14 items from 2017
Stars: Graham Skipper, Chase Williamson, Brea Grant, Barbara Crampton, Matt Mercer, Justin Welborn, Jesse Merlin, Henry LeBlanc, Sara Malakul Lane, Caryn Richman | Written by Jackson Stewart, Stephen Scarlata | Directed by Jackson Stewart
Remember Atmosfear? The old Vcr-based board game? Growing up I never had that game, however burgeoning Trekker that I was (BBC 2/Channel 4 at 6pm had a Huge influence on me as a teen), I did have the Star Trek: The Next Generation video board game… Well what if those Vcr games, and games like them, were really gateways to another dimension. That’s the basic premise of Beyond the Gates.
Following the mysterious disappearance of their father, two estranged brothers – Gordon (Skipper) and John (Wiliamson) reunite to liquidate his business, a video store which (besides looking like a film-fans idea of heaven) specializes in horror films. As they dig through the stock, they unearth an old Vcr »
- Phil Wheat
Now that’s a loaded title! Perfectly designed to stand out amongst all the glowing Logan reviews in your MySpace timeline. Some will call it ‘clickbait’. Those people probably don’t understand what ‘clickbait’ is.
I write the title with a heavy heart, though. I wanted to love Logan. Everybody else seemed to. It’s a superhero Western with blood and swearing and Jean-Luc Picard. It’s like James Mangold looked up my Netflix viewing history, saw High Noon, Star Trek: The Next Generation and RuPaul’s Drag Race and thought, ‘let’s make a Wolverine solo movie specifically for this guy!’
Actually, ignore that whole RuPaul’s Drag Race part.
My reasons for not enjoying Logan are coming, but before we get there, I need to devote at least 500 words to over-establishing context. »
- Oli Davis
‘Star Trek Beyond’ (Courtesy: Paramount)
By: Carson Blackwelder
Just as the Star Wars films has been a force to be reckoned with in the best visual effects category, the Star Trek films have done the same in the best makeup and hairstyling category. Over the course of Oscar history — or at least since the addition of this award — this sci-fi franchise has amassed four nominations in this category with one of those being a win and one being up in the air this year. Let’s take a look back and see if history can help us predict how Star Trek Beyond will perform.
Before jumping into the Star Trek goodness, let’s get a little background on the best makeup and hairstyling category, shall we? The category, which features multiple stages of nominating, was first present at the 1982 ceremony with a focus on makeup and didn’t »
- Carson Blackwelder
It’s been awhile since Aram has gotten in on the action, hasn’t it?
Well, according to these photos from The Blacklist Season 4 Episode 14, the master computer whiz of the FBI team looks to be going undercover.
Plus, Liz and Ressler seem really interested in some graffiti. Maybe Banksy is the new blacklister of the week.
Either way, boot up these photos from “The Architect” for your sneak peak at the upcoming episode!
1. Red and Dembe make a grand entrance - The Blacklist Season 4 Episode 14 Red and his No. 2, Dembe, are both headed to the FBI office. Have they got a new tip on a blacklister? Maybe info on Isabella Stone? 2. Dembe pauses to check out the area - The Blacklist Season 4 Episode 14 The quiet Dembe looks all business. He could use a Highlights »
- Sean McKenna
Hatch began his career on the soap opera All My Children and later joined on The Streets of San Francisco after Michael Douglas left the show. His biggest role, however, came in 1978 as ace pilot Apollo in Battlestar Galactica. The series was about the exodus of humanity after the Cylons, a race of robots, attacked humanity to near extinction, leading them to find the mythical planet Earth for refuge. It only ran for one season, but gained a large cult following after an edited cut of the pilot hit theaters and even spawned the short-lived sequel series Galactica 1980.
