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Doctor Who: The Edge of Reality Teases Gameplay Trailer - Coming 10/14

Doctor Who MultimediaDoctor Who: The Edge of Reality Gameplay Trailer
Coming 10/14 to PS4, PS5, Xbox One, XBox Series S, XBox Series X, Nintendo Switch, and PC

London, October 7, 2021 - Digital entertainment studio Maze Theory, in partnership with BBC Studios, have treated fans to a new Doctor Who: The Edge of Reality trailer ahead of launch. The game is set to release across current/new gen platforms and PC on Thursday October 14th 2021.

Giving fans a first look at gameplay in Doctor Who: The Edge of Reality, the trailer showcases a first-person sci-fi adventure focused on story, puzzles and exploration.
 
Players will be swept up into their own Doctor Who experience which expands upon the original story from VR adventure Doctor Who: The Edge of Time – under the guidance of familiar characters: the Thirteenth Doctor (voiced by Jodie Whittaker) and the Tenth Doctor (voiced by David Tennant).
 
Doctor Who: The Edge of Reality features a brand-new nemesis and new environments and is packed with easter eggs from the beloved television show. Exterminate a havoc-wreaking ‘Reality Virus’ that threatens the universe and come face-to-face with classic Doctor Who monsters – including Daleks, Weeping Angels and Cybermen.
 
Doctor Who: The Edge of Reality launches October 14 2021 on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch and PC.
 
Doctor Who: The Edge of Reality is a Maze Theory production for BBC Studios with development by Just Add Water

Below is the official key art and the trailer for the game Doctor Who: The Edge of Reality. Check it out.

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CSI: Vegas Cast and Producers Tease The New Limited Series, Starting Tonight on CBS

CBSTonight, the newest series in the franchise, CSI: Vegas, comes to CBS. The limited series is actually a sequel to the long-running CBS series, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and brings back stars William Petersen as Gil Grisson and Jorja Fox as Sara Sidle, along with a few others. Joining the crime scene investigators are new characters Maxine Roby (Paula Newsome), Joshua Folsom (Matt Lauria), Allie Rajan (Mandeep Dhillon), and Hugo Ramirez (Mel Rodriguez).

Cast members along with executive producers Anthony Zuiker and Jason Tracey talked to journalists recently as part of the TCA Summer Press Tour.

Coming back to the series, Petersen and Fox admitted to SciFi Vision there were some difficulties in stepping back into the roles after so much time. For Fox, it had to do with the science and hitting her mark. “Well, I think I was a little rusty, for sure, on all things science. You know, even with this pandemic, like just being on a set and hitting my mark, and really simple actor-y stuff I was a little rusty at.”

Petersen, who hadn’t done any television acting since the finale, told the site he felt the same. “It was interesting, because it's a whole new lab. It's new construction. It's all kinds of new machines, new technology that Grissom wouldn't have been all that comfortable with even ten years ago. So yeah, I mean, I think the skills in the lab itself were sort of rusty, as Jorja says. And so just to be able to do a pipette and make sure that the material you're trying to transfer doesn't end up on the floor…keeping your hand steady is a trick.”

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Exclusive Video Interview: Gina Bellman & Aleyse Shannon on the Return of Leverage: Redemption

Gina Bellman and Aleyse ShannonOctober 8th, Leverage: Redemption returns to IMDb TV. On the series, Gina Bellman plays the role of Sophie Devereaux, the head of the Leverage crew. When the rich and powerful take advantage of others, the Leverage team helps to provide the justice they seek. Newcomer to the team is Breanna Casey, hacker Alec Hardison (Aldis Hodge)’s sister, played by Aleyse Shannon.

Bellman and Shannon recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about the second half of the season, some of the challenges they’ve faced, their favorite scenes, and more.

Bellman talked about getting back into the rhythm of the series and the natural chemistry that the cast has. “I've never been good at anticipating things, so I think I was quite nervous before I arrived in New Orleans. It’s like, ‘How's it gonna go? Are the rhythms still going to be there? Is it going to click?’ But then, as soon as I had my first fitting with Nadine Haders, we were like, ‘Oh yeah, that's Sophie.’

“…Then, we got into the read through, and just hearing everybody's voices and talking over each other, just the rhythms, it just felt like we fit in right away. I mean, [there are] some technical things, as an actor, to be able to learn those lines, so many lines, to so quickly learn the accents, jump from episode to episode to episode, never having advance copies of stuff, that stuff, you do need to get into a rhythm. It takes a little time. There's a little a little balancing act going on in the beginning.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Dean Devlin and Kate Rorick Talk Leverage: Redemption, Returning 10/8

Dean Devlin and Kate RorickThe Leverage crew join forces once again to take on the wealthy and corrupt and help out the worthy, taking on all new cons and adventures. The second eight episodes of Leverage: Redemption premiere October 8th on IMDb TV. SciFi Vision recently caught up with executive producers Dean Devlin and Kate Rorick to talk about the series, including why they didn't recast Timothy Hutton, the imporance of keeping the tone, a possible season two, and more.

