When one user asked the Family Guy and American Dad creator/star if he had any plans to have Star Trek actors cameo on the show, MacFarlane responded with a vague “We got one or two in the lineup….”
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While he doesn’t offer up any hints about which actors will appear on the show, it sounds like at least a few Star Trek stars are embracing The Orville, which is simultaneously a parody and love letter to the classic space franchise.
William Shatner always seems gung-ho about appearing in Star Trek rip-offs/send-ups and even returned to voice James T.
Writer/director Jason Strouse’s feature film debut concerning the Us education system may give credence to the old adage that “the inmates are running the asylum”. Truman High School’s a wild place thanks mostly to the oddballs and misfits making up most of the administration and faculty. The main exception being the title mentioned teacher of the year, Mitch Carter (Matt Letscher), who is also the rep for the faculty union. As a documentary crew follows him about, Mitch is at a crossroads. He’s being wooed by a private school lobbying group that’s dangling a big salary in front of him (and he’s got an adorable pre-schooler and a child on the way
Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Jeff Bridges, Mary-Louise Parker, Kevin Bacon, Rober Knepper, Larry Joe Campbell.
Running Time: 96 minutes.
Synopsis: A recently slain cop joins a team of undead police officers working for the Rest In Peace Department and tries to find the man who murdered him.
Despite a delayed release following a number of production problems and reshoots, the supernatural buddy comedy R.I.P.D. turned out rather well without being anything remarkable in the crowded summer blockbuster season. Certainly the chemistry between leads Ryan Reynolds and a brilliant Jeff Bridges has a lot to do with that. Well, it’s most probably its saving grace as the mismatched Men In Black approach may come across as clichéd or even tired for some, yet the duo really are great together.
The film, based on the Dark Horse comic-book by Peter M. Lenkov, is not perfect by any stretch
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“R.I.P.D.” (the Rest in Peace Department), which is rated “PG-13” and opens on July 19, 2013, also stars Kevin Bacon, Mary-Louise Parker, Stephanie Szostak, Robert Knepper, Mike O’Malley, Devin Ratray, Larry Joe Campbell, Robert Schwentke, Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi from director Robert Schwentke and writers Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi.
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