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WATCH: “The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder” Trailer

The … Proud … Family … what?! The official first full-length trailer for The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder has arrived! The trailer for The Proud Family reboot sees our favorite animated family with a fresh new look, but up to the same old shenanigans we grew to love them for in the original series. And almost all of the original cast has returned—Kyla Pratt (Penny Proud), Tommy Davidson (Oscar Proud), Paula Jai Parker (Trudy Proud), Jo Marie Payton (Suga Mama), Karen Malina White (Dijonay Jo...
Tags: Videos, TV, Gabrielle Union, Disney, Oscar, Pop Culture, Jazz, Randall, Disney Channel, Penny, Zachary Quinto, Don, Pratt, Trudy, Cedric, Billy Porter

Every Star Trek Movie Ranked Worst To Best

"Star Trek" is easily one of the most influential science fiction franchises in history. Over half a century in, the saga's optimistic vision of the future continues to inspire new generations of storytellers. When Gene Roddenberry's original series debuted in 1966, its sci-fi mythology of a future where mankind has moved past racism, sexism, and bigotry was an absolute game changer. Not only was "Star Trek" progressive in a social sense, but the invented elements preceded real developments in s...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, California, San Francisco, Earth, Star Trek, United States, Spock, Chris Hemsworth, Meyer, Khan, Shakespeare, Patrick Stewart, William Shatner, Tom Hardy, Kelvin

The 20 Best American Horror Story Villains Ranked

"American Horror Story" has been running for an incredible 10 seasons so far, and in those 10 seasons the stylish, boundary-pushing horror anthology series has offered plenty of scares, and more than its fair share of memorable villains. We've had macabre medical professionals, killer clowns, carnivorous countesses, wicked witches, naughty nuns, and pretty much every kind of nasty creature you can think of. There are far too many to list, but it never hurts to try. So, we're going to do just tha...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, America, Los Angeles, Earth, Chicago, Bette Davis, Jessica Lange, Vatican, New Orleans, Angela Bassett, Ryan Murphy, American Horror Story, Edward, Constance

Everything We Know About Invincible Season 2 So Far

Everywhere you look, a new superhero story awaits. The earnest Marvel heroes, the gritty DC villains and now, everything in between. Amazon Prime Video has never been one to shy away from the superhero craze, with adaptations of "The Tick" and "The Boys" building up a sizable audience — but with the first season of "Invincible," the streamer really made a splash. "Invincible" follows teenager Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun), son of the most-powerful superhero on the planet, Nolan Grayson aka Omni-Man...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, Mahershala Ali, Earth, Walton Goggins, Mars, Nolan, Cecil, Amazon Prime Video, Zachary Quinto, Ezra Miller, Mark, Bennett, Allen, Rick

13 Shows Like Manifest You Can Binge Watch Right Now

"Manifest" struck such a chord with so many people that, when it was cancelled after its 3rd season, viewers fought to bring the show back. As such, fans were elated at the news that Netflix plans to bring the series back for a 4th, and final, season. But what is it that makes "Manifest" such a special show? Well, it debuted on NBC in 2018 and became a sensation almost overnight. "Manifest" follows a group of people who board an airplane together; when they land, they're shocked to discover that...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Nbc, Mahershala Ali, Abc, Fbi, Fox, Netflix, Sydney, Cbs, Jordan, New Mexico, Cia, Jennifer Garner

11 Spielberg Projects We Never Saw But Wish We Could've

Most filmmakers are lucky if they end their career with just one classic on their resume, but Steven Spielberg has made upwards of a dozen. Spielberg has a versatility that is unparalleled among his contemporaries. Whether it's adventure, drama, comedy, historical period piece, science fiction, fantasy, or animation, he's done it, and likely done it well.He's also one of the most prolific working filmmakers with 32 feature films released. Taking time and care to select each project, Spielberg ha...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Kentucky, Iraq, Michael Bay, Disney, Dc Comics, Munich, United States, Selma, Ford, Paris, Jurassic Park, Anne Hathaway, Josh Brolin, Lincoln

SF Book Review – Part 38: The Long Winter and Moar

I’m still catching up with recent SF reading and I figure it’s best to get this out before the Six Weeks of Halloween revs up. This post covers stuff I read from June right up until last week, so we’re pretty much caught up. Naturally, we’ll cover some horror books during the 6WH, so it may be a while before returning to SF proper. Anywho, let’s get to it: First up is the Long Winter Trilogy: Winter World, by A.G. Riddle – A new, inexplicable ice age has descended upon earth. Desperate...
Tags: Science Fiction, Movies, Earth, Mars, Jason, Wilson, Riddle, Zachary Quinto, Diane, Tyler, John Scalzi, MOAR, Peter Clines, Scalzi, Jack Mcdevitt, Blake Crouch