Devlin never gave up on Leverage returning. “From the day that it was cancelled, I never gave up on the idea of bringing it back, and even if I wanted to give up on that idea, the fans weren't going to let me. I mean, Leverage has the most incredible fan base in the world, and not a day went by that I didn't get some DM saying, ‘When are you bringing it back?’ as though I could just bring it back.

“So, we tried a million different versions, different ideas on how to bring it back, but when Amazon announced that they were doing IMDb TV, it seemed like it might be a really good fit. I sat down with them a little over two years ago, and we started talking about it and exploring how [we could] do this together. What would make sense? What story would work?

“When we finally landed on Redemption, we got that green light that we were so desperate for, and we got to bring the show back, and it was incredibly satisfying.”

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Exclusive Video Interview: Aliyah Royale on Battling the CRM in The Walking Dead: World Beyond

Aliyah RoyaleTonight, The Walking Dead: World Beyond returns to AMC. Aliyah Royale stars as high school student Iris Bennet. At the end of last season, Huck (Annet Mahendru) took Hope (Alexa Mansour) back to the facility in New York, leaving her sister, Iris, behind with Felix (Nico Tortorella). She may have lost her sister for the time being, but Iris is as determined as ever, and with the campus colony destroyed, she’s not about to go down without a fight.

Thursday SciFi Vision caught up with Royale for an exclusive interview, and we talked about how the show has changed her life, how she’s adapted to the horror element, why Iris reacted the way she did in the premiere, how much she looks up to Julia Ormond, and more.

***The following interview contains spoilers for the second season premiere***

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Exclusive: Seth Gilliam Talks The Walking Dead & Father Gabriel's Faith

Seth GilliamSeth Gilliam plays the role of Father Gabriel on The Walking Dead, which aired tonight on AMC. This season Gabriel joined the mission with Maggie (Lauren Cohan)’s group to bring food and water back from Meridian to Alexandria, and recently, they have been hiding from Pope (Ritchie Coster) and the other Reapers.

Thursday, Gilliam talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about tonight’s episode, why his character reacted how he did when he found the Reaper praying, Gabriel’s faith, what he finds challenging about the role, and more.

***This interview contains spoilers for 11.07***

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Julia Ormond, Annet Mahendru, & Alexa Mansour Talk The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2

The Walking Dead: World BeyondLast season, on The Walking Dead: World Beyond, Elizabeth (Julia Ormond) sent Huck (Annet Mahendru), who it was revealed was her daughter, to retrieve Hope (Alexa Mansour) and bring her back to their facility in New York. Although Huck betrayed her and she had to leave her sister, Iris (Aliyah Royale), Hope left with Huck so she wouldn’t kill her sister or their friends.

Ormond, Mahendru, and Mansour talked to the media last week about season two and what fans can expect.

Ormond talked to SciFi Vision about Elizabeth’s acceptance of all things she has been doing and turning a blind eye to. “My take is that Elizabeth is somebody who compartmentalizes what emotion she will show to what person. So, if something is bothering her profoundly, she would have trouble showing that to somebody she's intimate with, just because of her personality type. I think really what happens with Elizabeth is…what happens to her belief in what they're doing in season two.

“In season one, for me, she's utterly, utterly committed to an agenda that's necessary. They've identified that Hope actually has something that could be really critical to the survival of mankind - if she comes in with the right attitude…[and] doesn't bring in the anger; she goes along with the plan of what they're meant to be doing, and she's productive and effective in her time there.

“And I do think that it's not black and white, or I hope it's not black and white. It's more kind of gray. It's like she has to sign up for something that she's not happy about, but I think people do that in war all of the time. In the military, you accept that there are people who are going to die, and you accept the tragedy. I think we as a populace accept the tragedy of collateral damage. So, I don't think it's as much of a pivot as I wish it was in the world.”

