‘Heroes Reborn’ First Trailer: The Extraordinary Among Us
NBC has started promotion for Heroes Reborn this week. A teaser was released on Monday, and now the first trailer introduces a new group of ordinary people with extraordinary powers. Jack Coleman and Masi Oka will of course be back as H.R.G. and Hiro Nakamura, but they’ll also be joined by newcomers to the franchise Zach Levi, Ryan Guzman and Robbie Kay. Five years after the original series, most of the heroes are in hiding and on the run, following a terrorist attack in Odessa, Texas that has been blamed on those with special abilities. Heroes Reborn is set to premiere Sept. 24 at 8 p.m. on NBC. Continue reading Radar Watch: NBC Releases First Trailer for ‘Heroes Reborn’ and More!
Ezra Miller seemingly came onto the scene out of nowhere with Stephen Chbosky’s 2012 coming-of-age drama The Perks of Being a Wallflower. The truth is, though, his rise to the top was the result of six years of hard work on various TV shows and indie movies. And Miller’s upward mobility hasn’t stopped since, as late last year the actor landed the highly coveted role of The Flash in DC’s Cinematic Universe. Now he’s up for another big part in a major box office franchise.
Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them has been the talk of the town from the time the movie was first announced a little more …
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Tom Holland Is Marvel and Sony’s New Spider-Man
A brand new Spider-Man will be swinging into theaters on Jul. 28, 2017 — and he’ll be played by British actor Tom Holland (The Impossible). Marvel announced the news today after months of speculation and screen tests that pit most of young hollywood against each other for the coveted role of Peter Parker. Marvel also announced that Jon Watts (Cop Car) will direct the upcoming film. Spider-Man is expected to first appear in next year’s Captain America: Civil War. Continue reading Radar Watch: Tom Holland Is Marvel’s New Spider-Man and More!
TV writer-producer Bryan Fuller has spent much of his career jumping from one critically-acclaimed show to the next. After a four-year stint on Star Trek: Voyager in the late ’90s, Fuller would go on to create three fan-favorite shows: Dead Like Me, Wonderfalls and Pushing Daisies. Each of them quickly became cult hits, but surprisingly, none of them managed to last as long as Fuller’s current (and perhaps most well-known) series, Hannibal.
Yet, it seems that Hannibal has also now reached its end. After three short seasons, NBC announced today that Fuller’s psychological thriller won’t be coming back next year. There’s a chance that the series could find a home on another network, but for now these final ten episodes …
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Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park hasn’t remained popular for 22 years simply because of its director, the life-like animatronic dinosaurs at the center or even actor Jeff Goldblum. Rather, the Universal Pictures title is a prime example of what happens when all the elements of film come together perfectly to create a great movie, including writing, cinematography, visual effects and, yes, sound.
While many may remember how it felt to see Industrial Light & Magic’s beautifully rendered dinosaurs onscreen for the first time, most can probably also recall the sounds made by the dinosaurs themselves, where animal noises were used to create their various roars and calls. But perhaps the most important sound in the film is composer John Williams’ incredible score.
For Jurassic Park, Williams was determined to create “pieces that would convey a sense of awe and fascination,” since the movie dealt with the “overwhelming …
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John Lithgow, Claire Foy and Matt Smith Join Netflix Series ‘The Crown’
Netflix’s new original series The Crown is racking up an impressive cast. John Lithgow, Claire Foy (Wolf Hall) and Matt Smith (Doctor Who) have joined the period piece as Sir Winston Churchill, Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, Philip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh, respectively. From Peter Morgan (The Queen, Frost/Nixon), The Crown tells the inside story of the female monarch’s decades-long reign in the second half of the 20th century. The 10-episode drama, with Stephen Daldry (Billy Elliot, The Hours) directing some episodes, will premiere in 2016. Continue reading Radar Watch: Claire Foy Joins Netflix’s ‘The Crown’ and More!