Post by Tommy West on Nov 14, 2011 16:15:56 GMT -6
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What is a mutant?
Mutants are just like us, normal human beings. There are several million across the world. The only difference is that they possess what is known as the Mutant X gene. This gene provides these individuals with abilities impossible for normal humans. These abilities manifest during puberty and develop throughout that person's life. How they use these abilities is up to them. Some use them for personal gain, others use them to protect innocents. However, the existence of these mutants is strictly classified information and they hide away their true identities behind masks and codenames. Should the public find out about their existence, it is undoubted that the course of the world would change entirely.
The series will complete a run of seven webisodes until Christmas before going on hiatus. The series will then pick up again in the new year for a further six episodes before completing the season. Darken House creator Alden Caele is expected to write several episodes.
The series stars Patrick Stewart as Charles Xavier, Karen Gillan as Jean Grey, Chace Crawford as Warren Worthington III, Nina Dobrev as Rogue and Steven R. McQueen as Robert Drake. Dianna Agron will also have a recurring role throughout the first season alongside other big names guest starring as popular X-Men characters including Shadowcat, Multiple Man, Pyro and Nightcrawler.
If you would like to discuss X-Men: Rebirth, you can find the show forum HERE.
Post by Tommy West on Jun 19, 2011 10:18:53 GMT -6
Favorite Scream Movie: Scream or Scre4m Least Favorite Scream Movie: Scream 3 Favorite Scream Character: Gale Weathers, Sydney Prescott, Kirby Reed or Trevor Sheldon. Least Favorite Scream Character: Stu Macher
Big fan of the Scream films although I only got into them after seeing the fourth. I have a particular soft spot for Trevor and Kirby.
Just a little heads up for any fans of DARKEN HOUSE, the whole Second Sequence aired yesterday! Go check out our forum to read the seven new webisodes in the thrilling story of the House!
In other news, a new webisode serial, X-MEN: REBIRTH was picked up to air later in the year. This is not the same new show that was picked up a few months ago. That is still to be announced, but is likely to air next Spring.
Greetings to all, are you getting excited? Why, you ask?
Because the TEN Awards of 2010 are only six days away and the nominees have just been announced!
Leading the pack with a massive thirteen nominations if the network flagship Charmed: Reset Reality. Last year the show picked up awards in the category of Best Lead Female, and the now-defunct Best Multi-Part Story. Just how many awards will it win this year? You'll have to log in on the 31st to find out!
As for the series' latest outing, webisode series Darken House, it has been given ten nominations, including two for Best Episode and another two for the new category Best WTF! Moment. Last year saw the most recent show of the network at the time, Caydem Falls, win big time - is the very same fate in store for Darken House? I'm sure series creator Alden Caele (also up for Best Writer) is hoping so!
It may have put out a single serial, but audio show Doctor Who Tales has gathered up six nominations, including Best Lead Female and Best Lead Male. Is there success in store for this innovative audio adventure series?
I hope you're excited now because I certainly am! Just who will win bigtime and who will lose out? You'll find out on January 31st, 2011 for better or worse!
Conversation may be over and all that, but I just love a good argument.
You claim Dan's being rude, but that's quite hypocritical considering this "argument" is over and done with, and was resolved by PM's.
Now please, can we get back to the pitch at hand!
And I say good luck with this idea, over at MZP there's been a few pitches and shows with writers as the characters, but not many have gotten very far, so I'm looking forward to seeing were you go with this.
Personally, I do the aforementioned four acts and a teaser, sometimes with a short five-page epilogue. I do, however, know some people who have abandoned acts altogether, as it allows the action to become seamless.
Post by Tommy West on Jun 20, 2010 13:06:25 GMT -6
Right, I'm not mod or anything, but Dan is entitled to his opinion, and his reviews are honest, which are the best kind. I've read the review myself and all his points are just. I've received several similar to Dan's one of "Watchtower" and it's only made me improve.
His comments on this pitch are also fair and truthful, and although you may not take them on board, it's an opinion that you should be grateful for.
And yes, we've gone off topic again but I just wanted to throw my two cents in. Back on topic.