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    "Then, as if Spiner and Ryan weren't enough, Chabon confirmed that Jonathan Frakes (who will also be directing the series), will be returning as William Riker, and Marina Sirtis will reprise her role as Deanna Troi. It's a full-blown Next Generation reunion, with plenty of new faces as well."



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    Mahershala Ali Announced As Marvel's New Blade

    Even though a lot of what Marvel "announced" at Comic-Con this year had already leaked or been confirmed, there was still room for a surprise or three. Wrapping up the giant panel featuring studio boss Kevin Feige was the appearance of Moonlight and True Detective's Mahershala Ali, who slapped a cap on his head announcing himself as the next Blade.

    The daywalking vampire warrior who battles the fang club was most memorably brought to the screen by Wesley Snipes in three movies. Now, though, it's a new world and there's a new Blade.

    That's about it for the details at this point – no details about writers, directors or other cast were revealed, though there's every chance that more will be forthcoming at Disney's D23 event in August. Ali, of course, already appeared in the Marvel universe, on TV, at least, as Cottonmouth in Luke Cage.

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    Natalie Portman Receives Her Own Mjolnir for Thor: Love and Thunder Reveal

    Marvel Studios and director Taika Waititi introduced Natalie Portman as the new Thor in the fourth Thor movie, now titled Thor: Love and Thunder. During the studios' San Diego Comic Con panel, Portman was introduced last, following Waititi, Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson. As Portman was introduced, the crowd roared and Waititi presented her with her own Mjolnir.

    Portman will be reprising her role as Jane Foster, who takes on the mantle of Thor in the new movie.

    Portman appeared in the first two Thor movies, but skipped Waititi's Thor: Ragnarok. She made a brief return to the Marvel movies with a cameo in Avengers: Endgame, during the scene in which Thor and Rocket Raccoon travel to the events in Thor: The Dark World. She also appeared at the film's premiere, leading many to believe her relationship with the studio was on the mend.

    In 2018, the Annihilation star told Screen Rant she was open to returning to the Marvel world.

    "I'm completely open to everything, but I have no news about that," she said.

    One reason why Jane Foster was not used in Ragnarok was the story. Most of the film simply did not take place on Earth, as Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige pointed out in 2017.

    The SDCC panel took place just days after The Hollywood Reporter confirmed Waititi was signed to write and direct Thor 4. This will make Thor the first Marvel Studios character to get a fourth solo movie.

    The decision to keep Hemsworth in the role of Thor - at least until the part in Love and Thunder when Jane takes over - came after the character's tone changed significantly. In the first two Thor movies, fans saw a much more serious take on the character. Waititi injected some fun in Ragnarok, which continued into Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame.

    "He got re-toned by [director] Taika Waititi, [writer] Eric Pearson and Chris Hemsworth in Thor: Ragnarok, and that was a gift to us," Endgame co-writer Christopher Markus told the L.A. Times. "But we also wanted to give him real obstacles and real consequences. All the things he lost in that movie, he takes it with such aplomb, but he's really lost everything."

    Markus continued, "Basically from his first movie, he is headed for the throne. He has all this burden of purpose on him. And so his arc in all these movies is learning to let go of what people expect of him and embrace what he himself feels he is. It turns out Hemsworth is a really good actor. He's not just gorgeous, he's funny. It's [been] such a great second half of the MCU for him. I'm really, really happy that that all came about."

    Thor: Love and Thunder will hit theaters on November 5, 2021.

    https://comicbook.com/marvel/2019/07...VqI_Mq3EHsCeJk

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    THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER

    Marvel’s return to Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con was everything and more MCU fans were hoping for, with the studio announcing the slate of new movies and TV shows that will make up Phase 4. That included a huge revelation about one of the most anticipated new Disney+ series planned. We knew Steve Rogers’ two closest friends, Bucky Barnes and Sam Wilson, would be teaming up, but now we know who they will be teaming up against. Captain America: Civil War’s villain, Baron Zemo, will return on the show. And this time Daniel Brühl will really look the part.

