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  1. Mara

    Krypton

    Anyone else checking this out? I've only seen the first episode so far... but I think it's a new obsession.
  2. TheUnknown

    Stranger Things

    We are a week removed from the new season dropping on Netflix. I'm really excited. Poor Will needs to catch a break.
  3. Lucasfilm has appointed Michelle Rejwan to the post of Senior Vice President of Live Action Development & Production, to oversee the future ofof Star Wars live action TV and film projects. Rejwan has worked with JJ Abrams on Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the upcoming final installment of the Skywalker Saga, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Her other film credits with Abrams include Star Trek Into Darkness and Super 8. The Mandalorian and the untitled Cassian Andor series are currently under production for Disney+, and more Star Wars films are in the pipeline, so Rejwan will undoubtedly have input into these projects as she undertakes her new role within Lucasfilm.
  4. Andy

    New images from The Mandalorian

    The first season of The Mandalorian will be available to Disney Plus subscribers as soon as it launches on 12 November 2019, it has been announced. A second series has already been ordered by Lucasfilm. New images (see below) have also been released, and attendees at Celebration Chicago were treated to some behind the scenes footage and an exclusive clip of the Jon Favreau live-action Star Wars TV show, that were cut from the live stream, but there was no official trailer shown. The Mandalorian follows a mysterious lone gunfighter (played by Pedro Pascal) on the outer reaches of the galaxy, about five years after the Battle of Endor seen in Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi. The titular character's true name is unknown, and he is said to be of "questionable moral character". Gina Carano will play a former Rebel shock trooper named Kara Dune, with Carl Weathers portraying Greef Marka who heads up a guild of bounty hunters. Werner Herzog appears to be some kind of Imperial administrator who hires the Mandalorian for a mission. Other supporting cast members include Giancarlo Esposito, Emily Swallow, Omid Abtahi, and Nick Nolte. The show is said to have a Western feel to it and Favreau has said he would include elements from other parts of the Star Wars universe such as the Star Wars: The Clone Wars television series, and has he has also taken some inspiration from the Star Wars Legends expanded universe.
  5. Andy

    The Mandalorian

    The Mandalorian is a TV series set after the fall of the Empire, featuring an all-new cast of characters. It was announced by Disney CEO Bob Iger in November 2017, and will air on the new streaming service Disney+ in late 2019. Plot Summary After the stories of Jango and Boba Fett, another warrior emerges in the Star Wars universe. The Mandalorian is set after the fall of the Empire and before the emergence of the First Order. We follow the travails of a lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy far from the authority of the New Republic.
  6. So it looks like the new Disney streaming service (creatively named Disney+) will be adding a second live-action Star Wars show to its lineup. Joining the in-production The Mandalorian will be a series focusing on Rogue One's Cassian Andor. (So obviously this is a prequel). https://www.starwars.com/news/cassian-andor-live-action-series-announced Having sort of a SW spy thriller sounds like it could have good potential. Plus there is the possibility of more K-2/Alan Tudyk. So I'M IN.
  7. Principle filming for The Mandalorian has finished, according to the folks over at Disney. There is still no word on a release date for the new Star Wars TV show, which is set between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens, but new information is expected to be revealed at Star Wars Celebration in April. Pedro Pascal (Game of Thrones) is playing the titular role of the Mandalorian, with supporting roles from Nick Nolte, Werner Herzog, Gina Carano, Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad), and Emily Swallow (Supernatural). Little else is currently known about the show, but producers previously teased that classic trilogy characters R5-D4 and IG-88 will make an appearance. The Mandalorian debuts on the Disney+ streaming service, later this year.
  8. Andy

    Doctor Who

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/t...dio/4326005.stm Dunno where, I'm kinda looking forward to the new Dr Who series. lol. Did Dr Who ever get popular in the US or anywhere? It's a BBC sci-fi creation that pre-dates even Star Trek. bwahhahaa!!
  9. Andy

    Star Wars: The Clone Wars

    Star Wars: The Clone Wars is a CGI animated television series which continues from the animated movie of the same name. It is set during the time between Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith. The Clone Wars was aired from October 2008 until March 2014. It was cancelled shortly after Disney acquired Lucasfilm and the Star Wars franchise. The final series was not broadcast on television, being made available through Netflix, and several undeveloped story arcs were adapted as part of the The Clone Wars Legacy series.
  10. TheUnknown

