Author: Jenny Flack

CBS All Access Releases New STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Teaser

Star Trek fans have some new goodies to hang on to in anticipation of the Star Trek: Discovery premiere.   CBS All Access has released a ST:D video teaser for U.S. fans.  It’s called A Long Way From Home and it will hit you right in your heart and gut parts.  This is an action-packed teaser that really gets your blood pumping.  Sonequa Martin-Green‘s voice is the first we hear.  Her face is the first we see.  She says, ‘We strive toward this dream of peace, where all species can share common ground.’  Then we see some detail shots...

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Paul Scheer Will Write on Amazon’s GALAXY QUEST TV Revival

This is amazing news.  Galaxy Quest may finally get the TV series that has been so often hoped for.  Paul Scheer (The League, Children’s Hospital) has signed on to write the new Galaxy Quest TV series that has long been in the works, and may now actually come to fruition.   Galaxy Quest, the 1999 sci-fi parody starring Sigourney Weaver, Tim Allen, Alan Rickman and Sam Rockwell,  among others; has had some TV buzz around it for years.  The series was reportedly close to production when Rickman met his untimely death in early 2016, according to Deadline.   RELATED: STAR...

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Daniel Craig Confirms His Return As JAMES BOND

Daniel Craig appeared on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Tuesday night and did the thing that many were hoping for.  He confirmed that he will, in fact, return to play James Bond in the 25th film in the series.  He also alluded to the fact that it will be his last appearance as the world’s most famous super spy.  To be clear, he said, “I think this is it. I just want to go out on a high note,”  and that isn’t an absolute.  We all know people change their minds, but this is information that many fans had...

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STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN Will Screen in Theaters for 35th Anniversary

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan is the Star Trek movie to end all Star Trek movies.  No Kelvin timeline can ever dethrone it, and fans of the universe will love it for all time.  And, because it is so beloved, it’s getting screened in movie theaters across the country to celebrate it’s 35th Anniversary.   Kirk and Khan clashed for the first time on the big screen June 4, 1982.   It was a much anticipated continuance of a conflict started on the series, and Ricardo Montalban will forever be known for that luxurious mullet and the...

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GAME OF THRONES: Season 7, Ep. 6 Preview Breakdown

{SPOILERS HERE.  PROCEED WITH CAUTION} * * * * * Holy dragon fire!!! Game of Thrones season 7 episode 5 went so fast, and was so packed with excitement, I’m still reeling!  And, we have a preview for episode 6 that does not bode well for our rag tag group of raiders beyond the wall.   The preview for episode 6 starts with the ultimate truth.  ‘Death is the enemy’.  It’s becoming the only enemy, indeed.  When Daenerys and Cersei are both willing to join together, whatever their motives… we know winter is coming to them, and judging from...

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GAME OF THRONES’ Eastwatch: You Might Have Missed the Most Important Information

{SO MANY SPOILERS, TREAD LIGHTLY} * * * * * Eastwatch, episode 5 of Game of Thrones Season 7 aired tonight.  It was truly jammed with exciting plot points, surprises and character appearances.  But, there was a tidbit of information that the writers buried a little that might have blown right past you. I’ve got lots to say about Cersei’s news about her condition, Littlefinger’s little game and the rag tag raiding group beyond the wall.  All of that was AMAZING and exciting, but nothing was more exciting than hearing Gilly read a book at Old Town.  In the scene...

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DiCaprio to Play Da Vinci in Film Adaptation of Walter Isaacson’s Book

Leonardo DiCaprio will produce and star in a film adaptation of Walter Isaacson‘s book, Leonardo Da Vinci, about the famous artist and scientist.  If you’re a fan of reading biographies and historical non-fiction, like I am… and watching those stories, this is very good news. Isaacson is no stranger to film and TV adaptations.  He wrote Steve Jobs which was adapted for film and directed by Danny Boyle, and wrote a best-seller about Albert Einstein that was recently adapted for TV by NatGeo, called Genius.  If you haven’t seen Genius, watch it now.  RELATED:  The Ways We Read: Books...

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Witness Absurdity at Its Best in THE DEATH OF STALIN Trailer

If you’re looking for a laugh, and happen to need it as it pertains to the absolutely absurd world of political power mongering, you’ve come to the right Kremlin.  The trailer for the new Armando Iannucci (Veep) film, The Death of Stalin was released Friday, and it looks truly hilarious. RELATED: 5 Comedy Series to Binge This Summer The soviet satire comes at a time when our current political climate provides unbelievable and potentially absurd moments of its own.  But, based on what I can see from this trailer, this movie is beyond ridiculous.  Stalin dies, and in the...

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WESTWORLD Season 2 Gains 3 New Actors, Including VIKINGS’ Gustaf Skarsgard

Westworld season 2 is staffing up and it’s getting exciting.  It was confirmed Wednesday that three new actors are joining the cast for it’s sophomore season.  Fares Fares, Betty Gabriel, and Floki himself; Vikings Gustaf Skarsgard will be entering the park.  RELATED:  SDCC 2017: WESTWORLD Has A Chilling New Trailer Variety reports that Skarsgard will be joining the cast as a regular for season 2 and the others will be recurring characters.  Skarsgard will play “Karl Strand, described as a white-collar guy comfortable in the field.”  Which is a pretty vague description, but we can assume he’s a guest....

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Coen Brothers Are Bringing THE BALLAD OF BUSTER SCRUGGS to Netflix

Netflix has successfully nabbed the new Coen brothers project.  It’s a western anthology series called The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.  The show will be written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen and star Tim Blake Nelson (Oh, Brother Where Art Thou) as Buster.  RELATED:  Netflix: What is Arriving and Leaving AUGUST 2017 This is the Coen brothers’ first foray into their own original television series.  Fargo came to TV with their blessing, and was executive produced by the pair, but that’s where their involvement stopped with that series.  The Ballad of Buster Scruggs will be an anthology, meaning each...

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