There’s an old Klingon proverb that says, “Revenge is a dish best served cold.” Now, it would appear that Star Trek is a dish best served…karaoke-style? The franchise has been the subject of musical parodies in the past – and Lieutenant Commander Data did play the wedding singer in Star Trek: Nemesis — but is it possible we’ll see an actual musical episode on one of its Paramount+ shows in the future? Producer Alex Kurtzman apparently has his heart set on that very thing, so don’t be surprised someday if you see Klingons doing a reverse Kanye and dropping their double-sided Bat’leth blades in favor of microphones.

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The Offer Cast Adds Juno Temple

Juno Temple can currently be seen as part of the outstanding cast of Ted Lasso on Apple TV+, and she’s about to adding another streaming series to her résumé. Paramount+ has added Juno Temple to the upcoming limited event series The Offer, the series which will chronicle the making of the 1972 Best Picture winner The GodfatherRead More »

pet sematary sequel cast

There’s a new Pet Sematary movie on the way, and it certainly sounds like it’s going to be a prequel. The film was called a prequel when it was first announced. However, a report surfaced later stating that nothing had been decided yet, and that the “plot’s direction is still being figured out and a prequel is not guaranteed at this time.” Now, it looks as if we’re firmly back in “prequel” territory because it’s been revealed that Jackson White will play a young Jud Crandall, the nosy neighbor who knows all about that cursed burial ground that has the power to raise the dead.

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Jerry and Marge Go Large

Paramount+ is going all-in with Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening on board for their new film Jerry and Marge Go Large. The two A-listers will play a couple that scams the lottery to win big. Based on a true story, the plot seems like a perfect film to watch after spending a year scrambling to make ends meet during the pandemic.

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The trailer for season 2 of Star Trek: Picard dropped yesterday, and there’s some Q-filled alternative timeline action going on. This brisk trailer packs in a lot. In addition to our first glimpse of John de Lancie reprising his role as Q, everyone’s favorite powerful, god-like entity, we get a confused Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart), a de-Borged Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan), and lots of other things to speculate about.

As Picard says right at the beginning: “What the hell is happening here?” A whole hell of a lot, Jean-Luc. Read on for a breakdown of the first Star Trek: Picard season 2 trailer. Read More »

star trek picard season 2 trailer

The trailer for Star Trek: Picard season 2 is here, and it brings back yet another familiar character: Q, as played by John de Lancie. The extra-dimensional being pops up at the beginning of this trailer to torment Patrick Stewart‘s Picard, who asks, “What the hell is happening?” Good question, Picard. Good question. Watch the Picard: Season 2 trailer below.

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Star Trek Lower Decks season 2 release date

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The first season of the animated comedy series Star Trek: Lower Decks was one of the funniest shows of 2020, and thankfully it won’t be long until the second season arrives. Here is everything you need to know about Star Trek: Lower Decks season 2. Read More »

infinite review

“There are among us a people gifted with a perfect memory of all their past lives. They call themselves Infinites!” So says Mark Wahlberg less than a minute into Infinite, the hacky and dreadfully blah sci-fi action pic from director Antoine Fuqua. Wahlberg doesn’t usually do voice-over narration in his movies, and it’s easy to see (or rather, hear) why – he’s very bad at it. Infinite thankfully doesn’t have wall-to-wall Wahlberg voice-overs, but when it happens, you’ll be in awe at how out of his element Wahlberg seems. He sounds as if he’s reading his lines, and reading them for the very first time, too. On top of that, he sounds like he doesn’t understand the words that he’s looking at, as if he were reading a foreign language and trying to pronounce things phonetically.

I’m not saying ditching the voice-over would save Infinite – it’s too far gone for that. But it sure wouldn’t hurt.

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paramount+ ad-supported subscription plan

The cheaper, ad-supported Paramount+ subscription plan is available now. A lower pricing tier of $4.99 per month has launched today, three months after the rebranding of the ViacomCBS streaming platform from CBS All Access to Paramount+.

This cheaper subscription plan gives Paramount+ a leg up over its old CBS All Access counterpart (which was $5.99 at its cheapest), as will the summer slate of over 1,000 “premium” movies and new original TV series, led by the Paramount+ exclusive release of the Mark Wahlberg action thriller Infinite.

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infinite trailer

If this Infinite trailer is the first you’re hearing of the Mark Wahlberg-starring action movie, you’d be forgiven for thinking that it was a Paramount+ Original, as it’s billed as. But just as Wahlberg’s action hero gets reincarnated in Infinite, so does this former theatrical release get rebranded as a Paramount+ Original. Watch the final Infinite trailer below.

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