Tell a friend!"LLAP – Live Long And Punk!!#Picard #picardseason2#punkonthebus#dejavu #startrek #cameo #istillhateyou #LLAP #livelongandpunkrock pic.twitter.com/uzpl9OM7Ra — Kirk R Thatcher – Monsters, Muppets, Tiki 🐸🐷😂 (@KirkThatcher) March 24, 2022 For more including Thatcher's own history with series director Lea Thompson, his follow-up punk song to "I Hate You" he played for the series, why Matalas thinks The Voyage[...]
Lea Thompson Archives
The previous two episodes of Star Trek: Picard in "Assimilation" and "Watcher" were directed by Lea Thompson Paramount+ released a featurette highlighting the cast singing her praises the way she handled herself leading the set with comments from Michelle Hurd, Evan Evagora, Ito Aghayere, Santiago Cabrera, and Jeri Ryan As it breaks down some of[...]
With the second episode directed by actor Lea Thompson, I'm starting to think she could be as valuable to Star Trek with the way she's handling "Picard" as Bryce Dallas Howard is to the "Star Wars" franchise on TV with Disney+ Paramount+'s Star Trek: Picard streams new episodes on Thursdays. The Star Trek: Picard episode[...]
While some can chalk it up to fate that Back to the Future star Lea Thompson ended up directing the time-traveling-centric episode "Assimilation" on the Paramount+ series Star Trek: Picard in the second season, the actress broke down the coincidence on the experience talking to SYFY Wire about her involvement "Originally, when I first got[...]
Directed by Lea Thompson and written by Kiley Rossetter and Christopher Monfette, "Assimilation" is a balanced episode with its many layers and strong follow up to "Penance" Pill, Wersching, and Hurd are more than coming to their own leading the way providing another enjoyable outing Star Trek: Picard streams Thursdays on Paramount+. "Assimilation", is the[...]
Among those to chime in for reaction was Lea Thompson, the star of the 1986-live-action adaptation of Howard the Duck that predates the MCU by 22 years. Screencapped from YouTube Image courtesy of Marvel Studios The Back to the Future star, who played Beverly Switzler in the 1986 film directed by Willard Huyck, took to Twitter writing,[...]
The documentary takes to duo through LA, Houston, New York, and Orlando, Florida meeting with DeLorean experts, collectors, BTTF superfans, and a trip down memory lane with those from the franchise including Fox, Lea Thompson (Lorraine Baines McFly), Donald Fullilove (Goldie Wilson), James Tolkan (Strickland), Harry Waters Jr (Marvin Berry), writer Bob Gale Gale, who[...]
Well fans, the Back To The Future 4K Blu-ray release is finally happening in October, and its exhaustive with all the features.
Also brought in were their costars Lea Thompson, Mary Steenburgen, and Elizabeth Shue Thompson played Lorraine Baines McFly in all three films Steenburgen was Clara Clayton, a teacher and Doc's love interest in Part III Shue replaced Claudia Wells as Marty's girlfriend Jennifer for Parts II and III. Christopher Lloyd and Michael J Fox in Back[...]
That news alone was enough to whet our appetite for one of the more misunderstood characters at Marvel's disposal. Often the butt of jokes of perhaps the worst film adaptation (for a long time, the rumor was the Arc of the Covenant which was kept in the library at Skywalker Ranch held the $2 million-dollar suit[...]
The Castle Of Horror Podcast Presents: A Special Interview With Caseen Gaines Of 'The Making Of The Back To The Future Trilogy'
This time, however, they are hosting a special interview with Caseen Gaines, author of We Don't Need Roads: The Making of the Back to the Future Trilogy. They say: On this week's Castle of Horror Interview Segment, we talk to Caseen Gaines, whose new book We Don't Need Roads: The Making Of The Back To The Future[...]