Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Marc Singer stars in new "V" miniseries

Sources say it's been stalled by the network and is not coming out until 2007, but you never know, with these things ... The newest installment in the "V" alien saga, "V: The Second Generation," is going to star Marc Singer, our own Matt Cantrell of "Dallas" (and a star of many, many other productions over the years). Directed and written by Kenneth Johnson, the miniseries is designed as a sequel to the popular 1983-84 sci-fi miniseries. The plotline from the IMDb: "Twenty years after their arrival on Earth, the Visitors have deeply entrenched themselves on the planet, enslaving the human race, turning them into followers. The Resistance is losing the war with their alien masters until they gain a powerful and mysterious new ally." Singer reprises the role of Mike Donovan and is joined by former "V" castmates Jane Badler and Faye Grant.

(In-between his stints in the "Beastmaster" films and other stuff, BRBTV very much enjoyed Singer as the voice of Man-Bat / Kirk Langstrom in the groundbreaking "Batman: The Animated Series.")

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