“We’re not the KGB. We’re not the Gestapo,” said Robert Benzon, who led the National Transportation Safety Board’s investigation. “We’re the guys with the white hats on.”
“OK, third time’s the charm,” the 65-year-old Sager said moments after the procedure began Wednesday at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston.
This debut feature from Luke Scott — produced by his Oscar-nominated dad, Ridley Scott — is a sci-fi tale about artificial intelligence. Morgan is a bioengineered being made from synthetic DNA, a lab-grown creature that looks like a delicate teenage girl.
“Maybe this experience, maybe this place isn’t familiar to me,” says Lagasse, “but always there’s a story and there’s pieces of knowledge, and that’s what I’m trying to deliver for the folks at home, along with an adventure.”
“I am him in fantasy,” Wilder once said of playing the lead in Brooks’ films.
“If we do it right, we never have to do it again,” the young woman promises. That turns out to be correct, but not in the way she means.
Besides his portrayal on “Alice” of Henry, a telephone linesman and frequent patron of Mel’s Diner, Kaplan voiced the character Choo-Choo in the 1960s cartoon series “Top Cat.”
“Don’t Breathe” is about a group of Detroit teens who chose the wrong house to rob — that of a blind, vengeful veteran. It stars Jane Levy and Dylan Minnette and was directed by Fede Alvarez, who is known for the “Evil Dead” remake.
“The entire set … how close it is to the actual TV show, you feel like you’re really there,” said 16-year-old Tiffany Schubert of Peru, New York. “It makes you just want to be in the show and have the same experience — being attacked by aliens, as bad as that is.”