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Kevin Sorbo’s directorial debut, the faith-based feature Let There Be Light, has just gotten an October 27 theatrical release date from Atlas Distribution Co. The film was a family affair as Sorbo’s wife Sam Sorbo co-wrote the film and both star in it accompanied by their two sons. Sean Hannity (yes, Fox News) serves as an executive producer. After suffering the traumatic loss of his youngest son to cancer, Dr. Sol Harkens (Kevin Sorbo) loses faith and heads down a path… »
To many, Supergirl is an important superhero show. Not only is it a successful example of a DC show, but it also flies the flag for female superheroes. With the release of Supergirl: The Complete Second Season, things are bigger and on an even greater scale, but does that make it a success?
With Kara (Melissa Benoist) striving to make herself as successful journalist at Catco Worldwide Media, she also has to do the same as Supergirl. Working with her adoptive sister Alex (Chyler Leigh) and Hank Henshaw (David Harewood), the Martian Manhunter at the Deo, the stakes have never been higher. Thankfully, she has friends and family (including Superman) to help her save the day.
There are a lot of important things that happen in this season, which feel ground-breaking for the show. This includes the “coming out” of Kara’s sister Alex. This is important because of the way it is handled, »
- Paul Metcalf
The biggest problem with the DC Comics series on the CW is that they are overstuffed, robbing the title character of the spotlight and forcing them to work as part of a team. The formula can be repetitive and stifling, demanding that the star rise above the noise to get noticed.
As Supergirl moved from CBS where it was a well-reviewed, low-rated buzz series, to the CW, changes had to be made. Calista Flockhart chose not to join the team in Canada so Cat Grant, one of the more interesting members of the cast, was gone but the crappy looking Deo set got a major upgrade.
With Supergirl: The Complete Second Season now available from Warner Home Entertainment, we’re given a chance to evaluate how the sophomore outing went. They certainly aimed high, opening with the inevitable arrival of Supergirl (Melissa Benoist)’s cousin, Superman (Tyler Hoechlin). Of course, »
- Robert Greenberger
NBC entertainment president Jennifer Salke confirmed the reboot’s demise to The Hollywood Reporter: “Nothing is happening on that right now. We looked at some material; we decided at that point that it didn’t warrant the reboot… I’d never say never on that one because it’s such a beloved title, but the current incarnation of it is dead.”
Stars: John Hennigan, Osric Chau, Kevin Sorbo, Spencer Grammar, Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson, Jonathan Lipnicki, Dominque Swain, Lorenzo Lamas, Richard Tyson, Jane Park Smith | Written by John Hennigan, Josh Burnell, Franco Movsesian, Jonathan Perkins | Directed by Robert Kirbyson
Boone, a fame-seeking reality show Bounty Hunter (think a douchier version of TV’s Dog the Bounty Hunter) gets carried away in his role and tries to bring down a drug lord and his empire. But when his quest for accolades ends with a bounty on his own head, Boone learns that serving justice is a heck of a lot more dangerous than just ratings.
Apparently conceived by star John Hennigan some five years ago, Boone: The Bounty Hunter has been a labour of love for the wrestler and actor ever since, with Hennigan eventually funding the film himself – no doubt through the money he earned wresting for the likes of Lucha Underground »
- Phil Wheat
The film is directed by and stars Kevin Sorbo, who starred in 2014’s faith-based hit “God’s Not Dead,” which grossed $60 million domestically.
“Let There Be Light” is the story of an atheist who has a near-death experience that challenges his beliefs about love, God, and family. The film also features music stars Dionne Warwick and Travis Tritt.
“Liberal Hollywood has increasingly moved the bar, making simple and honest films with solid faith and family values harder to find,” said Hannity. “I felt compelled to start bringing quality films to the millions of forgotten Americans who want to see more of these heart-warming and »
- Dave McNary
“A Question of Faith” centers on three families from different cultures who live in the same community. They are complete strangers living vastly separate lives until a texting and driving accident thrusts them onto converging paths where they discover love, forgiveness, grace, and mercy.
Along with a message of faith, the storyline touches on racial prejudice, the consequences of texting and driving, and also addresses the debate surrounding organ donation.
