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Join Me as I interview playwright, producer and director Roberto Willams on the struggle to realize his vision of Batman in Fathers of the Dark Knight!!!
In BATES MOTEL, the PSYCHO prequel series on A&E (Mondays at 10pE/P), the astonishingly flexible NESTOR CARBONELL plays Sheriff Alex Romero, riding herd over White Pine Bay, the unhinged drama's fictional setting.
Romero is the "moral" center of the town, although morality is relative in this upscale human sewer. Imposing and discerning, Romero got involved in Norma Bates' life after an unfortunate incident at the motel early in season 1. "I am the last person who you want on your bad side, Mrs. Bates," he intoned with stoney seriousness.
This season he has become - perhaps against his better judgment - even more involved with the Bates, residing at the motel after his house was torched by a reckless local drug kingpin, and he has become friendly and uneasily familiar with Norma.
Nestor Carbonell was born in New York City and variously raised in Mexico, Venezuela, Florida, Connecticut, the Bahamas, and London. He graduated from Harvard University with a degree in English, where a first-year drama course led to his interest in performing.
Nestor is most often recognized for his integral role in the acclaimed series LOST as the iconic Richard Alpert. This role, as well as his turn as Mayor Anthony Garcia in Christopher Nolan's THE DARK KNIGHT series has shown Nestor's versatility, range, and complexity as an actor.
His additional TV credits include RINGER, CANE, HOUSE, SCRUBS, MONK, and SUDDENLY SUSAN, for which he earned two ALMA Awards for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series. Nestor currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife, actress Shannon Kenny, and their two sons.
The Dark Knight finally rises on this special edition of The Scottscope. The roundtable will place the epic capper to Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight Trilogy” under the proverbial microscope. Was it worth the wait? Is it a fitting end to the trilogy? Does it provide the proper sense of closure? What worked? What didn’t work? How does it measure up Batman Begins and The Dark Knight? Does the film take a political stance of any sort? How does the trilogy as a whole measure up?
The Scottscope also takes a serious look at the horrific shooting incident in Colorado. Was there any way that this horrible tragedy could have been avoided? Can anything be done to make the movie going experience safer for patrons? Has Hollywood’s response to the incident been the appropriate one? Has the news media’s coverage of the incident been biased in any way? Will this change America’s movie going habits? Will it affect the kind of movies that Hollywood makes?
Join us as we probe the many mysteries of The Dark Knight Rises. All questions will be answered, and not a single stone will be left unturned. The discussion begins at 9pm EST, so be sure to tune in. It should be a wild ride!
Lorne Balfe is a Grammy Award winning, Emmy and BAFTA nominated film composer from Inverness, Scotland. Lorne is known for composing the scores to the Dreamworks’ animation Megamind, and Ubisoft’s acclaimed game, Assassin’s Creed III.In addition to recognition earned for producing two of Hans Zimmer’s Oscar- nominated scores, Sherlock Holmes and Inception, Lorne has also received significant recognition for his work in the United Kingdom. In 2009, Lorne was nominated for the Discovery of the Year World Soundtrack Award for his score in the BAFTA award-winning film, Crying With Laughter. Lorne began his career in Hollywood providing additional music on several major motion pictures including the second and third installments of The Pirates of the Caribbean, The Simpsons Movie, Angels & Demons, Iron Man, and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. He also composed additional music on the Golden Globe nominated film Frost/Nixon. Complimented by his additional music, Balfe’s role as a score producer on 2008′s The Dark Knight earned Lorne a Grammy for Best Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture. Balfe was music producer and composer of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 video game, and score producer for Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes, which earned a 2010 Oscar nomination for Best Original Score. Only a year later, in 2011, Balfe produced the score for Christopher Nolan’s Inception, which also earned an Oscar nomination for Best Original Score. In more recent years, Balfe composed additional music for The Dark Knight,Inception, Rango, Kung Fu Panda 2, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows,Madagascar 3, and 2012′s The Dark Knight Rises. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
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We will discuss our thoughts on the Dark Knight Rises. The first part of the show will be without spoilers, but the second part will have spoliers. We will give a SPOILER ALERT when we shift gears. Cyrus has a potential career in celebrity impersonations.
AreYouScreening.com host and BFCA film critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, take on The Dark Knight Rises.
Probably isn't much to say here, being that it's the most anticipated movie of the summer, and everyone's opinion is likely solidified.
We're expanding the show for this one, and we're going to try to also talk about our impressions on this strange summer film season.
In this special episode of PG we are joined by Miss Texas USA 2011 Ana Rodriguez to see what she has been up to since last she appeared on the program. We'll also be breaking down with her the blockbuster Summer movie The Dark Knight Rises. ***Spoiler Alert*** We will be discussing plot points so avoid if you haven't seen the movie yet
This is Beyond the Airwaves: The Infinity Project, where we go beyond the mainstream media and tackle issues that don't seem so important to the major networks.
Do you love the cape and cowl? Do you love the fact he has no real superpowers and just uses his equipment and intelligence? Do you really love Kevin Conroy saying the line, "I am vengeance. I am the night. I AM BATMAN!" Do you really abhor the bat nipples and bat credit card in Batman and Robin? Are you grateful for Christopher Nolan's trilogy? Do you see the theme here? Yeah, it's all about the Dark Knight himself. See why Batman's done so well after an incredible 75 years...and still going even stronger than ever.
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TONIGHT, MY BUDDY FLASHBACK AND I WILL TEAM UP TO TAKE AN INDEPTH LOOK AT THE DARK KNIGHT RISES!
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