Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker star wars By Spencer Perry ON May 22, 2019 BEGIN SLIDESHOWStar Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Vanity Fair photos revealedAs is tradition, the first look photos for the new Star Wars movie, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, have arrived online courtesy of Vanity Fair! Check them out along with the cover art and a behind-the-scenes video of the photo shoot!Confirmed in the new photos are the reveals of brand new characters and planets for the series including:Pasaana, the desert planet glimpsed in the first trailer for the film, whose natives are called Aki-Aki.Keri Russell will play the masked scoundrel Zorri Bliss, pictured in the Thieves’ Quarter of the “snow-dusted Kijimi.”Finn and his new ally Jannah ride new creatures, Orbaks, into battle against the First OrderAnd also, The Knights of Ren will return!Your first look at #StarWars: The Rise of Skywalker is here! Let Vanity Fair introduce you to the final chapter in the … [Read more...] about Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Vanity Fair Photos Revealed!
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STAR Trek Discovery second series will see iconic character Spock return to TV after 28 years. Ethan Peck takes over the role from original Mr. Spock actor Leonard Nimoy, who last appeared on television as the character in 1991. The Vulcan will reunite with his adopted sister and new lead character Michael Burnham, played by The Walking Dead's Sonequa Martin-Green, when the hour long show opener airs tonight in the US on CBS. The siblings are set to be key players as writers venture into Spock's hidden past. Burnham and Spock grew up together and fans will learn more about their history after Ambassador Sarek (James Frain) and Amanda Grayson (Mia Kirshner) adopted the character following the death of her parents. Kurtzman previously revealed the decision to make Michael a relative of Spock when he told Digital Spy: "This evolved from the storytelling. "The first Vulcan you're going to think of when you think of Vulcans is Spock, so as the story evolved, it became an … [Read more...] about Star Trek Discovery will see Spock return to TV after 28 years as second series explores Vulcan’s hidden past
The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, watch an entire two-hour Q&A with directors Anthony & Joe Russo all about Avengers: Infinity War. Plus, check out a collection of classic sci-fi props from Planet of the Apes, Star Trek and much more, and watch a table read for Big Mouth with Nick Kroll reading all of the voice roles. First up, even though we covered some of the more interesting parts in a separate article, Collider‘s entire two-hour, spoiler-filled Q&A with Avengers: Infinity War directors Anthony & Joe Russo is now available to watch online. They cover a lot of ground here, and it’s a fun watch for all you Marvel Cinematic Universe fans out there. Next up, the crew at Tested takes an up close look at … [Read more...] about The Morning Watch: Two-Hour ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Q&A with the Russo Bros, Classic Sci-Fi Props & More
x 2013’s Star Trek Into Darkness was received very positively by critics, but substantially less well by committed Star Trek fans. Much of this criticism was rooted in the way the film turned out to be a stealth reworking of 1982’s The Wrath of Khan, which annoyed those who considered that J.J. Abrams’ remixing of the story didn’t make a great deal of sense. Not to mention that in the run up to the film’s release, he outright lied about Benedict Cumberbatch’s John Harrison being Khan Noonien Singh. While the film doesn’t exactly remake The Wrath of Khan, it certainly references it pretty heavily, albeit with Spock and Kirk’s roles reversed. If you’ll recall, in the original, Spock sacrificed himself to save the Enterprise while Kirk watched on. In the 2013 effort, however, it was the other way around, leading to Spock recreating that famous moment where Kirk yells “KHAAAAAAAAAAN!!!” Now, in an … [Read more...] about Star Trek: The Wrath Of Khan Director Shares His Feelings On Into Darkness
x While Star Trek: Discovery isn’t stopping anytime soon and the film series remains in a suspended state at this time, a new report from ComicBook.com indicates that CBS may be preparing for as many as five new Star Trek-related projects. Though the source is only the United States Patent and Trademark Office, here are the listed names that the network recently filed for ownership of in relation to the brand. Revolution Starfleet Academy Destiny Reliant Ceti Alpha V Lower Decks While all of these are words and terms which could and sometimes are found in the world of the franchise, only one name has seen any movement on it. A report earlier this week confirmed that Star Trek: Lower Decks was in development and will be headed up by Rick and Morty writer Mike McMahan. In a statement announcing the news, producer Alex Kurtzman explained why McMahan was chosen for the job, saying: “Mike won our hearts with his first sentence: ‘I want to do a show about the … [Read more...] about New Trademarks Hint At Upcoming Star Trek TV Shows