    Sebastian Stan and Anthony Mackie, who was carrying Captain America’s Falcon’s shield, were both in the house for the official announcement of their show’s release, set for fall of 2020. The show’s logo also includes Cap’s iconic shield, so clearly his legacy will not be far from either of the two heroes story.

    The bigger news, however, was that Daniel Brühl’s Helmut Zemo, last seen jailed at the end of Civil War, has seemingly escaped with a reason to live – causing the Avengers more problems. How his role was announced is what will send comic book fans into a frenzy. The big screen on the stage went out, and when it came back on Zemo was there….wearing his iconic purple mask many lamented he didn’t have in his first entry in the MCU.

    Zemo is a great villain and he’s played by a great actor in the MCU. Giving him back his mask will only make the character even better.

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    Star Trek: #ShortTreks returns with six new shorts exclusively on @CBSAllAccess starting this fall. @AnsonMount, @ethangpeck, and @RebeccaRomijn are back to reprise their roles as Pike, Spock, and Number One.


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    R.I.P. David Hedison, captain on Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea and ally of James Bond

    Before David Hedison played Captain Lee Crane on Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, he turned down the role. Hedison had starred in The Lost World, the 1960 big-screen adventure from pioneering sci-fi producer Irwin Allen. One year later, he was reluctant to jump back on a set with Allen for his next motion picture, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. Irwin offered Hedison the role of Crane. Instead, Hedison jumped aboard a Korean War film called Marines, Let's Go. Robert Sterling instead played Crane in the movie.

    But Allen would eventually get his man. When Voyage journeyed to television in 1964, Hedison finally stepped into the uniform and the role as the Captain. Of all the sci-fi shows on 1960s television, the underwater adventure Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea is perhaps the most underrated. Not only was it the first TV endeavor of legendary action producer Irwin Allen, who would later create Lost in Space, but it was also his longest-running.

    With four seasons to its name, it even outlasted Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek, which managed a mere three.

    On the air (and, well, in the seas) in the heart of the 1960s, the series quickly evolved with the times. At first a black-and-white thriller rich with Cold War spy themes, Voyage eventually exploded with color and fantasy plots, bringing in werewolves, aliens, time travel, kaiju monsters and more.

    Hedison appeared in all 110 episodes, alongside Richard Basehart, who played Admiral Nelson.

    In his early television work, the Rhode Island native was billed as Al Hedison. He was billed as such when he landed the lead role — and turned into an insect — in The Fly (1958), the eerie metamorphosis horror film that spawned a John Carpenter remake decades later.

    The following year, NBC forced a name change on the actor, who became known as David when he appeared in the network's espionage series Five Fingers (1959–60).

    Speaking of spies, James Bond junkies will recognize Hedison as CIA buddy Felix Leiter in both Live and Let Die (1973) and License to Kill (1989).

    Last week, Hedison passed away in Los Angeles, according to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 92.

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    We’ve been super excited for Shudder’s Creepshow relaunch ever since it was first announced. Today we got our first look at the practical heavy reimagining of the classic Stephen King and George Romero cult movies with a super fun trailer from the horror streaming service.

    The original Creepshow movies were groundbreaking anthology films that featured massive cult stars (like Lesley Nielsen, Ed Harris, and Tom Savini) in short horror stories that always had a chilling twist. The new Shudder series takes that beloved premise and introduces 12 episodes that look to be filled with practical effects magic and creepy tales to make us shiver.

    The trailer showcases some serious genre heavyweights David Arquette (Scream) and Tobin Bell (Saw) who join other returning horror icons like The Fog’s Adrienne Barbeau. The behind the camera talent is just as impressive with The Walking Dead’s Greg Nicotero helming the series.

    Shudder also revealed the names and creative teams behind the two episodes that will debut on the show’s premiere episode: “Gray Matter,” based on a story by Stephen King, will be directed by Nicotero and adapted by Byron Willinger and Philip de Blasi. That tale will be paired with “House of the Head,” which will be written by Josh Malerman and directed by John Harrison, who actually worked on the original Creepshow movies!