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Charisma Carpenter & Nancy Grace Talk The Good Father, Premiering Tonight on Lifetime

The Good Father: The Martin MacNeill StoryBased on real events, the film The Good Father: The Martin MacNeill Story, which premieres tonight on Lifetime, tells the story of Dr. Martin MacNeill (Tom Everett Scott) and Michele (Charisma Carpenter) and their children. MacNeill convinces his wife to have plastic surgery, and while on prescription medication, she drowns suspiciously. MacNeill was respected by all, but only weeks after his wife’s death, he brings home a new mistress disguised as a live-in nanny. His daughter Alexis (Anwen O’Driscoll), who had always planned to follow in his footsteps to become a doctor, begins to question everything she’s ever known when she uncovers his lies, including faked medical and military records.

Recently, executive producer Nancy Grace and star Charisma Carpenter took part in a panel to promote the film.

Carpenter talked to SciFi Vision about playing the character of Michele. “I think any time you mix true crime with scripted television, you do have to walk an extra careful line. It was super challenging to honor her memory and to be able to get across her love of family, to be able to get across the behaviors that she was experiencing and her confusion about his behavior, the pathological lying and the sociopathy behind it all. So, I feel like whenever you're approaching a character, you have these insights that you bring to the table, but when it’s a real-life story, you have to take the insights that you understand from whatever the history is of the story. You have to do a lot of reading [and] a lot of research. Then, the importance of getting that across was a true challenge and something that I took to heart and wanted to pay the utmost of respect to. So, that was a new thing for me.”

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Joe Holt and Natalie Gold Talk The Walking Dead: World Beyond, CRM, & More

The Walking Dead: World BeyondLast season of The Walking Dead: World Beyond introduced the character of Dr. Lyla Bellshaw, played by Natalie Gold, who while working for the Civil Republic has been experimenting on empties. Dating Dr. Leo Bennett, played by Joe Holt, she revealed to the CRM information about his daughter, Hope (Alexa Mansour), who he believes is a genius. This is what caused Elizabeth (Julia Ormond) to send her daughter, Huck (Annet Mahendru), undercover to get Hope and bring her, with force if necessary, to their facility in New York.

Holt and Gold recently spoke to journalists about season two of the series, how their characters feel about each other, and more.

The two actors talked about their relationship on the series and confirmed they had real feelings for each other, however, with Lyla working for the CRM, there are trust issues. Gold talked to SciFi Vision about the questions it leaves. “I think I kind of love the way that season one ends and teases that up, because those are all the questions. [Can] we trust Lyla? Does she have ulterior motives? What are her ulterior motives? It became kind of clear in season one by the end of that episode and that monologue that she has that she really wants to go and tell Leo, and she ends up not telling him that she's kind of the catalyst for this whole thing starting. It's because Leo came to Lyla and said, ‘I have this daughter who's brilliant,’ and Lyla obviously then told her higher ups.

“So, I think that this season is kind of a great exploration for Lyla's character, her push and pull between her love for Leo and her real belief in the greater good. What's the balance? How much is one life worth versus hundreds of thousands of lives and the work that she's doing? So, it'll all be explored in season two.”

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Exclusive Video Interview: Grace Van Patten Stars in Mayday, Out Now

Grace Van PattenReleased today by Magnolia Pictures, in theaters and on Demand, Karen Cinorre’s fantasy film Mayday follows Ana, played by Grace Van Patten, who suddenly finds herself in a new and dangerous place on the coast where women are in a war with men, who they lure to their death with radio signals.

Van Patten recently spoke to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about the film, including what drew her to the role, what she found challenging, how she connected to the character, and more.

She told the site that when choosing characters, she looks for depth. “I do find it's getting better, but that's hard to come by with female roles, and when I see that there's depth or layers or complexity to any character, I'm so intrigued, because when [I] see that there's opportunity beyond the page, that excites me a lot.”

The actress loved the script. “I read the script and instantly was so drawn into it and transported, and [it's] not very often I read a script and I just want to read it again. I reread it, and I found that every time I read it, I found something new: a new meaning, a new little gem. And I thought it was so magical, every part of it: how it explored sisterhood and connection and grief and empowerment. I was instantly hooked, and I met Karen, and she's such a visionary and had such a specific eye for what she wanted, and I just I knew I had to be a part.”

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Welcome! This is a place for those inspired by the strange, fantastic, and unknown. It is dedicated to those who share their talents with us and shine, whether it be on our televisions or on the silver screen. Here you will find interviews with celebrities, reviews from multiple genres, and other pop culture news and multimedia. While we originally started with a love for science fiction and fantasy, this site is no longer just for any one genre.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!
Welcome! This is a place for those inspired by the strange, fantastic, and unknown. It is dedicated to those who share their talents with us and shine, whether it be on our televisions or on the silver screen. Here you will find interviews with celebrities, reviews from multiple genres, and other pop culture news and multimedia. While we originally started with a love for science fiction and fantasy, this site is no longer just for any one genre.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!

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