Episode 40:Picard’s a wrap, we’ll take it and Episode 41:Rick Stasi is not the Joker, but he is an Iron Man


Multiverse Tonight Episode 40 Sci Fi Edition

Tonight! Picard’s a wrap, More trouble in Discovery’s writers room and JJ Abrams has something to say about Star Wars fans and on this edition of Multiverse Tonight!

Welcome to the scifi edition of Multiverse Tonight. I will admit right at the beginning here that my heart wasn’t fully in this episode. You see this episode falls during one of the few vacations I get from my night job and my wife and I were going to go to Wizard World Tulsa this past weekend, but we canceled it because the fridge died, so we had to buy a new one. So this became a staycation. But it wasn’t all bad, we went to the Kansas State Fair, we saw It Chapter 2 and went out to a couple of good places to eat.  By the way, if you’d like to help get me to more cons in the future. Just go to the website and click on the donate link at the top of the page. However. That doesn’t mean that we don’t have some news, so….

Star Trek

Star Trek Picard is a wrap. The production has wrapped up filming on season one and we know this thanks to VFX Supervisor Ante Dekovic who posted on Instagram quote “That’s a wrap on Star Trek: Picard!!! …at least the filming part. All is left, months of post production,“”Thanks @startrekcbs @michael.chabon , Akiva, @alexkurtzmanofficial and of course @sirpatstew for the experience. . Also a big thank you to everybody who helped us on set with the VFX. Even that for most of the time, it was hard to imagine or understand the things that we do. 🖖 . Can’t wait for the world to watch the show and get their minds blown!” unquote The series comes to CBS All Access in early 2020

And one man who is breathing a sigh of relief is Number one himself, Jonathan Frakes. Speaking at Fan Expo Canada, Mr. Frakes admitted that after spending so much time behind the camera as a director, he was nervous acting opposite Patrick Stewart again. Quote “I hadn’t acted in a long, long, long time,” “I hadn’t played Riker in 18 years, and I’ve been very fortunate to be busy directing. I acted briefly in a movie in Winnipeg about 10 years ago. And I had a major anxiety attack because, for whatever reason, I’d forgotten to act. I forgot how to act. I was not a pretty picture for a few hours. I got my s–t together and ended up doing fine.

“I had just directed two episodes of Picard with Sir Patrick and, as I said, his acting muscle was well-toned. And Marina (Sirtis) had just closed having starred in a play in the West End in London. So, I knew she was going to be in good form. So, I was a nervous wreck. It ended up going very well. But don’t let anybody tell you it’s like getting back on a bike. That’s bulls–t. That’s acting bulls–t.” unquote. 

He was excited to direct the third and fourth episodes of the series saying quote “Eighteen years later. I think the fans are going to be thrilled and excited and surprised,”  “I have had the privilege of reading the first couple of episodes and I have spent some time with Patrick who is so engaged [laughs] Sorry. It’s wonderful. It’s smart. I’m excited about it. He is obviously more excited. His announcing of it at Las Vegas — which I believe was his idea —was very smart. You know he is 78, and he is going to be carrying the show on his shoulders, his considerable shoulders.

“I’m excited for him and personally, I feel so blessed to back,”  “It’s so ironic that I spent so many years trying to expand where I was working and I was lucky enough to get onto other types of shows. The directing has been a mitzvah for me—to learn another craft. And now I am deeply ensconced in the world I was in 31 years ago—and I’ve got to say—incredibly grateful for it, between The Orville, and Discovery and Picard. And hopefully the Empress Georgiou show.”

At Fan Expo Canada Mister Frakes also discussed Season three of Discovery saying quote “I can tell you this much about season three of Discovery: It is in fact much more optimistic,”  “They’ve gotten themselves out of the Mirror Universe… After Gene died, some of the writers decided that Deep Space Nine should maybe take a different tone, which, I think, it did to certain degrees of success. The optimism that Gene infused in all of his shows and in all of us may not be as obvious as it once was, but it’s certainly the driving force of his vision and the franchise and [Alex] Kurtzman and all the people who run our shows are very conscious that that canon is important to all of you and all of us. JJ [Abram]’s movies, I thought, were very uplifting and wonderfully told stories. There needs to be conflict to make drama. So I’m here to share that Discovery certainly is taking a more optimistic, traditional Star Trek approach in next season.”