The cast includes Richard T. Jones (“Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married,”), Kim Fields (“The Facts of Life”), C. Thomas Howell, GregAlan Williams, Christian recording artist Jaci Velasquez, Renee O’Connor (“Xena: Warrior Princess”), and T.C. Stallings (“War Room”).
- Dave McNary
The obstacle course of red, white and blue tires is the same, but the dunk tank is a bit more extreme as ABC wages a new Battle of the Network Stars starting Thursday, June 29 at 9/8c.
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For the unfortunately uninitiated of you, gather ’round as I spin a yarn about the original intra-network “field day” competition that aired on ABC during the 1970s and ’80s, pitting the Alphabet network against CBS and NBC and… well, that was it, kids. PBS and the »
This is either going to be really good or so bad, it’s great. But either way, ABC’s relaunch of Battle of the Network Stars (premiering Thursday, June 29 at 9/8c) is looking like the summer’s must-see — especially since on Tuesday the full list of competitors was released. The celebrities we’re most psyched to see throwing down in events like the kayak relay race and dunk tank:
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ABC’s revival of “Battle of the Network” stars has set 20 teams of five celebrities each to compete in the upcoming season, the network announced Monday.
Stars from shows such as “Modern Family,” “Pretty Little Liars,” “Scandal,” “Melrose Place,” “Beverly Hills, 90210,” “The Goldbergs,” “How to Get Away with Murder,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “The Incredible Hulk,” “The West Wing,” “Dallas,” “CHiPs,” “Law & Order” and many more will take part in the throwback to the classic series from the 1970’s.
The 10-episode season will pit teams of current and classic TV stars from multiple eras and different genres against one another in a variety of athletic games, like Tug of War, Archery, Kayak Relay, Obstacle Course, and Dunk Tank. The series will premiere June 29 at 9 p.m.
- Joe Otterson
Supergirl is getting a new big bad for season three.
Odette Annable joins The CW superhero show as villain Reign, Et has learned.
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The 32-year-old actress will be a series regular and the main baddie for the upcoming third season. Reign is a Worldkiller, a biological weapon, bloodthirsty, super-powerful monster, created on Krypton by Zoe-El. In the comics, she tries to take Supergirl down and conquer Earth. The TV version of the character will have a different costume than the comic book version.
"Greg [Berlanti] and I have wanted to work with Odette for years," executive producer Andrew Kreisberg said in a statement. "We are beyond excited to have her join our cast in the scary, powerful and heartbreaking role of Reign."
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“Supergirl” has set the next big bad for Season 3: Reign.
Reign will be the villain of the third season, as part of an interpretation of the infamous World Killer storyline from the pages of DC Comics. Though the character is based on the comics, the costume for Annable’s TV character will be different from the DC version.
Reign — who first appeared in the New 52 reboot of DC Comics’ “Supergirl” series — is a Worldkiller akin to Doomsday, the famous Superman villain who killed the Man of Steel in 1992. She was taken as an infant by Kryptonian scientists who bestowed her new abilities. In the comics, Reign becomes an enemy of Supergirl when she arrives on Earth with the plan to conquer it. The character in the comics was created by Michael Green and Mahmud Asrar.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Season 2 of the hit series Colony is airing now on USA. Buster stars alongside Josh Holloway and Sarah Wayne Callies on the sci-fi drama series. Buster portrays Charlie Bowman, an abused child who was separated from his family for over a year in this dystopian version of Los Angeles. View the season 2 trailer here.
Buster also recently starred in the holiday film The Christmas Project, which is available on Amazon and Netflix. He also starred in The Lost Boy with Virginia Madsen, Storm Rider with Kevin Sorbo, Kristy Swanson and C. Thomas Howell as well as Just Let Go with Henry Ian Cusick, which earned him a “Best Actor Under 18” Award at the Filmed in Utah Awards. His other television credits include a recurring role as “Young Mike Ross” (played by Patrick J. Adams) on Suits and a guest role on The Thundermans. »
- Tai Freligh
[[tmz:video id="0_ze4gw4gc"]] Kevin Sorbo is still positive Jesus would be down with Donald Trump -- even on day 82 of his very eventful presidency. We got Kevin leaving Lax, where we asked what Jesus would think now that Trump has tried to implement an immigration ban and fired missiles at Syria. The 'Hercules' actor explains why neither would sway Jc's support for the prez. Ya can't say Kevin doesn't stick to his guns -- especially when you see »
- TMZ Staff
Welcome to The Hollywood Reporter's weekly DC TV Watch, a rundown of all things DC Comics on TV. Every Friday, we round up the major twists, epic fights, new mysteries and anything else that goes down on The CW's Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl and Fox's Gotham and what it all means. Note: Gotham did not air a new episode this week.