Every J.J. Abrams Film Ranked From Worst To Best

J.J. Abrams has been an influential figure in the entertainment industry since his youth. Inspired by his prominent television producer father, Gerald W. Abrams, the young film buff was mentored by Steven Spielberg, and flexed his creative instincts as screenwriter of '90s hits like "Forever Young," "Regarding Henry," and "Armageddon."In the late '90s and early '00s, Abrams dominated television by creating the highly popular shows "Felicity," "Alias," and "Lost." Combining complex storylines and...
Tags: Movies, Slashfilm

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Teaser Breakdown: Who's Who On New (Old) Starship Enterprise

The widely-heralded Star Trek Day had fans, "Trek" icons, and the creative talents behind the most recent shows all joining together to celebrate the beloved sci-fi franchise. Though fans had to wait most of the day to get to the really juicy bits of breaking news, we finally received our first look at the "Star Trek: Discovery" spin-off, "Strange New Worlds."In Season 2 of "Discovery," we were introduced to the original original crew of the legendary starship Enterprise before Captain James T. ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Star Trek, Spock, Khan, William Shatner, Rebecca Romijn, Leonard Nimoy, Nichols, Zachary Quinto, Gene Roddenberry, Zoe Saldana, Kirk, J J Abrams, James T Kirk, Fontana

Here's What Happened To The Cast Of Heroes

Tim Kring intended for "Heroes" to have a shifting cast. That was a sensible impulse: The show -- which aired on NBC from 2006-2010 -- concerned ordinary people who discover they have superhuman abilities. If the series' primary thrust was proving how extraordinary an average human could be, casting a fresh batch of actors each season seems like a prudent way to drive the theme home -- and to discover new breakout stars in the process.Except it wasn't. The original cast of "Heroes" proved so pop...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Nbc, Obama, Reese Witherspoon, Abc, Stephen King, America, Barack Obama, Chicago, Mtv, Spock, Showtime, Nashville

New ‘Star Trek’ Movie Coming From ‘WandaVision’ Director Matt Shakman

Hot on the heels of the news that WandaVision scored a whopping 23 Emmy nominations comes a little piece of info that may be of interest to Star Trek fans. Paramount Pictures and J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions have reportedly beamed up Matt Shakman, who helmed all eight episodes of WandaVision, to direct the next Star Trek movie. Deadline reports that the next Star Trek film “will now move at warp speed and begin production next spring.” There is already a script in place by Lindsey Beer...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Star Trek, Spock, Quentin Tarantino, Paramount Pictures, Noah Hawley, Chris, Tarantino, Star Trek Beyond, Zachary Quinto, Chris Pine, Kirk, Pine, Hawley

Jacob Elordi, Zachary Quinto Thriller ‘He Went That Way’ Sells to SquareOne in Germany (EXCLUSIVE)

The bidding for forthcoming road-trip thriller “He Went That Way,” which boasts an eye-catching lead duo of “Euphoria” star Jacob Elordi and Zachary Quinto, is already hotting up. Variety has learned exclusively that the German distribution rights were snapped up by SquareOne Entertainment ahead of the Cannes virtual film market. Negotiations for other territories are under […]
Tags: Germany, Global, Cannes, Zachary Quinto, Jacob Elordi, SquareOne Entertainment, SquareOne, Jacob Elordi Zachary Quinto

Disney+’s The Proud Family Revival Adds Zachary Quinto & Billy Porter

As production continues on The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder, Disney+ has announced that Star Trek alum Zachary Quinto and Emmy winner Billy Porter along with EJ Johnson (Rich Kids of Beverly Hills) have officially joined the original cast of the upcoming animated family sitcom revival of The Proud Family. The series is slated to debut sometime in 2022, which would be 17 years after the original sitcom concluded its run on Disney Channel. Quinto and Porter are set to portray the roles of Ran...
Tags: Family, Comedy, TV, Movies, Disney, Star Trek, Beverly Hills, TV News, Streaming, Johnson, Randall, Paramount, Disney Channel, Bébé, Penny, Disney Television Animation

‘Proud Family’ Revival at Disney Plus Adds Billy Porter, Zachary Quinto and EJ Johnson

“The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder” at Disney Plus expanded its cast with the addition of Billy Porter, Zachary Quinto and EJ Johnson. The role will be a pivot for Johnson, who has cemented himself in the world of reality and unscripted television on shows like “Rich Kids of Beverly Hills,” “Red Table Talk” and […]
Tags: News, Disney, Johnson, Zachary Quinto, Billy Porter, EJ Johnson, The Proud Family: Louder And Prouder, Billy Porter Zachary Quinto, Rich Kids of Beverly Hills Red Table Talk

