turned it from campy to instant classic

    'Sharknado': How Twitter turned it from campy to instant classic
    “Sharks. Tornado. Sharknado.” That, right there, was the entire promo ad for the Syfy channel’s latest campy, poorly produced, shamefully acted, and horribly written masterpiece. Yes. Masterpiece. Look, I’m a seasoned vet...
  • Before 'Sharknado,' Syfy birthed a swarm of terrible shark movies

    Before 'Sharknado,' Syfy birthed a swarm of terrible shark movies
    "Sharknado." It's on everyone's lips and Twitter feeds. "Sharknado." The drive-in-quality TV movie starring Ian Ziering and Tara Reid aired on Syfy on Thursday night and somehow, miraculously, it managed to capture the national zeitgeist. Hollywood...
  • Best 'Sharknado' sequel titles from Twitter

    Best 'Sharknado' sequel titles from Twitter
    "Sharknado" looks more like a "Snarknado." Syfy's so-bad-it's-great B-movie, starring Tara Reid, generated a whirlwind of response from Twitter on Thursday night. Perhaps recognizing Syfy puts out goofy movies like this all the time -- 2010's...
  • Top 5 shark kills from 'Sharknado'

    Top 5 shark kills from 'Sharknado'
    Syfy's "Sharknado" premiered Thursday night, devouring the popularity of the network's previous campy shark flicks such as "Dinoshark," "Sharktopus" and the "Mega Shark Versus ..." duo. (That'd be "Crocosaurus" and "Giant Octopus.") According to Syfy,...
  • Despite 'Sharknado,' mayor, fire officials say all's well in L.A.

    Despite 'Sharknado,' mayor, fire officials say all's well in L.A.
    The social media storm created by the Syfy channel’s “Sharknado” movie engulfed another victim Friday morning: Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti. “Looks like a great LA day today. Unless of course #sharknado is coming. Fingers...