- "The Royals" - Season 4
- Clint Eastwood's "The 15:17 To Paris"
- "V" Returning To Earth
- "The Crossing"
- "Arrow: Collision Course"
- "No Safe Spaces"
Posted: 09 Feb 2018 02:46 PM PST
E! confirms Season 4 of the drama series "The Royals" will premiere March 11, 2018, as the first of 10 new episodes starring Elizabeth Hurley, Max Brown and William Mosley:
"...the charming, duplicitous, 'Prince Robert' (Brown) is crowned 'King of England'. 'Prince Liam' (Moseley) and his recently dethroned uncle 'Cyrus' (Jake Maskall) form an unlikely alliance as 'Queen Helena' (Hurley) struggles to control her unruly brood as she figures out her role in the palace.
"Then after a heated on again-off again relationship, bodyguard 'Jasper' (Tom Austen) tries to capture the heart of 'Princess Eleanor' (Alexandra Park) one more time just as they are about to face their biggest obstacle yet..."
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Posted: 09 Feb 2018 02:00 PM PST
Director Clint Eastwood's "The 15:17 To Paris", is the true story about the 2015 'Thalys' train attack, starring Spencer Stone, Anthony Sadler and Alek Skarlatos as themselves, based on their book "The 15:17 to Paris: The True Story of a Terrorist, a Train, and Three American Heroes", opening February 9, 2018:
"...three Americans face a terrorist attack aboard a train bound for Paris..."
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Posted: 09 Feb 2018 02:53 PM PST
Desilu Studios, the home of "Star Trek", "The Untouchables" and "I Love Lucy", has confirmed it will produce the science fiction reptilian-alien feature "V The Movie", as the first in a big-budget 3D SFX "V" trilogy, written and directed by "V" creator Kenneth Johnson, inspired by author Sinclair Lewis' anti-fascist novel "It Can't Happen Here":
"We are delighted to team up with Desilu to bring the timeless – and timely – story of resistance against tyranny into the 21st Century", said Johnson, "'V' will be the first of a cinematic trilogy which will tell the full epic tale in the manner I always envisioned".
"V", a two-part miniseries first aired in 1983, starring Marc Singer ("L.A.P.D.: To Protect and to Serve"), introducing the 'Visitors', who slowly gain domination over Earth:
"...a race of aliens arrive on Earth in a fleet of 50 huge, saucer-shaped motherships, which hover over major cities across the world. They reveal themselves on the roof of the 'United Nations' building in New York City, appearing human but requiring special glasses to protect their eyes and having a distinctive resonance to their voices.
"Referred to as the 'Visitors', they reach out in friendship, ostensibly seeking the help of humans to obtain chemicals and minerals needed to aid their ailing world, which is revealed to be a planet orbiting the star 'Sirius'.
"In return, the Visitors promise to share their advanced technology with humanity. The governments of Earth accept the arrangement, and the Visitors, commanded by their leader 'John' and his deputy 'Diana', begin to gain considerable influence with human authorities.
"But television journalist/cameraman 'Michael Donovan' covertly boards one of the Visitors' motherships. He discovers that beneath their human-like façade—a thin, synthetic skin and human-eye contact lenses—the aliens are carnivorous reptilian humanoids with horned foreheads and green, scaly skin.
"He also witnesses them eating whole live animals including rodents and birds. However, just as his video taped exposé is about to air on television...
"...the broadcast is interrupted by the Visitors who take control of all media, announcing that Donovan is now a fugitive...
"...to be pursued by both the police and the Visitors..."
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Posted: 09 Feb 2018 10:56 AM PST
"The Crossing" is a new time-travel thriller series, starring Sandrine Holt ("Pocahontas: The Legend") debuting April 2, 2018 on ABC:
"...refugees from a war-torn country start showing up to seek asylum in an American town. Only the country these people are originally from is America and the war they are fleeing is 250 years in the future.
"...'Reece' (Natalie Martinez) is an 'Apex', a member of a genetically engineered human population that possess dramatically heightened physical and mental traits.
"While in the future she was a soldier – tasked with eliminating members of the lower 'Common'' class – her only goal once she arrives in 'Port Canaan' is to find her daughter, 'Leah' (Bailey Skodje), from whom she is separated during the 'Crossing', and who is then taken to a secret camp with the rest of the new arrivals.
"As Leah tries to adapt to her new surroundings with the other refugees, she will find herself fighting a devastating virus that she has brought with her from the future..."
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Posted: 09 Feb 2018 09:09 AM PST
From VancouverFilm.Net, Sneak Peek new footage, plus images from the "Arrow" episode "Collision Course", written by Oscar Balderrama, Rebecca Bellotto and directed by Ken Shane, airing March 1, 2018 on The CW:
"...'Oliver' (Stephen Amell), 'Diggle' (David Ramsey) and 'Felicity' (Emily Bett Rickards) disagree with 'Dinah' (Juliana Harkavy), 'Curtis' (Echo Kellum) and 'Rene' (Rick Gonzalez) on how to handle 'Black Siren' (Katie Cassidy).
"Then the two teams face off and a fight ensues..."
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Posted: 09 Feb 2018 08:28 AM PST
Sneak Peek filmmaker Justin Folk's crowd-sourced comedic documentary "No Safe Spaces", featuring commentator Dennis Prager and comedian Adam Carolla talking to college students and faculty about university 'safe spaces', revealing "...the most dangerous place in America for ideas..."
"...'No Safe Spaces' is a new film that exposes the hysteria and lunacy taking place at universities, and how our future depends on stopping it.
"Come along on a road trip that will include trigger warnings, real social justice warriors and maybe even some tailgating.
"'Adam' and 'Dennis' will show you how so many terrible, horrible, no good, very bad ideas have ruined college for young people and now threaten to ruin the country by creating a nation of 'snowflakes' who melt when they encounter an idea that they disagree with. And while the topic is serious, we can't resist making this a funny film..."
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