After Mysterious New Star Trek Movie Is Announced, Zachary Quinto Reveals Original Cast's Feelings On A Sequel

Zachary Quinto spoke about the cast's feelings on returning for another Star Trek sequel.
Tags: Religion, Zachary Quinto

The City of Boston Declares March 26 to Be Leonard Nimoy Day

Honestly, we should be thankful every day that Leonard Nimoy existed and brought to life an iconic (beautiful, wonderful, magnificent, handsome) character like Spock. But the city of Boston is going one step further and dedicating a whole day to the Star Trek actor, declaring March 26 to be Leonard Nimoy Day. The Boston Globe reports that outgoing Mayor Martin J. Walsh has designated March 26 to be Leonard Nimoy Day in Boston “ to honor the West End native’s contribution to the arts in roles...
Tags: Movies, Boston, Star Trek, Spock, Moon, West End, Leonard Nimoy, Zachary Quinto, Boston University, Boston College, J J Abram, Martin J Walsh, Vulcan, Julie Nimoy, Nimoy, Spock Nimoy

Invincible Would Like to Introduce You to the Concept of Daddy Issues

You can immediately feel the work that went into making Amazon’s new animated Invincible series feel like a tonally-accurate adaptation of the source material that highlights the show’s stellar cast. But the show arrives at a time when stories like the original comic and other narratives it drew inspiration from have…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Comics, Science, Mahershala Ali, Albums, Harley Quinn, Seth Rogen, Nolan, Mae Whitman, Mark Hamill, Omni, Zachary Quinto, Ezra Miller, Debbie, Lauren Cohan, Gillian Jacobs

A New ‘Star Trek’ Movie is Coming From ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Writer Kalinda Vazquez

Star Trek may be powering up its film franchise once again with the help of a Star Trek: Discovery writer. Discovery writer Kalinda Vazquez, who is actually named after a character from a Star Trek: The Original Series episode, is writing a screenplay for a new Star Trek movie for Paramount Pictures and J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot. But whether that movie will reunite the cast of Abrams’ Star Trek films, expand the Discovery franchise, or be an entirely new story altogether is up in the air. Deadl...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Star-Trek, Justin Lin, Quentin Tarantino, Paramount Pictures, Noah Hawley, Kelvin, Paramount, Zachary Quinto, Chris Pine, Abrams, George R R Martin, Vazquez, Brian K Vaughan, Kalinda

The Nerd's Watch: The Best Sci-Fi and Fantasy Streaming in March

Viewers are turning to streaming entertainment more than ever thanks to the global pandemic, and the plethora of services—Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Disney+, and HBO Max—can serve as a much-needed escape. At the start of each month, most streamers do a little shuffle, adding new movies and taking some away—and io9 is here…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Science, Mahershala Ali, The Walking Dead, California, Tim Burton, Roald Dahl, Disney, Companies, Netflix, Walton Goggins, Bill Murray, Sandra Bullock, Seth Rogen

Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Star Trek’ Script is Inspired By His Love for Chris Pine

Quentin Tarantino approached his fabled R-rated Star Trek script like any of us would: by taking inspiration from his love for Chris Pine. The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood director is not-so-secretly a fan of Pine’s depiction of Captain Kirk in the J.J. Abrams Star Trek movies, and the result is a Star Trek script that has “so much fun” with Kirk, according to Tarantino’s co-screenwriter Mark L. Smith. Here’s another update for you on Tarantino’s R-rated Star Trek movie that will definitely...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Sci-fi, Star-Trek, Mtv, Quentin-Tarantino, William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, Chris, Tarantino, Zachary Quinto, Chris-Pine, Kirk, Pine, SFX, Mark L Smith

‘Invincible’ Animated Series Adds Mahershala Ali, Jon Hamm, Ezra Miller, Djimon Hounsou & More

Amazon Prime is turning the Skybound/Image comic book series Invincible by Robert Kirkman into an animated series that will arrive next year. Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead) stars as 17-year old Mark Grayson, who just so happens to be the son of the most powerful superhero on the planet, Omni-Man (J.K. Simmons). As he begins to discover his own superpowers, he learns that his father may not be the clean-cut superhero that he seems to be. The first Invincible trailer arrived earlier this year alo...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, Mahershala Ali, Casting, Animation, Jon Hamm, Brazil, J.K. Simmons, Mark Hamill, Zachary Quinto, Ezra Miller, Allen, Gillian Jacobs, Jonathan Groff, Robert Kirkman