Wait, they’re conscious about cannon? Really? 

Anyway, Discovery Season three jumps 930 years into the future but arrives sooner than that next year.

Ethan Peck, who played Spock on the last season of Discovery is still hoping for a Captain Pike spinoff. Speaking at the Trekonderoga con in Ticonderoga, New York. The most recent Mister Spock said quote “So, hopefully… Anson (Mount), Rebecca (Romijn) and I are all hoping to have a spinoff of our own and we can do all this proper.”

He also told the audience that his eyebrows were fake, but his beard was his own quote“About a month before I went out (to start filming), Alex Kurtzman, the showrunner—who became the showrunner as I joined the show—he was like ‘don’t shave.’ When he told me that Spock was going to have a beard, I was like ‘Oh, shoot. I’m going to be Spock with a beard, people are going to absolutely smash me online. And of course a lot of people did—which is is fine, it’s to be expected. People are going to think what they’re going to think, and can’t control that. So I just do my best. And I thought it’d be gone in an episode or two. I think Alex liked it so much, and I think they were still developing the end of the season in the writer’s room when I joined. It stayed… and I’m so glad it did.” unquote 

Spock and Number One will be back in one of the new Short Treks coming soon. 

And just when I thought I was done with this episode’s Discovery News, this past friday The HollyWood Reporter dropped news that Author Walter Mosley has quit Star Trek Discovery after he used the N-Word in the writers room. Mosley, who is black wrote in an op-ed for the New York Times in which he revealed that he quit after being chastised by human resources for using the word on the job. Mosley had been recruited for the writers room by Alex Kurtzman. Mr. Kurtzman and showrunner Michelle Paradise were informed of the complaint by the human resources department Mr. Mosley’s op ed read quote “Earlier this year, I had just finished with the Snowfall writers’ room for the season when I took a similar job on a different show at a different network. I’d been in the new room for a few weeks when I got the call from human resources. A pleasant-sounding young man said, ‘Mr. Mosley, it has been reported that you used the n-word in the writers’ room,'” “I replied, ‘I am the N-word in the writers’ room.'” unquote. Mr. Mosley went on to explain in the op ed how he was told that although it was alright to use the word in a script, it was not alright to say it. Apparently he had used the word in the telling of a story about a cop who had used it. He also said that he was unaware who had complained. CBS in response to the Op Ed put out a statement saying quote “We have the greatest admiration for Mr. Mosley’s writing talents and were excited to have him join Star Trek: Discovery. While we cannot comment on the specifics of confidential employee matters, we are committed to supporting a workplace where employees feel free to express concerns and where they feel comfortable performing their best work. We wish Mr. Mosley much continued success.” unquote 

Mosley decided to resign because quote “My answer to HR was to resign and move on. I was in a writers’ room trying to be creative while at the same time being surveilled by unknown critics who would snitch on me to a disembodied voice over the phone,“”My every word would be scrutinized. Sooner or later I’d be fired or worse — silenced.” unquote Walter Mosley is a best selling writer widely recognized for his crime fiction. He has written four sci fi books. Blue Light, Futureland: Nine Stories of an Imminent world, The Wave and 47. I hope Mr. Mosley well in his future endeavors.

Presidential Candidate and New Jersey Senator Cory Booker is a Trekkie. In a recent interview with the New York Times, Booker revealed how his father first introduced him to Star Trek and how Gene Roddenberry’s vision of the future informed his 2020 presidential bid. He also revealed that his favorite Star Trek captain is Jean Luc Picard. He told the Times quote “Besides his great haircut, I do love how profoundly intellectual he is and how reasoned and thoughtful,” “I was just rewatching the episode with him and Wesley Crusher, basically the one where Wesley is leaving and they get trapped and Picard is injured [Season 4’s “Final Mission”]. He is incredibly affectionate toward him in a very restrained, British way. You could still see that he is still a nurturing leader. There’s something about his style that I’ve just found compelling.”

Here’s to seeing how far Senator Booker can boldly go.

