Ain't nothing "hidden" about that agenda.
RawGod said:Wait, JJ Abrams babysat Spielberg's kids? The same Spielberg whose daughter just told the world she had been abused by "monsters from outside her family" as she announced her porn career? Makes you think....
MusicForThePiano said:RawGod said:Wait, JJ Abrams babysat Spielberg's kids? The same Spielberg whose daughter just told the world she had been abused by "monsters from outside her family" as she announced her porn career? Makes you think....
I noticed the daughter in question is remarkably un-jewish. She is black, ignoring any elephants in the room, most likely adopted, and remember gents, genetics loads the gun, environment pulls the trigger. Growing up around daddy berg must have been too much for the poor soul, this is how she reacts. Granted I'm sure she had some bad times as a child too, if she was taken advantage of by the usual pervs.
Steven Spielberg’s porn-actress daughter jailed in Nashville
The porn-actress daughter of director Steven Spielberg was arrested and jailed in Nashville, Tenn. early Saturday on a misdemeanor domestic violence, court records show.
Mikaela Spielberg, 23, lately in news after she launched a film career of her own — in skin flicks– was admitted into the Hill Detention Center at 6:33 a.m., online inmate records show.
Kurgan said:Funny thing Simeon, the Palpatine clone idea came from an early story from the Legends Canon (former Expanded Universe) where Palpatine survived through transferring his essence to clone bodies. Most of the bodies didn't last due to the Dark Side. Palpatine eventually got into another Clone Body and fought Luke. He looked like a blond man in his Youth originally but after the Prequels, other drawings of him had him as a redhead.
The storyline was the Dark Empire Trilogy, it was written years before the Prequels came out so it contradicted the Chosen One prophecy explained in the Prequels and is a divisive entry in the Legends Canon.
A new “Star Wars” series is in the works at Disney Plus, Variety has learned from sources. The series hails from Leslye Headland, the co-creator, showrunner, and executive producer of the critically-acclaimed Netflix series “Russian Doll.”
Details of the exact plot of the series are being kept under wraps, but sources say it will be a female-centric series that takes place in a different part of the “Star Wars” timeline than other projects. Headland is said to be attached to write and serve as showrunner on the series, with the show currently staffing.
Reps for Disney and Headland did not immediately respond to Variety’s request for comment.
Headland also directed multiple episodes of “Russian Doll.” The show was nominated for 13 Emmy Awards for its first season, ultimately winning three. Headland began her career writing and directing the “Seven Deadly Plays” series, which includes “Bachelorette” and “Assistance.” “Bachelorette” was the basis for her directorial film debut starring Kirsten Dunst. Her other film credits include writing the 2014 remake of “About Last Night” and writing and directing “Sleeping with Other People.” Besides “Russian Doll,” her other TV credits include “Terriers,” “Blunt Talk,” “SMILF,” and “Black Monday.” She is currently under an overall deal at Fox 21 Television Studios, with the studio now under the Disney umbrella.
She is repped by Michael Sugar at Sugar23 and Steve Younger at Myman Greenspan. She is repped by UTA for directing.
News of the new series development comes after Variety exclusively reported that a third season of “The Mandalorian” is already in the works at Disney Plus ahead of the second season premiere later this year. “The Mandalorian,” one of the launch titles for the Disney-branded streamer, proved to be a major hit and pop culture phenomenon upon its release.
There are currently two other live-action “Star Wars” shows in the pipeline at Disney Plus — an Obi-Wan Kenobi series starring Ewan McGregor and a Cassian Andor/”Rogue One” prequel series starring Diego Luna. Variety exclusively reported that Joby Harold had recently joined the Obi-Wan series as the writer, while Stellan Skarsgard and Kyle Soller recently joined the Cassian Andor series.