Finally, Under the Dome is on TV and if the pilot is an indication of how the rest of the series is going to be, be ready to be hooked. A pilot is not an easy episode as the creators have to introduce the main characters and the plot quickly. And what we can say about Under The Dome is that the show doesn’t lose time to do so.
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Doctor Sleep is not just the simple new King’s book it’s also the sequel of one of his most popular novel: The Shining. The novel became not only a literary hit but also cinema classic with Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation featuring the incredible performance from Jack Nicholson.
Planned to go on sale September 24, the novel will follow Dan Torrance who is now a middle-aged man still haunted by the inhabitants of the Overlook Hotel. Years after the events of The Shining, he is settled in a New Hampshire Town where he works in a nursing home using his remnant shining power to provide the final comfort to the dying. Over there, he becomes for the patient the “Doctor Sleep”.
This is one of the most awaited TV shows of the summer: Under the Dome premieres tonight, June 24th, on CBS.
The show follows the residents of Chester’s Mill, a small town, whose lives are suddenly changed when they’re cut off from the rest of the world when a mysterious impenetrable barrier, shaped like a dome, surrounds the town. A small group of people decides to reunite their force to maintain peace and order trying to answer the question: why this dome appeared and how to escape. The show stars some well-known actors such as Rachelle Lefevre (Twilight) and Dean Norris (Breaking Bad).
As usual super-heroes and blockbusters rock our summers. This year you can choose between Star Trek, Man of Steel, Pacific Rim, World War Z, The Wolverine or you can decide to spend your summer with one of the funniest guys of our time: Steve Carell.
According to Deadline Hollywood, Liv Tyler is joining the cast of “Leftovers” the new TV shows made-in HBO. Tyler will opposite Justin Theroux in this show produced by Damon Lindelof (Stark Trek, Star Trek into Darkness, Lost)
Based on Tom Perrotta’s novel, the show follows a group of people who were left behind after the Rapture occurs in the suburban community of Mapleton. After the disappearance of more than 100 people, the group has to rebuild their lives.
Tyler will play Meg, a young woman who is about to get married but becomes the target of a cult.
Perrotta is co-writing and exec producing the pilot. It’s also Tyler’s first TV project.
No airing date has been announced yet.
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