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President Obama’s Favorite Movies and TV Shows in Office (Photos)

23 minutes ago | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

President Barack Obama’s favorite movies and TV shows run the gamut from “The Wire” to “The Godfather” to “Game of Thrones” to “Star Trek” — and he’s kind of a sci-fi nerd, in the best way. President Obama is the first Pop Culture President. He’s got eclectic, at times even hipster-like, taste in movies, music and TV. We’ll overlook his mom jeans because he’s not afraid to hurl a diss at Drake in favor of Kendrick. And while his reading list this week with the New York Times is all well and good, we’d much rather binge watch his other. »

- Brian Welk

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NCIS: Los Angeles Star Miguel Ferrer Dies at 61

1 hour ago | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Miguel Ferrer, an actor whose face you always recognize but don’t always know the name, died today.  He was only 61.  While many know Ferrer for his more recent roles on NCIS: Los Angeles as Owen Granger and “Crossing Jordan,” Ferrer has been around Hollywood dating back to the 80s. Ferrer launched his career in the early 1980s with small guest shots on such series as Magnum, P.I., CHiPS and Cagney & Lacey and features including Heartbreaker, RoboCop, The Man Who Wasn’t There and Star Trek: III: The Search for Spock. He would go on to focus mostly on TV throughout

NCIS: Los Angeles Star Miguel Ferrer Dies at 61 »

- Nat Berman

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Alamo Drafthouse & Mondo to Kick Off Year-Long Celebration of Stanley Kubrick with A Clockwork Orange Apparel & Screenings

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Open your eyes wide and get ready to celebrate one of the most renowned filmmakers of our time, because Alamo Drafthouse and Mondo have teamed up for a year-long celebration of Stanley Kubrick that will feature special screenings and new apparel based on his films, beginning with A Clockwork Orange on February 21st.

In addition to A Clockwork Orange, Alamo Drafthouse and Mondo will pay tribute to 2001: A Space Odyssey, Full Metal Jacket, and The Shining—one film for each quarter of the year.

Below, you can check out the special video announcement, get a look at the new A Clockwork Orange shirt, and read the press release with full details:

Press Release: Austin, TX – January 19, 2017 – Viddy well, droogs, astronauts, marines and hotel managers, viddy well! Alamo Drafthouse and Mondo are proud to announce an epic homage to filmmaker Stanley Kubrick with a series of screenings and officially licensed »

- Derek Anderson

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See Ya, TCA: 9 Things We Learned and 9 Things No One Knows

23 hours ago | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Gus is back. So are Will, Grace, Karen and Jack. Oh, and “This Is Us” fans — your favorite new show is going to stick around for a while. Those are just some of the takeaways from the just-wrapped Television Critics Association press tour, the biannual junket for TV reporters where networks preview the coming months. But we didn’t learn everything we want to know about the small screen in 2017: Like, when the hell is “Star Trek” going to actually premiere? And DC Comics, are you hiding something? Here are some of the things we learned at TCA, and things we still. »

- Tony Maglio

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Star Trek: Discovery: Delayed; James Frain to Star as Classic Series Character

23 hours ago | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

We've got some good news and some bad news, Trekkers. In good news, James Frain is joining the season one cast of the Star Trek: Discovery TV show, as Spock's father, Sarek. Mark Lenard, Jonathan Simpson, and Ben Cross have previously played the Vulcan character. Learn more from CBS All Access, after the jump.As for that bad news: it seems possible fans will have to wait even longer to watch the first season of Star Trek: Discovery. Although CBS has not confirmed a delay, the network has reportedly released a statement (which is not currently on its press site), about being flexible on the series premiere date.Read More… »

- TVSeriesFinale.com

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The Emoji Movie Fills Out Voice Cast With Patrick Stewart, Jennifer Coolidge And More

18 January 2017 1:52 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Throughout his decorated career, Sir Patrick Stewart has amassed a collection of truly memorable roles. We’ve had the great Professor X – a role that Stewart will soon reprise for James Mangold’s LoganStar Trek‘s Jean-Luc Picard and, more recently, Darcy Banker, the neo-Nazi skinhead seen in Jeremy Saulnier’s excellent Green Room. But in 2017, Stewart will lend his voice to Sony’s Emoji Movie.

