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DS9 Celebrated as “Most Influential” Star Trek Series

Popular website Hollywood.com unveiled a new column this week, Get The To The Geek, promising to focus on “everything that prevented you from getting a date in high school: sci-fi, comics, videogames, basically anything that features something going ‘pew pew.'” Rather than pontificate on the state of geekery today, columnist …

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INESCAPABLE: The SidCity Review

Inescapable opens in New York and Los Angeles today, followed by On Demand next week (check your local provider). I received a review copy just before a major snow storm hit Kansas, so snuggled down with some hot cocoa and watched the latest collaboration between writer/director Ruba Nadda and lead …

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GAME OF THRONES Fans Want Sid to Star

The third season of HBO’s hit series Game of Thrones premieres March 31, but fans are already presenting their casting choices for characters likely to appear in season four and there is a very vocal group championing Alexander Siddig to play the role of Oberyn Martell. I first saw some …

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DA VINCI’S DEMONS: Official Poster Released

STARZ sent over the official poster for their new series, Da Vinci’s Demons, today. It’s a clever take on Da Vinci’s famous drawings of flying machines meshed with star Tom Riley. “Leonardo was a transformational figure—the original Renaissance man and the kind of genius that only emerges every thousand years …

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DA VINCI’S DEMONS: More Information About Sid’s Character

Starz! has updated their Da Vinci’s Demons site with information about supporting characters, including Alexander Siddig. Previously Sid described his character as “an Obi-Wan Kenobi type” to Tom Riley’s Da Vinci. The Starz! site identifies him as Al-Rahim, aka “The Turk”, and describes him thusly: The mysterious Turk – or Al-Rahim …

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MAY IN THE SUMMER: Positive Review from Sundance

Now that May in the Summer has premiered at Sundance, reviews are starting to come in. The first review comes from IndieWire, and it’s very positive, earning an A- grade, although there’s no specific mention of Sid. While the story runs slightly longer than it should and not every sad-faced …

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