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As I prepared to embark on a cross-country road trip from Los Angeles, Calif., to Wilmington, N.C., to begin filming the new Fox TV series Sleepy Hollow, I used the opportunity to learn the truth behind the legend -- a mythology that lives far beyond the quaint village of Sleepy Hollow.
"You're right. It's insane," Mison agreed. "In a very good way." "Sleepy Hollow" (premieres Mon., Sept. 16 at 9 p.m. ET on
Did anyone ask for a remake of Total Recall, the 1990 futuristic sci-fi film about memory implantation and Mars starring Arnold Schwarzenegger? Yeah, me neither, but that's what we've got.
What is reality? What is identity? How long can a soul survive when one's perceptions and one's self are subject to electronic editing at a moment's whim? These and many other fascinating questions are raised and almost immediately dropped in Total Recall.
It is true that a new cinematic adaptation of Philip K. Dick's 1966 short story "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale" has arrived -- and it's a sleek, radical departure from Paul Verhoeven's gonzo 1990 version.
Back in the '90s, if someone told me that Kate Beckinsale would go on to become the ass-kicking star of action flicks like Underworld and Whiteout, I probably would have thought they were off their rockers.
We still have a while to wait for the August 3 release of the new "Total Recall," but now that we've seen and obsessed over
Kate Beckinsale showed off blonde hair and a toned bikini body in Mexico with her husband, Len Wiseman, over the weekend
"I have a husband who literally worships me. And cleans the house. And blow-dries my daughter's hair." Husband Len: "I've