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1993 / Color / 2:35 widescreen / 187 min. / available through The Criterion Collection / Street Date October 18, 2016 / 39.95
Starring Andie MacDowell, Bruce Davison, Jack Lemmon, Julianne Moore,
Matthew Modine, Anne Archer, Fred Ward, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Chris Penn, Lili Taylor, Robert Downey Jr., Madeleine Stowe, Tim Robbins, Lily Tomlin, Tom Waits, Frances McDormand, Peter Gallagher, Annie Ross, Lori Singer, Lyle Lovett, Buck Henry, Huey Lewis, Margery Bond, Robert DoQui.
Cinematography Walt Lloyd
Production Designer Stephen Altman
Art Direction Jerry Fleming
Film Editors Suzy Elmiger, Geraldine Peroni
Original Music Gavin Friday, Mark Isham
Written by Robert Altman, Frank Barhydt from writings
Now that Stranger Things has launched, we celebrate 25 of geek TV’s most memorable children with supernatural abilities…
Telekinesis, precognition, mind-control… the skills of these fictional TV kids go way beyond wheelies and scooter tricks. Understanding and controlling those abilities, however, is another matter.
Take Eleven, the mysterious child at the centre of Netflix's ace new series Stranger Things, she's the latest in the long and varied line of child characters who’ve struggled with their unpredictable and extraordinary powers.
Keeping our choices to live-action television characters like Eleven, whose power doesn’t come from witchcraft, a magical tool or sci-fi gadget, we revisit 25 of geek TV’s most memorable super-powered kids…
Bo Adams – Believe
Powers: Telekinesis, animal control, precognition, the empathetic ability to read people’s pain, and much, much more...
Who is she? A foster child who has had unexplained supernatural abilities since birth.
Tickets for the individual panels can be purchased here, but take a look at the entire list of who’s speaking below first:
Carmel-by-the-Sea features an all-star cast led by Academy Award® winner Lauren Bacall (“Howl’s Moving Castle”), Josh Hutcherson (“Red Dawn”), Alfred Molina (“Prince of Persia”), Hayden Panettiere (“Heroes”), Dina Eastwood (“True Crime”), Billy Boyd (“Lord of the Rings”), and Alexandra Carl (“Gossip Girl”).
Carmel-by-the-Sea producer Craig Comstock has a long-standing relationship with Experience CEO Michael-Ryan, calling the company to partner responsibilities on the film and help guide completion of the film. Experience Media Studios reorganized the film, raising an additional round of funding and completed the ensemble cast, feature-film.
By raising the additional funding round, Experience Media Studios eliminated any outstanding debt on the film, obtaining the film and its worldwide rights from its former owners.
A hero is only as great as his or her strongest adversary, and on "Lost," the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 have had their fair share of nemeses over the years. From manipulative bug-eyed twerps to sinister clouds of smoke, "Lost" has created some of the most iconic villains in the history of television.
For your voting pleasure, here are your nominees for The Most Devious Island Dweller.
Betrayer of the Dharma Initiative, leader of the Others and murderer of rabbits,
From comic book cameos and superhero references all the way to the writers room, there's no shortage of links between "Lost" and the paneled page. After the jump, we've listed five ways that the show's mythical island and the graphic novel world have united.
Comic Book Writers: Series co-creator Damon Lindelof isn't just one of the showrunners and lead writers on "Lost," he's also the author of "Ultimate Wolverine vs. Hulk," a limited series from Marvel that reinterpreted the classic first encounter between Logan and Bruce Banner. Additionally, former series writer Brian K. Vaughan is well known for his comic book work on "Y: The Last Man," "Ex Machina,
After the jump, we've listed 42 memorable quotes from all five seasons of "Lost," though there are certainly many other worthy speeches and zingers that didn't make the cut. Make sure to head to the comments section and remind us of your favorite quotes from the series.
Stay tuned to MTV tomorrow for the final edition of Lost In Numbers,
After the jump, we've listed 23 dead characters who should return for the final season of "Lost."
Stay tuned to MTV next week for the final installments of Lost In Numbers, a series of features pegged directly to the show's trademark number sequence: 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42. Needless to say, spoilers for season five and earlier lie ahead. And make sure to tune in to MTV Movies Blog next Tuesday for our live blog of the season premiere!
1. Roger Linus
Played By: Jon Gries
Occupation: Workman for the Dharma Initiative
After the jump, we've highlighted the sixteen recurring characters that we're hoping to see in the final season of "Lost" — the ones that are still alive, at least. We'll get to the corpses soon, we promise. Stay tuned to MTV for the rest of this week and into the season premiere, as we'll be running a series of features pegged directly to the show's trademark number sequence: 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42. Needless to say, spoilers for season five and earlier lie ahead.
1. Aaron Littleton
Played By: William Blanchette
Occupation: Baby / Toddler
First Appearance: Born on the Island and greeted by Charlie Pace,
Del Ruth -- who has won four ASC Awards -- was nominated for the pilot episode of Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. His fellow nominees in the television movie/miniseries/pilot category are Adam Kane for the pilot of Heroes, Walt Lloyd for the telefilm The Librarian: Return to King Solomon's Mines, Bill Roe for the pilot of Day Break and John Stokes for the Umney's Last Case episode of the miniseries "Nightmares and Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King."
In the episodic television category, the nominees are Eagle Egilsson for the Darkroom episode of CSI: Miami, Nathan Hope for the Killer episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, David Moxness for the Arrow episode of Smallville, Roe for the What If They Find Him episode of Day Break and Gale Tattersall for the Meaning episode of House.
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