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William Shatner, Karl Urban, Alan Tudyk, Alex Kingston, Jack Gleeson, and Charlie Cox lead a long list of television and movie stars coming to Atlanta to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Dragon Con, Atlanta’s internationally known pop culture, fantasy, science fiction, and gaming convention.
Brian Henson, puppeteer and son of the late Jim Henson, will be among the top puppetry guests. Henson will talk about the 30th anniversary ofLabyrinth, the fantasy movie featuring David Bowie, Jennifer Connolly, and a large cast of Jim Henson’s creations. »
- Michael Connally
I don’t recall ever hearing an Australian accent on the U.S.S. Enterprise, which you would expect if crew members are hailing from all over planet Earth. So that’s a nice touch. And of course that Aussie crew member here is played by Farscape’s Gigi Edgley, for that extra geek kick.
Catch up with Episodes 1 and 2, Episode 3, Episode 4, and Episode 5.
- MaryAnn Johanson
Tomorrow When the War Began, the series based on John Marsden's novels, premieres April 23 at 7:30pm on ABC3.
The six-part adventure series tells the story of a group of young Australian friends on the run from a foreign invasion force.
The unsuspecting Australian military is quickly overwhelmed and none of Australia.s allies are willing to risk possible nuclear war to come to our aid.
Veterans Sibylla Budd, Deborah Mailman, James Stewart and Alison Bell are joined by relative newcomers Molly Daniels, Narek Arman, Jon Prasida, Madeleine Clunies-Ross, Madeleine Madden, Andrew Creer, Fantine Banulski and Keith Purcell.
- Staff Writer
Enjoy the clean, pretty state of affairs in TVLine’s exclusive Containment cast photo, because things definitely aren’t going to stay that way behind that quarantine fence in the bloody CW series.
Premiering after The Flash on Tuesday, April 19, executive producer Julie Plec’s intense medical thriller explores what happens when an extremely deadly epidemic breaks out in Atlanta, isolating half of the ensemble (seen below) from the rest of the city. In the process, lovers are separated, a conspiracy is born and Kai from Vampire Diaries trades magic for anger issues. »
After a strong start, 10 seasons and multiple spin-offs took Stargate Sg-1 further and further away from its original premise...
I’ve recently had time to catch-up on the staple of afternoon television when I was a lad, Stargate Sg-1. First launched in 1997, it ran for ten seasons and it’s aged surprisingly well, in no small part due to it being heavily character-driven and fairly horror-focussed for its first two runs. This is most likely thanks to its first five seasons airing on sex-and-guts cable channel Showtime, while its later seasons aired the more clean-cut Syfy channel in the Us. All in all, it’s rip-roaring sci-fi; the kind of ‘explore and fight with interesting plots and great character arcs’ storytelling that filled the void left by successive Star Trek series which never quite captured the wonder of the unknown in the way that the Original Series or The Next Generation did. »
WestEnd Films have acquired worldwide rights and are currently shopping the film at Berlin's Efm.
Set in 1975, Flammable Children begins with a 200-ton blue whale getting washed up on the local beach. The local kids think it.s the biggest thing ever. Behind closed doors, their mums and dads celebrate in their own special way - by joining the sexual revolution and throwing a wife-swapping key party. It.s all about to go spectacularly wrong..
According to Variety, the film will »
- Harry Windsor
6 items from 2016
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