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Water Cooler: Rebecca, Hubie Halloween, The Haunting of Bly Manor, Star Trek: Picard, Hausu, and More

On the October 16, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall, weekend editor Brad Oman, and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about what they’ve been up to at the virtual water cooler. Opening Banter: Peter’s away, but the staff will play. […]

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‘The Crown’ Remains Undefeated in Emmy Race for Period Costumes

This year’s hair, makeup, and costume winners at the Creative Arts Emmys represented some of the most ambitious and inventive works of beautifying. The usual winners are present and accounted for, including Netflix’s “The Crown,” which walked away with Outstanding Period Costumes for costume designers Amy Roberts and Sidonie Roberts, as well as costume supervisor […]

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‘Star Trek’: CBS All Access to Feature Free Marathon and Panels to Celebrate Franchise

U.S. Trekkies will be able to beam themselves onto CBS All Access for a free “Star Trek” marathon on September 8. CBS is preparing to celebrate the sci-fi franchise’s 54th anniversary with a 24-hour event that will boast panels from nine “Star Trek” series, as well as announcements about CBS All Access’ “Star Trek” universe.The […]

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Superman Meets Picard: Henry Cavill and Patrick Stewart on Their Life-Changing Roles

On “The Witcher,” Henry Cavill sheds Superman’s suit in favor of weighty armor and a blond wig to battle monsters as Geralt of Rivia, adapted from Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski’s fantasy books. The call to save humankind is nothing new for Patrick Stewart. In “Star Trek: Picard,” Stewart returns to the captain’s chair of the […]

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‘Star Trek: Picard’ Review: Seven of Nine Goes Full Borg Queen

The primary takeaway of “Star Trek: Picard,” the thing we’re all talking about, is just how different this show is from previous incarnations of “Trek.” How dark it is. How violent it is. How the optimism seems gone.How much has changed.More from IndieWire’Picard’ Showrunner Michael Chabon Believes ‘Trek’ Should Not Repeat Itself but Understands Fan […]

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‘Picard’ Showrunner Michael Chabon Believes ‘Trek’ Should Not Repeat Itself but Understands Fan Angst

“When I sat down and watched the first episode of ‘The Next Generation’ the night it premiered, my first reaction was, ‘I don’t like this,’” Michael Chabon told IndieWire. “’What is this crap with the bald actor? And a counselor on the bridge? And why do you need this first officer — like, who’s the […]

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‘Star Trek: Picard’ Review: Our Ex-Locutus Returns to a Borg Cube and Plays the Hero This Time

It was a dark and stormy night. At least in the strange dream that opened “The Impossible Box,” a dream Soji’s been experiencing for some time and may hold the key to where she really comes from.It was also a dark and stormy episode of “Star Trek: Picard.” “The Impossible Box” pushed the narrative forward […]

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‘Star Trek: Picard’ Review: Episode 4 Proves Resistance to This Series Was Always Futile

Stand down from red alert!“Star Trek: Picard” seems to have course corrected from its lackluster first three episodes in the engaging adventure that is “Absolute Candor.” At last, this show is no longer just a talky chamber drama with characters doing little more than speaking to each other while sitting in chairs of various comfort […]

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‘Star Trek: Picard’ Review: Episode 3, After a Sluggish Start, Is Finally ‘The End of the Beginning’

We are earthbound no more! Well, by the end this third episode of “Star Trek: Picard,” anyway. But throughout much of it, especially once Santiago Cabrera’s compelling new character, Rios, was introduced, it felt like this show was finally about to achieve warp velocity. And at the end, when Jean-Luc uttered his immortal catchphrase “Engage,” […]

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‘Picard’ Burning Questions: That Ending Explained, and Everything You Need to Know to Catch Up

[Editor’s Note: The following article contains many spoilers for the first episode of CBS All Access’ new series, “Star Trek: Picard.” If you read further without having seen the show, resistance is futile.]It’s been a little over 17 years since we last saw Jean-Luc Picard in action, in “

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