Thursday, August 18, 2016

GEOFFREY RUSH TO PLAY ALBERT EINSTEIN IN 'GENIUS' TV SERIES! 'AFTERMATH' SF APOCALYPTIC SERIES TEASER AND POSTER WITH JAMES TUPER, ANNE HECHE

  'GENIUS' TV SERIES
GEOFFREY RUSH IS EINSTEIN!
Just two pieces of TV news for you today, starting with the one coming from National Geographic Channel which has just hired Geoffrey Rush to lead the cast of their GENIUS anthology series playing Einstein! Johnny Flynn has been also cast to play Einstein in the years before he rose to international attention and acclaim.
RON HOWARD HELMS 
Oscar winner Ron Howard is set to helm the first episode of the GENIUS series whose first season will follow famous physicist Albert Einstein! Ten episodes of the series will describe how an imaginative, rebellious patent clerk, who couldn’t get a teaching job or a doctorate, unlocked the mysteries of the atom and the universe. Each episode will explore Einstein’s extraordinary scientific achievements, along with his volatile, passionate and complex personal relationships.

  'AFTERMATH' SF SERIES
THE FIRST TRAILER IS HERE!
Finishing the day in sf style, check out the first teaser for SyFy's new series AFTERMATH starting September 27th! James Tupper and Anne Heche play the parents of the Copeland family who together with their three children battle for survival when civilization comes to an apocalyptic end, triggered by massive storms, meteor strikes, earthquakes, a plague – and the rise of supernatural creatures. Julia Sarah Stone, Taylor Hickson and Levi Meaden play the kids.

28 comments:

  1. Aftermath could be interesting. Looking forward to seeing Geoffrey Rush in something new.

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    1. I just hope Aftermath won't be trashy, we need a longer trailer to see!

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  2. Geoffrey Rush will be positively PERFECT playing Einstein! Another Aussie boy done good :)

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  3. These look interesting. I have my eye more on Einstein. I'm a bit tired of apocalyptic tales.

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    1. but one needs to prepare for the upcoming apocalypse :)

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  4. Aftermath looks a little frightening. I may like it though;)

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    1. you reckon you and Jason would find your way out of an apocalypse? :)

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    2. Probably not. I'm too much of a diva I can't even go camping. He'd leave my ass on the side of the road and wish me luck so he wouldn't have to deal with my complaining ;)

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    3. but it would be fun, though, to wield a fireblazer or a pickaxe or something when the zombies come-a-knocking :) hopefully in the shape of our nasty neighbours

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    4. Oh, it would definitely be fun to weild a fireblazer. I do have a few neighbors I'd like to torch ;)

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    5. I had a fireblazer before :) granpa used it when they would butcher a pig at our farm to burn down the hairs :) but we didn't bring it with us when we moved and now I'm doomed in case of apocalypse. I wanted to stand on a barrel at my gates and blaze the zombies away if the poop hits the fan...

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    6. Looks like you'll have to find me on the side of the road where Jason leaves me so we can be royally screwed together then lol

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  5. It's almost like these apoctolypic series are trying to prepare us for something!

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    1. you really must learn and prepare while you still can

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  6. I bet watching Einstein won't be rocket science.

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    1. I wonder who will play his Serbian wife, also a scientist, Mileva Maric, who allegedly came up with most of his early theories.

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  7. Geoffrey Rush has the perfect mug to play Einstein!

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    1. and that young actor looks totally like Geoffrey, by the way

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  8. Aftermath looks pretty cool. I am not usually drawn into this sort of things but the demonic possession has me intrigued

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    1. it seems all kind of hell will be unleashed in that one :)

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  9. The Einstein movie looks fascinating. I have been learning more about him lately- so I am curious about the movie.

    Aftermath looks a bit scary- but maybe it helps us to watch movies about these types of things so we can think about our reactions. ;)

    Thanks for sharing!
    ~Jess

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    1. Einstein will be a series, not a movie, dear :)

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