Star Wars

Solo: A Star Wars story almost had a new character. Lando Calrissian’s brother. Jonathan Kasdan confirmed this bit of trivia on twitter. The character actually appears in a UK Han Solo Sticker book, Kasdan than filled in the details quote Quote “Korso “The muscle in Beckett’s crew who died in battle shortly after they crash-landed on Mimban,” “Korso was in every draft of the script (including an early version where he was Lando’s big brother) and every cut of the movie ’til just before lock when he was removed to simplify.” unquote Unfortunately we will probably never see this brother as a sequel to Solo seems unlikely…Maybe they could use him in the Mandalorian or one of the other new series?

Now while I brought up the Mandallorian, We have some news that  Giancarlo Esposito spoke to IGN about his character on the show, Moff Gideon and his role in the wake of the empire’s dissolution.

Quote “He certainly looks villainous, we don’t know. Could be, could be for good, could be for evil, could be the conqueror. Could be the savior. We all need order in our world, and this is an Empire that’s fallen, it has no order,“”Moff Gideon’s very very intelligent, very knowledgeable. He’s very particular about his operation and what he does. He’s certainly rising.“”He was an Imperial soldier before the Empire fell. He uses all of what he’s learned and has been risen through the ranks because he has some sense of order. But yet, he can be cruel and he will not withstand fools. And he’s a traveler. He gets around and knows everything, and no one knows why.” Unquote Sounds like with the Empire gone, Gideon is busy setting up his own little empire.

Additionally, In a feature in Entertainment Weekly, Showrunner Jon Favreau described the setting for the show as quote “It’s like after the Roman Empire falls, or when you don’t have a centralized shogun in Japan­ — and, of course, the Old West, when there wasn’t any government in the areas that had not yet been settled,”. “Those are also cinematic tropes in films that originally inspired George Lucas to make Star Wars.”

We also learn about IG-11 in the article, The character who bears a resemblence to IG-88 from the original trilogy is voiced by Taika Waititi, He  said that quote “[IG-11 is] very innocent and naive and direct and doesn’t know about sarcasm and doesn’t know how to lie,” “It’s like a child with a gun.” That sounds like a bad combination.

JJ Abrams had something to say about Star Wars fans. And it’s not an expletive. Speaking with Marvelous TV during the D23 expo, he said. Quote “You just have to be grateful for them, because you don’t want to be working on something no-one cares about,” “And you have to understand that they’ve got their opinions and, of course, you have to value them. You’re never going to please everyone, you have to know that going in, and just do the best you can. I’m nothing but thankful as someone who considers myself a fan. I can’t wait for them to see the film.” unquote 

Talking to the Associated Press, He also made it quote clear that Rise of Skywalker won’t be any kind of  course correction from Rian johnsons’ Last Jedi saying quote “The story that we’re telling, the story that we started to conceive when we did The Force Awakens was allowed to continue. Episode (8) VIII didn’t really derail anything that we were thinking about,” “But I will say that the fun of this movie is that these characters are all together on this adventure as a group. That’s the thing that I was most excited about to see, the dynamic between these characters that these amazing actors play on this desperate, seat-of-your-pants adventure. That, to me, was the most fun, having the group together.”

In other words, sit back relax and stop reading haters online.

Well one thing just about every fan can agree on, is a love for John Williams Star Wars scores. Mr. Williams began work on the score for The Rise of Skywalker this summer and recently talked about it at one of his concerts. Terry Matalas, the showrunner for Syfy’s 12 monkeys shared a clip of Williams remarks from the concert and put it up on twitter. Mr. Williams said quote “J.J. Abrams is directing a new film, and I agree he’s doing a fantastic job, and I think, I won’t say anything about it spoiling the ending, it’ll just put you all away. I think you’ll love it,”

So the Galaxy’s Edge is now open at both Disney World and Disney land. If you’ve been there in the past month and want to go again, Disney is now offering a special contest to anyone who visited between August 29th and September 30th. The official @starwars twitter account tweeted out. Quote “Ready to head #BacktoBatuu? Find out more about the exciting new Star Wars #GalaxysEdge sweepstakes,” unquote. So here’s the deal. Star Wars dot com wants you to post to instagram or twitter photos from the galaxy’s edge using the hashtags #sweepstakes, #galaxysedge and #backtoBatuu plus a tag to @WaltDisneyWorld. There is also a post on the walt disney world facebook page where you can also enter. You can learn more at backtobatuu dot com. 

