Screening Archive


McKellen Almost Turning Down "The Hobbit"

We’re all pretty excited to see the big-screen version of The Hobbit when the first third of the film hits theaters later this year.But would we have been excited if one of the major players from…

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Paranormal Activity 4: Phoenix Screening Tix Giveaway

For any Phoenix Metro area residents interested in checking out a screening of Paranormal Activity 4, Paramount is giving away passes for you to use!


Watch: Nicholas Meyer Talks About His Gene Roddenberry Regret

Last night at a screening of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan in Hollywood, director Nicholas Meyer spoke about his time with Trek. One of the more poignant moments was when he spoke of his regret over a specific meeting with Gene Roddenberry shortly be…


LA Star Trek Screening w/ Meyer, Orci, Kurtzman & Lindelof + More May & June Events/Appearances

May and June are chock full of Star Trek events including a just-announced L.A. Star Trek double-feature with Orci, Kurtzman, Lindelof and Nick Meyers. There are also lots of conventions (including two official Trek Cons), book signings/appearances and…


Mulgrew Returns Home For Film Screening

Dubuque-born Kate Mulgrew will be at the Julien International Film Festival in Dubuque, Iowa on April 21st to promote The Best and the Brightest.

Mulgrew and director Josh Shelov will be featured guests and after the screening of the film, will participate in a brief question and answer session with the audience.

In The Best and the Brightest, Jeff and Samantha, a young couple, move into New York City and find that they must go to great lengths in order to get their five-year-old daughter into the “right” school.

Mulgrew portrays “The Player’s Wife,” a former attorney-turned politician who sits on the board of the elite Coventry Day School. “I’m ‘The Player’s Wife,’” said Mulgrew. “I play a politician and more of them are like that. She’s pretty oily, but not nearly as oily as her husband. They’re a charming, creepy and ambitious duo. It’s a send-up of everybody in New York.”

Trying to get a child into an elite school has “…brought many a marriage down in New York City,” said Mulgrew.

Mulgrew believes that her hometown audience will enjoy the movie. Iowa audiences have “a hell of a sense of humor. They’ll appreciate the naughtiness of the film. It’s not cute, not Disney. It’s for the sophisticated belly laugh.”

For ticket information, head to the link located here.