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Anton Yelchin's Parents Settle Lawsuit With Automaker

Anton Yelchin's Parents Settle Lawsuit With Automaker
Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin's parents have settled their wrongful death and product liability lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler, the makers of the Jeep Grand Cherokee involved in their son's death in 2016. Yelchin was crushed by the SUV while he was in his driveway.

According to the Associated Press, the settlement between Victor and Irina Yelchin and the automaker was filed this week in Los Angeles Superior Court. The terms of the settlement were not disclosed.

"Fca Us is pleased that we've reached an amicable resolution in this matter," Fiat Chrysler said in a statement.
See full article at Rolling Stone »

Zachary Quinto to Host, Executive Produce Unscripted Series ‘In Search Of’ for History

Zachary Quinto to Host, Executive Produce Unscripted Series ‘In Search Of’ for History
History has greenlit the unscripted series “In Search Of” with Zachary Quinto attached as host and executive producer, the cable network announced Tuesday.

Inspired by the iconic 1970s series of the same name, the show will examine unexplained phenomena from all over the world. Each episode will follow Quinto as he investigates a different subject within a dynamic theme – such as alien encounters, mysterious creatures, UFO sightings, time travel and artificial intelligence – and searches for the truth to some of the world’s greatest mysteries. The original “In Search Of” series aired from 1977-1982 and was hosted by Rod Serling and later by Leonard Nimoy following Serling’s death. Ironically, one of Quinto’s most famous roles is playing the younger version of Spock–a character made famous by Nimoy–in the new “Star Trek” film franchise.

“I am so excited to be reimagining ‘In Search Of’ and exploring new questions and phenomena with all of the
See full article at Variety - TV News »

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle movie review: jungle feeble

MaryAnn’s quick take… Culturally clueless cinematic vomit, a cynical undertaking embracing the most diminishing clichés it can apply to its characters. Low stakes, and low humor. I’m “biast” (pro): big fan of Dwayne Johnson, occasion fan of Jack Black

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

More than 20 years after 1995’s Jumanji — the family adventure film about a couple of kids who get sucked into an ancient board game and have to play it to completion to escape — the sequel has arrived… and this time, it’s all about hapless teens who get sucked into a videogame and have to play it to completion to escape. Was anyone demanding a second go at Jumanji? Zathura, the 2005 “spiritual sequel” — which, to be fair, does sound more like marketing baloney than anything else — was a flop. And, to be “fair” to Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,
See full article at FlickFilosopher »

Preview of Star Trek: New Visions: The Hunger

John Byrne’s Star Trek: New Visions: The Hunger hits comic book stores on Wednesday, and we have a preview for you here courtesy of Idw publishing; check it out…

For thousands of years, it had drifted above the outer rim of the Galaxy, draining life from all the worlds it found there. Now, it has learned of the banquet of populous planets near the heart of the Milky Way, and is heading there at terrifying speed—with only the Enterprise standing in its way.

Star Trek: New Visions: The Hunger is out on December 20th, priced $7.99.

The post Preview of Star Trek: New Visions: The Hunger appeared first on Flickering Myth.
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The TV Show William Shatner Gets Recognized from May Surprise You

The TV Show William Shatner Gets Recognized from May Surprise You
William Shatner is excited for fans to see him set out on another adventure with his Better Late Than Never costars.

The former Star Trek star says he had a blast traveling the world with Terry Bradshaw, George Foreman, Henry Winkler and Jeff Dye for season 2 of their NBC adventure docuseries.

“Each of us are fully drawn characters: the great jock, the silent-but-wise boxer, the wonderfully comic spirit, the rising comedian —and then , an older gentleman doddering along,” Shatner, 86, says in the current issue of People.

