This week on Noob Radio, Richard and Christian discuss why Variety insiders are “Liars”, what they think of Steven King writing for The Walking Dead, as well as full discussion of the disaster known as SXSW 2011. All this and much more on this episode of Noob Radio…
I’ve been super excited to see this film since the early teaser from last fall. Abrams has really captured the 80′s Spielberg vibe here. I think a lot of it may have to do with the music and the whimsical bit of childhood nostalgia that seems to run throughout the trailer. Either way I can’t wait to see this when it hits June 10, 2011. This summers starting to look like its gonna be a big one after last years disappointments…
Set in 1979 Ohio, a group of six young children use a Super 8 camera to make their own zombie movie. One night while filming near a remote stretch of railroad tracks, the children witness a truck collide with an oncoming train leading to a catastrophic derailment. Amidst the fire and destruction, something inhuman emerges.
Fox has released an official series premise/synopsis for Terra Nova, in which 1,000 people from a depleted earth travel back 85 million years in time to give humanity a second chance. The dinosaurs of the period may have something else in mind.
Beginning with a two-night series preview on May 23 and 24, Terra Nova will become a regular series in the fall.
An epic family adventure 85 million years in the making, TERRA NOVA follows an ordinary family embarking on an incredible journey back in time to prehistoric Earth as a small part of a daring experiment to save the human race. In the year 2149 the world is dying. The planet is overdeveloped, overcrowded and overpolluted. With no known way to reverse the damage to the planet, scientists discover a portal to prehistoric Earth. This doorway leads to an amazing world, one that allows for a last-ditch effort to save the human race
TNT’s scifi adventure Falling Skies – about the remnants of humanity uniting to fight back against an invading and conquering alien force — debuts in 2011, but a new trailer was actually released to theatres. The show’s producers include Steven Spielberg, Mark Verheiden and Greg Beeman.