Battlestar Galactica is about to get its third “re-imagining” in less than thirty-five years: In an exclusive at Variety, it’s been reported that Universal is gearing up a big-screen movie version of the classic sci-fi property, and they are set to develop the film as a complete re-imagining of the story.
“There’s a lot [between Daryl and Carol]. It’s just not that, yet. I’m very lucky that I’ve had a lot of scenes with Melissa. She’s so good. I started off my relationship with her, in the third episode of the first season, when she takes the pickaxe and hits her husband in the head with it. And I kept telling the special effects guys, “Put more junk on the axe. Make it bloodier.” So, every take, it was worse. And we started this little friendship. But, I like the fact that these two damaged people have gravitated toward each other, for that reason. If there’s a little kissy-kissy thing to come, I want to play that with no game, at all. I want her to make the move, and I want to just whimper. In the little town we film in, we’d go play pool. She’s just sit there all sweet, and then school me. She’s got some cards up her sleeve.”
The Doctor(Idris Elba) is working undercover at Shady Grove Nursing Home when he meets extremely bored resident Elizabeth Johnson (Helen Mirren). He convinces her to sneak out one morning and join him for breakfast. She finds out he’s tracking down aliens. And, more importantly, that he himself is one.
Real witches dress in ordinary clothes and look very much like ordinary women. They live in ordinary houses, and they work in ordinary jobs. Every country in the world has witches. And there is a leader, a high witch, of each country. And the ruler of all the witches is the most evil woman in creation - the grand high witch … herself. Witches spend their time plotting to kill children, stalking the wretched child like a hunter stalks a bird in the forest.