“Black-ish” star Marsai Martin is executive producing and starring in Universal’s comedy “Little,” which is based on the 13-year-old’s idea.
The story focuses on an adult woman who gets the chance to relive her carefree youth after the pressures of adulthood overwhelm her. “Peeples” writer-director Tina Gordon Chism is attached to direct from the script, which was initially written by “Girls Trip” writer Tracy Oliver.
The project is set up with “Girls Trip” producers Will Packer and James Lopez along with “Black-ish” creator Kenya Barris. “Girls Trip “star Regina Hall and Josh Martin will executive produce with Marsai Martin.
Marsai Martin has starred as a twin to Miles Brown’s character with Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross portraying their parents in the four seasons of ABC’s “[link
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New Stills from Desolation: IFC Midnight will release Desolation in select theaters and on VOD and digital platforms on December 15th, including special Q&A screenings:
"New York City
Special Advance Screening on Thursday, December 14, at 9pm at the IFC Center with Q&A with editor Alexander Frasse, producer Kim Patton, associate producer Ned Donovan, and composer Marcus Bagala. Tickets available here: http://www.ifccenter.com/films/desolation/
Opening Night Q&A on Friday, December 15 (9:05pm show), with director Sam Patton,
Creator Vincent J. Roth returns to the cape-clad title role of Surge, alongside the likes of Star Trek alums Nichelle Nichols and Robert Picardo, comedian Bruce Vilanch, SuperFriends! Shannon Farnon, Academy Award nominee Eric Roberts, The Exorcist’s Linda Blair, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century star Gil Gerard and the original Incredible Hulk Lou Ferrigno. Check out the synopsis and trailer here…
Surge’s nemesis, the Metal Master, is out of jail and trying to reconcile with his estranged parents (Blair, Gerard) and tempted to continue a life of crime by Augur (Roberts), archnemesis of the wise Omen (Nichols, Picardo). Augur sends Metal Master to Las Vegas for mysterious crystals. Needing more crime fighting help,
For a while there, it looked like Star Trek: Discovery was another disaster in the making. It’s certainly what the problems that plagued it from the outset led you to believe. Why else would the franchise’s first show for over a decade – since dud prequel Enterprise ended in 2005 – be delayed and delayed again? Why else would co-creator Bryan Fuller leave midway, citing creative differences? And why would Us network CBS withhold advanced previews for journalists? The answer, it turns out, is that no one actually knows anything. The first two episodes, streaming worldwide this week on Netflix, are a visually lavish, bold and exciting work of science fiction. But above all,
Star Trek posits a future of feminism, political rapprochement between generations-old enemies and the pursuit of racial equality. But it’s also only as progressive as its writers think their audience is. Maybe that’s why the latest version, Star Trek: Discovery, is more depressing than it probably intends to be.
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“Making Star Trek II seems like only yesterday,” Shatner said. “Even back then, we knew we were creating something really special, and to have The Wrath of Khan back on the big screen 35 years later is a wonderful testament both to the film itself and to the
Surveying the franchise-to-date, as TVLine’s resident, I’m Getting Too Old for This Fish expert: Part 2 (The Second One) still reigns, having served up fun riffs on Airplane! and the like. Part 3 (Oh Hell No!) was inundated with un-clever NBC Universal shilling, you will (?) remember, while Part 4 seemed content to introduce a new, high-larious kind of “-nado” every five minutes… and leave it at that.
Picking up not too long after the events of The 4th Awakens,
Nichelle Nichols, known for her role as communications officer Lieutenant Uhura in the original Star Trek TV series, and Mae Jemison, the first African-American woman to travel in space, reunited at the special Trekkie convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Wednesday.
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"A special moment. @NichelleIsUhura joins @maejemison onstage at #STLV17," the official Star Trek Twitter wrote alongside a pic of the two. In a second snap, Nichols and Jemison are seen smiling wide as they put up the "Live long and prosper" sign.
Nichols portrayed Lieutenant Uhura from 1966 to 1969, and reprised the role in the succeeding films. Her role was groundbreaking for African American women and the character was part of the first interracial kiss on television.
Jemison was a fan of the original series and cited Nichols' powerful
“Making Star Trek II seems like only yesterday,” Shatner said. “Even back then, we knew we were creating something really special, and to have The Wrath of Khan back on the
Lee, 94, was honored Tuesday morning with a hand and footprint ceremony, the first ever held at Hollywood's Tcl Chinese Theatre.
The legendary comic book writer behind Avengers, X-Men, Spider-Man, Fantastic Four and Hulk was applauded with help from Marvel head Kevin Feige, Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn, filmmaker Kevin Smith, Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman, Star Trek's Nichelle Nichols and comic book artist Todd McFarlane.
"I thank you from the bottom from my heart, and I've always wondered about that expression," Lee said. "Why is the...
“When you’re a newly signed artist, you think you’re the bomb,” he recalled of his early years after first signing with Broken Bow Records. “And then you wake up and realize there are 100 other bombs out there, and you’re left with the crumbs at the bottom of the barrel when it comes to songs so you better get to writing your own.
Kate Beckinsale to Attend Wizard World Sacramento: Press Release: "Sacramento, Calif., June 5, 2017 – Kate Beckinsale, star of such films as Underworld and Pearl Harbor, and Val Kilmer, standout in Batman Forever and Top Gun, have been added to the top-flight celebrity roster at Wizard World Comic Con Sacramento at the Sacramento Convention Center. Both will appear on Saturday and Sunday, June 17-18, when they will greet fans, sign autographs, pose for photo ops and conduct interactive Q&A sessions with fans.
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