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Sci-Fi Spoof Featuring 42 Star Trek Actors To Premiere This August

Sci-Fi Spoof Featuring 42 Star Trek Actors To Premiere This August
This is one for the C-movie connoisseurs among you.

For those of you who don’t know (you won’t), there’s a new sci-fi spoof on the way called Unbelievable!!!!! It stars Snoop Dogg, 42 former Star Trek actors, Michael Madsen, and a ficus on a skateboard. That ought to answer all of your questions.

In the can for what appears to have been an eternity (some of the footage dates back as far as 2013), the film does at last have a release date. I say at last, but I’m not sure it was at the top of anyone’s list of movie treasure troves. Anyway, if you’re feeling particularly trashy (there’s no shame in that), sit down for Unbelievable!!!!! in an online premiere this August 1st. The premiere will also come with a virtual convention.

Two more items on the agenda to go through. One is the trailer,
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Indie Rights Picks Up ‘Star Trek’ Parody Film ‘Unbelievable!!!!!’ Featuring Former Cast Members Plus Snoop Dogg

Indie Rights Picks Up ‘Star Trek’ Parody Film ‘Unbelievable!!!!!’ Featuring Former Cast Members Plus Snoop Dogg
Indie Rights has acquired domestic distribution rights to Unbelievable!!!!!, the Steven L. Fawcette-helmed sci-fi film that stars Snoop Dogg and over forty former Star Trek cast members from the movies and TV series. The company will also launch foreign sales at the Virtual Cannes Film Market on June 24.

The pic stars Kirk Stillwood, a puppet created by the Chiodo Brothers. It follows the crazy exploits of four off-beat astronauts (one is a marionette) who travel to the Moon on a rescue mission to determine the fate of two Space Agency comrades who have not been heard from in several days. The individuals they find at the Lunar Base are not who they appear to be and, through acts of trickery and deception, nearly succeed in killing them. Soon the astronauts find themselves trying to save the Earth from Plant Aliens!

Additional co-stars include Michael Madsen, and Gilbert Gottfried, with cameos from Robert Davi,
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‘In The Line of Duty’ VOD Review

Stars: Aaron Eckhart, Ben McKenzie, Courtney Eaton, Dina Meyer, Giancarlo Esposito, Jessica Lu, James Hutchison III | Written by Jeremy Drysdale | Directed by Steven C Miller

In 2015 Steven C. Miller, director of horror hits such as The Aggression Scale, Under the Bed and Submerged, made a move into the action genre with the Bruce Willis-featuring Extraction (the first of three film he made with Willis). He has since stuck with the genre directing films like Mararuders, Southern Fury (aka Arsenal), and Escape Plan 2 – ever so slowly working his way up the echelon of named stars. Be they in cameo roles a la Bruce Willis and Sly Stallone…

However now comes In The Line of Duty (renamed from just Line of Duty here in the UK to avoid confusion with the TV detective drama of the same name), which sees former Two-Face Aaron Eckhart in the lead role as a put-upon,
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Crisis on Infinite Earths Part 3 DC Easter Eggs Explained

Mike Cecchini Jim Dandy Dec 10, 2019

Crisis on Infinite Earths Part 3 finally reveals the fate of the Flash, the status of the DC Multiverse, and much more!

This article contains nothing but Crisis on Infinite Earths Part 3 spoilers.

Well, you certainly can’t say that Crisis on Infinite Earths is anything less than ambitious. The Flash episode of the massive Arrowverse crossover, long known as the one on which so much of this show would turn, is “Crisis on Infinite Earths Part Three” brought of the death of a Flash, the return of some fan favorites, the introduction of a character who will likely prove to be pivotal down the line, and a stunning betrayal. In other words, it’s Crisis through and through, and the stakes in the Arrowverse have never been higher.

Here’s that official synopsis in case you need a refresher, but really, this barely scratches the
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Film Review: ‘Line of Duty’

Film Review: ‘Line of Duty’
High on energy if low on credibility, “Line of Duty” stars Aaron Eckhart as a cop from Birmingham, Ala., whose day gets a lot more hectic when he’s caught up in a kidnapping whose victim is under immediate mortal threat. This latest from prolific genre helmer Stephen C. Miller is a little off-putting at times with its undercurrent of pro-police, anti-everyone-else rhetoric — though that may play well with some of the target demographic. In any case, action fans looking for a lot of forward motion could do worse than this lively, increasingly over-the-top feature-length chase. It opens Nov. 15 on U.S. screens, day-and-date with on demand.

