Damon (Kristian Bruun) shows Phoebe (Cara Gee) his Red Rover video presentation.
This is the story of Damon (Kristian Bruun), a Toronto geologist who lives in his ex’s basement and spends his spare time with a metal detector on the beach. (It is a nice beach and surprisingly there is almost never anyone else visible on it.) Later we will find out that he is on that beach looking for something specific, and he will find out the real reason he’s looking for it.
One evening, Phoebe (Cara Gee) goes walking on that same beach. (She is wearing a spacesuit costume because she is passing out flyers for a project called Red Rover, which sounds a lot like the now defunct Mars One initiative to send humans on a one-way trip to Mars. (For some reason, the Mars One website is still active.) Phoebe is an aspiring singer, and has been on this beach before, because after handing Damon a flyer, she asks him to look for her missing earring. Continue reading →
Neal McDonough as Dum Dum Dugan and Hayley Atwell as Agent Carter in “The Iron Ceiling” (Episode 1.5 of AGENT CARTER) (In the episode, Carter is finally trusted with a mission and calls upon her trusted Howling Commandos squad (including Dugan) for backup, but her cover is put at risk when Chief Dooley sends Jack Thompson along.)
Neal McDonough (General James Harding) will be Major in MONSTERS OF MAN, a film written and directed by Mark Toia about a robotics company that joins forces with a corrupt CIA agent in an attempt to win a large military contract. Together, they conspire to illegally airdrop four robot prototypes into the Golden Triangle between Laos, Cambodia, and Thailand to perform a live field test on unsuspecting drug lords. One of the bots is damaged in the drop and, as it becomes self-aware, the team loses control of it. MONSTERS OF MAN has completed filming in Cambodia. No release date has been announced.
McDonough will also be the voice of Dum Dum Dugan (aka Timothy Aloysius Cadwallader Dugan) in WHAT IF…, an animated anthology web series (based on the comic book series of the same name created by Roy Thomas in the 70s) that explores what would happen if major moments from the Marvel Cinematic Universe occurred in a different way. (The first episode of the new series will pose the question: What if Peggy Carter received the super-soldier serum instead of Steve Rogers?) Narrated by The Watcher (Jeffrey Wright), the ten-episode first season is expected to be released on Disney+ in mid-2021, and work has already begun on a second season.
After losing a battle with the Alaskan tribe, Tia (Tiffany Lonsdale) and Hunter (Katie Keough) make their way to Dunay, a small town near Vladivostok in Russia. “We are here to make allies in this half of the world,” Tia tells Hunter. Then they see a news report about an attack in Ternopil, Ukraine in which Tia’s song (which she no longer can sing) is used as a weapon to kill several office workers. (Ternopil is a university town, and in no way a military target.) When Tia realizes that the Russians have weaponized her song, she goes to Vladivostok, looks up the guy who helped her escape, kills him, and steals back her weaponized song. (Tia is not as bright as Ryn had given her credit for. She needed a prompt from the Russians to realize the Song’s destructive potential.) Continue reading →