Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions have just released the first photo of Dani Ramos (Natalia Reyes), Grace (Mackenzie Davis) and Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) from their in-production sequel to James Cameron’s Terminator movies.
They look pretty capable – as in, don’t get on their bad sides…
Fan favorite Linda Hamilton is joining Syfy’s Defiance (Thursdays, 8/7C) in a key recurring role as Pilar McCawley. Wife to Rafe McCawley and mother of their three children, Pilar is returning home after several years in a mental institution. Her motive for returning is unclear.
Defiance returns Thursday, June 19th. For more details, check out the press release after the jump.
Linda Hamilton, the original Sarah Connor from the Terminator movies, will star as a U.S. Navy Admiral aboard an aircraft carrier that battles an ancient monster in the Bermuda Triangle.
When Air force One goes down over the Bermuda Triangle, the navy sends in its best rescue team. Unfortunately, in attempting to rescue the President, they wake something up… Bermuda Tentacles premieres on Saturday, April 12th (9/8C). Check out the press release after the jump.
Timothy Dalton – the Bond who was cool enough to play Rassilon on Doctor Who – makes his first American TV appearance in over thirty years on… Chuck! Dalton has just signed to play a mysterious stranger who has a history with Chuck’s heretofore unseen mom [the previously cast Linda Hamilton]!
If you want to watch something a little different from your average Hollywood Blockbuster, or want a night off from playing online games at http://www.poker.dk, then you might want to take a look at some of these lesser known titles. Beginning this week, I’ll be looking at B-movies, unheralded re-releases and direct-to-video releases on a roughly weekly basis. Let’s start with Australian indie Gabriel [archangels versus fallen], Outpost [a new form of scientifically created undead], Rowan Atkinson Live! [he’s way more than Black Adder or Mr. Bean], Sands of Oblivion [archaeologists searching for buried movie sets], and Black Moon Rising [an early Tommy Lee Jones heist flick].