Twenty years ago, the nations of the Earth joined together to defeat the alien threat – destroying the alien mothership in the process. Unfortunately, the aliens got off a distress call before being destroyed.
Now an even greater threat arrives in the form of an even larger mothership. Can Earth’s forces – even with reverse-engineered alien technology bolstering them – face this new threat?
Check out the first, ever so slightly ominous first trailer for Roland Emmerich’s Independence Day: Resurgence following the jump. Independence Day: Resurgence will be in theaters on June24, 2016.
Once again, Johnny Depp shows his talent for slipping completely into a character. What a shame that this character is almost completely unnoteworthy.
Mortdecai (the movie) wants to be a knowing send up of sixties caper movies, espionage thrillers and, possibly, the superb BBC series Lovejoy. Instead, it’s Johnny Depp plays the worst of Mr. Bean – in a Rolls.
When the news came out that four of the five leads of Law & Order: Criminal Intent were leaving the show, it left a lot of fans puzzled and furious. The season premiere of the series, tomorrow night [USA, 10/9C], will probably incite riots among a certain faction of those fans. Although Julianne Nicholson has already gone, Loyalty, Part 1 features one of the other three departures [the other two will leave in next week’s Loyalty, Part2] and it will be a shocker.
While teleconference Q&A sessions can never really take the place of one-on-one interviews. they do have one big advantage – if someone preceeding you in the queue asks a question you might never have considered, it can change your approach and the results can be very interesting – especially when the Q&A session is with Law & Order: Criminal Intent’s [USA, Tuesdays, 10/9C] Jeff Goldblum and the subject is the show’s ninth-season premiere. Big changes are afoot and Mr. Goldblum approached them with his usual goodwill, forthrightness, wit and intelligence.
Yesterday, Jeff Goldblum took a half-hour out of his busy shooting day to talk with a number of bloggers/journalists about his role as Detective Zach Nichols on the new season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent [USA, Sundays, 9/8C]. Goldblum, it turns out, is as intelligent and intuitive as his character.
Also taking part in the Q&Q session were: Jamie Ruby [Media Blvd], Jamie Steinberg [Starry Constellation], Julie Kissane [popculturemadness.com], Christine Nyholm [Examiner], Joshua Fulghum [totallyher.com], Troy Rogers [thedeadbolt.com], and Zach Oat [televisionwithoutpity.com].