Monday, May 7, 2012

Dark Shadows news roundup

Lara Parker has some interesting words for Dark Shadows fans:
"The 'Dark Shadows' fans are extremely vocal and passionately loyal to the original show," Parker said. "But they are a drop in the bucket to Johnny Depp's fans. They think they are the deciding factor, and I think that's lovely. ...
"They remind me of the Tea Party. They're so right. You can't argue with them. .... They say they won't go see this movie. Well, they'll go see it."

An interview with Ken Bald, the artist of the Dark Shadows newspaper strip:

Bald gave up the strip after a year — "reluctantly," he says. In the meantime, the "Dark Shadows" cult grew. In 1996, Bald was sought by actress Kathryn Leigh Scott, who played Barnabas' love interest, Josette, on the show. Scott wanted to publish a book of Bald's "Dark Shadows" strips through her company, Pomegranate Press.

A live Q&A with Danny Elfman is set for 9 p.m. EDT May 8

Early reviews of Tim Burton's Dark Shadows:
"Uneven but a more enjoyable Burton-Depp combo"

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