Officer Frank Penny (Eckhart) is a street cop with a world-weary, borderline-demoralized demeanor (we don’t find out exactly why until much later), starting his day bantering with a favorite neighborhood kid (Elijah Cooper). Some blocks away, his superiors are orchestrating a trap
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Aaron Eckhart is a Rogue Cop in Action Thriller 'Line Of Duty' Trailer

"You shot the only lead that we had." Saban Films has debuted an official trailer for an indie action thriller titled Line of Duty, the latest from action director Steven C. Miller. Aaron Eckhart (who we haven't seen much recently) stars as a disgraced cop who goes rogue and finds himself in a race against time to find a kidnap victim whose abductor he accidentally killed. Also starring Courtney Eaton, Jessica Lu, Dina Meyer, with Ben McKenzie and Giancarlo Esposito. The more action movies they make, the more they start to all look the same, because they are all the same. Always about a cop or someone having to do something to rescue someone. Always. Give it a look. Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Steven C. Miller's Line of Duty, direct from Saban's YouTube: Aaron Eckhart stars as Frank Penny, a disgraced cop looking for a shot at redemption.
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Birds of Prey’s Ashley Scott will reprise Huntress role for Crisis on Infinite Earths

The Arrowverse’s Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover has just added another face from DC television’s past. TVLine reports Ashley Scott, who portrayed Huntress in the short-lived Birds of Prey series, will reprise her role for the massive CW crossover.

Birds of Prey debuted in 2002 and took place in New Gotham City, set several years after Batman seemingly abandoned his war on crime and Gotham following a fateful encounter with The Joker. Helena Kyle, aka Huntress, is the daughter of Batman and Catwoman and has metahuman abilities giving her increased strength, speed and healing. She works with Oracle, the former Batgirl Barbara Gordon who is confined to a wheelchair after getting shot by Joker, and Dinah Redmond, a telepath who is the daughter of Black Canary. Starring alongside Scott was Dina Meyer as Oracle and Rachel Skarsten as Dinah. The series ran for 13 episodes, but was cancelled due to declining ratings.
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Ashley Scott to Reprise Birds of Prey Role on Crisis On Infinite Earths

Crisis On Infinite Earths is going to be a nostalgic affair.

Another new name has been added to the cast of the 2019 Arrowverse crossover, and this one is quite the surprise.

TV Line is reporting that Ashley Scott will reprise her Huntress role from the one-and-done Birds of Prey during the five-part event.

Scott played the Helena Kyle on that series, and viewers will find out what became of the character following the conclusion of the series in 2003.

Birds of Prey was saddled with low ratings from the get-go, meaning that it did not survive beyond the initial 13 episodes ordered.

The series also starred Dina Meyer as Batgirl and Rachel Skarsten as Black Canary.

This will not be the first time the Huntress has appeared in the Arrowverse. That honor goes to Jessica De Gouw, who recurred on Arrow's first two seasons.

Related: Smallville's Tom Welling to Reprise Superman
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Crisis on Infinite Earths Adds New Atom, Birds of Prey Huntress

Jim Dandy Sep 27, 2019

A new Atom and a new show are on tap for the Crisis multiverse

The onset of autumn means several things: leaves changing, pumpkin spice everything, and a new show from the DC TV back catalogue being welded to the Arrowverse in Crisis on Infinite Earths.

The latest show to be hammered in is Birds of Prey, the 2002 one season wonder from the old WB. Ashley Scott returns as Helena Kyle, the Huntress of that show, for Crisis. Birds of Prey starred Scott as Huntress, Dina Meyer as Batgirl, and Batwoman’s Rachel Skarsten as Black Canary.

They’ll be joined by Osric Chau. Chau will not be linking his old show, Supernatural, to the crossover, though. Instead, he’s going to be playing Ryan Choi, a character who has not yet appeared in any live action DC TV show on any network. Choi is a mild-mannered professor at Ivy Town University.
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Birds of Prey's Ashley Scott Will Bring Huntress to the Arrowverse 'Crisis'

Birds of Prey's Ashley Scott Will Bring Huntress to the Arrowverse 'Crisis'
Another new name has been added to the call sheet for Arrowverse’s “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover, and it’s quite the throwback. TVLine has learned exclusively that Ashley Scott will appear in the five-part event as Huntress aka Helena Kyle, the character she played on the short-lived DC Comics drama Birds of Prey.

Premiering in 2002 on the now-shuttered WB, Birds of Prey also starred Dina Meyer as Batgirl and Rachel Skarsten (now the upcoming Batwoman‘s No. 1 baddie) as Black Canary. The series ran for 13 episodes before being cancelled due to low ratings.

