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Not that there was really any doubt, but Lucie Arnaz is still getting visible proof of how many people still love her parents.
"I Love Lucy" - the iconic 1950s sitcom that starred Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz -- continues in weekday repeats on Me-tv, and CBS' "I Love Lucy Christmas Special" will combine two newly colorized episodes of the show Friday, Dec. 20. Thanks to an online sale Arnaz is conducting this week, before she and her family relocate from the East Coast to California, fans also can own some of her mom and dad's history.
"I had already done this with a lot of their stuff a couple of years ago," she tells Zap2it. "You go, 'I found another box! What's in this?' I went through the hope chest that was up in our closet and thought, 'Oh! I forgot I saved this.' The hatbox that »
By Aaron Pruner
"Star Trek Into Darkness" hits theaters Friday, making it the 12th film in the "Star Trek" movie franchise. With Benedict Cumberbatch filling the "bad guy" shoes here, it seems only fair that we take a look back and rank all of the Star Trek movie villains that have graced the big screen over the past three decades. You're welcome.
11. The Whale Probe From Space - "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home" (1986)
This is probably the weirdest villain on the list because, well, it's a whale-loving space monster looking to reunite with its Humpback brethren by emptying all of Earth's oceans.
10. Sybok - "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier" (1989)
The half-brother of Spock, Sybok (Laurence Luckinbill) is pretty much a backwards Vulcan. Emotions are more important than logic to him. Here, he brainwashes everyone so he can get to the middle of space to meet God...who turns »
- MTV Movies Team
Benedict Cumberbatch is set to make a huge impact in Star Trek Into Darkness. If early reviews are to believed, his performance is one of the highlights of the film and he joins a number of other iconic actors who have contributed to the Star Trek universe by playing memorable antagonists.
But with every excellent villain – like most things in life – you have the polar opposite to contend with. Although never enough to ruin a film completely; a lackluster villain can be a sure fire way to keep a film firmly stuck in neutral. If the Enterprise crew don’t have a sharp enough thorn in their side, all the running in corridors and frantic phaser firing isn’t going to make the audience care.
In order to celebrate the release of Star Trek Into Darkness in cinemas and the breakthrough of Cumberbatch (who it would be far too early »
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