Mama drama | It should come as no shock to viewers that Mon-El's (Chris Wood) mother Rhea (Teri Hatcher) took a villainous turn at the end of this week's episode, killing her own husband Lar Gand (Kevin Sorbo) »
- Sydney Bucksbaum
Kayti Burt Mar 28, 2017
The Mon-El arc comes to a climax in Distant Sun, a family drama with one of Supergirl's scariest villains yet...
This review contains spoilers.
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2.17 Distant Sun
Supergirl season two has played the long game with the Mon-El arc and, in Distant Sun, it came to a head. When Queen Rhea, Mon-El's mother, puts a bounty on Kara's head, it makes Mon-El choose: return home or let Kara continue to live with constant attacks on her life. Or at least that's the false dichotomy Rhea gives her son, hoping he doesn't notice that there are other options — they're just much messier. Little does she know, Kara has spent the last several months teaching Mon-El what it looks like to eschew the paths of least resistance and fight for something better, even and perhaps especially when it isn't easy.
Many viewers would »
Mon-El's secret came out on Supergirl Season 2 Episode 16, causing Kara to break up with him over his deceit.
Luckily, the breakup didn't last long, and all it took was a musical crossover on The Flash Season 3 Episode 17 to get KaraMel back together!
Are you on Team Kara or Team Mon-El in this breakup?
Steve: I need to side with Mon-El here. Yes, he should have told Kara the truth, but it's not his fault he is a Daxam prince. He does not want to be the "face" of their race's future, all he cares about is Kara and moving forward with her. She'll come around.
Christine: Team Mon-El. Lying to her wasn’t right but she made it clear how much »
- Stacy Glanzman
Well, just as I predicted, in last night's Supergirl episode we find out that Supergirl is already pregnant thanks to Mon-El, and that Superbabies are indeed on the way! Or at least that would have been a much better story than what we got. Instead, this episode was split between two different stories and one of them was as predictable as rain in April.
The first storyline in Supergirl involves poor Winn and his new alien girlfriend Lyra, as she has been playing him the entire time (shocker) and used him to break into a museum to steal the Van Gogh Starry Night painting. Apparently, she has the same, and only, superpower that Mr. Terrific has in the comics and is invisible to technology. In fact, Batman used him to bring down his own creation; Brother Eye.
Winn, having not had much luck with women, even super-hot alien women, decides »
- Drew Carlton
Jim Dandy Mar 21, 2017
Supergirl overcomes some soapy plotting with superior chemistry in its latest season 2 episode, Star-Crossed...
This review contains spoilers.
Hi everybody! Jim from Legends Of Tomorrow reviews here, filling in on what is probably the second best DC TV show. Everything Legends does, Supergirl does too, but where Legends keeps things light and fluffy, Supergirl adds in some soapiness and some real world parallels, sometimes to its detriment. Ultimately, Star-Crossed was excellent, only kept from perfection by being a touch on the nose.
The major plot of this episode is Mon-El’s family - his father, Lar Gand (Yes I Know!), played by God’s Not Dead But You’ll Wish You Were’s Kevin Sorbo, and his mother, »
Does Mon-El deserve a second chance?
His secret is finally out in the open, and he chose to stay on Earth at the end of Supergirl Season 2 Episode 16 rather than return home with his parents.
So, where do they go from here?
First they will have to get through the musical crossover with The Flash, but assuming everything is not all fine and dandy by the end of it, it begs the question of what Mon-El is going to do now.
He's really only involved with the Deo because of Kara, and she's probably not going to be asking for his help any time soon. Are we in for several weeks of watching him beg and grovel?
Ugh, please no. Nobody wants that.
Mon-El has made a crazy amount of mistakes, but it's pretty clear he really does want to be a better man.
Does that mean Kara should forgive him? »
- Stacy Glanzman
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