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Thanks for the break guys – it's almost like you don't need me at all. But you're stuck with me.
Just as news breaks that Hung was canceled, Thomas Jane makes the news again, "correcting" his months-old quote about sandwiches that everyone took to mean he'd turned a few gay tricks for cash in his youth. "In the interviews that I did, I never said I was a prostitute. I was talking about my [early] time in Hollywood: I said that I’d had a sexually adventurous time and I was trying to relate that to how I play a prostitute on TV." Maybe next time don't imply something obvious and end the quote with "Know what I mean?" because obviously no one does. I feel used and dirty, like he managed the press to cover his bigoted prior remarks. I'll never watch anything he does again.
Lars Von Trier isn't know for subtlety. »
The Captains Written and Directed by: William Shatner Starring: William Shatner, Patrick Stewart, Avery Brooks, Kate Mulgrew, Scott Bakula, Chris Pine The Captains is a documentary made for fans of Star Trek. It features interviews with the actors who starred as starship captains in the Star Trek franchise. What makes this Star Trek documentary unique is that it was written and directed by William Shatner, the second actor to play a starship captain. (Shatner replaced the first actor as captain, Jeffrey Hunter, who starred in only the pilot episode of Star Trek. Hunter has gone on to the final frontier, and so was not contacted for an interview.) Also the interviews were conducted by Shatner, who appears on-screen with his interviewees. On viewing this documentary, it soon becomes apparent that its focus is not on Star Trek, but rather on Shatner himself. I confess. I am a lapsed Trekkie. I »
Star Trek: Enterprise actor Connor Trinneer has claimed that the show was not responsible for the disappearance of the sci-fi series from television. Enterprise was axed in 2005, while later attempts to revive Star Trek for television were rejected by CBS and Paramount. However, Trinneer, who played Charles 'Trip' Tucker III on the show, told the official Star Trek site that his series was not responsible for the "demise" of the TV franchise. "I haven't heard anybody who blamed our show for doing that," he argued. "I think that [idea] was nonsense." Trinneer added that he feels (more) »
- By Morgan Jeffery
The Movie Pool is in geek heaven with Stargate: Atlantis The Complete Series on Blu-ray! Beware! This is a long review, necessary to cover all 20 discs!
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1 (for episodes only)
Audio: English 5.1 DTS-hd Master Audio
Subtitles: English for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Special Features: Detailed in the set breakdown.
Stargate: Atlantis The Complete Series comes in a 20 disc Blu-ray set. Seasons one and two come in one extra-wide case, as do seasons three and four, with season five in a third case. All three cases come within an outer slipcover.
Many of the special features listed are not presented in high-definition.
Disc 1 (Season 1)
Episodes include: “Rising” (Parts 1 and 2, with commentary by director Martin Wood and actor Joe Flanigan); “Hide and Seek” (with commentary by actors Rachel Luttrell, Torri Higginson and Paul McGillion); "Thirty Eight Minutes” (with commentary by actors Rachel Luttrell »
4 items from 2011
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