    Fans at SDCC will be able to see some of the cast and crew at a panel on Friday, July 19, which will see Nicotero and Barbeau joined by Giancarlo Esposito (Better Call Saul), Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica, Lucifer), and DJ Qualls (The Man in the High Castle, Supernatural). If you can’t make that panel make sure that you keep your eyes peeled here for some super cool Creepshow coverage coming soon!

    https://nerdist.com/article/creepsho...f57utZrppKQzkY


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    Top Gun's Val Kilmer Speaks at the United Nations in New York City After Throat Cancer Battle

    Fresh off of several appearances in the last two months, Kilmer, 59, once again stepped out over the weekend for the NOVUS Summit SDG Moonshots at United Nations Headquarters in New York City. Dressed in a grey suit with his customary scarf wrapped loosely around his neck, Kilmer seemed in good spirits as he attended the event.

    The actor was on hand to deliver a speech before being honored for his work with the TwainMania Foundation, created to educated children on author Mark Twain’s legacy.

    His outing comes just days after his costar Tom Cruise took fans by surprise when he stopped by the San Diego Comic-Con and debuted the first trailer to the highly-anticipated Top Gun: Maverick. Both actors are reprising their iconic characters in the sequel to the hit 1986 movie.
    “You’ve all asked for many, many years asking, ‘Why don’t you do another one? When are you going to do another one?’ In 34 years you guys have been very, very patient with me,” Cruise told the excited crowd.

    “I felt it was my responsibility to finally really deliver for you. I have a little piece here if you want to see it. This is our very first trailer. You are the first people in the world to see it. And everything you see in this film is for real,” Cruise added. “For me, Top Gun is about competition, it is about family, sacrifice, heroism, aviation. It’s a love letter to aviation.”

    Titled Top Gun: Maverick, the sequel takes place decades after the 1986 original film and features Cruise’s return as Maverick with Teller playing Bradley Bradshaw, the son of Anthony Edwards’s pilot Goose.

    Cruise and Kilmer star in the film alongside Jennifer Connelly, Miles Teller, Jon Hamm, Glen Powell and Ed Harris.
    Hamm recently teased the film in an interview with Collider in which he said, “They’re using some technology on this that is never before seen.

    “We’re shooting the movie in, I think, 6K,” Hamm added. “So it’s incredibly hi-def. The aerial footage is mind-blowing. And it’s mostly practical. There’s not a lot of CG. Those guys are really up in planes and getting thrown around in multiple Gs.”

    Kilmer’s comeback role in the film comes after what has been a mysterious Hollywood hiatus for the actor. After years of rumored health problems, he finally opened up about his battle with throat cancer during a December 2017 interview with The Hollywood Reporter.

    His health issues first became apparent in January 2015, when a spokesperson told PEOPLE that he was rushed to the hospital “for a possible tumor.” Soon after, he took to Facebook to deny having a tumor, saying only that he “had a complication.”

    Further rumors were repeatedly shut down by Kilmer, who was spotted out with a tracheostomy tube in October 2015 and then without it the next February.

    Kilmer opened up about his cancer recovery to The Hollywood Reporter in an interview alongside his children with his ex-wife Joanne Whalley: Mercedes and Jack, 22.

    The article revealed that the actor’s two-year fight with throat cancer had “taken its toll” on the family and noted that Kilmer had undergone a procedure on his trachea which made his voice raspy and left him short of breath.

    Top Gun: Maverick is set for a June 26, 2020 release.

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    Top Gun: Maverick Comic-Con Trailer


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    Official San Diego Comic-Con Trailer | Westworld | Season 3 (2020)


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    Rutger Hauer, ‘Blade Runner’ Co-Star, Dies at 75

    Rutger Hauer, the versatile Dutch leading man of the ’70s who went on star in the 1982 “Blade Runner” as Roy Batty, died July 19 at his home in the Netherlands after a short illness. He was 75.