He’ll play Poop – no, really – and we understand that Stewart has climbed on board alongside a whole host of newcomers including Jennifer Coolidge, Bridesmaids alum Maya Rudolph as Smiler, and Jake T. Austin as the human character of Sony’s twee animation. Anthony Leondis is at the helm for The Emoji Movie, which largely centers around Gene (Deadpool’s T.J. Miller), a sprightly symbol who has essentially been rendered the outcast of Textopolis after displaying more than one emotion. In order to course-correct his internal code, »

- Michael Briers

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Supercut Guru Kogonada: How He Leapt from Small Screens to Sundance Next with the Mysterious ‘Columbus’

18 January 2017 12:35 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

John Cho won’t let me off the phone until he gets something off his chest.

Contemplative, sincere, and self-effacing throughout our conversation, the actor’s voice assumes a sudden urgency as he searches for the right way to express something clearly very important to him. Best known for his roles in cultural touchstones like the “Harold and Kumar” saga and the recent hat trick of “Star Trek” movies, Cho has spent the last 24 hours thinking about a tiny independent film he starred in last summer and how best to describe its unique creator to the press. “This isn’t a problem I’ve ever had before,” he says with a clumsy note of wonder in his voice.

“The word ‘artist’ gets battered around a lot in this industry, and it can sometimes be derogatory; it can be code for ‘not commerce,’” he said. “And I want you to know »

- David Ehrlich

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James Frain Climbs Aboard Star Trek: Discovery As CBS Delays Premiere (Again)

18 January 2017 11:48 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Star Trek: Discovery may have cast James Frain in the role of Spock’s father, Sarek, but CBS’ small-screen reboot isn’t ready to leave the docking bay just yet.

Originally slated to debut in February 2017, before being pushed back to May following the departure of showrunner Bryan Fuller, the CBS All Access series is now without a premiere date at the time of writing, something the network attributes to the show’s “ambitious” nature.

Here’s the official statement:

“Production on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ begins next week. We love the cast, the scripts and are excited about the world the producers have created. This is an ambitious project; we will be flexible on a launch date if it’s best for the show. We’ve said from the beginning it’s more important to do this right than to do it fast. There is also added flexibility presenting on CBS All Access, »

- Michael Briers

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'Star Trek: Discovery' Casts Spock’s Father, Premiere Date in Flux

18 January 2017 11:31 AM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Star Trek: Discovery has found Spock’s father.

True Blood alum James Frain has been cast in the role of Sarek in the upcoming CBS All Access series, CBS Television Studios announced Wednesday. The character of Sarek has made several appearances throughout the Star Trek franchise over the last five decades.

The official premiere for Discovery, which was originally pushed from a January launch to May, remains in flux. It is unclear at this time if the debut will be pushed a second time.

Related: 'Star Trek: Discovery' Creator Reveals Major Clues to Series' Plot

"Production on Star Trek: Discovery begins next week,” read a joint statement from CBS TV Studios and CBS All Access to Et. “We love the cast, the scripts and are excited about the world the producers have created.”

“This is an ambitious project; we will be flexible on a launch date if it's best for the show,” the statement »

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Maya Rudolph Set for Sony’s ‘Emoji Movie’

18 January 2017 10:30 AM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Maya Rudolph will play Smiler in Sony’s “Emoji Movie,” joining “Office Christmas Party” star T.J. Miller and “Star Trek” icon Patrick Stewart in the animated comedy. Stewart was thought to have provided the voice of the Poop emoji in an earlier trailer, and that casting was also confirmed on Wednesday. Miller stars as Gene, the only emoji in Textopolis capable of multiple facial expressions. In a bid to become “normal,” he teams up with best friend Hi-5 and “talented code breaker” Jailbreak as they travel through the world of apps to find the elusive code that will make Gene like the. »

- Matt Pressberg and Beatrice Verhoeven

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Star Trek: Discovery adds James Frain as Spock’s father, premiere date delayed

18 January 2017 10:30 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

CBS’ upcoming new series Star Trek: Discovery has added a new member to its cast, this time in the form of a previously-established character in the Star Trek canon: Sarek, the father of the U.S.S. Enterprise’s famous Vulcan science officer, Mr. Spock.

