Star Wars Rebellion Vol 2
Weapons of War (Rebellion) (Volume 2)
In the year 2280, an alien fleet stole our Earth. For fifty years they hunted us. For fifty years they enslaved us. For fifty years we lived in fear. Nothing lasts forever. They can try to quell us. They can try to break us. They can chase us to the ends of the Earth. They can chase us to the ends of the Universe. We’ve won our first battle. We’ve earned our first taste of hope. What wa…
The History of the American Revolution: In Two Volumes (v. 1&2)
David Ramsay’s premier work of American historiography is now available for the first time in a well-edited reprint. Lester Cohen’s foreword is an invaluable guide. —Arthur H. Shaffer, University of Missouri David Ramsay’s History of the American Revolution appeared in 1789 during an enthusiastic celebration of nationhood. It is the first American national history written by an American revolu…
Rebellion, Reconstruction, and Redemption, 1861–1893: The History of Beaufort County, South Carolina, Volume 2
In Rebellion, Reconstruction, and Redemption, 1861-1893, the second of three volumes on the history of Beaufort County, Stephen R. Wise and Lawrence S. Rowland offer details about the district from 1861 to 1893, which influenced the development of the South Carolina and the nation. During a span of thirty years the region was transformed by the crucible of war from a wealthy, slave-based white oli…
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Star Wars Rebellion Vol 2
Star Trek Information: A Ruse Or Reality?
So, I just read a current news post on TrekMovie.com, and it left me questioning. Is the next star trek film actually solidified in its story and objective? Is there more hidden in the overall scheme of the movie; a lot more than what’s presently being told to people in the public? And what’s more, when will we find out just what the movie is going to include? All of these things are vital to those of us who are considered fans.
Zachary Quinto, the actor presently portraying Commander Spock, in J. J. Abrams’ alternative Star Trek world chatted with E regarding the overwhelming agenda the actors are facing during the recording of the Star Trek sequel to the 2009 film. Quinto spoke of how Abrams is still identifying the film that is presently in production. In addition to Zoe Saldana, the actress presently portraying Uhura, Quinto as well as the gorgeous Saldana mentioned the difficult schedule they deal with every day during the recording of the next motion picture. Difficult was the word used by Quinto, and worn out was used by Saldana in their interview. Both like to work hard, and neither of them regret the needs for their characters. It sounds like the best of what anyone could ask. The chance to do something you adore and to feel the benefits of that effort each and every and daily.
The interview proceeded, and the up coming words caught my attention. In speaking about the development of production, Quinto mentioned that what we’ll see on the silver screen has yet to be solidified, decided, and defined. He continued to say that these factors are what make Abrams so great and fully expresses his mind-boggling skill. It appears that Abrams works on scripts up to the instant that he gives them to the actors and actresses to master their lines.
This is the very first time that I’ve kept watch over news related to the latest Star Trek movies, and it makes me stop. Maybe it was this way during the development of the first film? Is there an excessive amount of pressure to produce a blockbuster follow-up to the 2009 film? I’m wondering.
I was satisfied with the 2009 film, and I hope the sequel will expand on what Abrams re-created. Could this information about a script in flux be a trick, or is it the way Abrams typically makes a motion picture? I anticipate reading more to see some of these unauthorized set photographs, as I try to figure out for myself.
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