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“This Is Us” breakout Chrissy Metz has signed on to star in TV vet Roxann Dawson’s feature directorial debut. Entertainment Weekly reports that the two are teaming up for Fox 2000’s “The Impossible,” an adaptation of Joyce Smith’s 2017 non-fiction book “The Impossible: The Miraculous Story of a Mother’s Faith and Her Child’s Resurrection.”
Slated to begin production in March, the faith-based story sees Metz playing Joyce, a woman whose teen son nearly died after falling through ice on a frozen lake in Missouri. He was lifeless in a hospital for an hour before his heart resumed beating.
“The Impossible” marks Metz’s first leading role in a film. She’s received an Emmy nomination and two Golden Globe nods for her portrayal of Kate Pearson in “This Is Us.” The “American Horror Story” alumna’s memoir, “ This Is
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Tarantino and J.J. Abrams will produce and Tarantino may direct. Abrams will produce through his Paramount-based Bad Robot Productions. News of the duo working on the R-rated project first emerged on Dec. 4. Details of the plot have remained under wraps.
Smith teamed with director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu on the script for “The Revenant.” Paramount is in post-production on World War II thriller “Overlord,” which Smith co-wrote with Billy Ray and Abrams produced. “Overlord” opens on Oct. 26.
Paramount has released 13 “Star Trek” movies since 1979’s “Star Trek: The Motion Picture.” The studio rebooted the franchise in 2009 with Abrams directing “Star Trek” and “Star Trek: Into Darkness” in 2013 before moving to 2015’s “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” Justin Lin directed “Star Trek Beyond” in 2016.
Tarantino is a fan of the original “Star Trek” TV series
The untitled sci-fi project is created and written by Moore (Battlestar Galactica, Outlander), along with Fargo co-executive producers Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi. The show will explore what would have happened if the global space race had never ended.
Moore is a very talented TV writer. He started his career in the space genre with stints on three Star Trek series (The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and Voyager), before he created the acclaimed Battlestar Galactica reboot.
It was enough to inspire a harsh review when the show premiered. But while the problems with those early episodes were numerous, some of them could be attributed to the sort of stumbles that occur at the beginning of any new series.
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After seeing the full first season, there’s no denying that there
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Star Trek: Waypoint features crews and characters from Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Enterprise, and more, in exciting stories envisioned by top-tier talent.
Creators putting their unique spin on the beloved franchise include Donny Cates (Dr. Strange), Gabriel Hardman (Green Lantern: Earth One), Cecil Castellucci (Shade, the Changing Girl), Sam Maggs (Secret Loves of Geek Girls), Mack Chater (Black Panther and The Crew), Megan Levens (Star Trek: Boldly Go), Cavan Scott (Star Wars Adventures), Rachel Stott (Star Trek/Planet of the Apes), Josh Hood (We Can Never Go Home), Simon Roy (Prophet), Mairghread Scott
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Gear up for the occasion by scouting out the best movies available during Thanksgiving day and all through the weekend. Whether it’s a favorite movie from childhood or a marathon of your favorite show, here’s the complete list of all the best Thanksgiving programming for 2017.
Throwback Thanksgiving Marathon, VH1
When: Thursday, Nov. 23 until Sunday, Nov. 26
What: Throughout Thanksgiving weekend, VH1 will be showing classic throwbacks like “Dazed and Confused” and “Coming to America,” and “Space Jam.” The network will be playing the nostalgia game hard, so you’re bound to catch one of your favorites. Save room in your schedule for “Grease,” “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” and “Pretty Woman.
Star Trek Discovery signs off for its winter hiatus with an episode that has it all. Spoilers ahead in our review...
This review contains spoilers.
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1.9 Into The Forest I Go
Well, I think it’s fair to say that Discovery has completely found its feet. This episode had it all: character drama, plot twists, the rich tapestry of all human life on display, and a space ship blowing the hell up. Tng took three seasons to put my heart in my throat during an action sequence. Disco has done it after fewer than ten episodes.
At this point, I feel naught but pity for Trek fans who can’t engage with the show, because they’re missing out on a great experience: a progressive and optimistic show, but one which is also nuanced and subtle. Complaints
“Star Trek: Discovery” fans thrown off guard by the midseason finale’s ending, guess what? That was the plan. According to showrunners Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts, that’s exactly what they wanted.
“Every couple of episodes, right around the time the audience feels like, ‘Oh, I know what you’re doing,’ we switch it up,” Berg told IndieWire. “It became a natural rhythm for the show, and it makes it really fun for us, the writers, everybody, really. Because it’s a way to keep it lively.”
The final moments of Episode 9, “Into the Forest I Go,” find the Discovery lost in unknown territory following a massive malfunction with the ship’s spore drive. “It felt like a great place to end the first half of the season, too,” Harberts said. “We had a lot of fun tracking the debate that the fans are having about where they think
With the Klingons heading for the planet Pahvo, Captain Lorca is ordered to retreat to keep the Discovery‘s spore drive safe. But Lorca doesn’t want to leave the poor Pahvans helpless, so he agrees to head back to the starbase, but uses the ship’s warp drive rather than the spore drive, which gives them a couple hours to figure out the Klingons’ cloaking technology. Burnham finds a flaw in
The following piece does not technically contain spoilers. But it is going to acknowledge an ongoing fan theory that you may or may not want to engage with, because — if it turns out to be true — it’s likely to be a major twist that’s revealed in the next episode of “Star Trek: Discovery,” given that it’s the mid-season finale and a big confrontation with the Klingons is coming. So, stop reading now or…
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Nearly any child of the ’80s and ’90s will fondly remember, as a part of their youth, watching cartoons. And for boys, there was a lot of fun to be had in identifying with certain characters. You could be a “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” fan, but more intellectual types might consider themselves to be Donatello, while a more rebellious boy might prefer to don the red eye mask of Raphael.
Meanwhile, if you were a girl
Following news of its second season renewal and a December UK start date, here's why Star Trek fans might enjoy The Orville...
Let’s get one thing out of the way straight off the bat: this article is in no way a suggestion that Star Trek fans should watch The Orville instead of Star Trek: Discovery. Discovery is a great show – it features well-acted, compelling characters, an interesting arc plot, great visuals, really gorgeous ships and uniforms and Doug Jones actually getting to speak. We can assure you from personal experience that it is entirely possible to watch both Discovery and The Orville and enjoy both for different reasons.
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But this article is not about Discovery – though the comparison is inevitable – it is about The Orville. The first
Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters follows high school student Jake Armstrong and his two best friends Nathan Park and Ricardo Perez who are accidentally exposed to an experimental chemical that forever changes their seemingly normal lives, transforming them into unlikely heroes who embark on a series of adventures.
Take a look at the trailer here…
Featuring in the cast of Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters are Scott Menville (Teen Titans Go!, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) as Jake Armstrong/Stretch, Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead, Okja) as Nathan Park/Wingspan, Ogie Banks (Ultimate Spider-Man) as Ricardo Perez / Omni-Mass, Wil Wheaton (Teen Titans Go!, Star Trek: The Next Generation) as Rook, Felicia Day (The Guild, Supernatural) as Erika, Keith David (Adventure Time, Rick and Morty) as Kane,
The story follows a high school student named Jake Armstrong and his two best friends Nathan Park and Ricardo Perez and they are accidentally exposed to an experimental chemical that forever changes their lives. They are transformed into unlikely heroes who embark on a series of adventures.
Stephen Davis, Chief Content Officer and Executive Vice President, Hasbro Inc. previously had this to say in a statement:
“Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters is the first Hasbro brand to receive a Netflix original series order. We have been waiting for just
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