The actor says there are a lot of great adventures in store for season
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Patrick Stewart Wants In On Quentin Tarantino’s R-Rated Star Trek Movie

Recently, Patrick Stewart expressed an interest in participating in an upcoming Star Trek movie that is being developed by Quentin Tarantino. This is huge because Stewart played Captain Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek: The Next Generation, who remains one of the most beloved characters from the long-running sci-fi franchise even now. As a result, there has long been fan interest in seeing Stewart return to the Star Trek franchise, meaning that for a fair number of people, this sounds like a dream coming true for them. As for why Stewart is interested in Tarantino’s upcoming Star Trek movie, well, the

Patrick Stewart Wants In On Quentin Tarantino’s R-Rated Star Trek Movie
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Apple Orders a Sci-Fi Space Series by Battlestar Galactica Developer Ronald D. Moore

Ronald D. Moore is taking another show to space. Deadline reports that Apple has ordered the drama straight-to-series. This is is the third original scripted series ordered by Apple. 

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. 
See full article at GeekTyrant »

Athena Film Festival: J.J. Abrams to Receive Leading Man Award

Writer/director/producer J.J. Abrams will be recognized for his ongoing support and advocacy of women in the entertainment industry with the 2018 leading man award at the female-focused Athena Film Festival, it was announced Monday.

The Star Wars and Star Trek director, who will write and direct the upcoming Star Wars: Episode IX, broke through when he created female-focused TV series Felicity and Alias.

Abrams "has been championing women in the industry throughout his entire career, and through his leadership has continued to push the gender equality conversation,” Athena co-founder Melissa Silverstein said in a statement.

Co-founder Kathryn Kolbert added, “At...
See full article at The Hollywood Reporter - TV News »

Athena Film Festival: J.J. Abrams to Receive Leading Man Award

Athena Film Festival: J.J. Abrams to Receive Leading Man Award
Writer/director/producer J.J. Abrams will be recognized for his ongoing support and advocacy of women in the entertainment industry with the 2018 leading man award at the female-focused Athena Film Festival, it was announced Monday.

The Star Wars and Star Trek director, who will write and direct the upcoming Star Wars: Episode IX, broke through when he created female-focused TV series Felicity and Alias.

Abrams "has been championing women in the industry throughout his entire career, and through his leadership has continued to push the gender equality conversation,” Athena co-founder Melissa Silverstein said in a statement.

Co-founder Kathryn Kolbert added, “At...
See full article at The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News »

J.J. Abrams to Receive Athena Film Fest’s 2018 Leading Man Award

Abrams on “Conan

The Athena Film Festival has named director, producer, and writer J.J. Abrams its Leading Man. Abrams will receive the fest’s 2018 Athena Leading Man Award in honor of his “extraordinary career and continued support and advocacy of women in the entertainment industry,” a press release has announced.

With the female protagonists of his shows “Felicity” and “Alias” and his casting of Daisy Ridley as the central character of the new “Star Wars” trilogy, Abrams has long been a champion of women in entertainment. He’s also been an ally for women behind the camera.

“I am deeply humbled to be recognized by the Athena Film Festival. Any good I’ve done has been achieved because I have worked alongside women, and I share my gratitude with all of them for being honored with this award,” Abrams stated.

Abrams directed box office sensation “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,
See full article at Women and Hollywood »

There's a Petition For Disney To Remove Star Wars: The Last Jedi From the Official Canon

"This is not going to end the way you think." 

The latest chapter in the Star Wars Saga is already off to an impressive opening weekend at the box office, becoming the fourth film in domestic box office history to make over $200 million in its first weekend. But despite the financial success, Star Wars: The Last Jedi is causing a "disturbance in the force" among Star Wars fans. Fans seem to be polarized on their opinions of Rian Johnson's follow up to 2015's The Force Awakens. Currently The Last Jedi has the lowest audience rating (57%) of any Star Wars film on Rotten Tomatoes, which is a bit shocking considering its rating is worse than All of the prequel films. 