According to EW, Sarek will be played by character actor James Frain, known best for his roles in television series like Orphan Black, Gotham, True Blood, and True Detective. There’s no word yet on how Sarek will factor into Star Trek: Discovery, though he’s cited as having a “key role.” We know that he’s not a member of Starfleet, instead acting as the Vulcan ambassador to the United Federation of Planets, so perhaps the Discovery crew spends some extensive time dealing with the famous alien species. The role of Sarek has been played previously by three actors: Mark Lenard, Jonathan Simpson, and Ben Cross. »

- James Garcia

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Premiere May Be Delayed; James Frain Cast As Spock’s Father

18 January 2017 10:28 AM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

There may be a delay in the scheduled May launch of Star Trek: Discovery, the upcoming new series for CBS All Access, CBS' live streaming and VOD service. The news came as the casting of James Frain (Orphan Black) was announced as Spock's father, Sarek. First introduced in the original Star Trek, Sarek has made multiple appearances throughout the franchise over the last five decades. “Production on Star Trek: Discovery begins next week,” CBS said in a statement. “We love… »

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Star Trek: Discovery Casts True Blood's James Frain as Spock's Father

18 January 2017 10:15 AM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Here’s a piece of casting that’s sure to prick up your ears: Star Trek: Discovery has tapped True Blood’s James Frain to play Spock’s father Sarek.

First introduced in the original Star Trek, Sarek has made a handful of appearances throughout the franchise over the last five decades.

At the Television Critics Association press tour in August, the CBS All Access series’ then-showrunner Bryan Fuller said the 13-episode first season would “bridge the gap between Enterprise and the original series” and would deal with an incident in Starfleet history “that had been talked about but never fully explored. »

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Supergirl: Kevin Smith Gives Us A Picture Of A New Alien Race

18 January 2017 9:43 AM, PST | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Oh yeah! Just one more week until the CW superhero shows start returning from their mid-season break, giving us some fun shows to add to the dismal viewing available now. In fact, all I have to watch now is Taboo, The Blacklist, Vikings, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Gotham (I do not even want to talk about that return, and am curious if I will stick with it), and Homeland. So adding four series will be much needed for my entertainment world.

Supergirl has it's ups and downs, and while I loved the first season, I am nervous about the adding of a large superhero team, like the other CW shows do. We now have Superman, Mon-El, Kryptonite-Suit Alex Danvers, Jionn J'onzz in a more prolific role with his powers, James Olsen as The Guardian, and M'gann M'orzz will make an appearance next week. I liked Supergirl much better when it was just her, »

- Drew Carlton

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Museum of Pop Culture Exhibit to Honor New Science Fiction & Fantasy Hall of Fame Inductees

18 January 2017 9:40 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Inspiring generations with their uncanny abilities to bring us closer to the great wonders (and horrors) of this universe, Guillermo del Toro and H.P. Lovecraft are among the group of creators and works being inducted this year into the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame, which will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a new exhibit at the Museum of Pop Culture.

Press Release: Seattle – The Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) announced a new exhibition commemorating the 20th anniversary Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame and named the new inductees for 2016. The Hall of Fame honors the lives, work, and ongoing legacies of science fiction and fantasy’s greatest creators, and as the program marks its 20th year, it has expanded eligibility to recognize the genre’s most impactful creations. For the 2016 year, the Hall of Fame will induct Star Trek, Blade Runner, and authors Terry Pratchett and Douglas Adams. »

- Derek Anderson

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Gotham's James Frain Joins The Cast Of Star Trek: Discovery As Spock's Father Sarek

