Tag: Star Trek
Check out my latest interviews from the Young Hollywood studio with “Fear the Walking Dead” star, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Alice Eve (“Star Trek Into Darkness”) who dropped to chat about her new movie, “Before We Go,” and Peyton List of Disney’s “Bunk’d”!
Posted: September 7th, 2015 under pop culture, video.
Tags: alice eve, alycia debnam-carey, bunkd, chris evans, chris hemsworth, chris pine, chris pratt, Comic-Con, disney, fangirl, fear the walking dead, indie film, indie movie, lexa, nyc, peyton list, SDCC, Star Trek, star trek into darkness, the 100, The Walking Dead, TWD, young hollywood
I remember it like it was last night – when the residents (unintended squatters?) of the mysterious, time-bending tropical island sat in church pews and looked straight ahead, forward into the white light, thus wrapping up seven seasons of an epic sci-fi drama with a sloppily-tied bow. Actually, make that a taped-on bow, one you […]
Posted: July 3rd, 2014 under rants.
Tags: Amy Brenneman, cult, Damon Lindelof, Guilty Remnant, HBO, Home Box Office, Justin Theroux, Liv Tyler, lost, Lostie, opinion, prometheus, rant, review, Star Trek, sudden departure, The Leftovers, TV, TV show
Fanboys and fangirls either fist-pumped with joy or slumped down in disappointment at the news that the live-action American adaptation of manga series Akira has been put on hold once again, this time reportedly because of budget concerns. The movie’s been in the proverbial pipeline for years now with a number of big stars tied […]
Posted: January 12th, 2012 under geekista, race in hollywood.
Tags: 2 broke girls, akira, anime, chin ho kelly, diversity, garrett hedlund, george takei, glee, han lee, harry shum, hawaii five-o, helena bonham carter, hollywood, japanese, kaneda, keanu reeves, kei, ken watanabe, kristen stewart, lady miyako, manga, michael patrick king, mike chang, reese witherspoon, Star Trek, sulu, tetsuo, tron
I’m visiting the set of Fox’s upcoming comedy series, “Breaking In,” tomorrow, and from the promo, it looks kind of hilarious. Between Michael Rosenbaum (more widely and baldly known as Lex Luthor from “Smallville”) looking so convincingly d-bagtastic with that skunk patch at the front of his faux hawk and the fact that Christian Slater’s […]