The Transportation Safety Administration or as I call them the Security Theater Department Has decided to reverse a ban on the Galaxy’s Edge Coke Bottles. The TSA recently had decided to ban people from bringing the collectible bottles through airport security because the bottles look like Thermal Detonators…a fictional explosive device. However, In a statement given to CNN a spokesperson for the TSA said quote “We have completed our review, and instructed our officers to treat these as an oversized liquid,” “Because these bottles contain liquids larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters), they should be put in checked baggage or emptied to be brought on as carry-on item.”

The bottles are one of the most affordable souvenirs at the attraction coming in at five dollars and forty nine cents.

Geek

Ursula K Le Guin’s Earthsea series is set to be adapted into a new tv series from A24 and producer Jennifer Fox. Deadline reports that the series had been optioned last year prior to Le Guin passing away. She had given her blessing for the novels to be turned into a series of films. However that has been reenvisioned as a tv series. The Earthsea Cycle spans a series of novels and stories beginning with 1968’s The Wizard of EarthSea. The series spanned five novels. No word on where the show will air or when.

Too Expensive. That’s what The Goonies stars Corey Feldman and Sean Astin were told by director Richard Donner about there pitch for The Goonies 2. Feldman told fans at Fan Expo Boston quote “Every year, the rumor circulates, ‘Goonies 2 is definitely gonna happen now,’ and we’ll be like, ‘No, it’s not,’” “But Richard Donner at one point started fueling it himself and went to the press. He used to call us and tell us we were going back to work, and we’d get all excited, and then it wouldn’t happen [laughs].”

Donner, Feldman explained was joking with everyone, but Astin and Fledman did sit down to work out a serious idea. They sat down and came up with a sequel idea and presented it to  Richard Donner, Chris Columbus and Steven Spielberg, however though Donner loved it he told them it was too expensive and he wanted to go smaller. 

However they both think Goonies 2 could still happen. More likely a reboot with cameos, but  Feldman said quote “They’re making Ghostbusters 3, come on,” “If they can make Ghostbusters 3, they can make Goonies 2.” So are the Goonies Good Enough to get a sequel or should they just reboot it?

Speaking of reboots, Paramount Pictures is set to reboot the Nicolas Cage, John Travolta movie Face/Off with a reboot done by 22 Jump Street writer Oren Uziel, this news confirmed by the Hollywood Reporter. The original 1997 movie saw Cage and Travolta in a film where Travolta’s FBI agent and Cage’s terrorist, trade faces via plastic surgery to mess with each other. The new film will be produced by Fast and Furious’ Neal Moritz with David Permut serving as executive producer.  No more details about the project has surfaced. 

Now let’s take a look at the box office report.

So let’s look at this past weekend’s box office.

https://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/chart/

Well that brings us to the end of another sci fi edition of Multiverse Tonight

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Multiverse Tonight 41 Comics edition

Tonight! DC’s Joker has Oscar’s in it’s eyes Iron Man becomes an Italitan work of art and finally my last interview from Smallville Con with Rick Stasi  all that and more on this edition of Multiverse Tonight!

Welcome to the comics edition of Multiverse Tonight.  How was your summer? Or if your below the equator winter? Guess it’ll be time to sit down and watch some tv, read a comic or two. Conisider Life, The Universe and Everything. Ya know, normal stuff. 

We have some info still trickling out from San Diego Comic Con. The Flash Grant Gustin as revealed a little about how the Crisis gets started over on The Flash. Talking with Comic Book dot com he said quote “I can’t spoil too too much because I haven’t read it yet,” “I’ve been teased a lot from our guys what it’s going to be. The Monitor shows up at the end of tour first episode and says the universe is in jeopardy and in order to save the universe, Barry Allen has to die. And Barry Allen doesn’t know about this deal Oliver made with the Monitor, either, so someone’s gonna die.” Will Barry die like he did in the comic book version of The Crisis?  Guess we will see. The Flash’s sixth season starts on October 8th.

