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Bosch Season 5 Trailer, Release Date, Cast and Everything to Know

Joseph Baxter Mar 1, 2019

Bosch, the acclaimed Amazon crime series, received a renewal for Season 5 before Season 4 premiered.

Amazon has got a feeling that it can’t let go... when it comes to the retro-noir contemporary crime procedural series, Bosch, which stars Titus Welliver as the titular troubled Lapd detective. That’s because the retail monolith’s streaming platform renewed the series for Season 5 even before the 2018 debut of Season 4.

As if that wasn't enough, Amazon subsequently gave the show another early nod this past November, confirming that Bosch Season 6 is already a go.

However, we're going to maintain focus here on the fifth season of Bosch and everything we know so far!

Bosch Season 5 Trailer

The first trailer for Bosch Season 5 has arrived!

Video of Bosch Season 5 - Official Trailer | Prime Video

The official logline reads:

Fifteen months after bringing his mother’s killer to justice, Bosch finds himself seeking the truth on two fronts.
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"King Kong" Conquers Santa Monica.: A Report By Ray Morton

  • CinemaRetro
Ray Morton wrote the two-part article about the making of the 1976 version of "King Kong" that appeared in Cinema Retro issues #'s 32 and 33. Here is his report on a recent screening of the film in Santa Monica.

By Ray Morton

On Saturday, December 10, 2016 the American Cinematheque presented a special fortieth anniversary screening of the 1976 version of King Kong at the Aero Theater in Santa Monica, California.

King Kong was produced by Dino De Laurentiis, written by Lorenzo Semple, Jr., and directed by John Guillermin. It stars Jeff Bridges, Charles Grodin, and (in her screen debut) Jessica Lange. The film features Oscar-nominated cinematography by Richard H. Kline and a marvelous score by John Barry. King Kong’s innovative creature effects were created by Carlo Rambaldi and seven-time Academy Award-winning make-up artist and creature creator Rick Baker, who also played the title role (alongside a full-sized mechanical Kong created by Rambaldi and
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'Supergirl' Casts Chris Vance as Superman Villain Non

'Supergirl' Casts Chris Vance as Superman Villain Non
Back in August, Supergirl executive producer Andrew Kreisberg teased that the highly-anticipated series will feature a Kryptonian villain from the DC Comics known as Non, but the character had not been cast at that time. Today, The Hollywood Reporter reveals that villainous role has gone to Transporter the Series star Chris Vance. The actor is set for a recurring role, although it isn't clear how many episodes he is slated to appear in. While he joins a growing cast of villains, Non is expected to be Supergirl's biggest threat.

Non is a former scientist who used to be aligned with the House of El on Krypton. He eventually became a powerful military officer, described as "sinister, powerful and angry," who is the "antithesis" for everything Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) stands for. The actor joins a slew of recurring characters such as Peter Facinelli (Maxwell Lord), Chris Browning (Reactron), Jenna Dewan-Tatum
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A Superman Villain Just Said Horrible Things About Christopher Reeve

P { margin-bottom: 0.08in; }A:link { } One of DC's most respected characters of all time, Superman, is beloved by nearly one and all. The same can't be said, however, for the actor who played Clark Kent in the 1978 feature film Superman and its subsequent sequels. Yep, that's right. Apparently Christopher Reeve didn't leave a fuzzy impression on Jack O'Halloran, who played the villain Non in the first two films, and as a result the actor recently said some not-so-good things about him. It's not necessarily shocking to think Non isn't a big fan of Superman, but we never expected the actor behind the villainous character would actually have any serious problems with The Last Son of Krypton. Turns out we were wrong. Here's what O'Halloran had to say about him in a short chat with TMZ: Christopher was a young young-minded guy. ...
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'Superman' Villain Jack O'Halloran -- Christopher Reeve Was An Ass! I Nearly Knocked Him Out

  • TMZ
[[tmz:video id="0_js0lkq0s"]] One of Christopher Reeve's former co-stars is making outrageous accusations about his attitude on the set of "Superman" ... and this will blow your mind ... if you believe it. We ran into Jack O'Halloran, who played Non ... the mute villain from Krypton ... and the photog asked him about working with Reeve -- and he ripped into the late actor for being a Prima donna who "believed his own publicity." Now, up front -- we can't
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WonderCon 2015 Schedule Announced

WonderCon 2015 Schedule Announced
Comic-Con International announced the full three-day schedule for WonderCon 2015, which will take place from Friday, April 3 to Sunday, April 5 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. You can clickHere to check out the entire convention schedule, but we have pulled out all of the movie, TV, Blu-ray and DVD related panel presentations below. Take a look at what WonderCon 2015 has to offer!

