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Star Trek: Discovery episode 3 review - Context Is For Kings

James Hunt Oct 2, 2017

Hello to Jason Isaacs in the latest Star Trek: Discovery episode, which is proving much more character-centric than previous series...

This review contains spoilers.

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1.3 Context Is For Kings

So, following the traumatic backstory two-parter that opened this season, we finally got to meet the Discovery in this episode. And unlike the various Enterprises (or Voyager), which are warm, homely places, the Discovery is more like one of those weird, creepy ships that the Enterprise (or Voyager) encounters and has to solve the mystery of what killed everyone before it kills them too. Indeed, that's sort of what happened to Discovery's sister ship, the USS Glenn.

Indeed, it's interesting to get a look at the ship from
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Star Trek: looking back at the BBC's ban and censorship

Alastair Stewart Dec 6, 2016

With a new Star Trek TV series incoming, we revisit the show's long history of censorship at the BBC...

Star Trek is not a franchise you’d normally associate with controversy. Nevertheless, between 1969 and 1994, four episodes of the original series - Empath, Whom Gods Destroy, Plato’s Stepchildren and Miri - were not aired on the BBC, and other episodes were heavily redacted.

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It’s difficult nowadays to appreciate just how sacrosanct terrestrial television was until the 1990s. Even though Star Trek was first broadcast in the UK on BBC One on July 12 1969, with the episode Where No Man Has Gone Before, repeats were rare and VHS tapes were expensive, and difficult to get
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Star Trek: The Original and Animated Series top 25 episodes




As a new Star Trek TV show is planned for 2017, we select the show's top 25 episodes from its classic Original and Animated series...

The impact of Star Trek, a television series that altered the world's expectations and put an indelible mark on many cultures around the world, is often underestimated until you realise who it had an impact on and what they went on to achieve.

If you only ever watch 25 episodes or, rather, stories from the original(ish) run of Star Trek, these are they, at least in my opinion. The only rules in place being that this selection is drawn only from the series that just called themselves Star Trek (so that's what we now call Star Trek: The Original Series, or Tos and Star Trek: The Animated Series, or Tas), and two-part episodes count as one story... The more Trek-astute of you may realise
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Don Mankiewicz Dies at 93; Screenwriter Wrote ‘I Want to Live!,’ ‘Star Trek’ Episode

Don Mankiewicz, a member of a family of Hollywood royalty who earned an Oscar nomination for the screenplay to Susan Hayward starrer “I Want to Live!” and also worked in television, died Saturday of congestive heart failure at his home in Monrovia, Calif. He was 93.

Mankiewicz penned the pilot episodes of both ABC medical drama “Marcus Welby, M.D.,” which starred Robert Young and and James Brolin and ran 1969-76, and NBC cop drama “Ironside,” which starred Raymond Burr as a wheelchair-bound police detective on special assignment in San Francisco and ran 1967–75.

Don Mankiewicz was a son of Herman J. Mankiewicz, who won the screenplay Oscar for “Citizen Kane” together with with Orson Welles, and a nephew of Joseph L. Mankiewicz, who won Oscars for writing and directing best picture winner “All About Eve” (1950).

Don’s brother, Frank Mankiewicz, who served as an aide to Democratic presidential candidates Robert F. Kennedy and George McGovern,
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James Garner has passed away at age 86

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James Garner, acclaimed actor of both TV and film, passed away on Saturday from natural causes at age 86. Born James Scott Bumgarner, he dropped out of high school at age 16 to join the United States Merchant Marines, eventually going on to receive 2 Purple Hearts during the Korean War. His first acting opportunity came in the form of a non-speaking role in the Broadway stage play The Caine Mutiny Court Martial in 1954. Working bit parts in television and film, Garner eventually landed the...
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Maverick, The Rockford Files: James Garner Dies at 86

Television legend James Garner has died at the age of 86. He reportedly passed away late last night.

Garner began his career with a non-speaking role in The Caine Mutiny Court Martial on Broadway after helping actor Lloyd Nolan learn his lines. He then landed a regular role in the touring production.

From there, he moved on to small roles in movies and television. While he found success starring in more than 50 films over the course of his career -- including The Thrill of It All, The Americanization of Emily, Victor/Victoria, Murphy's Romance, Support Your Local Sheriff!, and The Notebook -- Garner really made his mark on the small screen.

