Despite having had almost four years to prepare for this moment, Jake finds himself running out of time as he races to the Texas Book Depository and Lee Harvey Oswald. The past is pushing back hard as Kennedy’s motorcade is starting it’s long, slow journey up Dealey Plaza. But as much as the past doesn’t want to be changed, has Jake ever stopped to consider; SHOULD it be changed? (more…)
Jake lies in hospital fading in and out of consciousness, flitting between visions of the present and the future and Al admonishing him for not fulfilling the mission whilst also involving Sadie and Bill. Deke tries to comfort him, saying all he needs is time to heal. But Jake’s time is fast running out, and November 22nd 1963 is hurtling towards him at frightening speed. (more…)
It’s one month before John F Kennedy is due to be gunned down in Dealey Plaza and Jake Epping’s plans are in disarray. He’s spending most of his time looking after the injured Sadie back in Jodie, leaving the surveillance and sheer monotony of constantly watching Lee Harvey Oswald to Bill Turcotte. Oswald has got himself employed at the Texas School Book Depository and, still with no conclusive proof he is to be the shooter – or, indeed, the only one – Jake is in a race against time. (more…)
Sadie’s growing mistrust of Jake derails their relationship and Jake starts to take stock and realise he’s back in the past for one reason and one reason only – to save JFK. But when Sadie is put in danger at the most crucial phase in his mission, Jake is torn between duty and love. Just which will he choose? (more…)
With the help of the eager Bill Turcotte, Jake continues to monitor and gather evidence on Lee Harvey Oswald, at the same time holding down his teaching job in nearby Jodie and falling hard for colleague Sadie Dunhill. But Miss Mimi from school has rumbled Jake’s real identity, Sadie’s estranged husband turns up and Bill starts to become emotionally involved with Oswald’s wife, making this double life increasingly complicated. Is Jake becoming too involved with the history he’s trying to change? (more…)
Jake brings Bill Turcotte into his confidence and enlists his help with the mission at hand, and the duo head to Dallas to prepare for the arrival of Lee Harvey Oswald. With three years until Kennedy’s assassination, Jake takes a job at a local high school where he meets beautiful librarian Sadie Dunhill. Thoroughly enjoying his 1960’s life in Smalltown USA, can he remain focused to the task in hand and save Kennedy? (more…)
With three years and plenty of time to track and investigate Lee Harvey Oswald, Jake decides to see if he really can make major changes to the past. Tracking down Frank Dunning, father of his janitor friend Harry from 2016, Jake resolves to stop him butchering Harry’s entire family in a drunken rage on Halloween, an event that completely changed the course of Harry’s life. But will the past continue to keep pushing back? And who else wants Frank dead? (more…)
It’s a Stephen King, 8-hour television series adaptation, made by an outlet totally unused to creating original content and starring perhaps today’s most unlikely leading man. Set over fifty years in the past, offering nothing really new in it’s time-travel tale and with wish-fulfilment for the middle aged at it’s central core, what could possibly go right? (more…)
In the villain loaded sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man, the most villainous of all is Max Dillion, AKA: Electro (played by Jamie Foxx). As we’ve seen in clips and images so far, we know we will see two sides to Electro, the pre- and post-super-power version of him, which begs the question: How will Electro get his powers in the film? It you subscribe to the Daily Bugle then you’ll already know the answer, for the rest of you the potential spoiler filled reveal is below. (more…)
A few days ago we showed you the teaser trailer to The Amazing Spider-Man 2, featuring Jamie Foxx in mid-transformation to Electro. That was only a part of what Sony had planned for Friday, giving fans in Hall H the first footage of Marc Webb‘s upcoming sequel. Lucky buggers.
What the studio essentially called a “reel” was the closest thing to a trailer anyone in that room has seen since filming began months ago. Covering brief character introductions, a bit of the trademark Spider-Man banter, and the troubles of keeping a “super” relationship, the footage was in rough shape. Incomplete effects, a couple of storyboards, but it was enough to convey the story to the audience in the room.
For a complete, more detailed description head over to /Film, they were in the room and do a fantastic job of telling you everything, here we’re delivering a slightly quicker version of what they saw. Let’s get to it, shall we.