In the last few years, TV has seen the rise of the Showrunner, a person who is the face of a show both behind the scenes and in public and this new documentary interviews a number recent and current showrunners about the process of creating and maintaining a show.
“How much you wanna make a bet I can throw a football over them mountains?… Yeah… Coach woulda put me in fourth quarter, we would’ve been state champions. No doubt. No doubt in my mind”
The Asylum went back to the public domain pool for a movie that could capitalize on 2009’s Land of the Lost and came up with Edgar Rice Burroughs’ “The Land That Time Forgot”.
Emphasis on the “Lost” part of the title, Bruce Boxleitner and a group of plane crash survivors must find a way to escape a mysterious land inhabited by giant spiders, Abercrombie & Fitch tribesmen and a strung out King Kong knock off in King of the Lost World.
Andrew Divoff has appeared in tons of movies and TV shows, almost always playing a super intimidating, Russian villain.
John Cusack and Malin Ackerman have to crack the code of the mysterious “numbers stations” that have driven conspiracy theories since World War II.
Blowing up after playing the ultimate villain on Lost, Titus Welliver has appeared in a number of shows and movies, usually as some sort of law enforcement.
“I have an affinity for good roles in good films. I like a variety of parts, and if some of the good stuff happens to be in fantasy and horror, I do them” -Jeff Fahey on his many roles
Brett Cullen usually shows up as either a father or the rival of the main character and has appeared in a bunch of movies and TV shows, including Apollo 13, Lost, Friday Night Lights, Ghost Rider, The West Wing and Damages.
Ridley Scott returns to sci-fi with Prometheus and also returns to the Alien universe to the tell a prequel about an alien species who might have created the human race and a science team setting out to discover a planet depicted in ancient carvings and writings.