    The Walking Dead

    So any fans? Not as good as Game of Thrones (which I got into at the same time), but still a very good show. My favorite characters are probably Daryl and Carl (I don't get why people hate Carl so much).
  11. TheUnknown

    Under the Dome

    Anyone watching this TV show based on the Stephen King novel? Is it any good? I haven't seen it (nor have I read the book).
  12. An extended trailer for the second season of Star Wars Rebels was revealed at Star Wars Celebration this Saturday.The animated show on Disney XD has proved itself with the first season, and producers have said that season two has almost twice as many episodes as the first. The first episode of season two, titled The Siege of Lothal, was also screened at the Star Wars Celebration Anaheim fan event on Saturday. Click here to view the article
  13. Andy

    Star Wars Rebels season two

    The animated show on Disney XD has proved itself with the first season, and producers have said that season two has almost twice as many episodes as the first. The first episode of season two, titled The Siege of Lothal, was also screened at the Star Wars Celebration Anaheim fan event on Saturday.
  14. New rumors have surfaced suggesting that the Star Wars live action television show is not yet dead. Details are still absent from these new rumors, but it is believed that Disney intend to produce a series to keep fans occupied in between movies, in a similar manner to Marvel's Agents of SHEILD. According to these latest rumours, the show would feature previously established characters from outside the main movies of the Star Wars saga, and would likely be produced for Disney's ABC television network. It's best to take this information with a gargantuan serving of salt, as it has now been a full ten years since we were originally teased by George Lucas about the show being in the works in 2005. Last year it was reported that the show had entered the casting phase, but a lack of further casting rumors since then seem to indicate that this was not the case. Click here to view the article
  15. New rumors have surfaced suggesting that the Star Wars live action television show is not yet dead. Details are still absent from these new rumors, but it is believed that Disney intend to produce a series to keep fans occupied in between movies, in a similar manner to Marvel's Agents of SHEILD. According to these latest rumours, the show would feature previously established characters from outside the main movies of the Star Wars saga, and would likely be produced for Disney's ABC television network. It's best to take this information with a gargantuan serving of salt, as it has now been a full ten years since we were originally teased by George Lucas about the show being in the works in 2005. Last year it was reported that the show had entered the casting phase, but a lack of further casting rumors since then seem to indicate that this was not the case.
  16. As part of the Star Wars Day celebrations, Disney XD have released the full trailer for Star Wars: Rebels.Following a teaser yesterday, the full length trailer for upcoming Disney XD animated series Star Wars: Rebels, which is due to debut later this year. Rebels takes place in the new Star Wars canon and will be in line with the Lucasfilm Story Group's new policies and vision for the overall saga, but executive producer Dave Filoni says "it’s important that Rebels be its own thing" in relation to previous animated series The Clone Wars. Enjoy the trailer, and May the Fourth be with you! Click here to view the article
  17. Following a teaser yesterday, the full length trailer for upcoming Disney XD animated series Star Wars: Rebels, which is due to debut later this year. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_soLH5MWGOg Rebels takes place in the new Star Wars canon and will be in line with the Lucasfilm Story Group's new policies and vision for the overall saga, but executive producer Dave Filoni says "it’s important that Rebels be its own thing" in relation to previous animated series The Clone Wars. Enjoy the trailer, and May the Fourth be with you!
  18. This will probably come as no surprise, as we have already been told of Disney's plan to release a new Star Wars movie every year, starting with Star Wars Episode VII and alternating between a Star Wars episode and a spin-off movie. We can also expect to see television series tie-ins and rumour has it that after a recent Marvel deal with Netflix, we could see another new Star Wars show head that way too. What else can we expect from this strategy? With Marvel so far, Disney has introduced characters and threads in stand-alone movies and sequels, then tied all the ends up to form a mega movie a-la Avengers. It seems highly likely that characters and storylines introduced in the Star Wars spin-offs and television shows will find their way into future instalments of the Star Wars saga, and if done correctly it could work well. But as with anything Star Wars, the potential for a fan backlash is always there if things go wrong!
  19. TheUnknown

    Breaking Bad

    Anyone watch this? I just got started.
  20. Andy

    Torchwood

    Anyone seen it? Dunno if it has been broadcast in the US yet. Official site: http://www.bbc.co.uk/torchwood/ Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torchwood Basically it's a spin-off from Doctor Who, with the main character being Captain Jack Harkness, as introduced in a couple of Doctor Who episodes in the 2005 series. I am finding it to be very awesome. Currently catching up on it, so far I have only seen episodes 1 to 5, and the finale episodes 12 & 13.
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