The Force Awakens had a different kind of uproar, in that a lot of fans knocked Episode VII for being "too much of the same" or a just soft remake of A New Hope.
See full article at GeekTyrant »

Wil Wheaton Attended The Star Wars: The Last Jedi Premiere Wearing a Star Trek Costume

Wil Wheaton, the actor who played Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation, was looking to stir up a little controversy at the premiere of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. How, you ask? The dude showed up wearing a Star Trek costume! He posted the image of himself on Twitter attending the premiere saying,

“I loved #TheLastJedi!. It hit all the right notes for me, and seeing it in the Chinese Theater, surrounded by my fellow nerds was glorious. The Force was with us."

The then addressed the costume saying:

“Oh, and I went in costume for the first time ever, because I am a damn adult and I get to decide what that means.”

Here's the photo he tweeted out. Leave it to Wil Wheaton to try and pick a fight at a Star Wars premiere!

I loved #TheLastJedi! It hit all the right notes for me, and
See full article at GeekTyrant »

Traveling For the Holidays? Find Out the Most Popular TV Show and Reality Show in Each State

Traveling For the Holidays? Find Out the Most Popular TV Show and Reality Show in Each State
Welcome to the United States of TV! Ever wonder what the most popular TV series is in your state? Well, we finally have the answer...or 100 of them, to be precise.  CableTV.com put in the work, finding out  the most popular TV show and reality TV show in each state. And while there are some no-brainers (Hawaii loves Lost! California loves the Kardashians!), there are also quite a few surprises. (The Apprentice has yet to be fired by some states.) So if you're hoping to bond with the locals wherever you are traveling this holiday through the power of TV, may we suggest starting your binge-watches Asap?  Alabama: Legends of Tomorrow // American Idol Alaska: Star Trek //...
See full article at E! Online »

J.J. Abrams Has Pitched Star Wars 9 Story to Lucasfilm

J.J. Abrams Has Pitched Star Wars 9 Story to Lucasfilm
J.J. Abrams just pitched Star Wars 9 to the top brass at Disney. With the recent announcement that Disney is purchasing most of 21st Century Fox, Disney CEO Bob Iger has extended through 2021, so he's still the man that the biggest of big decisions need to go through. Star Wars is pretty much the biggest franchise ever, so it makes sense that Abrams, despite his very good track record, would need to pitch the story to Iger directly.

The news of J.J. Abrams' pitch came out as a result of this Disney/Fox merger. While tracking updates, via conference calls that have been made to answer the great many questions people have, it was revealed that Abrams was set to pitch the story to Bob Iger on the morning of December 15, which just so happens to be the day that Star Wars: The Last Jedi arrived in theaters. What went on in that pitch room?
See full article at MovieWeb »

Battlestar Galactica’s Ronald D. Moore to develop space race drama at Apple

As Apple continues its march into original programming, it has added yet another show to its slate, this time coming from the reimagined Battlestar Galactica creator Ronald D. Moore. Per Deadline, the untitled series will be a drama imagining what the world might look like if the global space race had never ended.

Moore has created and written the series along with Fargo executive producers Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi. Moore, Wolpert and Nedivi will executive produce the series with Moore’s Tall Ships Productions Maril Davis.

Moore is teaming up again with Sony Pictures Television for the series, specifically with former Sony TV presidents Jamie Erlicht & Zack Van Amburg. The pair left Sony for Apple earlier this year and have worked with Moore on several shows, such as Moore’s Outlander and Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams. This also marks Apple’s third original series order, after giving
See full article at Flickeringmyth »

Jennifer Morrison’s Directorial Debut “Sun Dogs” Goes to Netflix

Sun Dogs

“Once Upon a Time” star Jennifer Morrison has found a home for her feature directorial debut. Deadline reports that Netflix snagged the rights to “Sun Dogs,” a drama about a man who is intellectually limited from an accident at birth. After his fourth failed attempt to join the Marines, Ned (Michael Angarano, “I’m Dying Up Here”) teams up with a runaway Tally (Melissa Benoist, “Supergirl”) in an effort to “protect the homefront” by snooping on a casino manager whom he suspects may be a terrorist. Allison Janney co-stars.