Friday, April 3

12:00pm - 1:00pm - Going Back to The Future

Filmmakers Jason Aron, Louis Krubich, and Lee Leshen discuss their film Back in Time, a feature-length documentary that shows the cultural impact of the Back to The Future franchise-just in time to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the initial film. Room 207

12:30pm - 1:30pm - Batman

Last year marked the 75th anniversary of the Batman. Now let's take a look into what the future may have to offer for the iconic
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Reeve Receives Standing Ovation at Oscar Ceremony (Video)

Christopher Reeve Foundation for spinal cord and stem cell research (photo: Darryl Hannah and Christopher Reeve in 'Rear Window') (See previous post: "'Superman' Christopher Reeve and his Movies: Ten-Year Death Anniversary.") In his 1998 autobiography Still Me, Christopher Reeve recalled: "At an especially bleak moment [prior to an operation that might result in his death], the door [of his hospital room] flew open and in hurried a squat fellow with a blue scrub hat and a yellow surgical gown and glasses, speaking in a Russian accent. For the first time since the accident, I laughed. My old friend had helped me know that somehow I was going to be okay." The "old friend" was the recently deceased Robin Williams, whom Reeve had befriended while both were studying at Juillard. Eventually, Reeve became a staunch advocate for spinal cord and stem cell research, sponsoring with his wife the Christopher Reeve Foundation — later renamed the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation (and formerly known
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Flickering Myth's Greatest Comic Book Movies: #19 - Superman II (1980)

Throughout April, we're counting down to the release of Marvel's Iron Man 3 with our picks for the Greatest Comic Book Movies of All Time; here's #19...

Superman II, 1980.

Directed by Richard Lester.

Starring Christopher Reeve, Margot Kidder, Gene Hackman, Terence Stamp, Ned Beatty, Jack O'Halloran, Sarah Douglas, Valerie Perrine, Susannah York, Jackie Cooper, Marc McClure and E. G. Marshall.

It's a second appearance on our list for the Man of Steel (Bryan Singer's Superman Returns came in at #42) and a first for the legendary Christopher Reeve with this 1980 sequel to Richard Donner's Superman: The Movie.

Superman II is perhaps best known for spawning the iconic line "kneel before Zod", spoken by Terence Stamp's Kryptonian warlord General Zod, who heads up a trio of superhumans intent on ruling the world. However, it's also infamous for the controversy surrounding from Warner Bros.' decision to fire Donner - who had finished approximately three-quarters of film,
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5 Things You May Not Know About 'Superman II,' 31 Years After It Hit Theaters

A little over a year from now, the most iconic comic character in history will be back on screens, courtesy of Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel." Seven years on from Bryan Singer's oft-derided "Superman Returns," it'll see "The Dark Knight" mastermind Christopher Nolan producing a new, seemingly darker take on the character, to be played by Henry Cavill with Michael Shannon as his Kryptonian nemesis, General Zod.

But Shannon will have big shoes to fill: the last time the character was on the big screen it was played by Terence Stamp in 1981's "Superman II," still seen by many fans as not only the best take on that character, but the best screen version of Superman to date. Which was impressive, considering it had about as troubled a production history as you could ask for, with two directors, production stretched over two years, and a recent, wildly different reissue of the film.
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Michael Shannon on Being "Worthy" to Play 'Zod' in Zack Snyder's Man of Steel

Though the original Superman movie, the precursor of the modern era of comic book-inspired movies, is often considered a superior movie to its sequel (critics rate it 94% on aggregate review site RottenTomatoes versus 88% for the second movie); among comic book movie fans there's simply nothing that tops seeing Superman (Christopher Reeve) tangle with the three Kryptonian villains: General Zod (Terence Stamp), Ursa (Sarah Douglas) and Non (Jack O'Halloran) in Superman II.

After Bryan Singer's Superman Returns failed to deliver the kind of super-thrills that fans had been clamoring to see in a movie about the world's first superhero, the news that Zod and Ursa — now called by her original comic book name, Faoroa — would be the villains in Zack Snyder's franchise reboot, Man of Steel, was received with nearly universal praise by the fan community. The few naysayers — the same people who are upset that Superman will not
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John Carl Buechler to Take the Reins of Upcoming Film Dark Star Hollow

Who better to lead a veteran cast that includes The Highlander, 30 Days of Night hero Eben Oleson and a Canadian scream queen than John Carl Buechler, the man who helmed Friday the 13th Part 7: The New Blood, Troll and Cellar Dweller?

