|Genres||Adaptation, Sequel, Thriller|
|US Release Date||11/30/1997|
A cross-genre cinematic staple.
Captain America star Chris Evans is eager to take a break from acting after his contract with the Marvel franchise ends, in order to focus on directing.
Movie star Liam Neeson still struggles to come to terms with the 2009 loss of his wife Natasha Richardson, insisting her death doesn't feel "real".
Which means it accomplishes all it sets out to do.
What happened on this week's episode?
An effort wasted by too much air humping
All that and possible world domination.
Caffrey and Burke must try to stop a global disaster... with a serious assist from Diana.
Can we use the previous winners to predict the next one?
More mysteries and less fan service.
|Phillip Goldfine||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000003|
|Michael Meltzer||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000004|
|John Swithen||From Story||from short story("Sometimes They Come Back for More")||120870||4000003|
|Chris Walling||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
|Trae King||Production Designer||n/a||164||9000001|
|Bonnie Stauch||Costume Designer||n/a||169||13000001|
Hell is other people('s kids). Especially if some of those kids appear to have come straight from there. From babysitting nightmares like the head-turning Linda Blair in 'The Exorcist to those rascally 'Children of the Corn', we look back at the creepiest kids in movie history.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.