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Star Trek: Discovery has been nominated for a GLAAD Media Award for the FOURTH YEAR RUNNING. Meanwhile, Anthony Rapp (Paul Stamets), Ian Alexander (Gray Tal), Blu del Barrio (Adira Tal), and Noah Averbach-Katz (Season 3 recurring character Ryn), are having the loveliest time live streaming their DND game.
Thank you, @glaad, for recognizing #StarTrekDiscovery, again, for our fierce commitment to showing the true and beautiful diversity of our #lgbtq community. Star Trek and Discovery, specifically, is here to remind everyone, that no matter who you are YOU can help save the galaxy! https://t.co/mZ318LDAMZ— Wilson Cruz (@wcruz73) January 19, 2022
(I know the main image doesn’t have much to do this specifically, it just makes me happy 😊)
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Mary Elizabeth Winstead has joined the cast of Star Wars series Ahsoka. The Scott Pilgrim star is undergoing an action movie rebirth atm, so expect fisticuffs.
Mystical mixologist Guinan (Whoopie Goldberg) makes her Picard debut in the new Season 2 trailer. The show returns March 3 on Paramount+ in North America and Amazon Prime elsewhere.
The first trailer for Marvel’s Moon Knight, coming March 30 on Disney+, is a triumph. Expect strained Oscar Isaac impressions to finally, ahem, eclipse strained Bane impressions.
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