Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Dominic Monaghan and Marsha Thomason are finally getting their turns being back on TV. Dom, of course, gets his turn to add to the mystery of "Flash Forward" Thursday night on ABC, and Marsha Thomason (Naomi) is joining the cast of "General Hospital." According to SoapNet, her as-of-yet unnamed character will appear opposite James Franco when he joins the cast in November.
Here is a link to order the very cool Season 5 Dharma Initiation Kit on Blu-Ray DVD. Not only does it feature Season 5 of Lost in hi-def, it includes all kinds of Dharma materials, including an "initiation" box, folder, and paperwork. There's a VHS tape of the instructional videos used in the show, and the DVDs all come in "floppy disc" style slip covers. The goodie-filled set also comes in a regular DVD version (see below) and hits the same day as the regular DVD sets, on December 8.
Put this in the "What the?" file. In a recent interview, Evangeline Lilly said people should do their part to save the earth by not having babies. Instead, they should try adopting and not add to overpopulation. Now, I support adoption and feel more people should use it, but who is NOT going have a baby because they think it might be the kid that breaks Mama Earth's back? Of course, Lilly says she would like to have one kid of her own and then adopt others. Hey! Why does she get to have a kid!?! Has she spent too much time in the Hawaii sun?
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Monday, October 19, 2009
There's a good chance most Locke fans haven't seen Terry O'Quinn in the 80's thriller "The Stepfather." If you're not a fan of horror films, then stay away. They are rated "R" and will probably freak you out when you watch the next episode of Lost. With the new version of "The Stepfather" in theaters now, however, I thought some might want to revisit the original, superior version.
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Tuesday, October 6, 2009
J.J.'s reboot of "Star Trek" has officially ended its theatrical run as the most successful film in the series. With a gross of $385 million worldwide, it surpassed the earnings of all other "Trek" movies, even when the numbers are adjusted for inflation. The movie hits DVD in November.