The cast of Lost in Space revealed that the epic family adventure series will return for a second season on December 24, along with the first teaser for the new season.
The Netflix original series is produced by Legendary Television. Lost in Space stars Toby Stephens, Molly Parker, Maxwell Jenkins, Mina Sundwall, Taylor Russell, Ignacio Serricchio and Parker Posey. Zack Estrin (showrunner), Kevin Burns, Jon Jashni, Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless serve as executive producers.
During the Star Trek Universe panel at New York Comic Con a new trailer for Star Trek: Picard was shown, in addition the premiere date for the new series was made official.
Work on the series started despite expectations that Patrick Stewart would never reprise his role as Jean-Luc Picard, executive producer Alex Kurtzman said.
“We were sitting in a room, we were actually doing some stuff and said, ‘wouldn’t it be fun to do one of the Short Treks about Picard,’ and we said, ‘A Short Trek would be great, but wouldn’t it be great to bring him back?’”
Stewart turned down the idea in the initial meeting before finding himself curious about the concept; a request for more details led to the creation of a 35-page document from writer and executive producer Michael Chabon, which got him to sign on.
The Star Wars official canon is giving the symbol for the evil order of The Sith a major makeover. It is now confirmed that this new official symbol for The Sith will make its debut in the upcoming movie Star Wars: The Rise ofSkywalker.
The Sith have a new symbol in Star Wars canon, which seems to replace the one previously used in Legends. While Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine were the two Sith Lords in the original Star Wars trilogy, it wasn’t until the prequels released that Lucasfilm dove deep into the history of the Sith in canon. Up until then, practically everything Star Wars fans knew about the Sith came from the Expanded Universe (later Legends). But that’s slowly starting to change.
That trifecta represents the Source of the Force and its light and dark sides (respectively), which is arguably the meaning behind this new Sith symbol. That struggle between light and dark would also be a theme that speaks back to Ben Solo / Kylo Ren, and his rivalry with Rey, which many fans have begun to assume will be the live-action franchise’s way of referencing “The Son” and “The Daughter.”
Truth be told, most Star Wars viewers are probably best acquainted with the symbol of the SITH Empire, with its hexagon outer shell, with six arrows in the inner circle, pointing to the six corners of the hexagon frame. However, the Sith have had some of the most varied symbols in the franchise, depending which era of the evil religion we’re talking about.
It also doesn’t help that the Sith insignia is so often conflated with those of the Galactic Empire (and now The First Order), as Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine’s status as Sith Lords was virtually non-existent in the Star Wars Original Trilogy. No doubt this new symbol is a much more distinct and memorable re-invention of the Sith insignia – one that works in perfect coordination with the angelic wing look of the Jedi symbol, which similarly invokes the three-pronged symbolism if The Father, Son, and Daughter. However, whereas the Jedi symbol reaches upward toward the sky/heavens/source of the Force, the Sith symbol instead seems to take the source of its power (the diamond-shaped head) and channels it downward, which fans can interpret in any number of socio-religious ways.
In a new trailer for Terminator: Dark Fate, Sarah Connor speaks of how she changed the future, preventing the Judgement Day that was supposed to occur on August 29, 1997. However, it soon becomes apparent that humanity’s fate still wasn’t altered.
After the stories of Jango and Boba Fett, another warrior emerges in the
Star Wars universe. “The Mandalorian” is set after the fall of the
Empire and before the emergence of the First Order. We follow the
travails of a lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy far
from the authority of the New Republic.