Source: Legend of the Seeker – Official Website
Actress Jolene Blalock (“Star Trek: Enterprise”) has been cast in a recurring role on the upcoming second season of “Legend of the Seeker”. Here is an excerpt from the press release:
Blalock will portray a mysterious Sister of the Dark who possesses very powerful magic — she not only threatens Richard’s (Craig Horner) quest to defeat evil forces, but her ultimate goal is to destroy Kahlan (Bridget Regan).
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J.J. Abrams and Tom Cruise are teaming up again for Mission: Impossible 4. J.J. Abrams co-wrote and directed Mission: Impossible 3 and in my opinion it definitely reignited the franchise. Tom has asked J.J. to produce the next installment so J.J. certainly has a full plate on his hands. With the success of “Star Trek”, a sequel is already underway. Also, this year will be the final season of “Lost”. J.J. has many projects queued up as well. Read about J.J.’s latest projects here.
Star Trek 2009 crew
J.J. Abrams hits the big screen again with his second directorial piece with Star Trek, which opened on May 7, 2009. In its opening weekend, Star Trek earned 76.5 million dollars making it the biggest opening weekend for the Star Trek franchise ever! To see how the other Star Trek movies stacked up, check out the box office numbers. I really didn’t set any expectations, but I went in with the fact that it was J.J. and that it had to be good. Star Trek did not disappoint…it was really fantastic! Those who have followed J.J.’s previous work will notice little subtleties that appear in this movie. Subtleties that include J.J.’s signature past cast member cameo (in this movie it was Amanda Foreman from Felicity and Alias), a big red ball (Alias), and mysterious monsters (Lost). What was also very exciting was that the writers of Star Trek are the same writers that worked with J.J. Abrams before on Alias and currently write on Fringe.
Click to Continue: Star Trek – 2009
Summer Movie Season kicks off this weekend, May 1, 2009. This summer definitely has some potential box office blockbusters, break out stars, and great entertainment! Be sure to check back from time to time for more summer movie release dates, but for now…check out my highlights of what’s coming out in May.
Click to Continue: Summer Movie Season – May 2009