    Hauer’s agent, Steve Kenis, confirmed the news and said that Hauer’s funeral was held Wednesday.

    His most cherished performance came in a film that was a resounding flop on its original release. In 1982, he portrayed the murderous yet soulful Roy Batty, leader of a gang of outlaw replicants, opposite Harrison Ford in Ridley Scott’s sci-fi noir opus “Blade Runner.” The picture became a widely influential cult favorite, and Batty proved to be Hauer’s most indelible role.

    More recently, he appeared in a pair of 2005 films: as Cardinal Roark in “Sin City,” and as the corporate villain who Bruce Wayne discovers is running the Wayne Corp. in Christopher Nolan’s “Batman Begins.”

    In “True Blood,” he played Niall Brigant, the king of the tribe from which the Stackhouse family is descended and the faerie grandfather to Sookie, Jason Stackhouse and Hunter Savoy. Hauer also recurred on ABC’s medieval musical comedy “Galavant” as Kingsley in 2015.

    He was a natural at horror and vampire roles, starring as Van Helsing in Dario Argento’s “Dracula 3D,” and as the vampire Barlow in the 2004 miniseries adaptation of Stephen King’s “Salem’s Lot” along with Rob Lowe, Andre Braugher and Donald Sutherland.

    Handsome, energetic and fluent in several languages, Hauer made his first mark in the late ‘60s in the Netherlands as the star of Paul Verhoeven’s medieval TV series “Floris.” He vaulted to the top ranks of Dutch stardom in 1973 opposite Monique van de Ven in Verhoeven’s sexually explosive drama “Turkish Delight,” which became a box-office smash and garnered an Oscar nod as best foreign film.

    After three more Dutch features with Verhoeven that became art-house successes in the U.S., Hauer segued to a Hollywood career with a flashy role as a terrorist in the 1981 Sylvester Stallone thriller “Nighthawks.”

    Hauer increasingly turned to action-oriented parts in the ‘80s: He toplined the big-budget fantasy “Ladyhawke” (1985), reteamed with fellow Hollywood transplant Verhoeven in the sword-and-armor epic “Flesh & Blood” (1985), starred as a psychotic killer in “The Hitcher” (1986), and took Steve McQueen’s shotgun-toting bounty hunter role in a modern reboot of the TV Western “Wanted: Dead or Alive” (1986).

    His major artistic triumph came in Ermanno Olmi’s Italian production “The Legend of the Holy Drinker” (1988); his sensitive turn as a homeless drunk and petty criminal who finds redemption in Paris carried the feature, which collected the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.

    During the ‘90s, Hauer gravitated to more routine roles in American and international productions and played the vampire lord Lothos in the original film version of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”

    He debuted as a small screen star as Nazi official Albert Speer in the 1982 telefilm adaptation of Speer’s book “Inside the Third Reich.” His most admired TV work came in projects that turned on World War II themes: He received Golden Globe nominations for his performances as the leader of a concentration camp revolt in “Escape From Sobibor” (1987) and an SS officer in the alternate-universe drama “Fatherland” (1994).

    He was born Jan. 23, 1944, in Breukelen, the Netherlands, near Amsterdam. Though both his parents were acting teachers, he took a circuitous route to the craft. He ran away from home at 15 to join the Dutch merchant navy; after returning to Amsterdam in 1962 he briefly studied acting, but exited school again for a stint in the army.

    Finally committing himself to the stage, he became a member of the touring experimental troupe Noorder Compagnie, in which he acted, directed and served as costume designer and translator for several years.

    His major break came in 1969 when Verhoeven cast him in the title role of “Floris,” an Ivanhoe-like knight who becomes embroiled in court intrigue upon his return from the Crusades. The show proved wildly popular, and Hauer reprised the part in a 1975 revival of the series, “Floris von Rosemund.”

    By that time, the steamy, affecting “Turkish Delight” had firmly established him as the Netherlands’ top B.O. attraction. He reunited with Verhoeven and his co-star van de Ven for the period drama “Katie Tippel” (1975); he renewed his collaboration with the director with the World War II saga “Soldier of Orange” (1977) and the bold contemporary drama “Spetters” (1980).