18 January 2017 9:22 AM, PST | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

It looks like we're going to have to wait a bit longer for CBS All-Access' Star Trek Discovery, as EW reports that the show will no longer make its planned May premiere date. The main reason seems to be a scheduling conflict for lead actress Sonequa Martin-Green, who will be shooting The Walking Dead right up until April. CBS Television Studios issued the following statement: “Production on Star Trek: Discovery begins next week. We love the cast, the scripts and are excited about the world the producers have created. This is an ambitious project; we will be flexible on a launch date if it’s best for the show. We’ve said from the beginning it’s more important to do this right than to do it fast. There is also added flexibility presenting on CBS All Access, which isn’t beholden to seasonal premieres or launch windows.” It's not all bad news though. »

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Criminal Minds First Look: Jane Lynch Returns for 'Intense' Reid Storyline

18 January 2017 7:30 AM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

When CBS’ Criminal Minds resumes Season 12 on Wednesday, Feb. 1, a familiar face will at long last resurface — Jane Lynch, playing Spencer Reid’s mother Diana, as seen in this exclusive first photo.

RelatedCriminal Minds Boss Opens Up About Writing Thomas Gibson’s Exit Story, and the Cast Change She Didn’t Expect

The first of Lynch’s multiple upcoming appearances “kind of resets for us where Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) is with is with his mom and her struggle,” showrunner Erica Messer tells TVLine. (After being admitted to a groundbreaking Alzheimer’s treatment study, Diana was recently found wandering in a Vegas casino, »

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‘Six’ Review: History Channel Navy Seal Series Wastes Walton Goggins in Formulaic War Story

18 January 2017 6:00 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

During the third episode of “Six,” History’s new original series about a fictionalized group of Navy SEALs that run missions “inspired by” real operations, a captured ex-seal played by Walton Goggins sits in captivity with a Nigerian teacher and her students. He tries to bond with the teacher — in order to recruit her for an escape plan — and comfort her after she was sexually assaulted by a guard. But she’s suspicious of the American military, and tells him how ashamed her family will be of her if she ever sees them again.

“You were raped,” says Richard “Rip” Taggert (Goggins).

“Father will say I should’ve married, to be under a man’s protection,” she replies. “You don’t understand.”

“No, I don’t understand,” Rip says. “I will never understand that.”

The problem here doesn’t lie in the fact that “Six” fails to understand similar ideas of cultural disparity, »

- Ben Travers

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‘Six’ Review: History Channel Navy Seal Series Wastes Walton Goggins in Formulaic War Story

18 January 2017 6:00 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

During the third episode of “Six,” History’s new original series about a fictionalized group of Navy SEALs that run missions “inspired by” real operations, a captured ex-seal played by Walton Goggins sits in captivity with a Nigerian teacher and her students. He tries to bond with the teacher — in order to recruit her for an escape plan — and comfort her after she was sexually assaulted by a guard. But she’s suspicious of the American military, and tells him how ashamed her family will be of her if she ever sees them again.

“You were raped,” says Richard “Rip” Taggert (Goggins).

“Father will say I should’ve married, to be under a man’s protection,” she replies. “You don’t understand.”

“No, I don’t understand,” Rip says. “I will never understand that.”

The problem here doesn’t lie in the fact that “Six” fails to understand similar ideas of cultural disparity, »

- Ben Travers

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Comic Book Review – Star Trek: Waypoint #3

18 January 2017 3:35 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Villordsutch reviews Star Trek: Waypoint #3…

Star Trek: Deep Space 9 and Star Trek: Voyager return to comics! In Castellucci’s, “Mother’s Walk,” major Kira confronts how she can perform a mandatory, ancient Bajoran pilgrimage when so many family members, needed for the rite, are dead. Who can she turn to? And in Scott’s “The Wildman Maneuver,” an unlikely member of the Voyager crew “saves” the ship!

See Also: Check out a preview of Star Trek: Waypoint #3 here

Stepping into our third release of Star Trek: Waypoint and our initial cover from Daniel Warren Johnson greets us with the crew of the U.S.S. Voyager under attack and a Type-9 shuttle aflame, and its the tease of a great story in amongst the pages.  There may be a number of you snorting at the idea of a “great story” being attached to Voyager, but I’m telling you, »

- Villordsutch

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