Netflix has had a lot of projects in the fire lately, but this is the big one — their most ambitious offering of 2023, premiering nine days before the end of the year itself. It’s ridiculously expensive, carrying a price tag of $166 million for the production of two films (this is just Part One). We may be nearing the end of the age when streamers will spend Infinity Dollars on one project, but Rebel Moon is quite a loud way to go out. However, will it be good?
Han Tae-Sul (played by Cho Seung-Woo) is a genius computer engineer and the CEO of Quantum & Time. Han Tae-Sul invented the uploader which allowed people to time travel. Gang Seo-Hae (played by Park Shin-Hye) is a woman who time travels from the future to the past BEFORE the uploader has been invented. Seo-Hae’s mission is to protect Han Tae-Sul and to prevent a nuclear war. In the time period she came from there was a war and South Korea had been destroyed.
In the not too distant future, next Sunday AD, there was a man named Joel, no different than you or me. He produced a long-running cable show, where they made fun of movies either bad or slow. He did a pretty good job raking in the cash, but his bosses grew sick of him so they booted out his ass.
One of Netflix’s largest projects to date is Rebel Moon, a big, expensive, super-long sci-fi movie created by Zack Snyder and based on ideas he had for a Star Wars film. The movie is set to hit the streamer in December, but before then, a tabletop RPG was set for release that would establish the setting and world.
The purpose of this series is to find the answer to the question: Even if time travel is possible, should it be permissible? The physicist who finally figured out how to accomplish time travel thought it was good. She thought that you can go back to your past and experience wonderful memories again. What a pity that others found more sinister and pernicious ways to take advantage of time traveling.
First, a woman supplied her ovum and a man supplied his sperm. You don’t need to be a scientific genius to know that is the beginning of human life. But! Suppose after you joined the ovum and the sperm, you combined human DNA with DNA from jellyfish, fruit flies, electric eels, and other animals. Now! Is the baby a human? A monster? A half-human, half-monster?
Ahsoka’s own show is fast approaching Disney+ at light speed, and the first full trailer was released this morning. It makes clear what executive producer Dave Filoni has been implying this whole time: the show is an outright sequel to Star Wars Rebels.
PLOT SUMMARY: “The year is 2092, and Earth is borderline uninhabitable, overrun by arid deserts and the dry orange color grading of Blade Runner 2049. Everyone who can afford it has moved off the ruined planet to live in orbit on a seemingly utopian colony named Eden, built and ruled by a megacorporation.” (Quote Source: Space Sweepers review: Netflix sci-fi movie feels like Cowboy Bebop | Polygon)
Dune: Part 2 is the long awaited sequel of the adaptation of a popular book franchise.
Kim Woo-bin started acting in 2011 and no sooner than he had developed a fan base, 5+ years later his health took a turn for the worse. In 2017, he was diagnosed with nasopharyngeal carcinoma, an aggressive form of cancer. He took time off to focus on his health. The good news is that the medical treatment he received has helped him to recover (Kim Woo-bin says he’s “clean” from cancer, …) and in 2022 he resumed his acting career. He completed three (3) projects in 2022: a film, Alienoid, and a TV series, Our Blues, both released in 2022; and Black Knight, which was released in 2023. Fans are more than overjoyed that he has returned to the screen.
If you’re a lover of space horror and have fifteen minutes to spare, there’s a new sci-fi short that costs nothing. Writer/director Anthony Ferraro has posted his latest creation, “Wakener,” on his popular YouTube channel Create Sci-Fi.
Seongjin High is a typical high school with a typical graduating senior class of boys and girls. There’s the girl that all the guys like, the besties who always stick together, the nerds, the outcast, the loner, the class clown, the bully, etc.