7 items from 2015
Realm Short Film. Scott Speer‘s Realm (2015) short film stars Adelaide Kane and William Russ. Realm‘s plot synopsis: “Realm tells the story of a gifted young woman who has the power to enter the soul of the possessed and battle their inner demon.” More on the short film: Directed by [...]
- Rollo Tomasi
Angela and Chet are making a comeback! Boy Meets World alums Trina McGee and Blake Clark are reprising their roles on the show's Disney spin-off Girl Meets World -- and possibly reuniting with Cory, Topanga, and Shawn! Entertainment Weekly reports that the actors will make an appearance in a season two episode titled "Girl Meets Hurricane." Making the reunion sweeter, William Russ, who played Alan Matthews on the beloved original series, will be directing. Both stars have an on-screen connection with Rider Strong's character Shawn Hunter. McGee played [...] »
The epic TV reunions just keep on coming! After Rider Strong, Betsy Randle, William Russ and William Daniels reunited with their "Boy Meets World" costars on "Girl Meets World," even more stars are coming back into the fold. Trina McGee and Blake Clark, who played Shawn’s girlfriend, Angela Moore, and father, Chet Hunter, are set to make an appearance in Season 2 of the Disney Channel spin-off, according to EW. Though Chet passed away from a heart attack during season six, he'll return as a sort of spirit "guide" in an upcoming episode. At the end of Season 7 of "Boy Meets World," Angela left Shawn and decided to travel to Europe with her father. Shawn implied that he was going to propose ... but we never saw it happen. Think they're still together?! So, what has Trina been up to since the original series wrapped? toofab's Brian Particelli caught up with »
- tooFab Staff
The nostalgia factor is looming large in Disney Channel’s “Girl Meets World.” The comedy will be hosting two more “Boy Meets World” alums when the show launches its second season, with Trina McGee and Blake Clark set to stop in for a visit, Variety has confirmed.
McGee, who played Angela Moore, the girlfriend of Shawn Hunter (Rider Strong), in the original series, and Clark, who played Shawn’s father Chet Hunter, will both appear in a season-two episode currently titled “Girl Meets Hurricane.”
Rider Strong will also return for the episode.
In “Boy Meets World” Shawn and Angela dated on and off before ultimately going their separate ways, while Shawn’s father died of a heart attack during season six of the series. The character continued to make appearances on “Boy Meets World” through memories or as a subconscious guide, as he will appear on “Girl Meets World.”
- Shelli Weinstein
Listen up, Boy Meets World fans — your (second) favorite couple is reuniting!
Not only will Shawn reconnect with his lost love, a dearly departed member of the Hunter family will also return. McGee will be joined by Blake Clark — who played Shawn's dead-beat, but beloved father, Chet Hunter — and the two will make their Disney Channel debut with Shawn and the new Matthews family next season, ETonline can exclusively confirm.
Keeping with the theme of the BMW family, William Russ — aka Cory's father Allen Matthews — will be directing the upcoming episode.
Be honest, who else is doing the Cory and Shawn happy dance right now?
Boy Meets World fans will »
Stars: Eloise Mumford, Jack Bowles, Whip Hubley, William Russ, Amir Khalighi, Mae Aswell, Vivan Dugré, Drea Garcia, Treasure Mallory, Nishi Munshi | Written by Matt Witten | Directed by Rick Rosenthal
The use of drones not only in warfare but for spying, reporting new and even delivering packages is a controversial subject and one that is open for debate. The questionable side of the subject is the dehumanising nature of being able to control a machine that could be anywhere in the world to do tasks that could lead to the death of innocent people. This is the subject that Drones looks at, just what is right?
Drones is the story of two soldiers, Sue Lawson (Eloise Mumford) the daughter of a general and now working as a drone controller along with her co-pilot Matt O’Leary (Jack Bowles). As their drone patrols the home of a known terrorist in Afghanistan they »
- Paul Metcalf
Director: Rick Rosenthal
Running Time: 82 minutes
Rick Rosenthal’s latest feature provides an intimate look at war, technology and morality. Drones succeeds in being a suspenseful drama, despite its minor hiccups. These small hindrances can be overlooked due to the films intense deliberation on the moral subject of drone warfare.
Two Air Force personnel are tasked with deciding the fate of a suspected terrorist. Being trained not to think or speak out of place, a general’s daughter (Eloise Mumford) and her new partner (Matt O’Leary) have some tough decisions to make when civilians threaten the success of their mission. With limited time and knowledge of their target they begin to question their superior’s motives.
The action plays out in real time, the claustrophobic setting adds to the intense drama and confounding decision to sacrifice innocent civilian life to destroy a threat. »
- Ciham Messouki
7 items from 2015
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