    Hauer made an almost immediate and intense impression as Batty in his sophomore American feature “Blade Runner,” an adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” He wrote his own dialog for the film’s climactic face-off with his adversary Ford. Though the film swiftly fell off screens, it remains a genre landmark today, in no small measure because of Hauer’s electrifying performance.

    Olmi’s “The Legend of the Holy Drinker” brought him possibly the best notices of his career, but it failed to attract great attention beyond art-house audiences, and Hauer soon became a familiar and prolific supporting player in a variety of genre pictures, several of which went direct to home video. He shot seven features in 2001 alone.

    He was active in social causes as an outspoken sponsor of the environmental organization Greenpeace and the founder the Starfish Association, a non-profit devoted to AIDS awareness.

    He is survived by his second wife of 50 years, Ineke ten Cate, and a daughter, actress Aysha Hauer, from his marriage to Heidi Merz.

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    RIP Rutger.

    He has another movie coming; it may be worth a watch:

    More than a couple of years ago, action icons Jackie Chan and Arnold Schwarzenegger made headlines when it was announced that they would be starring in a movie together. However, despite wrapping production back in 2017, the joint venture has yet to see the light of day. Fortunately, that's about to change.

    According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Mystery of the Dragon Seal: Journey to China is finally about to see the light of day in China and Russia, the two countries where the film was produced. The movie, which is actually a sequel to the 2014 Russian film Forbidden Empire, will be released simultaneously in Russia and China on August 16th. There hasn't been word yet as to whether it will be released theatrically in the United States or any other global markets.

    The movie was directed by Russian filmmaker Oleg Stepchenko, who also directed Forbidden Empire. After long shoots in Russia, China, and the U.K., production wrapped in February 2017. It's been on hold for the past two years, reportedly due to disputes between the joint producers.

    Forbidden Empire told the story of a British explorer in the 18th century, played by Jason Flemyng, who traveled east to find dark mysteries in the villages and forests of Ukraine. Journey to China will continue the explorer's story, adding the talents of Chan and Schwarzenegger.

    In the new film, the explorer is ordered by Peter the Great to map out the area east of Russia. On his journey he encounters a master wizard (Chan) and an "imposing" sea captain (Schwarzenegger).

    "Once again he sets out for a long journey full of incredible adventures that will eventually lead him to China. The cartographer will face many breathtaking discoveries, encounter bizarre creatures, meet with Chinese princesses, and confront deadly martial-arts masters and the Dragon King."

    The film also stars Charles Dance, Rutger Hauer, Anna Yao, and the Luu Brothers. It was previously known as Viy 2: Journey to China and Journey to China: The Mystery of the Iron Mask.

    https://comicbook.com/movies/2019/07...MfJHWtC9iaQDg8

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    Jeremy Kemp, 1935-2019

    The actor who played Robert Picard, Captain Picard's brother, has passed away.

    The veteran British actor Jeremy Kemp, who played Robert Picard in the fourth-season Star Trek: The Next Generation episode, "Family," has passed away at the age of 84. Robert was Jean-Luc Picard's estranged older brother, with whom he had a mud-covered reconciliation soon after Jean-Luc's assimilation by the Borg. Kemp, who was born Edmund Jeremy James Walker near Chesterfield, Derbyshire, died on July 19, according to The Guardian newspaper.

    Kemp's acting credits spanned six decades, from the 1960s to the 1990s. Among his dozens of films and television projects were Dr. Terror's House of Horrors, Z Cars, The Blue Max, The Seven-Per-Cent Solution, Space: 1999, The Winds of War, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Top Secret!, The Greatest American Hero, War and Remembrance, Four Weddings and a Funeral, and the series version of Conan the Adventurer, in which he portrayed Hissah Zul. Early in his career, Kemp acted on stage at the Old Vic and later he appeared in such plays as The Caretaker and Richard III.

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