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Twilight Zone art show at Gallery 1988

Posted by LiveFor on May 8, 2010

Gallery 1988 are having an exhibition of Twilight Zone inspired art and it looks like it could be epic.

More info on the Gallery 1988 website.

I love the one by Tom Whalen below from the episode “Nightmare at 20000 Feet.” The Shat is always good to watch.

Source: io9

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Spock! Did you eat the last Tribble?

Posted by LiveFor on August 5, 2009

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Harrison Ford, what are you doing?

Posted by LiveFor on July 7, 2009


Words fail me on this one. Think of a good caption and whack it in the comments.

Thanks to Tommy Salami for digging this up.

Check out this photo of Harrison looking a bit smarter and with some other familiar faces. Oh and his reaction here when William Shatner sings to George Lucas is priceless.

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T.J. Hooker is heading back to the streets

Posted by LiveFor on July 6, 2009

We’ve had Starsky & Hutch, Star Trek and The A-Team is in the works but now another programme from our youth is heading towards the big screen.

Chuck Russell (The Scorpion King, The Mask) is in talks to direct T.J. Hooker, an action comedy based on the 1982 TV series, with David Foster, Ryan Heppe and series creator Rick Husky set to produce.

According to Variety, the writing team of Brent Maddock and S.S. Wilson will script the story, which focuses on the relationship between the title character and his father.

No actors have been cast yet for the feature.

The TV series, produced by Aaron Spelling, debuted in 1982 on ABC and ran for five seasons, the last on CBS. William Shatner starred as a no-nonsense patrol sergeant, with Adrian Zmed, Heather Locklear, Richard Herd and James Darren as co-stars.

“The series was the poster child for cop TV shows in the 1980s with great stunts, so we think there’s a fun movie to be made from it,”
Heppe said.

I can’t say whether I was a big fan of Hooker. It was one of those shows I remember as a kid, but could take it or leave it.

How do you feel about a T.J. Hooker film? Who could play T.J.? Chris Pine maybe.

I’m holding out for a Quantum Leap film.

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Khan – Mantra, war cry? You decide

Posted by LiveFor on June 2, 2009

Last week Machine Project in Echo Park showed Daniel Martinco‘s “15-minute meticulously re-spliced creation in a never-ending loop that transforms a moment” from Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan “into one of anguish (or snickering for the the audience) into a meditation, maybe even a mantra. This below clip “doesn’t begin to do justice to the size, sound and hypnotic power of the real thing.” — from an LA Weekly piece that appeared last Thursday.

Source: Hollywood Elsewhere

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Khan – Mantra, war cry? You decide

Posted by LiveFor on June 2, 2009

Last week Machine Project in Echo Park showed Daniel Martinco‘s “15-minute meticulously re-spliced creation in a never-ending loop that transforms a moment” from Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan “into one of anguish (or snickering for the the audience) into a meditation, maybe even a mantra. This below clip “doesn’t begin to do justice to the size, sound and hypnotic power of the real thing.” — from an LA Weekly piece that appeared last Thursday.

Source: Hollywood Elsewhere

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Star Trek: The Original Series with new Star Trek’s lens flare

Posted by LiveFor on May 13, 2009

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How would Shatner have appeared in J.J. Abrams Star Trek?

Posted by LiveFor on May 12, 2009

As we all know, William Shatner turned down the chance to have a cameo in the new Star Trek film as he didn’t think it was a big enough part for him. Fair enough. That’s his opinion, but it may have been a mistake on his part.

io9 spoke to the Star Trek writers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci and asked them about how Shatner’s Kirk would have appeared in the film. There may be spoilers ahead.

Orci: We wrote it, it was in the script.

Kurtzman: The very last scene when Spock and Spock meet each other, finally. And elder Spock is convincing young Spock that he couldn’t interfere, because it would have diverted [Kirk and Spock] away from their friendship. And that their friendship is the key to the whole sort of shebang.

Orci: He gave him a recorded message from Kirk.

Kurtzman: He [elder Spock] said, “Don’t take my word for it.” And he handed him [younger Spock] a little holographic device and it projected Shatner. It was basically a Happy Birthday wish knowing that Spock was going to go off to Romulus, and Kirk would probably be dead by the time…

Orci: It turned into a voiceover, at the end of the movie.

Kurtzman: So It was a nod too, but it ultimately felt like a cameo, in a way that wasn’t.

Would Shatner’s appearance have added to the film?

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William Shatner – Sabotaage

Posted by LiveFor on May 11, 2009

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Kirk meets Kirk

Posted by LiveFor on May 6, 2009

What happens when Chris Pine met William Shatner for the first time?

The date of the meeting was April 25, 2009.

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