He starred in a comedic Western, Maverick, in 1957 on ABC. Garner's Bret Maverick character sought out high-stakes poker games and rarely stayed in one place for very long. Unlike
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Movie News: Film, TV Icon James Garner Dies at 86

Los Angeles – He was the guy that could take care of things for you, with a wink of the eye and a slightly cynical air. Handsome star James Garner distinguished himself in both film and television, and passed away on July 19th, 2014, in Los Angeles after a long stretch of health problems. He was 86.

Garner broke in on a national level by starring as professional gambler Bret Maverick in the 1950s TV series, “Maverick,” and went from there to take on leading man and character roles in classic films such as “The Children’s Hour,” “The Great Escape,” “The Americanization of Emily,” “Victor Victoria,” and “Murphy’s Romance.” He even completed a TV-to-movie cycle by appearing in the Mel Gibson film version of “Maverick.” He also made a second character splash on TV in the 1970s, portraying private investigator Jim Rockford in the sly and popular show, “The Rockford Files.
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Actor James Garner Dead at 86

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Oscar-nominated actor James Garner has passed away at the age of 86.

From AP:

Garner, whose whimsical style in the 1950s TV Western “Maverick” led to a stellar career in TV and films such as “The Rockford Files” and his Oscar-nominated “Murphy’s Romance,” was found dead of natural causes at his home in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles Saturday evening, Los Angeles police officer Alonzo Iniquez said early Sunday.

Police responded to a call around 8 p.m. Pdt and confirmed Garner’s identity from family members, Iniquez told The Associated Press.

There was no immediate word on a more specific cause of death. Garner had suffered a stroke in May 2008, just weeks after his 80th birthday.

Although he was adept at drama and action, Garner was best known for his low-key, wisecracking style, especially with his hit TV series, “Maverick” and “The Rockford Files.
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James Garner Dies

James Garner Dies
James Garner, for more than 50 years one of Hollywood's most likable leading men on the big screen and on TV, died at his Los Angeles home Saturday night, reports TMZ. He was 86. The star, best known for the Maverick and The Rockford Files TV series, had suffered what had been described as a minor stroke in 2008. Besides his popular work on the small screen, Garner also appeared opposite Julie Andrews in two critically acclaimed movies, 1964's The Americanization of Emily and 1982's Victor/Victoria. In addition, he costarred opposite Doris Day in The Thrill of It All and Move Over,
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James Garner Dies

James Garner Dies
James Garner, for more than 50 years one of Hollywood's most likable leading men on the big screen and on TV, died at his Los Angeles home Saturday night, reports TMZ. He was 86. The star, best known for the Maverick and The Rockford Files TV series, had suffered what had been described as a minor stroke in 2008. Besides his popular work on the small screen, Garner also appeared opposite Julie Andrews in two critically acclaimed movies, 1964's The Americanization of Emily and 1982's Victor/Victoria. He also costarred opposite Doris Day in The Thrill of It All and Move Over, Darling
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James Garner of ‘Maverick,’ ‘Rockford Files’ Dies at 86

James Garner of ‘Maverick,’ ‘Rockford Files’ Dies at 86
Amiable actor James Garner, whose moderately successful film career was eclipsed by two extraordinarily popular television series, “Maverick” and “The Rockford Files,” has died, according to reports. He was 86.

Like many popular leading men of Hollywood’s heyday, Garner boasted all-American good looks and a winning personality that carried him through comedy and drama alike. He was one of the first of TV’s leading men to cross over into films in the ’60s with such popular movies as “The Thrill of It All” and “The Americanization of Emily.” But he had his greatest impact in television, first on “Maverick” in the ’50s and then in the ’70s on “The Rockford Files,” for which he won an Emmy in 1977. He later appeared in several quality telepics including “Promise,” “My Name Is Bill W.” and “Barbarians at the Gate,” as well as the occasional strong feature such as “Victor/Victoria” and “Murphy’s Romance,
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Al Ruscio, Character Actor and Acting Teacher, Dies at 89

Al Ruscio, a film, television and stage actor who was also a noted acting teacher and served on the board of directors of the Screen Actors Guild, died in his home on Nov. 12. He was 89.

Ruscio was already an accomplished actor by the time he arrived in Hollywood, soon after which he starred in “A View From the Bridge” at the Players Ring Theater. He also began to play major guest roles on series including “Bonanza,” “Mr. Lucky,” “The Untouchables” and “Playhouse 90,” and he appeared in the film “Al Capone” with Rod Steiger.