Unlike most actors attached to an iconic role, Hatch never got tired of being Apollo or the Galactica fandom. Throughout his career he wrote books based in the »
- Ricky Church
Kayti Burt Feb 7, 2017
TrekNews has a fascinating article with Robert Meyer Burnett, the lead producer, editor, and writer for the special features on the Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Enterprise Blu-rays. Burnett discusses the incredible amount of work that went into those projects, as well as why he doesn't think we'll ever get a high-definition, remastered Blu-ray release for either Star Trek: Deep Space Nine or Star Trek: Voyager. Here's what he had to say...
In the interview, Burnett goes into great detail to explain why a remastering of the DS9 and Voyager episodes would take likely not sell well enough to warrant the time and money it would take to producer. His educated estimate? Remastering both series into HD would cost roughly $40 million. »
Are you a fan of Star Trek: The Next Generation? Recently, Jonathan Frakes spoke about his time filming the classic TV series, CBC reports.Frakes played Commander William Riker on the sci-fi show, which also starred Patrick Stewart, LeVar Burton, Denise Crosby, Michael Dorn, and Brent Spiner. Star Trek: The Next Generation ran for seven seasons before ending in 1994.Read More… »
CBS recently announced that Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager were going to be reissued on DVD, leaving many fans to wonder why these shows wouldn’t join the original Star Trek, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Star Trek: Enterprise on Blu-ray. Unfortunately, there isn’t a simple answer to this question and […]
The post Why ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ & ‘Voyager’ Won’t Be Released in HD or on Blu-ray appeared first on /Film. »
- Jacob Hall
Starz released news today about the casting of two more roles for Outlander Season 3.
A Chinese man with a deep knowledge of Eastern medicine, Mr. Willoughby is a talented poet in exile, with an even deeper love of women.
Willoughby, a confidante of Jamie Fraser, speaks English well, but hides it when it suits him. He is even more of an outsider than Claire in 18th century Scotland.
Young most recently appeared in the Netflix feature Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny and the Australian miniseries Secret City.
- Carissa Pavlica
Rob Leane Jan 24, 2017
Chatting to The Sun (with Digital Spy reporting the print interview for fans online), Goldberg enthused about modern telly, saying, "You have a different quality now on television. The way you guys [Brits] have always done shows has always been the smartest and we’ve finally just figured it out.”
Ah, Sir Patrick Stewart! One of the world’s most adored and venerated actors, renowned for his work of the stage as Macbeth, the small screen as the noble Jean Luc Picard in Star Trek: The Next Generation, and in the cinema as the wise and powerful Professor X in the X-Men franchise. But the acting world is not so easily conquered, and in order to make it to the top you have to bare your soul, and... Read More »
- Matt Rooney
After what has felt like years of breathless anticipation, Sony Animation has finally—finally—revealed who is playing the all-important role of the poop emoji in its upcoming emoji movie, The Emoji Movie. According to a post on Twitter, it will be none other than beloved Star Trek: The Next Generation, X-Men, and American Dad star Sir Patrick Stewart.
He ain’t no »
- Sam Barsanti
Sony recently released the first teaser trailer for The Emoji Movie, which is slated to come out later this year. While the reaction from many people online seemed to be that the movie is largely unnecessary, perhaps the cast may be able to change everyone's minds. As hard as it may be to believe, the studio has tapped Sir Patrick Stewart to voice the poop emoji in The Emoji Movie.
Sony made the announcement during a big event they held today called Sony Animation Day. The official Sony Pictures Twitter account made the news public, saying that Patrick Stewart would be voicing the character, simply named Poop. That may not make the prospect of The Emoji Movie as a whole seem more appealing, but the idea of hearing such a distinguished actor voicing an expressive pile of poop is definitely something to grab onto. Aside from his work as Professor »
Sir Patrick Stewart just landed a literal shit role: The dignified actor, best known for his trademark work in Star Trek: The Next Generation and the X-Men franchise, scooped up the part of Poop in the upcoming Emoji Movie, Sony Pictures announced Wednesday.
The company revealed the casting via Twitter, writing, "So excited to announce the distinguished @SirPatStew as Poop in the #EmojiMovie," along with a picture of Stewart's character, a charming pile of feces wearing a bow-tie.
He ain’t no »
14 items from 2017
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