The Prom: First Look Photos for Ryan Murphy’s Netflix Musical Comedy

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Prom: First Look Photos for Ryan Murphy’s Netflix Musical Comedy New first look photos for Ryan Murphy’s Netflix musical comedy The Prom has been released, featuring Meryl Streep, Kerry Washington, James Corden, Andrew Rannells, and more (via The Hollywood Reporter). Based on the hit Broadway musical and inspired by a true story, you can check out the photos for the feature now in the gallery below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = P...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Indiana, Fox, Netflix, Streaming, Ryan Murphy, Sarah Paulson, Ewan McGregor, Zachary Quinto, Martin, Murphy, Tony, Golden Globe, Bob Martin, Matt Bomer

‘The Boys In The Band’ Still Has A Lot To Say About Gay Men’s Lives In 2020

Joe Mantello's adaptation of the seminal queer drama, starring Jim Parsons and Zachary Quinto, hit Netflix last week.
Tags: News, Netflix, Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Joe Mantello

Jeffrey Dahmer Limited Series in the Works From Netflix & Ryan Murphy

Jeffrey Dahmer Limited Series in the Works From Netflix & Ryan Murphy According to Deadline, Netflix has officially given a series order to Ryan Murphy’s newest limited series titled Monster which will center around one of America’s most notorious serial killers, Jeffrey Dahmer, who is infamously known for the brutal murders of 17 men and boys. In addition, Oscar-nominee Richard Jenkins has also signed on for the role of Dahmer’s father Lionel, who was the one that taught the killer at a youn...
Tags: TV, Movies, America, Netflix, Richard Jenkins, TV News, Wisconsin, Streaming, David Tennant, Ryan Murphy, Ewan McGregor, Zachary Quinto, Lionel, Dahmer, Jeffrey Dahmer, Scott Robertson

Star Trek’s Zachary Quinto Gives Realistic Update About Possible Fourth Movie

Will the J.J. Abrams franchise live long and prosper?
Tags: Religion, Zachary Quinto

Zachary Quinto on the New Global Reach of ‘Boys in the Band’ and His Decision to Come Out as Gay

Zachary Quinto has never seen William Friedkin’s 1970 big-screen adaptation of “The Boys in the Band,” based on Mart Crowley’s play about a group of gay men who gather in a New York apartment for their friend Harold’s birthday. You’d think he would have by now. Not only did he play Harold in the 2018 […]
Tags: New York, News, Podcasts, Netflix, Zachary Quinto, Harold, William Friedkin, Mart Crowley, The Boys in the Band, The Big Ticket

Star Trek's Zachary Quinto Talks the Kelvin Timeline's Film Future

Netflix’s series may have finally landed some key players. A Lord of the Rings reunion is on the way for The Boys. Thomas Jane...vampire hunter? Plus updates on Evil Dead Rise, Lost in Space, Locke & Key, and more. Spooky spoilers today!Read more...
Tags: Science, Netflix, Sandman, Sweet Tooth, Zachary Quinto, Riverdale, Thomas Jane, Beast, The Powerpuff Girls, The Boys, Star Trek 4, Slayers, Lost In Space, Locke and Key, Nightbreed, Hubie Halloween

Why ‘The Boys in the Band’ Still Resonates After 50 Years

Five years ago, Charlie Carver, who appears in the upcoming Netflix film “The Boys in the Band,” was at an Emmy party when a gay man he worked with chastised him three separate times for acting too effeminate. “I was told that I needed to ‘get it under control’ around people in the business,” Carver […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Charlie Carver, Zachary Quinto, Boys In The Band

‘The Boys in the Band’ Review: Jim Parsons and Zachary Quinto Find the Relevance of the Datedness in the New Netflix Version

There are plenty of dramas that look different with time, but it’s the peculiar fate of “The Boys in the Band,” Mart Crowley’s groundbreaking 1968 play, to have been so buffeted by changing times that the play keeps changing its identity. At this point, in fact, I’d say that there are five stages of “The […]
Tags: Reviews, Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Mart Crowley, The Boys in the Band

‘The Boys in the Band’ Trailer: Ryan Murphy Brings a Beloved Broadway Play to Netflix

In 1968, playwright Mart Crowley made history when he premiered the Off-Broadway play The Boys in the Band, a drama that revolves around a group of gay men who gather for a birthday party in New York City. Hailed as a groundbreaking portrayal of gay life, the play was adapted into a feature film directed by William Friedkin in 1970, which was also considered a milestone in queer cinema as one of the first major American films to revolve around gay characters. Now, following a Tony-winning Broad...
Tags: Movies, Drama, New York City, Gay, Netflix, Stage, Broadway, Movie Trailers, Ryan Murphy, Charlie Carver, Murphy, Harold, Tony, Andrew Rannells, Matt Bomer, Joe Mantello