“The film sheds light on the idea that every person needs a purpose,” Morrison told us. “I believe that we are all misfits in one way or another. We feel misunderstood. We fail. We struggle. We hope. It’s what makes us unique in our search for meaning.” She explained, “In my mind, Ned Chipley is a mirror for us all.
See full article at Women and Hollywood »

Quentin Tarantino is a Terrible Choice for ‘Star Trek’

Quentin Tarantino is a Terrible Choice for ‘Star Trek’
(Welcome to The Soapbox, the space where we get loud, feisty, political, and opinionated about anything and everything. In this edition: why Quentin Tarantino and Star Trek are a match made in hell.) I’m calling on all of every Star Trek “purist” who claims to have a problem with Star Trek: Discovery to direct their indignation to a piece of […]

The post Quentin Tarantino is a Terrible Choice for ‘Star Trek’ appeared first on /Film.
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Matt Damon Slams Harvey Weinstein But Says Louis C.K. Can Be Forgiven in Controversial Interview

Matt Damon Slams Harvey Weinstein But Says Louis C.K. Can Be Forgiven in Controversial Interview
Matt Damon has drawn some criticism for saying the recent wave of sexual misconduct allegations don’t all cary the same weight.

“I think it’s wonderful that women are feeling empowered to tell their stories and it’s totally necessary,” Damon, 47, explained in a preview clip of an upcoming edition of ABC’s Popcorn with Peter Travers released Thursday. “I do believe there’s a spectrum of behavior… There’s a difference between patting someone on the butt and rape or child molestation, right? Both of those behaviors need to be confronted and eradicated without question, but they shouldn’t be conflated.
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Wil Wheaton Attends ‘Star Wars’ Screening in ‘Star Trek’ Costume: Pics!

Wil Wheaton Attends ‘Star Wars’ Screening in ‘Star Trek’ Costume: Pics!
The Last Trekkie (at a Star Wars screening, at least)! Actor Wil Wheaton had some fun with the diehard Star Wars fan base on Thursday night.

Wheaton, 45, who played Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation, attended a screening of Star Wars: The Last Jeidi in his Star Trek costume.

“I loved #TheLastJeidi! It hit all the right notes for me, and seeing it in the Chinese Theater, surrounded by my fellow nerds was glorious. The Force was with us,” he captioned the pic on Twitter. “Oh, and I went in costume for the first time ever, because I am a damn adult and I get to decide what that means.”

Wheaton also admitted to one commenter that he did cry in the film.

Wheaton appeared on Star Trek from 1987 to 1994, but has relived his glory days with a recurring guest role on The Big Bang Theory, where he plays an exaggerated version of himself
See full article at Entertainment Tonight »

Wil Wheaton Attends ‘Star Wars’ Screening in ‘Star Trek’ Costume and Somewhere Sheldon Cooper Is Pissed

Wil Wheaton Attends ‘Star Wars’ Screening in ‘Star Trek’ Costume and Somewhere Sheldon Cooper Is Pissed
The Last Trekkie (at a Star Wars screening, at least)! Actor Wil Wheaton had some fun with the diehard Star Wars fan base on Thursday night.

Wheaton, 45, who played Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation, attended a screening of Star Wars: The Last Jeidi in his Star Trek costume.

“I loved #TheLastJeidi! It hit all the right notes for me, and seeing it in the Chinese Theater, surrounded by my fellow nerds was glorious. The Force was with us,” he captioned the pic on Twitter. “Oh, and I went in costume for the first time ever, because I am a damn adult and I get to decide what that means.”

Wheaton also admitted to one commenter that he did cry in the film.

Wheaton appeared on Star Trek from 1987 to 1994, but has relived his glory days with a recurring guest role on The Big Bang Theory, where he plays an exaggerated version of himself
See full article at Entertainment Tonight »
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