NEWS ROUNDUP: Dark Shadows Movie 'Revolutionary', Train on 90210, Chloe Movie?

Chloe Moretz Calls 'Dark Shadows' Movie 'Revolutionary'
"Because it has everything. It has a little bit of camp," Moretz said. "It has a little bit of danger. It has the supernatural features, vampires, witches, all the fun stuff."

Official Photo From Tim Burton’s ‘Dark Shadows’ Shows A Younger Johnny Depp
Johnny Depp (as vampire Barnabas Collins) looks barely old enough to get all sparkly and seduce Kristen Stewart, while an older and angry Michelle Pfieffer glowers.

Tim Burton on the current stage of the Dark Shadows Movie: Panicking
"Panicking. That stage. We're editing and doing effects. It's not an effects-heavy picture, but it's still got stuff in there. There's a strange tone to the movie. That's always what's fun about movies. You never know exactly what they are. It makes it both exciting and scary and why you like doing it. I have to keep remembering that."

"It's got such a strange vibe. And it's not something that a lot of people necessarily know. You're trying to do a weird soap opera. I felt really lucky, because the cast is really good. People like Michelle [Pfeiffer] grew up watching it. Some of the cast knew about it. Some didn't, but they were all game for it — getting into the weird spirit of what "Dark Shadows" was. It has a weird sense of heightened melodrama. There was a generation of us who would run home from school to watch it. That's probably why we were such bad students. We should have been doing homework; we were watching "Dark Shadows" instead. It was hard to put into words the tone it was. It had a weird seriousness, but it was funny in a way that wasn't really funny. We just had to feel our way through it to find the tone. We didn't do any real rehearsals, because the cast all came in at different times. But there was an old photo of the [original] cast which I always remembered, so a couple days before shooting, we got the whole cast together to take a similar shot so everyone could see each other and get that vibe from doing a group photo. That helped set the tone more than anything."

DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES creator to cameo in finale
"I'm gonna do a Hitchcock, and the hair and makeup people will go through more hell that day than ever," Marc Cherry joked at the Television Critics Association winter press tour Tuesday, where he and the cast talked about the show's final season.

Shonda Rhimes On The Prospect Of GREY'S ANATOMY Running Another Decade
Speaking to reporters following a panel session promoting her new ABC midseason drama SCANDAL that premieres this spring, Rhimes noted that when it comes to GREY'S, ABC has a plan. “I don’t know that it matters what I want to do, (since) it’s ABC’s show, not mine,” she said. “I think (ABC programming chief) Paul Lee has publicly said he wants the show to go for like 10 more years. We’ll see what happens.”

ABC's 'GCB' swears it won't peeve Christians
Executive Producer Robert Harling said the dramedy about harpy southern woman in Dallas that bows March 4 “will remain respectful.”

GREY ANATOMY's Patrick Dempsey: I'd Rather Race Than Act
"The biggest point for me in negotiations is getting time off to come race, so if I don't miss races, I'll probably stay."

Train to make musical stop on '90210'
Train has scheduled a stop on the CW’s 90210 for an episode scheduled to air in late February.

Next up for Lindsay Lohan: Playing Liz Taylor?
Lohan, whose pictorial in Playboy allegedly spawned record sales, is in early talks to play the late Elizabeth Taylor for an original flick Elizabeth & Richard: A Love Story for Lifetime.

THE GOOD WIFE scoop: Parker Posey, Amy Sedaris, Denis O'Hare returning
A slew of actors who have previously been on the acclaimed CBS drama all coming back for one special episode during February sweeps.

Canceled ABC Family Series ‘Nine Lives Of Chloe King’ To Get New Life As Movie
The network canceled the drama series about a girl with cat-like powers in September after one modestly rated season. But during the ABC Family executive session at TCA, the network’s president Michael Riley said that “we are on the verge of putting a (Chloe King) movie into development.”

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