SadCAST- Episode 11 Shownotes – News and Reviews
1st October 2006 at 7:26 pm #40949SadGeezerKeymaster
George Takei has agreed to play his Star Trek character, Hikaru Sulu, in an episode of the fan-produced Star Trek: New Voyages Web films, the Associated Press reported.
James Cawley, a fan who lives in nearby Ticonderoga, has financed 15 years of such Star Trek episodes from his earnings as an Elvis impersonator and plays Capt. James T. Kirk in this episode. Cawley told the AP that the episode will be released in March as a free Internet download from his Web site.
Rewiews of Stargate SG1 and Atlantis
Doug Jones will provide performance and movement references for the Silver Surfer in the upcoming sequel film The Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer. Jones will take part in a process similar to that in which Andy Serkis portrayed Gollum in the Lord of the Rings trilogy. The voice casting of Silver Surfer has yet to be determined, the trade paper reported.
Jones is widely known for his performance and mime-like work under prosthetics. He has become a regular player in the oeuvre of director Guillermo del Toro, who previously cast Jones in 1997’s Mimic and 2004’s Hellboy. Jones also co-stars in del Toro’s upcoming Pan’s Labyrinth, in dual roles as Pan and the villainous Pale Man. Labyrinth is set to open Dec. 29.
Spaceballs – the TV show!
On the strength of its enduring success on DVD and cable, MGM TV has commissioned and Comcast’s G4 will broadcast next fall an animated version of Mel Brooks’ Spaceballs (1987). The order is for a one-hour pilot and 13 half-hour installments from animation studio Berliner Film Companie. Brooks himself has co-written the pilot episode with Thomas Meehan and will provide the voices for two characters he did in the film, President Skroob and Yogurt.
Dead Zone Revived
(Ryan) USA Network has ordered sixth season of 13 episodes of the show about Anthony Michael Hall’s paranormal abilities. This will likely be the last season.
Shock Horror! – Evil Dead Musical
The Evil Dead is to be made a musical showing on Broadway!
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