The director and special effects wizard returns to the captain's chair after a five-year hiatus from directing to oversee the upcoming Dark Star Hollow, a film about a man who makes a deal with the devil to save the life of his wife.

From the Press Release

While best known for directing part 7 in the Friday the 13th series, Buechler's special make-up effects and other works are well known in films like Nightmare on Elm Street 4, Halloween 4 and Trancers. He is also working on a remake of his classic film, Troll, from 1986.

The cast of Dark Star Hollow includes many familiar faces, forgotten favorites and new blood:

Josh Hartnett plays Dan Reece,
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Superman: The Motion Picture Anthology on Blu-ray June 7

Superman: The Motion Picture Anthology on Blu-ray June 7
Superman, the cultural icon and quintessential superhero, is back in a big way. In a powerhouse year marked by the theatrical releases of several major superhero films including Warner Bros.' Green Lantern, his arrival couldn't be more perfectly timed. Warner Home Video (Whv) is celebrating the year of the superhero with the June 7 release of Superman: The Motion Picture Anthology (1978-2006) on Blu-ray. For the first time, fans will be able to own one super-entertaining Blu-ray collection with all four original theatrical Superman films starring CChristopher Reeve (available for the first time in high def), Superman Returns, and the two alternate versions of Superman and Superman II.

The new trailer for Superman: The Motion Picture Anthology (1978-2006) on Blu-ray can be seen below.

Click to watch Superman: The Motion Picture Anthology Blu-ray Trailer!

Available now in superb hi-def, with new digital/hi-def film masters, the must-own

Superman: The Motion Picture Anthology on Blu-ray June 7

Superman: The Motion Picture Anthology on Blu-ray June 7
Superman, the cultural icon and quintessential superhero, is back in a big way. In a powerhouse year marked by the theatrical releases of several major superhero films including Warner Bros.' Green Lantern, his arrival couldn't be more perfectly timed. Warner Home Video (Whv) is celebrating the year of the superhero with the June 7 release of Superman: The Motion Picture Anthology (1978-2006) on Blu-ray. For the first time, fans will be able to own one super-entertaining Blu-ray collection with all four original theatrical Superman films starring CChristopher Reeve (available for the first time in high def), Superman Returns, and the two alternate versions of Superman and Superman II.

The new trailer for Superman: The Motion Picture Anthology (1978-2006) on Blu-ray can be seen below.

Click to watch Superman: The Motion Picture Anthology Blu-ray Trailer!

Available now in superb hi-def, with new digital/hi-def film masters, the must-own
See full article at MovieWeb »

Rumor: Mystery Female Role in 'Superman: Man of Steel' Revealed?

Last week we heard about three actresses who were top contenders for a lead female role in Zack Snyder's take on Superman: Man of Steel. Though Alice Eve, Rosamund Pike and Diane Kruger seem like great love interests for Clark Kent/Superman, apparently their role in question was not that of intrepid reporter Lois Lane. Actually, at the time the news hit, that female role had not been specified. Well, Latino Review may have solved the mystery and learned that the female role one of the three actresses may take is that of Ursa, a villainous vixen of Krypton and accomplice of Superman's arch enemy General Zod. More below! This wouldn't be the first time Ursa has appeared on screen to wage war on Supes. Actress Sarah Douglas played the character alongside Terrence Stamp as Gen. Zod, plus Jack O'Halloran as Non, as the 3 villains who were imprisoned
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This Week In Trailers: White Irish Drinkers, Mad Bastards, How Do You Write A Joe Schermann Song, Kaboom

This Week In Trailers: White Irish Drinkers, Mad Bastards, How Do You Write A Joe Schermann Song, Kaboom
Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: I celebrate all levels of trailers and hopefully this column will satisfactorily give you a baseline of what beta wave I’m operating on, because what better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? Some of the best authors will tell you that writing a short story is a lot harder than writing a long one, that you have to weigh every sentence. What better medium to see how this theory plays itself out beyond that than with movie trailers? White Irish Drinkers Trailer It’s not often that I get a slam dunk delivered into my inbox but it happens from time to time
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Long Beach Sound Stages May Move Ahead at $375M

  • The Wrap
By Long Beach Press Telegram

Long Beach Studios Chairman Jack O'Halloran said he expects to sign a deal with Boeing on Monday to develop a $375 million movie studio at a former Boeing 717 manufacturing site in Long Beach.

Boeing ceased production at the 77-acre site in 2006.

"The film studio's definitely happening, it's going to happen," O'Halloran said by phone.

The project, first announced a year ago, encountered financial problems and fell out of escrow in March.

O'Halloran said the Long Beach project will be the hub of a chain of five movie studios to be ...
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