Lucifer’s fifth and final season’s premiere episode has a title. The Lucifer Writers Room twitter account shared an image of the season 5 premiere script which is written by Jason Ning and directed by Eagle Egilsson. The title Really Sad Devil Guy. LHmm. Seems things aren’t going well for the neglectful ruler of hell. I really need to get myself caught up.

We have some guest star news for episode 5 of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Jesssica Jones alum Terry Chen will be playing the legendary conqueror Genghis Khan. THe episode title Mortal Khanbat has the ruler of Mongolia finding himself in 1990s era Hong Kong. Being a quick learner, he starts to use his strategic mind to conquer the planet. The episode will also mark the directing debut of series regular Caity Lotz.

Well some are interested in seeing Joker, personally that’s not me. It’s just not my kind of comic book movie. However it is getting a lot of possible Oscar buzz and at the screening of the movie at the Venice Film Festival the movie received an eight minute standing ovation from the audience. The movie, which is not connected to the DCEU or Batman at all could be the catalyst for WarnerMedia and DC to take creative and independent chances with their characters in the future. 

Now if this causes a change to comic book movies or not Joker producer Emma Tillinger Koskoff is not a fan of the genre. Speaking with AP News she said quote “It’s not my preferred genre, the comic book genre,” Koskoff told AP News. “I literally can’t watch those movies. I try but I can’t. I should but I can’t. But I love this movie. Even if I didn’t work on this movie I would love this movie.” unquote. IN fact the origin of The Joker isn’t even related to the comic book version. Writer and Director Todd Phillips was quoted saying that Joker doesn’t fall into a vat of acid saying quote “That’s a comic book thing” unquote.

 I hate to say it but doesn’t that make this a Comic Book Movie tangentially? If it’s not actually based on the material except for a few loose strands, is it a comic book movie. To get on my soap box here. I have to say no. A comic book movie has to be based on a comic book in more than just name or loosely based character. It would be like making a Star Wars movie. Except no stormtroopers, no galactic empire. There’s a character named Luke Skywalker, but he bares no resemblance to the character we know. Would it be a Star Wars movie? Would it? Anyway…

James Gunn did a Q&A on twitter and he revealed his musical plans for The Suicide Squad saying quote Music is an incredibly important part of ALL of my films, both soundtrack and score. So, yeah. But it will be a lot different than Guardians musically – and in so many other ways. Unquote It’ll be interesting to see what James Gunn puts together for the soundtrack. Unlike The Guardians movie, he won’t be limited to a certain period of time.

And speaking of the Suicide Squad movie, acotr director Taika Waititi is apparently in talks for a role in the movie. Deadline reports that there will be a table reading of the script on September 11th with production starting on September 23rd. He would be joining Margot Robbie, Viola Davis, Joel Kinnaman, and Jai Courtney who are all reprising their roles for The Suicide Squad. Idris Elba is leading the newcomers, including David Dastmalchian as Polka-Dot Man, Daniela Melchior as Ratcatcher, Flula Borg, Nathan Fillion, and Steve Agee as King Shark.

Deadline is reporting that former Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi has joined the cast. Deadline also reports that SNL’s Pete Davidson is in talks for a small cameo as well. The movie is due out 11 months from now on August sixth, 2021.

Marvel

One of the biggest shockers from the D23 con was the revelation that Moon Knight will be coming to Disney Plus as a series. Moon Knight Bill Sienkiewicz wants in. Bill took to Twitter to let Disney know that he’s available to help tweeting back at @newmutant quote “Yes. I’d absolutely love that. @disneyplus: you have my contact info, but just in case, here it is again” Sienkiewicz already has someone in mind to play Marc Moon Knight Spector, although it might be a stretch. Keanu Reeves.  Having previously written quote “Keanu would nail every one of MK’s alternate personalities; chill enough to be Lockley the cabby-or Lyft driver? (because of Uber), suave enough to pull off billionaire Grant, cold & cruel enough to nail the merc Spector, inscrutably badass enough to bring Moon Knight home,” Do you have any suggestions for the role? Let me know. 

