Generations of "Star Trek" fans will flock to New York City to celebrate the 50 years of the timeless sci-fi franchise. Reports say that "Star Trek" is the most enduring science fiction film and television franchise and this three-day convention marks its supremacy in pop culture all over the U.S.
This extended celebration is part of "Star Trek's" mission to honor the cast, crew, and people who have made this series possible. Aside from "Star Trek Mission: New York", it was also reported that there will be conventions in Las Vegas. A much-awaited 100-city tour, which will include concerts, performance of a live symphony orchestra, art exhibits, and other activities is also in order. It actually started at the Comic-Con 2016 in San Diego a few months ago.
Some events related to the golden celebration have been launched, such as the Starfleet Academy Experience at the Intrepid Museum in New York and the restoration of the original model of the U.S.S. Enterprise at the Smithsonian Institution. more >>
The bestseller book "The Girl on the Train" is now expected to hit cinemas on October. Written by Paula Hawkins, the book has stayed at the number one spot as the bestselling book in New York for thirteen weeks.
The Making of the Film
There's an interesting detail about how the movie was born. By the time it hit bookstore shelves, screenwriter Erin Cressida Wilson already turned in a copy of the screenplay to Dreamworks Pictures. Then, producer Marc Platt immediately obtained the rights for the movie. more >>
Former Playboy cover model and 1990s sex symbol Pamela Anderson has come out against pornography, referring to its use as a harmful addiction.
In an op-ed co-authored by social commentator and Orthodox Rabbi Shmuley Boteach for The Wall Street Journal, Anderson pointed to the most recent sexting scandal of former Congressman Anthony Weiner.
"If anyone still had doubts about the addictive dangers of pornography, Anthony Weiner should have put [them to rest] with his repeated, self-sabotaging sexting," wrote Anderson and Boteach earlier this week. more >>
With Fall coming and the weather getting chilly, hitting the couch and relaxing in front of the television is the way to go. Now get ready to kill your hours as we give you the latest new shows available for you to watch on Netflix.
Headlined by Brad Pitt, and directed by Oscar-winning director Alejandro González Iñárritu, this drama film features four interrelated stories. The unorthodox sequencing and editing of scenes continuously break the fast-paced intense emotions of the film, which takes the viewer to different places and times. more >>
Beauty and the Beast fanatics woke up with a lot of news about the upcoming Disney live-action remake Thursday.
Co-Producer Jack Morrissey released a youtube link on Facebook containing the bonus clip from Beauty and the Beast's Live Action Sneak Peek.
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World-renowned ministry Hillsong has released a clip for its highly-anticipated feature film "Let Hope Rise." The film will chronicle the spectacular rise of the prominent Australia-based band, Hillsong UNITED.
In the 40-second clip the leader of Hillsong United, Joel Houston, shares about loving others and being honest about faith and the importance of the cross and allowing people to see it for what it is. He maintained that Christians are called to open their arms and love others.
"That's honestly what the Gospel is all about," he said. more >>