Buzz Aldrin is adapting his 1996 sci-fi book into a TV series

05.30.13 4 years ago

Buzz Aldrin is adapting his 1996 sci-fi book into a TV series
The famed astronaut says of his alien-themed TV project, based on his book “Encounter with Tiber”: “I believe that it will be better than ‘Star Trek’ or ‘Star Wars’ because it is more realistic.”


Nat Geo taps Alec Baldwin to host a “Night of Exploration” programming block

He’ll narrate documentaries, including one about “Crossing the Ice” in Antarctica.

One of Desiree’s “Bachelorette” suitors was once charged with making a bomb threat
Brandon Andreen was fined more than $1000 after posing as an FBI agent who placed a call to a GM plant saying there was a bomb.

Steven Soderbergh: “Breaking Bad’s” last 2 episodes should be shown in theaters
“I thought it would be really cool to have the final two episodes of the show as a movie that aired the Friday after the penultimate episode,” says the acclaimed movie director. “You’d sell that during the season – ‘See the season finale in theatres!’ – and just run it for a week, but I feel like you’d clean up. It’s never been done before.” PLUS: Vince Gilligan doesn’t expect a “Better Call Saul” spinoff to be as good as “Breaking Bad.”

Matthew Perry transforms his former Malibu home into “Perry House” for sober living
Perry House (see here) aims to create a sober living experience.

Connie Britton could’ve been on “Girls” next season
Scheduling conflicts prevented Britton from appearing in Season 3. But she is currently filming a movie with Adam Driver.


Amy’s Baking Company may get a reality show

The notorious “Kitchen Nightmares” stars are said to be entertaining several offers.


Viewers tune in for NBC’s “Healing in the Heartland” tornado relief concert

The one-hour live special was Wednesday’s most-watched program with 8.6 million viewers.


Wrongful death lawsuit filed over Discovery Channel helicopter crash

Producers on a military-themed reality show are being sued over the death of a cameraman.

Austin is expected to rake in $50M from “Revolution” filming
The NBC series is shifting production from North Carolina to Texas.

This week’s elimination proves “The Voice” isn’t only about the voice
On “The Voice,” other factors matter, too, just like any other reality show.


KaDee Strickland is pregnant in real life

The former “Private Practice” star and “Roswell” alum Jason Behr are expecting their first child.

See Aaron Paul’s wedding photo
Paul’s “Breaking Bad” co-star Bryan Cranston was among the 250 guests at his Malibu wedding.


Watch a preview of NBC’s “Camp”

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