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TVLine Items: My Little Pony Series Finale, All American Mom and More

My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic is coming to an end after nine seasons: The show’s 90-minute series finale will air Saturday, Oct. 12 at 8/7c on Discovery Family Channel.

Additionally, the behind-the-scenes special “A Decade of Pony” will premiere Friday, Oct. 11 at 5 pm.

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In the series ender, “a villainous alliance unleashes their unified might on Equestria, and it’s up to the Mane Six to save the kingdom,
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Saban Films acquires Us rights to Aaron Eckhart action thriller 'Line Of Duty'

Saban Films acquires Us rights to Aaron Eckhart action thriller 'Line Of Duty'
Courtney Eaton, Dina Meyer, Giancarlo Esposito and Ben McKenzie also star.

Saban Films has picked up Us rights to the Aaron Eckhart action thriller Line Of Duty, which The Solution Entertainment Group continues to represent for outstanding international territories in Toronto.

Steven C. Miller directs from a screenplay by Jeremy Drysdale about a disgraced police officer who races against time to find an imperilled kidnap victim after he accidentally kills the abductor.

Courtney Eaton, Dina Meyer, Giancarlo Esposito and Ben McKenzie also star. The Solution Entertainment Group’s Myles Nestel and Craig Chapman produced with Skip Williamson, Scott Lastaiti, Martin Sprock,
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Toronto: Saban Films Buys ‘Line of Duty’ With Aaron Eckhart

Saban Films has acquired U.S. rights to “Line of Duty,” an action thriller with Aaron Eckhart.

The film centers on a disgraced cop (Eckhart) who finds himself in a race against time to find a kidnap victim whose abductor he accidentally killed.

The thriller is directed by Steven C. Miller, who previously oversaw “Escape Plan 2: Hades,” and was written by Jeremy Drysdale (“Grand Theft Parsons”). The cast includes Courtney Eaton (“Mad Max: Fury Road”), Dina Meyer (“Starship Troopers”), as well as “Breaking Bad” Emmy nominee Giancarlo Esposito and Ben McKenzie of “The O.C.” fame.

The film was produced by The Solution Entertainment Group’s Myles Nestel and Craig Chapman, Skip Williamson, Scott Lastaiti, Martin Sprock, Tiffany Stone, Renee Tab and Christopher Tuffin.

“This fast-paced thriller is action-packed and bound to captivate audiences and keep them on their toes,” said Saban Films’ Bill Bromiley in a statement. “It’s
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Aaron Eckhart Cop Thriller ‘Line of Duty’ Acquired by Saban Films

Saban Films announced on Thursday that it has picked up U.S. rights to Steven C. Miller’s “Line of Duty,” starring Aaron Eckhart.

Line of Duty” follows a disgraced cop (Eckhart) who finds himself in a race against time to find a kidnap victim whose abductor he accidentally killed.

The action thriller was directed by Miller from a script penned by Jeremy Drysdale (“Grand Theft Parsons”). In addition to Eckhart, the film stars Giancarlo Esposito, Courtney Eaton (“Mad Max: Fury Road”), Dina Meyer and Ben McKenzie (“Gotham”).

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“This fast-paced thriller is action-packed and bound to captivate audiences and keep them on their toes,” Saban Films President Bill Bromiley said in a statement. “It’s a testament to Steven’s skills as a filmmaker and the cast, led by Aaron, give stunning performances.”

Jonathan Saba negotiated the deal
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Aaron Eckhart Cop Pic ‘Line Of Duty’ Picked Up By Saban Films, Sets November Release – Toronto

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Saban Films has taken U.S. rights to the Aaron Eckhart action thriller Line of Duty from Escape Plan 2 director Steven C. Miller.

The pic follows Eckhart as a disgraced cop who finds himself in a race against time to find a kidnap victim whose abductor he accidentally killed. The film will be receiving a November theatrical release.

Courtney Eaton (Mad Max: Fury Road), Dina Meyer (Saw), Breaking Bad Emmy nominee Giancarlo Esposito (Maze Runner franchise) and Ben McKenzie (Gotham) also star.

Line of Duty was produced by the Solution Entertainment Group’s Myles Nestel & Craig Chapman, Skip Williamson, Scott Lastaiti, Martin Sprock, Tiffany Stone, Renee Tab and Christopher Tuffin.

