If watching people watch computers is your idea of fun, you are going to love Geostorm.
For the past few years, we’ve been hearing rumblings about an environmentally centered science fiction disaster film called Geostorm, starring Gerard Butler and directed by Independence Day and Stargate producer Dean Devlin. But it sounds like we hadn’t even heard the half of it.
As a fan of the Stargate TV universe, which the proposed new Stargate movies were definitely going to remove from canon, I’m okay with this. Especially seeing how the same team did with Independence Day: Resurgence.
Dean Devlin, writer of Stargate and producer of Independence Day, is going to produce and direct Countdown, about a boy who turns to NASA to save his dying father.
Originally, Independence Day was just a generic alien invasion flick, until its makers picked a release date designed to get their movie into theaters before Mars Attacks! Then Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin did what we’d all do with that: theme the whole movie around that date.
We’ve known that Roland Emmerich has been planning on continuing his 1994 film Stargate for a while, but while chatting with the press about Independence Day: Resurgence, he and producer Dean Devlin have been dropping some more hints about what’s next for the franchise.
It looks like Stargate is about to lose its status as one of the major movie franchises that have never been rebooted. Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin are officially returning to the world of Stargate with a "re-imagined" trilogy of films.
New scifi thriller Blank Slate delves into the minds of the undead. The TNT miniseries follows a team of FBI agents as they attempt to solve crimes by putting the memories of the deceased into the minds of the living. Actress Lisa Brenner (The Pledge) plays Anne, a young woman with amnesia who works with Sullican…