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My introduction to this actor was in the historical period drama, Sungkyunkwan Scandal (2010). This series is on my list of historical K-dramas that slipped under the radar. He had the lead role and his female lead was Park Min Young. He started his career in entertainment as a singer and was a member of 2 K-Pop groups.
Ever since the new owners took over, The CW has mostly ceased to be relevant to the average Popgeeks reader, focusing on Canadian imports and golf instead of the weird fantastical programs we used to get. However, they’re not ENTIRELY done with weird. There was a surprise order last year of a new series in Dean Devlin’s long-running Librarians thingamajig.
Brigette Lundy-Paine is not in enough things. They were the breakout star of Netflix’s Atypical and they were most excellent in Bill and Ted Face The Music, and….that’s about all we’ve seen them in. But there’s one more on the way — Lundy-Paine will be featured in the horror movie I Saw The TV Glow, coming this spring from A24.
But I digress. Back to my review.
A small LA-based animation studio called Hazimation will be releasing their creation Max Beyond on digital platforms this spring. Hazimation may not have the budget or resources for a full-fledged theatrical debut, but they are willing to explore a genre most mainstream animated films don’t: the sci-fi thriller.
After months of teasing, Free League has finally released the Dragonbane Bestiary — an expansion book for the Dragonbane RPG that adds 63 additional, never before seen monsters to the roster.
The Walt Disney Company announced this afternoon that after a decade and a half, studio executive Sean Bailey is leaving the studio. His replacement has already been picked: fellow suit David Greenbaum, effective immediately.
“Connect” is an urban legend. People say it’s a legend because they have never met anybody who was a real Connect. But what is it? A Connect is a person who does not die. That must be a legend. That can’t be real. Right?
♦ There are Two Places You Should Never Go: A Prison and a Hospital
Netflix’s BEEF was one of their most popular shows last year. The title refers not to a bovine meat product but that simmering rage that boils between two rivals. “I got a BEEF with you” is the expression.
About a decade ago people were telling me I had to start watching this new True Detective show on HBO. “It’s the best show ever!” they told me. My slow self didn’t even start to consider it until Season 2 was already a thing, at which point people were NOW telling me “don’t bother, it’s garbage now.” I thought I’d just never hear about True Detective anymore, but now that it’s made it all the way to Season 4, people are telling me to watch it again? Make up your minds!
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