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Now that filming has officially begun on season two of Star Trek: Discovery, we thought we’d recap what we’ve learned about the new season so far. Thanks to recent interviews, casting announcements, convention appearances, and the big Discovery WonderCon panel, a picture of what we can expect for season two is stating to emerge. Head to TrekMovie.com (link in bio) to see it all. (Possible #spoilers )
We’ll learn more about Saru and the Kelpiens
On the season finale of After Trek, the showrunners said we’d see more Kelpiens, and then speaking at WonderCon, Aaron Harberts spoke about Saru specifically:
You will learn more about Saru this season. We had to lay some pipe early in episode 2 [of season one]. What are those threat ganglia. What do they do? What do they represent in the Terran Empire and a lot of that stuff will fold back in when we are back on the air.
The 45th film in my favourites series is an adult #fairytale#fantasy film that fulfilled this idea better than any case I have seen so far. It is #panslabyrinth directed by #guillermodeltoro and starring #ivanabaquero#dougjones#sergilopez#maribelverdu and #ariadnagil amongst others
The twisting of a civil war and a child's mind is genius. The horrors of the world begin to leak into an active imagination, and we ultimately see how a young girl begins to face the world in her own way. The magic is pure but the nightmares are gruesome. In the real world, nothing is happy here. We must follow Ophelia to find any sort of hope at first.
As the film progresses and things start to turn, they begin to change for Ophelia as well. Her Shangri la is shifting into a private hell. Her family is struggling and dissipating. It is a difficult watch that you still feel the need to cling on to in hopes that Ophelia will be crowned in her kingdom to be.
The ending is a great example of bittersweet especially because of its ambiguity. Do we believe in magic, or do we trust reality? What decision will make the devastation easier? That choice bestowed upon us by Del Toro is masterful, and hoists Pans Labyrinth into an echelon of greats.
I also own a different copy of this before I was given this criterion copy by @merzybean and @twigbean thank you both!
#tbt Second time I met Doug Jones. First time working on a web series episode in his presence.
Here he was wondering around SDDC in 2015. He thought my elf ears were super cute so he's playing with them in the picture. Super talented actor and creature actor!
#QuéCurioso 🎬 Además de ser la primera película de fantasía de habla no inglesa en ser nominada a los #Oscars . El film de Guillermo del Toro consiguió ser aplaudida por al rededor de 20 minutos en el Festival de #Cannes .
La #pelicula fue censurada en #Malasia debido a alto contenido violento que posee. Por esta razón, el estreno en #Mexico contó con avisos en los #posters sobre la violencia gráfica que contiene para evitar que los niños la vieran.
La producción de esta cinta estuvo a cargo de Guillermo del Toro, además de escribirla y dirigirla, logrando unirse a la lista de películas de habla hispana con una propuesta ambiciosa con producción de peso, teniendo a Doug Jones como el único actor norteamericano en el rodaje, y el único que no hablaba español, quien tardaba cinco horas para ponerse el traje de El Hombre Pálido, y una vez dentro tenía que mirar a través de los agujeros de la nariz para ver por donde iba.
Curioso ¿no? Nosotros si vimos la película cuando eramos niños y quedamos traumados 😂 con cierta escena golpes a alguien en la cara. ¿Viste la película? ¿Qué escena te pareció sorprendente? Coméntanos 😁😁
‘Gehenna: Where Death Lives’ Co-Starring Doug Jones and Lance Henriksen. 👻 Doug Jones, star of the Academy Award winning The Shape of Water, gives a mind-blowing performance in Gehenna : Where Death Lives, in theaters across the U.S and on digital Friday, May 4th distributed by Uncork’d Entertainment.
Today we have a brand new clip from the film for your viewing pleasure, courtesy of the good folks over at Daily Dead. Check this out now at www.du-hd.com 👊🏾🐺 The feature directorial debut of celebrated effects master Hiroshi Katagiri (Jurassic Park III, Pacific Rim), who also provides the film’s impressive effects, Gehenna co-stars genre icon Lance Henriksen (TV’s ”Millennium”, Aliens), Eva Swan, Simon Phillips, and Justin Gordon.
“Encompassing horror, suspense and a twist that will blow your mind, Gehenna fixes on five people who enter a hidden bunker from WW2, and realize it’s way more than a bunker. Some fates are MUCH worse than death.” 👻
Spectral Motion, known for award-winning work on such films as Hellboy and Looper, did the makeup effects on the creature played by played by Jones. Doug Jones has become quite the staple of our genre over the last decade or so playing iconic Horror & fantasy characters such as the pale man in 'Pans Labyrinth', the beloved anphibi-nerd Abe in the Hellboy flicks, he was also awesome as the bye bye man in the not so awesome 'The Bye Bye Man', more recently Doug has played the Romantic Amphibian man in the critically acclaimed 'the shape of water' and has a role as Father Damien in this years Horror Comedy Killer feline flick 'Hells Kitty' and most high profile of all Mr Jones will be taking on the legendary vamparic role made famous in 1922 by Max Schreck, Count Orlock in this year's remake of 'Nosferatu'. Mr Doug Jones The Dark Universe Family Salute you! 🐺👍🏿