Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will premiere on Tuesday, September 23 at 9:00 p.m. ET on ABC!
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"Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before."
"Intended to pick up where the original show left off, the web series “Star Trek Continues” has brought about a wave of nostalgic appreciation for the classic sci-fi show. After a successful Kickstarter campaign and now, with two full webisodes under its belt, the show, by producer/director/super fan/star Vic Mignogna, is ushering in brand-new voyages of the starship Enterprise."This is something that I think fans of the Star Trek franchise will definitely love. The details on the sets are simply incredible and you can really see from the behind-the-scenes video below that Vic Mignogna has a passion for the show that he will carry into this web series. Watch the video below to see what "Star Trek Continues" is all about. Enjoy!
"The movie has been in a state of limbo for a while. There was such an overpowering reaction to the footage, you sort of feel like, 'Oh, so we weren't crazy for our reasons for loving this character, for loving this role.' It's interesting to see the power of the Internet. It's awe-inspiring, actually," the actor told the Niagara Falls Review. "And it's neat that Twitter and Facebook and Instagram can move mountains when used in the right way."Now that a date has been set it looks like Fox has faith in the film and it is actually going to happen. Are you excited to see the merc with a mouth, aka Deadpool, hit the big screen?
"It’s beyond just another sequel, a prequel, another TV show. I'm thinking what does the whole brand mean to Sony?" he said. "What does Pixar and Star Wars mean to Disney? What does Marvel mean to Fox?"
He added that the focus must be "not just another movie or another TV show, but what’s the totality of it? The whole mythology from the beginning of their lives, the end of their lives. Ghostbusters at nine years old, Ghostbusters in high school."
Using the Ghostbusters car Ecto as an analogy, Aykroyd said that the entire concept was now sitting in the garage without paint, wheels, a motor or a transmission. "It’s up on blocks, it needs new electronics, new everything," he said. "That’s what we have to do. The whole vehicle of Ghostbusters has to be rebuilt. That’s the ambitious thinking that’s going on now. Taking on the model of Marvel where we take all of the elements that are in this movie and we put them out there as different ideas."If Sony is truly looking to expand the Ghostbusters universe to the size of Marvel or Star Wars then that is a very ambitious goal. Especially when you stop to think how long it has taken them to get to a third film. Then again, maybe this is the best time to re-brand the franchise? I just wouldn't want to see them over saturate the franchise and have it flop. As a lifelong fan I would ask them to be very careful when approaching this goal and to take their time to do it right.
""It's mostly Daleks, Cybermen, action figures, and all the DVDs," Ian tells RadioTimes.com. "I have all the Doctor Who annuals there have been, apart from the 1970 Jon Pertwee one which is hyper hyper rare! But it's a fortune on eBay. It's £225, whereas you can get the first Pertwee annual for £25!"
Ian adds to his collection mainly through eBay, although is constantly on the look out for a deal.
"If I'm out and about I'll usually be after bargains. So this morning I got a bargain in Tesco. I got a Dalek playset for £2.50, that was down from a tenner! I don't want to add up [how much I've spent]! Although if you miss something out years ago, patience can prevail. I got something last week produced in the '90s, a remote control Davros figure that was about £30/40, but I got it for £20.50, new in the box.""