This was so much fun! If you want to be truly impressed by a “thief” then this is the one to watch.
I’ll tell you, even after watcing it and him somewhat explaining it I have a hard time imagining how to do it. Watch it! You will enjoy it!
Not my favorite Star Trek series by any means, in fact easily the worst. To top it off, the first season is absolutely terrible, mostly devoid of action, terrible plots, lack of interesting character dynamics, stupid gaffes that mess up Star Trek‘s timeline and more. Oh, and that theme music. BLEH! Whoever thought it was okay to use sudo pop music for a star trek theme should be FIRED!
But it is Star Trek, and I still like it better than a lot of TV trash out there.
Anyway, if you’re interested (and I don’t blame you if you aren’t), then here’s the trailer.
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As we reported earlier there are two collectible covers for the new issue of Star Trek Into Darkness. If you go online to the ew.com site to buy the one with Chris Pine and Benedict Cumberbatch, the cover title appears to confirm the true secret identity of Cumberbatch’s character (John Harrison). See image below…
Being that the cover story includes exclusive new images and on the record comments from JJ Abrams, Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman and many of the actors from the movie is this actual “Khanfirmation.” Actally, no.
Here is what is said about Khan in the actual EW cover story…
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Stuart Freeborn, the British pioneering movie makeup artist behind creatures such as Yoda and Chewbacca in the Star Wars films, has died. He was 98.
LucasFilm confirmed Wednesday that Freeborn had died, “leaving a legacy of unforgettable contributions”.
Star Wars director George Lucas said in a statement that Freeborn was “already a makeup legend” when he started working on the space epic.
“He brought with him not only decades of experience but boundless creative energy,” Lucas said. “His artistry and craftsmanship will live on forever in the characters he created. His Star Wars…
Yesterday it was revealed that Disney is developing a Star Wars spin-off standalone film that would follow a young Han Solo, set between Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and Episode IV: A New Hope.
But what will this movie be about?
Sifting through the backstory established in the original trilogy, the elaborate expanded universe in the books and games, witht he help of Wookieepedia, we have some good ideas of what we might expect from this stand alone tale.
I had fun reading this one this morning.
TJ, Joe and Linsay after ‘The MovieByte Podcast’ Episode #30.Listen Now
Joe and TJ warm up before the big talk of ‘Star Wars’ with a conversation about ‘Warm Bodies’ and TJ’s review of it — TJ is not a big fan, Joe thinks he might just have to see it to see if he agrees with TJ, an R2D2 translator (loads of fun), the ‘Skyfall’ Honest Trailer, the Netflix original series and political drama, ‘House of Cards’, as well as a conversation about Netflix’s full season release strategy, ‘The Avengers’ ‘Firefly’ style opening credits sequence, a few new releases to video on demand, and finally before the big topic, a quick discussion of the highly alliterated title for this run of podcasts, ‘Favorite Fun Futon Films for February’ (say that 10 times fast). And then, TJ and Joe are joined by Linsay Morgan to discuss ‘Star Wars’. And oh do they discuss it. Joe and Linsay think it may be the best film ever made. TJ has reservations. The discussion is lively and fun, you won’t want to miss it!Listen Now
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Even after all this time, “Not only is there a want from fans, but there’s a want from Joss [Whedon], and from Nathan [Fillion], certainly, and the cast,” Tudyk confirms.
But even if there is a will, is there actually a way? Talking more logistically about how it could actually work, Tudyk points to Arrested Development as an example of how the show could be brought back. “This was taken off the air right about the same time that we were,” he says, “and that was a show that was on Fox, with a bunch of people who have gone on to do many other things, and they’re getting them back together…
So the fifth entry in the wheezing “Die Hard” franchise comes out in just over a week, and surprisingly, it’s taken this long for the inevitable talk about a sixth entry to crop up. But with Bruce Willis on the press trail, the question has been asked, and the answer from the actor is simple: “Yes.”
I’ll wait to say for sure until I have seen Die Hard 5, but I think this is probably good.
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But post-Sandy Hook and Aurora, the question of violence in media and gun control is one that increasingly comes up in press rounds and Willis has weighed in on the touchy subject of gun control.…
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While Star Wars continues to dominate much of the conversation about big-ticket sci-fi film, the outcome of the DICE keynote talk between filmmaker J.J. Abrams and game-master Gabe Newell of Valve Software was even more stunning: the two are likely to collaborate to make games and movies. The stated movie interests are adaptations of popular Valve games Portal and Half-Life.
“We’re making a Half-Life movie” is not quite what they said, but the door was certainly left open to Bad Robot and Valve collaborating on projects. And reading between the lines and taking a few other tips into…