We just reported here on TGD about Ant-Man moving into the July 17, 2015 release that’s been vacated by Batman Vs Superman. As you probably know by now, the release date of B V S has been pushed back nearly a year, and the only other competition that day is a reboot of Peter Pan.
Gary Ross is a screenwriter/director whose work I've always enjoyed.
There's so many movies that come out that anybody could direct that have no distinctive point of view, but Ross has penned and helmed some wonderfully unique films like Big, Dave, and Seabiscuit.
Yesterday, before the long-awaited premiere, Syfy released a sneak peek for its two-part mini-series Neverland, which the network envisions as a prequel of sorts to the classic Peter Pan story.
The story of Peter Pan is a personal favorite of mine, and I’m always happy to see the primary conflict of the story developed further, even in a non-canon exploration.
Ship’s captains have been an important part of genre fiction for a long time. Thusly, in our first genre feature series, we’re looking at ship’s captains. Today’s captain is James Hook of the Jolly Roger.