We talked about James Gunn’s Suicide Squad. Well Mr. Gunn has been answering questions about the choices of songs he used in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1. In response to a question about what song he was unable to use he responded quote I’ve licensed every song I’ve sought (although on the first film I inquired about Never Been to Spain and its price tag scared me off from even considering it).And, notoriously, both Pilot’s Magic and ELO’s Livin’ Thing sequences were cut from the first film (I regret cutting the Livin’ Thing montage, actually). Unquote In response to a question if we could ever see the montage, he responded quote It’s a dream of mine to do a rerelease of GotG Vol 1 with Livin’ Thing and a couple of other small additions.

Iron Man might have made the ultimate sacrifice in Avengers Endgame…and yes, it’s a fictional Earth, but that doesn’t stop people on this earth from commemorating him. Daniele Basso in Italy has created a sculpture of Iron Man that sits on a slab of marble in the seaside town of Forte dei Marmi, which is located in the province of Lucca, in northern Tuscany. The sculpture dubbed “Man of Steel” captures the hero making the superhero landing that has become pre requisite of superheroes landing on earth. The inscription reads quote “The first monument dedicated to Iron Man in the year of his cinematographic death celebrates Tony Stark, the man who used his great wealth to fight for the ideals in which he believed…” “Reminding us that we are the protagonists of our era. That the future of humanity depends on our decisions … that all of us must be heroes!”

Basso spoks with SyFywire about the sculpture saying quote “Art, for me, is an opportunity to communicate important messages through beauty. The opportunity to remind us of our individual and collective identity. To stimulate consciences … Superheroes talks to the child we always have in our souls. They remember us the sense and the meaning to do the right thing.”

“I like the Tony Stark character, who is not always right. [He’s] a man with his imperfections, but uses all his influence and power to help others. So, I wanted to remember this, which is my vision, the reason I chose Iron Man to send this message to the community … I wanted to remember, [even] in the wonderful and luxury of Forte dei Marmi (and in the crazy and funny Italian summer) the importance of our choices and behavior in everyday life,”

Geek

Netflix’s The Toys that made Us is coming back for season three. The Documentary series about the history of some of our favorite toy lines Will be back on November fifteenth. No word on what season three will cover.

Speaking of show premieres Watchmen will debut on HBO on October 20th. The series is about quote “Set in an alternate history where ‘superheroes’ are treated as outlaws, drama series Watchmen, debuting this fall from executive producer Damon Lindelof (HBO’s The Leftovers) embraces the nostalgia of the original groundbreaking graphic novel of the same name while attempting to break new ground on its own.” unquote 

The Summer box office season is over and there is good news and bad news. The good news. Disney ran away with the summer with three big movie The Lion King, Aladdin and Toy Story 4 grossing more than 1 billion dollars worldwide. The Lion King was the top grosser with 523 and a half million in the US. Disney all together had 40 percent of the domestic box office. Disney would have done better if it weren’t for it’s merger with Fox. Fox had many duds this summer including XMen Dark Phoenix, Stuber and The Art of Racing in the Rain. 

Sony walked away with the second spot thanks to Once Upon A time in Hollywood and Spider-Man Far From Home. It raked in 700 million. Sony’s best since 2006.

However, overall the box office in North America was down from 2018. Down 2 percent according to Comscore..

The Hollywood reporter reports that Gordon Bressack, the emmy award writer of such animated hits as Pink and the Brain and Animaniacs has passed away. Bressack’s son broke the news that he had died after a long health battle. Gordon was nominated for five Daytime emmys winning three with his fellow writers for work on Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain and Pinky, Elmyra and the Brain. In 1998, he became the first recipient of the Writers Guild of America Animation writers caucus Animation award. His credits also included Captain Simian and the Space Monkeys, Mighty Max, Adventures of Sonic The Hedgehog, Darkwing Duck, Tiny Toon Adventures, The Smurfs, Bionic Six, Snorks and many more. He is survived by his son, James Cullen Bressack, his daughters Jackie and Samantha, his grandchild Logan and his three siblings. He was 68.

And now my interview with Rick Stasi.

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