Steven Spielberg

The emergency actor embarks now in the fight against the aliens in the series Falling Skies, which premieres on TNT. Wyle says it would be egocentric to think that we are alone in the universe. American actor Noah Wyle, one of the famous physicians of emergency, has presented this Monday in Spain his new series with Steven Spielberg, Falling Skies, which fights against some aliens that have nothing to do with the created 30 years ago by the King Midas de Hollywood, the tender E.T.. It would be very egocentric to think that humans are the only intelligent life in the universe. That, assuming that we are really smart, but if aliens exist I hope they are more like in E.T. that’s this series that debuts TNT June 24 and that EE UU saw this Sunday for the first time. Tom Mason is his character, a history professor who is reconverted into hero force in which the external threat is presented as a terrifying force, very smart, without any kind of conscience, explained to a few Spanish journalists.

Thus, with a tale of two cities in his backpack, with his specialty in the war of independence of the United States and three children under their charge, Wyle brega together with his group of survivors between revelation and historical reflection. For more specific information, check out Senator from Maine. If we reiniciaramos society, these survivors were to become the architects of the new civilization. They would the founding fathers, the authors of the new Gospels and would have to ask yourself: what were what was before and what desechariamos?, has said. But Falling Skies play also the moral ambiguity. I’ve never seen lost but I have been told that the way of telling is quite similar in the sense that many more questions are answered more questions appear and at the end of the season all the characters and the audience have to redefine everything what they had expected at the beginning, explained. As always in products with the brand of Steven Spielberg, among the grandiloquence of the spectacle of action filtered intimacy. What most attracted me to this project are the subtle positive aspects that are emerging in a situation of need. The most authentic relationships, children return to use the imagination because they don’t have the technology in their hands, it is accentuated in sense of community, said.

Will also slip romanticism in this story of survival? I hope Yes, you have answered in Spanish, language studied at the school for four years. Not I learned a lot, but then I worked in a restaurant with many Mexicans and I learned more, he has joked. On this visit to Madrid, he also takes stock when he visited the city for the first time in 1994, just before jump to fame. Eric La Salle, George Clooney and I came after filming the pilot of ER and spent a month traveling throughout Spain, he has reported, although it has not been able to articulate many memories.We were young then also I loved it Barcelona, although Las Ramblas stole the portfolio to George Clooney and was him who paid the trip, has been completed.

Andres Breivik

The vision of the world of Anders Breivik, the murderer of 85 young people on the island of Utoya, was founded by multiple indications in Islamophobia and racism. The TV2 channel Bergen claimed last night having police confirmation that Breivik is the author of a manifesto of 1,500 pages published on the Internet, under the pseudonym Andrew Berwik, shortly before the explosion of the bomb Friday killed seven people in Oslo. According to TV2, Breivik is also author of a 12 minute video already removed from the portal YouTube.com in which illustrates the history of the Knights Templar and denounced an alleged invasion of Europe by Muslim believers. The Norwegian capital Police yesterday refused to comment on whether the Tome allegedly written by Breivik, entitled 2082, a declaration of European independence was one of the tests were found by agents during his posting of the farm of the detainee. TV2 reporters consulted by this newspaper argued it so early this morning. Source of the news:: the author of the massacre of Norway qualifies it for “atrocious but necessary”