If you aren't sick to death of disaster movies where millions of people die through no fault of their own, then have we got good news for you! Another natural disaster movie is on its way, and a writer has just been hired to make sure millions die in dramatic, and cinematic fashion.
Fans of FOX's cult Friday night sci-fi series 'Fringe' have long counted themselves lucky that the show made it through a full fourth season, let alone that it was granted an additional 13 episodes for a fifth season to close the show. Now, there's a bit of troublesome news to report behind the scenes for the upcoming season 5, but one that J.J. Abrams assures won't impact the show. Either way, there's going to be a shift in the writing talent for 'Fringe's final season, so how will it affect the story?
To those who mock 'Star Trek' he's the epitome of the original series' low budget badness. To fans, he is a mighty reptilian warrior whose brawn was bested by Kirk's brain on one of the best episodes of television ever.
He is The Gorn! And, if the news out of E3 is any indication, he may be in the upcoming 'Star Trek' sequel.
The most surprising thing about Paramount acquiring the rights to Jonathan Tropper's novel 'One Last Thing Before I Go' is not the price tag (a million bucks is pretty normal for a Hollywood bidding war) nor the fact that the book won't even be on shelves until August (countless books have been optioned prior to release). It's the fact that JJ Abrams, known to most audiences for dabbling in science fiction and action, will be producing this "...moving, funny look at one broken family's attempt to reconnect -- without destroying each other in the process."