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The Doctor

I had edited a photo to learn the effects of modes. I picked a picture of the Eleventh Doctor from the TV show, Doctor Who, to appropriate. 341 more words


RuPaul Inspired Series in Development at Hulu

A Hulu series inspired RuPaul’s life is in development, J.J Abrams is executive producing.

“The series, currently titled “Queen,” will present a fictionalized version of RuPaul’s rise to prominence beginning in 1980’s New York up to the present day as a world-renowned drag queen and global icon for the LGBT community.”

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Hulu Nabs Bad Robot's Period Dramedy Based On RuPaul’s Life For Development

RuPaul’s half-hour dramedy series project with J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot has landed at Hulu for development.

The project, tentatively titled Queen, is a fictionalized version of RuPaul’s rise from club kid to drag queen, gay icon, and global star.  150 more words

Breaking News

⊥Bookmark: Castle Rock by Stephen King

By pure chance I just saw the five month old teaser trailer for Castle Rock, a TV series by Stephen King and J.J. Abrams, based on the freaky, creepy universe Stephen King created in his books. 100 more words

Quote Of The Month

Interview with Lauren Blumenfeld of Pop TV's "Nightcap": "What attracts me to comedy"

This Wednesday at 8/7c, it’s the season finale of Nightcap (Lionsgate/Dakota Pictures/Trout the Dog Productions), Pop TV’s outrageous scripted madhouse comedy. The series takes you backstage at America’s number five rated late-night talk show, “ 1,720 more words


Super 8

Year:  2011
Directed By: J.J. Abrams
Written By: J. J. Abrams


Since making that miserable journey through Star Trek and coming to the invigorated… 1,587 more words

Science Fiction

Jony Ive: Apple's earbuds were inspired by Star Wars' Stormtroopers

”On a sunny day in May, Jonathan Ive — Jony to anyone who knows him — first encounters a completed section of Apple Park, the giant campus in Cupertino, California, that has turned into one of his longest projects as Apple’s chief designer,” Christina Passariello reports for The Wall Street Journal. 430 more words