During this time, he was serving on SAG’s board of directors. He began touring in George Bernard Shaw’s “Don Juan in Hell,” playing the role of the Devil.

Ruscio’s career took a bit of a left turn at this point as he became actor-in-residence, chairman of the theater department and managing director of
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David Schwimmer Set For Return To Broadway

David Schwimmer Set For Return To Broadway
Former Friends star David Schwimmer and Oscar and Tony nominee Amy Ryan are to team up on the Broadway stage for the New York premiere of Obie Award winner Lisa D'Amour's new play Detroit.

D’Amour is both a 2011 Pulitzer Prize finalist for the play and a 2011 Steinberg Playwright Award winner for her body of work.

Schwimmer and Ryan play a couple who attempt to bond with their new next-door neighbours.

Ryan is a regular on Broadway but Schwimmer hasn't been on the New York stage since his Broadway debut in The Caine Mutiny Court Martial in 2006.

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Broadway Born Yesterday, Inherit the Wind, Caine Mutiny Court Martial, Democracy, Twentieth Century, Henry IV, The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Last Night of Ballyhoo Tony nomination, Outer Critics Circle Award. Off-Broadway The Marriage of Bette and Boo. London Deathtrap. Regional theater A Delicate Balance, Proof, How I Learned to Drive, Angels in America, Betrayal, The Dining Room. Features Going the Distance, Imaginary Heroes, Hearts in Atlantis, Company Man. TV The West Wing, Shot in the Heart, Law and Order all.
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Celina Jaitly

Celina Jaitly
In an industry where looks play a vital role for anyone to be successful, we have had actors with average looks reaching the pinnacle of success. And contrary to the idiom is Celina Jaitly, who despite being gorgeous, possessing one of the best bodies and gifted acting skills haven.t yet tasted the best times. A peek into her career graph shows us the extreme highs and lows that her films have managed to achieve as far as box-office results are concerned. If this was not enough, she has also been a soft target for a few. Her vehement stance on supporting gay rights has got her acknowledgment and criticism both. However, what makes Celina stand out is her bold outlook towards life. Catch the actress at her undiplomatic best as the tape rolls to capture her unguarded in this month.s Court Martial.
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Sajid Nadiadwala

Sajid Nadiadwala
Sajid Nadiadwala is one filmmaker who has seen more successes than misses. However, he is someone who has also seen his own share of fair criticism coming his way. Last year, it was Kambakkht Ishq that was almost ravaged in reviews. The ghosts of clash of his Jaan-e-Mann with Don have still not gone away, as a result of which he has totally avoided the clash of his new film, Housefull with Kites. Meanwhile, he is balancing his affection for Akshay Kumar and Salman Khan well by making movies with them alternatively. However, in the process he has also roped in emerging superstar Ranbir Kapoor to pave the way for the future. In this month.s Court Martial, Sajid reveals how he balances the best of all worlds without letting the controversies affect him
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Holds, Ballard, Dirden et al. Complete Enron Cast

The upcoming Broadway production of Lucy Prebble's critically acclaimed play Enron, directed by Rupert Goold, is proud to welcome actors Jordan Ballard (Hairspray), Brandon J. Dirden (Prelude to a Kiss), Anthony Holds (Spamalot, Pal Joey), Ty Jones (Judgment at Nuremberg, Henry IV, Julius Caesar), Tom Nelis (The Caine Mutiny Court Martial, Aida), Jeff Skowron (The Lion King, High Society), Lusia Strus (the upcoming untitled Gus Van Sant project), Ben Hartley (Swan Lake, The Little Mermaid) and Ellyn Marie Marsh to the company.
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Review: Stargate Universe - Justice

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Review: Stargate Universe - Justice
(S01E10) "You put ordinary people under enough stress, I think you'll find they're capable of anything. - Dr. Rush

While watching this episode of Stargate Universe, I kept thinking of the "Court Martial" episode of the original Star Trek series. Captain Kirk is tried for the wrongful death of a crewmate, but Spock discovers via a 3D chess game that the computer's system has been tampered with and presents the evidence at the trial. Yes, I'm that geeky.

Ok, so that's about all these episodes have in common, and there's only so much you can do with the "trial in space" story. It boils down to the characters, and in this instance, the battle lines were drawn even further in this compelling little murder mystery.

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