Tonight’s episode of Falling Skies was like none other in the series before. On the TNT series’ post-airing discussion show 2nd Watch, actors Noah Wyle (Tom), Drew Roy (Hal), and Jessy Schram (Karen) talk about the unusual episode, which 2nd Watch host Wil Wheaton calls “easily my favorite episode of the entire series to date.”
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Dark Skies came out last week and no one saw it. You can blame its lack of success on the studio releasing it (who didn’t screen it and barely promoted it), because the movie itself isn’t that bad. As it stands, it’s a more than solid horror movie in the Blumhouse style, aligning itself with films like Insidious and Sinister.
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Rain or shine, snow or sleet, Oscars or the Academy Awards, the box office delivers! This weekend, “Dark Skies” and “Snitch” are hitting theaters.
From the producers behind “Paranormal Activity,” “Dark Skies” follows a suburban family who, after finding themselves haunted by a deadly force, have to take matters into their own hands to solve the mystery.
In “Snitch,” Dwayne Johnson plays a devoted dad-turned-undercover informant when his son is wrongly accused… Continue reading Weekend Movie Reviews: 'Dark Skies' and 'Snitch' Hit Theaters
Zap2it: Most of “Falling Skies” is shot on location in woods and fields, in all kinds of weather. What does that mean for an actor?
Drew Roy: I love when we’re doing a scene, and you can see our breath, or when we’re doing another scene, and everybody’s hair is matted down, water’s dripping off. That’s the grit. It’s not like when you’re on