Quantum Leap was one of the few series that was able to complete their entire season before both the Writers’ and Actors’ strikes. Since the series was renewed early on, showrunners Martin Gero and Dean Georgaris and their team were quick to write up the next season.Continue reading “‘Quantum Leap’ Showrunners Talk Hannah’s Return and Their Love for Fan Theories”
With the shocking events of this past season of Quantum Leap, the series has a lot of explaining to do. After the reveal of Ziggy being the mole, the team is shocked on what this means for Ben (Raymond Lee) coming home and Addison’s (Caitlin Bassett) fate. Everyone is still reeling from the shocking reveal, especially Ian (Mason Alexander Park) whose whole life was about bringing Ziggy back to life from the original program. So, has Ziggy gone evil? Has A.I. become self-aware and now plotting for revenge? Executive producer Dean Georgaris assures us that isn’t the case.Continue reading “‘Quantum Leap’ Finale Plans to Answer Many Mysteries — Including Leaper X”
After over 40 years working in Hollywood, Ernie Hudson knows a thing or two about the industry’s inclusivity of Black men and other People of Color — which is why working on NBC’s Quantum Leap is such a breath of fresh air.Continue reading “Ernie Hudson on Bringing Magic to ‘Quantum Leap’”
While covering the 2022 NBCUniversal Upfront Red Carpet, I had the opportunity to speak with Quantum Leap stars Raymond Lee, Ernie Hudson, and Caitlin Bassett. The series will officially premiere Monday, September 19 at 10 PM ET on NBC.Continue reading “Raymond Lee, Ernie Hudson, and Caitlin Bassett Preview NBC’s ‘Quantum Leap’”
Oh yeah, and the original Ghostbusters is having an anniversary, too.
Yes, this weekend marks 30 years since that groundbreaking film Ghostbusters was first released. Trust me, I am more than excited for this fact; other than how old that makes me feel, that is. Sony is going all out for this anniversary too. Not only will the film be re-released in theaters this August, but they’re giving us a fully-loaded anniversary edition of the blu-ray in September!
As great as all of this is, I am here to talk about the thing I am actually even more jazzed about. You see, while 2014 is indeed the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters, it’s also the 25th anniversary of Ghostbusters II, aka the greatest sequel in film history. Yeah, that’s right. Sorry Godfather 2 or Empire Strikes Back or The Dark Knight.
Last night, the internet lit up with the news of yet another JLAer being added to the so-called Man of Steel sequel. Broadway star Ray Fisher has officially been cast to play Victor Stone (aka Cyborg) in the upcoming superhero epic, leading most fans to think “why doesn’t Warner Brothers just call this movie Justice League already?”
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It’s Black History Month. That means it is the one month out of year that everyone is posting the sort stuff I post all the time. And that means that I need to step up my game. For my first (and possibly only) entry for Black History Month 2014, I’ve decided to write about one of the most important African American characters in the history of cinema — Winston Zeddemore. Before any of you roll your eyes and stop reading, hang with me for just a little longer while I explain why a character from the movie Ghostbusters is so important.