“This fast-paced thriller is action-packed and bound to captivate audiences and keep them on their toes,” Saban Films’ Bill Bromiley said. “It’s a testament to Steven’s skills as a filmmaker, and the cast, led by Aaron, give stunning performances.
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Toronto: Saban Films Nabs Aaron Eckhart's Action-Thriller 'Line of Duty'

Saban Films has picked up U.S. rights to the Aaron Eckhart-starring action-thriller Line of Duty.

The indie, directed by Steven C. Miller, was written by Jeremy Drysdale and also stars Courtney Eaton, Dina Meyer, Giancarlo Esposito and Ben McKenzie (Gotham). The film follows a disgraced cop (Eckhart) who finds himself in a race against time to find a kidnap victim whose abductor he accidentally killed.

With the young woman having only 80 minutes to live and a crazed killer after him, the cop has to team with an online reporter (Eaton) who wants to broadcast the chase live.

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Katie Cassidy pitched a Birds of Prey series to The CW

With Arrow drawing to a close with its upcoming eighth season, The CW has already announced plans to launch another as-yet-unrevealed Arrowverse series to air next year alongside the network’s other DC shows The Flash, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, Batwoman and Black Lightning.

As yet, there’s no word on what this mystery series might be, although Arrow star Katie Cassidy has revealed that not only would she like to see the Arrowverse’s female heroes coming together for a Birds of Prey TV series, but she’s actually pitched it to the network.

“I’ve pitched it,” the actress told Newsarama. “I think they should. It’s time for women. Come on, we’ve got this.”

Female heroes are certainly in fashion at the moment, although with Warner Bros. set to release Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) next year, one
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Batwoman Star Would Reprise Birds Of Prey Role For Crisis On Infinite Earths

At this point, it sure is becoming difficult to sum up everything cool about the upcoming “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover event. But to briefly recap the finer points, we’ll mention how both Tyler Hoechlin and Brandon Routh will suit up as different iterations of Superman, with the latter portraying the Man of Steel from the Kingdom Come timeline. And if that weren’t enough, Lamonica Garrett’s pulling double duty as the Monitor and Anti-Monitor, Elizabeth Tulloch returns as Lois Lane, Batman ’66 alum Burt Ward will show up, Black Lightning will get in on the action, and – get this – Kevin Conroy makes the leap from animation to live action as an older version of Bruce Wayne!

Though we’re not exactly sure if this next nod to DC TV’s illustrious history will play out because the producers are probably working harder to secure a Smallville alumnus of some sort,
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Jason Patric, Lou Ferrigno Jr. and Dina Meyer to Star in Landon Williams' Thriller 'Black Nightshade'

Jason Patric, Lou Ferrigno Jr. and Dina Meyer to Star in Landon Williams' Thriller 'Black Nightshade'
Filmmaker Landon Williams has found his cast for the indie feature Black Nightshade.

The film, described in a press release as "a supernatural, psychological noir thriller," is currently in production in Los Angeles with a cast that includes Jason Patric (Narc), Lou Ferrigno Jr. (Swat), Dina Meyer (Starship Troopers), Kenzie Dalton (Feud), B.J. Britt (Agents of Shield), Tim Russ (Star Trek: Voyager) and Jaime Gallagher (Dreamcatcher). Rounding out the cast are James Duval (Donnie Darko), Thyme Lewis (Days of Our Lives), Eryn Rea (Grey’s Anatomy), Madison Russ (Star Trek: Renegades), Robert H. Lambert ...
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Crypticon Minnesota 2018 Guests Include Linda Blair, Dana DeLorenzo, Lee Majors, Shawnee Smith, Casper Van Dien, and More!

This weekend, the "Nightmare Before Halloween" will take place at the 13th annual Crypticon Minnesota, featuring a wide array of special guests, amazing artists, and eerie events that are sure to get attendees into the spooky spirit of the season!

The 13th annual Crypticon Minnesota kicks off on Friday, October 26th and runs through Sunday, October 27th at the Hilton Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport Mall of America hotel in Bloomington, Mn.

Special guests this year include Linda Blair, Lee Majors, Dana DeLorenzo, Casper Van Dien, Dina Meyer, Jake Busey, Marshall Bell, Spencer Wilding, Mark Dodson, Shawnee Smith, Charles Band, Robin Sydney, Chris Mulkey, and more!

You can check out the entire schedule below (via Facebook), and to learn more about Crypticon Minnesota, be sure to visit their official website, Facebook page, and Twitter page!

Friday Night Celebrity Panels and Events

4:30 pm Early entrance is open to VIP’s

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