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Sleepy Hollow Fox TV series

With the fall comes all-new television series and coming this September to Fox is Sleepy Hollow, an old tale but with a new twist.

The new series is based on Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, but is a modern retelling where Ichabod Crane is resurrected in present-day where the world is in danger and he’s humanity’s last hope. Oh, and there’s a murderous Headless Horseman!

Watch the video here below for the show, titled “Secrets,” as well as the full trailer.

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SDCC 2013: The Headless Horse Roams The Streets Of San Diego For ‘Sleepy Hollow’
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SDCC 2013: The Headless Horseman Sleepy Hollow

The Headless Horseman is roaming the streets of San Diego all this week for Comic-Con, and while your first reaction will be to turn and run, don’t! While, yes, you should Keep Calm and Don’t Lose Your Head, you should also stop and snap a photo, then post it Instagram with #DONTLOSEYOURHEAD.

And why are there Headless Horsemen roaming the streets of San Diego? It’s because there’s a new TV series coming to Fox this Fall called Sleepy Hollow.

Check out the video, poster, and photo here below for Sleepy Hollow.

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‘Star Trek’ Writers Pitching ‘Sleepy Hollow’ TV Series With ‘Total Recall’ Director Len Wiseman
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Sleepy Hollow

Would you be interested in watching a TV based on the classic Halloween tale, Sleepy Hollow? If so, you may be in luck.

Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, the writing duo who have worked on Transformers, Star Trek, and many other hit projects, are currently shopping a pitch for one such TV series, with Len Wiseman (Total Recall, Underworld) also attached to direct. Though it’s not exactly as it sounds. Then again, it never is.

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Film Legend & ‘Batman’ Star Michael Gough Has Died
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Michael Gough

Sad news across the world for geeks today, as word has reached us that the wonderful actor, Michael Gough, has passed away. He was 94 years old. To most people, Michael Gough was well known for his role as Alfred Pennyworth in the 1990’s Batman movie series, beginning with Tim Burton’s Batman in 1989 and right through Joel Schumacher’s Batman & Robin in 1997.

However, this wasn’t Michael Gough’s first involvement in a franchise loved by geeks internationally. A very young Gough appeared as The Celestial Toymaker in Doctor Who back in 1965. The episode, The Celestial Toymaker, saw Gough act with the First Doctor William Hartnell. He would later appear with Fifth Doctor Peter Davison, playing a different role, in the episode Arc of Infinity.

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